Hundreds Killed … Thousands Homeless (1932)



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Full title reads: “America. Hundreds Killed … Thousands Homeless, as terrific tornado razes all in its path over wide area in Alabana (sic).”

Alabama, United States of America.

View of damaged buildings – people walk in the foreground.

People pick through the rubble to find belongings. People look over the damage.

Small family group sit in remains of house.

Injured boy lifted out of rubble by civilians.

Houses left standing, in the foreground is rubble and a ripped up tree.

More scenes of devastation.

Men dressed in military uniforms look over the damage (they may be soldiers or National Guard).

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Thousands in New York March Against Family Separation, Immigration Crackdown at Border



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– In New York City Saturday, more than 10,000 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to protest the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown and to demand the reunification of all migrant children separated from their parents during the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” crackdown.

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Thousands of volunteers lay wreaths at DFW National Cemetery



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Volunteers laid wreaths on 23,000 grave sites at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery on Saturday. Wreaths Across America hosted its annual ceremony to honor veterans at the cemetery.

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Thousands line Parramatta Rd during Good Friday Walk in Sydney



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Parramatta Road in Sydney’s west is best known for its traffic gridlock and car dealerships, however last night it played a role as a conduit for a re-creation of an ancient religious ceremony celebrated by the Christian faithfuls.

For drivers travelling along the arterial road throughout the night it was a sight to behold. The norm is being stuck in gridlock traffic. Last night was all about ensuring you merged to make room for the masses of pilgrims that seem to stretch on for well over a kilometre.

The pilgrimage walk starts every year at the Holy Family Church in East Granville and travels 24.3kms along Parramatta Road towards St Mary’s Cathedral in the Sydney CBD.

Suzy Kirby has been the event organiser since the start. It began eleven years ago with less than fifty people and has grown in numbers significantly. Estimations of numbers exceeded well over a thousand faithful.

Suzy has thanked all the volunteers for keeping the pilgrims safe, as the footpath is barely wide enough to cope with the numbers which grow each year.

Children and the elderly all join in, however this is no marathon. The walk takes around seven hours to complete with a handful of scheduled rest breaks for the weary.

For those having trouble completing the distance, a community bus was on hand to help make the trip a little easier.

It was a family friendly and spiritual journey for all, and a rare sight to behold.

FreeNews thanks all the participants for sharing their stories and allowing us to cover their sacred walk.

For further information about the walk and to find out how to participate next year, contact the event organiser, Suzy Kirby, from the Holy Family Church in East Granville.

Alaska Road Trip: Yukon!!! Thousands of Signs & Alaska Highway History



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S2 Ep 78 My Road Trip to Alaska takes me to the Alaska Highway and the Yukon. I spend a few days in Watson Lake and visit AlCAN history museum and SignPost Forest plus find free camping nearby.

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Bees attack man: Arizona man stung thousands of times and revived after deadly bee attack – TomoNews



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BUCKEYE, ARIZONA — A 71-year-old Arizona man is lucky this week to be alive thanks to the quick actions of his wife and emergency responders following an almost fatal bee attack.

According to ABC News, Jerry Mora was working in his backyard on Tuesday afternoon when suddenly a swarm of bees attacked him. His wife heard him screaming and called 911.

Firefighters sprayed the swarm with foam, while others got Mora to safety. He suffered around 20 to 25 stings. To make matters worse, he’s allergic to bees.

When he was put in the ambulance, Mora wasn’t breathing and had no pulse. But firefighters were able to revive him en-route to the hospital. He is listed in serious but stable condition, ABC News reported.

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Watch Black Church Choir in Birmingham Alabama Sing “All Lives Matter” to Thousands



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Watch the Guiding Light Church Choir in Birmingham, Alabama sing “Black Lives Matter” at the Restoring Unity Rally.
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