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Say Goodbye To The Costly And Ineffective Treatments

Reported by: "Arthritis Relief Gloves" <ArthritisSufferer?@…> Owned by:
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Say Goodbye To The Costly And Ineffective Treatments



ust three days ago, we had an explosion right at 10:30 p.M. Local time. Our firefighters called the police. The blast tore off our doors, but the fire truck was parked nearby, and we were waiting to take it to the local police station. When we got there, my buddy and I were holding onto the door. We were trying to get into something. We grabbed the ambulance, and then when ems arrived, we got out and we were taking care of our little guy. So we immediately took off running, and then we took off, and that's when we started getting shot. At one point, my buddy was going to make sure his sister didn't leave. We ran back. We ran over to the truck. They told us to go over there and we did. After about an hour, I got shot. So many bullets that the paramedics say, "I don't want to see you alive." They had to give us an ambulance. We put another bag of bullets in the back seat and we were waiting outside to go take our kids. I still have one bullet left in me. We're hoping that other people 
 will tell us about this. We're hoping that people are going to call the police and say if you know you've been shot and that's that, it's that day. I'm sure that you will tell us about what happened that day. It's so good to see the firnnai hosts the headquarters of the Southern Railway. The city has four main railway terminals. Chennai Central, Chennai Egmore, Chennai Beach and Tambaram. Chennai Central station, the city's largest, provides nationwide access, whereas Chennai Egmore provides access to destinations primarily within Tamil Nadu; however, it also handles a few inter–state trains. A fifth terminal has been proposed to decongest Chennai Central. The Chennai suburban railway network, one of the oldest in the country, facilitates transportation within the city. It consists of four 5 ft 6 in (1,676 mm) broad gauge sectors terminating at two locations in the city, namely Chennai Central and Chennai Beach. While three sectors are operated on-grade, the fourth sector is prima
 rily an elevated corridor, linking Chennai Beach to Velachery and is connected with the rest of the rail network.

Metro rail
Main article: Chennai Metro
Chennai Metro is a rapid-transit system serving the city and was partially commenced on 29 June 2015. To improve the city's public transportation system and prepare the city for the future commuting needs, the Chennai Metro was planned and approved by the state cabinet during 2007 for which construction began on 2009. Phase I of the Chennai Metro network consists of the Blue Line and the Green Line covering a length of 45.1 kilometres (28.0 mi) consisting of 40 stations with Alandur and Chennai Central serving as interchanges. 55% of the corridors in Phase I are underground and the rest are elevated. The first stretch of Phase I, covering seven stations from Koyambedu to Alandur over a distance of 10 kilometres (6.2 mi), began operation on 29 June 2015. As of March 2019, the entire Phase 1 stretching from Chennai Central to Alandur on the Green line and Washermanpet to Chennai International Airport on Blue line are commercially operational, bringing the total operational network over
  45 km. With this, the entirety of Phase I is operational. In December 2016, Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) announced the Phase-2 of Chennai Metro for a length of 104 km consisting of 104 stations, subject to appro

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