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The Rio Olympics have been plagued with Zika Virus fears and concerns about water quality. Now it’s protests. Demonstrators protested against over inflated construction contracts, and the removal of some lower income neighborhoods to make room for the games.
Two children lost their life yesterday after being left in a hot vehicle outside a home in Georgia. Investigators said the children were rushed to a hospital, but both later didn’t make it. Before police arrived, neighbors had removed twin 15-month-old girls, from the vehicle and were trying to cool them in a baby pool.
Ford recall to fix doors that could swing open– Defective side door latches in several Ford models issued the recall after discovering one injury and one crash that could be linked to this issue. A faulty spring tab in a side-door latch could break, causing the door not to shut correctly and potentially causing it to swing open while driving. The recall affects the 2013-15 C-MAX, the 2013-15 Escape, the 2012-15 Focus, the 2015 Lincoln MKC, 2015 Mustang and the 2014-16 Transit Connect.
On person lost their life and two more were injured in a house fire in a mobile home in Bonney Lake. They are trying to find out what caused the fire.
A spokesperson for Donald Trump says he plans to visit Seattle for a fundraiser and a rally. They are thinking it may be on August 30, but that could change.