When he saw the motorcade approaching he stuck the percussion cap against a lamp post near him and let the explosive fly. It sailed through the air in a graceful arc but the diver accelerated just in time and it hit the back of the car exploding on the road and injuring some officers in the car behind. He drank the cyanide and jumped into the river Miljacka but the cyanide was old and it didn 't work; he was dragged out of the river and arrested. Boom! I heard Čabrinović 's bomb explode down the road and was too stunned to react when the motorcade went right by me.
William A. Flores BUL – 5332 FACTS: Harry Robinson and his family decided to move from Massena, New York, a small town on the St. Lawrence Seaway to Tucson, Arizona. Kay was driving the 1976 Audi 100 LS that she and Harry bought from Seaway Volkswagen in Massena to Tucson, Arizona when accident transpired just a few miles outside Tulsa County in Creek County, Oklahoma. A car behind them crashed into the rare side of the Audi and immediately started a fire in the area over the back seat after they got hit. The blazed spread quickly over the rare seat, and the inside of the car got rapidly hot. The result of the accident was so severe physically and mentally for Kay and her two children.
El Chapo, the modern Robin Hood Born into a poor, farming family in Sinaloa Mexico, Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera or referred as, El Chapo (Shorty) Guzmán is a notorious Mexican drug lord who leads the Sinaloa Cartel. At the age of 15, Guzmán started a marijuana farm along with his cousins in an effort to support his family financially. However, by his 20s, Guzmán decided to pursue different opportunities other than working in poppy fields for the remainder of his life like most people living near his family. Through working for drug lord Héctor "El Güero" Palma and Félix Gallardo, Guzmán swiftly moved up the ranks after the leaders of the Guadalajara Cartel approved of Guzmán’s business strategies which included execution of smugglers who failed to deliver drug shipments on time. Utilizing these tactics and connections with other drug lords, Guzmán founded his own cartel which he expanded to create Mexico’s largest and wealthiest cartel.
That’s when I said to myself, “If this next store don’t have them, then you need to take yo ass home because, you’re burning all this gas and you’re about to get your truck tore, up over some damn Twinkies!” As I was driving, I spotted a Meijer grocery store. I pulled up in Meijer’s parking lot. When I walked in the store, I went straight to the Twinkie isle. I didn’t want anything out of the store, but banana Twinkies. When I looked at the shelf, I said, “Meijer is prepared.
They have been married for almost 54 years. After leaving the Army he drove a truck for Pepsi. He said “One morning when I was driving it was very foggy and I couldn’t see the train tracks, as a was driving on them a train hit me and smashed the passenger side of the truck. It was inches from smashing me, I still to this day believe that the reason I didn’t die that day was because I went back and gave your grandma a second kiss before I left to go do my route.” In 1966 he started working at Hercules Power Plant, where he made rocket motors for the Vietnam war until 1970. He then went and worked at Ottawa Power Plant as a power plant operator, he retired in 1999.
It’s been 180 sun passes since the day I’ve known Redgar and been introduced into as the Guardian of our home. We’ve never been so happy in our lives before, we never have to worry about bandit’s or Monsters since Redgar been about of our village. However, of all the times we’ve been together catching fish and food, he always has a lonely facial expression. I believe this might because of his separation of his master and must journey to seek wisdom and protects other villagers. Redgar, however, has a shy nature and I think probably his loneliness he shared with me a few sun passes.
Sometimes I either see his driving his car to school or his sister driving him to school. He told me a story about whn he was driving, he was driving and was at the football practice fields and he was getting followed by two police so he slowed down to 15. He was scared that he was going to get pulled over. But when he got to the school the police went the other way.
In the camps we are not allowed to celebrate anything that Trump says we can 't or we will be killed on the spot. I miss the freedom to be able to attend school, go to a celebration, or even have some traditional mexican food, instead they have been stripping our identities away everyday. I still celebrated some of my cultures events, but I keeped it to myself. Its tough to
While on patrol in the parking lot of Boyer 's Food Market I observed a maroon in color Chevrolet Cruze bearing PA registration JMF9293. I had prior knowledge of this described vehicle with that exact PA registration was involved in a hit and run recently earlier in the week, which is being investigated by Patrolman Travis BOWMAN. I parked my patrol vehicle stationairy on the 600 block of W. Centre St. (State Route 54) waiting for the vehicle to exit the Boyer 's parking lot. I observed a black male enter the driver side of the vehicle and a white female enter the passenger side of the vehicle. Once the Cruze exited the Boyer 's parking lot I conducted a vehicle top on it in that area of S. Vine St. and W. Oak St.
Last Tuesday, November 14th, a rented Home Depot truck hurtled into a bike lane in lower Manhattan taking the lives of eight people, many of them tourists. Five of the victims were Argentines visiting New York City for a 30th High School reunion; another victim was from Belgium. Officials have called this attack the largest terrorist attack in New York City since September 11, 2001. A twenty-nine year old man drove the rented truck on part of the West Side Highway bicycle path before turning towards Chambers Street where the rented truck hit a school bus. The school bus was occupied when it was hit which injured the two adults and two children who were inside the bus.
Judie, or as I call her Oklahoma Granny is my mom 's mom. She grew up in Dallas and got married to my Papa Mackey in high school. She never went to college. They adopted two kids during their marriage, my mom (the oldest) and Corey. They were married for eighteen years and got divorced in 1980, my mom was in the fourth grade.