”I was ashamed and broken and a alcoholic 3 years ago,” Monroe wrote in a Facebook post just five days before the crash. “Look at me now. It’s by god’s grace. Mama, I did it.”

Gwinnett County police on Wednesday released the names of the women who died when the We Are Living Proof community vehicle crashed on I-85 at the split to I-985. Those who lost their lives alongside Monroe were Alishia Carroll, 34, of Columbus; Kristie Whitfield, 44, of Mount Airy; Ashleigh Paris, 26, of Kennesaw; Tina Rice, 53, of Atlanta; and Rose Patrick, 34, of Ellabell.

Ten people, including the van’s driver, survived the crash, Gwinnett police said. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is withholding the names of the survivors in light of their participation in an anonymous recovery program.

The women, who are from cities all across the metro area and state, were taken to two different hospitals with injuries after calls began pouring in around 6:30 p.m. about a passenger van on its side engulfed in flames.

“There’s somebody trapped in there and it’s on fire and there’s all kind of people trying to get them out,” one caller told a 911 dispatcher in a recording released by police.

“Have they been able to get them out yet?” the dispatcher asked the caller.

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“I don’t think so,” the caller responded, “but it’s fully engulfed.”

Footage from Georgia Department of Transportation cameras showed the van in the middle of the road with thick flames consuming its entire body. Heavy smoke was towering over the vehicle as crews worked to put out the fire.

The vehicle was heading north on I-85 when “an unknown vehicle changed lanes unexpectedly in front of (the van),” according to a Gwinnett County police report.

The van’s driver lost control and the vehicle rolled onto its side. It slid across two lanes of the entrance ramp to I-985 and smashed into a guardrail before coming to a stop in the left lane, the report said.

“The unknown vehicle did not remain on the scene,” the report said.

Several drivers who saw the burning vehicle tried to rescue the 16 passengers, investigators said.

“Pedestrians around them are helping them get out of the car,” a second 911 caller told a dispatcher. “It looks like they’re struggling to get someone out.”

Initially, it wasn’t clear how many people were in the van. Some of the passengers were able to get out before the fire spread, and bystanders and first responders helped to rescue others. Two of the witnesses ran to the vehicle and kicked through a windshield to help get people out.

The charred shell of the van was taken to Gwinnett police headquarters. Investigators are looking through the vehicle for any evidence that a collision occurred prior to the fire.

We Are Living Proof, which also bills itself as Sober Living Recovery, is among the dozens of recovery care facilities that aim to help people struggling with addiction. The sober living organization’s model encourages residents to help their housemates stay accountable and committed to recovery.

The Buford-based recovery center had just reached the four-year anniversary of its founding at the time of the crash. According to Georgia Secretary of State records, the organization was founded on April 5, 2017.

The AJC has repeatedly tried to contact We Are Living Proof’s organizer, but has not received a response.

In the wake of the crash, the victims’ families are praying for answers about what led to the tragedy.

“I’m a mess,” said Steve Paris, whose daughter was killed in the wreck.

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Paris told Channel 2 Action News his daughter, Ashleigh Paris, had just admitted herself to the program before her death.

“One minute I’m OK, the next minute I’m bawling my eyes out, I’m shaking, I’m crying,” he said. “She finally got sober, she got baptized and now she’s gone.”

The six women killed in the crash all had one thing in common, friends and family members said Wednesday: they were trying to get their lives back on track.

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Alishia Carroll, a mother of four, had just moved into the sober living facility 24 hours earlier, her mother said.

But this time, she decided to go on her own.

“She had a long struggle with the drugs. We made her go and made her go, but this time she chose to go on her own,” her mother, Wanda Garza, said. “This was the first time she’d ever gone on her own because she wanted to.”

After years of struggling with addiction, Carroll hoped to get sober and become a better mother to her children, the youngest of which is just 2 years old, Garza said. Carroll was on her way to her first meeting Saturday and had spoken with her mom on Facetime hours prior.

“She was getting ready to go to her meeting and she seemed really excited,” Garza said. “She looked really good.”

Garza said her family was devastated by Carroll’s death.

“She was a good mom,” she said. “When she wasn’t battling her addiction, she was a good mother.”

Tamika Gooden, Monroe’s older sister, found about her death on Facebook and immediately rushed to the hospital. She learned hours later that while most passengers survived the crash, “MiMi” was among those who didn’t make it.

