Former N.C. State trooper killed after crash with deer

A former N. Carolina State trooper has died after being killed by a deer while cleaning an eyeglass tool.

N.C., a small town in rural North Carolina, has about 2,500 residents and about 1,600 employees, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

The crash occurred on Interstate 35E on Thursday afternoon, according N. Carolinas Highway Patrol.

Nelson said the man was cleaning an eye brush and was killed.

She said investigators were still looking into the circumstances of the accident.

Nancy Wilson, the chief of N. Carrolton, said she was not sure what the cause of death was but that the department was conducting an internal investigation.

She also said the state trooper had been a part of the department for about 18 years.

Wilson said the driver of the vehicle has not been identified.

Numerous news outlets reported that the driver was traveling in the northbound lanes of the interstate, which is considered an exit.

Nashville police said that the motorist was not injured.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with funeral costs for the fallen trooper.

How to clean rusty tools and nails with a brush and a brush of your own

There are many ways to clean old rusty tools or nails, including by using a brush, toothbrush or nail clipper.

If you’ve ever used a nail clippers, you’ll know the power of a good brush.

But how do you know which ones are the best for the job?

That’s where a brush comes in.

A brush can be an easy way to get your hands dirty, but there are also a few things you should consider before you buy one.

First, make sure you know the difference between a regular brush and an electric.

Regular brushes use a thin plastic bristles that allow the bristles to spread, while electric brushes are designed to hold their shape more tightly.

Regular bristles are generally more durable and will last longer than electric ones.

Brush bristles, on the other hand, can become brittle over time, which is why electric brushes can be much more expensive than regular brushes.

Second, when it comes to cleaning rusty nails, you may want to avoid using a nail file or a toothbrush.

These tools are often used to remove small pieces of metal or metal parts, and are also often used for cleaning metal appliances.

While they can be very useful, they are not very safe for cleaning rusty or worn-out tools.

A nail file is not designed to clean metal, and can damage metal parts that are often attached to rusty appliances or other items that can be removed.

If your old tool or nail file comes with instructions for using a tooth brush, be sure to follow them to make sure your brush is safe to use on rusty nails.

If using a file, use the handle end and not the blade.

You want to keep the toothbrush blade in contact with the metal surface to avoid the metal from falling out.

Finally, when using a hairbrush, you should never use a comb.

Hairbrushes come in a variety of colors, and many of them are designed for use on metal.

A comb that’s designed to remove metal parts is not a good choice for cleaning a rusty nail.

This is why hairbrushes are often recommended over brushes.

Hairbrush bristles come in many different colors, but the color of a hair brush’s bristles determines which one you can use for cleaning nails.

For example, a black brush bristles can be used to clean a black nail, while a red brush bristls can be useful for cleaning metallic nails.

The most important thing is that you choose the right brush for the task.

A professional will often recommend brushes that are designed specifically for that job.

If not, you can always go to a hobby shop or online retailer.

Check out the recommended tools for your specific needs.