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    Former United States Marine and World War II veteran Carl Spurlin Dekel cried over the current state of his country as he celebrated his 100th birthday on June 29. The Florida native reflected on his life, saying, "I've lived a good life. I've had a lot of love, happiness, smiling, telling everybody that everything was beautiful every day." Dekel then began to cry. "People don't realize what they have. They b**** about it. And then, nowadays, I am so upset because the things we did, the things we fought for, and the boys that died for it, it's all going down the drain." Dekel told FOX 13. "Our country is going to hell in a handbasket. We haven't got the country we had when I was raised, not at all." 'STRAIGHT AHEAD MISDIRECTION': BEZOS RENEWS FEUD WITH BIDEN OVER GAS PRICES The 100-year-old veteran's gratitude was mixed with sorrow for the next generation. "Nobody will have the opportunity I had," Dekel added. "It's just not the same. That's not what our boys, that's...
    Tony Siragusa, a longtime NFL player and fan favorite, has died at age 55. Siragusa's broadcast agent, Jim Ornstein, confirmed his death to The Associated Press on Wednesday. The cause of death has not been made public, but Siragusa reportedly died in his sleep on Monday.  'This is a really sad day,' Ornstein said. 'Tony was way more than my client, he was family. My heart goes out to Tony's loved ones.' The massive 6-foot-4, 360-pound defensive tackle and New Jersey native was a beloved member of a Baltimore Ravens team that beat the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV at the end of the 2000 NFL season. Siragusa went on to act in several episodes of HBO's Sopranos and became a sideline reporter for Fox's NFL broadcasts. Tony Siragusa, defensive tackle for the Super Bowl-champion Baltimore Ravens, holds the Vince Lombardi trophy as he rides with his wife, Kathy, in a parade in his hometown of Kenilworth, New Jersey on March 4, 2001. Siragusa, the charismatic defensive tackle who helped lead a stout Baltimore defense to a Super...
    A STUNNING leg fossil belonging to a doomed dinosaur has been unearthed, dating back to the very moment a giant asteroid wiped most species out. Experts believe the small herbivore creature was killed and entombed on the actual day dinosaurs went extinct 66million years ago. 2'Most incredible' discovery of a fossilised dinosaur legCredit: BBC The beautifully preserved remains were found with some tiny fragments linked to the tragic event. It was probably ripped off just after the asteroid struck and caused a flash flood. Incredibly, some skin was also still in tact. Scientists are getting excited because it could be the first direct evidence that the dinosaurs were killed off by an asteroid. It's a major development because not many of them have even been dug up from the final few thousand years before the impact. The shock discovery is set to be revealed on TV in a BBC documentary with David Attenborough next week. Leading expert Robert DePalma said: "This is the most incredible thing that we could possibly imagine here, the best case scenario….The one thing that we...
    (CNN)A man arrested during a traffic stop Wednesday died in jail hours after he was taken into custody, Milwaukee police said. The 20-year-old was pulled over for a traffic violation around 1:55 a.m. Wednesday, police said. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant and had "suspected illegal narcotics," Milwaukee Police Chief Norman said Wednesday night. Details of the warrant weren't immediately available. About 16 hours after the traffic stop -- around 5:53 p.m. -- the man was found to be in medical distress during a routine cell check at the Milwaukee Police District 5 office, Norman said. Officers provided life-saving measures until they were relieved by the Milwaukee Fire Department, police said in a news release. The man was later pronounced dead. His death comes amid heightened scrutiny of cases in which people die or are injured in police custody. Read MoreMilwaukee's police chief was not aware of any physical altercation between officers and the man who died, whose name was not released, he said. Three officers have been put on administrative duty, per standard department procedure, Norman said. "Pursuant...
