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North Carolina parent ‘extremely lucky’ after utility pole smashes through car window

A family in North Carolina turned out to be “extremely lucky” after a utility pole smashed through their vehicle, just moments after a parent dropped their child off at school.

No one was hurt in the incident in Thomasville, a city roughly 70 miles northeast of Charlotte, which happened before 9 a.m. on Friday, according to authorities.

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Police in Thomasville, N.C., said a parent dropped their kid off at school before they accidentally crashed into a utility pole. (Thomasville Police Department)

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Local police tweeted that a parent had just dropped their child off when, suddenly, they crashed into a utility pole. The pole ended up smash through the back rear window.

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Investigators said no one was hurt in the accident on Friday morning. (Thomasville Police Department)

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At least 241 people in the area were without power after the accident, WGHP reported.

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North Carolina parent ‘extremely lucky’ after utility pole smashes through car window

A family in North Carolina turned out to be “extremely lucky” after a utility pole smashed through their vehicle, just moments after a parent dropped their child off at school.

No one was hurt in the incident in Thomasville, a city roughly 70 miles northeast of Charlotte, which happened before 9 a.m. on Friday, according to authorities.

MISSING AUSTRALIAN WOMAN FOUND IN OUTBACK AFTER ‘SOS’ MESSAGE IS SPOTTED ON SECURITY CAMERA

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Police in Thomasville, N.C., said a parent dropped their kid off at school before they accidentally crashed into a utility pole. (Thomasville Police Department)

ILLINOIS MAN WITH NAME TATTOOED ON NECK ALLEGEDLY GAVE POLICE FALSE ID

Local police tweeted that a parent had just dropped their child off when, suddenly, they crashed into a utility pole. The pole ended up smash through the back rear window.

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Investigators said no one was hurt in the accident on Friday morning. (Thomasville Police Department)

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At least 241 people in the area were without power after the accident, WGHP reported.

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McDonald’s security guard allegedly calls customer ‘stupid white boy,’ punches his table

A McDonald’s customer claims that they were harassed and insulted by a McDonald’s security guard who apparently didn’t believe that they were using the app to order food.

The incident occurred at a McDonald’s in Gipsyville in England on Friday night. According to reports, a security guard assumed that a group of young people who used the McDonald’s app to order had not actually ordered any food.

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Cameron Sande told a local news outlet that the guard became aggressive with him and his friends, insulted them and even punched the table at one point. (iStock)

Cameron Sande and his friends entered the restaurant, sat down at a table and used the app to order their meals, the Mirror reports. A security guard reportedly approached the table, assuming that they weren’t getting any food and told them to leave.

Sande claims that the guard became aggressive and allegedly punched the table during the confrontation.

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“I was getting angry, my friends were scared and anxious. He called me a stupid white boy. If it was the other way around I would get done for racism,” Sande told Hull Live.

“He was being abusive and racist to us,” Sande continued. “The manager said to him to calm down and told him we were ordering from our phones. He started putting his hands in the air and laughing. When I was telling the manager what had happened he was trying to scare me into not telling him. I told the manager about him punching the table and he denied it. He kept saying, ”shut up, shut up.'”

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In a statement obtained by the Mirror, a spokesperson for McDonald’s said, “We are aware of an incident in our Boothferry Road restaurant last night involving a security guard from a third party supplier. Customer experience is extremely important to us and our management team spoke to the customer to offer an apology at the time the incident occurred.”

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The statement concludes, “We will be following up with the supplier to ensure they are aware of the standards we expect in our restaurants and take action to ensure such incidents do not occur in the future.”

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3 Soldiers Killed In Training Accident On Fort Stewart In Georgia

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A Bradley Fighting Vehicle is stationed at Bravo Company, Task Force 4-64 Armor to support a patrol mission by US-Iraqi forces in Baghdad. A Bradley was involved in the training accident that killed three soldiers on Fort Stewart Sunday.

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An early morning training exercise gone wrong resulted in the deaths of three soldiers and injured three more on Fort Stewart in Georgia Sunday, according to Fort Stewart officials.

