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Oh this is just so tragic!
19-year-old college students Rose Mayr and Elizabeth Nass were killed Tuesday, when a train carrying mass amounts of coal derailed around midnight (train pictured above).
The two teens were sitting on the edge of a railway bridge above Ellicot City, Maryland, with their backs to the tracks, and were apparently tweeting moments before the freak accident occurred.
One tweeted picture shows a girl's feet dangling above the road below, with the caption "Levitating," and another tweet states:
Maryland's Court of Appeals has just sent pit bulls down a road of destruction…
Judge Dale R. Cathell handed down the ruling that all pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
We totally DEBUNKED this claim on pit bulls before, why can't folks learn?!!?
The ruling means that
Aww! We're slightly jealous, but overall, pretty happy with the winners who split the historic $656 million Mega Millions jackpot.
First we heard three awesome Maryland educators took home one third of the jackpot and now, a really sweet retired couple living in Red Bud, Illinois has stepped forward to claim their portion.
Unlike the Maryland winners
Mark Harvey is a local celebrity in his hometown.
He was the man who wore a cape and Batman underwear and jumped on the field at Camden Yards in Baltimore.
It was during the Orioles home opener too!
The crowd went crazy as "Batman" stormed the field and
And none of them work at McDonalds, so it looks like Mirlande Wilson caused a big fuss with all of her co-workers for absolutely nothing! What a weird thing to do, right?
It turns out the winning ticket in the state belonged to three school district employees (who wish to remain anonymous) that pooled together their money to buy 60 tickets from three locations. At a dollar a ticket, that puts their initial investment at
If you pooled your money with co-workers to purchase a bunch of lottery tickets, then got screwed out of the $105 million (after taxes) jackpot after one of those co-workers said she won it with a ticket that "wasn’t on the group plan," you would be pretty pissed, right?
That's exactly how a group of Maryland McDonald's employees feel. About 15 people chipped in $5 for a shot at the $656 million payout, which has been split between three winning tickets after Friday's drawing, and are now furious at Mirlande Wilson for refusing to share the winnings.
Although she was part of the pool, she claims her winning ticket was a separate investment and explained the conundrum to sources: