The window washer who fell 11 stories onto a car in San Francisco’s Financial District is still in critical condition, but he is improving.
Ski resorts have to be clicking their skis together in joy thanks to this latest round of storms.
Window Washer Endures Surgeries, Remains In Critical Condition After 11-Story Fall From San Francisco Building
The family of a man who survived an 11-story fall in San Francisco’s Financial District last week wants to remain anonymous, but released a statement that he’s recovering from surgery and thanked those who helped him.
BART’s new service to Oakland International Airport may be quicker than AirBART, but only if you know what to expect ahead of time.
A window washer survived an 11-story fall from the roof of a building in San Francisco’s Financial District Friday. Witnesses, including the driver of the car he landed on, were astonished to find the victim landed on the ground, injured, but still alive.
A window washer who survived an 11-story fall from a building in San Francisco’s Financial District Friday morning worked for an East Bay window washing company that had not received a citation in years.
Window Washer Survives 11-Story Fall In San Francisco’s Financial District, Passing Car Cushions Fall
A man was critically injured after falling from a building and landing onto a passing car in San Francisco’s financial district Friday morning, police said.
Rescuers fought darkness and heavy fog to pull Johnson up and eventually transport him to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, where he was treaded for broken limbs and head injuries.
Eye On The Beer: Anchor Brewing BigLeaf Maple– Big Flavors, No Syrupy Cloying Sweetness To Ruin A Great Flavor Pairing
Fall and beer are perfect pairs, and while I love pumpkin beers, and coffee beers, and spiced beers, Anchor Steam’s BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red was my first time sampling a maple beer. It’s a brilliantly crafted pairing of opposite flavors — an oxymoronic concoction of alcoholic excellence.
This year Daylight Saving Time ends on November 2nd at 2:00 am and the clocks will turn back one hour, but some researchers say falling forward would lower children’s obesity rate.