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    15 Year Old Girl Shot Dead For Throwing Eggs At Neighbours Car!

    Adrian Broadway, 15, and her friends were pranking a neighbour before he came out with his shotgun and shooting the young.

    Adrian Broadway, 15, and her friends were pranking a neighbour in Little Rock, Ark., around 1 a.m. Saturday by putting eggs, leaves and mayonnaise on his car when he came outside with a shotgun.

    Adrian Broadway, 15, and her friends were pranking a neighbour before he came out with his shotgun and shooting the young.

    When the teenager and her six friends tried to drive away, 48-year-old Willie Noble shot at the car, striking Broadway in the head, reports ArkansasMatters.com.

    When the teenager and her six friends tried to drive away, 48-year-old Willie Noble shot at the car, striking Broadway in the head, reports ArkansasMatters.com .

    Broadway’s friends, all between the ages of 14 and 18, drove to the local Kum & Go gas station, where they called an ambulance. Paramedics found the teen unresponsive.

    Broadway's friends, all between the ages of 14 and 18, drove to the local Kum & Go gas station, where they called an ambulance. Paramedics found the teen unresponsive.

    The only other injury was to 18-year-old driver Dshone Nelson, who had minor lacerations to his hands from the broken glass.

    The 15-year-old was brought to Children’s Hospital, where she died from her injuries.

    The 15-year-old was brought to Children's Hospital, where she died from her injuries.
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    Lieutenant Sidney Allen of the Little Rock Police Department told KATV the teens were retaliating for a prank that happened three months ago involving them and Noble’s son.

    Lieutenant Sidney Allen of the Little Rock Police Department told KATV the teens were retaliating for a prank that happened three months ago involving them and Noble's son.

    “Apparently Mr. Noble’s teenage son had done a prank on some of the kids that were inside the vehicle on Halloween Night. As a result they were doing a retaliation prank and it ultimately had deadly results,” Allen said.

    Noble was arrested and has been charged with one count of first degree murder, one count of a terroristic act and five counts of aggravated assault for firing at the car carrying the teens.

    Noble was arrested and has been charged with one count of first degree murder, one count of a terroristic act and five counts of aggravated assault for firing at the car carrying the teens.via: Buzzfeed

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    10-Year-Old Boy Steals Car & Tells Cops He’s A Dwarf! (LOL)

    10-Year-Old Boy Steals Car & Tells Cops He’s A Dwarf! (LOL)

    A 10-year-old Norwegian boy stole his parents’s car and told police that he was a midget who had forgotten his license when he was pulled over six miles later.

    Euro Weekly News reports that the boy, who lives in a town about 70 miles north of Oslo, put his 18-month-old sister in the car early in the morning when his parents were still sleeping and set off to visit his grandparents, who live almost 40 miles away.

    He drove a little less than seven miles before veering off the road into a snowy ditch, where he was found by a snowplow driver who called the police.

    “The parents woke up and discovered that the children were missing and that someone had taken off with their car. They were pretty upset, as you can imagine,” a spokesman for the Vest Oppland police district, according to Euro Weekly News.

    “The boy told the snowplow driver that he was a dwarf and that he had forgotten his driver’s license at home,” he added.

    The children were not injured and the car was not damaged.

    “We have talked to them, and I’m pretty sure they’re going to pay very close attention both to their children and to their car keys in the future,” the spokesperson concluded.

    No charges will be filed against the boy or his family.

    via: Elite Daily

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    Michael Schumacher’s Manager Refuses To Comment On Pneumonia Reports (NEWS)

    Michael Schumacher's Manager Refuses To Comment On Pneumonia Reports (NEWS)

    Rumors have once again be circulating around Michael Schumacher’s health as reports claim that he has contracted a lung infection. This comes just a week after rumors that said he had actually died.

    The F1 Legend is approaching his 50th day in a medically induced coma and although we had confirmation that doctors are attempting to bring him out of the coma, the rest of the information we are getting is simply speculation.