    A Tennessee woman has pleaded guilty in a crash that killed a Gaithersburg, Maryland, couple in March. Rebecca Vo, of Nashville, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two charges of gross negligent manslaughter by vehicle in the deaths of Pran and Pamela Sharma, the office of Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy said in a statement. More Montgomery County News More Crime News The Sharmas were heading west on Darnestown Road and turning left into Blackberry Drive, where they lived, on March 27 when their car was hit by Vo’s car heading east on Darnestown Road at about 8:30 p.m. The Sharmas’ car spun and rolled over, landing back on its wheels. The two were taken to hospitals. Pamela Sharma died the next day; Pran Sharma died March 30. According to the statement, a witness said Vo, who wasn’t hurt in the crash, had been driving erratically, and when a police officer asked her what had happened and how much she’d had to drink, her initial response to both questions was “I honestly don’t know.” She later said she’d been...
    A MOM revealed that the happiest day of her life quickly took a turn for the worse when she almost died while giving birth. Kayleigh Summers, who self-identifies as the birthing trauma mama, developed amniotic fluid embolism (AFE), a very rare yet serious condition. 3A mom revealed she almost died while giving birth 3Her nurse seemingly brushed her off at firstCredit: TikTok/Kayleigh Summers Taking to TikTok, the AFE survivor shared: "During labor with my first and only child, I was 10 centimeters and ready to meet my baby when I suddenly didn't feel well. "I told my nurse and she said that feeling sick during the transition was normal. "She quickly grabbed me a bad to throw up in and double-checked my vital to be safe. "I then said no, something is really wrong. Something is really wrong with my heart!" She then claimed in her video that when the nurse turned to her to reassure her that she was ok, she completely collapsed. "I immediately went into cardiopulmonary arrest. I was experiencing an amniotic fluid embolism and...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Paul Veneto has arrived at Ground Zero. Known as the man pushing an airline beverage cart in honor of the flight crews who died on 9/11 for Paulie’s Push, Veneto arrived at the 9/11 Memorial at about 1:15 p.m. Saturday. He announced his arrival on his Facebook page, saying simply, “Journey’s End.” READ MORE: 9/11 20th Anniversary Remembered In Massachusetts With Several Events The former United Airlines flight attendant had a scheduled day off on September 11th, 2001, and could only watch helplessly with the rest of the world in disbelief on that day twenty years ago. Many of the crew members who died on those flights were people he knew personally. READ MORE: BC Football Honors 9/11 Hero Welles Crowther With Red-Bandanna Themed Jerseys “When those crew members knew they weren’t going to make it, they still kept doing their job. It’s mind-boggling to me,” said Veneto in an interview with WBZ-TV. Paul Veneto arrives at the 9/11 Memorial on Saturday. (Photo credit: PauliesPush.com) And for that, he wants to make sure they are remembered as...
    Hugh Jackman has announced that his father, Christopher John Jackman, has died.  In a post shared to Instagram on Monday, the Australian actor, 56, revealed the sad news.  Alongside a photo of his father, he wrote: 'In the early hours of Father's Day (AU), my Dad peacefully passed away.  Tragic: Hugh Jackman has announced that his father, Christopher John Jackman, has died. In a post shared to Instagram on Monday, the Australian actor, 56, revealed the sad news. Pictured together last year  'And whilst there is deep sadness, I am filled with such gratitude and love. My Dad was, in a word, extraordinary.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hugh Jackman's heartwarming response to a grandfather with... The power of forgiveness: Hugh Jackman hugs the mother who... How I forgave the mother who abandoned me at eight: Hugh... Famous friends! Andy Lee shares a throwback pic of himself... Share this article Share 'He devoted his life to his family, his work and his faith. I pray he is now at peace with...
    A six-year-old female orca has died unexpectedly at SeaWorld in San Diego after first showing signs of illness just one day before. The orca, named Amaya, fell ill on August 18 and was treated by animal care specialists and veterans at the theme park immediately, as reported by NBC Bay Area.  The next day she died suddenly and the cause of death remains unknown. Specialists at SeaWorld are conducting a post-mortem exam to find out how the killer whale's health declined so quickly but said getting the results may take a couple of weeks. Amaya - whose name means 'night rain' in Japanese - was the youngest orca at SeaWorld, where her mother Kalia and father Ulises still live.  'Her death was sudden and unexpected,' SeaWorld said in a statement. A female orca named Amaya (pictured) fell ill on August 18 at SeaWorld San Diego and died suddenly the following day Amaya - whose name means 'night rain' in Japanese - was the youngest orca at SeaWorld, where her mother Kalia and father Ulises still live Specialists...
