Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Last month, a tourist boat capsized in the Danube River in Budapest, killing at least 20 people with eight still missing. The boat has finally been lifted from the river and four body bags have been brought out from the hull of the sunken vessel.
Grim recovery.— AFP news agency (@AFP) June 11, 2019
Hungary police lift capsized tourist boat from the river Danube.
The accident in Budapest claimed 20 lives - eight people are still missing https://t.co/QIi30Mv4eu pic.twitter.com/5c6tfWVAXt
It’s certainly not every day that you feel an earthquake in the middle of North America, but that was the case in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio on Monday. The tremor was felt by many and received a preliminary reading of magnitude-4.0. No injuries of casualties have been reported.
When Kevin Durant went down during the Golden State Warriors’ 106-105 win over the Toronto Raptors on Monday, many fans in the building responded with a cheer. The cheers turned to respectful applause and even a “KD” chant, but it hasn’t stopped the world from weighing in online, calling the fanbase “classless” and citing karma as the reason why Toronto lost.
It’s been almost six years since the movie Frozen came out and took the world by storm and now the sequel is on its way. The first-full length trailer for the highly-anticipated movie dropped today and it has fans quite excited. Frozen 2 comes out in November.
Manhattan was a little chaotic on Monday after a helicopter crash landed onto the roof of a high-rise building. The pilot, identified as Tim McCormack, died in the accident. CBS says he radioed before the crash to say that he was in trouble, but the experienced pilot couldn’t bring the aircraft down safely.
787 7th ave, #midtown NYC. We’re 1 block south. 20 mins ago there was a loud sound like a too-low #helicopter & I looked up and saw sheet of flame on roof and then smoke. News reports saying helicopter/small plane crash onto roof which would be consistent with what I heard/saw. pic.twitter.com/swY3ksLskH— Lance Koonce (@LHKoonce) June 10, 2019
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