Dump Truck Crash Kills 1 in NJ

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One person died Thursday in a mangled crash involving a dump truck and three other cars on a New Jersey highway, leaving one of those vehicles completely crushed, state police say.

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EXPLOSION ROCKS MANHATTAN - NYC

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A large blast sent thick smoke billowing through Manhattan and spewed debris all over the streets, turning the immediate area into a smoking ghost town as traffic cleared.

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Funnel Cloud (Pre-Tornado) Forms Over Brooklyn NY

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A line of severe thunderstorms crossed through New Jersey and into New York City Tuesday.  As they traveled above Brooklyn, a funnel cloud formed over the area; clearly coming close to becoming an actual tornado.

Thankfully, it did not completely form and did not touch ground.  Video below:

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'Baby Trump' is coming to New Jersey; I hope it is SHOT DOWN

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A New Jersey group of activists completed a campaign to bring a giant balloon of baby President Trump to the Garden State, after the blimp stole the show during protests in the U.K. over the weekend.   When it gets here, I hope it is SHOT DOWN with a BB or Pellet rifle, or perhaps with a boat flare gun to also set it on fire in the process.  

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Tropical Storm "Chris" forms off Carolinas - Will Move north Toward NJ & NYC This week

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A Tropical Depression I reported on days ago (Here) has become Tropical Storm "Chris" with sustained winds of 45 MPH off the coast of South Carolina.   

Computer Models show the storm becoming a Hurricane and moving northward toward New Jersey and New York City early this coming week. 

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Heads-Up New Jersey & New York City - Potential HURRICANE forming off South Carolina!

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A tropical Depression has formed off the coast of South Carolina as of Friday, July 6, and computer models say it has a 70% chance of becoming a HURRICANE off the coast of New Jersey and New York City by July 11.   

If that happens, NJ & NYC could find themselves facing a storm with 106 MPH winds NEXT WEEK!

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