She described Monroe as a “bright energy,” the type of person folks were automatically drawn to.

“She had her struggles, but she was a bright light for as long as I can remember,” Gooden said. “She was always such a great person and people just loved her instantly. She would help anybody that needed it; she just always had a big heart.”

A candlelight vigil for Monroe is set for 6 p.m. Saturday at Club Drive Park in Gwinnett. Her funeral service will be held the following afternoon at Life Church International in Duluth.

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The riders had alternated testing the waters. A Black Freedom Rider might go into the bus station’s whites-only waiting room or vice versa. 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As soon as he got there, he was arrested and hauled off to jail. Hours later, three officers unlocked his jail cell and took him out. It was dark. His stomach dropped.”},{“_id”:”OZOR3SRSYFC45FHSPXTXAJEEIM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241316},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I knew this was not going to come to any great end,” he said. They wouldn’t say where they were taking him nor would they let him make a call.”},{“_id”:”2BTW6JCJCZBG3NEJGCQS5JJUQM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241317},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He was placed in a cruiser and the officers headed toward the now-closed bus station, where a crowd had gathered. 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The Black driver, a minister who had been secretly watching the jail and followed the cruiser with Thomas inside, yelled for him to get in the car on the floor and “don’t get up.””},{“_id”:”VM5ZDL3X3ZETBO4EN2EHYN4PDI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241319},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He expected to hear bullets shattering the rear window at any minute.”},{“_id”:”G632DYGI4JGCZM6L3XYWL27Z7U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241320},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The minister drove him to Benedict College in Columbia, where he stayed a couple of days before rejoining the group in Atlanta.”},{“_id”:”JDFY4TO72VG73PUDWKZVLQOWM4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241321},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“They didn’t know what had happened to me,” he said. “The police said they didn’t know anything about me being arrested. (His fellow riders) thought I had been lynched.” He was not formally booked.”},{“_id”:”WK73AYINWVFZHOWOPXUQXY54EI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619220132064},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Attacks on riders escalate in Alabama”},{“_id”:”Q6MU67NC3NC2BLNFWDB6NXX7DM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241322},”type”:”text”,”content”:”From Atlanta, Thomas and the others headed to Anniston and Birmingham, where some of the worse violence would occur.”},{“_id”:”GJJOGCEGKRHRZMKFHGCWBPGNHI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241323},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Anniston, about 91 miles west of Atlanta, was a “real hot spot for the Freedom Riders,” said the Rev. J. Phillips Noble, a retired Presbyterian minister and a white civil rights activist who lived in the city at the time.”},{“_id”:”BZZZZS5YPVCZJL2A33RFBNEKBI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241324},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Noble himself was often a target of hate. Noble said he was later told by the FBI that he was on the Ku Klux Klan’s hit list. And every morning before taking his children to school, he would check under the hood of his car to make sure there wasn’t a bomb.”},{“_id”:”M2SZIXUO6VDRPG6LCP2AUL3SDI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241325},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It was harsh Jim Crow and segregation to the nth degree,” said the 99-year-old Noble, who now lives in Decatur.”},{“_id”:”K47Y3YU5MRDDDNLC44VYKYWTAY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241326},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It was May 14, Mother’s Day.”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”ajc”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”Rev. J. Phillips Noble, a retired Presbyterian minister and civil rights activist who lived in in Anniston, Alabama during the time of the first Freedom Ride in May 1961. He currently lives in Decatur and has written about those times during the civil rights movement. 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The mob jammed the doors, broke the windows and threw a firebomb on the bus.”},{“_id”:”SOART7PQ5JCUDBH4LLXCMXOF6M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241328},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Where were the police?” asks Thomas. “The crowd was there to lynch us. Back in those days, you either feared the police or you feared the crowd. These are people who had just returned from church on Mother’s Day and they had their children with them. They were there to watch the Freedom Riders get lynched.””},{“_id”:”UTOM6CLI3ZEFXG5PK4SA4XI2VY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241329},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Within minutes, the bus filled with smoke. 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Those outside backed away, allowing the riders to get off the bus.”},{“content_elements”:[{“additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”_id”:”YHQJ4AAHSZE2JHJL4YWECNFAO4″,”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Where were the police? The crowd was there to lynch us.””}],”subtype”:”blockquote”,”citation”:{“type”:”text”,”content”:”Henry “Hank” James Thomas, Freedom Rider who survived an attack outside Anniston, Ala.”},”_id”:”R6VJCEH4HZEG5KNHNX44HRLB4M”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”EK4JA5AIC5BWJIRBZHK2NNPXDE”},”type”:”quote”},{“_id”:”NVSZPMYQNJGS3GDZG22D353JTA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241332},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The crowd regrouped and beat them. Thomas thinks he was beaten with a baseball bat and was knocked to the ground. 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He said he went to his old cell and discovered it was exactly 65 feet away from the electric chair.”},{“_id”:”G46ASATZCNFYRHEM7AFLR6RDAI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619216874020},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It was an eerie feeling,” he said. “I had to just stand there and think of the number of Black people who had been electrocuted in that state. 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Person said he has been contacted by two separate group who are working on film projects on the Freedom Riders, including one involving attorney Ben Crump. One of the two groups is also considering a series.”},{“_id”:”X3NAA4UVDNDSDMOG2WOFTTDSME”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619216874024},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The violence that met the riders in some cities drew international attention, embarrassing some local and national leaders and business leaders.”},{“_id”:”E6A5URKH6NFJVD3CLIJWJTDSK4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619175241340},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The rides expanded the movement and brought in a significant number of people from around the country — Black people as well as white people — who had never participated in any kind of movement before,” said Eric J. 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Steele told police McGruder took his money, but never handed over the cartridges.”},{“_id”:”UVQOHVAPXFCOHBB4OEWH5F55JM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619642861572},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Surveillance footage from the hotel showed Steele and McGruder fighting in the parking lot, Gwinnett prosecutors said in a news release. The footage also showed an unarmed McGruder running away as Steele chased after him with the knife.”},{“_id”:”25BSIPXEFVAUREKUHEW4RQ3GLA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619642861573},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“By this time McGruder had already been stabbed and fell to the ground,” prosecutors said in the release.”},{“_id”:”QHG6JTFJOBEONFIUPWGWVJDJBE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619642861574},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Authorities said Steele took his $40 back from the 22-year-old before stabbing him again. 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Duluth man convicted of murder in first jury trial since beginning of pandemicnnApril 28, 2021 – Gwinnett County…

