Dec. 18, 2014
Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:41

MAN IS UNHARMED AFTER FALL FROM SIXTY-FOOT CLIFF: A 22-year-old New Yorker slipped of the edge of a cliff while hiking at Letchworth State Park. A friend called police immediately after Timothy Mazurczak fell. Nearly two-dozen rescuers spent two hours trying to save the hiker from the gorge. Luckily, he showed little signs of his fall. (Huffington Post)

POLICE SEARCH FOR VANDAL WITH SPELLING PROBLEM: An unknown suspect vandalized a South Carolina woman's 2013 Chevrolet Sonic, but spelled her insult incorrectly. Wendy Owens told police that she noticed the words "B*cth I'm get you". Owens, had no solid proof, but she thought the vandal “may have been a female named Dawn.” (Smoking Gun)

MONSTER TRUCK BREAKS GUINNESS SPEED RECORD: A monster truck reached a speed of 99.1-miles-per-hour on a Texas racetrack to break a Guinness world record. The Raminator driven by Mark Hall went for a spin around the track at the Circuit of the Americas. Hall broke the record for fastest monster truck speed, which was set at 96.8-miles per-hour. (Jalopnik)

SCHOOL SENDS 300 ACCEPTANCE LETTERS TO THE WRONG STUDENTS: John Hopkins University accidentally sent nearly 300 acceptance letters to students who should have been rejected. University officials apologized to the students for the disappointment that they caused. Vice Provost David Phillips chalked the mistake up to human error and explained that a contractor mistakenly pulled the wrong list of emails. The subject line for the email messages read, "Embrace the YES!" and the message welcomed the students to the university. (Yahoo)

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