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Injured persons listed in stable condition.
California editor said artist was making a statement on Perry’s disregard for worker safety.
Medical examiner will decide to sift surrounding soil and check for human remains.
Dorchester County woman said she didn’t have a car and called medics to get around.
The Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority recently awarded the University of New Haven a $75,000 grant to purchase a manikin and a video recording system to tape and review training sessions.
A freight train struck a rural transit bus carrying senior citizens and people with developmental disabilities Friday morning, injuring 10 passengers and the driver, authorities said. At least two of the injuries were serious.
While firefighter Leroy Armstrong might be temporarily sidelined from his job, saving lives has never been far from his mind.
Part of a hospital building collapsed in central India on Friday after its roof came crashing down, injuring at least eight people, an official said.
A bus collided on Friday with the wreckage of a truck that had been attacked by Taliban insurgents in southern Afghanistan, killing 45 people aboard the bus in a fiery crash, officials said.
Due to the cliffs and mountainous terrain, helicopters were not able to access the area so Border Patrol EMTs used ropes and a basket carrier to rescue the man and carry him to safety.