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    "No veteran left behind," Perego recalled in an interview with the outlet. "We just decided that you know what, we are going to go off the plane also if he's going off. If they're gonna take him off, the whole bunch was gonna go off," he said. Nearly 60 Veterans Deboard Plane In Solidarity With One Who Couldn't Fly www.youtube.com Back inside, the group started looking for other flights or modes of transportation and also where to get more batteries for the oxygen concentrator. They stayed at the airport until 5 a.m. while American booked hotel rooms and taxis. The next morning, American provided pizza and transport back to the airport. The airline was also able to deliver extra batteries flown in from Norfolk, Virginia, and book the group on a chartered flight — just for the veterans. When they finally touched down in Tulsa, a crowd of supporters was there to welcome them home. In a statement, the nonprofit that sponsored the trip wrote, "On behalf of the Northeast Oklahoma Veterans Freedom Tour, we...
    Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells and the Miami Open after US officials refused to change their regulations for the unvaccinated Serbian star. The world no 2 was a surprise inclusion in the draw for Indian Wells this week despite not receiving a jab against Covid-19 - a requirement for entry into the United States - as well as mandatory for players in the tournament.  Djokovic's refusal to be jabbed had already seen him kicked out of the Australian Open earlier this year and now he has pulled out of the two competitions after realising he would not receive an exemption. He wrote on Twitter: 'While I was automatically listed in the @bnpparibasopen and @miamiopen draw, I knew, given the entry requirements to the US, it would be unlikely I'd be able to travel there. 'But as international COVID regulations are always being amended, I wanted to wait and see if anything would change. 'The CDC confirmed today that regulations are not changing which means I will not be playing in the US. Novak Djokovic...
    LITTLE Iwan Pugh will be able to open his presents surrounded by family members for the first time this Christmas.  The toddler was born dangerously premature, at just 25 weeks, and didn’t start breathing for a terrifying 18 minutes.  5Tiny Iwan was born at just 25 weeks and given a 17 per cent chance of survivalCredit: fpnw.co.uk©2021 5He is now a happy, lively toddler and looking forward to his first family ChristmasCredit: fpnw.co.uk©2021 5Iwan's parents were told to take photos as the medics feared the baby had only 72 hours to liveCredit: fpnw.co.uk©2021 Mum Abby, a civil servant from Lixwm, north Wales, said: “He’s our little living, breathing miracle.” This Christmas, the Sun’s Joy to the Ward appeal is raising money for NHS Charities Together, which supports more than 230 NHS Charities across the UK, helping to fund things including accommodation for parents like Abby to use while their child is in hospital.  There is still time to donate and The Sun promises to DOUBLE your donations up to £20,000. Abby, who stayed near to the hospital during Iwan's...
    Green Bay Packers star Davante Adams took a huge hit from San Francisco 49ers cornerback Jimmie Ward in the fourth quarter of their matchup on Sunday night. Aaron Rodgers was looking for Adams in triple coverage, and the receiver nearly pulled the ball down before he was hit by Ward. Adams was down for a few moments before being taken off the field and somehow was only on the sidelines for one play before jumping back into the game. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Adams was asked about the hit in the postgame press conference after the Packers won the game, 30-28. "How I was able to get through it is I’m different," Adams told reporters, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Ward was happy there was no flag on the play. THESE NFL TEAMS REMAIN UNBEATEN THROUGH WEEK 3 "I know how to hit pretty good. ... I'm glad there was no flag. Shout out to the ref," Ward said, via NBC Sports Bay Area. Rodgers would target Adams twice in the final drive of the game...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A child was recently told to leave the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park, all because of a disability. As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reported Thursday night, we found out it should never have happened. READ MORE: Scammers Are Impersonating Nearly Every Illinois State Department In Phishing Schemes, And People Are Falling For It Jordan Block, 10, and his family love an escape to Chicago from west suburban Warrenville. They especially love dipping into the shallow water at the Crown Fountain. “There’s not much else I can do, and that is something I can do – so it’s fun for me,” Jordan said. Jordan went this week after a doctor’s appointment for his spinal muscular atrophy, which has left him confined to a wheelchair. It was poised to be quite the treat for him on a hot day – until he was told to leave. “Surprised,” Jordan said. “Yeah, I said, like, I’ve been here before and have been able to do it.” But a security guard explained to Jordan’s mom that he was a liability, on...
    AN elderly man has died after he was attacked by a swarm of around 60,000 “very aggressive” bees as he mowed his lawn. Thomas Hicks, 70, was tending to his garden Monday afternoon in Breckenridge, Texas, when the bees swarmed around him and attacked. 5Thomas and Zoni at their home in TexasCredit: Facebook 5It's thought the noise from the lawn mower aggravated the beesCredit: Breckenridge Fire Department He died after going into cardiac arrest due to the severity of the stings. “He got attacked outside, ran in the house to let his wife know, ‘Hey, this is what’s going on.’ The bees followed him in,” said Fire Chief Calvin Chaney. Firefighters had to fight through the swarm of bees to help Hicks’ wife Zoni out of the house and to safety. She was taken to hospital for treatment for her bee stings but was able to return home Tuesday morning. Zoni told Big Country Homepage she had gone out shopping but before leaving she warned her husband not to go out in the back yard due to the bees. 5Zoni...
