12 Burst results for "Ah Field Hospital"
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"But they should be welcome back to the program. Governor Andrew Cuomo. Governor kills a lot. Governor genocide wasn't done. With his excuse. Making. It's really is an extraordinary press conference of a guy. In a position. I mean, the guy wrote a best selling book. Here's How you Deal with Kovar hears the lessons and leadership. And then the second. The curtain is pulled back just a little bit. What does he do it? I wasn't even in town that month. I don't know what you're talking about. Not me. What may? Yes. Yes, it was you that pile of bodies behind you, Governor. Is you was you. Because it took you two months to correct the problem that was leading to the bodies being piled up. I've said before, and I'll stand by it. I can understand the order. Why it came up why it was put in place in the first place at the beginning of covert 19. We were told that hospitals were going to be overwhelmed. That's why, as we were approached the one year anniversary of 15 days to slow the spread That's why that was started. We were supposed to try to save the hospitals, but the hospital's thankfully we're never overwhelmed. They've never collapsed. They were never overrun with that a lot, some of them But they were not overwhelmed. I told you, my my friend is a doctor in New Jersey, Southern New Jersey. Said that is hospital was kind of a ghost town because Everybody was staying away and he was in an area at the time that wasn't overrun with covert cases. North Jersey Woz. So you can see why he thought that the hospital's we're going to be overrun or could be overrun. That being said he did have the hospital ship the comfort. He did have the Javits Center as a makeshift hospital, the field hospital and Ah field hospital constructed In Central Park that would have helped alleviate the overrunning of the hospital system. Those were never needed. Those were not needed, they said. In two weeks, we're going to be overrun. And then eight weeks later, he rescinded the order. I can understand the concept behind the order. I can't understand the incompetence behind letting it stand that as the death toll rose, the deaths were coming from nursing homes. You might want to focus your energy on nursing homes after that, after the bodies started piling up from the nursing homes, but not in the hospitals at an overwhelming rate, you might go what's going on the nursing homes? And then somebody would say we were ordered sick people into the nursing homes, toe free up hospital beds. Oh, we should stop that. We have the hospital beds. We have way more capacity. Then we could ever uses all those emergency measures never went into youth. But he did not. Because the arrogance of power ever admitting you ever made a mistake is just not part of the deal. You couldn't possibly do that. Whatever The reason was, he didn't It could be complete incompetence and ignorance that His executive order was written by staff. They sort of briefed him on the general strokes of it, and he never thought of it again and they auto pen signed it, and he literally had no idea what was done in his name. That's entirely possible. Might almost be an acceptable excuse, and we have a better excuse than what he tried to pull with this press conference. For sure. But he's not going to try that. He's going to pull the it wasn't my fault. It was somebody else's fault now in this clip He basically just turns into a typical jerk. Be honest with you. Hey, turns into I don't know if you saw old school But when I forget which character itwas, I think it might have been Vince Vaughn. But he says that's what that's what. When Blue dies. The old guy, the old recruits, the old people die. That's what they do. Andrew Cuomo says, basically like people in nursing homes die, that's what they do. Yeah, they don't die in overwhelming numbers and clusters from a virus. Naturally, normally, that's not what they do. That's not what happens and it's not an excuse. And in fact, it's more of a reason as to why he should have noticed that this was going on. But he didn't Listen to him. For yourself. Cut four. Go ahead. And then Avoid information that we created. Started. Misinformation, this information conspiracy theories. And now people have to hear that. And they don't know what is the truth. The truth is, everybody did everything they could. The truth is you had the best medical professionals and advice on the globe. The truth is, it was in the middle of a terrible pandemic. The truth is co vered attacks. Senior citizens. The truth is With all we know. People still die in nursing homes today. People still die every day. People die. It's what they do. What do you want me to do about it? Recognize that as the debts are piling up that that's concentrated in one particular building across the state and say, Why is that? Is there special precautions we could take? Maybe we should stop sending sick people into those hospitals. But no Andrew Cuomo made that point. And then he circled back and made that point again, which seems rather heartless because there's little ambiguity that is order. Woz. Responsible. There's no other word for responsible. Listen to him. Cut five. Go ahead. We're testing the staff twice a week. There's no visitation. People still die. You would have to hermetically seal a nursing home. They actually tried this in France. With a staff lived in the nursing home. Anybody can bring it in. Delivery man brings it in The heating repair man brings it in. The food Service brings it in. Staff person goes home. Has Meets with their family. Someone in the family has its staff member comes back..
