Investigators say an inmate who died at the jail in Marin County hanged himself in his cell.
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Inmate found dead at Marin jail hanged himself
Students at Copper Hills high school are dealing with another tragedy. A 16 year old student was found dead in a field Saturday. It is the fourth death tied to the school since January.Police say Braxton Anderson and his friends were drinking early Saturday in this snow-covered field. Two left and one of them returned to get a missing wallet. When that boy got back, he found Braxton’s body and …
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It’s only been about three days since New Zealand has been first-hand witness to one of the harshest earthquakes it has seen for a long time at Christchurch, yet there’s no letting up as a series of aftershocks that have measured almost 4.5 in magnitude continue to keep the city in shock, and efforts to rescue the missing has seemingly hit a dead-end.
According to most people who have stayed back to help or wish to prevent looters from taking away their valuables, the memories of the terror of the earthquake that occurred on Tuesday are brought back every time one of these little tremors hit the city.
And it’s not just residents of the city that are horrified by this life-changing event but people who have come from abroad to assist in the rescue efforts, and in understanding the extent to which the earthquake has caused damage to the heart of Christchurch where several landmarks and building lay in waste, the Prime Minister John Key has clearly told the nation to brace itself for tough news as the days pass.
As rescue efforts spend their third night looking for survivors, they seem to be optimistic enough to find many more that are buried beneath the rubble as there are a few days before time runs out. Yet with these tremors that continue to rock the city, rescue efforts become harder to carry out along with the realization that Christchurch will never be the same again.