Every day at 7 a.m.: an old TV set was jamming the Internet in a whole village for a year and a half

In the British village of Aberhosan (Wales), the Internet went out for 18 months. The reason for this was the old TV, which interfered and jammed Wi-Fi, writes “Lenta.ru”. The engineers at Openreach (the local provider) did not understand what was happening. Every day at exactly seven in the morning around ...

'I was terrified': a Colorado resident found a snake in the toilet of her apartment

A resident of Fort Collins, Colorado, found a snake crawling out of the toilet in her closet, writes Fox Denver. It's a toilet blockage like you've never seen before. Imagine that the water drain is blocked by a living snake. This is exactly the picture Miranda Stewart saw in her ...

In Wyoming, three balloons with tourists fell: 12 people were injured

At least 12 people have been hospitalized with injuries following a three-balloon crash in Wyoming on Monday morning, Aug. 3, according to local officials, People writes. The disaster took place south of Teton Village. Balloons were discovered on ...

In the US capital, lightning struck the National Guard guarding the White House

Two National Guard guards are hospitalized after a lightning strike near the White House, Fox News reports. On Thursday evening, June 4, when a demonstration against police officers continued in Washington, DC, two members of the US National Guard, on duty near Lafayette Square, opposite the White House, ...

In Florida, a three-meter alligator attacked a 14-year-old

In Florida, a 10-foot (three-meter) alligator attacked a teenager walking near a pond, writes Click Orlando. According to employees of the Florida Commission for the Protection of Fish and Wildlife, the alligator will be trapped and transported to a more suitable place for him. According to officials, ...

Minnesota Ukrainians driving truck into crowd of protesters not charged

On June 2, Bogdan Vechirko, a Ukrainian from Minnesota, who drove a tank truck into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis, was released from detention without charge. According to law enforcement officers, the investigation continues, writes “Voice of America”. 35-year-old US citizen of Ukrainian origin was arrested on suspicion of ...

Flood in the streets and dirty drinking water: a large-scale sewage leak occurred in Florida

The mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, sought federal assistance from the state after 211 million gallons (about 800 million liters) of sewage leaked from pipes into the streets and made drinking water unusable, Fox News writes. According to the report published ...

In New York, water pipes broke again and paralyzed the work of the subway

On the morning of January 19, a water pipe burst in the Central Park West area of ​​New York. As a result, flooded nearby streets and paralyzed the work of three metro lines. This is the second major breakthrough in a week, NY Daily News reports. What happened on January 19th ...

Saved at Christmas: how an American almost froze on the highest mountain in Ukraine

Ukrainian rescuers helped a US citizen who got lost while climbing Hoverla, writes BBC Ukraine. Hoverla is the highest mountain and the highest point in the country. The incident took place on Tuesday, December 24th. At about 12:30 pm, a tourist called from the State Emergency Service ...

KFC 'wrong' order and 30 more ridiculous reasons why people call 911

At a KFC restaurant in Wisconsin, the police were called: a woman complained to officers that her order was wrong. The police who arrived at the scene found the client near the Drive Thru window - and she was still upset, writes USA Today. For the customer already ...

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