Poisoned Cocktails: 19-year-old travels Perth
Bailey Chalmers, 19 mentioned on Facebook, his story of contaminated drinks in Bali.
As the saying goes, ‘Don’t drink spirits in Bali’, with Chalmers, the fact had been proven right. Bailey had a $14 drink at a reputed bar in Bali, and to his shock, he landed in a hospital after being poisoned with methanol.
According to Bailey, night after unknowingly consuming the methanol poisoned drink, he experienced the most excruciating hangover accompanied by severe body ache, blurred vision etc.
He was immediately rushed to the Bali International Hospital and after a basic examines, was flown back to Perth for further procedures. To their shock, no vision loss was a miracle that had happened. A doctor told bailey that he’s lucky to be alive.
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The southern coastal suburb of secret harbour faced a massive spring storm, resulting in disrupted commutation of traffic, blocked roads, substantial damage to property and nature.
Right before the peak hours, the weather took a threatening turn resulting in damage to roads, traffic lights, even metro routes suffered due to power outages.
Emergency forces had been appointed everywhere to help in clearing the passage. Roofs of houses had been torn off, and severe damage was caused. With the wind blowing @ 100kph, Rottnest Island and other adjoining areas were majorly affected.
The weather had been expected to clear out by night, and the blocked roads may function soon.
Jaycob Yarran, 22, accused of allegedly burning a 2-year-old with a cigarette lighter and boiling water. On being heard, Yarran blamed boiling pot of noodles to be the cause of the visible burns near the torso, limbs and feet.
Yarran is the partner or carer of the 2-year-old toddler and her 4-year-old sister. 3 days after the toddler had been taken to the hospital, suit was filed.
Her stomach was deliberately burnt with a cigarette lighter and had been tortured by dipping hands and feet into boiling water and on the contrary, the accused claims that the toddler tripped over a boiling pot of noodles.
Instead of immediately rushing to the hospital, the burnt toddler was put under the shower. The 4-year-old gave heads up to the blames by accepting she was scared f him as he used to hurt her.
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Spreading at a rapid rate, 13 people, including three babies, are suspected to be struck down with measles, a highly contagious disease.
The root cause for the sudden outbreak of the disease is yet to be confirmed. But a kiwi tourist who visited the Rockingham area last month is a prime suspect for the spreading of this disease.
Measles being a highly contagious disease, is travelling from person to person by mere air contact. The latest condition diagnosed woman was found travelling from Auckland to Perth.
The New Zealand Government is continuously under heavy criticism for not being able to take necessary actions to safeguard their people from the widely spreading disease.
Necessary precautions and safety measures now taken by the govt include measles vaccination check and provision of additional dose if it is required by the individuals travelling overseas.
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Sandgate, Brisbane: A house fire was reported in the morning around 11 am. A fire broke out in a duplex, due to which the Queensland’s Fire and Emergency Services were called.
Firefighters were able to get the blazing fire under control before the unconscious man was located inside the house.
According to the QFES Inspector Simon Evans, the man was found inside his washroom in a frozen state. As informed by the firemen, they had to fight the massive blaze, before they could reach out to the casualties.
60-year-old man was unable to revive, even after paramedics performed CPR for 30 minutes.
The fire had severely damaged the adjoining duplex, resulting in no such casualties.
The cause of the fire remains suspected and under investigation.
Tank St, Brisbane: ‘Slow Ride’ Protest rises in the city on a busy working day, resulting in a disappointed mob.
Activists came out on streets with bicycles resulting in a slow start to the day with jam-packed roads, fast cars, excess traffic and struggle.
More than a dozen activists were seen cycling along Tank St. around the Kurilpa Park.
The leading cause and motive behind the whole morning show were to bring Changing Climate to people’s notice. They even staged a die-in performance depicting the future state of the world if people keep on neglecting the changing environment.
The outcome of the protest was frustrated people, massive social media coverage; entirely against the protest and disrupted the daily working of the city.
Tony Fleming, Queensland Police’s Acting Chief Superintendent added, more disruptions are expected throughout the week.