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    73 sheep killed in lightning


    [World News]: Hisar, Mar 10 : At least 73 sheep were killed when lightning struck them in Adampur village, about 40 km from here, reports here said today.

    Eightyeight sheep were standing under a tree in the village when lightning struck, killing 73 sheep on the spot.

    These sheep were recently purchased by shephered Balbir at a cost of Rs two lakhs. The injured sheep were being treated in Adampur mandi

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    Wind probed in fatal fall


    A bone-thin man plunged to his death from an upper East Side high-rise - and authorities were investigating yesterday the nightmarish possibility he was blown off a window sill by a gust of wind while smoking.
    Ian Honeycutt, 28, of Glenview, Ill., tumbled from a ninth-floor apartment on E. 72nd St. onto a third-floor landing of a neighboring building late Tuesday or early yesterday as winds hit up to 45 mph.

    Honeycutt was visiting an aunt and cousin at the upscale building at 220 E. 72nd St., and his aunt asked him not to smoke inside, police sources said.

    When his relatives went to sleep, sources said, he put on a scarf and gloves, opened the window and lit up.

    Police sources said they are investigating whether Honeycutt somehow fell out the window - or whether he was sitting on the sill and was knocked to his death by a gust of wind.

    "The guy's 90 pounds soaking wet," a police source said.

    "It was an accident," said an obviously shaken resident at the apartment from which Honeycutt fell. "That's all we have to say."

    Classes at Marymount Manhattan College, which occupies the building on E. 71st St. where Honeycutt landed, were canceled yesterday while authorities investigated the death.

    "I was shocked, because I never saw anything like that," said Marymount maintenance worker Mario Forte, 46.

    Police sources said Honeycutt didn't leave a suicide note or speak of suicide before his fatal plunge.
    My other aliases:
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    Originally posted by Nasen
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    Originally posted by Derty JaSoN
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  • #2
    Originally posted by TheMan
    A bone-thin man plunged to his death from an upper East Side high-rise - and authorities were investigating yesterday the nightmarish possibility he was blown off a window sill by a gust of wind while smoking.

    Yet more evidence that smoking kills .
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    • #3
      wow 73 sheep ....usually most humans survive a lightning strike ...and we are about twice the mass of sheep
      must have been a huge strike. lol.

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      • #4
        At first I thought it said God "snipes". I was like oh shit, no longer am I going outside.

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        • #5
          ^hahaha.
          My other aliases:
          justp1ayin
          West
          Masai
          On The Shelf

          Originally posted by Nasen
          i seeth for a minute
          Originally posted by Derty JaSoN
          i have no clue who was de-re whatever

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Urban AKA
            At first I thought it said God "snipes". I was like oh shit, no longer am I going outside.
            (imwstupid
            -M

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