Thursday night’s Hot Shots

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It took six different examinations and a gastroscopy to find out that a giant panda in China had been choking on steamed corn bread that was lodged in his esophagus.

Once it was removed, the panda was better in two days.

A huge aquarium at a mall in China burst, injuring 16 people.

Investigators say the 33-ton aquarium was made of material affected by the cold temperatures.

A flight from Long Island to Tamp took a surprise detour into the mud, causing some delays.

They had to take all the passengers off the plane and get them another plane.

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