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Ebru loses her bikini top while running into the ocean | Daily Mail Online
A year-old is currently recovering from boating accident that caused her leg to be amputated and resulted in the death of her father. In the morning hours over the weekend, two personal watercraft collided into one another on Lake Wedowee close to the city of Wedowee, per state troopers. The father of the girl, aged 53, was driving one boat and his year-old daughter was operating the other. The two personal watercraft collision resulted in the death of the father and caused the girl to sustain serious injuries to her right leg, which had to be amputated due to the impact of the crash. The girl was airlifted to an area hospital in Georgia for treatment.
Chilean reporter's bikini pulled down by wave on TV in notoriously nippy ocean
On December 31 of every year, many people troop to religious and prayer houses where they thank God for the ending year and supplicate for better tidings — good health, long life, prosperity and other favours in the new year. Many people outline a litany of lofty goals they want to actualise in the coming year. They top it up with exchange of goodwill wishes and messages with friends and family. No matter how old, instant death is furtherest on the minds of most people.
Tropical islands have an important ally when it comes to battling storms and sea-level rise: seagrass. During hurricane Irma, an extremely powerful Category 5 storm that hit the North Caribbean in , NIOZ scientist Rebecca James witnessed how native seagrass meadows along the coast of Sint Maarten held their ground, reduced coastal erosion and lowered the chances of flooding. In the years of research during her PhD, she saw the pressures on this natural storm protection increasing. In her dissertation, The future of seagrass ecosystem services in a changing world, James warns that further loss of these green meadows will leave tropical islands vulnerable and will exacerbate the negative effects of climate change.