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right now on cbs two this morning...i'm kevin right now on cbs 2 this morning...the reaction from a corridor woman's family, moments after her killer was convicted of first-degree murder. the latest developments at the university of missouri after the school's president is pressured into resigning. the disappointing rating iowa's state government earned for its integrity and transparency. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio.
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we're following a developing story this morning in iowa city. city.right now, police are looking for a suspect who reportedly sexually assaulted three people on the university of iowa campus.the school issued a hawk alert early this morning - they're looking for a white male wearing a red flannel shirt, ripped jeans, and flip-flops.if you have any information - please call police. a corridor man is found guilty in a brutal killing in a grocery store parking lot. it only took a week to convict nicholas luerkens of first degree murder. murder.he stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend lynnsey donald in a marion hy-vee parking lot.
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lot.luerkens family was visibly upset at the verdict. the defense argued he was insane at the time, and that his family and friends noticed a change in his personality. the donald family, however says justice was served.we spoke with the marion police chief and with donald's family after the verdict was read. they say they are grateful the jury considered all the evidence...and added this trial was hard on everyone. "the whole case was tough because of the child, because of the graphic of the scene and the video." video." "her son ashton, as you know, will never have his mommy again so any and all help for this little boy will greatly be appreciated." appreciated."luerkens will be formally sentenced on january 8-th, but a first degree murder charge does come with mandatory sentence of life in parole. the man arrested for causing a school bus crash near manchester will soon be in court.police says monte klink was drunk when he slammed into a west delaware bus last month. month.the force of the
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accident caused the bus to roll over twice.no one was killed -- but the crash did send dozens of children to the hospital.klink is scheduled to be in court next week. another cbs 2 news follow up, amid protests on the campus of the university of missouri, president tim wolfe resigned. resigned.hours after that resignation, the chancellor at the school, r. bowen loftin, announced he too would step down at the end of the year. the protests centered around race relations, and accusations that wolfe did not do enough to combat racist incidents on campus.some faculty members were planning a walk out of class, and about 30 members of the football team threatened to boycott their game this weekend.wolfe apologized for not taking action sooner. "i take full responsibility for the frustration and i take full responsibility for the inaction that has occurred." occurred."an interim president will be named soon, the schools governing board will also appoint an officer to oversee diversity and equality.
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the football team is set to resume practice today.if they would've had to cancel the game, it could've cost the school more than a million dollars. new details this morning on onan officer involved shooting at a college campus in south carolina.one person was killed and another person is right now in custody.the campus was put on lockdown last night after authorities say a police officer was investigating a possible vehicle break in when two suspects tried to flee in a car -- hitting the officer. that's when the officer shot at the suspects and killed one. the officer wasn't seriously hurt. lawyers say the body camera video from a shooting in louisiana that left a 6-year- old boy dead shows his father with his hands in the air inside his car. car.the two officers are in jail right now on a million dollars bond.they've had complaints of excessive force before.in 2014 -- a man says he was legally carrying a gun at an independence day festival when the two hand-cuffed him and shocked him with a taser.yesterday -- the little boy was laid to rest while his father is
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recovering in a hospital. continuing coverage, governor terry branstad branstadsays he will not delay the privatization of the state's medicaid program. democratic lawyers asked the state to delay the state to delay penalties that will hit providers that don't sign contracts with private companies by january first.the plan to privatize coverage has come under scrutiny recently. branstad says the program will improve health care in iowa. in waterloo waterloothe city is warning residents against giving water from their faucet, to infants. waterloo water works says a well on east dale street had a nitrate level above what is allowed.officials shut down that well on friday and will keep it closed until nitrate levels are safe again.nitrates can cause health problems for young kids, especially infants. tonight -- republican candidates are back on stage for the forth g-o-p debate, this time in milwaukee. tonight -- the main debate will only have the top 8 candidates -- dropping chris christie and mike huckabee to the earlier debate.this one is hosted by the fox business
