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A Duffel Bag

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We all knew it.

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A gun, even if unseen

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Insomnia

Men who reported difficulty falling or staying asleep had a moderately higher risk of death, especially from cardiovascular disease, than did men who said they fell asleep easily, a study finds.

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Bad football play?
Alabama fan kills another fan because she wasn't upset enough when Auburn won the Iron Bowl.

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Cobalt-60

The IAEA said in its statement that it “would probably be fatal to be close to this amount of unshielded radioactive material for a period in the range of a few minutes to an hour.” It is unclear how long the material was handled by the carjackers or others who found it later.

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Colliding Skydivers

"This is one of those things we have to face with the sport, the chance of injury," said skydiver Andrew Barker. ["Injury" might not be the right word.]

The skydivers died Tuesday after colliding in midair near Eloy, police said. The crash took place at Skydive Arizona, which operates out of Eloy Municipal Airport, about 60 miles south of Phoenix.
 
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Flying deer

She was hit by an airborne deer.

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Lug nut

Police say the man picked up a lug nut lying on the ground and threw it at the officer, hitting her below the eye.

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Anaconda

"The way he described it," said interpreter Asli Parker, "is an anaconda came to him, grabbed his mouth and then he started screaming. He was fighting with the snake. And the people woke up and he was trying to swallow him."
Abdulle says the anaconda was a foot thick, long enough to eat animals and people whole. Villagers wrestled the boy from the snake. Infection from the bite left him blind for two years and took his upper lip.

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Python

A python strangled a security guard near a luxury hotel on Indonesia's resort island of Bali on Friday, and then escaped into nearby bushes following the deadly attack, police and a hotel employee who witnessed the incident said.

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Facebook

A tourist in Australia had to be rescued by police after plunging off a pier while browsing Facebook on her phone, officials said Wednesday.

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Piranha

An attack by a school of carnivorous fish has injured 70 people bathing in an Argentine river, including seven children who lost parts of their fingers or toes.

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Snow

A Jackson man died Thursday when an avalanche swept him down a steep slope he was snowboarding about a half-mile outside Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

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Ceramic Squirrel

South Carolina authorities say a 44-year-old woman angry at a man for returning home without beer on Christmas beat and stabbed him with a ceramic squirrel.

[Folks, there is a bona fide country hit in that story. Jump in here, songwriters.]

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Sledgehammer

“There were two men sitting there, and they had been drinking all night,” SAPD spokeswoman Sandy Gutierrez said. “One of them then took a sledgehammer and hit the victim over the head several times, killing him.”

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A Safe... and it wasn't dropped on his head

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That safe story raises more questions than it answers.
 
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Forceps

A Southeast Texas family whose baby died days after being born is pushing for legislation banning the method of delivery they're blaming for her death.

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Atomic Wedgie

St. Clair had a head wound and appeared to have been in a fight. The underwear St. Clair was wearing had been pulled up his back and over his head, leaving the waistband around his neck. Booth said it was the first time he had ever heard of someone being killed by a pair of underwear.

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