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Explosion in Superior, WI

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An explosion and fire rocked the Husky Energy oil refinery in Superior, Wisconsin around 10am this morning, sending at least six people to the hospital. Officials say as of now there are no reports of fatalities. This witness says:
there was an explosion, along with a fireball of black smoke. It’s believed an asphalt leak led to the explosion. Some residents are reporting the explosion shook their house windows up to two miles away. Smoke from the scene is also visible for many miles.

By |April 26th, 2018|Blog, News|Comments Off on Explosion in Superior, WI|

Mick Fleetwood almost, but not quite, confirms Lindsey Buckingham was “fired” from Fleetwood Mac

Live Nation Entertainment The members of Fleetwood Mac won't quite say they've fired Lindsey Buckingham, but they get awfully close. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Mick Fleetwood complains that "Words like 'fired' are ugly references as fa...
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Ice Death Near Floodwood

An 82 year old Wright Minnesota man died in an UTV accident on Prairie Lake, near Floodwood.
The man, identified as Wallace Schulke, and 61 year old Mark Schulke were riding a UTV on Prairie, when witnesses said they fell through the ice. St. Louis County Sheriff’s Deputies and first responders pulled the victims from the ice. Mark Schulke was transported to a Duluth hospital for minor injuries. First responders attempted life-saving measure on Wallace Schulke, but were unsuccessful.
The cause of the accident is the result of unsafe ice. St, Louis County Sheriff’s office reminds the public that ice conditions are not safe at this time of year.

By |April 24th, 2018|Blog, News|Comments Off on Ice Death Near Floodwood|

No One Injured in Train Derailment

Sunday morning, three cars in a Canadian National train derailed near Highway 101 in Mountain Iron. The cars remained upright and held their load. Trailing cars remained on the tracks. Traffic was able to continue across the highway. The three cars were hauling iron ore. A crew was on scene Sunday to repair the damage.

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