— My video uploads and postings to my website will continue on here until YouTube gets my channel back to me after the hacking incident. This one story is a little late but it took me some time to setup the group page and I had a busy week. Thanks for following, I appreciate it.– John Strangis Winchester: 01-24-2020 at 1:00 am, two drivers were killed in a head-on collision on Winchester Road north of Scott Road.A Chevy Silverado pickup was traveling south on Winchester Road, when it drifted into opposite lanes colliding head on with a Honda CRV.The drivers were the sole occupants in both vehicles. Intoxication hasn't been ruled out as a possible factor.

Posted by En Media Productions on Monday, January 27, 2020

 

[AUTHOR’S NOTE: Due to my YouTube channel being hacked most of the video links on the site are broken. YouTube’s staff is working to get my channel back to me but in the meanwhile I have created a Facebook group linked to my Facebook business page. I will be posting and linking videos in the group until further notice so please feel free to visit and join if you wish at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/enmedianewsgroup.

Apologies to all those attempting to view the majority of videos on the EN Media site but I decided to wait until I hear back a definitive from YouTube on whether they are successful in restoring my channel which in turn would fix the broken video links, or if I must seek a reliable alternative for hosting my videos.

Thanks for your support,

– John Strangis ]

 

Winchester: On 01-24-2020 at about 1:00 am, two drivers were killed in a head-on collision on Winchester Road north of Scott Road.

A Chevy Silverado pickup was traveling south on Winchester Road, when it drifted into opposite lanes colliding head on with a Honda CRV.

The drivers were the sole occupants in both vehicles. Intoxication hasn’t been ruled out as a possible factor.

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