By Jacqui Neber
It’s midnight and your essay is due tomorrow. It’s twenty pages of detailed, meticulously worded work, and it’s all right here on your computer screen waiting to be printed. Your professor will love it. This is great.
12:01—your laptop goes blank.
By Barnabas Odeyomi
Thursday, February 16, 2006, the weather was clear and the roads were dry. The crew had left Fordyce headed to Carthage in northeast Dallas County, Texas, never to return again. According to the State Police’s accident report, James Goodman, an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Timothy Clowers, a Paramedic, were responding to a medical emergency when the 7 p.m. accident occurred. The driver of the ambulance lost control while negotiating a curve. The accident report indicated that neither of the men were wearing seat belts. The vehicle overturned several times before striking the tree, ejecting them both. Goodman was married with two children. Clowers was single.