    Once again, Schumacher’s manager has refused to comment on these most recent reports in his native Germany.

    “We are not commenting on speculation,” Schumacher’s manager and spokesperson Sabine Kehm told the newspaper.

    Since news of the severity of Schumacher’s condition first broke, Kehm has repeatedly pleaded with fans of the F1 legend to ignore all speculation on the 45-year-old’s health.

    Michael Schumacher's Manager Refuses To Comment On Pneumonia Reports (NEWS)
    Michael Schumacher's Manager Refuses To Comment On Pneumonia Reports (NEWS)
    Michael Schumacher's Manager Refuses To Comment On Pneumonia Reports (NEWS) Via: FoxNews

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    Elderly Woman Drives Wrong Way Down A11 Dual Carriageway (VIDEO)

    An elderly woman has been filmed hurtling along the wrong side of the A11 and A14 towards Cambridge, causing oncoming cars to veer out of her path.

    Speeding along at 50mph, this driver caused a host of 999 calls, and police managed to finally pull her over with a rolling roadblock near Exning on Sunday afternoon.

    She took no notice of horns or flashing headlights to warn her she was going down the wrong way, and carried on for over 50 miles. The fact no accidents occurred is astounding, and she will not be met with any charges, as police have stated she has mental health issues.

     

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    Footage Of US Troops Throwing A Terror Suspect Into The Back Of A Van Is Like A Movie Scene! (VIDEO)

    Footage Of US Troops Throwing A Terror Suspect Into The Back Of A Van Is Like A Movie Scene! (VIDEO)

    Gawker reported that Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Rugai was captured when he was heading home from morning prayers. Rugai is accused of having a role in the 1998 African embassy bombings, which resulted in over 200 deaths. Also a close friend of Osama Bin Laden, the U.S. had been hunting Rugai for 13 years.

    The video which is a ere opening reality of things we are only used to seeing in movies, shows two white vehicles cornering Rugai’s sedan on a street curb. Next, three people jump out of a van with guns drawn as one car blocks Rugai’s escape and a third car waits down the street.

    The footage was captured by a nearby security camera. Check it out above…

    Footage Of US Troops Throwing A Terror Suspect Into The Back Of A Van Is Like A Movie Scene! (VIDEO)
    Footage Of US Troops Throwing A Terror Suspect Into The Back Of A Van Is Like A Movie Scene! (VIDEO)
    Footage Of US Troops Throwing A Terror Suspect Into The Back Of A Van Is Like A Movie Scene! (VIDEO)

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    Michael Schumacher Is Not Responding To Stimuli As Attempts To Bring Him Out Of Coma Fail

    If you haven’t been worrying about the fate of Michael Schumacher, perhaps now is the time to start. Doctors have spent the past two weeks attempting to bring the seven-time Formula One World Champion out of the coma he’s been in since a December 29 skiing accident, but attempts to elicit responses to “deliberate stimuli” have been absent. Rather, Schumacher has only displayed reflex twitches.

    The report comes from Germany’s Bild-Zeitung, which was picked up by Fox Sports, so we’d like to stress that this is not an official update. Schumacher’s medical and PR teams have been quiet since the initial announcement that doctors would begin easing the German’s sedative levels.

    According to the German publication, Schumacher’s wife, Corinna, continues to spend her days at the driver’s bedside, talking to him. Patients in Schumi’s condition have been known to show improvements when being exposed to a continuous, familiar voice. As explained in previous posts, patients that remain in induced comas for too long may never wake up, or if they do, suffer from mental deficits and personality changes.

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    Michael Schumacher In Stable Condition But What About His Future?

    Michael Schumacher In Stable Condition But What About His Future?

    Michael Schumacher In Stable Condition But What About His Future?
    Michael Schumacher is finally in a stable and ‘not critical’ condition, but remains in a medically induced coma following a skiing accident on December 29. But if Schumacher does survive, will he be the same?

