2 American university employees among Kabul dead

January 18, 2014

Michael Smith, president of the private nonprofit institution, said Saturday that families of the victims were being informed and arrangements being made to send their remains home.

He did not identify the employees out of respect for the families, but said one had just recently joined the faculty of political science and the other was a member of the student affairs staff.

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  2. Ragspierre says:

    “Rescuers have freed a man who had been stuck for hours in a pipe at a water treatment plant in New Jersey. Officials told CBS 2 around 11:30 a.m. that 26-year-old Asef Mohamed, of Manalapan, had been freed and airlifted to an area hospital. He was 10 to 12 feet down the pipe, which was not in use, WCBS 880′s Levon Putney reported. United Water spokesman Rich Henning said Mohamed broke into the plant that treats and pumps water for the township of Manalapan. Workers heard cries for help coming from the pipe around 7 a.m. Friday. . . . ‘This was a person that purposely climbed a six-foot fence with three or four layers of barbed wire on top,’ Henning said. United Water officials said they have no idea why Mohamed did it, but are now looking at ways to tighten up security, Putney reported.”

    Just doing a little ad hoc plumbing. At night. In the freezing cold. After breaking in.

    No reason for concern… Move on.