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A tech savvy 2-year-old in Arizona helped save his mother's life after a dog nearly bit her finger off.
"I begged my daughters to call 911 and they're four so they were quite afraid to touch my phone because it was covered in my own blood." (Via ABC)
Laura Toone was loosing blood fast, and just as she thought she was going to pass out...
"Here comes my son from the kitchen bringing me our dish towel and he came over, wiped off the blood himself and proceeded to call my friend on FaceTime." (Via KGUN)
Now, little Bentley is no stranger to FaceTime prank calls to his mom's friends, and he does it so often his calls often go ignored. (Via Buzzfeed)
But this time Connie Guerrero picked up.
She said at first she could just see Bentley, but then she heard screams in the background and called for help. (Via KGUN)
Little Bentley even unlocked the door when firefighters arrived.Tue, 11 Mar 2014 08:26:48 -0400
(AP) A man convicted of killing a York County woman in 1981 is again asking for DNA testing that he says might point to the real killer.
The Herald of Rock Hill reported that 67-year-old William Hullett was in court in York on Monday seeking to clear his name.
Sixty-nine-year-old Bessie Kate Alexander was killed in 1981 at her home outside Smyrna.
Hullett has been in prison since his 1982 conviction.
His lawyers from the Wisconsin Innocence Project suggest that similarities between the deaths of Alexander and two other elderly women who were killed in 1981 in western York County suggests the same person committed all the crimes.
Prosecutors say Hullett confessed both to police and his first lawyers in 1982 before pursuing an insanity defense.
(AP) More than 17,000 North Carolina customers are still without electricity after last week's winter storm.
Duke Energy reported Tuesday that the biggest problems continued to be in Guilford and Alamance counties.
Duke says nearly 7,000 customers are without service in Guilford County. Nearly 7,000 more customers are without service in Alamance County.
The utility expects to have service restored by Wednesday night.
Hundreds of thousands of customers lost service during the storm that coated much of the state in ice.