One Dead, One In Critical Condition After Rollover Accident Near Ann Arbor, Michigan

According to CBS News, one person is dead and another is in critical condition following a rollover accident along US-23 south of Ann Arbor on Thursday.

Southbound US-23 was closed at the I-94 bridge following the crash, which happened in Pittsfield Township at around 12:45 p.m.

A Huron Valley Ambulance spokeswoman says that two vehicles were involved in the accident. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene and another was taken by survival flight to University of Michigan Hospital with critical injuries.

15 Injured in Church Bus Accident In Tennessee

A church bus from South Carolina ran off the road and struck a culvert on Friday in Tennessee, authorities said. At least 15 were injured, writes

The most serious injury was a broken arm, and the injured were taken to a hospital, according to Officer Evie West of the Cleveland, Tennessee, police.

The NBC affiliate in Chattanooga, WRCB, reported that some injured were 11 to 17 years old.

The bus is from a Baptist church in Barnwell, South Carolina, and traveled to Cleveland for a week-long mission trip, according to

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Building Collapse In Bangladesh


Police said at least five people were killed and about 100 feared trapped after a cement factory collapsed in Bangladesh on Thursday, according to Reuters.

Soldiers and sailors in the port town of Mongla helped emergency services search through the rubble and pull out more than 40 survivors, according to Reuters

Euronews claims at least six people have died and 30 more have been injured in the collapse.

Another 50 are still feared trapped, according to euronews.  Authorities said that up to 100 people were inside five-story cement factory at the time of the accident.

“Most of the people inside the building were the construction workers including the people who recovered alive … The recovery efforts are going on very carefully to avoid further risk” said Khulna district police chief Nizamul Haque Mollah, Reuters reported.

Footage Of Black Hawk Helicopter Wreckage In Florida


Seven Marines and four soldiers are presumed dead after a helicopter crashed off a Florida Beach early Wednesday morning, on March 11th, states AP.   A thick fog had reduced visibility in the area when the helicopter was on a training mission.

According to Stars and Stripes publication, human remains have washed ashore along the Florida coastline after the helicopter vanished during a training mission Tuesday night, according to the military.

Local law enforcement, the Coast Guard and military members from Eglin Air Force base outside Pensacola, where the flight originated, have been searching for debris since the helicopter was reported missing, said Sara Vidoni, an Air Force spokeswoman at the base.

“Fog impeded the search mission this morning, but it is beginning to dissipate,” she said, adding that the search efforts had been limited to boats and teams walking the shore because of the fog.

The Marines were from the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, known as MARSOC, said Capt. Barry Morris, a MARSOC spokesman at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. According to Stars and Stripes, the soldiers were from a Hammond, La.-based National Guard unit, The Associated Press reported.

CNN states, “The helicopter was first reported missing at about 8:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. ET) Tuesday. Hours later, searchers found debris around Okaloosa Island near Eglin Air Force Base, base spokesman Andy Bourland said.”

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Driver In Minneapolis Plows Through Protesters, Runs Over One

Police said the woman suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. The driver of the car later pulled over and called 911 to report the incident.

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