    A mum whose son was born without legs and with one arm with a webbed hand says she never considered terminating her pregnancy as she praised her 'perfect' little boy.   Rosie Higgs was warned ahead of 11-month-old Henry's birth he could have Amniotic Band Syndrome, where a baby's limbs are inhibited from growing properly in the womb. But she ignored family and friends asking if she was going to terminate the pregnancy and calls the decision the 'best she's ever made'. Henry has also had an operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital to separate his webbed hand and now loves to splash around in the bath, wiggle his little hand and reach out and touch his toys. Little Henry, 11 months, with (from left) Michael, seven, sister Alice, 13, mum Rosie, 29, and dad Peter, 39 Special needs school assistant Rosie, 29, from Harrow, London said: 'When I was told my baby would only have one arm - and no legs - I was so worried and upset. 'There was no doubt in my mind that I was keeping...
    Derek Kerstetter suffered a brutal injury during the Texas win over Kansas State but received some encouraging news on the injury all things considered. Texas football scored 69 points in their win over Kansas State but the enthusiasm and joy you’d typically have after a win of that magnitude were subdued after the injury to Derek Kerstetter. The senior offensive lineman was carted off in the second quarter after his leg bent in a way no human should ever have their leg bent. He gave a “horns up” salute as he was carted off the field but he was immediately taken to an area hospital for further evaluation.Derek Kerstetter suffered a dislocated ankle and broken fibulaAt the hospital, Kerstetter was diagnosed with a dislocated ankle and fractured fibula. He avoided any torn ligaments and was able to fly home on the Texas football team charter. This isn’t entirely good news, but it’s a bit of a relief that it wasn’t more severe and that Kerstetter was able to fly home with his teammates. He still faces a long road to...
    Derek Kerstetter suffered a brutal injury during the Texas win over Kansas State but received some encouraging news on the injury all things considered. Texas football scored 69 points in their win over Kansas State but the enthusiasm and joy you’d typically have after a win of that magnitude were subdued after the injury to Derek Kerstetter. The senior offensive lineman was carted off in the second quarter after his leg bent in a way no human should ever have their leg bent. He gave a “horns up” salute as he was carted off the field but he was immediately taken to an area hospital for further evaluation.Derek Kerstetter suffered a dislocated ankle and broken fibulaAt the hospital, Kerstetter was diagnosed with a dislocated ankle and fractured fibula. He avoided any torn ligaments and was able to fly home on the Texas football team charter. This isn’t entirely good news, but it’s a bit of a relief that it wasn’t more severe and that Kerstetter was able to fly home with his teammates. He still faces a long road to...
    BOXER Adrien Broner was jailed on Monday for contempt of court as part of a civil lawsuit filed against him in 2018. The 31-year-old was told to pay over £637,000 to a woman he assaulted in 2018, though he has failed to meet a number of deadlines set by Cleveland judge Nancy Margaret Russo. 2Adrien Broner has been jailed for contempt of court after flaunting cash on Instagram despite claiming he was broke 2Broner posted a clip on social media showing a huge sum of money which angered a Cleveland judge Broner - who has held world titles in four weight classes - filed court documents last month showing evidence that he was unable to pay the judgement against him as he had just £10 to his name. However the American fighter flaunted a huge pile of money on Instagram over the weekend, before posting a video showing how much cash he's spent since 2017. His antics online have infuriated Judge Russo, who has tossed him into jail until he can provide truthful information about his finances to the woman’s...
    Donald Trump’s staff planned to move him to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center out of an abundance of caution after the president contracted the novel coronavirus. But insiders say that the decision was made after his condition continued to deteriorate to transport him sooner rather than later while he could still walk on his own in front of the television cameras. As The Washington Post reported, Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Thursday evening, shortly after news leaked that his counselor Hope Hicks was also infected. Early the next morning, Trump announced his and the first lady’s positive tests and said that they would begin self-quarantining inside the East Wing. While initial reports suggested that he was either asymptomatic or only experiencing mild symptoms, but by the afternoon, insiders say that Trump’s condition worsened. The anonymous officials said that he had a fever, cough, nasal congestion. Other official reports said that he was experiencing fatigue, as The Inquisitr previously reported, and he took an experimental treatment in order to help his bottle battle the virus. That’s when his team...
    Twitter apologizes for massive hack as revenue slumps, users soar Adidas announces limited-edition Tokyo Collection, featuring new Codechaos kicks Will Smith Says He’s Going to Block Fan After Entanglement Jab: But the Joke Was Very Funny Will Smith isn't quite ready to joke about wife Jada Pinkett Smith's  "entanglement" with singer August Alsina. © Kevin Winter/Getty Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith On Wednesday, the actor posted a mesmerizing video of himself jumping rope, but instead of placing the camera straight-on, Smith wanted to show the perspective from the rope's point of view. While most of his followers teased that the clip made them dizzy, one user used the opportunity to make a witty remark in relation to Smith's recent relationship reveal. "Ok don't get entangled
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