RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - If you’re reading this, it looks like you’ve survived the Facebook crash that took place yesterday!
If you’re unaware, Facebook and Instagram were both down on Wednesday, causing many people to do something rare - be productive.
But don’t worry, we have you covered! Here are five stories you may have missed while Facebook was down:
A Pennsylvania man was arrested after strangling a driver who wouldn’t stop singing Christmas carols. Clayton Lucas, 25, was arrested on March 4 for violently choking his driver after becoming enraged by the driver’s singing.
The United States’ national bird was rescued in the nation’s capital yesterday. The injured bald eagle was trapped on rail tracks, interrupting service on the Washington Metro blue and silver lines. The eagle was rescued by Metro Transit police and wildlife personnel.
The Humane Society of the United States rescued dozens of beagles after completing an undercover investigation. The investigation uncovered laboratory testing on beagles, including short-term and long-term experiments. The Humane Society investigator was undercover for approximately 100 days, their news release said.
A Florida women was arrested after approaching a hair salon with a machete. Luckily, the owner of the salon locked the door before she could get in. After being arrested, the woman pooped inside a deputy’s patrol car. The woman has been identified as 43-year old Tracy Denise George-Sirleaf, who faces two counts of assault on a person 65 or older.
A strong gust of wind sent a stadium light pole tumbling down during a high school soccer game in Arkansas. The graphic video shows the pole crushing a referee. The pole also injured a player. Luckily, both men survived the freak accident.