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fears over and we have the very latest on a deadly plane crash...involving an entire soccer team. we've just learned there's more survivors than first thought. but first--a developing story... two seconds of sirens nats just incredible and terrifying images coming out of tennessee right now. fast-moving wildfires are forcing people out of their
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now. the dry and windy weather are fueling the fires and now they're threatening popular tourist locations in two towns. we've seen some incredible video come down overnight. the wildfires have engulfed the resort towns of "gatlinburg" and "pigeon forge", home to dolly parton's theme park "dollywood." video posted online shows people getting out of dodge..as fire creeps close to the roads. listen as a 15-year old boy describes being stuck at a hotel..because the only road sot logan baker we're on the first floor because they had to break the windows on the top floors because we were thick. we had masks but it was too thick for the masks one more video to show you.
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same hotel..as smoke fills the room. the man who posted this says they're safe now. firefighters hope an incoming storm will provide some help in fighting this blaze. a live look outside now.. you may notice how cold it is as you're getting up. we're under a freeze warning right now. greg bennett is with us...with more on today's forecast. cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range
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warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s and lower 60s. a new front will pass but only within the last hour, we learned a 6th survivor has been wreckage of a plane crash in
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the charter plane took off from an airport in bolivia and was carrying 72 passengers and 9 crew members...including players from a brazilian soccer team. among the survivors are at least two soccer players...and one crew member. we are learning the plane declared an emergency before the crash...but investigators are still trying to piece together what happened.. right now, local law enforcement is stepping up their safety protocols. this what officials are calling, targeted shootings across the country. marissa kynaston joins us live from nhp headquarters with more on whats being done to keep officers safe. adlibs in just over a week-- there were five police shootings across the country. san antonio--
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many of these cases-- departments say their officers were targeted. now-- law enforcement agencies across the valley are stepping up their safety procedures. for officers safety-- they couldnt tell me exactly how theyre making changes-- but they say the most important thing for officers-- is to stay alert. 22:54:54:08 ltn alan davidson, nhp you have to be mentally prepared when you leave every day to understand that there is somebody out there who may want officer's first step, to be families-- hear more about how they handle these situations later in the newscast. mk-- 13an. donald trump is expected to make some big announcements today...but nobody saw this one coming. early this morning, the
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nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag - if they do, there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail! we've already seen a lot of reaction from both sides... but many are pointing out that burning the american flag is a protected form of free speech. this morning, there's growing fear at unlv. some are worried about hate crimes as undocumented immigrants are threatened deportation. trying to spark change 13 action news reporter parker collins is live on campus with more on what's being done. this petition has been going around campus it was started by faculty here one of the writers tells me it has hundreds of signatures it's addressed to the president and provost the reason? they want to create a safe place for undocumented immigrants affiliated with unlv this isn't just a symbolic
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action is taken away... the signers want to make sure the university won't turn over names and information to authorities. 21:01:26-21:01:32 "they should be more than welcome to come here because you know everyone comes to america to pursue happiness." they plan on handing over the letter next month. several schools across the nation have similar letters going around reporter live parker collins thirteen action news. developments on that violent attack at ohio state university. this morning, the fbi uncovering clues the suspect might've been radicalized by isis. plus an update on stolen christmas decorations. how a valley family was finally able to get their mickey and minnie inflatables back home.
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investigators try and pinpoint why a suspect went on a violent rampage on campus. police and the fbi are scouring the suspect's apartment..and looking for any clues online. they found an anti-us rant posted to facebook just minutes after yesterday's attack. the message read in part, "i can't take it anymore, america! stop interfering with other countries..especially the
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isis. just days ago..the terror group posted a video online encouraging knife attacks on non-believers. 11 people were hurt in the attack, one is critical condition. the suspect was shot dead. here at home, unlv students will notice increased security in wake of the ohio state attack. campus police chief jose elique says more officers have been added to patrol campus. the department also reviewed all their safety protocols 1548 39-15 4846 in this day and age people feel safer when they see a blue suit around more than 30-thousand people will receive an alert if something were to happen on campus. some classrooms are equipped with electric locks..which professors can activate at any moment. time now is x:xx --- up next--a scam that's putting local elderly women in harms
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person on earth" this morning, there's several victims who are shaken by what happened. and the suspect theives are still out there! greg adlibs pollen count right now..a wildifire burning close to denver, colorado is
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firefighters sa mountain fire" is 90-percent contained right now. it broke out last night and forces several families from their homes. the fire's glow could be seen for miles as smoke filled the air. crews say it's burned about three- hundred acres. it's not clear what started the fire..and no injuries have been reported. this morning, our neighbors to the east are finally getting a
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utah with heavy snow through much of the day yesterday. snowfall started right in the middle of the morning commute. there were several slideoffs and even a rollover on i-15. another round of storms will hit utah this thursday. greg--no snow in the valley...but we are dealing with cold temperatures. cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am.