The accident involved the Bradley Fighting Vehicle the soldiers were riding on. The three soldiers who were killed were pronounced dead on the scene and the other three who were injured were taken to Winn Army Community Hospital.

All six soldiers involved in the incident were members of the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, often referred to as Dogface.

“Today is a heartbreaking day for the 3rd Infantry Division, and the entire Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield community, as we are all devastated after a training accident this morning on the Fort Stewart Training Area,” said Maj. Gen. Tony Aguto, commanding general of the 3rd Infantry Division. “We are extremely saddened by the loss of three Dogface Soldiers, and injuries to three more. Our hearts and prayers go out to all the families affected by this tragedy.”

The incident is currently under investigation, according to a press release. Fort Stewart officials have not released the names of the soldiers and say they will do so 24 hours after they’ve notified their families.

The 25-ton Bradley Fighting Vehicle is a type of protected transport vehicle that has been involved in deadly accidents before.

A Fort Hood soldier died last month after he was injured while conducting maintenance on one of the armored vehicles. In January, a 22-year-old combat engineer was killed in a training accident at the National Training Center on Fort Hood when the Bradley Fighting Vehicle he was riding on rolled over. Three more soldiers were also injured in that accident.

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Wisconsin, Boise State takes major tumbles in latest Amway Coaches Poll

The upset bug found its way into the Amway Coaches Poll this weekend, though the top five teams were able to avoid it in the Week 8 slate.

Alabama strengthened its hold on the No. 1 spot. The Crimson Tide received 43 of 65 first-place votes this week. Alabama was able to pull away from Tennessee in the second half despite quarterback Tua Tagovailoa leaving the game in the first half with an ankle injury.

Clemson retained the No. 2 spot with 10 first-place nods this week. The Tigers overcame a slow start to subdue Louisville and keep control of the ACC race.

LSU held on to the No. 3 spot after handling Mississippi State. The Bayou Bengals received three first-place votes. Ohio State remained No. 4, though the Buckeyes doubled their first-place vote total to eight this week after another dominant performance against Northwestern. Oklahoma, a big winner against West Virginia, held steady at No. 5.

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Some key results in the Big Ten caused the most movement in the poll. Penn State inherited the No. 6 position vacated by Wisconsin following the Badgers’ stunning loss to Illinois. The Nittany Lions held off then-No. 16 Michigan in a prime-time spotlight game to remain on a collision course with Ohio State. Wisconsin tumbled seven places to No. 13 while Michigan dropped to No. 20.

Notre Dame, which had the weekend off, moved up to No. 7. Following are Florida, Georgia and Auburn, once again giving the SEC half the spots in the top 10. No. 11 Oregon and No. 12 Utah lead the Pac-12 representatives.

No. 17 SMU kept its record clean with a solid win against Temple. The Mustangs now have the highest ranking among group-of-five conference members after Boise State’s upset loss at BYU knocked the Broncos eight places down to No. 21.

No. 23 Wake Forest and No. 25 Memphis rejoin the top 25 as Washington and Temple fall out.

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3 Soldiers Killed In Training Accident On Fort Stewart In Georgia

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A Bradley Fighting Vehicle is stationed at Bravo Company, Task Force 4-64 Armor to support a patrol mission by US-Iraqi forces in Baghdad. A Bradley was involved in the training accident that killed three soldiers on Fort Stewart Sunday. Liu Jin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Bradley Fighting Vehicle is stationed at Bravo Company, Task Force 4-64 Armor to support a patrol mission by US-Iraqi forces in Baghdad. A Bradley was involved in the training accident that killed three soldiers on Fort Stewart Sunday.

Liu Jin/AFP via Getty Images

An early morning training exercise gone wrong resulted in the deaths of three soldiers and injured three more on Fort Stewart in Georgia Sunday, according to Fort Stewart officials.

The accident involved the Bradley Fighting Vehicle the soldiers were riding on. The three soldiers who were killed were pronounced dead on the scene and the other three who were injured were taken to Winn Army Community Hospital.

All six soldiers involved in the incident were members of the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, often referred to as Dogface.