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A controversy continues to follow President Trump into the new year. During a phone call over the weekend, The president presses Georgia's top election official to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's victory mean Bread. What are we gonna dono? We won the election, and it's not fair to take it away from us Like this. Georgia's secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger pushes back against the president and CBS politic. Philatelist Larry Sabato says there may be legal ramifications to the president's move. It's an extraordinary Cole that borders on the criminal. You can certainly make a case that Trump was pressuring the secretary of state in Georgia to create votes or eliminate current legal votes. In order to produce the electoral loads of Georgia for Donald J. Trump. Several Massachusetts lawmakers on Capitol Hill are blasting the president's call a Senator Ed Markey, among those saying the call to find nearly 12,000 votes in Georgia is illegal Republican allies, meantime, on Capitol Hill or trying to throw out the electoral college results in hand the election to President Trump That move comes Wednesday. Problem is they don't have the numbers to make that happen. Pushback is being led by Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins. WBC's art Cohen has more Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins has joined three other Republican senators and six Democrats in a statement chastising their Republican colleagues, who have said they will challenge the election results in the Senate. When Congress meets to certify them. On Wednesday. The group of Republicans, led by senators Josh Holly and Ted Cruz, say they plan to object to certifying the election and will ask Congress to appoint a commission to investigate the results in several states. Collins and fellow Republican senators Mitt Romney of Utah, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana joined six Democrats who said in a statement that the 2020 election is over. All challenges through recounts. An appeals have been exhausted. The voters have spoken, and now Congress must fulfill its responsibility. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio, 7 18 and icy greeting on the roadways for many this morning as we head back to work back to school, it's clouds in Boston rain on the South Shore Cape and Islands this morning 32 degrees here back to the future in the Merrimack Valley, and it comes under dire circumstances. And a warning from health officials. WBC's match here tells us Ah Field hospital is about to get busy again there. No college athletes jogging around the rec center at U Mass. Lowell, just a team of medical professionals, making sure every bet on the parquet is ready to go working collaboratively. We were able to erect a field hospital in matter of days of the Audi is the VP of hospitality for Circle health. But right now, his primary focus is here. The state's second covert field hospital. The staff is trying to make the patient experiences comfortable as I can be with plenty of room to walk around. You're in a covert environment here, so social distancing isn't something that you have to worry about. This comes during a week where public health officials fear a post holiday surge. But despite their concerns, Dudley says morale is improving. His frontline workers are finally getting vaccinated. I haven't seen in a long time. Big smiles on their face music playing and just sense of optimism that Shearer wbz, Boston's news radio and air powered holiday costume, meant to cheer up patients in a California hospital instead. Just might be the source of a Corona virus outbreak. Health officials fear a fan in this costume and San Jose led to nearly four dozen infections. Covert outbreak at a convent near Albany, New York, is responsible for the deaths of nine nuns. And positive test results for nearly half the residents that, according to health officials, nonetheless says coronavirus runs rampant throughout the United States a bid to bring in more customers. Disney world in Florida, opening up their kingdom in unprecedented fashion. Despite the new, highly contagious covert 19 strain being reported in Florida, Disney is opening up park hopping to visitors in Orlando Guest can now jump between Disney World Animal Kingdom and Epcot in a single day, a feature that executive stop months ago to keep the Corona virus from spreading. There are a few rules, guess have to make a reservation for a park, then visited before going to another one. No hopping until 2 p.m. and no hopping toe a park that has reached capacity. Least Matteo CBS News 7 20. Now let's take a trip to Hollywood and Entertainment News with Billy Costa from our sister station Kiss. Wanna Wait? It's Brian brought to us by find mass money. Calm in case you missed it. On New Year's Eve, Justin Bieber actually forgot the words to his song. Sorry during his a live performance, Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper an unusual moment New Year's Eve were Andy Cohen was trying to convince Anderson Cooper to drop some acid. James Gordon will start the new year as a spokesperson for Weight watchers. He talked about that over the weekend, Christie Teegan says she has been sober now for four weeks. She's giving up alcohol. In fact, a lot of other people are as well. It's called dry January and the new season of the Bachelor begins tonight with the first ever Male black lead. Matt James That's on ABC tonight with the entertainment report. I'm Billy Constant, Matty Show on Kiss 108. Listening.
