The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 19, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 19, 2021
From from the from. Doctors in the US sounding the alarm with cook in nineteen cases out 158%. Nationwide over the past month delta and areas largely to blame this new delta yeah news. An angry McLean immediately getting gay sex nearly 191000. People are currently hospitalized nationwide about 26%. More this week than last. Mosques unmanned going to banditry in England apart from in hospitals and some transport services CS says I'm back to full capacity. And the British government is encouraging everyone to get back to. Hundreds of people packed in this club in Central London. Down the seconds women on would be live god help. And live music. On by either being gauge. Being around people. An investigation is underway after a banner plane made an emergency landing on a bridge in ocean city New Jersey in the. They're allowed. Whom an uneasy enough propellers and there's going lower lower and has really loud and enact a policy just your now slow lives. That's pretty scary. Witnesses described seeing something they never imagined a plane landing on the Ocean City causeway this bridge that connects Somers point and the city. Ocean city police say eighteen year old plant it's flying engine airplane propeller wound care service and was the only person on board and police say this reported that his plane begin with a furious engine trouble as he was flying near steel pier at Atlantic City he released a banner into the ocean every morning to reach an Ocean City municipal airport. When he's not a gap in traffic in the westbound lanes and that's when he made the landing around 12:30 PM and managing to steer clear of vehicle. In eastern Baghdad at least 35 people are dead and 57 wounded from what Iraqi officials say it wasn't my ED. The attack took place in a popular Iraqi marketplace. Site intelligence reports a crisis has claimed responsibility. Now control obsessed face. Accountability. A local family is demanding answers 123 year old musician Hal died while in jail family members they Rawlins detective has told them as I need it now reported feeling ill she was transported from the jail to a hospital but didn't survive. She'd been incarcerated for the last two runs ever since an alleged theft and high speed chase. Her sister says she was worried for her safety. I believe they have collected her pain but happy with the. Protection and blue. She spoke to me glorious time of small columns. Settlement that will want to kill her and that investigators await an autopsy reports. Legal troubles for the all try to wrap birth Takashi 695. Men in the round for security team. Indicted for robbery and impersonating police officers including these eight former NYPD detective prosecutors say last August a security team chased down a man who tried to record video Takashi on his cell phone than men are accused of following them after twenty blocks through Harlem chasing him in an SUV with flashing lights and sirens demand was cornered and his phone destroyed him. Gas prices are expected to remain high for the rest of the summer the national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline now when three dollars and sixteen cents that's up two cents since last week you not nearly a dollar since this time last year when fewer people were traveling from the analysts expect gas remain above three dollars through at least a Labor Day.

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