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Man Falls Off Tarcoles Bridge And Eaten By Crocodiles

Man Falls Off Tarcoles Bridge And Eaten By Crocodiles

The Tarcoles River near Jaco has become world famous for tourist who come to Costa Rica for a glimpse at her “wild side”. Beneath this bridge on any given day are a dozen or more crocodiles. Some of these are monstrous and exceed 14 feet in length. Today tourists got more than they bargained for

Man Dies From Severe Burns in Attack

Friday night a man died of burns all over his body after apparently becoming a victim of an attempted assault in Guápiles. The incident occurred in the community of Pococí where there were a few cyclists who reported on a vehicle that caught fire at the edge of the street. Eduardo Jimenez of the Guápiles…

Man Wounded While Defending Woman

A boy was stabbed when he defended a woman in a ‘night club’. The incident occurred on Saturday at 9:30 p. m. in the nightclub Flamingo, located on San José downtown. The wounded man was identified by authorities as Mario Calderon Ramirez, 22 years old. Calderon, after receiving the stab, left the club and took…

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Shark Attack in Guanacaste on Surfer

A minor under 15 years of age, remains in critical condition in the Nicoya Hospital after being attacked by a shark while surfing at Playa Grande de Santa Cruz, Guanacaste.   The incident occurred last Sunday around noon, confirmed the Red Cross of Cartagena and the Marine National Park rangers. The victim, identified as Kevin Jesus…

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Brawl in School Puts Both in Hospital

A quarrel between two students of Liceo Vicente Lachner in Cartago, ended with both in the hospital. One of them was wounded in the left hand with a knife and another was severely beaten to the mouth. The incident occurred yesterday around 9:30 a. m. The school authorities preferred not to comment on this incident.…

Tags: , cartago, knife, School, students, Violence