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Watch: Good Samaritans lift car off trapped victims after crash

Watch: Good Samaritans lift car off trapped victims after crash

An amazing feat of strength was caught on camera. Four people were hurt when they were hit by a car that crashed on a sidewalk in Washington, D.C. Tuesday. Police said a pickup hit a sedan when it took a turn too wide, WJLA reported. The sedan jumped the curb and ran into pedestrians.  >> Read more trending news  But it was the actions of bystanders that is what people are focusing on. They rushed to the car to try to pull the pedestrians from under the wreckage. The group of people actually lifted and moved the car off two people and the entire thing was caught on video, WJLA reported. WRC reported more than a dozen people rushed to help. In all four people were hit by the car and were injured in the crash, but police said they were all conscious and breathing, taken to area hospitals, WJLA reported.

BA standoff leads to house fire

BA standoff leads to house fire

A 911 call triggered a police response to a Broken Arrow home about 10:30 Thursday. The caller didn’t speak, but the call taker could hear a disturbance over the open line, according to BAPD Ofcr. James Koch. He tells KRMG when officers arrived on the scene, a woman came out and said she was a kidnapping victim, and that the suspect was still inside the home. She had injuries consistent with assault, Koch added, and was taken to an area hospital. But the suspect, later identified as Joey Brashear, 56, still refused to comply with officers’ demands. So the Special Operations Team was deployed, and eventually they used CS and OC gas to try and resolve the standoff. Shortly thereafter, BAFD had to respond to the scene because the house caught fire. It’s unclear if the fire was caused by SOT, or the suspect. Even then, the suspect did not come out of the house, and at this writing investigators still don’t know his status. KRMG will update this story as new information becomes available.

Rain leads to lifted burn bans in wildfire ravaged counties

Rain leads to lifted burn bans in wildfire ravaged counties

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has lifted most of the remaining burn bans in the western part of the state after recent rainfall. There are still 14 counties left on the list as of Thursday. Several large wildfires have burned in western Oklahoma, including one that scorched about 448 square miles in Dewey County. Oklahoma State Forester George Geissler says recent showers have reduced dangerous fire conditions, but notes parts of the state are still at risk for wildfires. Still under the burn ban are: Beaver, Beckham, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Greer, Harmon, Harper, Jackson, Major, Roger Mills, Texas, Woods and Woodward counties in western Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Panhandle.  

Roller coaster Thursday for President Trump on Russia, Cohen, Cabinet

In a turbulent Thursday, President Donald Trump raised new questions about how he might deal with the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections, admitted that Michael Cohen was his lawyer in legal dealings with porn star Stormy Daniels, watched as his Cabinet saw a day of success, verbal scrapes, and setbacks, and then saw a Senate panel approve a bill designed to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

A day after his personal lawyer notified a federal court that he would exercise his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination in a lawsuit brought by Daniels, the President did an interview by [More]