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Deadly Crash Kills 18 Children In India After Train Hits School Bus

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deadly crash kills 18 children in india after a train hit their school bus

We send our sincerest sympathies and prayers to their family members.

Eighteen children and one school bus driver were killed in a horrific and deadly crash that involved a school bus filled with children and a train that occurred at an unmanned railroad crossing.

Another 20 children, who are between the ages of 7 and 14, were hospitalized with varying injuries. Fifteen of the children are in critical condition.

The accident happened on

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Centipede Eats Its Way OUT Of Snake's Belly! Snake Literally Bit Off More Than It Could Chew!

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A snake tried to eat a centipede but bit off more than it could chew... the centipede burst out of the snake's stomach before dying!

Researchers in Macedonia came across a pretty crazy sight: a young snake tried to eat a giant centipede and they both ended up dying.

The crazy part is, the snake got the best of the centipede, eating it whole — but we guess the young female nose-horned viper didn't kill its prey! Instead, it ate the centipede alive!

This was no small centipede either! It was huge, weighing more than

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Brain-Eating Amoeba Discovered At Arkansas Waterpark!

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arkansas water park shuts down after swimmer is diagnosed with deadly brain infection

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, something like this happens.

Willow Springs Water Park in Little Rock, Arkansas decided to shut down after a young swimmer was diagnosed with primary amoebic meningoencephalitis, a rare but deadly infection.

The disease is cause by Naegleria fowleri, an extremely rare amoeba that travels through the nose and directly attacks the brain.

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Katie Couric 'Attacked' By Giant Polar Bear!!

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Katie Couric

Whoa!! Look out behind you Katie!! There's a giant… stuffed.. bear…

Oh. Guess that's not a live polar bear… LOLz!

Katie Couric recently tweeted a terrifying pic (above) and wrote:

"Help!!!! @Hotelranga #Iceland"

That is seriously one GIGANTIC polar bear! We guess she met it while staying at Hotel Ranga in Iceland.

Sounds like a beautiful spot for a vacation… minus the deadly wildlife, of course.

Can you imagine if that thing was real and right behind her??

We'd die of fear before the bear ever got the chance to eat our face off.

Props to Katie for being brave enough to even approach the giant stuffed bear! But don't scare us like that again, Katie!

[Image via Katie Couric.]

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Cops Shoot Dog In Front Of Owner: New Video Exonerates Police?!

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We previously mentioned that police in Hawthorne, CA shot and killed a man's dog when it attacked them!

The man wasn't resisting arrest or anything, only pleading, "Please don't shoot my dog."

Since then, the man whose dog was shot, Leon Rosby, has been asking people to stop threatening the police.

People everywhere are obviously upset.

Finally, another video has hit the net, this time from a different angle, much closer to all the action.

You can more clearly hear what they're saying, and you can see the actions the officers take before they shoot the dog.

The shooter cop reaches his hand toward the dog, trying to grab its leash, trying to defuse the situation before things get out of hand.

Then, after the dog lunges at him, he shoots the pooch.

It's so sad this dog had to die.

Check out the video (above) to see if it seems like the cop did enough before resorting to deadly force.

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