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The Hall County Sheriff’s Office Accident Investigation Unit is seeking witnesses to the Tuesday afternoon, April 27,…

Posted by Hall County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, April 28, 2021″,”provider_url”:”https://www.facebook.com”,”_id”:”https://www.facebook.com/hallcountysheriff/posts/3960163847403106&locale=en_US”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619641158957},”provider_name”:”Facebook”,”type”:”facebook-post”,”version”:”1.0″},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”2MCRD42Z4ZEYFGXFCNUONZPITA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619641158958},”type”:”text”,”content”:”No further details have been released about the circumstances of the crash or the vehicles involved.”},{“_id”:”E2NNIRXK7ZCW7DHD7EMG6AC4CA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619641158959},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Anyone who may have witnessed the crash or who knows the identity of the jogger is asked to contact Sgt. J. 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You heard it here first…we had a lucky customer hit a $10 MILLION JACKPOT playing Megabucks over the weekend! 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/mZsJnDJstK

— South Point Hotel (@southpointlv) April 26, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/southpointlv/status/1386755900615000067″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358808},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”FZ42QVJ2TJF6DL5FBOF2GPIPCY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358809},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The tourist won the $10 million on a $5 wager. According to South Point, it’s the largest Megabucks jackpot in Nevada in 2021 so far.”},{“_id”:”YH4MD4RHXVF43EZDS4LUKG3Y3Q”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”XONJ2Y64UZBHPMUFNFF2A4XRYM”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”url”:”https://www.ajc.com/life/no-local-mega-millions-winners-2-georgia-residents-won-1-million-in-powerball/QODUGTOYJFHNNIQ6SMLPEGQY5U/”,”content”:”From January: No Georgia Mega Millions winners, 2 residents won $1 million in Powerball”},{“_id”:”O7JJLNJIWNAXDIOJNUIUO4H25U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358810},”type”:”text”,”content”:”There was also another big winner in Las Vegas during the last few days.”},{“subtype”:”twitter”,”referent”:{“referent_properties”:{“additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358811}},”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”service”:”oembed”,”id”:”https://twitter.com/Cosmopolitan_LV/status/1386526595549077512″,”type”:”twitter”},”_id”:”SWLCCIFAGFABPBWFGQUCAKCZGQ”,”raw_oembed”:{“author_name”:”The Cosmopolitan”,”cache_age”:”3153600000″,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”version”:”1.0″,”url”:”https://twitter.com/Cosmopolitan_LV/status/1386526595549077512″,”author_url”:”https://twitter.com/Cosmopolitan_LV”,”width”:550,”html”:”

