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Thursday Jun 23
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Store refrigerator swept through car park by strong winds in China
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A store’s refrigerator was swept through a car park by strong winds in eastern China.
Footage shows the appliance sliding along the ground in Huai’an City in Jiangsu province on June 10, with cans of soda spilling out from inside it.
The shop owner said: “That day, the rain and wind were so strong that the fridge outside my shop was blown away. Luckily, it was heavy enough that it did not fall to the ground or stray too far.”
China’s National Meteorological Center raised a blue alert — the least severe in the country’s four-level, colour-coded warning system — for storms across the country, including Jiangsu province, on Wednesday, June 22.
Person of interest in Clarendon mass killing in custody
The man identified as a person of interest in Tuesday’s killing of a family of five in Cocoa Piece, Clarendon, is now in police custody.
Loop News has learnt that Rushane Barnett, the 23-year-old c
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‘Dark times’ for Ja, says House Speaker after family of five killed
“These are dark times for our country.”
Those were the words expressed by Speaker of the House of Representatives, Marisa Dalrymple-Philibert, as the sitting of the House got underway on Tuesday.