Report: Thieves Crash Car Into Apple Store For Theft

Firefighter Pulls Dying Woman From Horrific Christmas Eve Car Crash – Then His Life Was Changed Forever

Firefighter Pulls Dying Woman From Car Crash, His Own Daughter

EST December 23, 2013 Shoppers gather around a display for the Apple ipad mini inside of a Best Buy store in Rockville, Md., during a Black Friday sale in 2012. (Photo: Mandel Ngan. AFP/Getty Images) SHARE 23 CONNECT 27 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE SAN FRANCISCO — A brazen group of thieves early this morning is reported to have crashed a car through the window of an Apple store in Berlin, getting away with iPads, iPhones and Macs. The attack on the Berlin store marks the seventh such attack this year in the city, according to the report in Berlin-based Bild, a daily tabloid newspaper. Apple’s stores have become a target in recent years of U.S. attacks aimed at the upscale electronics retailer, with some of the bold smash-and-grab heists captured in videos on YouTube.
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Akron says assistant coach killed in car accident


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EST, December 25, 2013 Two men were killed early on Christmas after their car slammed into a tree at high speed on Lakeview Drive in Coral Springs . The two men have yet to be identified. The wreckage was so bad that police were unable to initially identify the make and model of the vehicle, which might be a Mitsubishi. Speed definitely looks to be a factor in the accident, said Coral Springs Police Sgt. Carla Kmiotek. The car was literally mangled, wrapped around the tree. Related
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Florida Car Accident Attorneys at The Berman Law Group Wish a Safe and Happy Holidays

A total of three cars were reportedly involved in the deadly accident. In a tragic twist of fate, it was Whitcomb who was one of the first responders to the accident that killed his own daughter. He reportedly owns a heating and cooling company and works as a volunteer firefighter in his spare time. Screengrab via the Daily Mail Screengrab via the Daily mail The Daily Mail has more details on the accident: Greg Cullen, 31, of Milford, New Hampshire first rear-ended Hamiltons Ford Explorer SUV. Hamilton had been either stopped or was slowing down to turn left, reports the Nashua Telegraph , when Cullens Toyota pickup smashed into her. [] Thats when James Ciprotti, 37, of Weare, New Hampshire, smashed into Hamilton head-on in his Ford F-250. Cullen and Ciprotti were not injured in the accident, though they received medical evaluations. Hamilton was declared dead at the scene of the accident. Police are investigating the accident, however, speeding or alcohol are not believed to be factors in the crash.
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1-car crash claims man’s life

A man died in a single-vehicle crash in

(Dec. 24, 2013) Galleries Traffic map, cameras A man died in a single-vehicle crash in North Babylon Tuesday night, Suffolk police said. A police spokesman said authorities received the call about the accident at 7:52 p.m., but no further details were available late Tuesday. A photo from the scene shows the four-door sport utility vehicle resting diagonally across the guardrail between the service road and Sunrise Highway, the front of the car badly smashed and its windshield crushed. User rating:
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Two killed in high-speed car crash in Coral Springs

Most people on the roads are in a holiday rush and the chances of accident or injury go up significantly during the holiday season. (Photo: ) Below are some tips to help drivers this holiday season stay safe and avoid any accidents. The Berman Law Group wants everyone to enjoy the holidays and enjoy time with family and friends, and not have to go through the ordeal of an auto accident, whether it be car, truck, or motorcycle. No one wins when there is an auto accident. Drive slower than normal – Everyone is in a rush, so set yourself up for a safe ride by not being in a rush. Take your time and allow plenty of time to get their on time. Focus entirely on the road – Too many people use the roads as a chance to get caught up on phone calls or texts (which is against the law), so give your full attention to the road and you will be much safer this 2013 holiday season. Make sure your car is well equipped – Do you have the right tires on your car? If you live in the colder parts of the country, you might even need chains on your tires. Do you have enough gas to get to your destination?
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