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Warning From Parents After Teen Dies Playing Russian Roulette NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- More teens are taking their chance at a deadly game than many parents may realize, something a North Little Rock couple knows all too well after their son died playing Russian roulette. The death of a 15-year-old Haskell boy who was playing roulette Friday, is dredging up memories of Jodi and Scott Chassells' own son Gunnar. "To not have him is devastating," Mrs. Chassells said. "He was my baby." Reminders of Gunnar fill the couple's North Little Rock home, but pictures stop at his senior year portrait, one of the last photos taken before the 17-year-old shot himself. Last Thanksgiving, Gunnar was staying at a friend's house and risked everything playing roulette with a gun. "Gunnar knew what he was doing and it cost him his life," Mr. Chassells said.
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Don’t wait for a punchline. On Friday, Ryan Madson became the 20th reliever acquired by a contender since midseason. Remember John Axford, whom the Dodgers got at the July 31 deadline? He’s hurt. Remember Tom Koehler, one of the key off-season imports, or Tony Cingrani, who came over last summer? They’re hurt, too. Add Brandon Morrow and Tony Watson, new to the Dodgers in 2017 and then lost in free agency, and it seems a little daft to say that Dodger management isn’t trying to corner this amoeba of a problem. Because it isn’t just an L.A. problem. The Athletics brought in Jeurys Familia, Fernando Rodney and Shawn Kelley.
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