Guatemala, Galveston, Jennifer Sutcliffe discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt


Featured aunt ktar news writes guys for today dry weather will continue very typical for this time of year by this afternoon temperatures above average with a high of one hundred and six degrees from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis for ktar news at seven thousand three hundred seventy nine degrees in buckeye new this morning a us air force transport plane carrying young victims of the guatemalan volcano has landed in galveston texas seventeen globemaster has served as a flying hospital room for six pediatric patients suffering serious burns after a volcanic eruption in their native guatemala these are big birds dr steven wolfe his chief of staff at shriners children's hospital in galveston a burn in anybody's bad right no matter what the size is and this one is significant he says some of the kids have burns over half their bodies from volcanic ash and steam may be hospitalized for months jim ryan abc news dallas the death toll from the eruption has climbed to ninety nine a corpus christi texas man nearly died after being bitten by the severed head of a rattlesnake jennifer sutcliffe says she and her husband were doing yard work last weekend when they say four foot radler he used a shovel to cut off his head but when he went to pick it up the snakehead bid him jennifer says he began having seizures and lost his vision because this naked released all its venom into a normal person that gets bit it's going to get from anywhere from two to four doses of anti venom he had twenty six doses her husband now in stable condition ktar is on the economy a new research facility for plastics manufacturers coming to mesa piper plastics makes adams for all kinds of things from aerospace to medical eric bop is with the city of mesa company head hurts just some land several years ago and then there was the economic downturn and they decided not to expand now the economy is certainly doing better company is building a ten million dollar facility on forty eighth street and mesas falcon district and it will open next summer with one hundred thirty employees all if you live in timpee buckeye or paradise valley you're paying some.

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