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A teen died in a car crash - then the state billed her for the broken guardrail

The Tennessee Department of Transportation billed 17-year-old Hannah Eimers nearly $3,000 for damage to a new guardrail after her car crash because she was at fault. The only problem: Hannah died in that crash and her father is convinced that the guardrail system, the Lindsay X-Lite terminal, was at fault. He said, "It's obscene. They will kill you and then they will bill you. “

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Say cheese! Italian police caught thieves stealing $500 wheels of Parmesan

State Police in Modena, Italy, have arrested 10 people as part of their Operation Wine and Cheese, aimed at breaking up a ring of fine food thieves. Police said more than 16,000 bottles of wine worth $140,000 and 168 wheels of Parmesan worth $110,000 have been stolen since 2015.
Polizia di Stato Modena
Say cheese! Italian police caught thieves stealing $500 wheels of Parmesan 1:24

Say cheese! Italian police caught thieves stealing $500 wheels of Parmesan

Surveillance video shows woman jumping out of trunk after kidnapping 1:20

Surveillance video shows woman jumping out of trunk after kidnapping

Watch this Ford F-250 pull a stuck big rig off Oceano Dunes near Pismo Beach 0:33

Watch this Ford F-250 pull a stuck big rig off Oceano Dunes near Pismo Beach

Dr. Garen Wintemute had data preserved before it could possibly vanish 1:17

Dr. Garen Wintemute had data preserved before it could possibly vanish