Bode Miller and wife, Morgan, raise awareness on child drownings

Two families brought together by tragedy are now working to turn their pain into a platform for change. In June, Emmy, the 19-month-old daughter of Olympic gold medal ski racer Bode Miller and his wife, Morgan, drowned in a swimming pool. On the same day, Nicole Hughes’ energetic 3-year-old, Levi, also drowned. Two months later, the families are working to sound the alarm on drowning dangers. Dana Jacobson reports.

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Engine is ripped off as Chinese plane lands in a downpour in Manila - Daily Mail

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A Chinese Xiamen Air plane has veered off a rain-soaked runway when attempting to land in the Philippines. The aircraft landed on its second attempt before skidding onto the grass and ripping off its left engine, Manila International airport general manager Ed Monreal said. Passengers escaped via emergency chutes but no injuries were reported. An investigation is underway to establish the cause of the accident. Original Article: Original Video: Daily Mail Facebook: Daily Mail IG: Daily Mail Snap: Daily Mail Twitter: Daily Mail Pinterest: Daily Mail Google+: Get the free Daily Mail mobile app:
Engine is ripped off as Chinese plane lands in a downpour in Manila - Daily Mail