Debbie Dills was driving to work Thursday mid-morning with the terrible news about the church massacre still constantly in her mind, according to CNN.
She had learned of the shooting deaths of nine people in Charleston, South Carolina, after she left her North Carolina church Wednesday night.
She saw the people on TV praying and asking God to help someone find the killer. The 51-year-old woman was driving along a four-lane U.S. highway about 10:30 a.m. Thursday when she spotted a black Hyundai being driven by Dylann Roof near the town of Kings Mountain.
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.