Jackie Griffin died in the crash in Dublin, Ireland, yesterday - and friends have hit out after pictures from the scene were shared on social media. A woman died after she was decapitated in a horror road crash - and police have pleaded with people not share gruesome images from the scene. Police in Ireland have issued a warning over horrific photos from the scene being circulated on Snapchat and Whatsapp.
Woman decapitated in M50 horror crash as people urged not to share gruesome images
Ms Griffin sustained catastrophic head and body injuries in the collision in the capital, the Irish Mirror reports. The incident involving three vehicles happened at Junction Five, near Finglas, at around Heartfelt tributes have been paid to Ms Griffin, as one friend lashed out at a "lowlife" who shared the insensitive pictures. Gaelic football star Philly McMahon also slammed as a "disgrace" the photos circulating online of the incident.
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It was shot by a traumatised couple as they drove past the scene where the stricken jet was shot down, killing all people on board.
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Body parts of some of those who perished in the tragedy are spotted and the car the couple are travelling in performs a U-turn after the disturbing scene appears to overwhelm them. The woman can be heard saying "What is this all at all?
There are other remains over there. So many people. Oh my God, there is a lot more people". Around them the burning remains of the plane are visible, with a thick black plume of smoke rising into the sky. The latest reminder of the tragedy came as pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine have offered to assist families of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 victims to visit the crash site.
Many relatives have resisted travelling to the region which is legally part of Ukraine but under the control of pro-Moscow rebels who the West blames for downing the plane.
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An investigation by the Dutch Safety Board is ongoing, with the final report due in October. Relatives of those who died marked the one year anniversary of the tragedy on Friday. Memorial ceremonies in the Netherlands, Ukraine and Australia took place amid a dispute over who was responsible for downing the plane, which was heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.
A preliminary report by crash experts said the airline was partly to blame for continuing to fly over a dangerous conflict zone - although it also points the finger of blame at pro-Russian rebels. Ukrainian and Western authorities say the jet was downed, most likely by mistake, by a missile fired by separatists or Russian troops.
Several weeks before MH17 was shot down, separatist rebels had bragged about acquiring a missile system and had downed several Ukrainian military aircraft in eastern Ukraine, killing 49 people in one incident. The rebels and Moscow say the separatists had no such missile systems at their disposal and that the plane was hit by a Ukrainian warplane or a Ukrainian-fired missile.
So many people Witness. The militants backed by Moscow deny any responsibility.Horrifying pictures of investigators picking through the Kobe Bryant helicopter wreckage highlight the full extent of the deadly impact of the crash. Only a small section of the Sikorsky S chopper appears intact, while fire scorched debris and mounds of ash are seen strewn in and around a crater in the California hillside where it came down on Sunday morning.
There are also tires and mechanisms in and around the centralized wreckage, with pieces of the helicopter said to have spread as far as the length of a football pitch. National Transportation Safety Board investigators, wearing surgical masks as they inspect the wreckage are seen close up while footage from an overhead drone puts the crash site into perspective.
An investigator is seen leaning over into the mounds of wreckage and she is then seen inspecting a piece on the perimeter of the site. In addition to Bryant and his year-old daughter, Gianna, three other families linked to the Mamba Sports Academy perished on their way to a girls' basketball tournament: husband and wife John and Keri Altobelli with their year-old daughter Alyssa; Sarah Chester and her year-old daughter Payton; and basketball coach and mum Christina Mauser.
The ninth victim was the pilot, Ara Zobayan, an experienced former flight instructor who was instrument-rated, or qualified to fly in fog, according to multiple media accounts. Los Angeles County coroner's investigators, working alongside aviation NTSB inspectors, with coroners confirming on Monday all the bodies have been recovered.
The remains were "removed from the crash site and transported to the department's forensic science centre" for examination and identification, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said in a statement. Additionally, body examinations are in progress. Bryant's body has been formally identified today, after investigators used fingerprints to identify the year-old, along with two other men and a woman, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner said in a statement.
It is believed that investigators are currently focusing on the weather conditions, trying to establish whether the foggy conditions were the cause behind the tragic incident, or whether they may have been a mechanical fault with the aircraft. The chopper is said to have caught fire after going down, as emergency services battled in vain to save those on board. Audio between the pilot and air traffic controllers reveals he was given permission to fly under special visual flight rules or SVFR, despite the treacherous fog.
