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Texas Balloon Crash Kills 16; Shootout at Home After NJ 911 Mishap; Folcroft Officer Suped Up Jeep
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/31/16 1:40 am | updated: 07/31/16 1:41 am
A hot air balloon carrying at least 16 people crashed in Central Texas on Saturday; there were no survivors. It happened around 7:40 a.m. in a pasture near Lockhart, TX, about 30 miles south of Austin. The crash site was near some high power lines. A witness heard the sound and saw a large fireball go up. The balloon was operated by Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides. The National Transportation Safety Board will be investigating the accident. The exact number of fatalities has not been confirmed and the identities of the passengers and the pilot have not been released.

A 911 mishap led to shots fired between police and the resident of the wrong address in Cumberland County, New Jersey. On Friday night around 11:30 p.m., two NJ troopers were dispatched to the 300 block of Centerton Road in Upper Deerfield Township. A 911 hangup call was incorrectly traced to the address. 76-year-old Gerald Sykes fired one shot from his shotgun. The police fired four shots into the Sykes' home hitting the homeowner. Sykes' was airlifted to Cooper University Hospital in Camden in critical but stable condition. One officer was treated for a graze wound. The attorney general's office is investigating.

Folcroft Officer Chris Dorman got a big surprise today. The officer is still recovering after being shot 7 times while responding to a routine drug investigation. His father, George, took his Jeep in to take care of a "check engine" light, but that's not all that the guys at Extreme Terrain in Malvern did. As a thank you to Officer Dorman for his service they added a few customizations to his ride for free. Some of the enhancements include a lift-kit, 37” tires, a supercharger, LED lightbar, bumbers, winch, top, and windows. The off road enthusiast was definitely surprised when he was given back his Jeep today at the Southern Delaware Jeep Club (SDJC) Summer Beach Bash in Bowers Beach, Delaware. (see below)

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 07/31 1:41 am
Folcroft Officer Chris Dorman and Jeep


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