SIX children are reported to be among eight dead after a horror head-on car smash near the Dead Sea in Isarel. One car burst into flames after the crash on Route 90 near the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, reports the Hamodia newspaper. The MDA national emergency service said five people were trapped inside the burning car. Three people in the other vehicle were taken to hospital. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. … [Read more...] about Six kids among eight people killed as two cars smash head on and burst into flames near the Dead Sea in Israel
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Published 2:52 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Michael Goodman, 69, was born in San Francisco in 1949. He has lived on the streets for three years and in an interview with SFGATE on Oct. 25, 2018, he was sharing papers with information on all the medications he takes for the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease he suffers from. He's in a wheelchair. He told SFGATE he studied electronics at a college in Los Angeles before going to work for Howard Hughes Aircraft Company. less Michael Goodman, 69, was born in San Francisco in 1949. He has lived on the streets for three years and in an interview with SFGATE on Oct. 25, 2018, he was sharing papers with information on all the ... more Photo: A. Graff The number of homeless people living in San Francisco has reached a record high. The number of homeless people living in San Francisco has reached a record high. … [Read more...] about We asked people living on SF’s streets, ‘What’s the best thing that happened to you last week?’
The NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in Luton is running a campaign throughout winter, urging people to call NHS 111 when they need urgent medical help - and they are calling on the public to get on board to spread the word. NHS 111 is the single telephone number to get urgent help from a variety of healthcare professionals. It’s free to call and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. NHS 111 health care professionals are able to signpost patients to a service more appropriate for their requirements. After an initial assessment, trained advisors may give you advice on how to look after yourself, arrange for you to speak to a qualified healthcare professional from the team or direct you to the right health service near you, including booking an appointment for you.The team can also assess if you need an ambulance and send one if necessary.The campaign in Luton supports the Public Health England national campaign that launched in October promoting the 111 service. Dr … [Read more...] about Luton health chiefs urge people to use 111 number for urgent medical help
Thousands of people enter Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia every October, waiting in lengthy lines in hope — or fear — that whatever happens inside the old prison will leave them quivering in fright. Other people outright avoid the prison's spooky Terror Behind the Walls experience and similar haunted houses that pop at Halloween each year. Why does the same experience thrill some people, but freak out others out? A person's response to fear depends on a combination of genetics and life experience, according to John Dani, a neurological sciences professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine. "You're going to have a distribution of how people will respond to fear," Dani said. "Some are going to be extremely untroubled by it. Some are going to be more vulnerable to it genetically. In addition to that, it's what their experiences have been." When a person perceives a potentially fearful situation, portions of the brain that govern … [Read more...] about Why do haunted houses thrill some people but scare others?
PUBLISHED: 09:44 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:44 30 October 2018 Emma Bartholomew Deaf Rave 15 year anniversary party at The Dome in London's Tufnell Park, Picture: Abbie Trayler-Smith Abbie Trayler-Smith +447977456911 A Hoxton man who set up a rave for deaf clubbers has been featured in a Facebook video about people who use social media to drive positive social change. Deaf Rave 15 year anniversary party at The Dome in London's Tufnell Park. Picture: Abbie Trayler-SmithTroi Lee, who was born profoundly deaf after his twin brother’s umbilical cord wrapped around his neck and starved him of oxygen, founded Deaf Rave, a quarterly event, 15 years ago. He came up with the idea after he and a group of his friends were refused entry to a Leicester Square club on account of the fact they were deaf. “Communication issues were clearly visible between my friend and the door man so I immediately went over to try and solve the problem,” remembers … [Read more...] about Deaf Rave founder Troi Lee features in Facebook film about people using social media to drive positive change