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Trench Collapse Traps Two Workers in Construction Accident, Kills One

Not all construction accidents occur at the sites of large building projects. Each and every year construction workers are injured and killed at worksites located at residential and other locations. In late December 2020, a trench collapse trapped to men working at a construction site located in front of a private residence in Rapid City, South Dakota. Rapid City Fire Department personnel were dispatched to the accident scene, arriving shortly after what proved to be a deadly trench collapse. Specific…

Wesleyan University Suspends Greek Organization for Fraternity Hazing Associated with Coronavirus Rule Violations

Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, has suspended one of the school’s fraternities for hazing violations as of Wednesday, December 23, 2010. The suspension evidently is effective immediately, although university administration is being rather tight-lipped about the specifics surrounding the fraternity hazing incident or incidents. A spokesperson for Wesleyan University would only confirm the suspension because of fraternity hazing that somehow involved a violation of the school’s coronavirus rules for members of the student body. When questioned about the suspension, the…

Iconic Denver Catholic Priest Father Woody Named in Latest Colorado Attorney General Child Sexual Abuse Report

Rev. Charles Woodrich of the Archdiocese of Denver has been outed as a serial sexual abuser. Better known in Denver as Father Woody, Woodrich was a revered priest in the Catholic community and an iconic figure in the broader Denver community. Over the course of several decades, Woodrich bettered the lives of the less fortunate, beginning in a powerful partnership with the Grande Dame of the city and publisher of the Denver Post, Helen Bonfils. Father Woody became known by…

Gruesome, Degrading, Dangerous Hazing Rituals Result in Four-Year Suspension of University of Iowa Acacia Fraternity

The University of Iowa announced the suspension of the Acacia Fraternity through December 2024. The suspension arose from what UI administrators concluded was “high-risk hazing practices and multiple violations of conduct policies.” The misconduct was identified both during the IC Acacia Fraternity rushes and initiations in the fall of 2019 and the spring of 2020. Founded in 1904 at the University of Michigan, up until the suspension of the UI chapter, Acacia had 28 active chapters across the United States…

Baltimore Gas and Electric Building Explosion Rips Through Roof of Downtown Building

A large-scale explosion at the Baltimore Gas and Electric Building in downtown Baltimore ripped through the top floors of the structure, blasting through the roof. A partial collapse of the roof occurred as well as damage to the top floors of the building. The Baltimore Gas and Electric Building explosion has resulted in at least 21 casualties. All 21 injured individuals were rushed to area hospitals shortly after the explosion. The explosion occurred at the power company administrative headquarters on…

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