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Contact us at [email protected]@time. probably one of the most helpful people Ive ever met,"In recent days, but is not reporting his name following warnings from U. during a press conference Friday, thank you. Unsurprisingly, U.m. when the DJ upstairs put on "What" by Playboi Carti"What what what what" went the lyricsBounce bounce bounce bounce went the partyAt that moment DeeJay Priestly 22 watched his partner Davion Keys simply disappear into hardwood "One moment he was there then he wasn’t" he told the Houston ChronicleA bottle of Tower vodka crashed down into Carroll’s empty apartment It was followed by furniture structural supports Davion Keys Abiola Busari and at least half a dozen others As the hole widened dancing turned to screaming Some ended up stranded on a six-inch strip of floor above the chasm clinging to the wall like movie characters when they end up stuck outside a skyscraperA video showed a dancer trying to flee the growing hole As a viewer noted she was soon forced to "accept her fate and grab her hair"Down she went Down they all went People on top of people drenched in a geyser of pipe water and covered in the remains of a party Some tried to climb back up on broken beams as those on the high ground stared in aweWhen firefighters got to the building CBS-11 reported "partygoers were dangling between floors"And yet somehow no one suffered injuries worse than a few cuts and bruisesThose downstairs were not so luckyCarroll and her roommates had just reached the police station to report the rampant party she told NBC-DFW when 911 calls started coming in from her building"Your apartment’s destroyed" an officer told her She lost nearly all her belongings and in fact the entire building was evacuated leaving nearly 50 students homeless by the time class resumed Monday morningInvestigators were looking into the cause of the collapse by thenOne early theory seems quite plausible as CBS-11 reported:"Too much jumping"The weather has proven to be more than just a little bit inconvenient over the past few weeks having closed schools delayed public transport and even caused power cuts up and down the country But arguably few of us have been put out more than one determined 70-year-old who displayed incredible levels of perseverance when she had to walk five miles home after working extra hours at her job Pam Chapman is a carer in Bradford who cares for three men with learning difficulties She decided to stay longer at work due to what she felt was her duty of care only to then have to walk five miles home because roads had become unusable BBC reporter Corinne Wheatley explained on Twitter that shed spotted Pam walking through deep snow drifts and offered her a lift Can we all take a moment to appreciate this lady While filming today we spotted her walking through deep #snow drifts offered her a lift turns out shes a carer She couldnt get a bus or taxi home from her nightshift and had to walk Shes 70 pictwittercom/nwERFJE4rF- Corinne Wheatley (@CorinneWheatley) March 18 2018 "She couldnt get a bus or taxi home from her nightshift and had to walk" Wheatley wrote Wheatley explained that she then dropped Pam off as close as she could get to her home but that eventually the snow got too deep for the vehicle to go any further In the past few weeks the UK has been ravaged by the Beast From the East and its more recent spin-off as well as storm Emma The Met Office has said that much of the country is still in the grip of cold conditions but that we will be seeing rapidly-improving conditions later in the week"I was stuck there until the other member of staff came in I couldnt get a taxi so Ive had to walk the five miles home" Pam told the BBC "You cant leave them on their own youve got a duty of care really Youve got to do it even at 70" Pam was filmed taking on the -4C temperatures in Queensbury Bradford "Queensburys well-known for being the highest spot in Bradford and when it gets bad it gets bad" Pam said An inspirational woman to be sure – but the most impressive aspect to this whole story Where most of us would bitch and moan our way through such an ordeal during her interview Pam merely chuckled as she explained her long trudge The womans unstoppable Round of applause for Pam everyone Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk news Awesome Inspirational failed to achieve his mission Also in Kano that hasn’t stopped action superstar Jason Statham from throwing his hat into the ring [The Guardian] Meet Every James Bond Ever Dr Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Pan Niger Delta Forum had during the week passed a vote of no-confidence on Buhari With the growing concern about their future and the future of other Nigerian youth neither are we gathered to take sides nor apportion blames The company has a partner in the American Red Cross The company has temporarily halted beer production at its Cartersville I spent 15 years researching the experiences of Indigenous (Nahuatl-speaking) people from the Alto Balsas region of Guerrero so far unsuccessful may illustrate the pitfalls of having no one left to tell you "Noomg seriously just no" Kim Jong Un delivered a televised speech on Thursday in which he said the North is open to engaging in serious talks with South Korea It was an important and almost conciliatory message but one that was overshadowed or undershadowed by the leaders shrunken eyebrows READ MORE Watch North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Take the Controls of an Airplane In what looks to be a case of over plucking Kim Jong Un has rendered his eyebrows in to mere dashes The South China Morning Post posits that Kims new forehead hyphens may be an effort to change his appearance to look more like his grandfather Kim Il-sung the first leader of North Korea Maybe the DPRK hoped to distract from Kims new look by releasing a propaganda video of the leader piloting a large airplane Take an Inside Look at North Korea Aug 26 2011 A North Korean woman looks down at the city of Pyongyang from the top of the Tower of the Juche Idea David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2011 Central Pyongyang at dusk through a hotel room window David GuttenfelderAP Jan 16 2012 Light shines through a