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AUBURN, AL – A 3-year-old girl drowned Saturday afternoon after she fell into an ice cream shop’s grease pit.

On Saturday, 3-year-old Sadie Andrews was reported missing as her family were getting ice cream at Bruster’s Ice Cream shop.

She was last seen playing with her five siblings in a grassy area near the shop that contains picnic tables.

Five to 10 minutes later, someone figured out the girl had fallen into the shop’s six-foot-deep, in-ground grease pit.

CPR was performed on the scene after she was pulled out, but she would be pronounced dead of accidental drowning after being rushed to the hospital.

Surveillance footage would show that as Sadie was playing, she fell through the grease trap’s cover, which was not locked or secured, which closed behind her. Sadie’s family says that the lid was wooden and had rotted through.

Police do not feel foul play was involved and are classifying the girl’s death a tragic accident.

“Her name means ‘God’s thoughtful princess,'” her mother said. “And she really was that — always expressing gratefulness and love for God and other people.…

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – A woman was killed while on vacation after hanging out the window of a moving car and having her head smashed in by a light post.

Natalia Borodina, 35, from Moscow, was vacationing in the Dominican Republic when she decided to remove her bikini top and start hanging out of a moving car as it drove down the highway.

The female driver, Ivanna Boirachuk, was recording Borodina’s antics on a cell phone and got just a tad too close to the curb.

As Borodina plays it up for the camera, seductively sticking a finger in her mouth, she arches her back out of the window and stretches out her arm seconds before her head is caved in by a light post.

Borodina, who has an 8-year-old son, was rushed to hospital where she died from “serious injuries” to her head.

If you want to watch a video of a big-breasted topless woman getting her head caved in by a lamp post, the video is right here.

We reported on a similar story a few years back.…

FRESNO, CA – A 12-year-old boy was killed after being electrocuted by an electrified fence while trying to retrieve a football.

Residents of the Villa Margarita apartments stated that the apartment’s playground was locked down early so a group of children were playing in a parking lot.

This lot had a concrete wall in front of an chain-link fence, and the space between them is where a football ended up landing. Adrien Perez, 12, elected to retrieve the football and jumped into the gap.

Witnesses say Adrien fell to the ground when he touched the chain-link fence, got back up then fell to the ground unconscious while still touching the fence.

“He jumped inside and when he jumped inside, we don’t know from where but he started getting electrocuted, he was getting electrocuted,” his mother said. “We could hear every time he was getting shocked between the fence and the wall.”

His friends and neighbors tried to get Adrien out, but the gap was too small and too deep. By time medics arrived at the scene, Adrien was no longer breathing.…

PRATTVILLE, AL – A 3-year-old girl in Alabama has died after her father accidentally ran her over with a lawn mower.

According to the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office, a man was driving a riding lawn mower Sunday afternoon when he accidentally backed over his 3-year-old daughter.

The girl was rushed to the Prattville Baptist Hospital where she pronounced dead. At this time, police do not believe any foul play is involved.

“Right now, we believe we are dealing with a tragic accident,” said Chief Assistant District Attorney C.J. Robinson. “State law requires that the death of a child be investigated. This is standard procedure in Alabama when a child less than 16 years of age dies. Our thoughts and prayers are certainly with the family right now.”

The family declined to comment through a spokeswoman when some asshole reporter from the Montgomery Advertiser decided to go to their home and try to get an interview the next day.

Back in 2011, we reported on a 3-year-old girl who had to have one of her legs amputated after her grandfather accidentally ran her over with a riding lawn mower.…

ITALY – An 11-year-old boy and both of his parents died after falling into a hole in a volcanic crater at Solfatara.

The family were on their last day of vacation when the oldest boy, Lorenzo, reportedly walk past a barrier into a prohibited area.

The area he walked into is known for having ground like quicksand that can collapse. When he became stuck, his parents, 42-year-old Tiziana Zaramella and 49-year-old Massimiliano Carrer, rushed to his aid.

Tragically, the ground gave way and all three fell into a hole that was anywhere from 5 to 10 foot deep and contained poisonous fumes along with boiling mud.

The family’s youngest, a 7-year-old boy, watched the entire nightmare unfold but was not harmed physically. He was found crying at the scene asking for help and taken to a bar close by where patrons tried calming him down.

Emergency crews arrived within minutes and firefighters were able to pull the family out of the pit, but it was too late. Video shows all three of their bodies underneath green tarps beside the hole they fell into.…

SEVILLE, SPAIN – A 25-year-old mother of three was cut in half by a hospital elevator shortly after giving birth.

The horrific accident happened as Rocio Cortes Nunes was being moved between floors at Virgen de Valme Hospital.

Nunes was being transported on a stretcher to the maternity ward after having given birth to her daughter via cesarean.

Once inside the elevator, the doors opened and closed but did not move floors. The hospital staff member with Nunes decided to use another elevator and began wheeling Nunes out.

Nunes, still on the stretcher, was halfway out of the elevator when the doors closed and the elevator began moving floors.

According to reports, the poor woman was killed when she was cut in two. Her family, who were waiting on her on the floor above, stated they heard a loud “loud blow” come from inside the elevator.