Monopoly Millionaire lived up to its name when a lucky guest from Alaska hit for 2.1 million dollars Sunday evening after inserting only $40. pic.twitter.com/TUkAgVIC3V

— The Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan_LV) April 26, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/Cosmopolitan_LV/status/1386526595549077512″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358811},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”PFX7I6HRTVFVFOSSDNL7F6B6PQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619637358812},”type”:”text”,”content”:”On Sunday, a tourist from Alaska won $2.1 million on a $40 bet in a slot machine at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.”}],”display_date”:”2021-04-28T19:43:32.928Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”$5 bet pays off with $10M jackpot at South Point hotel-casino in Las Vegas”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-04-28T19:43:32.928Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.ajc.com/”},”_website”:”ajc”,”parent_id”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:”Atlanta Georgia News main page: Breaking News, Atlanta Weather Forecast, Crime, Politics, GA Schools, Local Articles – Atlanta Journal-Constitution”,”_id”:”/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“AmpNav”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”default”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”BottomNav”:null,”TopNavRedesign”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”LoggedOutMenu”:null,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”TopNav”:”https://www.ajc.com/”,”TopicsBar”:null,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.ajc.com/”},”site”:{“site_url”:”https://www.ajc.com/news/”,”section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:”Atlanta Georgia News main page: Breaking News, Atlanta Weather Forecast, Crime, Politics, GA Schools, Local Articles – Atlanta Journal-Constitution”,”site_title”:”Atlanta GA News | Top News Page”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”ajc”,”name”:”News”,”Sponsor”:{“sponsor_url_open_new_tab”:”true”,”sponsor_desktop_banner”:””,”sponsor_mobile_banner”:””,”sponsor_url”:””},”_id”:”/news”,”ancestors”:{“AmpNav”:[“https://www.ajc.com/”],”default”:[“https://www.ajc.com/”],”BottomNav”:[],”TopNavRedesign”:[“https://www.ajc.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.ajc.com/”],”LoggedOutMenu”:[],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.ajc.com/”],”TopicsBar”:[]},”order”:{“AmpNav”:1001,”default”:1001,”TopNavRedesign”:1001,”SectionMap”:1015,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopNav”:1001,”ComposerNav”:1166}}},”_website_section_id”:”ajc./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”tags”:[{“text”:”natworld.ajc”},{“text”:”teamrich”},{“text”:”ccd”},{“text”:”ccd-an”}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”/news”,”name”:”News”}},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-04-28T19:43:33.475Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/5-bet-pays-off-with-10m-jackpot-at-south-point-hotel-casino-in-las-vegas/NQ4LGL7KMJFP5CBD7E5Q55CLYA/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“subtitle”:””,”width”:960,”caption”:”A lucky tourist from New Mexico became a multimillionaire after they hit a $10 million Megabucks jackpot early Monday at South Point Casino in Las Vegas.”,”type”:”image”,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/2OBKDZ3QCZCRRKFZHC3YVFOQKA.jpg”,”height”:540}},”_id”:”NQ4LGL7KMJFP5CBD7E5Q55CLYA”},{“content_elements”:[{“_id”:”DAUMI3CFKBHWTJDTRD35AMKVEU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1593365483154},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A teenage boy riding an ATV was killed Tuesday afternoon after being struck on a busy Clayton County road, authorities said.”},{“_id”:”GYYR4WZ56FCDZKOKRSF4O3PQIU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619560046792},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Police said the fatal crash occurred shortly before 4:30 p.m. on Ga. 138 near Riverdale. The boy was trying to cross the highway near Embassy Trace when he was struck by a driver in the eastbound lanes.”},{“_id”:”GFJ6WVATBVE2FGXLLJO3RBYNEM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619565994359},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Clayton County police have not released the teen’s name.”},{“subtype”:”twitter”,”referent”:{“referent_properties”:{“additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619630452614}},”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”service”:”oembed”,”id”:”https://twitter.com/TomJonesWSBTV/status/1387159658473967617″,”type”:”twitter”},”_id”:”HW6TYQMACVGBRA4FMKCOCZF5WA”,”raw_oembed”:{“author_name”:”Tom Jones”,”cache_age”:”3153600000″,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”version”:”1.0″,”url”:”https://twitter.com/TomJonesWSBTV/status/1387159658473967617″,”author_url”:”https://twitter.com/TomJonesWSBTV”,”width”:550,”html”:”

