Aerial footage shows a white car on its side in a sinkhole in St. Louis, Missouri, with water gushing from a below-ground pipe. Owners of the car said they were coming back from the gym and found their car in the crater. It wasn't immediately clear what caused the collapse, but no injuries have been reported.
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Firefighters battled a five alarm warehouse fire in the 3900 block of Park in St. Louis, Missouri on Wednesday. One civilian and one firefighter were transported to hospitals with non life-threatening injuries.
A truck pushed a car along a highway in St Louis, Missouri, for almost a minute on Tuesday, November 14. This video, filmed by onlooker Sanel Pilipovic, shows the incredible scene as the truck continues moving along Interstate-55 in St Louis, near the Arsenal Street exit, while the car is positioned at a right angle to its grill. Smoke can be seen rising. The local NBC affiliate 5 On Your Side cited police as saying that the truck driver claimed not to have noticed the car. Neither driver was ticketed, they said.
A vehicle drove into a crowd of protesters in St. Louis during a rally for Kiwi Herring, a black transgender woman who was killed by St. Louis police earlier this week. Police reported three suffered minor injuries from the vehicle. The driver was taken into custody.
University of Missouri freshman men's basketball players Michael Porter Jr. and Jeremiah Tilmon met with reporters on Thursday July 27 at Mizzou Arena in Columbia and discussed the path that led them both to the Tigers.
University of Missouri freshman forward Michael Porter Jr. said on Thursday July 27 he doesn't know what his younger brother, Jontay, has decided about graduating early from high school and enrolling at Mizzou. He expects a decision about whether Jontay will join the Tigers for the upcoming season will be announced next week.