Flight of The Silver Dart

Yung Miami shot for 14 times while departing from the studio, shocking news for Twitter

Yung Miami got to suffer badly after experiencing a 14-shot hit. It’s a threatening experience to see the pregnant Miami facing all the trouble just after departing from the circle house. On Monday night, Yung Miami faced a life-threatening experience. Miami rocks as a star in the City Girls and was rumor with pregnancy news. While leaving from a Miami studio, she was attacked with 14 gunshots and she runs all the way to get covered. It was shocking news to hear such an attack on pregnant Miami. As a reader, you might be curious about certain questions. Willing to know how did she survive? Continue with the article for all the information.

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How did Caresha survive such a life-threatening experience?

Caresha Brownlee (the real name of Yung Miami) packed up to leave from the Circle House studio. She left in her bulletproof G Wagon when the shot sound starts appearing. This devastating incident was a non-stop gunshot which was happening continuously. It all looked like a murder than any mistaken incident.

Is there any witness who captured the incident?

A person captured all the incident with a smartphone at the moment. The person revealed that Miami avoided to wait for the police or get stuck and left of the scene. There’s no chance for any person to get missed from a 14-gunshot experience. Though, lucky Miami saved her life with her bulletproof G Wagon.

“I witnessed the experience with my smartphone. I was standing right when the whole scene got started. Caresha gets into her bulletproof G Wagon which was shot for about 14 times when she departed from Circle House. She should be covered with a good security team as it could be a threaten for her life. Miami was running with a baby across the streets and trying to escape the incident before police encountered the whole incident. Somehow, prayers worked for her and she survived with her baby,” says the person.

Miami was fired with several shots while she heads into her vehicle and drives to run from the scene. It was her pregnancy stage when things became worse for her to survive. Though, she appeared as a savage girl to fight against her enemies. She didn’t wait for the corpse to appear at the moment since it could be a trouble for her. If she would have waited for the police, then she might get stuck in the situation and the bullet shots were also consistent.

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What about the investigation?

The investigation is still ongoing and any suspects have not been revealed yet. Though, the police team is heading towards the details of the incident.

The fans are not stopping from tweeting!

The tweets are not stopping for the star. The fans are demanding to double Miami’s security throughout her studio visits. At the moment, it is satisfying for fans to see Miami safe with her baby. From Tuesday morning, Twitter is hitting with constant tweets for Yung Miami.


Flight of The Silver Dart

2009 will mark the 100th anniversary of the first powered flight in Canada and the British Empire. Baddeck will play host to aviation enthusiasts from all over the world as they celebrate this centennial with events and activities throughout 2009 with supplements report.
The Silver Dart and the Birth of Canadian Aviation

On a cold morning in February, the vision of flying a powered aircraft for the first time in Canada came to be when the Silver Dart took to the air above the frozen waters of Baddeck Bay in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

This inaugural Canadian aviation feat on February 23rd, 1909 was the result of innovative thinking, entrepreneurial spirit, unrelenting determination and a talented team of experts.

When world-renowned and accomplished inventor Alexander Graham Bell decided to turn his gaze toward the skies and find a way for man to fly, it was based on a lifelong fascination with flight. His wife Mabel, knew if he were to realize his dream, he would have to enlist the help of like-minded men who were just as enthusiastic about flight but had other technological knowledge.

J.A.D. “Douglas” McCurdy, a friend of the Bell family and a mechanical engineer studying at the University of Toronto was the first to join Bell. He brought with him a fellow classmate, Frederick W. “Casey” Baldwin. Lieutenant Thomas Selfridge, an artillery officer with the United States Army and motorcycle engine manufacturer Glenn Curtiss rounded out the team.

Together, this group of men formed the Aerial Experiment Association with the financial backing of Mabel Bell and began building aircrafts and conducting experimental flights. It started with the Cygnet, a man-carrying massive tetrahedral kite designed by Bell followed by the airplanes or “aerodromes” as Bell called them, the Red Wing, the White Wing, the June Bug and then, the most advanced of them all, the Silver Dart.

A year and four months after the AEA was formed, the Silver Dart, piloted by Douglas McCurdy and under the watchful eyes of Bell, Baldwin and Curtiss, was brought onto the ice at Baddeck Bay.

McCurdy started the engine and volunteers on skates pushed it into position. The Silver Dart glided along the ice and finally lifted off to the astonishment of onlookers. It rose 9 metres into the air and flew for almost a kilometer and a half at 65 kilometres per hour. The first flight of a flying machine in Canada and the entire British Empire was a huge success.

2009 Events Listing

Flight of the Silver Dart, Baddeck 2009 Media Launch – August 15, 2008
Silver Dart Flight Centennial Anniversary – Feb. 20 – 24, 2009
Friday, February 20, 2009
Coin & Postage Stamp Unveiling
Student Assembly throughout Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board

Saturday, February 21, 2009
Centennial Gala Dinner & Community Celebrations with the Governor General of Canada & Representative of the British Royal Family

Sunday, February 22, 2009
Flypast of Golden Hawks and vintage civilian aircraft (CAPA)
Launch of National Aviation Art Exhibit, Alexander Graham Bell Museum
Community Events (Curling Bonspiel, Snowmobile Rally, etc.)

Monday, February 23, 2009 – National Aviation Day
Media Reception & Unveiling of Plaque
Flight of the Silver Dart Replica by Welland Aviation Group
Celebratory Fireworks

Think Tank Symposium – April 25 – 27, 2009
First Wednesday Night Think Tank for Symposium Presenters
Symposium #1

Think Tank Symposium #2 – May 20 – 22, 2009
Second Wednseday Night Thank Tank for Symposium Presenters
Symposium #2

Silver Dart Youth in Aviation – June 21 – 27, 2009
Youth in Aviation Week Activities
Silver Dart Air Show
Aviators Ball

Aerial Experiment Association Comes Alive in Baddeck – July & August, 2009
community activities
Silver Dart Cup, Bras d’Or Yacht Club Annual Regatta

Silver Dart Aviation Week – August 16 – 22, 2009
Simulators & Skyhawks
Aviation Day at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum – August 16th

Bell Kite Festival & Harvest Home Picnic – September 17 – 20, 2009
International Kite Makers Workshop
Kite Festival
Silver Dart Legacy Golf Tournament
Harvest Home Picnic, September 20th

“Building on the Spirit of the Silver Dart” Annual Innovation Conference –
October 1 – 3, 2009
this annual knowledge and technology conference would be aimed at various scientific, engineering, technology industry segments and groups
Baddeck and the AGB Museum would play hosts providing the motivation, locale, accommodations, logistical support but the industry or special interest group would provide the programming guidance and access to their audiences
The concept would be to become inspired by Bell and his work and the beautiful Baddeck area to promote progress and innovation in a particular industry or among an expert group

Think Tank Symposium #3 – November 18 – 20, 2009
Third Wednseday Night Thank Tank for Symposium Presenters
Symposium #3

Salute to the Silver Dart Centennial – December 31, 2009
Wrap-Up & Thank You Reception, Alexander Graham Bell Museum

In addition to the Sivler Dart Celebration, other events are happening across Canada as part of the Canadian Centennial of Flight. For more information, contact (we’ll get you this email or web address).