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Fortunately, the pool was not open to the public at the time of the incident. Reports said the auto hit another vehicle and drove at up to 60mph (97km/h) up a hill, through a fence and into the pool. To him, it appeared that her accelerator was stuck. Corey Youso, who had been walking nearby, lunged into the pool and rescued the woman. He said the woman seemed a little dazed and was upset.
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    The Northern Ireland secretary, James Brokenshire , granted extra time once again for the parties represented at the Stormont assembly to reach a deal. He accused British Prime Minister Theresa May of being "reluctant to take personal responsibility to break the deadlock ", and said she needed "greater hands-on involvement".
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    It was the beginning of a freaky attempt to hijack a helicopter that left a gunman dead in a field across from the airport. "Immediately I thought, 'It's a little hot to have this hoodie on, ' and just as he walks by our vehicle and looks at us and just got past that's when he pulled the gray mask over his face", he said.
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    In addition to outfield starter Judge, the Yankees saw catcher Gary Sanchez , second baseman Starlin Castro and pitchers Luis Severino and Dellin Betances chosen to be part of the AL All-Star team. It will be his fifth All-Star appearance in six seasons. Gonzalez did all he could, turning in what was arguably his best first half since his first season as a National in 2012, the last time he was an all-star.
  • Federal Court Rejects Trump Admin's Bid to Delay EPA Regulation on Drilling

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    Under the rule, oil and natural gas companies were required to monitor and plug any methane leaks they detected. The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. "This ruling ... slams the brakes on the Trump administration's brazen efforts to put the interests of corporate polluters ahead of protecting the public and the environment", National Resources Defense Council official David Doniger said.
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    The US behaviour constitutes a serious political and military provocation , Lu said, stressing that the Chinese side is strongly dissatisfied with and firmly opposed it. Last March, CSIS said Chinese structures on Spratlys believed to be for military objective are near completion, adding that Beijing can now deploy defense assets, including warplanes and missile launchers "at any time".
  • Kevin Durant to re-sign with Warriors on massive pay cut

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    Durant makes $25 million in Year 1, according to the Bay Area News Group's Anthony Slater. He took a massive discount. Golden State being able to give raises to these two important role players was helped by Durant taking less money than he could have to re-sign.
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    And Mourinho is unhappy that United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has not completed more deals yet, The Mirror report. United had been hoping to have confirmed Morata's arrival before manager Jose Mourinho's return to the club Carrington training base after his summer break, which may be extended as he continues to mourn the loss of his beloved father Felix.
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    4th of July safety: be smart around fireworks

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    Officials encourages residents to leave fireworks to the professionals and enjoy a local community show. Hayman did not have a damage estimate but did say the homeowner is insured. Those are the best options because police will be out watching for illegal fireworks . "Consumer fireworks cause thousands of burns and eye injuries each year and new laws governing the use of fireworks raise new concerns on behalf of the consumer", he said.
  • City of London 'to press European Union for post-Brexit deal'

    City of London 'to press European Union for post-Brexit deal'

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    According to the newspaper, the delegation, to be led by former City minister Mark Hoban, is independent of the Government, but has the unofficial support of some Whitehall figures. However, the suggestions were rejected by a spokesman for Mr Davis, who denied there had been any change of mood since the election. A Government source said: "With negotiations under way, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union is determined to bolster the Government's engagement with the business ...