Monthly Archives: July 2020

Woman assaulted in NJ Staples in dispute over mask

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A 54-year-old woman who recently had a liver transplant was assaulted inside a New Jersey Staples store after asking the assailant to wear a mask, and the harrowing incident was caught on surveillance video. It happened just before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the location on Hackensack Avenue in Hackensack. Police say the victim was using the fax/copy machine when the when another woman approached to use a nearby machine with her own mask pulled below her mouth.
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Underground explosions, manhole fires, cut power in Brooklyn

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Multiple manhole fires set a parked car ablaze and cut power for three apartment buildings in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn. Residents were awakened by blasts from the fires on Washington Avenue north of Myrtle Avenue just before 2:15 a.m. Friday. “I was watching a movie and heard a small boom, so I went to check what was going on,” said one resident. “In the backyard I saw lights were flickering but nothing real unusual. Went to the front and noticed that the transformer was on fire.” Firefighters arrived on the scene. One of the manholes was under a parked Volvo, setting the car on fire.
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