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FBI releases photos, details of Alabama hostage rescue
Midland City - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released photos and new details of the rescue operation that freed the 5-year-old Alabama boy held hostage for nearly a week in an underground bunker.
UPDATE 5:27 CST: Kidnapped Alabama boy rescued, suspect killed
Midland City - The six-day hostage standoff in Midland City, Alabama has come to end, leaving the kidnapper dead and the 5-year-old boy safe.
Murdered bus driver remembered as quiet and kind, called a hero
Midland City - The Midland City, Alabama bus driver killed trying to protect his young passengers from an alleged gunman is being hailed as a hero.
Day 3: Alabama boy, 5, continues to be held hostage
Midland City - A 5-year-old Alabama boy who was kidnapped after his school bus driver was shot and killed on Tuesday continues to be held hostage.
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FBI agents and Dale County negotiators used this pipe to communicate with Jimmy Dykes.
FBI agents and Dale County Sheriff’s deputies secure the residence where a 5-year-old child was rescued after being held hostage for almost one week.
A tent covers the bunker where where a 5-year-old child was rescued by law enforcement after being held for nearly a week. FBI agents placed the blue tent over the bunker to protect evidence below.
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