Contractors, Hardware Stores Busy After Floods – Wpmi Local 15 News – Top Stories

Man holds up Sunnynook bank with nail gun – Aucklander – The Aucklander News

The man is seen in this CCTV footage holding up the Kiwibank in Sunnynook with a nail gun. Photo: Supplied

The sound of a nail gun has become all too familiar inside this Daphne home. “From there to here its about a nine foot drop and it flooded completely throughout the house. About three and a half in the front but it was one complete it was like a pond,” said Charles White, a contractor who like so many others has been busy ever since the record flooding hit our area. White and his team are now working on his mother-in-law’s flooded home.
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Colorado CEO commits suicide with a nail gun as company comes under investigation – NY Daily News

Richard M. Talley, founder and CEO of American Title Services, was found dead in his Colorado home Tuesday with self-inflicted wounds from a nail gun. Talley is seen here with his wife, Cheryl.

Talleys company, American Title Services, was under investigation by the Colorado Division of Insurance. Its unclear what investigators sought from the company, which Talley founded in 2001. Talley served as CEO for the title company, which has nine officers, including its headquarters in Centennial. Tally is survived by Cheryl, his wife of 25 years, and two children, Jill and Patrick. I would like to thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, meals and outpouring of love that Jill, Patrick and I have received, Cheryl wrote on Facebook on Thursday.
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2 Hurt in Montgomery Nail Gun Incident | NBC Chicago

2 Hurt in Montgomery Nail Gun Incident

Police Chief Daniel Meyers said that around 3 p.m., two homeless men started a bonfire in a field near Douglas and Montgomery Roads. The men began to throw nail gun chargers into the fire, which caused the chargers to eventually explode, Meyers said. Both men were struck during the explosions, and waited at least three hours before walking to the Family Dollar, on the 1300 block of Douglas Road, to call 911 for help. One man was taken to an area hospital after being injured in the chest. The other man was less severely injured when his hand was grazed during the incident. News breaks at inconvenient times.
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No-one was injured. A staff member chased the offender and flagged down a passing motorist, who was driving on nearby Cockayne Avenue. The man and the good samaritan attempted to follow the offender as he ran away.
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