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Man Dies After Driver Strikes Cyclists in AZ Race

A cyclist has died after he was struck by an Arizona driver who plowed his pickup truck into a group of people participating in a bike race, authorities said.
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Cars Crossed Median Before AZ Crash that Killed Mother, Five Kids

A fiery crash that killed a mother and her five children happened after she made a U-turn in an interstate median and a semi-trailer hit her vehicle from behind.
Lifeguards worked 12 hour days performing 750 serological tests a day wearing full PPE.

Miami-Dade (FL) Fire/Ocean Rescue Lifeguards’ COVID Response

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Miami-Dade (FL) Ocean Rescue lifeguards stepped up to help with testing for the virus and assisting patients.

FDNY Fire Union Boycotts NYC Parade Honoring COVID Frontline Workers

The union that represents FDNY firefighters boycotted of Mayor de Blasio’s Hometown Heroes ticker-tape parade honoring COVID-19 frontline workers.
Greater Boston Firefighters Pipes and Drums

Firefighter Band Saves Man Suffering Cardiac Arrest after MA Fourth of July Parade

Quick thinking and action by the Greater Boston Firefighters Pipes and Drums band after a July 4th parade in Quincy helped save a man's life.
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Deadly Accident at IA Amusement Ride is Second Since 2016

Authorities are investigating the cause of an accident that killed a boy on a popular boat ride at an Iowa amusement park — the second deadly incident on the ride in five years.

Death Toll from Northwest Heat Wave Expected to Keep Rising

Each day, more deaths are being linked to the heat wave that struck the Pacific Northwest this past week, with medical staff who treated people overwhelmed by temperatures well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) saying the toll from the extreme weather will keep creeping up.
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Historic Northwest Heat Wave May Have Killed Hundreds

Hundreds of deaths in Canada, Oregon, and Washington may have been caused by the historic heat wave that baked the Pacific Northwest.

Three Die in WA Lakes, Rivers as Heat Wave Grips Region

Three people have died in Washington lakes and rivers as swelterinag residents flocked to beaches in search of a respite from a record heat wave.

Man Convicted of Driving Into OK Student Runners

A man accused of crashing into an Oklahoma high school cross-country team, killing three and injuring several others, has been found guilty of murder.