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July 29, 1989 | From Associated Press
Gunmen attacked a group of American tourists viewing wildlife in southern Kenya, killing a woman, wounding a man and robbing others of money, a source said Friday. The attack Thursday was the second on tourists in Kenya this month. The incident occurred as 19 tourists were riding in three vans along the 40-mile road between the Amboseli and Tsavo national parks, the source said.
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February 25, 2013 | By Richard Verrier
A cameraman and pilot died in a plane crash in Kenya during filming of a Discovery series called "Dangerous Flights," the latest fatal incident to occur in the reality-TV industry. John Driftmier, a cameraman and director, was filming aerial footage for the program when the small plane he was in crashed, killing him and the pilot, who was not identified, according to a statement from Pixcom, the Canadian producer of the series. Driftmier, 30, worked on various reality-TV shows, including "Highway Thru Hell" and "License to Drill.
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February 25, 2013 | By Richard Verrier
A cameraman and pilot died in a plane crash in Kenya during filming of a Discovery series called "Dangerous Flights," the latest fatal incident to occur in the reality-TV industry. John Driftmier, a cameraman and director, was filming aerial footage for the program when the small plane he was in crashed, killing him and the pilot, who was not identified, according to a statement from Pixcom, the Canadian producer of the series. Driftmier, 30, worked on various reality-TV shows, including "Highway Thru Hell" and "License to Drill.
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July 29, 1989 | From Associated Press
Gunmen attacked a group of American tourists viewing wildlife in southern Kenya, killing a woman, wounding a man and robbing others of money, a source said Friday. The attack Thursday was the second on tourists in Kenya this month. The incident occurred as 19 tourists were riding in three vans along the 40-mile road between the Amboseli and Tsavo national parks, the source said.
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August 18, 1995 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A drunk staggers through a vegetable market and squashes some tomatoes. Shoppers drop their packages and kick him to death. In the same week, a man is accused of trying to steal a goat. Neighbors pounce and kill him with clubs. Elsewhere, a pastor argues with his sister, uproots plants in her garden and knocks her over with a hoe. Local residents track the cleric down, tie him with ropes and stone him to death.
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