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Family Rescued After Falling Through Ice on Frozen Big Bear Lake

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BIG BEAR (TMZ) — A family fell through the ice of a frozen lake in Big Bear this weekend, and the rescue footage is pretty wild.

The scary moment happened Saturday on Big Bear Lake, where a throng of ambulances, fire trucks and police cruisers blocked off traffic to save a family of 3 that had somehow made their way onto the frozen surface … and fell in after the ice gave way.

We’re told it appeared the group — which we’re told comprised of a mother, a father and their young daughter — had apparently wandered out there despite signs clearly saying to stay off the ice. It’s unclear how long they were immersed in the freezing water.

Luckily, they were all pulled to safety — but the way it happened is nothing short of dramatic. Ropes with small flotation devices were tossed across until each one could catch it and be dragged to shore. The child was first, the mother 2nd and eventually the man.

A cautionary tale without a doubt … if it says do not cross, DON’T!!!

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BYU Athlete Pierces Scrotum in Horrific Track Accident!

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(TMZ) — WORST POLE VAULTING INJURY EVER?!!?! Maybe … “I could see right into my scrotum.”

That’s probably the last thing you wanna say after a pole vault training sesh … but it’s exactly how BYU athlete, Zach McWhorter, is describing his pole vs. balls injury.

The 21-year-old was having a pretty typical training session at the BYU track — recording it to post on TikTok — when disaster struck.At first, it seemed like a standard jump … but McWhorter’s pole didn’t fall the way it supposed to and essentially impaled his scrotum.

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That one time the pole went through my nuts… 18 stitches! #fail #polevault #athletics #trackandfield #ouch

♬ Mask Off – 抖音小助手

YOWWWCH. McWhorter told BuzzFeed he was immediately rushed to the hospital by his dad/coach/urologist … where he needed 18 STITCHES to get patched up. Luckily, the dude says he only has a scar from the incident.

As for any permanent damage, McWhorter says “One day, we’ll find out if they function or not.”

Ice up, Zach. And, maybe wear a cup from now on??

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VIDEO: Guitarist Jumps Onto Counter at Studio City Ralphs, Rocks Out for Confused Customers

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Photo from video by Lisa Marie Costabile (Facebook)

STUDIO CITY, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Some musical mayhem unfolded Saturday night at a Studio City Ralphs, where a shirtless man jumped onto a checkout counter and started jamming.

Cell phone video captured the man – who was wearing a red bandana, glasses and camouflage pants – as he knelt on top of the counter while music blasted throughout the store, located at 10901 Ventura Blvd.

Confused customers were seen staring and laughing as the man fought the power with his electric guitar while a store employee attempted to stop him.

Security guards eventually pulled the plug on the mini rock concert. Facebook video of the performance after the music was cut showed the man asking the crowd, “Are you not entertained?” – a nod to the […]

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LA Pet Shop Closing After Video of Employee Tossing Dog

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A Fairfax district pet boutique is closing down months after facing intense scrutiny over a viral video that showed an employee throwing a dog to the ground.

Bark n’ Bitches, which opened in 2006, said it is closing by the end of the month as a result of pressure from the city of Los Angeles Animal Services Department.

The store came into the public spotlight in November 2019 after video showed an employee picking up a rambunctious dog by the neck and tossing it to the ground. The dog was later seen cowering under a table as others in the store tried to comfort the animal.

After the video came out, the store owner immediately condemned the employee’s actions: “There was an inexcusable incident in the shop […]

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