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network and the wall street journal -- and it's the first forum since the c-n-b-c debate that left a majority of the candidates complaining about the questions asked by the moderators.more tough questions might be in store for ben carson -- who is near the top of many polls right now -- but he just spent the past week addressing inconsistencies about his autobiography. all three democratic candidates are preparing for their next debate in des moines later this week.you'll be able to watch it live -- saturday night right here on cbs 2.coverage begins at eight. hillary clinton is receiving support from a national women's group.the head of emily's list is stumping for clinton. clinton.stephanie schriock formally endorsed the former secretary of state the same day she announced her candidacy.last night schriock was in cedar rapids highlighting clinton's support of planned parenthood in the face of recent criticism. "it's really the power of the people here and it goes door to door when it comes to iowa and that's exactly what we need are these conversations, there's a lot to talk about." about."emily's list is holding another event for clinton this
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and for more political news, don't miss 'iowa in focus'.i host that show every sunday morning at 10:30, right here on cbs 2.it also airs at 9-30 on our sister station -- fox 28. for the first time in nearly a year, and since tensions have been rising between israel and palestine, the president met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. netanyahu.israel strongly opposed the iran nuclear deal the president pushed for earlier this year.at the white house monday, president obama condemned recent palestinian attacks against israeli citizens.and although peace between the two sides looks out of reach right now, both obama and netanyahu say they are committed to finding peace in the middle east. it's after the break... break...the police officer who went from protector to participant during a marathon
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georgia.in your cbs 2 jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the
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a special moment caught on camera is making the rounds on the internet. internet.it's the picture of a police officer in georgia, helping a fallen runner, cross the finish line. line.ben williamson explains what happened before this viral moment. moment. "my face feels alright, but my calves are a little sore," said marathon runner, robert mccoy.mccoy, bruised and sore, is already anxious for his next race. over the weekend, with less than half-a-mile left in the half marathon, mccoy collapsed, busting open his face and leaving his knees bloodied."i knew i had to get up. i knew that. i was kind of doing this for my dad. he passed in april of this year, and i was just trying to get this done for him," said mccoy. he drew motivation from his dad, who passed away after a battle with cancer. mccoy, a cancer survivor himself, knows about himself, knows survivor cancer mccoy, a cancer. battle with away after a battle with cancer. mccoy, a cancer survivor himself, knows about challenges. what he didn't know, is that he would not have to face this one on his
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running to help."hearing his plea to finish that race, i knew i had to help," said sgt. john cain, scmpd.several tried to tell mccoy to stop and stay down to get help, but the duo pushed on."i was encouraging him and telling him, 'come on, we are almost there.' he told me he wanted to run and i said 'not too fast, 'cause you will leave me behind," the officer said.mccoy, who does not remember much, does remember those words - pushing him to those words - pushing him to finish."i do remember that, he kept saying, 'you got this.""i do not think i had a chance to thank the sergeant, because they threw me in a wheelchair and took me to the medic," said mccoy.the photo and story has gone viral - something neither one of them had thought or planned."it has emotionally touched me to the point where i feel it here," the sergeant said, touching his heart.as for mccoy, there is no "taking a break." "running keeps me going. i just want to run. i am not used to the run. i am not just want to me going. i "running keeps break.""taking a there is no as for mccoy, heart. touching his sergeant said, here," the where i feel it the point touched me to emotionally "it has planned. thought or them had neither one of something gone viral - story has the photo and story has gone viral - something neither one of them had thought or planned."it has emotionally touched me to the point where i feel it here," the sergeant said, touching his heart.as for mccoy, there is no "taking a break."