Breaking news! Clayton County police have confirmed a child riding an ATV has died after being hit in traffic on Hwy 138 near Hwy 314. Working on a live report coming up. @wsbtv pic.twitter.com/1PqrQK2PkG

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Clayton Co: Crash Investigation…Hwy 138 between Hwy 314 and Hwy 85, all lanes are closed. Use Bethsaida Rd as an alternate. https://t.co/j2xHL1ZFrc #ATLtraffic pic.twitter.com/SGjRfaEVFq

— AJC WSB Traffic (@ajcwsbtraffic) April 27, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/ajcwsbtraffic/status/1387157788325986309″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619630452618},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”TTVDHO6GYZETFCRG7DURAQ74IY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619560660054},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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My second collab with @crocs is dropping around the 🌎 tomorrow and it comes with socks #JBxCrocs @drewhouse pic.twitter.com/81XWV05KWv

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ICYMI: Former Mayor Kasim Reed discusses his thoughts on crime in Atlanta and whether or not he’ll run for Mayor again with @FRANKSKI and @NinaBrown The @FrankSkiShow 

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— KISS 104.1 (@kiss1041fm) April 28, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/kiss1041fm/status/1387394545453830146?s=20″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1619645120517},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”S4MWPMZ3CRDBTOXEGCMO2KULBY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619612290882},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The level of crime and violence is wholly unacceptable. It’s not COVID-driven,” Reed said.”},{“_id”:”ZH6UMO7GXBGUTABLC2SL3WERS4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619612290883},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Bottoms has linked the rise in crime to the pandemic on several occasions, as violent crime went up in several major cities last year after COVID hit. 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The agency is requesting the public’s help in identifying both individuals in the recently released photos.”},{“_id”:”3WHYHHGENZA3ZMYQA77U4FQP4A”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”PIRWWGNBQZD35K6F4GWBLUNN5E”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”url”:”https://www.ajc.com/news/gbi-5-wanted-on-murder-charges-after-woman-found-dead-in-north-georgia-home/ZQZP6EP6O5DXTFHONX5ZUGC47U/”,”content”:”GBI: 5 wanted on murder charges after woman found dead in North Georgia home”},{“_id”:”52OD77YNC5C5RPR6SR3V5IOMOU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619566250555},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The four original suspects are still wanted, and the GBI and other agencies are actively searching for them. They are Megan Alyssa Colone, 30, of Stone Mountain; Juan Ayala-Rodriguez, 35, of Gainesville; Oscar Manuel Garcia, 26, of Austell; and Mario Alberto Barbosa-Juarez, 29, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.”},{“_id”:”4DNSTXYZONGO7NPTSBFVJZK2YQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619566250557},”type”:”text”,”content”:”According to the GBI, the suspects all may have fled Georgia. Colone, the only female suspect, could be traveling under the alias Grace Beda and accompanied by minor children. An alert about the suspects has been sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide.”},{“_id”:”EMDJFPWXHRCFXOXYQQ7WOVGN4I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619566250558},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Delgado, a married mother of two, was working as a rideshare driver the day of her disappearance, her husband Johnny Castro told Channel 2 Action News. He was able to track Delgado’s cellphone location, which took him to a home in Decatur, he said. 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Investigators are looking through the vehicle for any evidence that a collision occurred prior to the fire.”},{“_id”:”6HY7GRQHZRFWHOE3TYICH2PKL4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619539254070},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Based on statements at the scene, another vehicle may have been directly or indirectly involved in this incident,” police said.”},{“_id”:”4GC432KC4RDRFBUH2TX3F4JL4E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619559759067},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Family members identified one of the victims as Alishia Carroll, Channel 2 reported. Carroll a, mother of four, was battling a drug addiction and had just arrived at the rehabilitation facility the week before the crash, her family told the news station.”},{“_id”:”Q2OIUL4OJBH3VNUZ4ZD4LXCECU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619559759068},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Police have not officially confirmed the identities of any of the six victims. 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The key to deciphering those encrypted messages was later discovered during a search of Abayomi’s jail cell, according to Freeman.”},{“_id”:”3FCJAOG6MJBZJH6ZD75AOQDZX4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619549464733},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Here’s the deal. He wasn’t very good at his first crime,” Freeman said of Abayomi. “He left evidence at the scene during that robbery that led to his arrest. During this investigation, we found more evidence of his original armed robbery that’s going to be used against him at trial. He’s not very good at what he does.””},{“_id”:”7C4A2WEC2BBHRGQRB3XBEWCNMA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619549464734},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The sheriff said in his three decades of law enforcement, he’s never seen so many people conspire to kill the victim of a crime. 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Derek Chauvin’s sentencing hearing has been rescheduled to Friday, June 25 at 1:30pm CT

