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Man tries to mimic a TV stunt but ends up setting off a massive fire that damaged 32 buildings, displaced at least 18 people

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A man who tried to replicate a TV stunt ended up setting off a massive fire that damaged 32 buildings, displaced at least 18 people and forced the city to declare a state of emergency.

According to officials, it all began because a man wanted to imitate a stunt he’d seen on TV. The fire broke out Thursday in a neighborhood in Cohoes, New York.

Cohoes Fire Department Chief, Joseph Fahd said the man was trying to bend metal with fire in a barrel. He was trying to create a sword like something he’d seen done in the TV show, “Forged in Fire.”

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The reality show pits bladesmiths against each other as they compete to recreate historical weapons. But it was very windy that day. And the extreme wind conditions caused the fire to spread several blocks, Fahd said. It took firefighters six hours to get the fire under control.

Police charged the man, 51-year-old John Gomes, with fourth-degree arson and reckless endangerment. Mayor Shawn Morse, a firefighter himself for 26 years, called the incident heartbreaking saying, ‘the city is working as hard as it can to rebound and return to a sense of normalcy.”

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Fate – Tale of a Victim of Circumstance

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#Sigh… It is an established fact that ‘fate’ is not a respecter of person, place or time. Such was the tale of the woman i call the victim of circumstance.

I have the pictures as a witness, but they are too horrible to be published, this happened this evening in a restaurant, there was a journalist from a reputable TV present with us, so you might probably have more detailed information in the TV News.

My car got faulty so I went to see a mechanic, and whilst he was working, I went to cool off in the pub next to the mechanics workshop waiting for him to finish. I had no idea of such horrible scene.

We were all seated quietly, sipping our drinks. Suddenly, there was this bearded man in a long black dress who entered with a bag at his back and something covered in a black polythene bag with the head a bit out. I suspected it was a gun.

He was walking slowly looking cautiously and suspiciously around. All eyes were focused on him and everybody was so quiet as if we all knew something terrible was gonna happen.

All of the sudden, his bag hit the table of a lady and the drama happened.

The wine bottle that was on the lady’s table fell and was broken into thousand pieces. #sigh!


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A Poacher Was Killed By an Elephant & then Eaten by Lions. Double Whammy!

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This is what you call a double whamy! You woke up and set out to go poach (a nice word for stealing) rhino’s only to get yourself trampled on by elephants. The story just does not stop there. A pride of lions then come by seeing you all battered up decided it would be good to gobble you all up. All happened at Kruger National Park, South Africa.

His accomplice poachers were left to break the sad story to the victim’s family. The search party after struggling to find the dead man stumble on a skull that bore some resemblance to his poaching head PLUS a pair of recognizable trousers on thursday.

The managing executive of the park extended his condolences to the family.”Entering Kruger National Park illegally and on foot is not wise,” he said. “It holds many dangers and this incident is evidence of that.”

Kruger National Park has an ongoing problem with poaching and there remains a strong demand for rhino horn in Asian countries.

On Saturday, Hong Kong airport authorities seized the biggest haul of rhino horn in five years, valued at $2.1m (£1.6m). WOW!

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