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Around the web 6-11

Did you hear the story about the man who got “nailed” in the head by a friend. George Chandler says he didn’t know the 2 1/2 inch nail was embedded in his skull. It didn’t really hurt he says.

An Orange County judge is considering whether to make public autopsy reports of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student body president Eve Carson.

Doctors and family of a hit-and-run victim struck by a car say he’ll never breathe on his own again without the help of a respirator. A widely viewed video taken from a traffic camera shows the Connecticut man getting hit and onlookers ignoring the injured man.

A young woman born and raised in the cellar where her mother allegedly was kept captive as a sex slave for 24 years has emerged from an induced coma and asked for a boat ride and to see a concert.

One month after the magnitude-7.9 quake centered in Sichuan province most of the survivors remain in hundreds of tent communities as the displaced try to regain normalcy.

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