This is how one Tennessee woman protests the vaccine: driving her car through a tent

This is how one Tennessee woman protests the vaccine: driving her car through a tent


Christine Lewis Brown’s booking photo
Image Source: Blount County Sheriff’s Office

A 36-year-old woman decided to ram her vehicle into a Tennessee vaccination tent on Monday, apparently in an effort to protest the shots being administered there, officials said. 

She almost struck seven of the health care workers at that site, and could be heard yelling, “no vaccine,” as she drove her blue Chrysler SUV through the area. 

“I have worked at this location multiple times over the past few months and the area is clearly marked with signs and cones to advise the public of the event,” one official working at the site said. “The driving behavior of Ms. [Virginia Christine Lewis] Brown, as she approached the tent and exited the tent towards the waiting area, caught my attention due to how quickly the vehicle was traveling through the area.”

Deputies say they saw Brown speed directly through the cones and check-in area.

How was she caught and what happens next in this case?

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A dramatic flood water rescue in Texas was caught on camera

Two rescuers attempting to rescue a who was woman swept away in flood waters
Image Source: Howard VanCleave / KXAS-TV Screen Shot

A dramatic rescue of a woman swept away in flood waters in Texas unfolded on camera this week.   

In the tense video, firefighters raced to save the woman who was swept downstream in the deep water. She is seen clinging to a branch, hoping to hold on as the fast-moving water rages around her. 

The woman was driving in the area when her car was swept away unexpectedly at an intersection. She panicked and jumped out of the vehicle before it was swept away downstream, but she was unable to swim to safety and clung to a tree branch until help arrived. 

How did the firefighters finally get the woman to safety?

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There are 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies worldwide each year, according to The New England Journal of Medicine. To deal with these incidents, airlines either have their own doctors on call or contract with a medical consulting firm to provide remote support to flight attendants. These firms also help pilots decide whether the plane needs to make an emergency landing.

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