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    A beautiful mansion in Laguna Beach was only 'one signature away' from being sold for $10million before a California wildfire 'burnt it to a crisp.'  The palatial Laguna Niguel abode was near completely burnt to the ground after a wildfire raged through the region on Wednesday afternoon.  Relator Leo Goldschwartz told the Orange County Register that the 10,000-square-foot home at at 5 Vista Court was about to be sold to new owners. The mansion was the most expensive in the neighborhood, hitting the market for just under $10million. 'You cannot duplicate that home,' he told the Register. 'The house had separate wings. The adults went one way, the kids went another way...It was like a palace. The house was a really beautiful home. The finishes were impressive.'  The $10million Laguna Niguel mansion (pictured) was only 'one signature away' from being sold when the Coastal Fire overtook the home, leaving a shell behind  Only the main structure of the home is left after the fire blazed through the ritzy neighborhood The gorgeous backyard that featured an inground pool and grassy areas before...
    AN ex-Aston Villa player has opened up on her battle with Suicide Disease after claiming she feels like she is "being burnt alive". Ellen Martin has revealed how a knee ligament injury she picked up in November has turned into a living hell. 3Former Aston Villa player Ellen Martin has bravely spoken about her battle with Suicide DiseaseCredit: BPM 3Martin has opened up how she feels as though she is being "burnt alive"Credit: BPM The 25-year-old, who last played for Sutton Coldfield Town Ladies, began to experience burning sensations in her legs, feet, hands, back, face and eyes as she recovered from surgery. MRI scans diagnosed her with a rare condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, also known as Suicide Disease due to the extreme pain which sufferers can find too hard to live with. The excruciating rare disease affects a limb, usually after trauma, injury or surgery, with it characterised by severe, chronic, high-intensity neuropathic pain. Should the condition spread, it can shut down organs, with Martin explaining how the horrific illness makes it feel as though her "body...
    A WOMAN has left people in hysterics online after reviewing a hair removal cream. The woman posted the review on a popular bargain hunting Facebook group. 2She said she almost burnt part of her never regions using the creamCredit: Getty - Contributor 2The cream does recommend doing a patch test before applying it all overCredit: Facebook/ Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group The woman wanted to try a different method of hair removal other than shaving or waxing, and so she decided to purchase hair removal cream. She said she spotted the bargain buy in Home Bargains for just 99p, and had previously seen the same product in Superdrug for £9.99. Seeing the bargain price she decided to nab it up and test the Nuthing hair removal cream. Unfortunately for her, it didn't go so well. READ MORE HAIR AND BEAUTY STORIESFLOWER POWER I wanted a sunflower nail design, people say it’s the worst nail fail everLEGSCELLENT You’ve been shaving your legs all wrong - & the right way does both in seconds She revealed: "Saw these in HB...
    A WOMAN'S dream of getting a delicate inking of a crescent moon has turned into a complete disaster. Addison McCall, from Utah in US, shared the story time on her TikTok, where it's since taken the social media giant by storm, with over 227 thousand people tuning in. 4The dainty moon inking that Addison had found on PinterestCredit: Tik Tok/ addi_mccall According to her, she had decided to get a second inking after finding that the local tattoo salon was doing a "Friday the 13th" promotion - $13 (£9.54) for any inkings the size of a quarter dollar coin. Whilst looking for inspiration online, she stumbled upon a simple crescent moon tattoo she wanted to get under her collarbone. ''That would be so cute,'' she recalled thinking. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Upon arrival, Addison was informed that it would an apprentice doing the work - but while she didn't have an issue with this, the final result was looking ''a bit rough''. After a few days, things got progressively worse, so the...
    WE’VE all been faced with pots and pans that are covered in burnt residue that just won’t come off. One expert revealed a hack to easily clean your dirty Dutch oven pot so that it looks brand new—and it’s a game changer. 4Dutch ovens often get covered in sticky burnt residue that can ruin your next recipe 4In @TestKitchen's TikTok video, a woman used a wooden spoon to scrape off the material while water boiled Posting to the verified TikTok account @TestKitchen, a woman first showed her pot completely covered in black guck—clearly the result of a burnt dish. Luckily, she knows how to get it all off.   “Fill the pot halfway with some tap water and put the pan on the stovetop uncovered.” She brought the water to a boil and let it bubble for two to three minutes before turning off the burner. “Then scrape off that residue. Scrape it with a wooden spatula or spoon.” She then poured out the water completely and placed the empty pot off to the side for a couple of minutes....
