Five Children and two adults were taken to the hospital following a Virginia school bus crash. Police say a Ford F-150 overcorrected after veering off the road, then slammed into the bus. The driver tried to maintain control of the vehicle but the bus flipped onto its passenger side and slid into a water-filled ravine. Bystanders rushed to the aid of the students and adults, climbing in through the windows of the sideways bus. Authorities ticketed the driver of the truck for reckless driving.
Jaswiendre Singh owns a service station in Phoenix, Arizona. For every gallon of gas purchased at his station, Singh is losing .47 cents. He’s currently buying the gas for $5.66 a gallon, and selling it to his customers for $5.19. With sales averaging a little over 1000 gallons of gas per day, Singh is roughly $470 to $500 in the red every single day. Singh hopes to make up the lost revenue at the pump with sales inside the store.
IDAHO FALLS — The boots of a young man missing for nearly two weeks have been found behind a dirt pile on his property but there’s still no sign of 19-year-old Dylan Rounds.
Rounds attended Rigby High School and began farming grain a few years ago in the desert town of Lucin, Utah near the Utah/Nevada border. He lives by himself in a camp trailer on a remote piece of land and family members last heard from him when he called his grandmother the morning of Saturday, May 28.
Zookeepers at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park jumped into action when a dog entered a gorilla enclosure. The scary moment was caught on camera by guests visiting the park. The male shepherd ran around in distress as a gorilla began to chase it around the exhibit. Zookeepers were able to safely leash the dog and remove him from the area for evaluation. It’s believed the dog wandered into the park on his own but he is currently placed on stray hold until its owner is found.