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    A BRIT teenager has died after eating a burrito while he was travelling in Mexico. Joe Dobson, 19, died from an allergic reaction after eating the burrito containing sesame in the seaside resort town of Playa del Carmen in the region of Quintana Roo, a Coroner has ruled. 2Joe warned staff he would die if he ate sesameCredit: Getty 2Staff at the restaurant in Playa Del Carmen (file photo) did not help Joe when he went into anaphylactic shockCredit: Alamy Joe, who was allergic to sesame, eggs, milk and peanuts, had gone out to a local fusion restaurant with friends - an eatery he had been to before. As he ordered, Joe asked the restaurant staff on multiple occasions in both English and Spanish to ensure there was no sesame in his meal, the coroners' court hear. But after just three bites, his friends said that Joe knew there was sesame in his vegetarian burrito. Yet, they claimed staff did not seem bothered...
    WILFRED ZAHA appeared to bite back at Reece James after suggesting he had Crystal Palace star "on lock". Chelsea needed a late winner from former Palace loanee Conor Gallagher to take three points at Selhurst Park. 3Reece James took a swipe at Wilfred Zaha onlineCredit: Getty 3Wilfred Zaha appeared to respond to Reece James James was praised for his role in keeping forward Zaha largely out of the game. And the right-back posted an image marking the winger, with the lock emoji. But Zaha cryptically responded: "Clouts a hell of a drug lol But yall be safe." Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalised for Chelsea before Gallagher's late winner. READ MORE ON CHELSEAFOOTBALL LATEST Gallagher in stunning Chelsea winner, Liverpool held by Brighton It gave Graham Potter a winning start to life as Blues boss. Potter said: "We’re delighted with the result. "It’s a tough place to come. I thought we started quite well but conceded from the first action into the box. "Credit to the boys, they recovered well and did not let their...
    A Florida man survived for three days in a swamp after an alligator ripped off his arm while he was attempting to swim in the lake - a move he admits was 'not the smartest decision a Florida boy can make.' Eric Merda, 43, from Sarasota, was visiting the Lake Manatee Fish Camp in Myakka City on July 17 when he got lost. He said he came upon the water, and decided to swim across. 'I look over and there's a gator on my right-hand side,' he told 10 Tampa Bay. 'She got my forearm so I grabbed her like this, she was trying to roll by.' Merda said he was dragged underwater three times, but he fought back, and eventually the alligator left - with his arm.  Eric Merda, 43, is seen talking about the moment an alligator grabbed his arm as he swam in a lake Merda decided to swim across Lake Manatee (pictured) 'She snapped her head so my arm with backwards like this completely,' he said. Merda managed to swim to the shore and yell for...
    RESISTING the temptation to scratch mosquito bites is enough to keep anyone up at night. An Instagram user has revealed her DIY remedies to stopping bug bites from itching. 4Instagram user Nicole Jaques shared her top home remedies for soothing mosquito bitesCredit: Instagram/theboardhousewifepdx 4Nicole recommended using mouthwash or toothpaste to relieve itchingCredit: Instagram/theboardhousewifepdx Instagram user Nicole Jaques, who runs The Board Housewife account, shared her top household items for soothing mosquito bites. "Number one, run to the bathroom, grab mouthwash with an alcohol base or toothpaste. Dab it on the bite and it’ll stop the itch. Extra credit for baking soda toothpaste," Nicole advised her viewers. The home expert explained why these dental products help to relieve itching caused by bug bites. "Menthol is the active ingredient that cools the skin providing some relief," Nicole said. Read More Life HacksBUGS BE GONE Victoria's Secret perfumes repel mosquitos BETTER than repellant DITCH THE ITCH I’m a home expert – my DIY trick takes itchiness out of mosquito bites She added: "If using a baking soda toothpaste it becomes an alkaline, which...