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family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s and lower 60s. a new front will pass but only bring in another breeze friday and saturday and a few extra
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a 13 action news update.. a valley
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were ripped off. the mickey and minnie mouse inflatables have been recovered. we first aired this surveillance video last week. since then.. the family says crime stoppers was flooded with tips and detectives were able to track down the thieves and recover the goods. we're told one suspect confessed to authorities th and planned to return the decorations. 05 i was just sitting in my car crying....trying to piece everything together in my mind it's a story that will make your blood boil. scammers are targetting elderly women on the east side. the victims say the thieves approach them in person..and con them into giving away prized possessions. all the ladies we spoke to are
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they all go to the same hair salon and shop near stewart and nellis. they say the scam starts with strangers telling them something is wrong with their car tire. what happens next differs each time. a few women were forced to hand over six-hundred-dollars. another had her four carat ring stolen. "i feel like i'm the dumbest person on earth" "i just started screaming but there was nobody around" police say they're aware of what's happening. they believe the theives could be gypsies who are targetting time now is x:xx --- the season of giving has arrived.. and wallethub is out with a list of the most charitable states. so--where does ours rank? plus--if you normally take uber..you might have a tough time getting one today. we'll tell you why. it's the season for giving and
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states in the country. wallet-hub compared all 50- states on key factors...like percentage of income donated, percentage of sheltered homeless, and volunteer rates. our state came in at number -47-... followed by texas, california, and arizona. utah topped the list as the most charitable state. a number of retail websites crashed in the final hours of
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adrienne bankert have the details in this morning's techbytes.
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chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s clouds thursday and friday. still ahead on good morning las
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are demanding change. they say a valley intersection is way too dangerous. what they're demanding be done to make it safer. and president-elect donald trump..expected to make some big announcements this monring. and he's already tweeting..who he's mentioning in his latest set of tweets. adlibs adlibs happening now at 5-30.
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up their safety protocols after a rise in police shootings...nationwid e. we'll tell you how our officers are dealing with the fallout. plus--a big day for president-elect donald trump and his team. we'll have the latest on several big announcements scheduled to be made this morning. but first..a live look outside...you may be tempted to stay in bed with how cold it is out there... the las vegas valley..is under a freeze warning right now! greg bennett is with us...greg,
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cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s and lower 60s. a new front will pass but only bring in another breeze friday and saturday and a few extra clouds thursday and friday. just in this morning....
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killed as many as 70 players who were on board... barcelona and real madrid held a minute of silence before their practices this morning to honor the brazilian team that many teams have shared messages on twitter expressing their condolences to the victims and their families.... investigators are just beginning to look into what caused the plane to crash in colombia... a 13 action news update..on the search for a man who sexually assaulted a young girl on thanksgiving. police are now calling the attack random. they say the assault happened at an apartment complex near lake mead and buffalo.
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playing outside when the man told the little boy to go inside. the man then took the girl to a secluded area near the building and sexually assaulted her. police have released this composite sketch of the suspect. if you have any information--call police. police officers across the country are being targeted thats after five shootings just last week. now--local law enforcement is talking about what those shootings mean for their families. 13 action news reporter marissa headquarters with more officers and troopers tell me-- everyday they walk out those doors and step into their patrol cars-- it could be the last time they see their families. in just over a week-- there were five police shootings across the country. san antonio-- st louis-- detroit-- and in many of these cases-- departments say their officers were targeted.
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their safety procedures. they say when targeted shootings are happening across the country-- its always hard to leave their family at home. 22:53:20:11 they're a big part of our lives, just like any other family, when we go home, but they know when we leave that we may not come back, and that's part of what we signed up for 22:53:30:04 adlibs this morning, motorcycle riders are demanding change at an inte they say is a death trap. they say is a death trap. they say the road and sidewalk setup at rainbow and oquendo makes it hard to see the transition. leroy benavidez blames the intersection on a crash that left him hospitalized for a week. he says he's disappointed that warnings aren't up at the intersection now...
