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82-year-old North Carolina woman killed after church bus catches fire

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A church bus hit the side of a bridge in North Carolina Sunday, sparking a huge fire.

WPXI reported that one person was killed and four others were hospitalized with injuries though only one was in serious condition.

But the one who didn’t make it was an 82-year-old elderly woman. Reports don’t reveal what happened and why the woman was unable to get to safety.

The bus belonged to Victory Christian Center in Charlotte.

Watch the horrifying video below:

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Trump’s sneak attack on social security — and how the president thinks he can quietly get away with it

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Donald Trump’s recent budget proposal included billions of dollars in Social Security cuts. The proposed cuts were a huge betrayal of his campaign promise to protect our Social Security system. Fortunately for Social Security’s current and future beneficiaries, he has little chance of getting these cuts past the House of Representatives, which is controlled by Democrats.

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Video busts white man ‘literally stalking’ and calling cops on black women ‘just cause we were at the pool’

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A black Maryland woman says that she was "stalked" by a man because she was using the pool at her apartment.

In a tweet Sunday night, Twitter user @BestFlaw shared video of a man, who is white, appearing to stalk her from behind.

"This white man literally stalked us from his apartment for damn near a mile just cause we were at the pool drinking wine and taking pictures," she wrote on Twitter. "Called the police and all...I cannot make this up

"White people love to lie on black women," @BestFlaw says in the video as the man following her apparently speaks with police on his phone.

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The Trump rape allegations expose some appalling facts about history of the ‘rule of law’ in America

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In last week’s New York magazine, journalist E. Jean Carroll recounts her rape in a New York department store dressing room, some 23 years ago. “[He] opens [my] overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway —or completely, I’m not certain —inside me.” The alleged rapist? United States President Donald J. Trump.

Carroll joins more than a dozen other women who have publicly accused the sitting president of sexual assault or harassment, with no consequences yet for Trump.

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