Boy falls into well, finds his missing dog!
A story that started out scary ended on a happy note when a four year
old boy fell into a well in Mississippi. Gabe Allbritton survived when
he fell into a 20 ft. (six metres) deep well in his grandmother's garden
after he went to rescue his dog, Odie, who went missing about three days
Gabe who heard the dog barking went to investigate, and fell into the
deep hole himself. Even the family did not know that the well was in the
garden as the surface had been covered with weeds. Rescuers were called
and Gabe and Odie were safely pulled out of the well. The boy was in the
well for around four hours before he could be pulled up.
Gabe suffered only a few bumps and bruises and is now back home after
a check-up at the hospital. They say everything happens for a reason and
perhaps Gabe's fall was to find his beloved dog! They have now been
World's largest feet
A man in Maracay, Venezuela has broken the record for the world's
largest feet in the latest addition of the Guinness Book of World
Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez has a right foot measuring 3.79
inches (9.62 cm) and his left foot measures 3.59 inches (9.12 cm).
The newest edition of the Guinness World Records book was released on
September 9, 2015 and Jeison is one of the record holders to be
Pennetta retires as champ
After winning her first Grand Slam title at the US Open, Italy's
Flavia, Pennetta said that she's retiring from tennis. The shock
announcement took everyone by surprise.
Pennetta beat fellow Italian and childhood friend Roberta Vinci 7-6
6-2 to win her maiden grand slam singles title. She is the first Italian
winner at the US Open. At 33 Pennetta is happy to leave professional
tennis with a major trophy and a $5.3 million cheque.
Pennetta did well to reach the final. She had to overcome Czech fifth
seed Petra Kvitova in the quarter-final and Romanian second seed Simona
Halep in the semi-final.