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it's now on this morning. morning.still to come... come...the eastern iowa group working to help expecting mothers stay healthier before
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welcome back - that says nearly half of u-s mom's gain too much weight during pregnancy. pregnancy.the march of dimes also gave the state of iowa a "c" grade when it comes to premature birth. i spoke with a group in waterloo called "centering pregnancy" who is seeing improvement in these areas. areas. a new baby gets oo's and ahs from every direction, (nat pop of people talking to the baby or oogling over the baby) but before the oogling comes lots of hard work and preparation
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is alexander curtis, he sleeps a lot and a pretty happy guy. with a cry and a head full of hair, alexander curtis came into the world in october at 6 pounds 12 point 6 ounces. (show morgan oogling over him) he's morgan's first baby so you can imagine how many questions she had. being part of a group in waterloo called centering pregnancy was a huge help to her. amy wright: centering pregnancy is a model of health care that's really coming into the u-s with some force. along with going to their scheduled checkups, expectant mothers also attend an educational group. it's the same number of appointments they have with the one on one but instead in a setting where the women all come together and share their experiences together.i think for a first time it was really good. it just made me feel more comfortable with what i was going through.the women hear from several experts like dieticians and lactation consultants. and they hold each other accountable with taking care of their bodies. during each meeting they take their weight and blood pressure.a lot of times they'll be like i just gained 10 pounds another participant next to them will be like girl
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center has even found some interesting stats showing how centering improves birth weight and breastfeeding rates. the key outcomes that we have been seeing is black hawk county historically has the average low birthrate rating within babies that are born here in the county. so we are finding the average weight for babies is about half a pound more for those that are more for half a pound babies is about half a pound more for those that are in centering than participants that aren't in centering.and 60 percent of women who are in the program end up breastfeeding their babies as opposed to 40 percent who just go to the clinic. we talk a lot about meeting our nutritional needs in group. we also provide them with healthy snacks to demonstrate. : it made me more comfortable in this crazy pregnancy thing i was going through.this particualr group was diverse. they are each in different stages of life and different ages. morgan said the group was intimate and she knows they all felt comfortable asking questions together. i thought it was really neat to hear what they were going through and how
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they're preparing and different things they had come up with that i hadn't thought of. they came they laugh they giggle they cry they grow together they watch eachother grow together and it forms things they'll never forget.:10 it was fun coming i always looked forward to it. this group was made possible because of a grant from the march of dimes. dimes.leaders of centering pregnancy hope to see more of these groups pop up around iowa.if you'd like more information visit this story on our website. it's coming up... up...the steps the university of iowa is taking to recognize local heroes on veterans day. day.in your cbs 2 weather first in your cbs 2 weather
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it's coming up next... next...how one eastern iowa family is having an even bigger impact than they hoped for trying to help local
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cbs 2 this morning...the new information about yesterday's shooting that killed two americans. the latest information about the russian airliner that crashed in egypt -- and why it's sparking changes to airport security. the new social media account from one of the most powerful people in the world. welcome to cbs two this
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morning...we're looking now at happy tuesday, i'm kelly d'ambrosio d'ambrosioand i'm kevin barry. come join us today at 7am over on fox28.today at 7am come join us barry.and i'm kevin and i'm kevin barry.come join us today at 7am over on fox28. we're talking with the cedar rapids library about the best books for kids today! today!plus we'll hear about some of the scams that are targeting our military veterans and how to protect your family from them.for now let's head over to justin, what should we wear today? let's get a check of our cbs 2
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new this morning, a u-s official says the death toll from a deadly shooting in jordan has risen to 8, including two americans. americans.two other americans were injured in the shooting after a jordanian peace officer opened fire on foreign trainers monday.u-s officials say he was recently fired but it's not clear if that was the reason for the shooting. u-s intelligence officials are becoming more confident that a terrorist's bomb brought down a russian passenger plane last week in egypt.and now -- u-s authorities say they are increasing security at some airports in the middle east that have direct flights to the u-s including cairo -- kuwait and amman, jordan. "i want people to know that their aviation security officials working on their behalf are continually evaluating threats, potential threats, and we make adjustments all the time." time."on monday -- russian inspectors examined security procedures at the airport in
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egypt where the jetliner took off.an official cause for the crash still has not been released. the remains of seven crew members from the u-s-s oklahoma from pearl harbor have been identified. identified.the military says their names will be released after their families have been told.the crew members were buried as "unknowns" after thier boat capsized during the 1941 bombing until they could be id'd using dental records. back in june -- the defense pow-mia accounting agency began digging up remains to identify the long lost soldiers. just in time for the country to honor all service men and women for veterans day tomorrow,an outpouring of generosity in the corridor hasn't just helped one veteran... but now two. two.crystal wherry wanted to help her brother heith hinds, who suffers from p-t-s-d, by getting him a companion dog. they were eventually able to raise two and a half times more money than what was needed to pay for and train his new service dog, which will help ease the symptoms of ptsd.the siblings chose to use
