This handout photo provided by the US Secret Service shows the drone that crashed onto the White House grounds in Washington, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. A small drone flying low to the ground crashed onto the White House grounds before dawn Monday, triggering a major emergency response and raising fresh questions about security at the presidential mansion. A man later came forward to say he was responsible and didn't mean to fly it over the complex. The man contacted the Secret Service after reports of the crash spread in the media, a U.S. official said. The man told the agency that he had been flying the drone recreationally. The man is a Washington resident and is cooperating with investigators. (AP Photo/US Secret Service)

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Construction worker Travis Roberts had eight cones surrounding him when a driver ran him over Friday. January 25, 2015 (KOIN 6 News)

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The group, Friends of the Lovejoy Columns, is trying to save two columns with five paintings from being destroyed. January 25, 2015 (KOIN 6 News)

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