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NBC News - Three fans were injured — two of them hospitalized — when a bolt fell from the stadium roof at the Colts-Bengals game in Indianapolis late Thursday, officials said. The accident happened when the retractable roof was being opened for the second half of the game at Lucas Oil Stadium, the stadium’s operators said in a statement. "A bolt from the fixed structure sheared and dropped into seating…in the northwest corner of the seating bowl," according to the statement from Barney Levengood, executive director of the Capital Improvement Board of Managers.
Friday, September 04, 2015
 
KFVS - The Coast Guard is investigating a towboat collision on the Mississippi River near Columbus, Ky. According to the Coast Guard, watchstanders received a call about the collision between two towboats at mile marker 937 at 8:22 p.m. on Wednesday. The Coast Guard reports the collision caused damage to a barge containing clarified slurry oil. It is leaking an unknown amount into the water. The Coast Guard reports they haven’t been able to determine how bad the leak is since it was dark outside.
Friday, September 04, 2015
 
FleetOwner - While the September through December time frame has for many years often ben considered the “peak season” for freight shipments (though that’s been changing of late) it’s also the “peak season” for something else: cargo theft. And the upcoming Labor Day holiday is generally the “kickoff” for higher-than-normal cargo theft activity, noted security consulting firm FreightWatch International. “Holiday weekends are notorious for presenting increased cargo theft risks for transportation companies, shippers, and manufacturers,” the company noted in a recent update.
Friday, September 04, 2015
 
FOX43 - Police in New Holland, Lancaster County are trying a new tactic to stop dangerous driving. They’ve posted signs at intersections where they’ve received complaints about speeding or rolling stops. They say "Complete Stops: Free. Rolling Stops: $128.50. Your Choice." Police are hoping they’ll make people think twice at stops signs. There are five signs posted throughout New Holland and Earl Township. One is at the corner of Custer and Conestoga in New Holland, where residents say they’ve called the police for years.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
The Sacramento Bee - Witnesses to a head-on collision near Rancho Murieta broke a vehicle’s window to rescue two children before it was engulfed in flames. The drivers of both vehicles in the crash were unable to escape and died in the fire. The dramatic rescue of the 10-year-old girl and 7-year-old boy occurred about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. The California Highway Patrol said that one of the drivers was traveling in the wrong direction on Highway 16, a busy rural road where vehicles reach speeds of 60 mph and the scene of other head-on collisions over the years.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
PropertyCasualty360 - Dodgy insurance claims for thousands of injured drivers and passengers flooded auto insurers during a reign of error by a Russian-American crime ring working the New York City area. Mikhail Zemlyansky masterminded the largest no-fault auto scheme ever charged and New York’s streets must have seemed like a giant bumper-car ring. His crooked assembly line churned out $279 million worth of false injury claims from real and phantom car wrecks until his ring was destroyed. He was federally convicted in March 2015, and is scheduled for sentencing in December.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
PropertyCasualty360 - It’s probably accurate to say that most adjusters and examiners have handled dubious property insurance claims. Questions frequently arise as to the true cause of losses, the extent of the alleged loss, the insured’s representations during the investigation as to ownership, and the documentation submitted in support of the claims. Claims adjusters and examiners routinely request proof of ownership or purchase in the form of receipts or photographs of the property now claimed to have been lost or stolen.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
US News - Tens of thousands of Phoenix-area residents and businesses, including a food bank, were without power more than 15 hours after a monsoon storm knocked down trees, damaged buildings and toppled a tractor-trailer on a freeway. The area’s two major utilities reported that 37,800 customers still had no electricity late Tuesday morning — down from 70,000 immediately after Monday evening’s storm. The severe weather began moving through the area around sundown and swept across central Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe with lightning, winds of up to 65 mph and up to 1.5 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
WWBT - Several vehicles went up in flames all across the area overnight, keeping crews busy for hours. Now police are investigating to find out what caused the fires. Henrico fire and police shut down parts of Staples Mill Road around 1:30 a.m. after a line-painting truck caught fire near the Cross Ridge Shopping Center. Crews arrived to find the truck engulfed in flames, and called in an additional engine company to assist. Investigators say the fire was not suspicious in nature. The road is now all clear in the area. Around the same time in Richmond’s Southside, firefighters and police worked to get at least a couple of car fires under control. Someone set a car on fire at a used car lot in the 4100 block of Jeff Davis Highway. Only one car was on fire, but it was burned to a crisp. Police say another car was on fire just a block away.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
WWBT - A man was inside his truck when it burst into flames. He managed to escape unscathed, and Chesterfield Fire says it all started from a gas leak. Moments after escaping a potentially life-threatening situation, Rashad Coleman captured video of his truck engulfed in flames right outside his home on Salix Grove Terrace. "It just kept burning more and more, under the truck, on top, inside the truck, it was burning," said Coleman. Coleman says he knew something wasn’t right when he smelled gas after turning the ignition Monday morning.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
 
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