Three boys "could have died" in freezing conditions after getting stuck in quicksand, says a police officer. The trio had been stuck in the mud for 45 minutes before finally being freed. Emergency services scrambled to save the lives of three teenagers after they had become trapped in quicksand. Police rushed to the scene after receiving a call from the boys as they were stuck in the mud for 45 minutes.
'It was right up to our waist, my face was in it. We thought that was it', the boy's grandma said.
Quicksand had been teasing something for Tuesday, April 13, and now that day has come and they've released a new song! It's called "Inversion," and it's their first new music since their album Interiors which we just started selling on orange vinyl and their EP Triptych Continuum. Those releases were the reunited band's first new music since the '90s, and they found Quicksand in fine form, picking up where their classic records left off but pushing forward as well. This new song does the same thing; it feels like classic Quicksand but it also feels new and exciting. The lyrics reflect the push and pull of being very connected through technology while at the same time being the most emotionally isolated group of humans to ever walk the planet and fun stuff like that. The song comes with a video featuring art by Japanese artist Tetsunori Tawaraya whose art was also used for the single artwork and animation by Rob Fidel. Check it out below. Meanwhile, Walter Schreifels has a livestream show on Vans.
Frank Harvey had to be dragged to safety by struggling relatives during the terrifying experience at Crosby beach. We thought that was it', the boy's grandma said. Frank Harvey, two, had to be dragged to safety by struggling relatives during the terrifying experience at Crosby beach in Merseyside. Frank went into shock after the ordeal, which saw relatives fearing for their lives and has left him suffering nightmares. Now mum Marnie-Rae Harvey is speaking out in a bid to alert others about the dangers of quicksand.
The series was commissioned in following the immense popularity of Giolito's novel. A school shooting takes place at Djursholm senior high school. At the age of 18, Maja Norberg is arrested and suspected of murder. The protagonist admits the murder at an early stage but denies the crime — the trial is rather about why the murder was committed than whether it was committed. Like in the novel, the story is told from the main character's perspective, with events flashing back and forth between the present day and her memories of events that led up to the shooting. Quicksand is not based on a real-life event but the story was written to reflect real-life class inequalities that its creators saw in Sweden. On 7 September , it was announced that Netflix had given the production a series order for a first season. In February , the series held its official premiere with the screening of the first two episodes at the Berlin International Film Festival in Berlin , Germany. On 27 March , the official trailer for the series was released.