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Mother of Uber CEO killed in California boating accident Mother of Uber CEO killed in California boating accident Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, addresses a gathering at an event in New Delhi, India, December 16, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi The mother of ride-hailing firm Uber's chief executive has died in a boating accident near Fresno, California on Friday, the Fresno County Sheriff's Office said on Saturday Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's parents Bonnie Kalanick, 71, and Donald Kalanick were on Pine Flat Lake when their boat struck a rock and sank, it said, adding that an autopsy is planned กระเป๋าสตางค์ราคาถูก 50 บาท for Sunday. Donald Kalanick was being treated at an area hospital for what were described as moderate injuries. Uber officials were not immediately available for comment. The sheriff's office, however, posted a statement from Uber that read: "Last night, Travis and his family suffered an unspeakable tragedy." "His mother passed away in a devastating boating accident near Fresno and his father is in serious condition. Our thoughts and prayers are with Travis and his family in this heartbreaking time," the statement said. Uber has been rocked by a number of setbacks lately, including accusations of sexual harassment from a former female employee and a video showing its CEO harshly berating an Uber driver. After posting a few tweets in 2016, Travis Kalanick has been active on the social media site this year, changing his Twitter avatar from an image of U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton he had used for about five years with a photo of him smiling. He also posted a photo with his parents on Twitter when they went to the Kentucky Derby together on May 6. (Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Marguerita Choy)
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Elias Escarraman had 2,000 bags of 'China white' heroin, fentanyl mix on him when he was arrested, police say Elias Escarraman of Worcester is facing federal drug charges in Connecticut after a drug bust involving heroin( A Worcester man who was under investigation by federal authorities for the alleged sale of heroin in Massachusetts and Connecticut had 2,000 bags of heroin on him while he ran from police in Connecticut, according to police. Elias Escarraman, 34, of 50 Blackstone River Road in Worcester, is facing federal drug charges in Connecticut after authorities say he was selling heroin mixed with fentanyl in Connecticut. A federal affidavit filed by FBI Agent Stephanie Lenhardt says Escarraman used to live in Springfield and made two trips weekly to Norwich, Connecticut to sell drugs including the heroin and fentanyl mixture called "china white." The investigation began in April. Several drug buys were made in April as authorities continued their investigation, according to the FBI. Escarraman, records state, even said during one buy that the "mix was selling like crazy." He allegedly said people were doubling and tripling their orders for the drug. On May 15, FBI agents and the detectives from the Norwich, Connecticut Police Department arrested Escarraman. Police say Escarraman tried to run from police, but was caught and had 2,000 bags of heroin on him. He was arrested on the federal warrant and brought to U.S. District Court in Hartford. Escarraman was held after his arraignment in federal court on a drug charge and will be brought back Friday. Authorities said was on supervised release in connection with a 2014 drug bust in Lowell where he was caught with more than a kilogram of cocaine and $87,000 in cash.
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