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Public health experts say that struggle is even harder when it involves menthol cigarettes. The minty-flavored cigarettes are heavily marketed, easier to get hooked on and disproportionately harm Black Americans.”},{“_id”:”KAKEDXBCB5GUXMKJVN5DXBVTWE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619207659923},”type”:”text”,”content”:”After years of lobbying by activists who want to see the sale of the cigarettes stopped, the Food and Drug Administration is facing a Thursday deadline to respond to a citizens’ petition seeking a ban on menthols.”},{“_id”:”WR32PTSSOZDKJEXCE3NKD27ZCI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619209656435},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Some, including Black Lives Matter advocates, have called on President Biden to come out in favor of the move as part of an effort to address racial health disparities.”},{“_id”:”VX5NOS3JGZCEDPVYFZ4RLIQIXM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619209656436},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A federal ban would have to be approved by the White House.”},{“_id”:”PUDJ27P6YBCKXAYKQCPHS4FXJ4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619209656437},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Last week, several members of Congress, including Georgians David Scott and Nikema Williams, penned a letter to the secretary of Health and Human Services calling for decisive action. “The tobacco industry must no longer be permitted to use menthol cigarettes to profit at the expense of the health of Black Americans,” they wrote to Xavier Becerra.”},{“_id”:”7FM2SKAMQNCXZLGQICCW7WQCEY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619209656438},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Delmonte Jefferson is executive director of the Durham-based Center for Black Health and Equity, which was formerly known as the National African American Tobacco Network. He said a ban “could be the end of the tobacco industry as we know it.””},{“_id”:”23GLIWZUIBBPLJZ5K6X2JIISL4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619048223036},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jefferson, who lives in Atlanta, has been pushing for the prohibition of menthol cigarettes since 2009 when Congress granted the FDA authority to regulate the tobacco industry.”},{“_id”:”CWA6G5CQANGPPI4UQ4RTHS2LUI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619048223037},”type”:”text”,”content”:”That year, the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act banned all intentionally flavored cigarettes except menthol, instead referring it to the FDA for further study.”},{“_id”:”DB573POWRFHNZGOYXSB2PPD5FM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619126835696},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The tobacco industry, which spends millions of dollars annually on lobbying against any ban or regulation, argues that there is no evidence that menthol cigarettes are more toxic than regular ones.”},{“_id”:”DB573POWRFHNZGOYXSB2PPD5FM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619126835696},”type”:”text”,”content”:”According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, menthol cigarettes currently make up 36% of all cigarette sales in the United States, the highest proportion since major tobacco companies have been required to report such data.”},{“_id”:”DB573POWRFHNZGOYXSB2PPD5FM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619126835696},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Menthol is part of a billion-dollar industry for the tobacco companies,” Jefferson said. “The tobacco industry knows that menthol is their cash cow. The suffering of Black people keeps them in business.””},{“_id”:”GVGFU2JOONDWDKKOUJSPJQCJPY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619209656444},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But some civil rights groups have come out against a ban. The Rev. Al Sharpton of the National Action Network argued that banning menthol could subject more Black people to police stop and frisk tactics.”},{“_id”:”MLCXCU7ERJGWNPQAWR752MZYFQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619126835699},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He used Eric Garner, who was killed in 2014 by police on Staten Island, as an example. Garner was initially approached by police officers for selling loose cigarettes. In 2015, Sandra Bland was found hanged in a jail cell after she was stopped for a traffic violation and then arrested for refusing to put out a cigarette. 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It is a policy of prohibition, which can lead to over-criminalization and policing of Black neighborhoods.””},{“_id”:”QISU6Z2VYFF6HJYZAKCJW4CUUU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619114224959},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Natasha Phelps, lead senior staff attorney at the Public Health Law Center, disagrees. The time to ban menthol cigarettes has come, she said.”},{“_id”:”WU3EWEMVCFCMNGJBYAWWYRCKDI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619471969770},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I don’t know how they couldn’t do anything but remove menthol. There is no reason not to,” said Phelps. “I am kind of expecting that they are going to do what is obvious. 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But she’s stretched one pack out over the three weeks that she’s been trying to quit.”},{“_id”:”N2LA524QQBEZPI6TJFZC2MQB2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619126835708},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I enjoy smoking. There is nothing like a cigarette after you eat or with a cocktail,” said Gambrell, 62. “Not that I have experience, but I think it would be easier to wean yourself off of drugs than cigarettes. Nicotine is a really bad addiction. You crave it.””},{“_id”:”TPIEJUCS7VESTHYC7CB262PLKY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619048223041},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Menthol cigarettes have been heavily marketed to Black communities at least since the early 1950s post-war boom.”},{“_id”:”E25QIGSNC5ATHKCCGDWWZUJ2MM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619048223042},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Derived from a substance found in mint plants, menthol is the same agent used in lip balms and cough medicines to relieve throat irritation. 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We are deeply saddened by the the lives lost in Saturday Evenings tragic accident. We ask that you join us in prayer for…

