An 8-Year-Old Is Hit By A Car In S.E., Fire In FT. Washington Claims The Life Of A Couple

An 8-year-old is hit by a car in S.E….

The 8 year old who was hit by a car in S.E. last night is listed in critical condition. The accident happened on Southern Avenue and 30th Street. The driver stayed on the scene. There’s no word if charges will be filed.

Fire in FT. Washington claims the life of a couple…

Fire Fighters were called to a home in the 500 block of Round Table Drive last night. An elderly couple died as a result and a fire fighter was hurt. The cause is unknown but officials say hoarding conditions helped to allow the fire to spread quickly.

Trump says yes to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un…

It’s news that is shocking the world and leaders here in the U.S. President Trump has accepted and invitation from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. The two will meet face to face, just where and when is unclear. The President wants to do it by May. If it happens Trump will be the first sitting U.S. President to meet with a North Korean leader.

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