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CTA Bus Crash: Passed-Out Driver Plows Into More Than A Dozen Parked Cars, 2 Injured (Huffington post)
A Chicago Transit Authority driver lost consciousness behind the wheel of the
No. 76 Diversey bus around 9 a.m. Friday morning, crashing in to as many as 20
cars along Kedzie Ave.
CTA spokeswoman Lambrini Lukidis told DNAinfo Chicago the driver suffered some
kind of medical emergency about 8:40 a.m., causing him to pass out at the
wheel. Lukudis initially said as many as a dozen cars were mangled in the
wreck, while CBS Chicago reported as many as 20 cars may have been hit.
Cars were dented, crushed and nearly completely squashed. One car was hit so
hard it rolled right on top of the vehicle in front of it.
Video: Intrepid motorcyclist rides Ural through blizzard (Autoblog)
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The Midwest was hit by an intense snow storm earlier this week, and while the
conditions may have been more appropriate for a snowmobile than most cars, at
least one person found it acceptable weather in which to ride a motorcycle.
Granted, this wasn't your typical motorcycle. Instead, it was a two-passenger,
two-wheel-drive Ural being ridden along the snow-covered Interstate 65 in
On Ural motorcycles equipped with a sidecar, both rear wheels can actually
driven by the engine, depending on the model chosen. This might give the bike
better handling in such poor weather, but it does nothing to shield the rider
from the 29-degree temperature. We're sure newscasters see plenty of crazy
things all the time when doing live feeds, but an adventurous motorcycle rider
in white-out blizzard conditions has got to be a fairly unique sight.
The video is actually a recording of a news report so the quality isn't that
great, but you can still check it out after the jump.
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Baltimore's Washington Monument Damaged When Dozing Driver Crashes Into Wall (Huffington post)
A car crashed into a Washington Monument park wall on Thursday at
approximately 10 a.m., overturning and injuring a passenger and damaging the
The flipped over four-door gray sedan blocked traffic on Washington Place just
south of the 178-foot column to West Centre Street for at least an hour while
police investigated and roped off a damaged stone wall in the park's South
Two men were in the car, which was a rental vehicle licensed in Connecticut,
when the driver fell asleep and crashed into the wall, causing the car to flip
over, police spokesman Det. Vernon Davis said. The driver was uninjured but
paramedics transported the passenger to University of Maryland Medical Center
with neck and back injuries.
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Co-op supermarkets extend fridge door scheme (climateark)
Guardian: Supermarkets are replacing the open refrigerators in their stores,
which chill milk, meat and shoppers alike and which waste huge amounts of
energy. The Co-operative, which already has 100 stores with doors on its
fridges, is saving £50m a year in energy bills and cutting its environmental
impact. If all the UK's supermarkets put doors on their fridges, the
electricity saved would be roughly double the output of the giant Drax coal-
fired power station in Yorkshire, Europe's second largest....
Smart TV Exploit Means Hackers Can Watch You Watch TV (Techdirt)
Remember all the hubbub (now there's a word I never thought I'd use; thanks a
lot, aging process) over Comcast's kind of, maybe plan to spy on subscribers
through their cable box as they watch TV, fold their laundry, or engage in
coitus? There was quite an outcry at the time, even as Comcast said that the
plan was only to have the cameras be able to recognize when different types or
numbers of people were watching the tube. People just didn't feel comfortable
with corporations being able to spy on them. As a result, Comcast backed away
from the plan -- the people had defeated the corporation.
All, apparently, so that hackers could spy on them instead. At least, that's
what some reports are saying about Samsung Smart TVs and an exploit that would
allow hackers to snatch social media credentials, access any files or devices
connected to the smart TV...oh, and to use the built in cameras to spy the
hell out of people as they do whatever they do while watching television.
> _In an e-mail exchange with Security Ledger, the Malta-based firm said that
the previously unknown ("zero day") hole ...