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Teachers in Baltimore City have been telling the district they feel burnt out and now, changes are now being made to help alleviate some of the pressure as the school year marches on. “We are postponing deadlines for programmatic things to start, hopefully giving an extra day the week of Thanksgiving. It’s a combination of things like wellness time being built into staff development days,” said Dr. Sonja Santelise, BCPSS CEO. READ MORE: Unemployed Workers Union Vows To Keep Fighting After Baltimore Judge Dismisses LawsuitFormer city resident, Sally Kervin, said she has sympathy for teachers everywhere after many were forced to be virtual, then sent back to the classroom with all new protocols in place. “It’s like totally flipping a switch to go from virtual to in-person. I think we’re all burned out, especially educators, so if they need extra help let’s give it to them.” “A lot of the burnout is the result of additional tasks that staff members are expected to take on,” said Diamonte Brown, President of Baltimore’s Teacher’s Union. She added many teachers...
    CREWS wrap the world’s biggest tree in blaze- resistant aluminium to protect it from wildfires. The 275ft (84m) General Sherman is the largest by volume and about 2,500 years old. 2Fire crews wrap the world's largest tree in flame-resistant aluminiumCredit: EPA 2Sequoias are adapted to fires as they release seeds into the burnt clearings for new treesCredit: Ardea London Ltd Fires tearing through the Sequoia National Park in California have got to within a mile of the Giant Forest, a grove of 2,000 giant sequoias. Forecasters expect cooler weather, low winds but little rain this weekend. The fire service’s Rebecca Paterson said: “We anticipate the fires will continue to grow, hopefully not too fast.” Sequoias are adapted to fires as they release seeds from their cones into the burnt clearings for new trees. But drought, tied to climate change, is making blazes so fierce they overwhelm the trees. Most read in The US SunFIND GABBY Store owner says she saw 'happy' Gabby and Brian after their trip to WyomingRALLY FOLDED 'Justice for J6' protest outside Capitol in...
    A PETRIFIED mum watched in horror as her 18-month old daughter suddenly crashed backwards into a gas fireplace, her skin MELTING as she endured horrendous burns. The mum, named only as Crystal, left the room for mere seconds to get the toddler's bedroom ready for a nap, leaving baby Skylah "playing quietly". 3Crystal with her daughter Skylah in happier timesCredit: Kidspot 3Skylah's horrific burnsCredit: Kidspot “When I came back a few minutes later, Skylah was jumping on the lounge next to the freestanding gas-heated fireplace and fell backwards onto it just as I screamed ‘No!’,” mum-of-two Crystal told Kidspot The "incredibly hot" fireplace was a fixture of the home she was renting and a guard that she'd installed for safety had been temporarily removed while she was re-arranging furniture, leaving the little girl in harm's way. “Her skin had stuck to it," a panicked Crystal recalled, "[and] as I pulled her off, it melted into the glass." “She was screaming hysterically as I ran her to the sink to run her under cold water.” Frantically, her partner raced home so that the...
    More On: canada Sponge-like Canadian fossils may be earliest sign of animal life Amazing tattoos look like stickers Embattled software firm GetSwift to list shares in New York after fleeing Australia Scorching heat waves may become more likely with climate change, study warns Cops at the scene of a suspicious brush fire in Quebec last week mistook a woman’s burnt body for a mannequin and placed it in a police station dumpster. Officials in the town of Sherbrooke, just north of Vermont, apologized for the embarrassing mistake Thursday and explained that police and firefighters were somehow duped by a bystander, according to the CBC. “When they arrived, witnesses declared that someone had lit a silicone mannequin on fire,” Sherbrooke Police Chief Danny McConnell reportedly said. “After discussions between the two departments, it was agreed that the mannequin would be disposed of in the container at the Sherbrooke police service, which cannot be accessed by members of the public.” Hours after authorities trashed the victim’s body, her husband filed a missing person report, according to the article. The woman’s cellphone was...
    CLEANING fans are sharing a hack to get burnt pans looking good as new and it actually works wonders. A TikTok clip claiming you can banish years of grime and scorch marks, using a few simple kitchen cupboard essentials, went viral. 9A cleaning hack has gone viral for making burnt pans look good as new 9'Four years of crap' can simply melt away It's turning pots from brown to sparkling silver and even the most cynical of people are being converted. The original poster said it removed "four years of built-up crap" from their pans. To transform your own utensils, simply sprinkle salt onto the base of the pan, before adding baking soda, washing up liquid and lightly scrubbing to make a paste. Then cover the pan with kitchen roll and pour over white vinegar, and leave for five minutes. 9A simple solution, left to soak on kitchen roll, helps the black gunk lift away When you come back to the pan, you simply lift the paper towels away and all the black gunge should come with it. But Dan...