It would take firefighters two hours to remove her body, which was stuck in the doors. It was initially thought that her newborn was with her at the time of the accident, but she had already been taken to another hospital due to a heart condition.…

DENVER, CO — An 82-year-old man died inside a parking garage elevator after he got stuck inside and no one answered his calls for help.

Isaak Komisarchik, who suffers from dementia, was reported missing after he was last seen wearing pajamas at 2:30 p.m. July 5 at a nearby nursing facility.

Search crews posted missing person posters as they looked for the man, and Denver firefighters ended up searching five nearby ponds.

It would be almost a month later before anyone learned Komisarchik’s fate, and it was quite horrific.

Turns out that Komisarchik had wandered nearly a mile away to the Woodstream Village apartments, where he got inside an elevator attached to a parking garage that had been closed for renovations.

For reasons unknown at this time, the man was unable to get out. During an 8-minute period, the poor guy twice used the elevator’s emergency call button, but no help came.

“The pushing of the call button did trigger a notification to the elevator management company, MEI Total Elevator Solutions.…

COLUMBUS, OH – One person is dead and seven others injured after a ride at the Ohio State Fair malfunctioned, sending riders flying through the air.

There are news articles everywhere about this incident, but if there is one thing that fascinates me more than animal attacks, it is amusement park accidents.

Anyway, the incident happened yesterday evening on the opening night of the Ohio State Fair. That’s when a ride called the Fireball had a major malfunction resulting in the death of an 18-year-old.

The ride holds 24 passengers in four-seat sections at the end of six spoke arms, swinging the riders like a pendulum 40 feet above the ground while spinning them at 13 revolutions per minute. You can check out this page for ride info and some video of it not throwing riders to their deaths.

For reasons currently unknown, one of the four-seat sections detached from the ride while on an upswing. As you can see in the video below, two people are sent flying from the ride while the others were still strapped in their seats.…

BRIDGEWATER, NH – A 12-year-old girl was killed after her father accidentally ran her over with a power boat.

According to the New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol, Zoe Anderson was with her family learning to water ski on Newfound Lake when she fell.

As her father, Sherwood Anderson, turned the boat towards where his daughter had fallen in order to bring back the ski line, his attention “was momentarily distracted as his hat was blown from his head,” according to police.

Although Anderson had put the boat into neutral, it glided over Zoe at a slow speed and she was struck by the boat’s propeller, causing serious injuries to her torso. Zoe’s mother and 14-year-old sister were also on the boat when she was struck.

“Family members did enter the water and were able to remove the victim from the water,” Sgt. Joshua Dirth said. “At that point. they did call 911, and they made transport back to the shoreline.”

First responders attempted to revive her with CPR while waiting on a medical helicopter, but officials said Zoe died before she could be transported.…

HALSTAD, MN – A pregnant 19-year-old fatally shot her boyfriend during a stunt in which he tried stopping a .50 caliber bullet with a book.

According to reports, Monalisa Perez and 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz III had a YouTube Channel together that contained videos of their life with their 3-year-old daughter.

The channel also included videos of the couple “pranking” each other — including Perez feeding Ruiz a donut covered in baby powder and Perez pouring hot wax on Ruiz’s back.

But on Monday, Perez tweeted that she and Ruiz were going to shoot one the “most dangerous videos ever” and that the idea was his, not hers. It may not have been the most dangerous videos ever shot, but I guarantee you it was definitely one of the most stupid.

See, the plan was for Perez to shoot a Desert Eagle .50 caliber handgun at Ruiz’s chest as he held a book in front of him for protection. He assured her it was safe and showed her another book he had shot where the bullet did not go all the way through.…

BELTON, TX – A 4-year-old girl has died after she was entangled in the propellers of a houseboat, and her father has lost his legs trying to save her.

The incident happened Friday night at 7:45 p.m. when a 20-foot houseboat began backing up in a swimmer’s area of Temple Lake Park and ran into 4-year-old Kaitlyn Oliver.

The little girl was struck by the boat’s two propellers and her body became lodged between them.

Her 37-year-old father, Pat Oliver, saw what happened and jumped in the water to help, losing both of his legs in the process.

Unfortunately, nothing could be done to save Kaitlyn despite the help of others at the scene who tried to dislodge her from the propellers.

Pat Oliver was taken to the hospital in serious condition. He has already undergone multiple surgeries in hopes of having him fitted with prosthetic limbs.

On Saturday, police arrested the boat’s driver, 43-year-old Jason Bernal, and charged him with criminal negligent homicide. He’s looking at a max of two years in jail if convicted but police say more charges may be pending.…

TOMS RIVER, NJ – Police say a 10-year-old girl was electrocuted in a lagoon behind a home in New Jersey.

The incident happened Saturday night in a waterfront section of Toms River known as Shelter Cove, where 11 -year-old Kayla Matos was visiting friends.

Matos and two of her friends eventually got in the water where they were swimming and using an inflatable raft. Here’s where the news reports get a little confusing.

From what I can gather, two of the girls touched a rail to a metal boat lift, causing an electric current to energized the equipment. This, in turn, electrocuted Matos.

Adults supervising the children and immediately began performing CPR on the girl until medics arrived.

Matos was rushed to the hospital where she would later die. The other two girls were unharmed.

“It’s like a nightmare we’re living in. It’s just not real. Just not real. She was just a little girl. She loved just simple things,” said one of Matos’ relatives. “She was very excited for a dance coming up.…


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