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Is this the trending wave of the future???!!!

Man found in freezer married to suspected killer
http://www.sfgate.com/news/crime/article...432138.php
CERES, Calif. (AP) — A man found dead in the freezer of an abandoned Central California auto shop was married to the man charged with killing him, authorities said.

Police identified Thomas Kroger, 49, as the person discovered April 14 in a chest freezer at The Shop Customs in Ceres, a small community located in Stanislaus County about 100 miles east of San Francisco.

The Modesto Bee reported that authorities believe Kroger had been killed between December and April 10, but the cause of death remains unknown pending the outcome of autopsy reports. Investigators said they have yet to find any of Kroger's relatives, adding that he has lived in Modesto, San Francisco, Oklahoma and Texas.

Jacob Cervantes, 26, was called in by detectives for an interview the same day they found the body. He was arrested on suspicion of murder and later pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in the Stanislaus County Superior Court.

Police discovered the body when the building's owner let them in to investigate complaints from customers, who said that paint and body work had not been done on their cars and nobody was answering the shop's phone.

The newspaper reports that Cervantes and Kroger were married Aug. 13, about 2 ½ weeks after his former partner, Bernabe Garcia, died of cancer.

Cervantes signed his marriage license to Kroger, claiming no prior spouses, but the newspaper cited public records showing he had a wife. She declined to comment, as did Cervantes' parents.
When I was a kid I worked at the Safeway on Market St. On my first day they took us into the freezer and said to be careful when going in there for anything because someone had accidentally locked themselves in and no one realized it until they found the person frozen stiff the next day.
(04-27-2014 08:00 AM)johan Wrote: [ -> ]When I was a kid I worked at the Safeway on Market St. On my first day they took us into the freezer and said to be careful when going in there for anything because someone had accidentally locked themselves in and no one realized it until they found the person frozen stiff the next day.
That's really bad planning- a door that cannot be unlocked from the inside.
couldn't you kind of like workout in the freezer the entire night to avoid hypothermia?

like use the pig carcasses as a punching bag? dunno.

seems like it might be possible to survive one night of sub zero temperatures.
UMEA, Sweden – A Swedish man who was found alive after spending two months trapped in a car in freezing temperatures survived by eating snow and hibernating "like a bear," according to one theory.

The man, identified by various media as Peter Skyllberg, was recovering in Norrlands University Hospital on Monday after being rescued last week.

The 44-year-old was found Friday by a man on a snowmobile who sighted Skyllberg's snow-covered vehicle on a deserted road near the northern town of Umea, just south of the Arctic Circle.

When rescuers arrived at the scene, Skyllberg was emancipated and barely speaking. He had no food or water with him, only cigarettes and comic books, the Daily Mail said. It was believed he had been eating snow.

On Sunday, medical experts were puzzling over how Skyllberg -- who told police he had been in the car since December 19 -- managed to survive in temperatures as low as -22F.

Dr. Stefan Branth, from Uppsala University, suggested that Skyllberg may have stayed alive by hibernating, The Guardian reported.

"A bit like a bear that hibernates. Humans can do that. He probably had a body temperature of around 31C [88F], which the body adjusted to. Due to the low temperature, not much energy was used up," Branth said. Normal healthy body temperature is around 99F.

However, that theory was dismissed by Norrlands University Hospital's chief medical officer, Dr. Ulf Segerberg, who said that Skyllberg's car likely kept him warm by providing insulation similar to an igloo.

"Igloos usually have a temperature of a couple of degrees below 0C [32F] and if you have good clothes you would survive in those temperatures and be able to preserve your body temperature," Segerberg said.

Segerberg added that Skyllberg, who is estimated to have lost up to 44 pounds, was "feeling well" as he recovered from his ordeal.

While it was not immediately clear why Skyllberg had been in his car since December, reports emerged Sunday that he suffered numerous personal setbacks recently and may have been trying to take his own life.

"He had a girlfriend but she ran out. And then he also had problems paying bills and the rent," a source close to Skyllberg said, according to Aftonbladet newspaper.

Aftonbladet's report, cited by The (London) Daily Telegraph, added that Skyllberg's debts totaled 1.6 million Swedish Kronor (US$238,000), and a court in December ordered the seizure of his rental properties.
In the store freezer he may not have had warm clothes. Even

Maybe he could have piled the pig carcasses up on himself, but there might not even have been that. If you are in a Tshirt and in an empty freezer, it seems bad.
The Freezee???!!!
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The Freezier???!!!
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A zip line is a great way to travel from point A to point B, but not point C if that is 150 feet down?!??!!!

Ex-North Bay woman dies in fall from zip line in Hawaii

http://blog.sfgate.com/stew/2014/05/02/n...in-hawaii/
BCN – A former Santa Rosa woman died Thursday when she fell from a zip line at Piiholo Ranch Zipline in Makawao, Hawaii.

Maui police Lt. William Juan identified the woman as 29-year-old Patricia Rabellizsa, of Kihei, an employee of Piiholo Ranch Zipline.

Juan said the Maui Fire Department responded to the incident and reported Rabellizsa fell 150 feet from a zip line. Maui police responded around 9:50 a.m. to a report that someone had fallen from the zip line, Juan said.

Rabellizsa was pronounced dead at the scene. Her cause of death is pending autopsy results.

