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Country singer Sammy Sadler recalls Music Row murder, nearly l 上海龙凤论坛osing his life: ‘I got 100 staples down my arm’

Sammy Sadler’s life forever changed on the night of Ma,上海419论坛luzr,rch 9, 1989.

The rising country music artist and his pal, music chart researcher Kevin Hughes for Cash Box Magazine, had stopped by Nashville’s Evergreen Records to make a phone call after dinner. It was the studio where Sadler ,上海龙凤419bajz,was recording his first album.

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Sadler was sitting in Hughes’ car and started to reach for the door whenhe looked up and saw a masked gunman,Fox17 Nashville reported. Just as soon as hethrew his arms up to cover his head, he was shot. As Sadler slumped over in the vehicle, the shooter chased down and assassinated Hughes, 2,上海贵族宝贝论坛psq,3, on the street.

Thirty years later, Sadler is releasing his memoir, “A Hit with a Bullet,” which took him over 10 years to complete.

Kevin Hughes was gunned down on Nashville’s Music Row. (Courtesy of Sammy Sadler)

Tornadoes ripped through Ohio tearing apart homes and damaging schoo Shelwinls. Thousands are still under threat

(CNN)The devastating severe weather that has barreled across much of the Plains and Midwest this week is still not over.

Two suspected tornadoes slammed the metro Dayton, Ohio area Monday night, just 30 minutes apart, according to the National Weather Service. A third suspected tornado injured several people in a town about 90 miles north of Dayton.

The first suspected tornado that hit Dayton crossed I-75 north of the city around 11:07 p.m. and carried a “tornado emergency warning,” the highest the weather service gives. The second crossed the highway about three miles away.

There were no reported injuries or fatalities from the two suspected tornadoes, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Christine Ton said.

She said that could change as daylight reveals more possible damage, and authorities continue the search and rescue operations.

Seven people were injured in Celina when a suspected tornado touched down, according to Mercer County Emergency Management Agency Director Mike Robbins. Three of them were in serious, but not life-threatening condition. The other four people suffered minor injuries, Robbins said.

The areas that saw the most significant damage from the tornado were a neighborhood and an apartment complex in the Northwest part of Celina, Ohio, according to Robbins. The search and rescue mission continued through the early Tuesday morning hours.

More than 5 million people were affected by power outages, the weather service in Wilmington, Ohio, said, adding the “tornado threat has exited our area of responsibility.”

The weather service will be conducting damage surveys for the next few days in the areas of Celina, New Madison, Laura, Dayton and Laurelville.

More than 540,000 people were under a tornado watch in southern Ohio Tuesday morning, CNN meteorologist Robert Shackelford said.

Trees shredded, homes destroyed, schools damaged

“It’s bad,” one business owner in Beavercreek, in Greene County, Ohio, told CNN affiliate WHIO.

Beavercreek City School District superintendent Paul Otten told the affiliate his neighborhood had “crazy damage.”

“We have downed power lines, but the biggest thing we’re seeing is that there are trees just gone,” Otten told WHIO. “My neighbor across from me has four huge trees and they’re just shredded. Some out of them are out of the ground and others just have no limbs left on them.”

Beavercreek Schools are already close,上海龙凤论坛qmh,d for the year, he said, but if they weren’t, “I’d probably be closing.”

“There are wires down and trees laying across the road.”

Brookville Schools superintendent Tim Hopkins said a part of one school’s roof was blown off and the front doors had been blown in.

The complex was “just a mess,” he told WHIO, adding school will be canceled Tuesday.

Millions under thunderstorm watch in Central Plains

The rest of the Central Plains, Midwest and the Ohio Valley into the Northeast are also all at risk of a few tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds as ongoing storms continue into Tuesday.

There are 2 million people under a severe thunderstorm watch in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. The greatest thr,上海419论坛ua,eat will be in cities including Tulsa, Oklahoma; Wichita, Kansas; Lincoln, Nebraska and Kansas City, Missouri, according to CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward.

“We continue to be stuck in the same pattern that plagued the country for (the) past several days,” Ward said. “A large dome of high pressure will bring sweltering temperatures to the southeast, while the middle of the country will continue to see the threat of severe storms and flooding.”

Torrential rain and ‘catastrophic’ flooding threatens central US

Memorial Day left no time for celebration for residents of the Midwest. There were up to 27 preliminary reports of tornadoes in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Colorado, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Storm Prediction Center and severe weather in suburban Chicago caused severe flooding.

Now, the region is under threats of flooding.

“The Arkansas River is expected to exceed record flooding over the coming days,” CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen said.

