So we wanted to show that you can do anything you want. You just have to find what it is you want.”Most of the students said their favorite part of the day was when they got to see a rescue helicopter land on the playground. For the adults who spoke at the event, however, they said the questions the students asked was the best part, even if they were challenging.”The questions they ask, a lot of them are off the wall questions that make you laugh,” said Michael Groce, a flight paramedic.
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Lauren Owens, a fourth grader at Clarksville (Ind.) Elementary School, was one of three people killed in a fiery crash on Interstate 64 Saturday night. (Source: Clarksville Community Schools)Sisters Lauren and Samantha Owens were two of the three people killed in a fiery crash on Interstate 64 Saturday night, according to a press release from the Clarksville Community Schools. (Source: Trimarc)Samantha Owens was one of three people killed in a fatal crash on Interstate 64 Saturday night.
Went into depression for a short period of time and I really had no self worth, and I had no idea what I was going to do with my life, he revealed. Don’t want to say the rest of my life because, man, I was a kid. I didn’t have anything going on. NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) We are learning more about the deaths of two children in Smyrna last week as officials have released the 911 call soon after their mother discovered their bodies.While Savanna, 2, and Daniel, 3, were left in a hot car in the driveway of the family home in Smyrna last Thursday and later died, police said their mother, Samantha Harper, 25, was asleep.”My kids got outside and they got in my car, and I think they both dead now,” Harper is overheard saying to emergency dispatch.In the phone call, Harper doesn know how long her children had been in the hot car.Dispatcher: You their mother?Harper: Yes I their mother. (crying)Dispatcher: How long have they been in the car?Harper: I don know.Dispatcher: Do you think they passed away?Harper: (loud breathing)Dispatcher: Do you think they are? Do you want to start CPR?Harper: They passed away.Smyrna police confirm to the I Team that Harper changed the story from what she told emergency dispatch and when she was later questioned by detectives.Harper is charged with especially aggravated child abuse and neglect, police said, for “knowingly” putting Savanna and Daniel in the hot car and causing their deaths.Dispatcher: When the last time you seen them?Harper: I want to say it was between 11 and 12.Dispatcher: 11 and 12 today?Harper: Yes!Dispatcher: Are you sure about that?Harper: What time is it now?Dispatcher: It 3:30.Just a few moments later, you can hear sirens on the way, and Harper asks a police officer if the officer can help her children.Officer: How long they been in this car?Harper: I don know! They took a nap, I took a nap, and I guess I must been asleep for some time! I don know how they got out.But by then, it was too late. The children were dead, likely from heat stroke, and now Harper is charged with their deaths.Nashville Predators fall to Winnipeg Jets 5 4Nashville Predators fall to Winnipeg Jets 5 4Updated: Sunday, March 25 2018 10:31 PM EDT2018 03 26 02:31:56 GMT.