Moms at center of public breastfeeding uproar speak out and express gratitude

Police officer placed 'spike strips' in the road to stop deadly car chase near Seattle.
0:59 | 07/22/18

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Time now for indexing start with a deadly police chase south of Seattle. Officers responding to reports of shots fired. Police say one officer putting spike strips in the road to stop the suspect was fatally struck by a fellow officer. That officer behind the wheel critically injured the pick up truck they were chasing you concede they're flipping upside down. One of the suspects in custody tonight two others still at large and the inferno on the tracks overseas flames tearing through several passenger cars. Of a commuter train at a station in Cape Town South Africa. Police say it's the fourth suspected arson attack. On metro will trains in recent weeks. Back here at home to the longs at the center of an uproar over breastfeeding in public. Stephanie new kid and on the right there with her sister Lott the Minnesota nurse in showing support for breastfeeding moms. All this at the same public pool where they were told by another mother took won't cover up. And later approached by police those women receiving support from across the country since that incident.

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