Baby girl born at World Trade Center transportation hub

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A baby has been born at the World Trade Center's transportation hub in Lower Manhattan. Port Authority spokesman Steve Coleman says the girl is the first baby born at the transportation center's new grand hall, called the Oculus (AH'-kyoo-luhs). She was delivered late Wednesday by Port Authority Police Officer Brian McGraw, who's a trained emergency medical technician. In August 2015, McGraw delivered another baby girl at the World Trade Center PATH station. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


St. Louis Volunteers Preserve Trans World Airlines Relic

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KSDK-TV reports that several Trans World retirees are disassembling an old training simulator, one of the last artifacts from the airline's glory days. The simulator located in St. Louis hasn't been used since Trans World was acquired by American Airlines in 2001.


Indonesia Says at Least 29 Dead in Ferry Sinking, Search Goes On

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The ferry was carrying an unknown number of vehicles when it began to fill with water and sink. The vessel was close to shore and the captain ran it onto a reef in a bid to help the rescue effort, a transport ministry official told Reuters.


Indonesia Identifies Suspected Location of Sunken Ferry

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The hydrographic survey "identified" the ferry 450 meters (1,476 feet) deep in the water, not far from where it sank on Monday, said Nanang Henky Suharto, an executive director at PT Mahakarya Geo Survey, a firm involved in the search.


Airbus Damaged by Artillery Fire During Clashes in Tripoli

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A Reuters reporter saw the plane, which was empty at the time it was hit, sitting in a hangar with a hole in its roof. Two other passenger jets operated by Libyan Wings airline suffered minor damage from gunfire during the clashes, which caused the airport to shut earlier on Monday.