Car crashes into Tyler Chicken Express
2017-09-24T04:07:43Z2017-09-24T04:09:08ZBy Sophia Constantine, Multi-Media Journalist
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -
A car has crashed into a Chicken Express restaurant in Tyler.According to a Chicken Express employee, a car in the drive through line hit an outside wall causing external damage to the building.The store affected is located at 6363 Old Jacksonville Hwy, Tyler, TX 75703. Details are limited at this time.Stay with KLTV for updates.Copyright 2017 KLTV.
Bride-to-be Caitlin Campbell and her fiancé, Lathan Pilcher, are asking family and friends to roll up their sleeves. The couple is hoping to donate 50 gallons of blood instead of receiving gifts from loved ones on their wedding day. The couple met at a Carter Bloodcare 50-gallon challenge at Tyler Junior College in 2013. Pilcher says, “We just hit it off from there really." Now, both are in the profession of helping others.
We are now almost five months out following the fatal tornadoes on April 29, however, the cleanup is still in the beginning phase. A long-term relief fund has been established with about half a million dollars for those affected by the tornadoes, but local leaders are concerned the funds may run out before all applicants receive assistance. According to Shawn Stewart, Canton Mayor Pro Temp, about 200 homes sustained significant damage or were deemed a total loss.
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