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local veterans a service dog. its great, it really makes me feel appreciated for everything that i had to do and the fact that people are willing to look out for veterans like that is awesome. awesome.if you want to be connected to ways you can help keep it going, you can find this story on our website, cbs-2-iowa-dot-com. the university of iowa is making sure veterans on campus leave their mark. mark.the university now has a map on display at the school's library.each pin marks where veterans connected to the campus have served around the world.the university will keep this map up through thursday. also at the university of iowa, more than five thousand american flags right now dot the west lawn of the pentacrest.over the weekend, the u-i veterans association placed the flags to honor veterans who are linked to the u-i community.those flags will be on display all week, through saturday. the p-c-i medical pavillion in
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cedar rapids is home to a new cancer detection machine. machine.the pet c-t scanner gives patients a much more detailed image of any problems on their organs and tissues.it uses a special technology allowing doctors to detect cancers earlier.technologists who will use the machine say it should also provide patients with more answers. "it is an entire body scan that will show you yes there is cancer, how bad it is that cancer, if they do have it, is it anywhere else in the body or just in one spot?" spot?"doctors hope to start using it in december. washington state health officials say they've found no source for the e. coli outbreak related relatedto chipotle in the pacific northwest.food tested from chipotle restaurants in washington and oregon came back negative for the bacteria. about 40 people were sickened during the outbreak.the restaurant is expected to now re-open 43 locations that closed. a virginia fraternity at the center of a discredited story by rolling stone is now suing the magazine for defamation.
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defamation.they're seeking 25- million dollars in damages ... over the way they were portrayed in the november 2014 story "a rape on campus."the piece detailed a gang rape that took place at the fraternity.the story however unraveled due to questions about the credibility of the girl who made the rape claim. in a statement, the franternity said student and alumni members suffered threats and damage to their reputations because of the story. tonight -- the hawkeye football team learns if it's any closer to making the college football playoffs. playoffs.the black and gold came in at number nine when the first rankings were released last week.but three teams that were ahead of them lost this past saturday.the new playoff standings will be annoucned on e-s-p-n at six tonight.iowa plays at kinnick saturday night against minnesota. this morning -- russia is responding to allegations that they have a deeply rooted culture of cheating in international sports.and now the world anti-doping agency has suspended the accreditation of moscow's drug testing lab.they say the
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athletes to use performance enhancers.a spokesman for russian president vladimir putin said this morning that the accusations appear to be unfounded.the international association of athletics federation president said he's not ruling out banning russia from the 20-16 olympics. it's never too late to join facebook.president obama has now debuted his very own page on the social media site . .his first post is a two- minute video showing the president walking through his white house backyard.he says now's the time to join facebook, with nearly three in four adults active on it. aside from the official white house page, there is another 'barack obama' facebook account.the president has been more active on social media nearing the end of his second term.he also joined twitter in may.
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it's it's coming up next... next...the latest changes to one family amusement park after a wave of criticism.
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weather first if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
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seaworld is phasing out their killer whale shows at the sand diego park.it comes after low attendance and a wave of criticism. criticism.seawold announced at an investor conference that they'll phase out the shows by the end of 2016.and it will debut a new orca experience with a "strong conservation message" in 2017.attendance at the san diego park has dropped and seaworld has faced animal cruelty claims, after the 2013 documentary "blackfish." good morning, it's on this morning, morning, it's on this good morning, it's on this morning, we'll have another look at
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seaworld is phasing out - it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ we're following a developing story this morning in iowa city. city.right now, police are looking for a suspect who reportedly sexually assaulted three people on the university of iowa campus.the school issued a hawk alert early this morning - they're looking for
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a white male wearing a red flannel shirt, ripped jeans, and flip-flops.if you have any information - please call police. a corridor man is found guilty in a brutal killing in a grocery store parking lot. it only took a week to convict nicholas luerkens of first degree murder. murder.he stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend lynnsey donald in a marion hy-vee parking lot. lot.luerkens family was visibly upset at the verdict. the defense argued he was insane at the time, and that his family and friends noticed a change in his personality. the donald family, however says justice was served.we spoke with the marion police chief and with donald's family after the verdict was read. they say they are grateful the jury considered all the evidence...and added this trial was hard on everyone. "the whole case was tough because of the child, because of the graphic of the scene and the video." video." "her son ashton, as you know, will never have his mommy again so any and all help for this little boy will greatly be appreciated."
