Mishawaka 'survival' swim classes teaches babies as young as 6 months old to self rescue in water – South Bend Tribune


South Bend Tribune

Mishawaka 'survival' swim classes teaches babies as young as 6 months old to self rescue in water
South Bend Tribune
“She cries through every lesson and it is a little hard at times to see her like that,” Peter said as she pointed to Lydia on a recent day as the baby's head was completely under water in the swimming pool, “and not spinning to float, but eventually

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Indie Armstrong identified as Nambour shopping centre car park victim – Courier Mail


Courier Mail

Indie Armstrong identified as Nambour shopping centre car park victim
Courier Mail
Their eldest Lily has suffered leg injuries and is in hospital currently getting treatment,” the page states. “They are small business owners (North Buderim Butchery) on the Sunshine Coast and really just need some time to grieve and get through this

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Suicidal Tendencies: The War Inside Our Heads – The Good Men Project (blog)


The Good Men Project (blog)

Suicidal Tendencies: The War Inside Our Heads
The Good Men Project (blog)
Ask them how they are surviving. Ask them if they have eaten. Don't be too tired to ask. You might be saving a life! There are many things that trigger suicidal tendencies in people, but the one that is mostly rated is depression. WHO says it is common

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'The crew is still hurting': One year later, some Fitzgerald shipmates struggle to go forward – NavyTimes.com


NavyTimes.com

'The crew is still hurting': One year later, some Fitzgerald shipmates struggle to go forward
NavyTimes.com
A year after the destroyer Fitzgerald lost seven sailors in a horrific collision, some former shipmates worry if they will be able to get underway again. The destroyer's damaged right side is shown here as it made its way back to land after the June 17

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PFOP: Circus train wreck takes life of local aerialist Jennie Ward – Bloomington Pantagraph


Bloomington Pantagraph

PFOP: Circus train wreck takes life of local aerialist Jennie Ward
Bloomington Pantagraph
This haunting photograph of the Flying Wards in their East Emerson Street practice barn dates to a year or so before the deadly Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus train wreck of June 22, 1918. Left to right: Ernie Lane; Billy Summers; Eddie Ward; Eddie's wife, …

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