    Since his accident just after Christmas, updates on Schumacher’s condition have been limited which has caused speculation and rumors surrounding the current situation and the potential future outcomes for the formula 1 legend. These rumors have all come from people and sources that aren’t actually connected to Schumacher’s medical team.

    Again, although no word from the doctors, Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm released this statement yesterday”

    “Unfortunately, I have to repeat any information regarding Michael’s health not coming from the doctor’s treating him, or his management, must be treated as pure speculation. I also repeat Michael’s family is very happy and confident with the work of the team of doctors treating Michael, and they trust them completely. Michael’s condition is still considered stable,”

    This information comes a whole ten days since we last heard any official information which led some media outlets to speculate that Schumacher may never emerge from his coma. Richard Greenwood, a consultant neurologist at London’s Homerton Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, though, had a different concern.

    “If Schumacher survives he will not be Schumacher. He will be Bloggs,” Greenwood said, using the Britishism for a John Doe to indicate that Schumacher’s personality could be radically different when he wakes.

    “His rehabilitation will only be effective if he comes to terms with being Bloggs, and fulfills what Bloggs can do. That’s a very, very difficult process to take people through. They need to come to terms with their limitations – the fact they have changed,” Greenwood said, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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    Investigators Explain The Causes Of Michael Schumacher’s Skiing Accident (VIDEO)

    Investigators explain Schumacher accident

    Investigators explain Schumacher accident

    French police investigators have finally shed some light on the causes of the Michael Schumacher’s Skiing accident last week, which has left the Formula One legend in a critical state.

    While rumors circulated the internet claiming Schumacher was going too fast, the French investigators have ruled this out with Lt. Col. Benoit Vinneman saying speed was not considered a significant factor.

     “His pace was completely normal for a skilled skier”

    Investigators have been helped by the recording from the Go-Pro high definition camera that was attached on Michael Schumacher’s helmet. This did allow them to notice that although Schumacher wasn’t going particularly fast, he did have to slow down when he hit a certain part of the slope.

    In addition, Schumacher’s skis were almost new.

    “The rock that he hit was 8 meters from piste. His position after he fell was 9 meters away from the piste. So we examined the film,  that confirmed all the information we had. We used this film to do a reconstruction of the accident,” the French investigators said.

    See the video below for more information…

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    Michael Schumacher In ‘Serious But Stable’ Condition According To Manager

    Michael Schumacher Critical but Stable

    Michael Schumacher Critical but Stable

    Michael Schumacher remained in a “critical but stable” condition in a French hospital last night, according to his manager, who denied claims made by Schumachers friend that he was out of danger.

    The seven-time world champion’s manager said yesterday that reports his life was no longer under threat were inaccurate and that he was not yet out of the woods.

    Schumacher’s friend, former F1 driver Philippe Streiff, had said on Friday that he had been told by the family doctor, Gerard Saillant, that his life was no longer in danger.

    Schumacher had hit his head on a rock while skiing off-piste on Sunday morning. He has been in a medically induced coma for six days since being transferred to a Grenoble hospital, where he has undergone two operations.

    Sabine Kehm, his spokesman, said in a statement: “Michael’s condition remains critical but stable. We would like to clearly stress that any information regarding Michael’s health not coming from the doctors treating him or from his management must be treated as invalid and pure speculation,” Schumacher’s agent, Sabine Kehm, said in a statement.

    via: Telegraph.co.uk

    Check out the support Schumachers fans have given the Formula One legend…

    Michael Schumacher In 'Serious But Stable' Condition According To Manager

    Michael Schumacher fans pay tribute

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    Canadians Wreck Car, Set It On Fire To Keep From Freezing, Go To Jail

    Men get arrested for burning their car to survive.

    Canadians Wreck Car, Set It On Fire To Keep From Freezing, Go To Jail

    If this happened in America, it’s the sort of thing that could lead to mandatory DO NOT SET CAR ABLAZE stickers on everyone’s dash. But it’s from Canada, so no need to worry. Basically, two guys wrecked their Honda in a ditch, and then set it on fire so they wouldn’t freeze. It turns out this isn’t such a great idea.