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20.01.55.00 "the cones and barrels put there after my accident are now gone again. so the next guy coming down through there riding again can't see it. it makes you angry." clark county said it will be looking into the issue. a call to the construction company doing work in the area hasn't been returned. vice-president-elect mike pence says there will be big news coming out of trump tower today. (mike pence/(r) vice president-elect) "i look forward at being back at it there will be a number of very important announcements and mike pence wasn't just leading us on... we know georgia representative tom price has been named as trump's pick for health and human services secretary. price is an avid opponent of obamacare. meanwhile, trump is still debating on his choice for secretary of state.... contenders appear to include...former republican nominee mitt romney, former house speaker newt gingrich...former new york city
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if petraeus is selected, he could have a tough confirmation hearing... he's currently on probation after pleading guilty to removing and retaining classified information. president-elect trump has been active on twitter the past few days. and he's once again attacking one of his favorite targets: the media. last night, trump slammed c-n-n saying the network is "so embarrassed by their total support of hillary clinton...they don't know what to do." trump also retweeted supporters who criticized a cnn reported there's no evidence backing trumps voter fraud claims. meanwhile, trump has been declared the winner of michigan. the announcement comes nearly a month after the election. he won the state by nearly 11- thousand votes. it's the tightest presidential race in the state's 200- year-history. this morning, unlv students are acting on fears of deportation and crimes. they're joining forces with
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13 action news reporter parker collins is live from unlv with more on what they're doing. this petition has been going around campus it was started by faculty here one of the writers tells me it has hundreds of signatures it's addressed to the president and provost a safe place for undocumented immigrants affiliated with unlv this isn't just a symbolic gesture... if the deferred action for childhood arrivals executive action is taken away... the signers want to make sure the university won't turn over names and information to authorities. 22:39:27-22:39:37 "i'm horrified i'm annoyed and i'm upset i'm angry and i'm hurt and i can only imagine what they're going through because not only is their education at
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they plan on handing over the letter next month. several schools across the nation have similar letters going around reporter live parker collins thirteen action news. and new this morning... u-n-l-v's newspaper has a new name... the rebel yell will now be known as scarlet & gray free press. the change comes after staff members, and some students became concerned that the name "rebel yell confederacy and advocates institutionalized racism. the paper says the name was chosen after the staff did a survey on campus. time now is x:xx --- up next--something no homeowner wants to see.. thieves ransacking your home while your away. and things like this are happening more and more...in a certain part of the valley greg adlibs it's an image no homeowner
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and flamingo say these kinds of crimes are happening in their area..and they want the thieves caught. sot i had to sleep with the lights on, cause i dont know if someone's gonna come back or break in. emily is living in fear after
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while she was on vacation. she got an alert on her phone..and watched the whole thing lives from thousands of miles away. sot people think that we're living a good life cause we're driving a nice the thieves stole thousands of dollars worth of clothing and jewelry..and even got away with emily's car. unfortuantely she's not the only victim. according to metro's crime map, break-ins are on the rise in this area. the two people in this video you recognize them, call police. now to a story you asked us to investigate. a woman is sleeping with one eye open because her house being invaded by scorpions. raven lives at an apartment near rancho and oakey. she says she first noticed scorpions crawling on her ceiling on halloween night. she called management who had her unit sprayed, but the scorpions keep coming! 16.27.23 i did some research and i found out that they're very deadly to dogs and infants
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puppies 31 and it's really scary -13 action news confronted management and asked them what they're doing to fix the problem. they tell us they only spray when a tenant calls but pest-kill -dot- org says.... consistency is the key to getting rid of scorpions for good. time now is x:xx --- up next..an investigation into thanksgiving dinner served at a community center. three people are dead and sever we'll tell you what the health department is saying this morning. plus--how delta airlines is making things right with passengers after a man goes on a mid-air political rant.
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skiiers and snowboarders mark december -9-th down on your calendar. that's opening day..... at "lee canyon ski resort". the resort is currently closed for winter prep..... as they use snow guns to suppliment the -4- inches of natural snow that fell over the weekend.
