Man mangled and ripped to pieces by train

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man mangled and ripped to pieces by train

Straight Man by Richard Russo

In this uproarious new novel, Richard Russo performs his characteristic high-wire walk between hilarity and heartbreak. Russos protagonist is William Henry Devereaux, Jr., the reluctant chairman of the English department of a badly underfunded college in the Pennsylvania rust belt. Devereauxs reluctance is partly rooted in his character--he is a born anarchist-- and partly in the fact that his department is more savagely divided than the Balkans.

In the course of a single week, Devereaux will have his nose mangled by an angry colleague, imagine his wife is having an affair with his dean, wonder if a curvaceous adjunct is trying to seduce him with peach pits, and threaten to execute a goose on local television.  All this while coming to terms with his philandering father, the dereliction of his youthful promise, and the ominous failure of certain vital body functions. In short, Straight Man is classic Russo--side-splitting and true-to-life, witty, compassionate, and impossible to put down.
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MAN HIT BY TRAIN

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The man was heading west on I, east of Elm Avenue, at about p. Friday, May 3, when his truck left the roadway along the north side of the freeway and hit a large tree, Blackman-Leoni Township Public Safety Director Mike Jester said. The impact ripped the cab of the truck apart, sending the engine block on one side of the tree and the rest of the cab on the other side, torn to pieces and upside down. The man managed crawl out of the wreckage and was taken to Henry Ford Allegiance Health to be treated for unknown injuries, Jester said. Westbound I is reduced to one lane while police work the scene and road crews work to remove the wreckage.

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The front end of the school bus appeared to be ripped off as it sat on the median of Interstate 80 in Mount Olive. It was also sheared off its undercarriage and a piece of the front end of the bus with the steering wheel visible was lying on top of the guardrail separating the highway from the median. A red dump truck with a mangled front end was parked along the highway nearby, about 50 miles 80 kilometers west of New York. Hackettstown Police Sgt. Darren Tynan told The Record that multiple people were taken to a hospital. Phil Murphy said in a tweet. Paramus Public Schools said that the bus was taking students from East Brook Middle School to Waterloo Village, which is about five miles from the crash scene.

Nepali and U. Marine helicopter on May Home ministry official Laxmi Prasad Dhakal said at least 65 people had been killed on May Most of the reported fatalities were in villages and towns such as Charikot, the capital of Dolakha, which were only just beginning to pick up the pieces from the massive April 25 quake that killed more than 8, people. Authorities said they had no idea what caused the train wreck at about p. Survivors described scenes of horror and chaos as passengers and luggage were tossed around inside the careening train carriages.

This gallery contains 5 photos. And here is another offering and splattered innards and shredded flesh. But my question is where the fuck did the rest of him go? This gallery contains 1 photo. What do you guys think happened here? Some kind of accident? Midgets in drag?

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  1. Brunella S. says:

    Body parts ‘everywhere’: Witness details fatal train-bus crash

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