Transcript for A massive blast rocks central Paris
��� You better, better! ��� And we start our index tonight with some breaking news overseas. A massive blast rocking central Paris. The fire tearing through a residential area. The explosion, you saw it there, echoing through the streets. Firefighters on the scene working to put out the fast-moving blaze. Authorities are investigating what sparked that violent fire. And back here at home in Ohio, a search and rescue for the 21st century drone footage capturing the moment police were able to spot a 90-year-old woman with dementia who had gone missing. She had wandered off to an open field and got tangled and couldn't move. That bird's eye view tracking her down and officers moving in to help her. Another incredible rescue aided by a drone outside Denver, Colorado. A woman who was off trail hiking in clear creek canyon, falling nearly 30 feet off a steep, rocky ravine. Rescuers finding her with a drone, no place to land a helicopter, pulling her out of that treacherous canyon with ropes. That painstaking work taking hours to complete, shutting down the highway there, and that hiker though was taken to the hospital. An alarming new outbreak of E. Coli. The CDC reporting more than 70 people sickened across five states from Georgia up to Ohio. Patients as young as babies up to 74 now falling ill. Most concerning about this, the dangerous flare-up and its source. Whether it's a specific food or grocery store chain, this is still a mystery tonight. State and federal authorities are investigating. And a very special surprise for one little girl in Toledo. Lunchtime in her school cafeteria, but there was more than one treat in store. All of a sudden, her father walks in, finally coming home from his ten-month deployment in the Middle East. That heartwarming hug in matching camouflage nearly a year in the making. Dad says he wanted to repay his daughter for all of her sacrifice and we want to thank him for his service as well.
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