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  Explosion partially destroys home in Canoga Park
Posted by: Athena - 09-25-2017, 05:40 PM - Forum: Not Fake News - No Replies

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Quote:CANOGA PARK, Calif. (KABC) -- An explosion at a home in West Hills on Wednesday significantly damaged the structure and scattered debris across a residential block, prompting a response from firefighters and police.

Two people were inside the single-story house, in the 7500 block of Sale Avenue, when the blast happened shortly after 3 p.m. No active fire occurred and no one was injured, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Paramedics evaluated three young children at the scene. It was unclear if those children were at the day care center located next door to the damaged house.

"We heard this giant, like, boom," said neighbor Jordan C'Dealva-Lenik. "At first, we thought it was the big one and we were really scared. So me and my mother, we ran out of the house because we didn't know. The whole house was shaking. We didn't feel any more tremors after that, so we said, OK, it's not an earthquake."

Southern California Gas Company officials and firefighters from three fire companies ensured that utilities were shut down at the location as a precaution, officials said.

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  Drones soar in LA sky for Wonder Woman Blu-Ray launch
Posted by: Athena - 09-25-2017, 05:37 PM - Forum: Not Fake News - No Replies

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Quote:LOS ANGELES (KABC) --
Let's face it, Blu-ray launches aren't exactly exciting events these days.

But Warner Brothers decided to do something different with the release of "Wonder Woman," using drones.

Three-hundred "Intel Shooting Star Drones" took to the sky as part of a synchronized light show, a twinkling digital galaxy floating above the LA skyline.

And every part of the show, from the all-female drone crew to the custom formations featuring Wonder Woman's iconic tiara, paid tribute to the character that has inspired millions.

Even the female cellist behind the film's theme song performed live.

And the drones even changed formations, spelling out power, then grace, then wisdom, before forming the Wonder Woman symbol and even silhouette of the superhero herself.

The Wonder Woman Blu-Ray is available for purchase next Tuesday, Sept. 19.

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