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The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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The truck mowed down 13 people and four others were admitted to the hospital.
A carjacker who mowed down a mother-of-four in her own car as she scraped ice from the windscreen, leaving his victim wheelchair-bound, has been jailed indefinitely.
But the offenders mowed down the man, leaving him badly injured.
Between 1979 and 1988, over a million Afghans were mowed down by the invading Red Army.
On Friday, a motorist who mowed down a warden, breaking his leg, after being given a parking ticket outside a primary school was jailed for nine months.
And here the technically perfect and, as yet, emotionally evasive Tamara Rojo and the dazzling, gallant, high-powered Carlos Acosta mowed down all before them.
By contrast, the thoroughly authentic Sex Pistols rattled away, all the while being mowed down by the press and the government.
Eighteen years later, after Manuela attends a performance of Streetcar with the literarily inclined Esteban (a younger surrogate for Almodovar, we surmise), the boy is mowed down by a car as he waits in the streets to get an autograph from the production's Blanche DuBois.
Machine Gun Tom mowed down his rivals to cause an upset in the Group 1 Railway Stakes at Ascot, Western Australia, yesterday, writes Syd Brennan.
Looking at the bright side, the youngster only had to live one terror-filled week before he, too, was mowed down, and his family is now collecting damages.
Nanda had mowed down seven people, including three policemen, while drunk and driving his BMW car.
A MOTORIST aged 93 who mowed down and killed a man on a pedestrian crossing yesterday became the oldest person in Britain convicted of causing death by dangerous driving.