Parts of the Arkansas River could crest over 4 feet above the record, meaning “catastrophic flooding is possible in the towns of Van Buren and Fort Smith,” Hennen said.

In Oklahoma, where six people were killed in severe weather last week, the situation “still could get worse,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said Monday.

“We still have water still rising in the east,” he said. “We are not out of the woods yet.”

The governor said he toured the destruction left by a tornado that struck El Reno on Saturday night, noting it was “unbelievable how violent” it was.

Some of the mobile homes, he said, “look like they were blown up.”

Tulsa braces for record flooding and strained levees

In Tulsa, the weather service warned of severe weather threats ramping back up late Tuesday with storms, “very large hail” and tornado threats all in the cards.

The Arkansas River is rising, the city of Little Rock said on Facebook Tuesday, and officials are concerned about the impact.

“The first thing everyone needs to understand is we are dealing with two situations. One is the rising river. The second is the ability to drain any storm water we might get here in our city over the coming days,” the city said on Facebook. “Our city’s storm water drains to the river and if it can’t go out, it could cause additional flooding.”

City engineers are working with the US Army Corps of Engineers to monitor the forecasted river levels and determine the areas which could be affected., the city said.

“The Mayor’s office will be coordinating staff to visit every home potentially affected by flooding,” the city said on Facebook. “We will be knocking on doors in the coming days to inform them of the potential threats to their homes.

Officials will also be dropping tons of sand to multiple locations and have “thousands of sandbags available.”

Meanwhile, scorching temperatures in Georgia and Carolinas

Temperatures hit 99 degrees in Columbia, So,爱上海hdv,uth Carolina on Monday and 100 degrees in Augusta, Georgia, both records, according to Ward. Gainesville, Florida reached 102 degrees, an all time record for the month of May. Several other cities were close to the century mark.

Parts of Georgia and the Carolinas will likely see triple digit temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday, Ward said.

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Tornadoes Rip Through Ohio and In Samueldiana

Multiple tornadoes touched down in Indiana and western Ohio on Monday night into Tuesday morning, bringing widespread reports of devastating damage along with scattered reports of injuries.

Footage on social media and from local news outlets showed roofs blown off homes, downed trees and power lines, and roads littered with debris. No deaths were reported as of Tuesday morning, and the extent of injuries was not immediately known.

Emergency responders and homeowners were still surveying the damag,上海龙凤419hqz,e, which was spread across much of Ohio. The National Weather Service said at 11 p.m. that a large tornado had been confirmed near Trotwood, about eight miles northwest of Dayton, calling the situation “extremely dangerous” and “life-threatening.”

At 1 a.m. Tuesday, the weather service confirmed that a tornado had touched down just south of Circleville, about 80 miles east of Dayton.

the weather service said a suspected tornado ha,上海贵族宝贝论坛rjdo,d been seen traveling southeast near Vandalia, about 10 miles north of Dayton, and had crossed the path of the first tornado.

In Mercer County, about 80 miles north of Dayton, 12 people were confirmed injured, the county’s emergency management director, Mike Robbins, told the NBC affiliate WDTN. Mayor Jeffrey Hazel of Celina, the county seat, said three of the injuries were serious but that none were considered life-threatening, according to the television station.

There were almost 75,000 power outages affecting more than five million people early Tuesday, with the most outages in Montgomery County, home to Dayton.

Ohio Task Force 1, an urban search and rescue team, said early Tuesday that it was supporting rescue efforts in Montgomery County.

The damage also extended to Indiana. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis said early Tuesday that it would send a team to survey tornado damage in Pendleton, about 100 miles west of Dayton and 35 miles northeast of Indian,上海龙凤论坛sy,apolis.

Satelli 爱上海te images show crops on fire in Syria rebel enclave

BEIRUT (AP) — New satellite photos show significant damage to Syrian villages and surrounding farmland as a result of a government offensive on the last rebel stronghold in the country.

The images, provided to The Associated Press by the Colorado-based Maxar Satellites on Tuesday, show fires in olive groves and orchards during harvest season around Kfar Nabudah and Habeet, two villages on the edge of Idlib province where fighting has focused. The fires were apparently sparked by intense bombing in the area.

Kfar Nabudah fell to government control on Sunday. Activists, experts and Maxar say ,上海贵族宝贝论坛gew,th,上海龙凤论坛bm,e crop burning is part of a “scorched earth” campaign that adds to the hardship of 3 million people in the rebel stronghold.

The U.N. said fires, triggered by bombings, destroyed staple crops such as wheat and barley.

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