The crash, which happened on Nov. Paula Antenucci said her daughter, April Galligan, was on her way home from work when she was hit by the suspected drunk driver who not only hit her daughter, but another car, in the middle of the afternoon on Thanksgiving weekend. She was heading home when police say year-old Brett Stempel ran a red light at 3rd Street and McDowell Road, t-boning Galligan's car. He crossed through the intersection and hit her at about 60 miles per hour right in her door and they had to extricate her. I just hope that she didn't feel a lot of pain," said Antenucci.
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Please can everyone stop drinking their own urine?
Say hello to the latest health fad - it's even yellower than a turmeric latte, and more bitter than a charcoal lemonade. While drinking your own pee seems like the kind of thing you'd only do if you were trapped up a mountain or stranded in a desert somewhere, it looks like some people have started gulping down the golden stuff in the privacy of their own homes. And give it a go she did. Just last week, Leah Sampson, a year-old woman from Alberta, Canada, told The Sun that drinking her own urine helped her lose half her body weight.
Excessive alcohol use is associated with more than 27, deaths among women and girls each year. Although men are more likely to drink alcohol and consume larger amounts, biological differences in body structure and chemistry lead most women to absorb more alcohol and take longer to metabolize it. After drinking the same amount of alcohol, women tend to have higher blood alcohol levels than men, and the immediate effects of alcohol usually occur more quickly and last longer in women than men.