A 63-year-old woman drove her car into a crowded town square Friday night in Lima, Ohio, and struck bystanders, injuring about 30 people, police said. "I could hear the people hitting against the car," said eyewitness Andrea Scheckelhoss. "There were shoes flying. I could see people tumbled over."
A 63-year-old woman suddenly drove her car into a crowded town square in northwest Ohio and struck bystanders, sending some through the air and injuring about 30 people, some of whom were pinned under the car and freed when bystande... Read Post
Three Occupy Wall Street protesters were struck by a car that plowed into a crowd in Washington, DC. Police say the car hit the first group, then kept driving, and hit a third person before it was stopped. Two people have been taken... Read Post