Consider the following sentence:
Local Man Loses Pants, Life; Beaver Rescue Falls Short
I've seen this named before where a sentence has two endings but I've been unable to find it on any grammar or linguistics websites.
A semicolon alone can be used to coordinate two main clauses; this signals a closer relationship between two independent clauses. Some refer to this stylistic device as the Semicolon Alone Method.
The rhetorical figure of leaving out conjunctions (in this case 'and' before 'Life') is called asyndeton, or asyndetic listing.