    A Long Island woman received an anonymous letter from neighbors asking her to remove Christmas decorations from her yard that were put up by her late father just weeks before he died of COVID-19. Sara Pascucci of Bethpage is one of at least three residents who live on Berkshire Road and who have reported receiving notices that read: ‘Take your Christmas lights down! It’s Valentine’s Day!!!!’ She told WCBS-TV that the letter, which did not have a return address, was postmarked January 30. At least three residents of Bethpage, New York, received anonymous, postmarked letters telling them to remove their Christmas decorations this week Sara Pascucci (left), 31, says that she was hurt to receive the letter since the decorations were put up by her late father, Anthony (right), 61, just weeks before he died of COVID-19 on January 15 ‘Take your Christmas lights down! It’s Valentine’s Day!!!!’ reads the typed letter CBS Privacy Policy Pascucci, 31, was particularly stung by the letter since her family was still mourning the loss of her father, 61-year-old...
    Lori Vallow's brother called her new husband, alleged doomsday cult leader Chad Daybell, for a 'blessing' on the day he died, a police report has revealed.  The brother, Alex Cox, died aged 51 on December 12, 2019, in Gilbert, Arizona. An autopsy determined he died of natural causes with blood clots in his lungs and the overdose drug Narcan in his system.  Earlier this month authorities released a 59-page report with new details about Cox's death. The report, which was heavily redacted, said that Cox had been feeling short of breath for days, and that he got a 'blessing over the phone' from a 'friend' just hours before he died.  The East Idaho News identified that friend as Chad - who had married Cox's sister Lori a few weeks earlier.  The report also revealed that Cox was under investigation for two deaths at the time of his own - Chad's wife Tammy Daybell and Lori's previous husband Charles Vallow.  Months after he died, Cox was implicated in two more deaths as the bodies of his niece and nephew, Lori's children...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 28-year-old truck driver has been arrested in a fatal Valentine’s Day crash that sent a man falling from the Key Bridge into the water below, the Maryland Transportation Authority Police Department said Friday. Charles Dailey, Jr., of Pasadena, was arrested Sunday and taken to Central Booking. He’s charged with one count of criminally negligent manslaughter by vehicle. READ MORE: Man Killed After Being Knocked Off Key Bridge During Crash Police said Dailey was behind the wheel of an International tractor-trailer around 10 a.m. on February 14 when he hit a disabled Honda sedan on the bridge. Crews had been called to the area for a report of a disabled vehicle around 10 a.m., but before they got to the scene, Dailey reportedly hit the disabled Honda. The victim, 29-year-old Nazmi Abdelhadi of Middle River, died due to the crash. Marine units pulled his body from the water near the bridge. It’s unclear if Abdelhadi died prior to falling from the bridge.
    (CNN)What happened today seemed impossible to many Americans six months ago.When Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted in March that Covid-19 could kill 200,000 people in the US, skeptics lambasted him and accused him of fearmongering.But Fauci was right. And the US reached that bleak milestone much earlier than some experts predicted. Since the first known US Covid-19 death on February 6, an average of more than 858 people have died from the disease every day.Many of those victims died without loved ones in hospital rooms. Countless others never had a proper funeral, with mourners grieving remotely online. Read MoreCovid-19 is now the second-leading cause of death in the US, just after heart disease, according to the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). What happens next with the pandemic largely depends on personal responsibility and how much Americans are willing to fight this battle together.Already, Covid-19 has killed more people in the US than Americans killed in battle during the five most recent wars combined: the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Iraq War, the War in Afghanistan...
