Top Stories on 9: Week in review

Top Stories on 9: Week in review

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM)- In case you missed it, there were many tragic incidents that happened this week. You might even want to read about the sweet but not so sweet accident that happened on I-20.

A Georgia woman fights and kills a wild bobcat with her bare hands after it attacked her. She was in her yard one evening and noticed the cat, which suddenly "took two steps and was on top of her."

DeDe Phillips, the lady who was attacked, needs shots that are around $10,000. Her family has set up a page to raise money for the medical expenses.

An 18- wheeler hauling snack cakes flipped on highway I-20 westbound on Friday. No one was injured in the accident and the snack cakes are safe and delicious.

An Auburn man and Phenix City woman died in a two-vehicle head-on collision in Opelika. Ki Tack Lim of Auburn was traveling west on the wrong side of the divided highway. A toxicology analysis will be conducted to determine if alcohol may have been a factor in the accident.

The Chambers County Drug Task Force and the Lanett Police Department have been investigating several individuals for allegations of unlawfully distributing controlled substances.

On Wednesday, June 13, agents from the Chambers County Drug Task Force and the Lanett Police Department discovered 35 grams of methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, six firearms and an undisclosed amount of cash.

A grandmother and her one-year-old grandson were on their way to McDonald's for a happy meal. After she placed baby JoJo in the car, she notices that she had forgotten her keys in the house.

While going to retrieve her keys, the grandmother passed out while the child was left in the hot car.

Police are searching for suspects who fled a vehicle following a police chase in Crawford, Alabama.

According to the police, there are four possible suspects. The suspects were heading east on Highway 80 when they turned off the road and drove through a field near Brown Road and fled

Columbus Police are investigating a burglary at an Autism Learning Center located on Veterans Parkway. CPD says that an individual was hired to do work at the business and he was given a key to work after hours.

Suspects stole an iPad, iPad cases, laptops, safety harnesses, razor, etc. The total value of stolen property totaled more than $12,000.

First responders reported to the scene of a vehicle accident in Salem, Alabama Wednesday evening.

The accident happened on Lee Road 175 approximately a mile from Salem Antiques. A car went into a deep ravine.

A California mother says her pit bull puppy is a hero after the dog alerted the family to a fire at their home, helping them get out safely.

The puppy ran past her bedroom as she realized the neighbors home was on fire, and began to rescue the 7- month- old baby that was in the bed.

Hundreds of employees at the MasterBrand Cabinets plant in Auburn reported to work Tuesday morning and abruptly found themselves laid off, the plant permanently closed effective at noon.

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