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Two members of female K-Pop group killed in auto accident
Seoul - Two members of South Korean K-Pop group Ladies' Code were killed in an auto accident near Seoul, South Korea. Go Eun-bi, 22, died shortly after the crash Wednesday while Kwon Ri-sae, 23, succumbed to her injuries Sunday morning.
Tiger Woods issues statement regarding auto accident
American golfer Tiger Woods released a statement on his website on Sunday after he cancelled a meeting with state troops for the third time. He says the accident is entirely his fault.
Police to Question Tiger Woods
Police are interested in talking with Tiger Woods about his accident early yesterday morning. Meanwhile other news sources are claiming Woods and his wife had an argument over an affair.
Tiger Woods Seriously Injured in Auto Accident in Florida
CNN is just reporting Tiger Woods has been injured in an auto accident in Florida. The injuries are reported as serious.
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