Sanchez was one of the more than 800 people injured Oct. 1, 2017 when a gunman opened fire during a music concert in Las Vegas. Her road to recovery has been long, winding and no where near over. "I think the physical therapy is going to help the most, honestly," Sanchez said in an exclusive interview with KOLD News 13. "That's going to help me get back to normal so it doesn't hurt getting up from a chair - or getting out of bed." The damage done to her body is extensive.
Savannah Nicole Sanchez survived the massacre in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded. Since the attack in October 2017, Savannah has been fighting to recover.
The majority of the fire is knocked down and heavy equipment is being used to move the scrap. (Source: Tucson Fire Department)Tucson Fire Department crews are battling a fire just off I-10 and Miracle Mile, and it's causing some traffic issues. TFD spokesman, Julian Herrera told Tucson News Now that a pile of scrap metal was burning in a scrap yard. Nobody was injured in the fire. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
@MarinerDaddy I guess no amendments are unfettered (There are 1st amendment restrictions, 4th amendment, etc...) The 1994 Assault Weapons ban survived some legal challenges. But - I think Congress will have to pass a bill - don't think DOJ can do it solo. (not sure about that part)
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Selecting a term
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