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David Salmon visited a waterpark in Texas with friends last week, but left in an ambulance after this terrifying incident left him with multiple injuries.

  • Speaker Ryan: I do not accept the nomination

    U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks about the speculation surrounding the Republican Party's nomination for President.

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  • Costco selling Christmas trees in July has people asking 'Why'?

    A big evergreen tree with shiny lights is probably the last thing you'd expect to see in a store at this time of year, which is why some shoppers were surprised to see Costco has started selling Christmas trees and decorations this week in the barbeque aisle. It's not the first time Costco has pulled out the tinsel and decorations in the summer, but it seems this year the shopping warehouse is trying to ring in the holidays extra early. At the Costco store in Moncton, many wondered just how early is too early.

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  • Man Survives Cancer, Meningitis, MRSA And A Heart Attack - Then Wife Leaves Him

    After surviving three bouts of meningitis, MRSA, a heart attack and a cancerous tumour that left him paralysed, Oliver Pugh was due a change in fortune. Tests later showed Oliver, from Buxton, Derbyshire, had developed a cancerous tumour and he was referred to the Salford Royal Hospital, Greater Manchester. Surgeons twice failed to remove the growth and Oliver subsequently contracted meningitis three times as a result of his spinal cord becoming infected.

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  • Man falls off waterslide, breaks arm and fractures ribs

    A man was hospitalized with a broken humerus bone, fractured ribs and multiple lacerations after slipping off a waterslide on private property near Lake Travis, Texas, on July 17. The accident took place during a summer trip a group of around 20 friends take each year, all of them reportedly signed waivers as they were aware that the slide could be dangerous. This video shows the man, David Salmon, slipping off the waterslide.

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  • Banff wolves worry officials after train deaths and persistent bad behaviour

    The wolves in Banff National Park are taking a licking. This particular yearling has continued to exhibit "inappropriate behaviour," in its quest to find human food, said Steve Michel, Parks Canada human-wildlife conflict specialist.

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  • Gay Republicans for Trump confront 'most anti-LGBT platform' ever

    The Grand Old Party is having a gay old time here at the Republican National Convention. Consider, for instance, that the hottest ticket in town on Wednesday morning is a brunch supporting LGBT rights. Its co-headliner is Caitlyn Jenner, a transgender woman whose celebrity factor is so big it's expected to draw at least 500 Republicans to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Not far away in downtown Cleveland, the gay conservative group the Log Cabin Republicans helped organize "American Idol vs. The Voice," a concert featuring singers who regularly perform at Pride events.

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  • 'Masked Bride' says she is not a danger to Winnipeggers

    The Masked Bride of Toronto, who would not give her name because of the anonymity of her performance art, is here to perform alongside the Winnipeg Fringe Festival. The actor came to the CBC Manitoba newsroom because she was worried about people mistaking her for the masked teenage girl arrested Tuesday after holding a gun to her head in the middle of Portage and Main, Winnipeg's busiest intersection. Part of the Masked Bride's character is she never speaks.

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  • Brooklyn Beckham's Latest Photo of Chloë Grace Moretz Will Make You Swoon

    It looks like things are getting serious between Brooklyn Beckham and Chloë Grace Moretz. After months of speculation, the actress finally confirmed their relationship during an appearing on Watch What Happens Live in May, and the two are also heating up Instagram with adorable photos. Brooklyn took to social media in late May and uploaded a black-and-white snap of the actress sitting in what appears to be a hotel hallway with bags of takeout, writing, "Late night take out with the bae." Chloë — who graces the June cover of Glamour magazine — also shared a few photos of her and Brooklyn looking all loved up. Of course, this isn't the first time these two have been romantically linked. The two

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  • Woman Gets Even With Creamer Stealer By Filling Bottle With ‘Breastmilk’

    Anyone who’s ever lived or worked with other people know the sheer, sanity-draining frustration of having them nick your stuff.

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  • Brad Pitt Shows Off His Cool Dad Style While Catching Flight in L.A.

