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  • A viral social media prank asking iPhone users to say the number 108 to Siri is causing uproar within police departments across the nation. >> Read more trending news According to BBC News, 108 is India’s three-digit code for 911. When users participate in the viral craze, Siri connects them to emergency services in their area within five seconds, ultimately wasting resources and tying up phone lines for other serious emergencies. The craze began circulating on Twitter over the weekend. “This prank is problematic because it uses resources that are vital for others trying to receive help in real emergency situations,” officials from the Marshall Police Department in Wisconsin wrote on Facebook. Not only is it harmful, but placing prank 911 calls can also be considered a crime, they wrote. An Arkansas police department also warned users to steer clear of the prank, stating the shortcut is designed specifically as a panic code for those in real emergencies.
  • Five people died and at least 40 others were injured Wednesday after a man rammed into several pedestrians on London’s Westminster Bridge before attacking a police officer stationed outside the British Parliament, police said. >> Read more trending news Mark Rowley, national head of counter-terrorism and policing for London metropolitan police and acting deputy commissioner, said the attacker and a police officer who he stabbed were among those killed. The Islamic State group claimed through its Aamaq news agency on Thursday that the attacker, who  was identified by police as British-born man Khalid Masood, was “an Islamic State soldier,” according to multiple reports. Police were called at 2:40 p.m. GMT to respond to reports of a “firearms incident” at the bridge, just down the street from Parliament’s home at the Palace of Westminster, London metropolitan police said. Here’s what we know so far:
  • An Alabama woman and her 8-year-old daughter were killed Tuesday in two separate car accidents less than an hour apart.  Both were killed close to their home, according to DeKalb County Coroner Tom Wilson. >> Read more trending news  Julia Yates Patterson, 39, was driving on Alabama 117 when she collided head-on with another SUV. The driver and passenger in the second vehicle were taken to a local hospital, AL.com reported.  Patterson was pronounced dead at the scene. It was not immediately clear what caused the crash.  About 30 minutes after the crash, Patterson’s daughter, Elizabeth “Libby” Patterson, was struck and killed by a car while she was trying to cross the same highway, according to AL.com. She was also pronounced dead at the scene. According to the Times Free Press, Libby had gotten off the school bus minutes before she was hit. A family member said the child had recently celebrated a birthday. The driver in the second incident was not injured, the New York Daily News reported. Valley Head police Officer Ron Ogletree said the driver appeared to do all he could to avoid hitting Libby. “It’s just a tragic, tragic thing for something like that to happen,” Valley Head Mayor Lamar Bray said Wednesday. “In a little town of 500 or 600 people, everybody knows everybody or (is) related to everybody. We just request prayers for the family, and we’ll all come together as a community.” Officials are investigating both incidents. >> Related: 97-year-old twin sisters die after falling separately near home A fundraising account set up by coworkers of Kevin Patterson, Libby’s father, asks for donations.  “On Tuesday, Kevin Patterson’s daughter and her mother were involved in two separate accidents that claimed the lives of each,” the page says. “Please consider donating to the fund for Kevin during this tragic time. I’m sure that there will be a lot of expenses incurred, and the last thing we want is for him to have to worry about that. We want him to have plenty of time to grieve and take the time he needs away from work to heal.”
  • One person is in police custody following a shooting early Friday outside SUITE Club near the St. Johns Town Center.  One person was shot and rushed to the hospital to be treated for injuries. It’s unclear at this early hour how many times the victim was shot.  According to JSO, a fight started just after 2am Friday in the parking lot following an 18 and over party.  Off-duty police officers in the area were able to make a quick arrest.  Detectives were speaking with witnesses in the hours after the shooting.   Through the day we’ll be working to update the condition of the shooting victim, and the charges the suspect will be facing.
  • Scientists at the University of California may have just made the next breakthrough in the battle against cancer. A test called CancerLocator works by looking for DNA released from tumors and circulates in the blood, The Telegraph reported. >> Read more trending news And the test doesn’t just find cancer, it can also tell doctors where the cancer is located. That’s because tumors have a “footprint” depending on where they’re located and computers running the CancerLocator test can zero in on it. But don’t ask doctors for the test just yet, it’s still in the testing phase, with the developers telling The Telegraph that it “requires further validation.” The study was published in the journal Genome Biology.

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