Doin’ it for the Gram, but then burdening people for the rest of their lives with this memory, smh
An Israeli teenager who fell to his death last year at an iconic waterfall in California’s Yosemite National Park was trying to mimic a popular social media photograph when he fell, authorities said.
Park officials said Tomer Frankfurter of Jerusalem, 18, was near the top of Nevada Fall when he fell nearly 600 feet (183 meters) on Sept. 4 but offered few other details.
Three people rushed to help and held him by his arms and hands but he started sweating and slipped from their grip, falling to his death.
“Myself and the other two people just stood there shocked as he rolled down the cliff,” one witness who tried to pull Frankfurter up told investigators. “We tried as hard as we could but we had to let go.”
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The Phoenix Suns have fired head coach Igor Kokoškov after just one season.
The Suns will now be looking for their 7th different coach in an 8-season span.
Kokoškov's .232 winning pct is the worst by any coach in Suns franchise history. pic.twitter.com/YStxX1Ir9x
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 23, 2019
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The Miz rocking a Peyton Hillis Browns jersey pic.twitter.com/sz91fRwPO7
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Pray for James Harden this morning pic.twitter.com/4hMysrif1x
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) April 23, 2019
And then I just saw this guy in the stands in OKC on the post game coverage. This explains everything. pic.twitter.com/sm3iWwKc88
— Greg Nibler (@GregNibler) April 22, 2019
— Marc (@MeltzVegas) April 22, 2019
He out here adding shoutouts to his final Jeopardy answers. This is the equivalent of a bat flip. 😂🤣😂Somebody gotta come over that partition and swing on him. pic.twitter.com/KNMHrLohkW
— Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) April 22, 2019
On April 21, 1955, the nine-story Riviera Hotel opened to the public as Las Vegas’ first high rise hotel. It was the 9th resort on the Strip and featured many notable entertainers throughout its history, including Liberace, Frank Sinatra and other high-profile acts. 📸: UNLV pic.twitter.com/LqI95UbJbt
— The Mob Museum (@TheMobMuseum) April 21, 2019