Driver dies after crashing into Cedar Rapids home causing gas leak
Sunday, July 23, 2017 12:07 PM EDT
Thursday, July 27, 2017 6:49 PM EDT
Written by Lauren Moss, Multimedia Journalist
A car crashed into a Cedar Rapids home causing a gas leak Sunday morning. Officers responded to 4310 Midway Drive NW where James Allen Carnahan, 50, had a medical emergency, causing him to lose consciousness and control of his vehicle and strike a house.
10 out of 19 schools in the Waterloo Community School District will be giving free breakfast and lunch to all of their students in the fall. These schools have qualified for a federal program called The U.S Department of Agriculture's Community Eligibility Provision or CEP. Many school officials and parents are excited saying it gives every child the opportunity to feel included or accepted, regardless of their background.
The city of McGregor is still recovering from last week's devastating EF-1 tornado. What was once a historic building and recent tattoo shop, had to be torn down. The city is also trying to save it's historic architecture. The City of McGregor Facebook page says, "Many buildings have been heavily damaged and are missing pieces of their architectural trim.
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