window on to a tank filled with goldfish inside an office at the Korean Central News Agency building in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2012 Under a North Korean flag residents of Pyongyang wait for public transportation David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Korean commuters are seen riding a bus in central Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 A pedestrian walks past a large apartment block in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 12 2012 A North Korean man rides a bike along the banks of the Pothong River in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 North Koreans pay their respects before a monument of Kim Il-Sung at Mansu Hill in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Sept 17 2008 North Koreans school girls walk hand in hand past a monument in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 11 2011 North Korean construction workers labor in the Mansudae area of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 9 2012 North Korean women are pictured working in a thread factory in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 3 2012 A North Korean student learns to drive a tractor on a computerized driving simulator at the Samjiyon Schoolchildren’s Palace in Samjiyon North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Oct 9 2011 A man walks past a building in Pyongyang where a picture of North Korea’s late leader Kim Il-Sung hangs on its outer wall David GuttenfelderAP April 22 2011 A woman looks at monkeys behind a glass enclosure at the central zoo in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2011 Workers carry painted doors along a road in Mangyongdae North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 Portraits of North Korea’s late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il hang on a wall at a children’s school of performing arts in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP March 10 2011 Children look through a subway car window in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 8 2012 A North Korean soldier stands at a check point seen from a train heading to North Phyongan Province about 50 kilometers (35 miles) south of the border town of Sinuiju along North Korea’s west coast David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2011 North Korean soldiers tour the grounds of the birthplace of the late President Kim Il-Sung at Mangyongdae North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 2 2012 The hoof of a deer used as a door handle hangs on the door of the small cabin that is said to have been the home of the late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung and the birthplace of his son and late leader Kim Jong-Il at what was a secret military camp during the fight against the Japanese at the foot of Mount Paektu North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 4 2012 a North Korean soldier working as a guide walks through a forest at the foot of Mount Paektu North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 3 2012 A man clears snow from the base of a monument at the Samjiyon Grand Monument area in Samjiyon North Korea at the base of Mount Paektu David GuttenfelderAP Feb 11 2012 Snow blankets farm fields on the outskirts of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 17 2011 People work in a field outside of Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 10 2012 A North Korean man rides a bicycle on the grounds of a communal apple farm on the outskirts of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 8 2011 A North Korean man rests near a farm field along a highway outside the eastern coastal city of Wonsan North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 A young North Korean dancer leaps by as North Korean girls put on panda bear costumes as they prepare to perform at a gathering at a park to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the late leader Kim Il-Sung’s birthday in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 A North Korean girl uses her digital camera to take a photograph of her friend dancing at a gathering at a park to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the late leader Kim Il-Sung’s birthday David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 A young girl stands on floral-print carpet inside the Pyongyang Children’s Palace in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 A North Korean woman peers out of an elevator while speaking on an in-house phone at a library in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 12 2012 A bouquet of flowers sits on a table in front of a painted mural on the wall of a restaurant in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Korean ushers peer into the concert hall before the start of a performance by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Koreans look through the performance program before the start of a concert by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 27 2008 North Korean girls sing a song entitled "Generalissimo Kim Il Sung Danced With Us" at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 11 2011 North Korean soccer fans react after their team missed a goal during a World Cup qualifying match between North Korea and Uzbekistan in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 Women perform a dance routine with badminton rackets at an event to mark the birthday of Kim Il Sung at a park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 16 2008 A guide gives a lecture in front of a diorama showing the Korean War’s 1950 battle of Taejon as she gives a tour of the War Museum in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2012 Fireworks explode over the heads of North Korean soldiers lined up in formation at Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang during a parade of thousands of soldiers commemorating the 70th birthday of the late Kim Jong-Il David GuttenfelderAP Feb 14 2012 A North Korean stands at attention as others cheer during the unveiling of a new bronze statue depicting the late leader Kim Jong-Il and his father Kim Il-Sung at Mansudae Art Studio in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2012 A large screen shows video recorded during the period of mourning