Mississippi Street, he said. Its unclear where the four were for more than two hours between bar closing and arriving in that area, Sommer said. At 4:20 a.m., the 21-year-old driver called police from near 77th Avenue NE. and Main Street, saying he and his friend had just been attacked by two strangers and that they managed to flee. They were going to drive to Unity Hospital, but in their panic, or if they were unfamiliar with the area, they couldnt find it, Sommer said. So they were calling 911 on their cellphone, and they decided to just stop and wait at 77th and Main Street. Fridley police found the driver critically wounded and barely conscious; he could give only a few details before passing out. His passenger was unconscious. Anoka County authorities are seeking the publics help in identifying the two women or any witnesses or accomplices.
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Whether it’s suspensions, poor coaching or underachieving, the Heels never play to their talent level. But they remain dangerous. Quarterback Marquise Williams is a better fit for coach Larry Fedora’s spread offense than Bryn Renner was. UNC will score a lot in 2014. The Hokies will need a strong defensive effort to overtake UNC in October. This game could very well help determine the Coastal Division.
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Thats why I helped pass a law that prevents insurance companies from canceling your policy if you get sick, or deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. PLANNED PARENTHOOD, REID POUNCE ON SULLIVAN POST PRIMARY WSJ : Supporting [Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska], Planned Parenthood on Wednesday bought all the advertising space on the website of the state’s biggest newspaper, Alaska Dispatch News, to announce that [Alaska Republican Senate nominee Dan Sullivan] supports banning nearly all abortions for Alaska women. A super PAC funded by Senate Democrats, Put Alaska First, on Wednesday released a television ad attacking Mr. Sullivan. He’s not from Alaska, a fisherman in the ad states. The super PAC has already spent $4 million against Mr. SullivanMeanwhile, American Crossroads has already reserved $5.5 million in TV ad time beginning in September.
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