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formally sentenced on january 8-th, but a first degree murder charge does come with mandatory sentence of life in prison without the chance of parole. the man arrested for causing a school bus crash near manchester will soon be in court.police says monte klink was drunk when he slammed into a west delaware bus last month. month.the force of the accident caused the bus to roll over twice.no one was killed -- but the crash did send dozens of children to the hospital.klink is scheduled to be in court next week. another cbs 2 news follow up, amid protests on the campus of the university of missouri, president tim wolfe resigned. resigned.hours after that resignation, the chancellor at the school, r. bowen loftin, announced he too would step down at the end of the year. the protests centered around race relations, and accusations that wolfe did not do enough to combat racist incidents on campus.some faculty members were planning a walk out of class, and about 30 members of the football team threatened to boycott their game this weekend.wolfe apologized for not taking action sooner.
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"i take full responsibility for the frustration and i take full responsibility for the inaction that has occurred." occurred."an interim president will be named soon, the schools governing board will also appoint an officer to oversee diversity and equality. the football team is set to resume practice today. new details this morning on onan officer involved shooting at a college campus in south carolina.one person was killed and another person is right now in custody.the campus was put on lockdown last night after authorities say a police officer was investigating a possible vehicle break in when two suspects tried to flee in a car -- hitting the officer. that's when the officer shot at the suspects and killed one. the officer wasn't seriously hurt. continuing coverage, governor terry branstad branstadsays he will not delay the privatization of the state's medicaid program. democratic lawyers asked the state to delay penalties that will hit providers that don't sign contracts with private companies by january first.the
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come under scrutiny recently. branstad says the program will improve health care in iowa. in waterloo waterloothe city is warning residents against giving water from their faucet, to infants. waterloo water works says a well on east dale street had a nitrate level above what is allowed.officials shut down that officials shut down that well on friday and will keep it closed until nitrate levels are safe again.nitrates can cause health problems for young kids, especially infants. tonight -- republican candidates are back on stage for the forth g-o-p debate, this time in milwaukee. tonight -- the main debate will only have the top 8 candidates -- dropping chris christie and mike huckabee to the earlier debate.this one is hosted by the fox business network and the wall street journal -- and it's the first forum since the c-n-b-c debate that left a majority of the candidates complaining about the questions asked by the moderators.more tough questions might be in store for ben carson -- who is near the top of many polls right now -- but he just spent the past week addressing inconsistencies about his
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all three democratic candidates are preparing for their next debate in des moines later this week.you'll be able to watch it live -- saturday night right here on cbs 2.coverage begins at eight. hillary clinton is receiving support from a national women's group.the head of emily's list is stumping for clinton. clinton.stephanie schriock formally endorsed the former secretary of state the same day she announced her candidacy.last night schriock was in cedar rapids highlighting clinton's support of planned parenthood in the face of recent criticism. "it's really the power of the people here and it goes door to door when it comes to iowa and that's exactly what we need are these conversations, there's a lot to talk about." about."emily's list is holding another event for clinton this morning in cedar falls. and for more political news, don't miss 'iowa in focus'.i host that show every sunday morning at 10:30, right here on cbs 2.it also airs at 9-30 on our sister station -- fox 28. for the first time in nearly a year, and since tensions have been rising between israel and palestine, the president met
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with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. netanyahu.israel strongly opposed the iran nuclear deal the president pushed for earlier this year.at the white house monday, president obama condemned recent palestinian attacks against israeli citizens.and although peace between the two sides looks out of reach right now, both obama and netanyahu say they are committed to finding peace in the middle east. it's now on this morning. morning.we'll take a look at what's coming up on fox 28 morning live before we send
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you'll switch over to fox 28 right now for fox 28 morning live.coming up - as we get ready for veterans day - crooks are targeting our service-men and women.barbara green from the better business bureau will explain some of the different types of scams and how they can be avoided.
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avoided.plus - we're celebrating young readers day with the cedar rapids public library!they'll share some of the best books teens and kids can read right teens and kids
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>> good morning. it is tuesday, november 10th, 2015 a. high stakes faceoff, presidential hopefuls, donald trump tries to fend off ben carson and a rising marco rubio. a security scare at one of the america's busiest airports. a s.w.a.t. team searches a plane
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