    THE ALLEGED shark capital of the world is at a popular US beach spot and has been already hit by three brutal attacks this year. New Smyrna Beach, Florida, took the title after a string of terrifying encounters with the dangerous predators in recent years. 2The Florida beach where the attack occurred sees the most shark attacks in the state. 2Shark attacks are most common in Florida. In the most recent attack, a 28-year-old surfer was bitten just before noon on Sunday. The man fell off of his surfboard and was bitten on his left foot. Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue Capt. Alex Miller told the Sun the surfer only had minor injuries. This comes as two men in their early twenties, a fisherman and a surfer, suffered bites to their legs and feet, respectively, in March. Read Moree on Sharks SAVAGE ATTACK Mom of cheerleader, 17, mauled by 9ft shark gives heartbreaking updateBRAVE BATTLE Bloody aftermath of brutal shark attack seen after lifeguard fights 5ft beast Just last week, Addison Bethea, 17, lost part of her...
    A mother has spoken of how she stabbed one of her pit bulls to death as it mauled her one-year-old daughter on the floor of her Los Angeles home.  Baby Ruby Cervantes was set upon by both of her grandmother's dogs in Pico Rivera on Sunday night.  The family told NBC LA the three-year-old hounds, named Butch and Raider, had never exhibited aggressive behavior prior to the shocking incident, and had been let inside for a bath when one of the dogs suddenly went for Ruby. Triggered by the baby's screams, the other dog quickly snarled into a frenzy and began tearing at the infant's limbs. Several family members desperately tried to pry the dogs' jaws off the infant to no avail - leaving mother Jamie Morales with no choice but to grab a knife and violently stab the animals. Baby Ruby Cervantes was set upon by both of her grandmother's pit bulls in Pico Rivera on Sunday night The family told NBC LA the two three-year-old hounds, named Butch and Raider, had never exhibited aggressive behavior prior to the...
    Richmond Police unleash their dogs on suspects about once every month on average, according to a new analysis of internal police records on the department’s use of force. Here is a look at three of those violent arrests through the lens of police body-camera videos. For the full story click here. (Note: To turn on closed captioning, click the “CC” button on the bottom right of the videos and choose “English CC.” The videos contain scenes that some viewers may find disturbing.) VIDEO: “There’s a kid under here!” SETTING THE SCENE:  Richmond Police search for a suspected gang member who has fled from officers and barged into a neighbors’ apartment. The neighbors’ two young sons are asleep somewhere inside. WHAT TO WATCH FOR: When the suspect is discovered hiding under a bed, police dog Odin mistakenly attacks an officer, then the suspect and then an 8-year-old boy. THE OUTCOME: The boy is treated for puncture wounds to his head; the officer for wounds to his arm. The suspect has a chest injury. Police accuse the suspect of using the...
    IN the land of Count Dracula, Emma Raducanu finally drew blood at WTA Tour level and screamed: That was a huge win. A first-round clash at the Transylvanian Open was never going to be as significant as her heroics at the US Open or even Wimbledon this summer. 2Emma Raducanu won her first match since the US Open in RomaniaCredit: AP 2Raducanu won her first match outside of Grand Slams at tour levelCredit: Reuters But it will be forever remembered as a personal milestone in the career of this 18-year-old sensation from Kent. Despite falling a set behind, Raducanu responded brilliantly, showed off her fighting qualities over two hours and 27 minutes and sunk her teeth into Slovenian Polona Hercog in a 4-6 7-5 6-1 victory. It is her first win since last month’s New York fairy tale and first success at this standard of competition. And, after steam-rolling all before her at Flushing Meadows, this was also the youngster FIRST-EVER three set match at our level. A beaming Raducanu said: “I feel really happy to win that match. It...
    A man has been arrested after a road rage incident where he attacked an off-duty police officer and bit another man’s nipple off, prosecutors claimed. Kyle Clark, a 35-year-old from Chicago, was arrested after he sideswiped another vehicle carrying the officer and the officer’s friend on Lake Shore Drive Sunday night, prosecutors said, according to CWB Chicago. The crash led to a brawl between the three men after they pulled over to exchange information. Man beats off-duty Chicago police officer, bites off friend’s nipple in road rage incident: reporthttps://t.co/uAqfv7Q4Vu — Fox News (@FoxNews) August 10, 2021 After the collision, the officer and friend pulled alongside Clark and tried to tell him to pull over so they could file a crash report. At that time, the officer identified himself as a member of the Chicago police department, CWB Chicago claimed. Once the vehicles pulled over, the three men exited their vehicles. Clark reportedly approached the off-duty officer and punched him twice in the face. When the friend tried to jump in and help the off-duty officer, Clark attacked him and...
