A metro train bridge has collapsed in the Mexican capital, claiming the lives of at least 15 people and wounding up to 70, according to the local authorities. The incident occurred on Tuesday on Line 12 of the metro, near the stations of Tezonco and Olivos in the southeastern part of the city. Colapsa estructura de la Línea 12 del #metro de #CDMX , estación #Olivas . Reportan heridos pic.twitter.com/FktTHEpoFx — Sputnik Reporteros (@Sputnik_Report) May 4, 2021 Desplome en la estación Olivos de la línea 12 del Metro pic.twitter.com/JaZEawICT4 — Sergio Sarmiento (@SergioSarmiento) May 4, 2021 #Mexico #MexicoCity #Línea12 in Mexico City; where a bridge between Olivos station and Tezonco has collapsed. The number of injured passengers or victims has not yet been confirmed. pic.twitter.com/I9LBoSZj5x — Shane B. Murphy (@shanermurph) May 4, 2021 … [Read more...] about Live Updates: At Least 15 Killed, 70 Injured as Metro Train Bridge Collapses in Mexico City
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A charter plane carrying five passengers to Texas with hopes of getting a Coronavirus vaccine crashed, killing all on board. The crash took place this week just northwest of the Monterrey metropolitan area when Armando Gonzalez Abella was piloting his Piper airplane with tail number N15349 from the Aeropuerto Del Norte to Laredo, Texas. The pilot was returning to the airport after experiencing an unknown “technical difficulty” but crashed before being able to land, authorities revealed to Breitbart Texas. Many residents in Nuevo Leon and other parts of Mexico are flying into the U.S. to circumvent the current travel restrictions which prohibit land travel through international ports of entry. The flight was chartered by César Taméz García, Sol Alanís Compeán, Esaú Olmedo Peña, Rosa Peña Olmedo, and Brenda Guajardo Leal. Federal investigators in Mexico are looking into the crash. While vaccines are readily available in the U.S., Mexico’s government has fallen behind in … [Read more...] about Mexican Charter Flight Carrying COVID Vaccine Tourists Crashes en Route to Texas
close Video Katie Pavlich on trip to AZ border: Border agents see ‘no end in sight’ to migrant surge Townhall.com Editor Katie Pavlich on the impact of the migrant surge on border communities. FIRST ON FOX : Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday sued the Biden administration for allegedly encouraging the spread of COVID-19 at the border by allowing large numbers of migrants into the U.S., often into overcrowded facilities . "President Biden’s outright disregard of the public health crisis in Texas by welcoming and encouraging mass gatherings of illegal aliens is hypocritical and dangerous. This reckless policy change stifles the reopening of the Texas economy at a time when businesses need it the most and when our children need to get back to in-person learning as soon as possible," Paxton said in a statement announcing the legal challenge. TEXAS, MISSOURI SUE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION OVER SCRAPPING OF 'REMAIN-IN-MEXICO' POLICY … [Read more...] about Texas AG sues Biden administration over COVID-19 risk at southern border amid migrant surge
NC-17 films warrant their illustrious rating for a number of reasons, from gratuitous violence to sexual scenes to on-screen drug use. Filmmakers usually seek to avoid rating, which can reduce box office takings and prevent them from becoming the big-budget blockbusters . But some NC-17 movies have thrived on the big screen despite their advisory warning. Below is a countdown of the most successful NC-17 rated films, according to Box Office Mojo. 30. This Film is Not Yet Rated (2006) $347,240 A tongue in cheek entry to kick off with, this exposé from Emmy-award winning documentary director Kirby Dick is about the American movie ratings board itself. 29. Queen of Hearts (2019) $437,005 A Danish drama film that is sure to raise some eyebrows, the plot of this movie sees a high-flying lawyer engage in an illicit affair with her teenage step-son. Most of its takings came from the Netherlands, where it grossed $211,330. 28. Bent (1997) $496,059 … [Read more...] about The 30 Highest Grossing NC-17 Rated Movies of All Time
On Friday (Feb. 15), an asteroid half the length of a football field will buzz close by Earth. It won't hit the planet, but if it did, the collision would create an impact large enough to level 80 million trees — or the entire city of Washington, D.C., and its suburbs. Scientists know this because an impact by an object the size of Friday's flyby asteroid has happened in human memory. In 1908, a 220-million-pound (100-million-kilogram) hunk of meteoroid or comet fragment hurtled into the atmosphere over Tunguska, Siberia, setting the sky ablaze and releasing the same amount of energy as 185 Hiroshima bombs. Fortunately, the impact occurred over remote, forested land, taking the lives of hundreds of reindeer but no humans. At about 130 feet (40 meters) in diameter, the Tunguska space rock is similar in size to 2012 DA14, the asteroid en route for a Friday flyby, which is estimated to be about 150 feet (45 m). For comparison, that's about the size of the White House, said Mark … [Read more...] about What If Friday’s Flyby Asteroid Hit Earth?