    There's no question that Brad Pitt has definitely still got it. The father of six was snapped while arriving at LAX airport this afternoon to catch a flight out of Los Angeles, and he looked completely handsome. For the occasion, the 52-year-old husband of Angeline Jolie stepped out of his car wearing a casually hip ensemble that included a white button-down shirt and carefully whiskered dark denim jeans. He topped off his outfit with a neutral fedora, aviator sunglasses, a brown leather belt, and matching suede shoes. A black leather bag and coordinating watch rounded out the actor's perfect jet-setting look. But this isn't the first time that Pitt has shown off his winning travel style. Last

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  • Parents leave car running to go to store, thief steals it with little boy inside

    A two-year-old boy who was in a car stolen in Brampton Friday night has been found in a parking lot after his parents left him in the running vehicle, Peel police say.

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  • Cottage owner 'last man standing' on road blocked by neighbour

    When Erick Fritsch arrived in Nova Scotia for his annual summer vacation, he was greeted by an unfamiliar sight: a steel gate across the road leading to his cottage, and a sign identifying the route as "Pugsley Logging Road". 

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  • Construction worker killed at Children's Hospital of Sask. site identified as young actor

    The man killed in an industrial accident at the Children's Hospital of Saskatchewan construction site has been identified as a passionate, young actor. A friend has identified Eric Ndayishimiye as the 21-year-old who was pronounced dead at the site Thursday afternoon. Just a few hours before Paula Collins had been messaging Ndayishimiye about a possible project.

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  • 'He was in pain constantly': Sask. inmate dies after suffering for months, say fellow inmates

    An inmate at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Albert, Sask., died earlier this week after he was found unresponsive in his cell in a medium security unit. Joseph Vincent Manitopyes, 31, was taken to the Victoria Hospital on Tuesday where he was pronounced dead at approximately 10:35 p.m. CST. According to fellow inmate, Henry Le, the 31-year-old had suffered a back injury during a sports game two months prior to his death.

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  • With Eugenie Bouchard's arrival in Montreal for the Rogers Cup, the harsh headlines begin

    Genie Bouchard was thinking out loud in Washington, D.C. when she said that MAYBE she might stick around to catch a few museums for a few days before heading into the eye of the Montreal tornado. Today's press coverage just shows how aware she is of what awaited her.

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  • Alleged Hells Angel arrested by Quebec provincial police

    Sûreté du Québec officers arrested a man Wednesday they say is an "influential member" of the Hells Angels. André Sauvageau, 60, was at a restaurant in Longueuil when he was picked up. According to Radio-Canada, he was with another member of the Hells Angels, Gilles Lambert, at the time, but Lambert was not arrested.

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  • Canada plunging toward an elevator crisis? 'We're already there,' expert says

    Every day of the year, Canadians across the country are finding themselves trapped in faulty elevators, while countless more are suffering through inconvenience and isolation because of elevators that are out of service — and the problem is worsening, an investigation by The Canadian Press has found. Last year, for example, firefighters in Ontario alone responded to 4,461 calls to extricate people from elevators — more than a dozen a day — and double the number from 2001. "I don't think we're heading toward a crisis, I believe we're already there," said Rob Isabelle, a mechanical engineer and elevator consultant to property managers and owners.

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  • All of Shay Mitchell's Sexiest Swimsuits Have One Thing in Common

    It's no secret that Shay Mitchell is fond of traveling. The Pretty Little Liars star is constantly uploading photos of her envy-inducing vacations and dishing on her adventures in her YouTube series, Shaycation, which has over one million subscribers. So when it comes to gearing up for a fun Summer getaway, she makes sure to pack her go-to — and very sexy! — swimsuit style, which may not come as a total surprise after scrolling through her feed. "I'm a huge fan of one-pieces . . . I love them," she told us. "I love bright colors, and there are so many amazing options to choose from as far as swim is concerned." Keep scrolling to look back at some of her best swimwear moments, then shop the looks.

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  • US woman given body cavity searches at border settles case

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection agreed to pay $475,000 to a New Mexico woman who accused agents of forcing her to undergo body cavity probes and then got charged for the exams, civil liberties advocates said Thursday. The settlement in the case, which drew national attention three years ago, also will require new training for hundreds of customs officers, American Civil Liberties Union affiliates in Texas and New Mexico said. Agents strip-searched her and did cavity searches but found no evidence of drugs, court documents said.

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