In the summer of 2016, a group of tourists and locals from the Rosemaw Islands took the Emerald Island by storm.
The islands are located on the island of Mearns, on the west coast of the mainland United States.
The island is a popular tourist destination and also has a long history of tourism.
The Rosemaws have hosted many world-class musicians, from Queen to Pearl Jam, but for the first time, a band was playing.
The group, called the Rosemaras, was playing in a small room, called a house, and the tour group was in the middle of the room.
As the tour band started playing “Tropical Storm Jonas,” the Rosemaids began to sing and dance along with the other members of the tour team, all in unison.
The crowd cheered, and soon the entire island was dancing.
The tour group began to slowly climb the stairs, and it was around this point that the tour manager and tour manager’s assistant, who had been helping the tour guide navigate the stairs on the way up, came up behind the tour and pushed the tour tour guide down.
The manager and assistant were so stunned that they had to rush to the group’s aid.
The man who had pushed the band member was bleeding from the mouth, and his assistant was screaming for help.
The entire tour group had been thrown down a flight of stairs, but they managed to get up and ran towards the tour director.
When they reached the door, the tour leader, who was standing by the door trying to help the band members, told the band to turn around and walk away.
The band members were confused and looked at each other in disbelief, and then the manager and the assistant quickly ran back to the tour.
At this point, the entire tour had been smashed to pieces.
They all had serious injuries.
One tour guide was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
The other tour guide and the band were treated and released from the hospital in an ambulance.
The two tour guides were then taken to another hospital for further treatment, and finally the tour bus was taken away for further investigation.
After the investigation was complete, it was determined that the cause of the crash was the combination of an inexperienced tour guide, a poorly placed safety belt, and an incorrect timing.
The driver of the bus had left the correct timing, and had forgotten to turn on the safety belt.
The vehicle collided with the tour vehicle, and a chain was caught in the windshield, which resulted in the bus rolling onto its side, breaking the car windows and the front seats of the passenger cars.
The injured tour guide had to be airlifted to a hospital for medical treatment, while the injured tour manager was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital for a further evaluation.
The investigation showed that the driver of a different tour bus had not properly timed the safety belts to stop the bus on the path to the island.
The car driver who had left a wrong timing for the safety chains was also unable to properly secure the chain on the bus.
The safety chain was not properly secured on the front seat of the other tour bus.
This caused the driver to roll off the bus and hit the tour car in the passenger side, injuring him severely.
The accident caused an estimated $20,000 in damages to the Rose Maras.
The incident was the first major tour crash in the Emerald Islands since the 1990s.
The local government had a large police presence, but the Rosemaas were not able to secure the island in the wake of the incident.
At that time, Rosemaram members began organizing a series of protests to force the island to adopt safety regulations.
As they did, the Emeralds also began to see an increase in reports of tourists hitting tourists.
According to local tourism officials, Rosemary Island saw more than 500 incidents of tourists getting in accidents in 2016, up from just five in 2015.
The number of tourist accidents in Rosemary increased to 1,837 in 2016 from 1,639 in 2015, according to data collected by the Rose Marina’s tourism department.
It is estimated that the island saw $5.5 million in tourism in 2016 alone.
In 2018, the Rose Mary Beach Resort, which hosts about 4,000 tourists each year, began to notice an increase of tourists arriving to the islands, with some even arriving by plane.
As more tourists began to arrive on the islands to tour, the resort decided to increase the amount of time it takes for them to complete a tour.
As a result, in March 2018, Rose Maram members started protesting the Roseland’s decision to increase its capacity to 2,000 visitors per day, from the current 500.
On March 21, 2018, protesters and Rosemarams members began demonstrating in the Rose Mall, outside of the Rose Beach Resort.
As thousands of people demonstrated in front of the resort, some of them holding signs with slogans such as “Free Rose