Many individuals throughout the nation count the days until September rolls around and their favorite professional football team opens its season. While most people watch the games on televisions, others obtain tickets to view the game in person. There they cheer their team on, hopefully to victory with others in the crowd.
It’s likely that few residents of the Bay area will soon forget the bachelorette party that ended in tragedy this past spring. A fire engulfed the overcrowded limo in which the group was travelling, leaving five of the partygoers, including the bride, dead. In the months since the incident, the incident has been under investigation. Recently the results of the investigation conducted by the California Highway Patrol were revealed.
Most people would find working with large exotic animals to be a scary proposition. As the existence of zoos and animal sanctuaries illustrate, not everyone feels that way however. Throughout the nation, including in the state of California, individuals train to work with animals such as lions and tigers through schooling and internships. While the interactions these individuals have with the animals are often uneventful, it only takes one instance of a problem occurring and it is too late. Sadly, the family one young woman working at an exotic zoo near Fresno recently learned that firsthand.