Fire department investigators on Tuesday will interview the sole survivor of a Charleston, West Virginia, house fire that killed seven children and two adults over the weekend, according to Charleston police.
A Charleston, West Virginia, house where six children and two adults perished in a fast-moving fire early Saturday was scheduled to be routinely checked late last month but the inspector was asked to come back at a later time, city officials said.
Going on tour for a week with a band has risks. Sleep is scarce, comfort is extinct and hygiene is difficult to maintain, especially in a conversion van filled with banjos, mandolins and an upright bass. It was the risk I'd take spending a week on tour with The Fox Hunt.
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Inspectors have found "nothing unusual" in the rest of Southwest Airlines' fleet of 737-300s after a football-sized hole in one of the jets forced an emergency landing, an airline spokeswoman said Tuesday.