    A GAY paramedic was doused in flammable fuel and burnt alive in an alleged homophobic attack. Normunds Kindzulis, 29, died after suffering horrific burns to 85 per cent of his body in the suspected arson at his home in Tukums, Latvia, in what has been branded a "heinous crime". 3Normunds Kindzulis died after allegedly being burnt aliveCredit: @kindzulis.normunds/Instagram 3The paramedic, 29, was allegedly the victim of a homophobic attackCredit: @kindzulis.normunds/Instagram He was rushed to a hospital in Riga following the alleged attack on April 23, but on Wednesday the European Pride Organisers Association confirmed that he had died. The EPOA wrote on Twitter: "Normunds Kindzulis, a victim of the homophobic arson attack in Latvia last week, has succumbed to his injuries. "Our deepest condolences to his partner and family, and to all our community in Latvia." Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš slammed it as a "heinous crime" that should be "thoroughly investigated", reports Euro News. Another man was reportedly injured in the blaze as he rushed to Normunds' aid, according to Pink News. Local police at first reportedly refused to...
    ELLIOTT Wright has admitted that the blaze at his beloved Costa del Sol restaurant couldn’t have happened at a worse time. The former The Only Way is Essex star, whose dad Edward died last month after a long Covid battle, spoke after visiting his restaurant to pick up paperwork. 5Elliot Wright stated that the fire couldn't have come at a worse timeCredit: Solarpix He was made to don a fireman’s jacket and helmet by firefighters for safety reasons before being allowed to go inside to collect material. Speaking as he left Oliva’s La Cala near the seafront at popular expat and holiday area La Cala de Mijas near Fuengirola, he said: “We don’t yet know why it’s been burnt down. “The awful thing is that it’s happened three weeks before we were due to start earning money after a hard two years. “But you know, it’s one of those things and I won’t be beaten. I’ve built it before and I’m going to rebuild it better.” 5The fire broke out at 5.30am this morningCredit: Solarpix 5Elliot looked heartbroken as he...
    TikTokers with COVID-19 are eating burnt oranges in hopes of regaining their taste and smell. Taylor Hoffman TikTok users are eating burnt oranges to bring back their taste and smell post-COVID. The remedy involves charring an orange over an open flame and eating the fruit hot with brown sugar. Doctors say this hack is not backed up by science, but scent training could help. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Loss of taste and smell is a common symptom of COVID-19, and for some people, these sensory problems can persist for months. Some TikTokers who have temporarily lost their sense of taste and smell to the virus have made the most of it, filming taste tests and chugging alcohol (which still burns, apparently). Others have tried to get their senses back, and one supposed fix involving a burnt orange and brown sugar has gone viral. @chelsiehill_ I’M SHOOK!! But i think this might be a temp fix ???? #fyp #covid #positive #wearamask #foryou #wheelchair ♬ Good Day - Nappy Roots
    LOSING your taste and smell is one of the most frustrating possible side effects of coronavirus - but this burnt orange Tik Tok remedy claims to be the cure. The latest trend to takeover the social media platform is a questionable home remedy, that claims to restore the senses of those experiencing the symptom. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 8Users claim the burnt orange remedy restores taste and smell for coronavirus sufferersCredit: chelsiehill_/TikTok 8The skin must be charred until it is black, before it is peeled offCredit: janice_siv/TikTok Users shared videos on Tik Tok burning an orange until the skin turns black. They then cut off the charcoaled peel and mash up the orange pulp with brown sugar - making for a super sweet and citrusy concoction. Eating the unusual DIY remedy while still warm is said to bring back the sense of taste and smell for sufferers. Despite the excitement, experts said there is no scientific evidence that eating a burnt orange can cure the loss of taste and smell....
    AS Claire Throssell held her dying son Jack in her arms, tears pouring into his fair hair, she whispered 'I love you' and promised him his voice would be heard. She had already been forced to say goodbye to his nine-year-old brother, Paul, hours after both suffered horrific injuries in a house fire started by her estranged husband, as a bitter act of revenge. 10Claire Throssell with her sons Paul, left, and Jack In October 2014, Darren Sykes lured the boys up to the attic of his Yorkshire home, with the promise of a train set, before trapping them in, dousing the house in petrol and setting 16 fires throughout. Brave Jack tried to save his little brother by dragging him across the loft, before falling through the hatch and into the flames, which also killed Sykes. The two boys had been forced to spend time with their abusive dad by a court order - even after Claire warned he was capable of killing. Their tragic story is one of three that features in a new documentary Family Man, which...
