October 26, 2008

Akansas News Anchor Dies Days after Being Brutally Beaten

A 26-year-old Arkansas news anchor died Saturday from her injuries sustained from a beating just days earlier.
Anne Presley worked as a morning Anchor for KATV in Little Rock. She was found brutally beaten in her home Monday morning, according to CNN.
She died at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center from injuries that were mostly around the face, head and neck, according to Arkansas AP.
The police have no suspects and KATV established a $30,000 reward for anyone with information on Presley's attacker.
The police believe it may have been a buglary because Presley's purse was missing, but her family believes their was a more personal motive because of the severity of her injuries.
In the days leaading up to her death she was in intensive care and unable to communicate because of the injuries, according to CNN.

September 22, 2008

Helicopter Crash Kills Two People in Wisconsin Home

A helicopter crashed into a Wisconsin home and killed two people early Sunday morning. There were five others that made it out of the house uninjured.
The two people that died were a man and woman that were in the aircraft, according to WISN News.
Around 5:30 a.m. the helicopter crashed into the roof of a home in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
"We don't know why or if it had clearance to be up at the time," Kenosha police Lt. Ron Bartholomew said to WISN News.
Fog was reported at that time, according to a Fox News source. The cause of the crash is still unknown.