‘It’s overlapping’: Walter White may appear in #BreakingBad spin-off Better Call Saul, creator says

BREAKING Bad creator Vince Gilligan says there is a strong chance that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will appear on the show’s spin-off, Better Call Saul.

Cranston and Paul were joined by their former Breaking Bad castmates to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Gilligan, however, said the actors will not appear in season four of Better Call Saul when it returns in August.“We don’t want to jerk folks around,” Gilligan said. “But we would be sorely remiss if these characters didn’t appear in the show before it ended.”

Source: ‘It’s overlapping’: Walter White may appear in Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul, creator says | PerthNow

Ex Refugee, Joseph Deng smashes 50-year-old Australian 800m record at the Diamond League athletics

FIVE months ago Joseph Deng was a controversial Commonwealth Games selection bolter, now the former refugee is the fastest 800m runner in Australian history.

The incredible journey of Deng, 20, reached its pinnacle at the Monaco Diamond League meet overnight when he smashed the 50-year-old 800m record by clocking 1min44.21sec.Olympic gold medallist Ralph Doubell had set the previous Australian mark of 1:44.40sec at altitude at the 1968 Mexico City Games. It was then equalled by Alex Rowe in Monaco four years ago.

Deng was born in a Kenyan refugee camp in 1998 after his mother, Rebecca, fled the brutal civil war in Sudan. He doesn’t know his father.

The family arrived in Queensland in 2004, settling initially in Toowoomba before Deng attended Ipswich Grammar School where his athletic ability was first recognised.

He moved to Melbourne at the end of 2016 to team up with Rinaldi with the aim of making the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games team.

Source: Joseph Deng smashes 50-year-old Australian 800m record at the Diamond League athletics | PerthNow

Four people treated for injuries after head-on crash in Butler, #Perth

FOUR people were injured after a head-on crash in Butler on Friday night.Police say a 39-year-old woman driving a Holden Malibu lost control of her vehicle on Kingsbridge Boulevard and collided with a Holden Commodore at about 9:20pm.

Both drivers received leg injuries.The two passengers in the Commodore, a 29-year-old man and 30-year-old man, were also injured.Traffic Enforcement Group officers are investigating whether speed and alcohol played a part in the crash.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers.

Source: Four people treated for injuries after overnight crash in Butler | PerthNow

HUGE inferno Fire breaks out in London high-rise tower block. 50 firefighters desperately battled the blaze. It comes 13 months after the Grenfell Tower fire

A HUGE inferno ripped through a high-rise tower block in London as 50 firefighters desperately battled the blaze, The Sun reports.

Ten fire engines rushed to the scene after smoke could be seen billowing from the building in Edmonton Green, North London.Part of a four-bedroom flat on the 6th floor was “alight” and some of the 50 firefighters in attendance were able to lead one man to safety.

Moments earlier, terrified residents sprinted out of the building and witnesses reported that the fire was “getting worse”.

Daniel Iqbal wrote on Twitter: “The smoke is getting worse in Edmonton Green. Stay safe people.”

The block is one of three identical buildings in that part of North London…

It comes 13 months after the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington, West London, killed 72 people and injured 70 others, the deadliest structural fire in the UK in 30 years.

Source: Fire breaks out in London high-rise tower block | PerthNow

NINE people from the same family were among those killed in the Missouri ‘duck boat’ tragedy, capsizes in severe weather

A land-to-water boat carrying 31 people on a lake in Missouri capsized, killing 17, including children.NINE people from the same family were among those killed in the Missouri ‘duck boat’ tragedy, it has been confirmed.Missouri Governor Mike Parson said nine of the 17 people who died on Table Rock Lake during the wild thunderstorm were related. Parson said he had spoken to a woman who “lost nine of the 11 members of her family”, according to the BBC.

A land-to-water boat carrying 31 people on a lake in Missouri capsized, killing 17, including children.

“It’s difficult to find the right words to say,” he said on CNN.Another two members of the same family survived when the the Ride the Ducks Branson vessel capsized near the tourist town of Branson, Missouri…

Source: Children among dead after tourist boat capsizes in severe weather | PerthNow