    WE know we should clean our baking trays after every use - but let's be honest, half the time we just leave it covered in tin foil and chuck it back in the oven. Needless to say, over time this makes them VERY hard to clean - but one woman's cheap hack might be about to come to our rescue. 5Katie's baking tray was filthy at the start of the videoCredit: @cleaningobsessed_/TikTok Posting on her TikTok account "Cleaning Obsessed", Katie Grace used Elbow Grease spray to remove layers of cooked-on food debris. She captioned the clip: "I burnt my tray and Elbow Grease saved it. I can't believe how easy it was!" In the video, Katie starts by spraying a generous amount of the 89p product over the tray - concentrating on the most burnt areas. After leaving it to soak for a moment, the social media star - who boasts over 130k followers - used a £2.50 Scrub Daddy sponge to dislodge the burnt food. 5She used a generous amount of Elbow Grease spray on the trayCredit: @cleaningobsessed_/TikTok 5She...
    HOLDING cherished pictures of her brother in her hand, Amandip Singh struggles to recall a single memory of their decades together. Talented TV executive Gagandip Singh was brutally murdered in 2011 after being lured to his death in a honeytrap plot by 19-year-old medical student Mundhill Mahil. 15Gagandip Singh was murdered in 2011 after being lured to a friend's flat 15Amandip, seen in the documentary with mum Tajinder, pores over the photos of the brother she struggles to remember After being summoned to her flat in Brighton, the 21-year-old - already a millionaire after setting up his own TV company - was set upon by two men, and beaten unconscious with a camera tripod. He was then tied up and thrown in the boot of a car which was later set alight - leaving him to be burnt alive inside. Horrifically, one of Gagandip’s killers, Harinder Shoker, had been a close friend and had even been given a job by the man he would go on to kill. But both men were infatuated with Mahil - who set up the...
    A THREE-year-old girl in Australia has died after she swallowed a battery that burnt through her throat and into her heart. Brittney Conway died on July 28 after she was brought to Queensland Children’s Hospital three weeks ingesting the tiny device. 3The three-year-old died three weeks after ingesting the small batteryCredit: Facebook 3Brittney's mum Lorraine was told by doctors that the little girl had food poisoningCredit: Facebook The little girl’s parents Lorraine and David were initially told that her symptoms were a result of food poisoning before the battery was discovered. Her parents first became concerned when Brittney started showing symptoms on July 6, telling her mum that she didn’t feel well. Speaking to ABC News, Ms Conway said: “'I first noticed when she came to me and said, 'Mummy, my throat is sore', and then she vomited. “I had just given her a lollipop and I thought she had eaten too big of a chunk and swallowed it”. However, the family’s local GP suggested that the little girls vomiting was a result of food poisoning. But Brittney’s health continued...
    A MOM of three is still recovering in the hospital after hand sanitizer she had been using caught fire as she was lighting a candle in her home. Kate Wise had severe burns all over her body from the accident. 5 Kate Wise sustained severe burns to her face and body from exploding hand sanitizerCredit: Facebook/Norvelle Kathryn Bonesteel The Texas mom told KHOU11 she was using the hand sanitizer to protect herself and her daughters from the Coronavirus pandemic. She talked to the news outlet via video chat from her ICU bed, showing off her gruesome injuries. She said people need to realize how dangerous the flammable substance can be, even in the most innocent of circumstances. 5 The mother-of-three is expected to recover from her injuriesCredit: Facebook/Norvelle Kathryn Bonesteel 5 The fire spread to her clothes and burned her chest and lower bodyCredit: Facebook/Norvelle Kathryn Bonesteel “It can be something as small as lighting a candle,” she said "Everywhere I had hand sanitizer on my hand, it just lit my hand with fire.” “It’s something that you never want...
    A WOMAN has revealed how friends asked if she'd been burnt because of a skin condition which left her self-esteem at rock bottom. Victoria Murray, from Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, has lived with painful rosacea covering her face for most of her life - as well as keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) on her arms and legs. 5Victoria Murray, from Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, has lived with painful rosacea covering her face for most of her lifeCredit: Supplied Rosacea left the 30-year-old with bumps and pus-filled spots, similar to acne, turning her face a crimson red which made her look like she had permanent sunburn or, as some suggested, had drunk a lot of alcohol. Victoria's arms and legs were dry, patchy and spotty. And any attempt to fake tan only made things worse, as it would cling to the spots and leave a combination of dry, white patches and dark ones. Rosacea cast a dark shadow over Victoria’s life. Some of her earliest memories involve her school photos, where she would stand awkwardly with bright red cheeks, wishing the ground would swallow...
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