following the death of late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il during a concert in Pyongyang to commemorate his death and what would have been his 70th birthday David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 North Korean residents of the capital city mingle on the side of the street in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Jan 15 2012 A song and video showing the launch of the North Korean "Unha-2" rocket plays on karaoke stage inside a restaurant in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 8 2012 A group of journalists walk down a road in front of North Korea’s Unha-3 rocket slated for liftoff at Sohae Satellite Station David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Koreans lit with red light look on with delight as they watch a fireworks display along the Taedong River in Pyongyang to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Korean civilians some weeping wave flowers as they look up at North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un unseen at the end of a mass military parade in Pyongyang’s Kim Il Sung Square to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 A North Korean woman with a pin of the late leader Kim Il Sung attached to her dress sits with fellow audience members at the "World Congress on the Juche Idea" in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Korean soldiers ride by on horses in front of flower waving civilians during a mass military parade in Pyongyang’s Kim Il-Sung Square to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2012 North Korean leader Kim Jong Un far right applauds with senior military officials as citizens wave flowers at an unveiling ceremony for statues of the late leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 Two North Korean officials look up at a crowd of military members seated in a stadium in Pyongyang during a mass meeting called by the Central Committee of North Korea’s ruling party David GuttenfelderAP April 16 2012 Images of the late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung and Mt Paektu appear on a screen behind a choir during a concert in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 17 2012 A man and a boy pose for a picture in front of portraits of the late leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il at a festival for the "Kimilsungia" flower to mark 100 years since the birth of North Korea’s late leader in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 North Koreans gather under a high dive platform to watch as fellow swimmers hesitate to try a dive at a newly opened swimming pool in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 North Koreans look at a model of an octopus as they tour a dolphin show facility at a newly-built amusement park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 A woman rides a roller coaster at a newly-built amusement park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 11 2012 North Koreans grill barbecue under a tree at Majon Beach near Hamhung North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 11 2012 Two people dance at Majon beach near Hamhung North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 8 2012 A North Korean woman working at a miniature golf facility give guidance to young players in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 11 2012 North Korean woman walks down stairs at a restaurant meant primarily for tourists in Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 13 2012 North Korean children lift toy barbells during play time at a school for the performing arts in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Jan 10 2013 North Korean men shovel snow from the roof of a building in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2013 Female North Korean traffic police officers gather in front of bronze statues of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il to pay their respects in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Feb 17 2013 North Korean soldiers ride an escalator past a model of their country’s Unha Rocket as they enter an exhibition in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2013 North Koreans visit the Pyongyang Folk Park on the outskirts of Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2013 North Koreans dance together beneath a mosaic painting of the late leader Kim Il Sung during a mass folk dancing gathering in Pyongyang to mark the anniversary of the first of many titles of power given to leader Kim Jong Un after the death of his father Kim Jong Il David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2013 Runners rest inside Kim Il Sung Stadium in Pyongyang North Korea hosted the 26th Mangyongdae Prize Marathon to mark the upcoming birthday of the late leader Kim Il Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2013 A North Korean child covers the eyes of her father as she sits on his shoulders watching mass folk dancing in front of Pyongyang Indoor Stadium in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 16 2013 A North Korean soldier races another man on a go cart track at the Fun Fair in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 18 2013 North Korean children work at easels during a drawing class at Mangyongdae Children’s Palace in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 24 2013 A North Korean boy rides in a bicycle basket on a road north of Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 24 2013 A North Korean man checks his bicycle next to a painted exclamation point on a propaganda billboard in Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 24 2013 A North Korean boy on rollerblades is pulled by a woman on a bicycle on a road south of Kaesong North Korea and north of the demilitarized zone which separates the two Koreas David GuttenfelderAP April 25 2013 North Korean soldiers and civilians stand on a foot bridge to look at goldfish in a moat as they tour the grounds of Kumsusan Palace of the Sun the mausoleum where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 25 2013 North Korean soldiers and civilians pose for souvenir photos in front of a fountain as they tour the grounds of Kumsusan Palace of the Sun the mausoleum where 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