    A BRIDE-TO-BE has been left unable to eat for four years while battling a rare condition - that has seen her die four times. Young mum Jessica Elliott dropped to just 5st 6lb after developing an aggressive form of Crohn’s disease. 6Jessica Elliot has been clinically dead four times this year Credit: Jesscia Elliot. 6Jessica is set yo marry her partner Josh, they are pictured together above with her little boy AlfredCredit: Jesscia Elliot. Her condition is so severe she vomits up to 30 times a day, with her stomach valves firing back food like a “pinball machine”. The 25-year-old, of Southampton, Hants, has been clinically dead four times this year. In January, she suffered a cardiac arrest after her potassium levels dropped so low that her heart stopped beating. Despite undergoing countless treatments, Jessica, who is mum to five-year-old Alfred, has been told there is nothing the NHS can do other than repeatedly restart her heart and send her home. “This year alone I’ve been in hospital nine times and I’m terrified that the next time could be the...
    Chad Daybell with his ex-wife Tammy. A text exchange where he went to great length describing his day on September 9 was read aloud in court on Tuesday. It was also the same day Lori's daughter, Tylee, was last seen alive Chad Daybell texted his late first wife telling her he'd shot a large raccoon and buried it in his pet cemetery where his second wife Lori Vallow's kids were found dead in June, on the same day that one of the children vanished.  The texts were sent from Daybell to his wife Tammy on September 9 last year, the day Lori Vallow's daughter Tylee, 17, went missing.  He said in them: 'I've had an interesting morning! I felt I should burn all of the limb debris by the fire pit before it got too soaked by the coming storm.  'While I did so, I spotted a big racoon along the fence. 'I hurried and got my gun, and he was till walking along. I got close enough that one shot did the trick. 'He is now in our pet...
    (CNN)A Southern California man who tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party expressed his fear and regret a day before he died.Thomas Macias, 51, went to a barbecue last month near his community in Lake Elsinore, about 70 miles from Los Angeles. Shortly after the party, he started feeling sick. On June 20, he posted a poignant message on Facebook to warn his loved ones about the risks of the virus, his family said. "I went out a couple of weeks ago ... because of my stupidity I put my mom and sisters and my family's health in jeopardy," he wrote. "This has been a very painful experience. This is no joke. If you have to go out, wear a mask, and practice social distancing. ... Hopefully with God's help, I'll be able to survive this."He never made it. He was rushed to the hospital and died a day after that post. Thomas Macias, 51Read MoreA friend attended the party while sickMacias worked as a truck driver and suffered from diabetes, making him especially vulnerable to the virus. Doctors...
    Vice President Mike Pence celebrated 'remarkable progress' against the coronavirus, even as he acknowledged a surge in cases and the startling number of deaths due to the pandemic at the coronavirus first task force briefing in months Friday. 'We slowed the spread. We flattened the curve. We saved lives,' Pence told reporters at a task force briefing Friday – this time held for the first time at the Department of Health and Human Services. He offered 'sympathies and our deepest condolences' to families and victims – and kicked off the briefing by citing the grim statistics, with 125,000 dead and more than 2.5 million Americans infected. As he did at White House briefings in the past, Pence praised President Trump's actions, including blocking many travelers from China, even as public opinion polls show significant public dissatisfaction with the administration's handling of the pandemic.  'We slowed the spread. We flattened the curve. We saved lives,' said Vice President Mike Pence at the first coronavirus task force briefing in two months He said it was time to 'take a step back...
    LOOKING down at her baby girl and stroking her tiny fingers, Hattie Rydel wiped away a tear - she knew their time together was limited. The 27-year-old only found out the day before her due date that daughter Robyn had no heartbeat. 9Hattie Rydel, 27, and partner Perry Angel, 28, were devastated when they found out the day before their due date that daughter had no heartbeatCredit: Caters News Agency 9A cold cot allowed them to spend three precious days with baby RobynCredit: Caters News Agency She was stillborn at 40 weeks and one day last October, weighing 4lb 15oz at Medway Hospital in Chatham, Kent. Hattie, a tutor in adult education, and partner Perry Angel, 28, were devastated and longed for precious time with their little girl. Incredibly, they were offered a refrigerated cot which meant the couple could spend a few days with her - memories they will treasure forever. Treasured time Hattie said: “When we lost our child all we wanted to do was hold her and hug her and take in every little detail of her...
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