The Cooler is a full read this morning. Lots going on in the news. Here's some of it.
A- WSVN: With all the bus benches a few feet from the curb, it's a wonder this doesn't happen more often.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (WSVN) -- Six people were injured after a car crashed into a bus stop.B- WSVN: You knew this was coming.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue had to scramble both its air rescue units to the area where the crash occurred, near Northwest 199th Street and Second Avenue, at around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Six people were treated on the scene and transported to area hospitals. Four of them were airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
According to Miami Gardens Police, the car involved in this crash was traveling at a high rate of speed on 199th Street when it hit a black car. The impact sent the white car careening into the bus stop, located in front of a CVS.
The four airlifted are all in critical condition. One other person suffered minor injuries and another had serious injuries.
DORAL, Fla. (WSVN) -- The family of a victim from a sudden collapse is heading to court.C- Herald: Make sure you wear a comfortable pair of shoes.
A relative of Robert Budhoo filed a new lawsuit Tuesday. The 53-year-old electrician was the final body pulled from the debris of a construction site at Miami-Dade College's West Campus.
The Salvation Army of Broward County is looking for high-energy, friendly people from age 18 to 80 to ring bells at its red kettles throughout the county. The season begins Nov. 16 and the job pays $8 an hour.D- Herald: Morin.
E- Palm Beach Post: Incoming!
A tropical storm watch has been issued for South Florida’s east coast from Jupiter Inlet to the top of the Keys, the National Hurricane Center announced early this morning.F- TC Palm: Nice.
Forecasters expect storm conditions to arrive by Thursday night and peak sometime Friday as Tropical Storm Sandy comes closest to our area, passing over the Bahamas.
“Saturday I got a phone call from the White House and they asked if I would come to the debate. I was like ‘let me check my schedule,’” he recalled, laughing. “I said I’d love to.”G- WPLG: The wordsmiths at Channel 10 must be extra proud of themselves for coming up with this headline.
But Van Duzer he said wasn’t told then where he’d be seated.
“So Monday we’re on our way to the debate and I got another phone call from the White House and they said ‘I just want you to know you’ll be sitting next to the First Lady’ and I was like ‘you’ve got to be kidding me.’” he said. “On my way down is when I found out, right when I was getting ready to leave Port St. Lucie at my house I got the phone call that they wanted to put me right next to the First Lady.