“Today is a heartbreaking day for the 3rd Infantry Division, and the entire Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield community, as we are all devastated after a training accident this morning on the Fort Stewart Training Area,” said Maj. Gen. Tony Aguto, commanding general of the 3rd Infantry Division. “We are extremely saddened by the loss of three Dogface Soldiers, and injuries to three more. Our hearts and prayers go out to all the families affected by this tragedy.”

The incident is currently under investigation, according to a press release. Fort Stewart officials have not released the names of the soldiers and say they will do so 24 hours after they’ve notified their families.

The 25-ton Bradley Fighting Vehicle is a type of protected transport vehicle that has been involved in deadly accidents before.

A Fort Hood soldier died last month after he was injured while conducting maintenance on one of the armored vehicles. In January, a 22-year-old combat engineer was killed in a training accident at the National Training Center on Fort Hood when the Bradley Fighting Vehicle he was riding on rolled over. Three more soldiers were also injured in that accident.

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Buttigieg fires back after AOC’s fundraising dig, blasts far-left ‘purity tests’

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South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg responded Sunday after Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took issue with the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful’s approach to fundraising.

The far-left congresswoman accused Buttigieg of protecting a system of “big money politics” instead of trying to make it a thing of the past, touting the merits of “small-dollar grassroots campaigns,” which she said were more successful than his. Buttigieg said he’s quite familiar with grassroots campaigning, but said it will take more than that for Democrats to succeed in 2020.

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“Well, first of all, you don’t go from mayor of South Bend to a competitive presidential candidate without knowing a thing or two about grassroots campaigning,” Buttigieg told “Fox News Sunday” in response to Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet, posted last week. “My campaign is fueled by the contributions of almost 600,000 individual donors and most of those are small contributions.”

Ocasio-Cortez posted her remark while retweeting a quote from Buttigeg that criticized Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s plan to stay away from large donations. Buttigieg had said, “We’re not going to beat Trump with pocket change.” Ocasio-Cortez described that comment as insulting to small donors, but Buttigieg explained his stance on Sunday.

“What I’m saying is we can’t go into this fight against Donald Trump with one hand tied behind our back,” he said, pointing out Trump and his supporters have raised $125 million. “They will pull out all of the stops to stay in power, and I think we have a responsibility to the country to make sure that we go into this fight as Democrats with everything that we’ve got and not unilaterally disarm it.”

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Buttigieg recognized that campaign finance reform is needed, but claimed Democrats have to gain power first in order to make it happen.

Earlier in the conversation, Buttigieg took a shot at far-left opponents like Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who just received Ocasio-Cortez’s endorsement. Buttigieg warned that radical approaches to issues like health care will alienate voters and make it more difficult to win.

“I think that we have a chance to build an American majority around bold action, but it is the case that we could wreck that majority through purity tests,” Buttigieg said. “Take the example of this Medicare question. I’m proposing Medicare for all who want it. It means we create a version of Medicare, everybody can get access to it, and if you want to keep your private plan we’re okay with that. I think that’s a better policy than kicking people off of their plan, but I also think that it’s something that more Americans can get behind.”

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Lamenting the divided state of the political climate in the U.S., Buttigieg said that going too far to the left can make matters worse.

“We can govern in a very bold and forward-leaning direction, but we’ve got to make sure we do it in a way that moves toward unifying rather than further polarizing the American people.”

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Mulvaney: Trump Still Considers Himself To Be In Hospitality Business

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Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney defended President Donald Trump’s initial choice to host the 2020 G-7 summit at his own Florida resort, saying “at the end of the day he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business.”

“He was honestly surprised at the level of pushback,” Mulvaney said on “Fox News Sunday”. “He saw the opportunity to take the biggest leaders from around the world and he wanted to put on the absolute best show, the best visit that he possibly could and he was very comfortable doing that at Doral and I think we were all surprised by the level of pushback.”

Trump ultimately scrapped his plans to host the annual gathering at his Trump National Doral resort in Miami-Dade County after facing immense backlash over ethics concerns. In a Twitter post Saturday night, he blamed “irrational hostility” from the media and Democrats for his decision to find another location.

