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Three pilots survive San Marcos collision
Three pilots survive San Marcos collision

Three pilots survive San Marcos collision

When I used to fly planes for a living, there were only a few things that really increased my anxiety. One, was having to fly through a wide area of embedded thunderstorms. Meaning, I was flying on instruments through rain clouds that included thunderstorm cells that could rip the wings from the plane if they were big enough. The only way to avoid them was to rely on the onboard weather radar, which had its flaws. I could choose not to fly, which I did on at least a couple of occasions, but flying charters, the pressure is always on to get to the destination. Business meetings planned, etc.

CBP seizes $6.6 million in hard narcotics at Hidalgo and Pharr Bridges

CBP seizes $6.6 million in hard narcotics at Hidalgo and Pharr Bridges

PHARR - U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility intercepted a load of hard narcotics consisting of alleged methamphetamine and heroin that was concealed within a commercial shipment of produce arriving from Mexico. CBP officers also detected methamphetamine on a man attempting to enter the United States walking from Mexico. The combined estimated street value of both seizures is $6,670,500.

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