“It’s fair to say that the vast majority of the nation has been experiencing above normal temperatures for the past week,” said David Robinson, New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University.
“All the experience we’ve had with fires is out the window,” said Los Angeles County Deputy Fire Chief John Tripp, one of many who noted the fire’s special volatility on Sunday.
“They were definitely wolverine tracks,” Stermer told the Sierra Sun newspaper (http://bit.ly/2apR99p).
Police detained three people and said the area around the club had been deemed safe, police Capt. Jim Mulligan said in a statement
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“For those that think life is perfect for people of color, I want you to listen to that conversation and tell me we don’t have social issues in this nation,” said Acevedo, who is Hispanic. “Issues of bias. Issues of racism. Issues of people being looked at different because of their color.”
“I see incidents with a white person with a gun on their hip and … they don’t pull their gun. They pull their Taser to calm them down,” said Travis Haynes, 35, of Orlando, who is black. “But when it comes to a black man, the first thing they do is draw their gun.”
“The two officers viewed the threat to themselves and the public as immediate, stopped their patrol vehicle and exited the vehicle even before it was in park,” Montalvo said. “Once the threat was contained, officers activated their cameras.”
“If she would have told the other officers, maybe they wouldn’t have shot,” said Matthews, a 73-year-old African-American. He ran a North Miami flower shop before retiring and has lived in the area for years. He said he has never had a problem with North Miami police.