Morning News Update: Man shot and killed outside of Advanced Auto Parts in Macon, Milledgeville Police investigating after dead body found following vehicle fire – 41NBC News

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Man shot and killed outside of Advanced Auto Parts in Macon:

Milledgeville Police investigating after dead body found following vehicle fire:

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A sailor killed in California this week when several vehicles traveling to a Marine Corps base were involved in a chain-reaction collision has been identified as a 26-year-old from New York.

Equipment Operator 3rd Class Aaron Fish, with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, was killed in the accident Tuesday while traveling to Camp Pendleton. Five other sailors who were hurt in the accident have been released from the hospital, according to the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command.

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A man killed in Tuesday’s single-vehicle crash in Kalihi has been identified as 20-year-old Alinton Gideon of Waipahu, according to the Honolulu Medical Examiner’s Office.

Police are continuing their investigation into the deadly crash that occurred in the westbound lanes of Moanalua Freeway prior to the Ola Lane overpass at about 11:10 p.m.

Police said a black 2004 Honda Pilot operated by a 21-year-old Waipahu woman was traveling on the freeway with two passengers at a high rate of speed when it lost control and hit the center median.

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National Guard doctor originally from Eskridge killed in bicycle-car crash in Florida

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A National Guard doctor with close ties to Northeast Kansas has been killed in a crash in Florida.

Capt. Troy Manz, 46, served as an air transport physician with the Illinois National Guard. He lived and worked in Indiana. CBS affiliate WJAX -TV reports that Dr. Manz, his fiance, and a friend were hit by a car around 2:30 Sunday morning. According to WJAX, his fiance Trish Wilkinson and friend Barbara Gilmore were injured. Troopers say the 27-year-old driver veered out of his lane, hitting the three.

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ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. – A tragic crash took the life of a doctor who was also a father, a military veteran and an active member of the Air National Guard.

Capt. Troy Manz, 46, served as an air transport physician based in Illinois.

He was killed early Sunday morning in a bicycle crash while competing in a race across Florida. Two women were also seriously injured.

The organizers of the Sea to Sea 72 hour competition, Adventure Races Georgia, canceled the race shortly after the deadly crash.

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Boynton’s Neil Goldman Killed In Bicycle Crash On Lyons Road

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DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boynton Beach man on a bicycle was killed Friday afternoon when he was allegedly hit by a woman driving a Lexus.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says Neil Goldman, 75, was riding southbound on Lyons Road right of the fog line on the shoulder. Bella Altman, 79, was driving her Lexus RX350 southbound on Lyons and “for reasons unknown failed to maintain (her lane).”

Investigators say Altman crossed into the southbound shoulder, striking Goldman. Goldman was ejected from the bicycle and came

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