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OffbeatHit by an arrow, mobile phone dies saving Australian man

13:20  14 march  2019
13:20  14 march  2019 Source:

Teen dies during home invasion attack, police shoot intruder

Teen dies during home invasion attack, police shoot intruder A 17-year-old boy is dead after being attacked during a home invasion in Winnipeg's West End, and the intruder is in hospital after being shot by police. Police said the teen, Jaime Adao, was home alone with his grandmother on Sunday night when someone forced their way into the house on McGee Street, between Wellington and Notre Dame avenues, in the city's West End. Police were called around 9 p.m. about a break-in in progress and when officers arrived, they found the teen being attacked by a man with a weapon. The officers shot at the attacker, a 29-year-old man police say is well known to them.

Image caption An Australian man 's phone was pierced by an arrow . Mobile phones truly can be life savers - especially, it seems, when an arrow is That was the case for a 43-year-old man in Australia who came under attack by another man , according to police. The incident began when the attacker

An arrow hit in any major organ or blood vessel will kill the victim, but not immediately. I would assume (and hope that an armament expert can chime in) that the arrow was used more to immobilize or injure ones opponent and take them out of the current battle.

Hit by an arrow, mobile phone dies saving Australian man © Reuters/STRINGER A supplied image obtained March 13, 2019 of a mobile phone pierced by an arrow

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An Australian man had a lucky escape while confronting a man armed with a bow outside his home, as a loosed arrow pierced the mobile telephone he was holding to take a photograph of the incident, Australian police said on Thursday.

The 43-year old man had returned on Wednesday to find the man, who was known to him, waiting outside his home in Nimbin, a small east coast town around 150 kilometers (93 miles) south of Brisbane.

"The resident held up his mobile phone to take a photo of the armed man who then engaged the bow and was ready to fire," a police statement said.

"It’s alleged the man fired the arrow at the resident which pierced through the man’s mobile phone causing the phone to hit him in the chin. It left a small laceration that didn’t require medical treatment."

A 39-year old man was arrested at the scene and charged, police said.

Victoria woman faces $75,000 fine, jail time after dog dies in hot car.
A woman who is accused of letting her dog die after she left it in a car last July has been charged with animal cruelty. Stephanie Skinner of Victoria has been charged with causing an animal to continue to be in distress under B.C.'s Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. The B.C. SPCA says Skinner left her dog, a Boston terrier, in a car for seven hours on July 23, 2018. All of the windows were closed and temperatures in the area reached 30 C that day. When she returned to the vehicle, the dog was dead. If convicted, Skinner faces a $75,000 fine, up to two years in jail and up to a lifetime ban on owning animals.

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