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Severe flash flooding hits Ellicott City in Maryland
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Heavy rain has caused severe flash flooding in Ellicott City in Maryland, turning entire streets into fast-flowing rivers. Rescue workers are responding to reports of at least one building collapse. There was no immediate word on casualties.

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Surfista de Florida salva a un ave en el mar mientras Alberto se acerca al Golfo de México
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Un surfista rescató un ave del agua en la costa de Venecia, Florida, el domingo 27 de mayo, mientras la tormenta Alberto viajaba al noroeste de la costa de Florida.
Nicole Fulwiler, quien filmó este video, dijo que ella y sus hijos fueron a ver las olas con la tormenta y estaban observando a los surfistas cuando se dieron cuenta del pájaro que luchaba, el cual ella describió como una paloma. Un surfista se acercó lo suficiente al muelle como para que alguien pudiera llamar su atención sobre el pájaro, dijo.
El video muestra al surfista remando hacia el ave mientras esta aletea en el océano, y luego como el permite que el ave se suba a su tabla. "El surfista llevó a la paloma de vuelta a la orilla y la dejó bajar de su tabla para que pudiera descansar y secarse", dijo Fulwiler.
Se han emitido alertas de tormentas tropicales a medida que Alberto se acerca a la costa del Golfo. Se han medido vientos de 72 kilómetros por hora, y se esperan fuertes lluvias.
Surfista de Florida salva a un ave en el mar mientras Alberto se acerca al Golfo de México vía Storyful

Holland the Dog Who Had Messy Fur
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Holland the Dog Who Had Messy Fur

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6-Year-Old Killed by Family Dog
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A 6-year-old boy has died as a result of an attack by the family dog.

Family friend Rick Vaughan said that the boy died after the pit bull attacked him on May 24. Vaughan told Altoona Mirror that the boy's father was cutting grass at the time, but rushed inside after the mother screamed. He then saw "the dog on the boy."

“It was already too late,” Vaughan said, referring to the father's efforts to free his boy from the dog, via the Mirror.

The dog that mauled the boy is now dead, although reports did not specify when or how it died. The family also gave their other dog to police after the tragedy.

“His mother is taking it very, very hard,” the 32-year-old Vaughan said, via the Mirror. “He passed away in her arms.”

The Blair County Coroner said the boy died of blunt-force trauma. The police are still investigating, according to WTAJ. Counselors were called in to assist students and staff at Baker Elementary School, the school the boy attended.

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6-Year-Old Killed by Family Dog-teaser
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A 6-year-old boy has died as a result of an attack by the family dog.

Family friend Rick Vaughan said that the boy died after the pit bull attacked him on May 24. Vaughan told Altoona Mirror that the boy’s father was cutting grass at the time, but rushed inside after the mother screamed. He then saw “the dog on the boy.”

“It was already too late,” Vaughan said, referring to the father’s efforts to free his boy from the dog, via the Mirror.

The dog that mauled the boy is now dead, although reports did not specify when or how it died. The family also gave their other dog to police after the tragedy.

“His mother is taking it very, very hard,” the 32-year-old Vaughan said, via the Mirror. “He passed away in her arms.”

The Blair County Coroner said the boy died of blunt-force trauma. The police are still investigating, according to WTAJ. Counselors were called in to assist students and staff at Baker Elementary School, the school the boy attended.


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Morneau says feds would back new Trans Mountain investors


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Published at: 2018-05-16

CAPTION: The finance minister says the federal government is willing to support other investors interested in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion if Kinder Morgan backs out. Bill Morneau says building the expansion is in the “best interest” of Canadians. (May 16, 2018) 1. SOUNDBITE: Bill Morneau, finance minister PLACELINE: Ottawa CREDIT: The Canadian Press STORYLINE: If Kinder Morgan wants to abandon plans to build the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, there are plenty of other investors out there willing to take up the cause _ and they will have the backing of the federal Liberal government, Finance Minister Bill Morneau says. The government is willing to ``provide indemnity'' to any investors, be they the project's original architects or otherwise, to ensure the controversial Alberta-B.C.. project is able to proceed, Morneau told a news conference Wednesday. The announcement, coming on the very day when the company's Calgary-based Canadian operation is scheduled to hold its annual meeting, bore the hallmarks of an effort to ratchet up the pressure in advance of Kinder Morgan's May 31 deadline. Amid mounting opposition from the B.C. government, environmental groups and protesters, not to mention skittish investors, the company last month halted all non-essential spending on its $7.4-billion plan to double an existing pipeline between Edmonton and Burnaby, B.C. ``We are willing to indemnify the Trans Mountain expansion against unnecessary delays that are politically motivated,'' Morneau said _ a reference to B.C. Premier John Horgan's ongoing refusal to allow the project to proceed, despite federal jurisdiction.

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