Ketamine, Eckersley Creek Fire, Williams Fork Fire discussed on Chris McKay

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Voting. But even with 26 Republicans joining House Democrats to advance the bill, it may never gained passage President Tweeting that this bill is a hoax and urged the Senate Not to advance it on the White House has offered $10 billion to the post office through another Corona virus released Bill. It's a figure Speaker Pelosi has said, is completely unacceptable. ABC is Alex Push a Sunday could be rough in the fight against those California wildfires. A red flag warning goes into effect this morning did a warm, dry conditions, gusty winds and lightning. States. Tom Fire official warning. The worst is not behind us. You're listening to ABC news News Radio Times 3024. Major wild fires still burning in Colorado and firefighters they're fighting against hot temperatures, gusty winds and low humidity. Eckersley Creek Fire and Glenwood Canyon is at 30% Containment burning around 33,300 acres. The Pine Gulch fires they're burning over 126,600 acres north of Grand Junction in Mason Garfield counties at 19% Containment. Cameron Peak fire near Chambers Lake in Larimer County is at 17,200 Acres with zero containment. Williams Fork Fire and Grand County with no current evacuations has 3% containment of the 10,400 Acres affected. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced on Saturday plans to review the state's ketamine waiver program working with medical experts to study the use of ketamine in the field M estates oversight mechanisms. The use of ketamine faced increased scrutiny after the death of Elijah McLane, who was confronted by Aurora police injected with academy and by paramedics and later died. Here's Fox 30. Once Rachel skied, a paramedics can only administer ketamine under a state waiver, and according to state guidelines,.

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