Coronavirus Field Hospital Opens In Lowell, NW Of Boston
"To the future in the Merrimack Valley, and it comes under dire circumstances. And a warning from health officials. WBC's match here tells us Ah Field hospital is about to get busy again there. No college athletes jogging around the rec center at U Mass. Lowell, just a team of medical professionals, making sure every bet on the parquet is ready to go working collaboratively. We were able to erect a field hospital in matter of days of the Audi is the VP of hospitality for Circle health. But right now, his primary focus is here. The state's second covert field hospital. The staff is trying to make the patient experiences comfortable as I can be with plenty of room to walk around. You're in a covert environment here, so social distancing isn't something that you have to worry about. This comes during a week where public health officials fear a post holiday surge. But despite their concerns, Dudley says morale is improving. His frontline workers are finally getting vaccinated. I haven't seen in a long time. Big smiles on their face music playing and just sense of optimism that Shearer wbz, Boston's news radio
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Ah Field Hospital set to reopen tomorrow with the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta Governor Brian Kim taking a tour of the facility yesterday. Little walkthrough of the Temporary facility that we've stood back up that allow us to have 60 additional beds, including staffing to help our hospitals all over the state that may run in the patient overflow. Here in the next week or throughout the next month's. This comes as the number of covering 19 cases in Georgia continues to surge and hospitalizations reached critical levels at last check 322 patients in treatment for co bid at Northeast Georgia Health System hospitals that's up 10 for Monday and another record. Whole county's economy did get off to a bit of a rough start this year because of the Corona virus pandemic, But local officials are optimistic as we head into the new year. Tim Evans, with the Greater Whole Chamber of Commerce, says he thinks we'll see a good bit of local businesses actually thrive in 2021 talk about the economy. The U. S economy and the global economy. But a lot of our local economies based on local fundamentals, and the fundamentals are really strong for Gainesville Hall County. I think, 2021. It's going to be a good year. Evan says many local businesses actually hiring right now, he says the chambers planning another job fair at the end of March. Gilles Phil resident was able to escape a burning home Monday afternoon Hall County Fire Services division chief Zachary Brackets, saying fire crews called to that house on Silver Chase court around 4:45 P.m.. They found smoke and fire pouring from the roof of the house. Brackett says. They don't know yet how that fire started. As Election Day approaches the Democrat candidates for Georgia's Senate seats getting some help from the top end of the party. Vice president elect Kamila Harris will be in Savannah on Sunday. President elect Joe Biden will be Atlanta on Monday. Both will rally voters support for Raphael Warnock in Jon Ossoff's who are trying to unseat incumbent GOP senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue, respectively. You'll find more news and access w D win. Now the.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm also announcing a third mobile test site this week. It will be operating through Thursday in Jamaica Plain and a nickel community center. It's open from 3 P.m. to seven each day to provide more access for people who were working and have chance to go get tested after work. Health officials say there are concerned with uptick in covert 19 cases in the Commonwealth and wanna offer more free testing opportunities, especially during the holiday season. The governor today Also said cover 19 restrictions are starting to work. But it doesn't mean people can let their guard down with those safety precautions. National guards helping it. Worcester's DC YOU center working to get AH Field Hospital up and running. That field hospital is needed for a possible surgeon covert cases, and it's shortage of Beds at hospitals. It's expected to be up and running on Sunday. Eventually, there could be 200 beds available if needed. The cove in 19 surges overwhelmingly overwhelming many hospitals these days, and many of them are in smaller rural areas. So 25 bed. Scotland County Hospital in Memphis, Missouri, serves people from six counties. A small hospital in northeast Missouri is filled to capacity with nurses working 20 to 30 extra hours a week. Larger hospitals nearby are also false, so it's difficult to transfer patients needing more critical care. Doctors and nurses who know many of their patients by name, say it's disheartening when so many local residents continue to downplay coronavirus with some still colleague it. Ah hoax Jim Krystle, a CBS News Hospital space is running low, So too, is the supply of blood and in New York City. The mayor says things were getting close to critical. The current blood supplies down to just a few days. Just a few days. This is really very, very urgent situation, so we need you. We need you to lend a hand or more accurately to lend an arm. The mayor says it will be a struggle to get donors. With coronavirus surging and the holidays coming. The city of New York's launched a campaign to try to get 25,000 blood donations by the end of the month, while locally Cape Cod health care officials said nationwide blood centers have experienced a significant drop in donations. There are a number of blood drives taking place on the Cape in the coming days and weeks today, a blood drive wrapping up shortly at the Clark had at American Legion Post on Main Street in Sandwich several more over the next three weeks at various Cape.