The former stewardess shared the memorable moment when Jung Woo Sung came running to the first-class passenger gate.
The boater called out for help when he noticed a Coast Guard container ship in the distance.
The caption under the video posted by the nurse read, "When my coworkers find out I still travel, don't wear a mask when I'm out and let my kids have play dates."
There were hundreds of shoppers including children inside the store when the woman went on with her bottle-breaking spree.
Authorities said that the attack was targeted and part of a gang feud.
Anyone who has information about the incident or the suspects is asked to get in touch with the authorities.
The woman was initially charged with three felony counts of child sexual battery committed by lewd conduct but after she decided to take the plea deal, the charges were revised.
The bishop-elect submitted his resignation after a diocesan review board concluded that the sexual abuse accusation against him "met the standard" for further investigation.
The plane bound for Guam made an emergency landing minutes after leaving Hickam Air Force Base.
The unnamed sailor assigned to USS Nimitz was reported missing Sunday.
The "unprovoked" attack on judge Phyllis Chu took place while she was walking from the Staten Island Ferry terminal to the courthouse Monday morning.
The 66-year-old was arrested on an international warrant from an unnamed location and was brought back to the country.
Daniel McMahon, of Brandon, Florida, admitted in April that he threatened Black activist Don Gathers on social media to prevent him from running for a seat in the city council of Charlottesville,...
No foul play is suspected at the moment, police said.
Al-Shabaab has been active in Somalia since 2006 and, according to AFRICOM, the group remains "resilient" despite joint efforts from African and U.S forces.
White River Fire which started due to a lightning-strike on Aug. 17 has now spread over 1350 acres and is 5 percent contained.
The 1969 commercial ran on national television screens for nearly 14 years.
"Just giving you a COVID hug. You now have COVID," the suspect told one of the victims.
The U.S. Air Force technical sergeant returned home from an overseas deployment and learned many of his most valued family mementos were auctioned off.
The emergency order will permit agencies to deploy every possible resource needed to ensure the safety of residents.