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The Associated Press

Saturday, April 27, 2019

APEX — Police said authorities fatally shot a person at the scene of a house fire in Apex.

News outlets reported that authorities did not identify the slain person or the officers involved.

Apex police Capt. Mitch McKinney says officers and Wake County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the home late Thursday. He said the Apex Fire Department also responded to put out the fire.

He said it is unclear what led to the shooting and how many police officers or deputies were involved.

Woman removed from plane over complaint

DURHAM — A North Carolina woman says she was taken off an airplane and handcuffed after complaining about vomit on a seat.

Rosetta Swinney said she was boarding to return from Nevada last weekend when her 14-year-old daughter got someone’s vomit on her shirt and hands.

The Durham resident said she was taken to jail after verbal exchanges with a flight attendant who said it wasn’t her job to clean up.

Frontier Airlines says it offered to have a crew clean the vomit, but Swinney became disruptive. An airline statement said police were called after Swinney refused to deplane and take a different flight.

It wasn’t clear whether Swinney was charged. Las Vegas police spokeswoman Officer Alejandra Zambrano said the situation is under investigation, declining further comment.

Police investigating body found at beach

CAROLINA BEACH  — Police said a body has washed ashore at a North Carolina beach.

Carolina Beach Police Sgt. Scott Hettinger said that officers received a call late Thursday night about a body in the surf.

Authorities said in a news release that a good Samaritan pulled a man’s body out of the water, but when emergency personnel arrived, they said the man was dead.

The news release said while police have identified the man, his name will not be released until next of kin has been notified.

Police said the official cause of death will be determined by the state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, but foul play is not suspected.

North Carolina's on-the-job deaths rise

RALEIGH — Signs that more people are dying on the job has workers’ advocates demanding that North Carolina’s labor department do more to inspect and punish companies that imperil their workers.

Members of the AFL-CIO labor union, the NC Council of Churches and others on Friday remember the 183 North Carolina workers who died on the job in 2017, the latest year for which there are figures.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last month that work-related fatalities in North Carolina increased in 2017 to the highest number since the Great Recession hit in 2008. Fatal occupational injuries in the state have ranged from a high of 234 in 2000 to a low of 109 in 2013.

Transportation accidents were the greatest category of workplace deaths, followed by falls and slips.


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