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The terrifying clip shows two young men, who appear to be in their mid-teens, galivanting on top of the City Chambers building. Edinburgh teens who scaled a prominent city centre building uploaded footage of their dangerous escapades to social media. The terrifying clip shows two young men, who appear to be in their mid-teens , galivanting on top of the City Chambers building. As reported by Edinburgh Live , the pair can be seen filming themselves on the roof of the local government building, with the video posted on their TikTok page. The boys are seen several stories up, with a third person in the video spotted on one of the lower floors.
This horrifying Snapchat footage shows two Georgia teens playing with guns just moments before one aged 15 accidentally kills his year-old friend before shooting himself dead. Devin Hodges, 15, was with three other boys in a 'cramped shed' in Lawrenceville when the handgun went off by mistake, fatally wounding Chad Carless. The pair, who are both believed to have gone to Discovery High School, were seen in a clip sent to their friends on social media the same evening, pointing guns at the camera. Hodges and the two other boys are thought to have called the emergency services but Chad could not be saved. Devin then turned the gun on himself as police officers pulled up on New Year's Eve. Both boys are seen playing with a gun in the moments leading up to the fatal shootings before Chad Carless, pictured left, is accidentally killed by his friend Devin Hodges, pictured right. Gwinnett police said: 'After multiple interviews with witnesses, detectives learned one of the males, Hodges, was showing the group a handgun when he accidentally fired a shot. Carless succumbed to his injuries before help could arrive.
Video games provide a diverse set of experiences and related activities and are part of the lives of almost all teens in America. To date, most video game research has focused on how games impact academic and social outcomes particularly aggression. There has also been some exploration of the relationship between games and civic outcomes, but as of yet there has been no large-scale quantitative research. This survey provides the first nationally representative study of teen video game play and of teen video gaming and civic engagement. The survey looks at which teens are playing games, the games and equipment they are using, the social context of their play, and the role of parents and parental monitoring. Video gaming is pervasive in the lives of American teens—young teens and older teens, girls and boys, and teens from across the socioeconomic spectrum. Opportunities for gaming are everywhere, and teens are playing video games frequently. Younger teen boys are the most likely to play games, followed by younger girls and older boys. Most teens do not limit themselves to just a few game genres, instead choosing to play many different types of games. Daily gamers are more likely to play a wider range of game genres than non-daily gamers.