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Austin's NewsRadio, Massachusetts. Health officials continue to watch the daily coronavirus numbers very closely with feeders that the fall out from Thanksgiving celebrations will soon be felt more than 1100 new infections, reported the most recent update, but a lower the normal testing rate. Is likely responsible for what is considered to be a low number of positive tests. These days of positive results. That is these days, frontline workers are under stress. Hospitals also under strain. Ah Field Hospital in Worcester is springing back to life with hopes that it will be open. Later this week. Meantime, states could be seeing deliveries of the new vaccine from Fizer very soon, CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reports. The goal is to start at least 20 million Americans on a regimen by the end of this year. Even if some people continue to refuse taking virus precaution Despite an accelerating crisis, many Americans are still resisting basic efforts to control the virus. I'll resist. And I'm not the only one who will resist Take rapid city, South Dakota residents debated implementing a stricter of mask ordinance, not a mask mandate after that state led the nation in Corona virus deaths per capita this month. It's just a mask where it this is a public health crisis. Don't know what else to say. The measure passed 9 to 1. But some businesses can opt out and houses of worship are exempt Visor and Moderna, of course, both lining up they've got their applications in front of the FDA for approval, which is expected from the FDA in the next couple of weeks. Immediately thereafter, the first vaccines will be distributed. 9 32. Now all six states where President Trump had contested last month's election results have now certified president elect Joe Biden as the winner. And as the president is attacking Republican officials, the party worries he could be jeopardizing Their chances in two critical Senate election in Georgia, where Biden's victory was finalized over a week ago. Trump is still attacking Republican officials as the state gears up for two runoff races that will determine control of the Senate does not growing concern among Republicans that Trump's baseless, unproven conspiracy theories could cost them votes. The chair of the RNC, Ronna McDaniel, asked by one Republican voter why they should even bother to vote. The president says the whole system is rigged. Senate runoff elections.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on KGO 810
"Purple tear friends purple tear so now well, anybody enforce it from Lena. It's Chris Merrill For John Rothman, kgo Heaton. If you're talking about it, we're talking about KGO San Francisco San Jose Oakland, a cumulus station. From ABC News. I'm Daria holding her another day, another record in the Corona virus pandemic. The covert tracking project says hospitalizations hit an all time high for the 15th consecutive day with more than 2000 deaths for the first time since early May. Laurie Smith, chief nursing officer at Billings, Clinics in Montana, says hospitals are overcapacity stretch. They're taxed. They're absolutely exhausted, but they're here for The people that we need to care for it. Ah Field Hospital on New York's Staten Island is accepting patients and other one will be set up next week in Rhode Island and his cases rise in California L. A County is considering strict new measures like county's director of public health, presenting county supervisors with a proposal for a new stay at home order. Supervisors are not acting on it immediately. He would prohibit most gatherings closed nonessential businesses, among other things. Health director, Dr Barbara for rare says with high rates of infection, the going out is getting more dangerous increase number of people that are infected now makes it more likely for individuals to be in contact with someone who's positive. On Wednesday, L. A county restaurants will have to become to go on delivery only again, like Stone, ABC News Los Angeles know that President elect Biden's transition is under way has he met with the government's top infectious diseases, expert bar staff? Stuff.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Operation Warp speed is a success and initiative to get a vaccine quickly distributed it. Three other vaccines are also in the final stages of trial. They'll arrive within a few weeks. And they will also be mass produced, and the delivery will be very rapid. Where Ready to go. City is his special report on Wendy Gillette. Over 19 cases continued rise across the country and in Massachusetts is Governor Charlie Baker, D announced Ah Field Hospital. Will we open at the D? C U Center in Worcester. It'll provide 240 beds for virus patients, if needed. Governor also says We need to do a better job stopping the spread now because so many people in Massachusetts Continue to wear mass in public places and when they go out Continue to socially distance continue to do many of the right things. The rate of growth and hospitalizations has been in nowhere near the same clip. Is the rate of growth in cases. The simple truth is They're both heading in the wrong direction, and they've been heading in the wrong direction now. Since Labor Day, the newest report on cases in Massachusetts from the Department of Public Health 2674 newly reported covert cases today they were just over 81,000 tests conducted on also 23 newly reported deaths. Ah lawsuit being filed against the Baker administration's requirement that all students get a flu shot by the end of the year to attend school. Not half a dozen families are named in the suit, but his WBC Suzanne Saz ville tells us thousands of Bay ST families have signed a petition in support of it. The families believe the mandate violates several freedoms, religion, privacy and here in Massachusetts, the constitutional right to education. You shouldn't have to give up one right, like the right to privacy or the right to make your own personal health care decisions in order to enjoy another right. Which is certainly the Massachusetts fundamental right to an education attorney Luke LaRosa says the mandate is based on pure speculation. The fear of hospital crowding does not equal a medical necessity for a flu shot. If there was some evidence that the flu is going to go off the charts, even then, I don't know that they'd be able to satisfy the strict scrutiny requirement. The family say. Flu shots often don't even work, and they could make over 19 worse by weakening immune systems. