It was a moment that has been discussed for years. But the moment was captured by a photographer's mobile phone as he filmed the rescue of a girl at the end of a busy road in northern Sweden.

The scene was captured by a Swedish photographer as he took a photo of the rescue of a girl on a busy road in northern Sweden.

The girl, who was on her way to a friend's house, was found by a passer-by on a motorway in Rovaniemi, northern Sweden.

The girl is now recovering in hospital.

The incident happened at about 1pm on Tuesday (2pm GMT), according to the Local.

The photographer's mobile phone captured the rescue as he stood on the shoulder of the road waiting to shoot a photo of the rescue.

The girl was wearing a pink and black dress and a purple coat.

The camera was sitting on a stand on the shoulder of the road.

According to the Local, the girl was spotted by a motorist walking along the motorway.

When the motorist stopped to see her, he saw that she was in distress, and ran to her aid.

Local media reported that the girl was taken to hospital for treatment.<|endoftext|>Ahead of the debut of the new season of Game of Thrones, the popular HBO fantasy series has launched its own social media presence.

The site, GameOfThrones.com, launched today, and features a front page with a number of game-related images, such as a map with the series' main locations, a map of Westeros and the "Game of Thrones" logo, and an image of Daenerys Targaryen, the fictional queen of Westeros and co-prince of the Seven Kingdoms, flanked by two dragons.

The site features a blog, a Twitter feed, and a Facebook page with game-related videos. The site also serves as the official Twitter account for the show, which is set to return to the air on April 12. HBO also announced today that it is developing a new Game of Thrones television series that will star Peter Dinklage and Sophie Turner.

The site's blog boasts a mixture of news, trailers, behind-the-scenes photos and more. The blog also features an interactive gallery of the series' iconic locations, including Winterfell, which the Game of Thrones team has visited multiple times.

The blog also features a section for showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, who created the books, along with a section for the showrunners themselves.

The new site will be a welcome addition to the franchise, which has been in the spotlight of late following the release of the first season of the upcoming sixth and seventh seasons of the show.<|endoftext|>H.R. 607 (114th) was a bill in the United States Congress.

A bill must be passed by both the House and Senate in identical form and then be signed by the President to become law.

This bill was introduced in the 114th Congress, which met from Jan 6, 2015 to Jan 3, 2017. Legislation not enacted by the end of a Congress is cleared from the books.

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