Piiholo Ranch Zipline was not returning calls Friday morning, but did release a statement Thursday about Rabellizsa’s death.

“The Piihola Zipline Ohana expresses its condolences and sympathy to those involved in today’s tragic event,” the statement said. “We especially offer our deepest aloha and prayers to the family and friends of our co-worker Patricia ‘Trish’ Rabellizsa at this difficult time.

We are working in full cooperation with the Maui Police Department’s on going investigation.”

Rabellizsa’s Facebook page lists her as a Santa Rosa resident who studied art and design at Santa Rosa Junior College. She had moved to Maui several months ago, according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

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Categories: Tragedy
(04-27-2014 08:00 AM)johan Wrote: [ -> ]When I was a kid I worked at the Safeway on Market St. On my first day they took us into the freezer and said to be careful when going in there for anything because someone had accidentally locked themselves in and no one realized it until they found the person frozen stiff the next day.
Safeway on Market St....in San Francisco???!!!

Any contests to see who last the longest in the freezer without a coat??!?!?!!
(04-27-2014 08:54 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]couldn't you kind of like workout in the freezer the entire night to avoid hypothermia?

like use the pig carcasses as a punching bag? dunno.

seems like it might be possible to survive one night of sub zero temperatures.

Nope. Internal organs no can defend.
(04-27-2014 08:57 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]UMEA, Sweden – A Swedish man who was found alive after spending two months trapped in a car in freezing temperatures survived by eating snow and hibernating "like a bear," according to one theory.

The man, identified by various media as Peter Skyllberg, was recovering in Norrlands University Hospital on Monday after being rescued last week.

The 44-year-old was found Friday by a man on a snowmobile who sighted Skyllberg's snow-covered vehicle on a deserted road near the northern town of Umea, just south of the Arctic Circle.

When rescuers arrived at the scene, Skyllberg was emancipated and barely speaking. He had no food or water with him, only cigarettes and comic books, the Daily Mail said. It was believed he had been eating snow.

On Sunday, medical experts were puzzling over how Skyllberg -- who told police he had been in the car since December 19 -- managed to survive in temperatures as low as -22F.

Dr. Stefan Branth, from Uppsala University, suggested that Skyllberg may have stayed alive by hibernating, The Guardian reported.

"A bit like a bear that hibernates. Humans can do that. He probably had a body temperature of around 31C [88F], which the body adjusted to. Due to the low temperature, not much energy was used up," Branth said. Normal healthy body temperature is around 99F.

However, that theory was dismissed by Norrlands University Hospital's chief medical officer, Dr. Ulf Segerberg, who said that Skyllberg's car likely kept him warm by providing insulation similar to an igloo.

"Igloos usually have a temperature of a couple of degrees below 0C [32F] and if you have good clothes you would survive in those temperatures and be able to preserve your body temperature," Segerberg said.

Segerberg added that Skyllberg, who is estimated to have lost up to 44 pounds, was "feeling well" as he recovered from his ordeal.

While it was not immediately clear why Skyllberg had been in his car since December, reports emerged Sunday that he suffered numerous personal setbacks recently and may have been trying to take his own life.

"He had a girlfriend but she ran out. And then he also had problems paying bills and the rent," a source close to Skyllberg said, according to Aftonbladet newspaper.

Aftonbladet's report, cited by The (London) Daily Telegraph, added that Skyllberg's debts totaled 1.6 million Swedish Kronor (US$238,000), and a court in December ordered the seizure of his rental properties.

Holy shit. Maybe I'm wrong.
(04-27-2014 08:00 AM)johan Wrote: [ -> ]When I was a kid I worked at the Safeway on Market St. On my first day they took us into the freezer and said to be careful when going in there for anything because someone had accidentally locked themselves in and no one realized it until they found the person frozen stiff the next day.

I've never seen a Safeway door you couldn't open from the inside, maybe broken?
What city?
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/20503...&hpt=hp_t2

A Brazilian football fan was killed on Friday after being struck in the head by a toilet bowl that was thrown from stadium stands by upset supporters during a match in eastern Brazil, according to Reuters.

Per Globoesporte (via Reuters), the incident occurred outside of Arruda Stadium in Recife on Friday after a 1-1 draw between Santa Cruz and Parana. According to police captain Wilson Queiroz, "In front of Gate 6 there was a big fight that resulted in the death of the fan. The toilet was thrown from the stands and hit him full on."

The victim, identified as Paulo Ricardo Gomes da Silva by The Associated Press (via Fox Sports), was said to have been killed instantly. He was 26.

Although there are still plenty of details to emerge and many questions still to be answered, there's no doubt this incident reflects poorly on Brazil's passionate football fans, especially with the nation set to host the 2014 World Cup in less than two months.

With four 2014 World Cup matches scheduled to be played in Recife (Arena Pernambuco) this summer, the disturbing incident no doubt raises concerns and questions regarding both player and fan safety.

But with a tremendous amount of spectators and reporters set to enter the country, and fans from every corner of the globe tuning in for the 2014 World Cup, there's sure to be an added security presence in Brazil this summer.

It remains to be seen what will ultimately come of this tragic story, but the hope is that those responsible will be punished and precautionary measures will be put in place to prevent a similar situation down the road.
BJJ = Bowl Jiu jitsiu ???!!!
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