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio. WBC has reached out to the Department of Public Health for comment, but so far we've not heard back 5 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. All where to start, Mike, How about we start out to the West for a change here? Ben, We've got troubles on the mass turnpike here, Westbound. It's locked up 2.5 miles through west Newton. Don't get stuck in this. We've got a left wing crashed just before we won 28 Then delays further road Couple of miles out past 4 95 well to 90 West is backed up just a bit through downtown Worcester up to the north. At the latest word on 1 28. Let's go to the mall, free insurance or road report or not completely done with a headache. Sierra. I want 28 north, and but it is getting better. Slowly. The first delays start after a 38 mover before you get to Washington Street. You're gonna be in that up toward North Avenue, Wakefield that breaks loose and another little slow down after Main Street, Lynnfield approaching Salem Street. How about the south and side of 1 28. That's actually not too bad at this point down through Danvers, Peabody and beyond, as you head down toward Route one and 95 Kristen after them offering insurance road report. 93 North is actually a lot better than it was. It's really just slow up. Passed through 1 25 Now Ruth, three North found all brake lights route 62 past Concord Road about 12 minutes through that back up the South bound expressway, a grind from the tunnel to South Bay. And then it was shortly after Squad. Um, Street down to the Braintree Split North Found stuff. Furnace Brook Parkway, a passing upon sick 90 three's hung up both ways Getting to route 24 delays Continue 95 South Mechanic Street and Sharon down past 4 95 my king WBC's traffic on the three little bit more of the shower activity to get through tonight before we totally clear it out dry out around the region..
"ah field hospital" Discussed on KOMO
"Covert cases. That state now preparing to open Ah Field hospital. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. The camo Morning news. It's 802 hits Monday morning, October 12th, and we've had some showers here in the Seattle area. 51 degrees the current temperature along with Greg Herschel time Amanda Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Well, the faculty Senate at Washington State University has voted to cut spring break. More from comas. Brian Calvert has news broke that Washington has now surpassed 93,000 code 19 infections. The faculty Senate at Washington State University voted to amend its 2021 calendar. The reason for eliminating spring break is because of public health concerns proposed, Elizabeth Chilton says W S U student instead will be given extra single days off throughout the spring yet Why single out spring break the schools Mary Joe Gonzalez, a majority of the outbreaks, and I'm talking about 99% of them. That happened in the spring came back from students who went on spring break, The Senate voted to acts the spring break, meaning the provost. Now it just has to approve it. Gonzaga is considering canceling spring breakers. Well, however, there is still a spring break on the 2021 calendar for the University of Washington. Brian Calvert Camo news. So Gates envisions the day when a Corona virus vaccine will be administered in drive thru settings. They spoke about it on NBC's Meet The Press yesterday on Li Wei will get completely back to normal. Is by having not maybe not the first generation vaccines but eventually a vaccine that is super effective and that a lot of the people take Kate says the U. S could face an even higher death toll if her response doesn't improve, especially with testing. He says more people need access to tests if you've been diagnosed with covert 19 within the past week, but the symptoms are manageable. Researchers at the University of Washington are hoping you'll take part in a new clinical trial. We get more on this from comas, Carleen Johnson, the new clinical trial called active to outpatient, monoclonal.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hour. I'm Vincent Cunningham in for David Remnick. When we look back at everything that's gone on in 2020, our heads will fill with images empty City streets. Ah Field Hospital set up in Central Park and the image of George Floyd's death at the knee of a policeman, which I think will remember as a turning point in America's reckoning with race. Just weeks before George Floyd, there was another unwatchable, haunting video. Which might have kindled the fire that soon blazed up across the country. That video showed a young black man named Ahmad Armory. Gunned down by white men. One of those men took the video. And no one was arrested for the crime for 2.5 months. Why How The six month anniversary of Ahmad Arbor. His death producer Caroline Lester takes a very close look at what happened in the aftermath. The Brunswick News is a daily paper covering southeast Georgia. Terry Hobbs is a reporter for the paper. He's got the police speak. I was home and just stay in age of journalism, and especially in a small community like this. I picked it up on Facebook. There's a group here that runs golden. Our scanner updates and somebody's listening to the scanner almost all the time. And they picked up on scanner that the person that shot possibly killed in scintilla shores. I remember that I was lying on the couch and I got this call from a unknown number. Wanda Cooper Jones is Ahmad, our Berries. Mother. I knew something had happened in France is really bad. And then I'm just holding the phone waiting for him to tell me which one of the kids, isn't it? This isn't Marquis so easy. Tomato. I got in touch with the police PR. He gave me a little bit of information that yes, there was a burglary suspect. Hey, was shot is deceased and the reaction? It was no reaction. I don't know. I didn't feel anything that is. It's a feeling and I.
