Animals dropped like rain from the sky in Texas city – Texas city has been warned of “animal rain” again after fish were seen falling from the sky.
This is a result of serious storms and strong winds that swept up critters in waterspouts.
Things such as bats, fish, frogs, worms, locusts, crabs, and snakes were seen raining down in the city.
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Many feared dead in Lagos-Abeokuta expressway accident – Many people reportedly lost their lives as a bus somersaulted after a brake failure at the Kere area along the Lagos- Abeokuta expressway in Nigeria.
Three Killed in SUV crash in Montgomery County – According to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, an investigation is underway after three people (two women and one man) were pronounced dead on the scene when an SUV and snowplow collided on Columbia Pike in Montgomery County.
Junior hockey player dies after suffering a traumatic head injury in Germany – As he was battling for the puck during Frankfurt’s game against EC Bad Nauheim, 18-year-old Niclas Kaus, playing with Löwen Frankfurt in the German third division, crashed into the boards, sustained head injuries. He later succumbed to the injuries and lost his life.
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