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cold front has passed and chilly air takes over as it is whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am and 8am. please check your pipes, pets, plants, and elderly friends and family member to make sure you are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday with sunday increasing temperatures to the upper 50s
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a new front will pass but only bring in another breeze friday and saturday and a few extra clouds thursday and friday. happening today...hundreds of uber drivers will join a
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the group "fight for 15" says uber drivers will idle their car and march with workers from other industries. uber has said drivers in its top 20 markets make more than 19-dollars an hour on average. but drivers complain of fare cuts and say they spend money on gas, repairs and insurance. a man is in critical condition this morning after behing hit by a city bus near mlk and drug to be a factor. nobody else was injured. turning overseas now..and incredible video..showing a pair of good samaritans risking their lives to help a vehicle stuck in reverse. this happened on an australian highway. the driver somehow became unconscious..and you can see the car was circling out of control. it took several minutes but bystanders were finally able to
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the driver was taken to the hospital. it's unclear what caused the medical episode. health officials in the bay area are investigating after three people died eating a community thanksgiving dinner. the meal was served at an american legion hall..and fed over 8-hundred people on the holiday. over the weekend, eight people were hospitalized suffering from nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. three of those people died..while four were treated and released. one remains we're told all the victims live in a group home together.. sot: mcnitt "all of the patients are associated with the same living facility, so it's unclear if the illness is releated to the thanksgiving day event or to the living situation." health department investigators are interviewing patients and testing samples of the food. nat sound from video "you can hear me....donald trump, baby!" nat sound from video "it's your president, every (bleep) one of yours." the man who disrupted a delta
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from the airline. delta has apologized for not removing the man from the flight. the woman recorded and posted the viral video to facebook says she's been receiving messages from people..some hateful. emma ba messages from people saying i'm anti-white, i have all kinds of reactions i'm getting." delta offered full refunds to all passengers on that flight. it appears a woman on a united airlines was in a hurry to get police say she was arrested after she jumped out of the plane onto the tarmac and bush intercontinental airport in houston, texas yesterday. the woman apparently opened the door while the plane was still moving. she climbed on the wing and the jumped to the tarmac. word about the incident spread fast among travelers at the airport. (embry "frankly it's been a fear. i always watch the emergency doors. it's frightening someone could
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custody by houston police and questioned by the f-b-i... we are waiting to find out if she'll face charges. our 13 days of giving is officially underway.. to make sure every child in the valley receives gifts this holiday season. 13 action news.. the nevada highway patrol and findlay toyota are asking you to donate a new unwrapped toy valued at 10 to 20 dollars. findlay toyota..... nevada coin mart..... and other valley locations. for a complete list.... see k-t-n-v dot com. findlay toyota..... nevada coin mart..... and zippy shell..... are proud sponsors of 13 action news and "the 13 days of giving". toss to greg
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whipped into the valley. mainly sunny skies will be common throughout southern nevada but highs in the city will only range between 54 and 59 degrees. on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the the city will only range on top of the cold air, winds will be whipping up from the north between 10 and 20 mph through most of the day with an occasional gust between 25 and 35 mph. this gives the valley a feel-like temperature range between 44 and 49 degrees! tomorrow morning, a freeze warning will be in place for the city due to temperatures dropping to between 28 and 32 degrees during the hours of 2am are prepped for freezing conditions. low to mid 50s for highs will be common through saturday bring in another breeze friday and saturday and a few extra
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we're following a lot on good morning las vegas... coming morning las vegas... coming up..incredible video of the wildfires scorching tennessee right now.
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many people were forced out of their homes last night when the fire started outside of denver... officials s burned about three-hundred acres. fortunately no one was injured. a new jersey teen is proving he's not afraid of heights...or the law... he made a habit of climbing new york high rises...often with no safety equiptment! :18-:20 justin casquejo, daredevil: "this is really pretty." 19-year-old justin casquejo posts videos like these on instagram of his running on rooftops...and dangling from sky scrapers.... now he's getting in some
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breaking into the world trade center... now police are investigating after they say he climbed another building and a bridge. police say he could be charged with trespassing and reckless endangerment.... his stunts have made him pretty popular...he now has nearly 30-thousand followers on instagram... the word of the year for 20-16 is getting a lot of mixed reaction online this morning. according to dictionary-dot- com... the word is "xenophobia"-- which means the fear of foreighners or people from searches for the word increased throughout the year, specifically after president obama said donald trump's campaign was a measure of "nativism, xenophobia, or worse." remember this guy?-- the murder suspect made national headlines when he broke his handcuffs and escaped from police in north las vegas. now metro believes he's responsible for two more killings. alonso perez has now been charged in connection to a second murder, and
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him as the only suspect in another case. perez has been behind bars since his escape and re-captured in september. he was originally arrested for fatally shooting a man at a mcdonald's. detectives believe just hours later, he killed a motorcycle rider in a neighborhood confrontation. perez's attorney says they plan to fight all the charges against him. an inmate in kentucky learns a quick way to get his bail doubled... whe during his hearing-- and flips her off! the man was facing four charges including terroristic threatening and assault. he started off calm-- but quickly things took a turn for the worst. " (laughs). you think that's funny? i think that's hilarious. your honor i think. excuse me. alright, so bond is 50-thousand dollars. no bail credit." the man sits down and the hearing continues-- but minutes later.. he starts talking back again. "sir, i'm holding you in
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i don't really give a what you're holding me in. you're just making it worse man. you. you are worthless. (butted with) "i see you outside on the street i'm going to smack the out of you. your honor i think we need to - can we bring him back? he's got charges-- and his bail was raised to 75- thousand dollars. we're following breaking news for you this morning-- more than 70 people killed in a an and we are now learning a 6th survivor has been found in the wreckage. the charter plane took off from an airport in bolivia and was carrying 72 passengers and 9 crew members...including players from a brazilian soccer team. among the survivors are at least three soccer players...two crew members...and one journalist. we are learning the plane declared an emergency before the crash...but investigators are still trying to piece together what happened.. we'll stay on top of that

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