In Texas, 21-year-old student Chance Bothe had a close brush with death after he got in a text argument with a friend while driving, which caused him to drive off a bridge.
“I need to quit texting, because I could die in a car accident,” he texted to the friend before driving off a bridge and crashing into a ravine.
He luckily survived the accident, but has been in rehab for the past six months, only now being able to talk about the accident. He warns others, “Don’t do it. It’s not worth losing your life.”
In New York, a family had to sue a hospital because they rejected one of the family member’s corpses after donating it to the medical school. The hospital rejected it because it was “too big,” but the family couldn’t afford to take the body back.