"ah field hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With the risk of dry lightning, gusty, erratic winds and new fire starts has thunderstorms A slight chance coming in by this afternoon and continuing through tonight. Temperature sixties along the coast seventies to upper eighties around the bay to the mid nineties. Well inland. This's The New Yorker radio hour. I'm Vincent coming him in for David Remnick. When we look back at everything that's gone on in 2020, our heads will fill with images. Empty City streets. Ah Field Hospital set up in Central Park. The image of George Floyd's death at the knee of a policeman, which I think will remember as a turning point in America's reckoning with race. Just weeks before George Floyd, there was another unwatchable, haunting video, which might have kindled the fire that soon blazed up across the country. That video showed a young black man named Ahmad Armory. Sundown by white men. One of those men took the video. And no one was arrested for the crime for 2.5 months. Why How The six month anniversary of Ahmad Armor, his death producer Caroline Lester takes a very close look at what happened in the aftermath. The Brunswick News is a daily paper covering southeast Georgia. Terry Hobbs is a reporter for the paper. He's got the police beat. I was home and just taken a journalism and especially in a small community like this. I picked it up on Facebook is a group here that runs Golden. Now scanner updates and somebody's listening to the scanner almost all the time. And they picked up on the scanner that the person that shot possibly killed in scintilla shores. I remember that I was I was lying on the couch and I got this call from a unknown number. Wanda Cooper Jones is Ahmad our Berries. Mother. I knew something had happened in Bronson really bad And then I'm just holding the phone waiting for him to tell me. Which one of the kids is? It isn't market so easy. Tomorrow. I got in touch with the police. He gave me a little bit of information that yes, there was a burglary suspect. Um, hey, was shot is deceased. And the reaction? It was no reaction. I don't know. I didn't feel anything that is It's a feeling and I never felt before filling out whenever we want Phil again. This is a guy in the middle of the street, and he's shot dead on a quiet Sunday afternoon..
"ah field hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In American history, this is it. The EPA effectively banned lead from gasoline. If you get just a little bit more lead in your body, your score falls four points. Join us for the second episode in our four part series on the concept of intelligence that's on the next radio left today at noon on 93.9 FM WNYC. This's w N. Y C. 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. This's The New Yorker radio hour. I'm Vincent Cunningham in for David Remnick. When we look back at everything that's gone on in 2020, our heads will fill with images empty City streets. Ah Field Hospital set up in Central Park and the image of George Floyd's death at the knee of a policeman, which I think will remember as a turning point in America's reckoning with race. Just weeks before George Floyd, there was another unwatchable, haunting video. Which might have kindled the fire that soon blazed up across the country. That video showed a young black man named Ahmad Armory. Sundown by white men. One of those men took the video. And no one was arrested for the crime for 2.5 months. Why How The six month anniversary of Ahmad Armor, his death producer Caroline Lester takes a very close look at what happened in the aftermath. The Brunswick News is a daily paper covering southeast Georgia. Terry Hobbs is a reporter for the paper. He's got the police speak. I was home and just stay in age of journalism, and especially in a small community like this. I picked it up on Facebook. There's a group here that runs golden. Our scanner updates and somebody's listening to the scanner almost all the time. And they picked up on the scanner than a person was shot possibly killed in Scintilla shores. I remember that I was lying on the college and I got this call from a unknown number. Wanda Cooper Jones is Ahmad our Berries. Mother. I knew something had happened in Bronson really bad And then I'm just holding the phone waiting for him to tell me. Which one of the kids, isn't it? This isn't market so easy. Tomorrow. I got in touch with the police PR. He gave me a little bit of information that yes, there was a burglary suspect. Hey, was shot. He is deceased and the reaction. It was no reaction. I don't know. I didn't feel anything that.