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Shooting over a dispute
An internal conflict between two men apparently caused a shooting and killing at the start of Sunday evening in the northeastern side of Atlanta. Atlanta police officers were sent to the Auburn Street and Jesse Hill junior where they discovered the wounded man who was seem to be seriously wounded by gunfire. The alleged victim was immediately transferred and was widely reported to be in a critical condition in a hospital emergency room. One suspect was arrested around this point by the authorities. The victim appeared to be shot throughout a bitter dispute followed up by further case investigation. Police operate as per the jurisdiction to help determine the exact circumstances of the incident that happened.
Two fled suspects died in the state of Atlanta
A local new channel of Atlanta confirmed that 2 men died on Friday while they were desperately trying to escape the police officers who tried to challenge a felony warrant. Both of the individuals collapsed and died instead on the ground while they hit into a tree and power post. Appeal to the incident was created by the State Police officials. Based on the most recent information provided by the GSP, a criminal warrant was executed on the Southeastern Park Road of United States Marshals for murder, assault, robbery, and were charged with aggravated aggression. There was no pursuit against the accused, officials reported. The primary care physician was at 12:00 on the place if incident while the dead bodies were taken away from the suspected car.
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The first person died, he was able to overcome HIV
Timothy Ray Brown, considered the first person in the world to defeat HIV
Timothy Ray Brown died at 15:10 at his home surrounded by family and people close to him. This was told by his partner Tim Heffgen. The man passed away after five months of battling leukemia.
Timothy Brown, also known as the "Berlin Patient," underwent a bone marrow transplant in 2007 to treat leukemia. As a result, Brown was able to recover from HIV. In 2019, he had a relapse of blood cancer.
F-35B fighter collided with an air tanker
While refueling in the air from a KS-130J tanker aircraft, the fifth-generation F-35B Lightning II fighter of the Marine Corps crashed and crashed. As a result of the plane crash that occurred on September 29, the second aircraft, an air tanker, made a hard landing at the air base.
The crews were practicing mid-air refueling when the collision occurred - the F-35B lost control, its pilot ejected, he survived. The fighter crashed to the ground and fell apart in two.
Several people were injured, but it is not known exactly how many people were seriously injured.