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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.

Entries in attack (4)


Little Dog Survives Eagle Attack


'Angry Birds' are More Than an App in Florida

Vultures are attacking cars at the Everglades in Florida.


Woman Attacked By Cheetahs as Husband Takes Pictures

A British woman was attacked by cheetahs while her was  husband busy in taking pictures at holiday safari park in South Africa.

Violet D'Mello was attacked by the cats, but the quick-thinking British holidaymaker played dead to avoid being mauled to death by supposedly tame cheetahs.

Mrs D'Mello, who was rushed to hospital after the incident, said: 'It was terrifying and happened so quickly.
'One minute I was in the enclosure with the cheetahs and the next it was biting at my head."

A guide at the game park in the Indian Ocean town of Port Elizabeth managed to pulled the second cat off Mrs D'Mello, but even as he did so, the first cheetah rejoined the fray, pining the Scot to the ground and biting and gouging her legs.

It was only when a group of park visitors worked together to pull the two animals off her that Mrs D'Mello was able to make a dash for the petting pen's gate.


Anderson Cooper Attacked in Egypt

All you need to know here is he somehow survived and was on the air to broadcast moments later.

CNN's Anderson Cooper was attacked in Egypt on Wednesday --  but they have given him the option to have extra security said a CNN official.

Anderson was punched by 10 pro-Mubarak supporters near Tahrir Square, his camera crew also came under attack.

Here was Cooper's Tweet after the incident: "Got roughed up by thugs in pro-mubarak crowd..punched and kicked repeatedly. Had to escape. Safe now."

Can MSNBC quickly hire Keith Olbermann back and send him Egypt?