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Mopar-loving horsepower fanatics can finally stop chasing wreckers: The iconic 707-hp Hellcat V-8 engine is now available as a crate engine, with a warranty.
Harrison Butker, wrecker of fantasy worlds (submitted by Joseph Gregg and Alex Seva) Butker has been a revelation for the Chiefs, making 18 of his 19 field goal attempts in just five games.
The wreckers: The Sun Sentinel's Susannah Bryan reports that nearly 1,500 boats have been salvaged since Hurricane Irma, and the job still isn't done.
Authorities thanked the Chilton County Sheriff's Office, Clanton Fire Department, the District Attorney's Office, ambulance staff and wrecker company staff for their assistance in this case.
Fourth-round pass-rusher Carl Lawson was a total game wrecker in the first half, disrupting Rodgers with relentless pressure.
In a news release Thursday, the highway patrol said extra troopers, road rangers and wreckers will be on the roadways to help drivers whose vehicles have become disabled.
If collateral for the loan is forfeited for nonpayment, the vehicle is picked up by a wrecker service and taken to auction or other location for sale.
Just before 9 p.m. state police tweeted that the left lane of the highway had been reopened but police were continuing the investigation as wreckers cleared the vehicles involved.
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