Two 4-year-old girls unbuckled their car seats and climbed up a steep embankment after their father was killed in a car crash on Whidbey Island Friday evening
The crash happened on the 5700 block of Bob Galbreath Road just before 6 p.m. The driver, identified by Washington State Patrol (WSP) as 47-year-old Corey Simmons of Langley, was traveling westbound when the vehicle left the roadway and went down an embankment.
The vehicle crashed into multiple trees before coming to a stop, according to WSP Trooper Heather Axtman. Simmons was killed in the crash. He was not wearing a seatbelt.
Family members told KING 5 the two 4-year-old girls in the backseat of the vehicle were Simmons’ twin daughters. The girls were able to free themselves from their car seats and climbed about 200 feet to the road for help after the crash.
Frantic bystanders and subway workers tried to push the train off the boy, who later died at a hospital.
A two-year-old boy died after he fell off a subway platform as his mother reportedly tied his shoes, police say.
The boy, who has not yet been identified, was hit by an oncoming train in the Fulton Street station in New York City on Wednesday evening. Police say the boy was with his 20-year-old mother, who reportedly was attempting to tie her son’s shoe when he pulled away and fell onto the tracks as the train entered the station.
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HOUSTON, Texas — A Texas man’s heroics are going viral. He is seen in a video rescuing a small dog when its leash was caught in the closed doors of an elevator.
Johnny Mathis, of Houston, tweeted Monday about his role in saving the little canine.
“Y’all I’m shaking!!! I just saved a dog on a leash that didn’t make it onto the elevator with the owner before the door closed! I just happened to turn around as the door closed and it started to lift off the ground I got the leash off in time,” Mathis tweeted.
Y’all I’m shaking!!! I just saved a dog on a leash that didn’t make it onto the elevator with the owner before the door closed! I just happened to turn around as the door closed and it started to lift off the ground I got the leash off in time😭😭— Johnny Mathis (@Johnnayyeee) December 10, 2019
A surveillance camera caught a 10-car pileup in an Omaha neighborhood northeast of 90th and Dodge Monday morning.
A train smashed into a semi truck in South Carolina, and nearby drivers captured the moment it happened.
The crash occurred just before 6 p.m. Monday on railroad tracks off Highway 52 in St. Stephen, according to a release from Berkeley County.
Video taken by witness John Waters Jr. and posted on Facebook by WCSC shows the semi truck, which appeared to be stuck, stopped on the tracks as the train approaches.
Sadly it comes after his famous song Legends – which is featured on his 2018 Too Soon EP, released in remembrance of the late Lil Peep and XXXTentacion – had him rapping about not ‘making it past 21’.
In the song, he said: ‘What’s the 27 Club? We ain’t making it past 21/ I been going through paranoia, so I always gotta keep a gun.Source: Juice WRLD rapped about ‘not making it past 21’ before tragic death