“All five of the missing workers have been located,” Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris said at a press conference. “The remains will be transported back to the medical examiner’s office for identification, and we will continue to secure the site and the scene until the investigation is complete.”On Monday morning, workers reportedly heard an explosion, followed by a blaze that quickly consumed the rig site in a rural area about 100 miles south of Tulsa.”From what I was told from many of the survivors, there was an explosion. They heard a loud boom, they saw fire and they ran,” said Morris.
A very special thank you to Dr. Arrowsmith, Tina Harris, Dr. Kimsey, Avalon Hospice and the very precious staff for all the compassion they showed towards Mom and our family during this very difficult time. There are TONS more pictures from the shoot but I think it will be too overwhelming to post them all at once, so more later. A full post (with lots of pictures) and a more complete explanation to come. I am so incredibly excited and have already started making my packing list! I am getting a new camera before I go so look forward to lots of picture filled posts from China in about 3.5 weeks.
Lt. Col. David Worley (CVHS JROTC) spread his cadets around to cover several ceremonies on Monday. Motor home vans are an interesting combination of van conversions and motor homes. Motor homes are categorized as Class A, which are the larger homes that are hard to miss on the road; Class B, which are also known as camper vans; Class C, which have the characteristic overhang above the cab that is usually used for beds. Despite the differences in size and shape, motor homes are just that homes..
When he had to switch jobs after an accident, he found a great match in leading a group of disabled workers in an electronics workshop in Bonn. Eira Martens found out why his new position surprised even his own daughters. Anne Ndungu has the background story about his philosophy of life.
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