Third death reported in Pennsylvania chocolate factory explosion


Communities. Police say the remains of a third person have been discovered following an explosion at a chocolate factory in Pennsylvania. The body was pulled from the rubble Saturday afternoon. More than 24 hours after the initial blast led to the building's collapse, emergency crews are searching for four others who are still unaccounted for. The cause of the deadly explosion in west Redding remains under investigation. A bill that aims to crack down on California's fentanyl crisis has been tabled in committee. Fresno assemblyman Jim Patterson thinks the penalty for selling fentanyl should be more strict than other illegal drugs because it's far more deadly. What we have gotten from the state of California instead from a public safety committee is a refusal to hold drug dealers accountable. His bill would have closed the loophole that bases the penalties on weight. Patterson says families of fentanyl overdose victims are outraged after the assembly public safety committee did not vote on the bill. And former president Donald Trump says the rule of law is a tremendous threat to western civilization, while speaking at a rally in Waco, Texas Saturday, Trump said the biggest threat to America is high level politicians that work in the United States government. I'm Brad Siegel

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