    The two men were driving on December 28, about 150 miles or so south of Calgary on a rural road, which must have looked like a sea of snow and grey skies, when they lost control of their Honda and plowed into a ditch.

    That’s bad news, absolutely. But the actions they took next are what make this so puzzling. Instead of calling for help on the cell phones they both carried, or walking to find help, they decided to set their car on fire. Well, at first, just the seats from the car and, according to the article, “all of their personal belongings.” They were afraid of freezing to death, which, at about 5° F (-15°C), was certainly a concern.

    After the seats-fire went out, they just decided to torch the whole car, which, of course, got out of hand pretty quickly, which gave the men the novel status of being later treated for both burns and frostbite.

    In the morning, they found they were in easy walking distance of a house, which solved their crisis. Unsurprisingly, someone later called 911 about the smoldering wreckage, which led to one of the men being arrested for outstanding warrants.

    So maybe that’s why they didn’t call for help and burned their car instead? Or maybe it was just Canadian politeness, where they couldn’t bear the thought of having to bother anybody to come out in such miserable weather?

    Either way, the lesson is pretty clear: try not to set your car on fire!

    Via: Jalopnik

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    Michael Schumacher Update and The Moments He Was Airlifted To Hospital (VIDEO)

    Michael Schumacher Goes Through 2nd Operation

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwgbotnxEDs

    We brought you details of Michael Schumacher’s progress yesterday after doctors told us they could only monitor his situation hour by hour, and today, the seven-time Formula One World Champion showed a few signs that he is relatively stable after a second operation during the night.

    “The scan show us that the situation is once again stable, better than yesterday, but still fragile, still critical” doctors said during the press conference.

    “He is still not out of danger; we are unable to say he’s out of danger; the coming hours are crucial,” Dr Jean-Francois Payen said.

    The second intervention took place at 22:00 and was to eliminate a hematoma on the left side and to improve inter-cranial pressure; it took about two hours and a scan confirmed that there are still a lot of various hematomas inside the brain.

    There were 7 people involved in operation.

    “We are unable to evacuate the other hematomas at this moment; so the plan is to not evacuate the other hematomas at this moment,” doctors said.

    When asked if a transfer is possible to another hospital in Germany, Dr Jean-Francois Payen said “transfer to another hospital in Germany is very dangerous at this moment”.

    Schumacher, 44 remains critically ill in a coma and his body is being kept at about 34-36 degrees Celsius (89.6-93.2°F) for the next 24-72 hours, the former F1 doctor Gary Hartstein tweeted.

    ‘Extremely shocked’
    Schumacher was skiing with his 14-year-old son Mick in the French resort of Meribel when fell and hit the side of his head on a rock.
    According to the ski patrollers who arrived just minutes after the impact, Schumacher was unable to respond to simple questions and was airlifted to a small hospital in Moutiers.

    According to un-confirmed reports, the impact was so severe that the helmet cracked.

    This video shows the helicopter rescue of Michael Schumacher

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27Z0eBbRj_c

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    Formula 1 Legend Michael Schumacher Fighting For His Life Hour By Hour (NEWS)

    Michael Schumacher being monitored hour by hour

    Michael Schumacher being monitored hour by hour

    It seems crazy that Formula 1 racing legend Michael Schumacher has spent his whole life racing at speeds of 240mph, and yet he is tragically clinging on to life following a skiing accident.

    After suffering a head injury while skiing on Sunday afternoon in the French Alps with his 14  year old son, the 7 time German Formula champion is in a medically induces coma with doctors monitoring his critical health hour by hour.

    Doctors treating Michael Schumacher refused Monday to predict an outcome for the seven-time Formula One champion, saying they were taking his critical head injury “hour by hour” following a skiing accident.

