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Flights resumed, but residual delays and cancellations are likely worldwide Today after a crash at the word’s third-busiest airport. An Emirates airline flight from India to Dubai International Airport crash-landed yesterday, and all 300 people onboard survived. Though no U.S. airlines fly there, Emirates has frequent-flier partnerships with U.S. carriers JetBlue, Alaska Airlines and Virgin America.
The Bank of England is expected to take steps Today to minimize the economic fallout from the Brexit vote back in June. The United Kingdom’s economy, hurt by uncertainty, has taken a hit since Britain voted to exit the European Union— suffering its fastest rate of decline since the 2009 financial crisis. The U.K. economy is seen sliding into recession. The next steps are in hopes to ease the economic pain a bit.
A departure of teachers from Star Lake Elementary in Federal Way School District is causing concern with parents as the countdown until the first day of school approaches. The district said, “We responded swiftly by reaching out to staff and parents to gather input on the nature of the concerns so we could collaboratively problem solve to strengthen the school climate and culture.” There’s currently a backlog of almost 2,000 teacher applications in need of review.
A group of strangers united to save a woman from jumping into interstate traffic on an overpass in St. Paul. Video shows the group pulling the woman through a hole in a chain link fence Monday evening. The woman had climbed a concrete wall and scale the fence as traffic whizzed by beneath her.The incident happened Monday night between 6 and 7 p.m. on Dale Street, just over I-94.