the "instant index" here on a sunday night and to a heart-stopping video. It does end well, but this is a lesson of what not to do if you drop your cell phone into the subway. In brazil, look at this.... See More
the "instant index" here on a sunday night and to a heart-stopping video. It does end well, but this is a lesson of what not to do if you drop your cell phone into the subway. In brazil, look at this. A train barreling into a station. A young girl jumps in to retrieve her cell phone. You can hear people screaming. She tries to crawl out. The train getting closer here. Unbelievable. A security guard, another person pulling her to safety just in the nick of time. The frightened girl breaking into tears of her brush with death there, buzz she was not injured. A lesson for everyone, a reminder tonight. On the eve of baseball season this evening, and to a made in america headline that makes the index. News from the louisville slugger, those american-made bats. They have a new logo on the bat. The first change since 1980. And it's not the only change tonight to those iconic bats behind so many home runs. The company says the new bats are harder and are made from a high grade ash or maple wood to keep them from shattering. Made in america update tonight. And to an easter bunny who appears to have enjoyed the candy too, this easter. Here he is. Ralph is more than three feet long and weighs in at just over 52 pounds. That weight is what the average 8-year-old child weighs. You can see his owner there, cindy winston, struggling to hold onto him. He comes from a family of big bunnies. His mother and father were record holders. Cost nearly $100 to feed this bun nim every week.
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