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After a body was found in newly poured concrete on Sunday, police are desperately trying to identify the male victim and understand the motive for such a brutal homicide.
Body in Concrete: Who Was The Man Killed In Santa Fe Springs?
Jan 02, 2013 10:31 AM E
After a man was brutally thrown into newly poured concrete at a heating and air conditioning facility in Santa Fe Springs, police are desperately trying to identify the victim and understand the motive for such a brutal homicide. Juan Alberto Galviz has been arrested and is being held on bail.
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Saturn Storm: Cassini Spacecraft Tracked Largest Vortex Seen in Solar System [VIDEO]
Oct 25, 2012 18:31 PM E
Data - garnered from the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft, which has studied Saturn since arriving there in 2004 - revealed that the temperature of the planet spiked to 150 degrees Fahrenheit following a bright-white storm that hit Saturn's northern hemisphere in December 2010.
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