    By Victoria Franco | Bay City News Foundation The West Nile virus was detected in three separate samples of mosquitos found in Stockton on Friday, according to the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District. The district said their mosquito surveillance system discovered the virus from mosquito samples found in the 95207 and 95209 zip codes. “Our surveillance system is designed for the earliest possible detection of WNV positive mosquitos,” district spokesman Aaron Devencenzi said. The district is urging residents to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites. Residents can eliminate the risk of mosquito bites by eliminating all sources of standing water on their property that can attract mosquitos and using insect repellent approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Individuals can also wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and other protective clothing when going outside. “With this find, the district will be increasing mosquito control efforts to further reduce the mosquito population in these areas,” Devencenzi said. The district also suggests residents avoid spending time outdoors, at dawn and dusk, when mosquitos are most active. Any residents experiencing mosquito...
    Frankie Montas didn’t deserve the loss. Stuff-wise, numbers-wise, his start Thursday night was one of his best of the season. He retired 13 straight in six scoreless innings, but succumbed to an unlucky sequence in the A’s 6-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals at the Coliseum. Montas is best when he’s throwing his fastball with conviction and command. He had both Thursday, pumping his 98mph sinker and four-seamer to hitters and struck out eight batters while allowing just two hits until a mess formed. It started with Andrew Benintendi’s single, the first hit he’d allowed since the second inning. Then Jorge Soler incurred his sixth catchers interference of the year — won when the Royals challenged the call. Matt Chapman couldn’t wrangle a sharp Hunter Dozier chopper down the third base line, which scored a run. Then Kelvin Gutierrez hit a seeing eye single between two infielders to score two more. Montas exited the game with one out down in the seventh inning and on the hook for a loss. The game spiraled quickly from there....
    President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports. A National Park Service employee was taken to the White House Medical Unit for treatment after the German Shepherd 'nipped' him while out for a walk. Jill Biden's press secretary Michael LaRosa told CNN: 'Yes, Major nipped someone on a walk.  'Out of an abundance of caution, the individual was seen by WHMU and then returned to work.' President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports. The German Shepherd was last seen on a walk with an aide on Monday at 5pm  It comes just three weeks after Major bit another security guard, and was banished to Biden's family home in Delaware.  He received training alongside the Bidens' other dog Champ. Major was last spotted on a walk on Monday at around 5pm on a leash. It's unclear when exactly the latest biting incident occurred.  At the beginning of March, press secretary Jen Psaki defended the first biting incident, saying the first dogs were 'still getting...
    Three new West Nile virus cases have been detected by the Connecticut Department of Public Health according to a press release the agency issued on Wednesday, Sept. 9, bringing the state's season total to four human cases.  Two of the patients that fell ill in the second week of August, both between the ages of 20 and 39, are recovering in Danbury and Newtown respectively.  One of these patients experienced a severe headache and fever, while the second is recovering from West Nile encephalitis, which is swelling in the brain caused by the West Nile virus. The third patient, in his or her 70s, experienced West Nile encephalitis after being diagnosed in the last week of August. The Greenwich resident is recovering in hospice.  All three patients have developed antibodies to the virus.  According to the agency, West Nile Virus has been detected in Connecticut residents every year since 1999. Last year, one human case of the virus was reported, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station found the virus in 82 mosquito samples from 23 towns throughout the state and one human...
    MotoGP 2020 Lin Jarvis hopes the Quartararo-Viales duo will end Marc’s reign Mrquez, chased by Viales and Quartararo. EFE Lin Jarvis He went from packing boxes to becoming the boss of Valentino Rossi. The CEO of Yamaha has revealed in the official podcast of the MotoGP World Championship how he has adapted to work with stars like ‘The Doctor’ or Jorge Lorenzo. “With delicacy, diplomacy and difficulty, they are the three ‘D’ that I can say. It was the most gratifying moment because when we were together we won three triple crowns, I think, four championships with ‘Vale’, then three with Jorge, at that time when they were together, “he underlines. Jarvis is happy with the move Yamaha has made for the coming year. The pair that will form Fabio Quartararo and Maverick Viales invites optimism in the brand of tuning forks: “We are equal in our philosophy towards our pilots, but if this one wants that and the other wants the other, then you know you divide. But there are times when, you know, there are some great...
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