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Friday August 12nd, 2022 morning edition

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A BUILDER was knocked unconscious when he was hit with a bottle of pee which dropped from a 50-metre crane.

The man, who was part of a team of builders working on a new health centre in Worthing, was taken to hospital.

An eyewitness said the worker was out cold after the bottle hit him on the head.

“Somebody in the crane did something they’re not supposed to,” the witness said.

Builder knocked unconscious when hit with bottle of pee dropped from crane in Worthing.

“The man reported suffering from neck pain and was taken to hospital as a precaution.”.

The new clinic will bring together GP surgeries, mental health provision, community care and a pharmacy on to one central site. »

Suspect killed in standoff after alleged attempt to breach FBI office in Cincinnati

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A suspect was killed Thursday afternoon in a gunfire exchange with officers following an hours-long standoff in Cincinnati, Ohio, authorities said.

Officials said the standoff began after the suspect attempted to breach the Cincinnati FBI field office building at around 9 a.m. and then led officers on a pursuit.

The situation unfolded at around 9 a.m., when Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers and local law enforcement agents responded to the alleged breach attempt at the FBI field office. »

OnlyFans ‘bribed’ Meta employees to put pornstars on terror watchlist, lawsuit claims

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More than 20,000 adult content creators on OnlyFans were allegedly placed on an international terrorist database following bribes paid to employees at Meta, a lawsuit has claimed.

Accounts banned on one Meta platform are typically “shadowbanned” on other Meta platforms - leading to a total blackout and users unable to advertise their content.

Social media users who only shared their content on OnlyFans were not removed or banned by Meta, reports said. »

Suspect dies during standoff following attempt to break into Cincinnati FBI HQ, police say

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Violence and threats against law enforcement, including the FBI, are dangerous and should be deeply concerning to all Americans.

Before the standoff, the armed suspect tried to breach the FBI’s Visitor Screening Facility at its headquarters in Sycamore Township around 9:15 a.m., the bureau said.

An alarm went off, prompting armed FBI agents to respond, and the suspect fled onto northbound I-71, the FBI said in a tweet. »

Elon Musk fans want to throw children in front of a Tesla after its autopilot ran over kid-sized dummies

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AI Elon Musk fans want to throw children in front of a Tesla after its autopilot ran over kid-sized dummies By Malavika Pradeep Email Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Flipboard Copy Link.

“LiDAR is the same technology used in autonomous vehicles, which Tesla incidentally does not have,” Ogan went on to mention.

It’s 2022, and Teslas still aren’t stopping for children. — Taylor Ogan (@TaylorOgan) August 9, 2022. »