The hole was caused by a water main break.
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A Labrador retriever named Max in Port St. Lucie, Florida hopped behind the wheel of a 2003 Mercury Sable and spent the next hour driving in reverse around a cul-de-sac until police arrived.
The police found the 33-year-old victim alive but severely injured in South Indian Hill Boulevard, Claremont—a city approximately 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles—around 5 p.m. on Thursday evening, shortly after a vehicle collision had been reported.
The event is thought to have taken place in 2018 when the child's biological mother, 45 year old Alice Todd, allegedly handed the 2-year-old to husband and wife, Tina Chavis, 47, and Vicencio Romero, 53. In return, NBC reports she received a 1992 Plymouth Laser Hatchback.
The black Mercedes smashed through the high-rise apartment building's lobby doors at around 9 p.m. on Tuesday.
City officials said 750 tons of debris were removed from Mid-City canals, including two cars reported missing as Hurricane Katrina barreled down on the Gulf Coast in 2005.
The officer survived the terrifying ordeal.
The victim was slammed to the ground on the gas station forecourt after being trapped behind the driver's door of the escaping thief's vehicle.
The bottle fractured the girl's skull and collarbone.
It's not clear how the man's wife died.
The 29-year-old was shot by a security guard at the restaurant after he stabbed an 88-year-old grandfather.
The boy has been recovering at a children's hospital in Los Angeles, after breaking both shoulders, his pelvis and fracturing some ribs.
Ryan Sharp, 33, is accused of waging a six-week campaign of harassment following the February altercation.
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The boy was taken to a children's hospital in critical condition.
Lindsey Preiss was devastated when she realized her mistake.
The deputy was responding to calls someone was throwing rocks at trucks just before 5 a.m. Sunday.
A pickup truck driving the wrong way on 1-75 struck the Abbas's car as they were returning from a family trip.
"It just makes your heart sink."