UKSN ALERT SYSTEM ACTIVE – THREAT LEVEL CRITICAL! TERROR ATTACK 22/5/17 – MANCHESTER
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The current UK threat level is SEVERE from international terrorism. The threat level for Northern Ireland-related terrorism is MODERATE in Great Britain and SEVERE in Northern Ireland.
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A motor vehicle crash involving an Okaloosa County Transit Bus sent eight people to the hospital Tuesday afternoon. Okaloosa County officials say the bus was involved in what looked to be a three-car motor vehicle accident. Crestview police say the bus flipped and landed less than 10 feet from the water. All eight people on the bus including the driver were transported to the hospital. Witnesses say the crash occurred when a car traveling near the bus drifted into the buses' lane and the bus driver swerved to avoid the car. Crestview police say the wreck occurred around 3 p.m. at the ...
Posted: April 25, 2018, 7:50 am
Heavy spring snow was captured on video in Denver, Colorado. The thick snow is seen pouring over shoppers, with office workers managing the weather during lunch and a pedestrian seen carrying an umbrella. Blinding snow was also seen at a busy shopping center.
Posted: April 25, 2018, 7:12 am
Spring weather means wild animals are coming out of hibernation, and some of them are bringing the rabies virus with them. When a family dog was attacked by a skunk, the Ashland police department issued a public information release warning residents of rabid animals in the area. That skunk was sent to the state department of health and it tested positive for the rabies virus. It's the first case so far this year, 2018, in Schuylkill County. "We're seeing anything from raccoons, cats, bats, skunks, opossums," said Jennifer Snyder, certified vet tech. "I mean they can get into my yard," said ...
Posted: April 25, 2018, 6:17 am
Many neighborhoods across the Charlotte area saw their fair share of rain and flooding on Tuesday-- some worse than others. In the Cherry neighborhood cars were seen driving through high, muddy waters on Kenilworth Ave. In the Concord neighborhood, FOX 46 viewer Toni Jenschke sent us video of rain falling and water starting to rise up in this field along Roberta Rd. In Harrisburg, rain caused runoff in the rocky river crossing neighborhood to create a small creek. The water went rushing through people's backyards, giving them waterfront property for a short time! At Hawthorne Ln. near Central ...
Posted: April 25, 2018, 5:07 am
An employee at a White Castle in Louisville, Kentucky has been diagnosed with acute hepatitis A and may have infected customers, health sources claim. According to WDRB, the Louisville Metro Public Health Department issued a news release alerting the public to the situation. The health department warned residents in the area that if they had eaten at that location between April 6th and April 20th, they may have been exposed to the hepatitis virus. Hepatitis A is a vaccine-preventable, communicable disease of the liver caused by a virus. It is usually transmitted person-to-person through the ...
Posted: April 25, 2018, 4:52 am
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