A truck driver was killed when his vehicle slammed into a crane that was on its way to remove a Robert E. Lee statue in Texas, according to reports. The crane was being brought in from Houston to remove the statue of the Confederate general in the Dallas neighborhood of Oak Lawn on Sunday evening...
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