Another rock fisher dies in Gulf of Mexico.

In Texas, 4 are dead

By WJHL Meteorologist Tim Heaney

A 4-year-모나코 카지노old boy died Friday in his backyard in southeast Texas, and officials expect at least five more to be hurt by the strong wind Thursday that caused the home to collapse, officials said.

Cynthia Johnson, a teacher at Hilltop Elementary School in the Austin area, and her 12-year-old brother were inside their home when it collapsed. The boy’s mother, Brenda Johnson, said that she found the boy, who died from severe head injuries, in the kitchen, and the boy’s mother said they didn’t call 911, but her boyfriend ran to the home to check on him. Police confirmed she and her boyfriend had already moved out.

The bodies of Cynthia and her boyfriend were discovered on a patio Friday afternoon, Austin police Detective Robert Hwang said. They were all shot in the head, head injuries indicate. The girl, who had a gunshot wound in the head and suffered a collapsed lung, is in stable condition, police said.

Cynthia Johnson’s older brother, David, 23, went outside at about 9:15 p.m. on Wednesday to check on her to make sure she was still breathing. But she was pronounced dead on the phone at about 9:30 p.m., police said. A woman who answered her phone found her in her house, bleeding.

The couple had moved from Florida. A woman who lives next door said Brenda Johnson was taking care of Cynthia when she passed out. When he called police, Cynthia was in a coma, and they believe the injuries were caused by a fall while walking their dogs, said Austin-Travis County EMS spokeswoman Elizabeth Ochoa.

“That was the last time we got word of her,” Ochoa said.

She was found slumped over a couch, about 8 feet fr온라인 슬롯 머신 사이트om where her son had died.

Ochoa said investigators are trying to determine whether anyone else was present that evening before the h카지노 게임 사이트ome collapse.

“The family has talked and it’s all being interviewed. It’s a tragedy,” she said.

Austin’s Fire Department on Thursday reported its first death in its 34-year history.

More deaths

About 15 people died from wind-related causes in the nation Thursday. Four people died in Texas and nine in Florida. Five were killed Thursday in Minnesota, one in California and one in Michiga