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He will not be released until a court determines that he would not create a “substantial risk of injury” to anyone else, the lawyers said.”},{“_id”:”7PLCGSAJGNF3PEDGRHPHXJMMLI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794632},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The prosecution’s expert in the case concluded that Jordan, 32, suffers from a “severe psychiatric illness that features psychosis and mood disorder,” the statement said. Experts from both sides, the lawyers added, agreed that, at the time of the attack, he “could not appreciate the nature and quality of his actions and therefore he met the legal standard for insanity.””},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The attacks in 2019 sent a shudder through the widespread community of the Appalachian Trail, where every year 2 million to 3 million people hike and camp along parts or all of the 2,190 miles that thread through 14 states. 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Trail “angels” help provide food or aid. Travelers bestow nicknames on one another. Information networks share advice about trail conditions and supplies. “Thru-hikers” navigate the entire length of the route, sometimes giving up jobs and devoting years of their lives to train and prepare.”},{“_id”:”QISHCS3F75CBJAAUPQWBR3Y7LQ”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”AAKDLHGHGJHLFOGHAS34VOV5NM”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”url”:”https://www.ajc.com/news/continuing-the-trail/gMP9s9cXMDFzTDsrPfxHeJ/”,”content”:”Appalachian Trail thru-hikers step into conflict on their journey from Georgia to Maine”},{“_id”:”75WIEJR3E5CHZKH3DT7PBTGWLM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794642},”type”:”text”,”content”:”As it had in the days after the stabbings in May 2019, the news about Jordan’s case last week spread quickly along the grapevine, which usually shares notes about more common perils, such as lightning strikes or bears foraging for food.”},{“_id”:”BVCCUWCTBNCIDBSFB43GUHZB2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794643},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Great now he can get out so he can kill again like the one that killed 2 hikers in VA back in 1981,” wrote one person on the Facebook page of the Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association, referring to previous killings on the trail. Another person shared concerns about threatening people reported at shelters.”},{“content_elements”:[{“additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”_id”:”ZWJGA52LDRHVHEETCSDQOWSE74″,”type”:”text”,”content”:”“When it happened in 2019, it certainly sent some ripples of shock through the community, but it is a resilient bunch. I think that people are a little bit more vigilant now than they were.””}],”subtype”:”blockquote”,”citation”:{“type”:”text”,”content”:”Sandra L. Marra, the president of the conservancy”},”_id”:”GBZJ2FMKUFEM7DWAQ5YZETFXWI”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”F4WFO6BCQ5EH3NVRJE4S7DYHYQ”},”type”:”quote”},{“_id”:”HMI6PQ7UVFD4VCA4JTG5BOF6MU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794644},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Weeks before the attack, Jordan had been known to hikers and the authorities whose jurisdictions stretch along the trail. He had been accused of threatening people in Unicoi County, Tennessee, his arrest affidavit said. Hikers shared photographs and descriptions of him on social media after he waved a knife and an ax at a shelter, Brian King, a conservancy spokesman, said in 2019.”},{“_id”:”32DMDS2QQVDZRM6PHYYH2CAKRU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794645},”type”:”text”,”content”:”On a portion of the trail that veers into Wythe County in Virginia, Jordan spoke to four hikers “and threatened to pour gasoline on their tents and burn them to death,” the affidavit said. He threatened them with a long knife, but they escaped, it said.”},{“_id”:”6YGFC4OI6BCCNHKSP62MAG3IKA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794646},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jordan then fatally stabbed Sanchez, who was camping in the same spot, and chased and stabbed a woman until she played dead, according to the affidavit. After Jordan left to find his dog, the woman found other hikers who helped her hike 6 miles to safety, it said.”