CNN - It appears Harrison Ford is battered, laid up in a hospital, but not in mortal danger. But when the 72-year-old actor’s single-engine plane plowed scars into the earth Thursday, it looked like a close call, if not for Ford, then at least for residents living some 50 yards away. Buzzing under the ever blue skies off a California beach, the World War II era training machine began losing power briefly after takeoff. Jens Lucking lives near the crash site and heard Ford’s distressed engine. "When he was right by the house, the engine cut out and then he turned around," he said.
Friday, March 06, 2015
 
Chicago Tribune - A man died after jumping from a third-floor balcony to escape an extra-alarm fire in his apartment building in Rolling Meadows, officials said.Fire crews were called to a three-story building at 5201 Carriageway Drive in the northwest suburb Wednesday evening and found heavy fire going on the third floor, officials said. The building was evacuated but one resident, Kenneth Vansickle, 55, apparently was trapped in his apartment and jumped from the balcony of a third-floor unit of the building, said Rolling Meadows Fire Chief Scott Franzgrote.
Thursday, March 05, 2015
 
Daily Press - Three people, including a Portsmouth doctor, were killed after a plane crashed in the Norfolk Botanical Garden Wednesday morning, according to Virginia State Police. The plane was found at about 7:20 a.m. in the Enchanted Forest Section off Azalea Garden Road, spokeswoman Sgt. Michelle Anaya said in an email. State police said airport officers found the wreckage. The four-seater plane clipped the top of a tree while trying to descend into Norfolk International Airport, Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said.
Thursday, March 05, 2015
 
KVAL - A grandfather helped his 10-year-old granddaughter escape a burning home and handed her a 1-year-old grandchild with severe burns before succumbing to the heat and the smoke early Wednesday morning, the Curry County Sheriff’s Office said. The fire just outside Brookings claimed the lives of 3 people: Douglas Landers, 54; Kelly Landers, 52; and their 4-year-old granddaughter, Sheriff John Ward said. Ward said a Brookings Police Officer was the first person on scene of the fire, reported just before 4 a.m. The officer found the mobile home fully engulfed in flames.
Thursday, March 05, 2015
 
FOX 10 - A family is safe after two children smelled smoke and helped get everyone out of their burning home early Thursday morning. A mother and her three children were sleeping in their home near 43rd Avenue and Northern when two of the kids smelled smoke and woke her and the other child up. They all got out of the house safely. Jill Marchi, the mother of the children, says her fourth child was sleeping at a neighbor’s house. According to Marchi, after making sure all of the children were safe, they went back to look for their five dogs, turtle and fish.
Thursday, March 05, 2015
 
InsuranceNewsNet.com - Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak on Tuesday issued a bulletin to insurance companies clarifying his department’s expectations for earthquake insurance coverage. The notice focused on exclusions regarding man-made damage, pre-existing damage and claims adjusters. "We want to make sure everyone is clear on earthquake insurance," Doak said. "Oklahomans need to know what they are buying. Insurers need to know my expectations regarding the interpretation of policies. And adjusters need to know how to evaluate an earthquake claim."
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
 
WPVI - Firefighters are battling a blaze at an historic church in Hainesport, Burlington County. It broke out at 3:15 a.m. Tuesday at Easton Bible Church in the 2400 block of Fostertown Road. The associate pastor told Action News he was up late because he couldn’t sleep, heard noises, and then discovered the blaze in a building next to where he and his family live. Firefighters arrived to find heavy fire coming from the structure. A second alarm was sounded almost immediately. Crews brought in tanker trucks filled with water to help fight the blaze. Three hours later, the fire had not yet been put under control.
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
 
NBC 10 - Heavy flames and plumes of black smoke could be seen for miles Monday as firefighters battled a massive, explosive fire at a Montgomery County sheet metal plant. The five-alarm fire began at Trico Metal Products, a sheet metal fabricator business on the 2300 block of Wyandotte Road in Upper Moreland around 5:20 p.m. Officials said there were reports of an explosion prior to the blaze. A front wall and back wall of the facility collapsed as numerous explosions from overheated compressed gas cylinders inside the plant put responding firefighters at risk.
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
 
WSVN - A South Florida vacation has turned into a nightmare for a married couple visiting from overseas after nearly $90,000 in jewelry was taken from their hotel room. Noora and Mikael Forsten flew to Miami from Finland, and they were in the middle of changing hotels on Thursday when, Noora said, she realized she’d left all her jewelry behind. "We’re staying here for 12 days, and checking out to change hotels to go to Coconut Grove. We leave on Thursday, and I accidentally leave my jewelry in the room. I realized it the moment we arrived to the next hotel."
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
 
WPRI - Crews are on the scene of a fire that broke out at a triple-decker on Thornton Street. Firefighters battled the fire in extremely icy conditions, with up to two inches of ice, slush and running water covering the road. All three floors of the residence have been heavily damaged by the fire, with the roof also collapsing. Crews are inside the building assessing the damage, as the fire appears to be out. The road is still closed off, mostly in part due to the ice and personnel that is still on the scene.
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
 
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