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San Diego’s rainstorms are only going to become more intense and less predictable, like a bad relationship putting further strain on its already injured state.
According to police, the driver of the Impala was sitting in his vehicle when it was hit and was not injured.
The accident resulted in two children being injured, including one with life-threatening injuries.
It included every kind of professional they could think of who comes in contact with sick or injured people besides the obvious doctors and paramedics, etc.
Injuries are an unfortunate and all-too-common reality faced by runners—up to 75 percent of all runners are injured each year.
When he was able to rejoin the team, he injured his foot and missed the first four games of the season.
Dozens of people have been arrested by federal agents and charged with taking part in the riot, in which up to 140 officers were injured.
Tampa then similarly stashed those two, giving the team a total of $16,975,000 in salary going toward players on its long-term injured list.
One man died and another was injured in a shooting Sunday afternoon in Prince George’s County, according to police.
Inspired by previous work that modeled realistic snow for the Disney film Frozen, the researchers simulated how a relatively tiny avalanche could have struck the camp, forcing the adventurers to flee, and severely injuring some of them.

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