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(KARK/NEXSTAR) – J.T. Thompson was about 17 miles off the coast of Orange Beach doing a little spearfishing while diving The Lulu when he was hooked, literally. WKRG’s Debbie Williams reports.

J.T. Thompson was spearfishing when he was hooked by angler and reeled to the surface.

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BOY SAVES SISTER: At 5 a.m. on Tuesday, the blood pressure of 5-year-old Kennedy Ashburn dropped to critical levels, and she suffered a diabetic seizure. In the heat of the moment, her 8-year-old brother, Kingston Ashburn, was the one who called 911. KTAB’s Dan Booth reports.

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BACK OF THE LIMO: Aaron Dirks drives for a living. With no movie stars, music legends or business big wigs ready to ride during the coronavirus, there’s a new question. That question is, “who’s riding in limos now?” WGNO’s Bill Wood reports.

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QUARANTINE CAR: While idling at home during quarantine, one man put his brain to work. WDAF’s Sean McDowell reports.

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