    Chief anesthesiologist Jean-Francois Payen told reporters that Schumacher was still in a medically induced coma and doctors were focusing only on his current condition.

    “We cannot predict the future for Michael Schumacher,” said Payen, who is also in charge of Grenoble University Hospital’s intensive-care unit.

    “He is in a critical state in terms of cerebral resuscitation,” he added. “We are working hour by hour.”

    Schumacher, the most successful driver in Formula One history, arrived at the Grenoble hospital a day earlier already in a coma and immediately underwent brain surgery.

    The German driver was skiing with his son Sunday morning in the French Alpine resort of Meribel, about 130 km southeast of Geneva, when he fell and hit the right side of his head on a rock. He was wearing a helmet, but doctors said it was not enough to prevent a serious brain injury.

    Gerard Saillant, a trauma surgeon who operated on Schumacher when he broke his leg in a 1999 race crash, was at the hospital as a visitor. He told reporters that Schumacher’s age — he turns 45 on Jan. 3 — and his fitness should work in his favor.

    Top neurology team

    But the Grenoble medical team was being very cautious about Schumacher’s prognosis. Working to relieve the pressure on his brain, they lowered his body temperature to between 34 and 35 degrees Celsius as part of the medically induced coma, which essentially rests the brain, slowing its metabolism to help reduce inflammation after an injury.

    Meribel Village skiing
    Meribel Village, a ski resort in France, located about 130 km southeast of Geneva, Switzerland. Michael Schumacher was skiing with his son in the region when he fell and struck his head. (Igluski.com)

    The neurology team at Grenoble University Hospital is recognized as among the best in France and the hospital, in a city that is the gateway to the French Alps, sees a large number of skiing accidents every year.

    Schumacher has been seriously hurt before. He broke his leg in a crash at the Silverstone race course in 1999. He also suffered serious neck and spine injuries after a motorcycling accident in February 2009 in Spain.

    The area where Schumacher was skiing is part of a web of trails that slice down through a vast and, in parts, very steep snowfield. Although challenging, the snowfield is not extreme skiing. The runs are broad and neatly tended, and the ungroomed area in between, known as off-piste — where the resort said Schumacher was found — is free of trees.

    Local hospital then Grenoble

    The resort said Schumacher was conscious when first responders arrived, although agitated and in shock. But Payen said Monday that after the fall Schumacher was not in a “normal state of consciousness.” He was not responding to questions and his limbs appeared to be moving involuntarily.

    He was airlifted to a local hospital and then later brought to Grenoble. Doctors said this stopover was typical and did not affect his condition.

    His wife and other family members were by his bedside.

    “The family is not doing very well obviously. They are shocked,” said his manager Sabine Kehm, who added that the family still appreciated the outpouring of support.

    As news of the accident spread, Formula One drivers and fans rushed to wish Schumacher a quick recovery.

    Boyhood idol

    “Like millions of Germans, the chancellor and members of the government were extremely dismayed when they heard about Michael Schumacher’s serious skiing accident,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman, Steffen Seibert, said in Berlin.

    Sebastian Vettel, for whom Schumacher was a boyhood idol, told German news agency dpa: “I am shocked and hope that he will get better as soon as possible.”

    Ferrari, which Schumacher raced for, expressed its concern in a statement.

    “Everyone at Ferrari has been in a state of anxiety since hearing about Michael Schumacher’s accident,” it said, adding that company president, Luca di Montezemolo, and race team leader, Stefano Domenicali, were in contact with the family.

    British former world champion Jenson Button said posted that his “thoughts are with Michael Schumacher at this tough time .… Michael more than anyone has the strength to pull through this.”

    During his career, Schumacher won seven drivers’ championships and 91 race wins. After initial success with the Benetton team, Schumacher moved to Ferrari and helped turn the Italian team into the sport’s dominant force. After initially retiring in 2006, he made a comeback in 2010 and raced for three years with Mercedes.

    via: CBC

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Schumacher and his family at this time.

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