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The most frolicsome of its tales is set in small-town Indiana in 1955, where a handsome young New Yorker (Adrian Blake Enscoe) shows up, his girlfriend, Hannah (Morgan Siobhan Green), in hot pursuit.
When the killer jumped into his vehicle to escape, Willeford stopped a passing vehicle and followed in hot pursuit until the shooter crashed his car and shot himself in the head.
While Brown talked to her, a young rooster sped by with another in hot pursuit.
With the second national signing day of the 2018 recruiting period less than two weeks away, LSU football coach Ed Orgeron and staff are in hot pursuit of their final four recruits.
Arsenal and Man Utd are also thought to be in hot pursuit of the Bundesliga star, who has scored twice in 12 league matches so far this season.
Now, the sixth-year pro is thrilled to join a team currently in hot pursuit of a postseason berth.
The Oakland Raiders are in hot pursuit of their former coach (and Sandusky native) to take over for Jack Del Rio, who the team fired after finishing a disappointing 6-10.
The Browns are in hot pursuit of the 2008 Lions and 0-16.
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