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Fake News - Another Teen Tragically Dies After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket

The article: "Another Teen Tragically DIES After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket Challenge," published on the website www.DailyBuzzLive.com, is NOT true. The article is spreading on social networking websites and the rest of internet like wildfire. Most of the articles on the website 'www.DailyBuzzLive.com' are all fictional and should not be taken as facts.
Fake News - Another Teen Tragically Dies After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket
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Fake News - Another Teen Tragically Dies After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket

The article: "Another Teen Tragically DIES After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket Challenge," published on the website www.DailyBuzzLive.com, is NOT true. The article is spreading on social networking websites and the rest of internet like wildfire. Most of the articles on the website 'www.DailyBuzzLive.com' are all fictional and should not be taken as facts.

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Another Teen Tragically Dies After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket

 Another Teen Tragically Dies After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket

ANOTHER Teen Tragically DIES After Breaking Her Neck From Ice Bucket Challenge. The Ice Bucket Challenge, also known as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, has been going viral across the Internet as people nominate one another to dump a bucket of ice on their head or decide giving money to charity, ALS research, is the better option for them.

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