But he was forced to circle for a quarter of an hour while the air space was cleared by controllers. Horrifying: Photos of Kobe helicopter wreckage released, all bodies recovered International News Kobe Bryant with his daughter Gianna who was also killed in the tragic crash.
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Boeing MAX 8 planes grounded around the world after an Ethiopian Airlines flight crash killed all passengers. Ethiopian Airlines plane crash victim Joanna Toole. Picture: Facebook Source:Facebook. A British woman whose dad feared her flying is one of the first victims identified from the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that claimed the lives of passengers and crew from 35 countries.
Joanna Toole, 36, originally from Devon, UK, died when the brand-new Boeing Max 8 went down just minutes after takeoff from Bole International Airport in Ethiopia, killing all people on board. Joanna Toole was killed in the crash. The year-old worked for the United Nations.
Up until now she had been lucky. There were people, including eight crew, on board the flight. Ms Toole travelled a lot for work. Ms Toole is the first of the British victims to be identified. A British man has spoken about the final hours he spent with his dad, British and Kenyan dual citizen Joseph Waithaka, 55, who was also killed. We usually spend a bit more time saying goodbye, but yesterday it kind of just felt routine. Irish UN worker Michael Ryan was also killed.
Picture: Facebook Source:Supplied. German national Anne-Katrin Feigl, who worked with the UN migration agency, has also been confirmed as a victim.
As more heartbreaking stories from the crash emerge, Slovakian MP Anton Hrnko said his family had died in the crash. An Ethiopian Airlines flight has tragically gone down with all people killed only 6 minutes into a trip to Nairobi.
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Harlequin ichthyosis is a very rare genetic disorder of the skin in which babies are born looking like this, with very hard, thick skin covering most of their bodies. I have never seen this in person at autopsy, but I have had a case once where a family had a baby with this and the baby died.
The mom got pregnant again and then she had testing done while pregnant and found out the baby had this again and decided to terminate the pregnancy. The skin forms large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep cracks fissures. These skin abnormalities affect the shape of the eyelids, nose, mouth, and ears, and limit movement of the arms and legs. Restricted movement of the chest can lead to breathing difficulties and respiratory failure.
This condition is inherited and parents of an individual each carry one copy of the mutated gene, but they typically do not have Harlequin ichthyosis. All of the children born to this couple do not have to have the condition, it is really a roll of the dice. The skin normally forms a protective barrier between the body and its surrounding environment. The skin abnormalities associated with harlequin ichthyosis disrupt this barrier, making it more difficult for affected infants to control water loss, regulate their body temperature, and fight infections.
Infants with harlequin ichthyosis often experience an excessive loss of fluids dehydration and develop life-threatening infections in the first few weeks of life. It used to be very rare for affected infants to survive the newborn period.What happens when an aircraft crashes...
However, with intensive medical support and improved treatment, people with this disorder now have a better chance of living into childhood and adolescence. The disease can be diagnosed in the uterus by ultrasound and fetal skin biopsy or by morphologic analysis of amniotic fluid cells obtained by amniocentesis. This patient's landlord called police when they smelled what they thought was a "dead body" coming from the apartment. There was no dead body.
This person is very much alive and has one of the most common complications associated with diabetes, gangrene. Gangrene occurs when the arteries in the legs become too damages to deliver oxygenated blood to the toes and the leg. When oxygen can't get there the leg begins to die.
And dead tissue stinks the same as a dead body, nasty. This patient eventually got a leg amputation and is as good as new. Diabetes is no joke.
Excess skin removed from a morbid obese patient post weight loss surgery. Often times, plastic surgery like this is one of the final steps in their journey of weight loss. Carrying around extra skin like this can be bulky, heavy and lead to skin infections. Furthermore- the presence of all of this skin can make the patient feel frustrated with their weight loss progress.
We receive these weight loss skin excisions in pathology often. Our job in pathology is to weigh, measure and examine it. I have receive one as large as 76 pounds in my career. It was so big I actually had to bring it into the morgue to weigh and cut it because our surgical lab was not equip to handle the size of it. Most of the time the skin is normal and can have stretch marks.A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying passengers crashed in eastern Ukraine on Thursday while traveling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.
