Month: October 2016

Richland school district gives statement about I-70 Indiana bus crash

INDIANAPOLIS Indiana- Students and sponsors from the Stoutland School District and Richland School District were on their way home from the National FFA Convention today via a school bus and were struck from behind by two vehicles as they were sitting in traffic, the district said in a released statement. “As a safety precaution, students with minor injuries have been taken to a local hospital to be medically cleared while those uninjured were transported to the local high school to await alternate transportation home.” “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those involved, and continued prayers as they travel home,”...

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BREAKING: Stoutland school bus involved in I-70 Indiana crash

HENDRICKS COUNTY, Indiana WISH reports a Stoutland High School bus with kids on board was involved in a fatality multiple semi truck crash on Interstate 70 near Indiana State Road 39 on Friday, according to officials. A 19 year-old Utah man has died. The school bus was transporting students who attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. The crash happened in the westbound lanes of I-70 near mile marker 59 just before 1 p.m. Dispatchers with Hendricks County say, a school bus was involved and kids were on board. Originally dispatchers told 24-Hour News 8 that no students were injured. Indiana...

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3 Lebanon residents including infant hurt in rollover crash

LACLEDE COUNTY, Missouri- The Missouri State Highway Patrol says three Lebanon residents were injured when their car went off of Route F,  south of Sleeper Thursday afternoon. Troopers say Kristina Littlepage, 26, who was driving, was taken to Lake Regional Hospital by ambulance for treatment of moderate injuries. A passenger, Nicole Hawkins, 19, was also transported to Lake Regional Hospital in Camdenton. Her injuries were described as moderate. Gabriel Keeler, an infant, was taken to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon by his mother. He reportedly suffered minor injuries. The report says all occupants were wearing seat belts. The crash occurred when the...

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Second St. Louis County police officer shot this month, will survive

ST. LOUIS, Missouri- A St. Louis County police officer was reportedly shot in north St. Louis County Thursday night. The incident occurred in Castle Point around 10:30 p.m. however the specifics of the shooting have not been made public. The unidentified officer suffered non-life threatening injuries. The shooter remains at large. This shooting comes after the October 6th slaying of 33-year-old St. Louis County police officer Blake Snyder. He was responding to a disturbance on the 10700 block of Arno Drive in Green Park, Missouri, shortly in the morning hours.He and another officer had arrived at the scene of a reported disturbance and were...

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Model died of neck injury after visit to chiropractor

LOS ANGELES, California- Playboy model and “Queen of Snapchat”  Katie May died after a chiropractic visit her father says. The death occurred in February. Joe May says  the Los Angeles County coroner attributed his daughter’s death to the actions of a chiropractor she had seen for an adjustment. The coroner’s office stated the official cause of death was vertebral artery dissection,  essentially the adjustment tore an artery leading to the brain causing a fatal stroke. The University of California San Francisco says that chiropractic treatment of the neck can be a risk factor for stroke, but the chance of injury is remote. “The number of...

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