A tweet from police said about 50 rail cars were involved and noted that there were “rail cars into buildings.”
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The 10-acre property officially called Stardust Ranch was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures.”
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Staff Sgt. Bryan Black; Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson; and Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright were killed, too, but did not become the center of political debate.
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Cincinnati Zoo also announced that two of its popular manatees, BamBam and Betsy, have been returned to Florida following successful rehabilitation stints at the zoo.
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Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; 'Pretty Boy' Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies. (Oct. 22)
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Here are the top stories for Saturday, Oct. 21st: U.S. soldier killed in Niger laid to rest; Trump says okay to releasing documents on JFK assassination. Dozens of Egyptian police killed in shootout with militants; BASE jumpers leap from WV bridge.
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Investigators have few leads, but have surveillance video of a person of interest seen wearing a hoodie the night of the first killing.
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