Transcript for ABC News Live Rundown: Monday, March 27, 2023
WOMAN 1: A Pennsylvania chocolate factory violently exploded. The terrifying moments caught on camera by local station Fox 29 Philly.
MAN 1: Massive explosion with an active fire. We have a number of damaged buildings.
WOMAN 2: Seven people now confirmed dead from the chocolate factory explosion, two more victims found in the rubble on Sunday.
OFFICER 1: Seven individuals died, several were injured, and some community members were left homeless due to the explosion.
WOMAN 3: This morning, new fallout for embattled movie star Jonathan Majors. "The Army," now, pulling its ad featuring Majors in the wake of a domestic dispute that allegedly turned violent. Majors was arrested over the weekend, accused of attacking his girlfriend in a New York cab. Police arrested Majors, charging him with strangulation, assault, and harassment. But his attorneys claim the woman was having a "emotional crisis," adding they're collecting evidence that will clear Major's name.
MAN 2: While Prince Harry and Elton John appeared in court in London to support a lawsuit over privacy, and the lawsuit's aimed at a tabloid, the two are among a group of high profile figures taking legal action against Associated Newspapers. That's the parent company of The Daily Mail and The Mail Online. The lawsuit accuses the company of phone tapping, hacking bank accounts, and using deceptive methods to get information on celebrities. The publisher rejects the allegations and wants the judge to dismiss the case.
MAN 3: After weeks of searching for a buyer, the federal government now has a deal to unload much of what's left of the failed Silicon Valley Bank.
MAN 4: The FDIC says it's entered into an agreement with North Carolina's First Citizens Bank to take on all of Silicon Valley's deposits and loans. A statement says the transaction includes First Citizens purchasing about $72 billion in assets. The FDIC says customers of Silicon Valley Bank will automatically become First Citizens customers, and the 17 branches that SVB had will reopen as First Citizens Banks.
OFFICER 2: We lost two of our pilots in a crash involving one of our helicopters.
MAN 5: Two Baton Rouge Police officers aboard the department's Robinson R-44 helicopter were dispatched to help with a ground pursuit. They were later called off, but never made it back to the airport. The wreckage was found in a field nine hours later. Federal Aviation officials have begun a search for the cause of the crash.
MAN 6: The inaugural day for the 2023 Transylvania Little League Baseball season ending with lights and sirens.
MAN 7: We had two inflatable rides that were here that were actually blown from their anchor position across the park.
MAN 6: In total, seven people were injured with four taken to an area hospital with what officials are calling minor injuries. No one was inside the houses, but were hit by them once they went airborne.
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