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Trump visits first responders in Florida shooting
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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited Broward Health North Hospital in Florida on Feb. 16, two days after a teen gunman fatally shot 17 people at a local high school.

The president and the first lady thanked doctors, nurses, and medical professionals for their response to Wednesday's mass shooting.

President Trump also visited the Broward County Sheriff's Office on the same day. He applauded the short amount of time it took to get victims to the hospital.

First Lady Melania also thanked the responders for keeping the children safe.

Credit: AP

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Drone Footage Captures Aftermath of Devil's Wood Yard Eruption in Caribbean
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2018-02-18    0 views
Footage from a drone has captured the aftermath of the Devil’s Woodyard mud volcano eruption in the village of Hindustan near New Grant, Trinidad and Tobago, on Feb. 13.

Credit: Ansari Baksh via Storyful

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mexico earthquake
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2018-02-17    1 views
A worker in a Mexico City office recorded a tense moment as his colleagues lined up against the walls watch the lights sway above them during a 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit southwest Mexico on Feb. 16.

The footage was recorded in the Torre Diana office building.

The quake left nearly a million homes and businesses without power in Mexico City and the south and damaged at least 50 homes in Oaxaca.

The state, along with Mexico City, is still reeling from earthquakes that caused widespread damage in September and killed at least 471 people.

Credit: Chilakiller via Storyful / Chilakiller via Storyful / TWITTER @CARLOSTOMASINI / ABELARDO PLATAS / GUSTAVO SERRANE - BUZZFEED MEXICO / ENRIQUE VERA

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Eagles Parade Draws Enormous Crowd


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Published at: 2018-02-08

All roads and rails lead to Philadelphia as fans pour into the city for the Eagles' Super Bowl parade.

People began lining the 5-mile route before dawn Thursday.

Hundreds of thousands of roaring, jubilant fans are in position to cheer their heroes along the way to the Philadelphia art museum's famed "Rocky" steps.

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce took advantage of his appearance at the Eagles’ homecoming parade, when took a police bicycle for a ride while dressed in a sultan costume.

A clip shared to Twitter by Philadelphia-based sports producer Mark Meany shows Kelce riding the police bike in front of one of the team buses, much to the delight of the onlooking crowd.

Earlier in the day, Kelce took his passion to a new level when he chugged a beer with fans.

Credit: AP, Mark Meany via Storyful, Logan Mcdonald via Storyful

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