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San Bernardino Man BEHEADED In Freak Motorcycle Accident

A man traveling on a motorcycle was decapitated in a freak accident in San Bernardino, California on Tuesday morning.

Authorities say, Fabian Zepeda, 27, was killed after he drove his motorcycle under a fallen power line stretched across a road.

Police tell the Riverside Press-Enterprise that minutes earlier, a driver lost control of a Ford Taurus, which hit a mailbox and ran across a lawn. Coroner’s officials say the car then hit a wooden telephone pole that snapped in half, and a tension wire fell across Macy Street. Zepeda drove into it and was beheaded. h/t abc6

Police say the driver did not appear to be impaired and wasn’t immediately arrested or ticketed pending further investigation.

Apple To DOJ: You Missed Your Chance By Changing Terrorist iCloud Password

Apple is saying the Department of Justice made a big mistake in its handling of the San Bernardino shooter‘s iPhone by changing the password to the device’s iCloud account.

According to senior Apple executives, the DOJ had a valuable opportunity to get into the terrorist’s iCloud account, but for some reason, investigators changed the password.

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They said the iCloud password was changed hours after the shooting, preventing a potential iCloud backup that may have revealed further information about the suspect. Continue reading

Run, Hide or Fight: Active Shooter Reported San Diego Naval Medical Center

The Naval Medical Center in San Diego has issued a scary announcement of an active shooter.

The message, posed to their Facebook page Tuesday morning advised people to “run, hide or fight.”

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**!ATTENTION!** An active shooter has just been been reported in building #26 at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Continue reading

Disneyland Closing Large Chunk Of Park To Make Way For Star Wars Expansion

Move over classic attractions! Disneyland is about to close you down to make way for their all new Star Wars extravaganza.

The popular Anaheim theme park is shutting down a significant chunk of real estate for their largest expansion ever. This coming as Disney just raised the price of annual passes more than 31 percent.

“At the end of the day, you won’t see any attendance drop,” said Dennis Speigel, a theme park consultant and president of International Theme Park Services in Cincinnati. Continue reading