They typically all go the same way. A criminal is on the run from the cops. A news helicopter finds them and follows them as they weave in and out of traffic. Eventually, the chase ends when the criminal either crashes, runs out of gas or hits a spike strip.
When emergency medical responders got him to St. Joseph Hospital West, the eighth-grader wasn't breathing and didn't have a pulse. His body temperature was 88 degrees. One of his doctors said she had never felt someone as cold as he was.
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