Listen: Mount Carmel, Westerville, Joe Morbid discussed on Mark Levin
"Wyant Mount Carmel. And Dr William Houston are looking at another lawsuit today bringing the total number filed up to seven the question is what could have been done in this case yet four failures. Basically, the pharmacy failure the nursing failure the road doctor, and then you've got an institutional failure for safeguards that are being followed or not attorney David Schwalier behind this latest lawsuit. Ada comes from the family of a Columbus woman who died under the care of the former Mount Carmel west Dr just federal workers were finally back on the job this Monday. It was the first day on the job for former Westerville police chief Joe morbid, sir, he's settling in in his new role. As director of the Ohio bureau of criminal investigation department of our size in Westerville is more family than work because we see each other every day. And when you think about it, most of the employee's spend more time with anybody wartime with him with. Each other than they do with anybody else. So it's truly a family, and it's hard to leave family morbid telling six ten WTVN, what matters program on Sunday that it'll be a much different experience innings new job with the state crime lab investigating hundreds of murders a year. Meanwhile, safety was the goal for dot in twenty eighteen and a look at that year's numbers show. They succeeded some new numbers from the Ohio department of transportation are indicating that statistically at least twenty eighteen was a better year for safety on the roads. Oh, dots. Michelle may handles highway safety really on par to have a worshippers than we had had in twenty seventeen but then somewhere around a summer, June July things started to level out. He says something happened in the final half of last year to reduce the number of deadly wrecks on average. And now experts will try to find a way to duplicate it at the state house, Jared Allen, NewsRadio."