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Sep 17,2007
OSAKA, Japan -- Passengers on the Orochi suspended roller coaster at Japan's Expoland got a serious scare when the coaster did not stop to let them off. Osaka's Expoland had just recently re-opened after a roller coaster derailed and killed a woman in May when the ride malfunctioned and carried its passengers around the track twice, the Mainichi daily News reported. This time, no one was hurt when the Orochi roller coaster failed to stop ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
WARSAW, Poland — Polish doctors in the southern town of Trzebnica operated for six hours to reattach the arm of an 8-year-old boy who had the limb torn off by a washing machine. Doctors said chances were good that the boy, identified only as Dominik, would have use of his reattached arm in the future, Polish Radio reported Monday. It wasn’t immediately known how the boy had his arm amputated by the washing machine, the ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
PRAGUE, Czech Republic -- Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said he would appreciate it if the Czech government continued training Iraqi police, Prague Radio said Monday. Zebari, on a three-day visit to Prague, is to sign a cooperation agreement with his Czech counterpart Karel Schwarzenberg. Czech military police trained several thousands of Iraqi border police and customs officers in Iraq in the from December 2003 to January 2007. Zebari warned an early withdrawal of U.S. ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
LONDON -- Three men were found guilty in Britain of running a worldwide conspiracy selling fake Viagra and hair restoration medicine.The men were found guilty of extorting millions of dollars in the largest case of its kind to be heard in the Britain, said experts at the Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. The pills were manufactured illegally in factories in China, Pakistan and Asia and sold for up to $40 a tablet, The ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
The Rainier School District in Oregon announced this morning that two teachers failed to return from a hike in the Mt. St. Helen’s region.  The pair were expected to return by noon Sunday, and deputies have been informed. The families of Kim Wilson, a science and wellness program middle-school teacher, and Dave Bahr, a health/wellness and PE high school teacher, have also been notified, officials reported. Wilson has been with the district since the fall ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
The driver of a sport utility vehicle involved in a head-on crash Sunday evening on Highway 6 near Banks reportedly died Monday morning from her injuries. Four others were injured in the crash that resulted in the highway being closed about five hours. On September 16, 2007 at approximately 7:15 p.m. a silver 2002 GMC Yukon driven by Stacie Ann Boyer, age 39, from Canby, was eastbound on Highway 6 near milepost 51 when it ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
While the number of violent deaths in Oregon declined slightly in 2005, a new report by the Oregon Department of Human Services finds that suicide remains a public health problem, particularly among veterans of the military. According to the report, "Violent Deaths in Oregon: 2005," 748 Oregonians suffered violent deaths that year, which is down from 771 violent deaths in 2004. Violent death is the second leading cause of death among Oregonians under age 45 ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
Over 1,000 marijuana plants have been pulled after being found by a hunter a week ago on private property about 14 miles southeast of Scotts Mills in Marion County, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported. There are no suspects identified in this case. On September 8, a hunter came upon a marijuana grow site on Longview Timberlands LLC property southeast of Scotts Mills. The hunter originally thought there were about two dozen plants and contacted an ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
One person died Friday afternoon when his pickup crossed the centerline on Powell Butte Highway and collided with two other vehicles. One of the other vehicles was towing a trailer loaded with twelve golf carts that spilled onto the shoulder.   Arnie Ray Singmaster of Bend was killed in an accident on Powell Butte Highway near the Deschutes/Crook County line - OSP photo About 3:45 p.m. September 14, a 2000 Chevrolet flatbed pickup driven by Arnie Ray ... [full story]
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Sep 17,2007
A 13-year-old girl was flown to the hospital by a helicopter ambulance with suspected head injuries after she was struck by a vehicle in southwest Redmond this morning, police reported. The accident occurred about 9:15 a.m. near SW Highland Avenue and SW 23rd Street, Redmond Police Officer Jonny Dickson said.  The 13-year-old Redmond girl was found lying in the street after being hit by an automobile driven by Mary Grace Garber.  Garber, 63, is also ... [full story]
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