House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) was among those calling the Trump administration’s decision to host the event at a Trump property “brazen,” accusing him of using his office “for personal financial gain,” which potentially violates the Constitution’s emoluments clause.

Trump, prior to his inauguration, had said he would leave his business “in total” in order to avoid such ethics concerns, saying: “I feel it is visually important, as president, to in no way have a conflict of interest with my various businesses.”

Fox host Chris Wallace pressed Mulvaney on Sunday, noting that Trump is president of the United States and not a businessman.

“Yeah, but it’s his background,” Mulvaney said. “He’s in the hotel business, or at least he was before he was president.”

“Does he understand that it looked lousy?” Wallace asked.

“I think he knows that people think it looks lousy,” Mulvaney answered.

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Mick Mulvaney Struggles to Explain Comments on Ukraine

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WASHINGTON — Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, tried again on Sunday to back off assertions he made to reporters last week that the Trump administration had held up an aid package to Ukraine because the president wanted the country to investigate Democrats, acknowledging he did not have a “perfect press conference.”

During an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Mr. Mulvaney disagreed with an assertion by the show’s anchor, Chris Wallace, that Mr. Mulvaney’s remarks were proof of a quid pro quo, an exchange the president has publicly denied for weeks. But he struggled to explain how his comments Sunday were not at odds with what he said last week.

“That’s what people are saying that I said, but I didn’t say that,” Mr. Mulvaney said, adding that he had outlined “two reasons” for withholding the aid to Ukraine in a news briefing with reporters on Thursday. In the briefing, however, he outlined three reasons: the corruption in the country, whether other countries were also giving aid to Ukraine and whether Ukrainian officials were cooperating in a Justice Department investigation.

Mr. Wallace played back Mr. Mulvaney’s appearance before reporters in which he said the president’s concern about interference in the 2016 election — and his interest in a widely debunked theory that a Democratic National Committee server is being held in Ukraine — was part of that final reason for withholding aid.

Pressed by Mr. Wallace, Mr. Mulvaney said he was “not acknowledging there’s three reasons.”

“You said three reasons,” Mr. Wallace said.

“I recognize that,” Mr. Mulvaney responded. But he urged Mr. Wallace “to go back to what actually happened in the real world.”

“I recognize that I didn’t speak clearly, maybe, on Thursday,” he said. “Folks misinterpreted what I said. But the facts are absolutely clear and they are there for everyone to see.” He said there could not have been a quid pro quo because “the money flowed without any connection whatsoever to the D.N.C. server.”

Mr. Mulvaney’s comments last week set off alarm at the White House and among its Republican allies in Congress, as a Democratic impeachment inquiry over Ukraine gathers steam.

But Mr. Mulvaney doubled down Sunday on his assertion that the president had a right to demand information about the investigation into the unfounded theory that Ukraine, not Russia, was involved in hacking and releasing Democratic Party emails during the 2016 election.

“It is legitimate for the president to want to know what’s going on with the ongoing investigation into the server,” Mr. Mulvaney said. “Can I see how people took that the wrong way? Absolutely.”

Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, declined on Sunday to weigh in on Mr. Mulvaney’s news conference.

“I will leave to the chief of staff to explain what it is he said and what he intended,” Mr. Pompeo said on ABC’s “This Week.”

Mr. Mulvaney, who initially held the explosive news conference to announce the site for the Group of 7 summit, also acknowledged that President Trump had made “the right decision to change” the host location from his Trump National Doral resort after bipartisan backlash. Mr. Trump announced Saturday that the summit would no longer be held there, after being “honestly surprised by the level of pushback,” Mr. Mulvaney said.

“At the end of the day, he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business,” Mr. Mulvaney said of the president. “He saw an opportunity to take the biggest leaders around the world and wanted to put on the absolute best show, the best visit, that he possibly could, and he was very comfortable doing it at Doral.”

“My guess is we’ll find some place else that the media won’t like either for another reason,” he added. “Will we end up putting on an excellent G7 someplace else? Yes, we will.”

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Mick Mulvaney Tried to Lie on Fox News About His Ukraine Comments. Then Chris Wallace Ran the Tape.

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