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18-year-old dead, sister rescued in New Jersey after sand collapsed, trapping them underground

New Jersey beach collapsed in on them.Police said that Levy Caverley died shortly after 4 p.m. on Tuesday due to the accident.His sister was also trapped but was rescued and treated at the scene near Toms River on the Jersey Shore.Authorities said that siblings had been digging a large hole in the sand when it collapsed, trapping them underneath.The pair were visiting from Maine with their family.Aerial footage showed more than a dozen first responders on the scene, with many using boards and buckets to dig for Caverley beneath the sand.

Emergency crews from neighbouring towns also assisted in the rescue effort. Monkeypox cases are now suspected in U.K., Spain, Portugal — here’s what you need to know Caverly’s father described him as a “tech nut” who was interested in computer programming.

He was active in his church’s worship team and played drums in a young adult worship band.“Levi was himself. He was odd.

He was quirky. He was not real concerned with what others thought,” his father, Todd Caverly, said, according to ABC News.On Saturday in a similar incident, a 13-year-old boy from Utah was digging a tunnel into a sand dune at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park when the sand collapsed around him.Authorities said that he died from his injuries a day later.

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New Jersey beach collapsed in on them.Police said that Levy Caverley died shortly after 4 p.m. on Tuesday due to the accident.His sister was also trapped but was rescued and treated at the scene near Toms River on the Jersey Shore.Authorities said that siblings had been digging a large hole in the sand when it collapsed, trapping them underneath.The pair were visiting from Maine with their family.Aerial footage showed more than a dozen first responders on the scene, with many using boards and buckets to dig for Caverley beneath the sand.
(FOX 35 Orlando)BUXTON, Maine - A 7-year-old boy is expected to survive after being dragged by a school bus hundreds of feet when his backpack strap got caught in the door, according to authorities. Buxton Police in Maine said the incident happened last Thursday afternoon on Dunnell Rd.Authorities said the preliminary investigation showed the boy’s backpack strap got stuck in the door as it closed. They said the bus driver, 63-year-old Kenneth Hawley, drove nearly 573 feet at low speed, dragging the boy, before coming to a stop.According to WMTW, the boy suffered scrapes and bruises down the side of his leg.The boy was then transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

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