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Truckers’ Planned Protest

U.S. - There is a nation-wide movement in which truckers are organizing a shut-down for April 12, 2019. The group organizing this movement, calls itself Black Smoke Matters.  Back in October, the group staged their first protest. This particular truckers' protest slowed traffic along Interstate 95 in Washington D.C. but didn’t have any long-term effects. The Black Smoke Matters movement is calling for trucker solidarity. Their goal is for truck…

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Ten Vehicle Crash in HOV lane in Shirlington – Just Outside of D.C.

SHIRLINGTON ,VA – A ten-vehicle crash occurred this Monday morning just outside of Washington, D.C., in Shirlington, VA. The crash created a mess for morning commuters, who got stuck behind the pile-up of taxis, a dump truck, and a few other vehicles. One of the taxis ended up stuck, perched on top of a concrete barrier at the scene of the crash. The incident caused the High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes…

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Fiery Crash Involving 20 Vehicles Left 9 People Injured

Santa Cruz, California – A fiery crash occurred on Highway 1, Santa Cruz involving  20 vehicles and big rig that burst into flames Tuesday morning. According to the California Highway Patrol the fiery crash left nine people injured. Two of the victims of the crash were critically injured. The first call on the fiery crash was received at 9: 52 a.m. on northbound Highway 1, in the area of River…

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At Least 12 People Dead after Bar Shooting in Thousand Oaks, California

THOUSAND OAKS, California -- At least 12 people shot at a crowded country and western dance hall in Thousand Oaks. The gunman is identified to be 28-year-old who did service in the Marine Crops. The suspect, Ian David Long of Newbury Park, California, took his life after being confronted by officers responding to the Wednesday night attack. The suspect was known to have used a 45-caliber handgun which he had…

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Second Tesla Owner is Suing The Company Over an Autopilot Crash

This is the second Tesla owner suing the company over an autopilot crash. After the latest auto crash involving Tesla and driving on Autopilot, the owner is suing Tesla for false advertising. The crash happened when the Tesla Autopilot ran into the back of a stationary car. Another crash of Tesla Autopilot involved a collision of a stationary fire truck at highway speed. China no longer is getting the bulk…

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What is Better than Benefits from Other Companies? Best Buy Seeks Toys R Us Customers

UNITED STATES -- Big companies are racing around the $10.5 billion in toy sales left behind by Toys “R” Us. Best Buy as well. Toy inventory is being enlarged by Best Buy in more than 1,300 US stores. The company hopes that when customers will walk in to buy a new technology device, during the holiday season, and will come out with toys for their children. According to Jason Bonfig,…

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Man Died in a Fatal Crash After Hitting a Tree: Investigation is Underway

Arroyo Grande, California - An incident with a pickup driver who crashed into a tree ended up killing the driver. The man was killed on Sunday night. He was driving his pickup off Highway 227. The crash occurred when the driver hit a tree north of Arroyo Grande. It was around 7:16 p.m. The vehicle he was driving was a 1997 Mazda pickup. For some unknown reasons, the driver suddenly…

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Elon Musk Introduces the New High-Speed, Underground Public Transportation System

LOS ANGELES, California – A public hearing will take place Tuesday at the ballpark, where the plan of building a zero-emission, high-speed, underground public transportation system from the Hollywood area to Dodger Stadium will be discussed. Officials at The Boring Co. and the city reported to make presentations on the project and an overview of the environmental review process, as well as receive public comments. Elon Musk is the owner…

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Truck Filled with Fake Firearms and Grenades Attracted LAPD’s Attention at LAX

LOS ANGELES, California -- A truck filled with fake firearms and replica grenades prompted the Los Angeles Police Department's bomb squad to respond to Los Angeles International Airport and shut down traffic on Friday morning. The weapons turned out to be movie props, police said.   Traffic diversions were put in place at LAX after Los Angeles airport police conducted a random vehicle inspection at a checkpoint on the lower…

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The Small Plane Crash Left all 5 Passengers Dead in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA, California -- A crash of the Cessna 414 Chancellor took place in Santa Ana, around a mile from John Wayne Airport, in the parking lot of a shopping center. According to Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Salac, the pilot of the aircraft had declared an emergency before the crash.   A dashcam video shows the final disturbing moments of a small plane that plummeted to the ground Sunday,…

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