},{“_id”:”6ONGYBZKDJANLDTORADQ3LCQZA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794647},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It was Jordan’s dog and a GPS device that led to his arrest.”},{“_id”:”XHVA4BKE6RGLFEVE5YMIDIVIRQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794648},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Law enforcement officials followed an emergency signal that had been sent from a hiker’s GPS device, and as they stopped to talk to people on the trail, a dog wandered over. It then led them to Jordan, who was standing about 30 yards away, Sheriff Keith Dunagan of Wythe County said after his arrest. Jordan was arrested and charged by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Virginia. In June 2020, after lawyers said he had been treated with psychotropic medication, he was found mentally competent, a court document showed.”},{“_id”:”LCHNQIEZ4FCZXPDV5AAGTEBPJE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794649},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jordan’s lawyers said his illness was “consistently and appropriately treated, likely for the first time in his life, when Jordan was found to be incompetent to stand trial and sent to a medial facility for restoration of his competency.””},{“_id”:”BHDDUQYTBBAIDP3QWSJDZ4ERZE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794650},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the aftermath of the stabbing, the hiking community rallied in mourning and on the trail. Four months after the attack, Kirby Morrill, the hiker who survived the stabbing, climbed Maine’s Mount Katahdin, at the northern end of the trail.”},{“_id”:”XKOWUPETKRH3HBSKYTOK4DEZCQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619530794651},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I am statistically more likely to die in a car crash than I am on the trail. It’s just pretty bad luck, a complete fluke, that I got stabbed,” she said in an article published in Outside. “I wasn’t scared the first time, and I won’t be scared the second time. 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Bethel Church and jeopardized the health and vitality of this great congregation that is a beacon of hope and light in this community and beyond.””},{“_id”:”3N2VJB3ZFFDODNVDR72JDJIGWI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619475197683},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The North Georgia Conference is the regional governing body for the area’s United Methodist churches.”},{“_id”:”ZLS2OTBVUZA3JIE3HJYVKDKYKU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619457311138},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Ray and the church leadership tried unsuccessfully to have that decision reversed.”},{“_id”:”IVQYJPYRWJGEXCXGGCNL3RSTRU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619457311141},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Administrative Council of Mount Bethel unanimously approved a resolution directing the leadership of the church to proceed with the disaffiliation process from the United Methodist Church, according to a statement. 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Ordinarily, Haupert-Johnson wrote, she would not discuss a particular church or leader, but the situation at the church needed “clarification.””},{“_id”:”ZFUHCCQTPBEA7MTLNRZQQ2Q6YU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619457311146},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“When the district superintendent and the assistant to the bishop met with church leaders to further consult about the projected appointment,” she wrote, “they refused to have any meaningful conversation, and instead threatened that $3 (million)-$4 million would walk out of the church if they were not allowed to deviate from the appointive process and keep their pastor.””},{“_id”:”N52DJQK2OFDUPGL54Y7P46GJP4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1619457311148},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Mount Bethel has been part of the community for more than 175 years, according to its website. 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