An adviser to Ukraine's Interior Minister wrote on Facebook that the plane was shot down, the Associated Press reports. A group that's part of the Ukranian resistance movement posted a video that allegedly shows the site of the crash.
See below for images of the wreckage. A man wearing military fatigues stands next to the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner on July 17,after it crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held eastern Ukraine. A picture taken on July 17,shows the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner after it crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
A firefighter stands as flames burst amid the wreckage, near the town of Shaktarsk, on July 17, A man lights a candle in front of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kiev on July 17,to commemorate passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH A man wearing military fatigues stands next to the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner after it crashed on July 17,near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
A man wearing military fatigues points to the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner after it crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held eastern Ukraine. The wreckage of the Malaysian airliner carrying people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur after it crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held east Ukraine on July 17, A picture taken on July 17,shows bodies among the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner after it crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
In this image taken from video, Thursday July 17,showing debris at the crash site after a passenger plane carrying people was shot down Thursday as it flew over Ukraine, near the village of Hrabove, in eastern Ukraine. The wreckage of the Malaysian airplane that crashed near the town of Shaktarsk in rebel-held east Ukraine. Luggage is seen on the site of the crash of the Malaysian airliner carrying people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, near the town of Shaktarsk, in rebel-held east Ukraine.
This image taken from video, Thursday July 17,shows a guidebook found in the wreckage of the downed Malaysia Airlines plane. This image taken from video, Thursday July 17,shows a suitcase found in the wreckage of Flight MH In this image taken from video, Thursday July 17,showing part of the wreckage of a passenger plane carrying people was shot down Thursday.
A firefighter sprays water to extinguish a fire in the wreckage of the Malaysian airliner carrying people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur after it crashed, near the town of Shaktarsk, in rebel-held east Ukraine. Firefighters work to extinguish a fire in the wreckage of the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.Human carnage is inevitable in wars and plane crashes.
But just how eager are we to observe it up close? The age-old dilemma for photojournalists and editors resurfaced this week with all its layered issues in reactions to gruesome photos from the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 wreckage in Ukraine and a bombing at a Gaza city beach. Not-for-the-squeamish photos from the scene by major news agencies, including The Associated Press, Reuters and the Agence France-Presse, were widely circulated to their customers and readily available online.
The tough decision was which ones to display. Every news organization "has a standard. But it's more of a cultural norm rather than straight journalistic protocol," says Nina Berman, a photography professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
You want it to be storytelling. It should provide some evidentiary purpose.
Editorial decisions made in newsrooms to document an important event, vs. The two tragedies this week — and how some news organizations chose to cover them — are a reminder of this delicate dance. The New York Times ran a photo by staffer Tyler Hicks of a Palestinian man carrying the dead body of a boy while another dead boy lay on the beach on the front page Thursday, but chose not to run images of mangled bodies and human limbs from the wreckage in Ukraine.
Other news organizations ran similar photos from Gaza but similarly refrained from showcasing gruesome photos from the plane crash site.
Several news organizations, including The Huffington Post and Business Insiderran photos showing corpses strewn in the flight wreckage. You may not need a confirmation. In a military attack in Gaza, it's not certain that there would be a dead body. The photo is a reporting of fact.
In a statement, Whitney Snyder, executive news editor of The Huffington Postsaid the photos were posted with a warning statement about the graphic nature and after considering respect for the victims and "the public's right to understand what has happened.
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And in the case of an international tragedy, we have a responsibility not to shy away from the real human toll," Snyder said. Photographers in war zones and crash sites are hardly a shy lot, and some of their finest and bravest works have won Pulitzer Prizes and swayed public policy. While American readers — particularly of small newspapers — can be sensitive to graphic photos, news organizations must carry on their responsibility to avoid "sugar-coating," Berman says.
With each story, you have to ask, 'Does this story really advance in a deeper way by the photo? His photo — along with another Pulitzer-winning picture by AP photographer Nick Ut that depicted a naked girl fleeing from a napalm attack — helped fan public opinion against the Vietnam War.