Some blame the biker for kicking the car and provoking the driver; others blame the “cager” behind the wheel for swerving into the biker at freeway speed. As California Highway Patrol investigators search for a motorcyclist who kicked a sedan and then throttled away as an explosive, chain-reaction collision left two vehicles wrecked and one man injured, a viral video of the episode continues to spark debate over who’s to blame for the mayhem. Now, the man who videotaped the automotive spectacle is speaking out about who appeared to be at fault. In an interview with The Times on Friday, Chris Traber, 47, of Santa Clarita, said both men appeared to play a role in the harrowing incident. It was
She claims the real meddling came from political pundits. During an interview with CNN on Friday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway was unable to point to a single thing President Trump is doing to prevent Russia from interfering in future elections. She also equated pundits who doubted Trump’s chances of winning the election with Russian hackers who waged cyberattacks against American voting databases. Russian interference came up in the context of the Washington Post’s bombshell report detailing how the CIA put together a briefing for then-President Obama last summer “that detailed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s direct involvement in a cyber campaign to disrupt and discredit the U.S.
Most people wouldn’t go anywhere near a wolf, but when the man in this video saw that one of these wild animals had been caught on a barbed wire fence, he took action. The wolf was literally hanging on the fence, suspended by a limb, for who knows how long before this incredible rescuer made a brave and daring move to free the poor animal. In the video, posted on YouTube, the wolf remains calm and patiently waits for the man to break through the metal wire as if he knows that the man is there to help him. As soon as the final wire is cut, the wolf takes off running into the woods, quickly speeding toward freedom. While it is always best to call a wildlife professional before attempting to rescue
The death of a 14-year-old girl is shrouded in mystery after her body was found in a landfill in northern Texas this week. Kaytlynn Cargill was last seen walking her dog not far from her house in Bedford on Monday around 6:20 p.m. local time. When Cargill didn't return home after about 30 minutes, her parents began looking for her.