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"charlie hodges" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cell phone during a wrestling event at that school Major League Baseball coming down hard on the Houston Astros fallout from a sign stealing scandal Astros manager A. J. henshin general manager Jeff Ludo were fired by the team not long after and they'll be suspended the pair for year baseball commissioner rob Manfred found that manager AJ Hanson GM Jeff Luna how did not come up with the idea to watch a video monitor of catcher signs they be trash cans to let the batters no they would get an off speed pitch today it's a very difficult day for the Houston Astros Astros owner Jim crane I have higher standards for the city and the franchise and I'm going above and beyond MLB's penalty so he's firing hints and Lou now for not stopping the practice the Astros are also getting a five million dollar fine in losing draft picks Charlie Hodges for CBS news Dallas right now the potential problems for the red Sox manager Alex Cora was part of the Astros in twenty seventeen and he's likely on the hot seat MLB commissioner rob Manfred announced a strongly hinting that coral will face equal or more than the hinge and blew out dead because core develop that sign stealing system that was used by Houston the red Sox are under investigation for signs dealing in course first season as manager in twenty eighteen the red Sox won the World Series the Senate is expected to take up its own version of a war powers resolution in the coming weeks all in response to the U. S. attack that killed rants top general because some stolen money Majority Leader Mitch McConnell critical of Democrats who have criticized the attack saying they are quibbling over the word imminent McConnell says the strike appears to have restored a measure of deterrence in the region followed for.

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Christ in fort worth Charlie Hodges has the details progress we've transported all three one with your progress one patient died en route to the hospital in a third remains in critical condition it happened around eleven Sunday morning med star's machair Tricity says ambulance workers found three people were shocked when they were allowed to get to the church she says the one with CPR progress died at the scene she does not know where the victim in critical condition with shock the Austin police department swat team responded to a call in east Austin they went to the fifty eight hundred block of techno center drive on Sunday afternoon this incident stemmed from a domestic dispute call in fort branch of Truman's landing which is an apartment complex in east Austin swat search the initial unit with the impression the suspect was still inside however he was not located and remains at large residents are being asked to avoid the area the Austin board of realtors is concerned about mobility and the environment as a city council works on the land development code re write a B. O. ours Reno Manzella says the council's work on land along major corridors known as transition zones is all about more housing density things will start to look at the transitions downstairs to make sure that they just don't clog an artery in terms of the area with so much housing that people can't move around in that area Hans is Manziel's says I'm a B. O. R. cannot support these zones but is competent counsel can address that and rewrite the process police are asking for help in locating a teenager who went missing in Austin on Saturday afternoon Hayden bells seventeen described as a white male five foot nine inches tall when you're on a hundred and thirty pounds last seen outside.

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Found Salem in a room with the suspect. The suspect is in jail facing charges Salem taken to a hospital for a checkup. And is now back with their parents Charlie Hodges for CBS news. Fort Worth a tornado watch is in effect this morning for parts of Louisiana and Mississippi as powerful storms continue to roll through the south. A large tornado was reported this morning in southwest Louisiana. The severe weather system spawned. Dozens of tornadoes in the central plains Nebraska and Kansas, all around forty tornadoes on Friday and at least ten more funnels were reported in Oklahoma and Texas this weekend. The Martin Richard foundation is hosting spring service day. It is happening today from noon to four pm at the Kennedy institute for the US Senate Columbia point. That's endorsed Chester on Morrissey boulevard. It a family friendly event focusing on several service projects that positively impact youth populations who need extra support activities today include filling backpacks and making blankets three to what here, ignition Linda. Spacex led by Elon Musk is suing the federal government, although the exact reason is secret is believe it's over a contract bidding process. But the company added the core keep the proceedings under wraps, because they include confidential and propriety information. Right now back to the roads. It has ten three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. David, on the south shore, route three northbound heavy for close to a mile getting by a crash before route.

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Kilmeade. Hey, welcome back. Everyone twenty five minutes before the top of the hour with be right now is somebody you've seen everywhere. But the first time he's coming on the radio show because he's got a book out. And it's a story that I know, you know, about Matt gut here the author of the boys in the cave deep inside the impossible rescue in Thailand. Matt welcome predate you being here. Thanks, Brian Ravin. So they give me some time at ABCD to talk about the book, a little, can you believe it? I can't believe right now. So you got a window. So do you cover so many stories? What about this story? Did you say this is gonna last this is something I gotta tell I just when I was outside the cave reporting on the first boy being rescued live on good Morning, America. And I already then knew that I didn't know ally. Right. There was so much that we didn't know and over the next couple of weeks. I just kept pressing it, right? I knew some. Something happened inside the cave that we didn't know about and the rescue was so much more touching go than anybody realized. And one of the things that sort of set me on this trail of writing the book was interviewing the US special forces US special tactics team based out of Okinawa Japan. And I learned that these folks were seminal and planning managing and then executing the actual rescue itself. And they were the people who actually convinced the Thai government gotta go through with this and thirty six hours before the rescue operation began on July eighth the major for the special tactics team, Charlie Hodges, great guy sitting down in this big meeting with all the time. Leadership and he should've wanted a zero risk option. They wanted to all the boys out they wanted to wait until the monsoon season was over and the boys would walk out of the cave when it drained and dried out, but special tactics team was like, listen, these kids are gonna drown. There's fifteen percent oxygen in the chamber where they're in. They're going to fifty eight and we can't get food back there. So they're either gonna drown by these writers, zinc rising floodwaters, they're gonna starve to death or they're going to his fixate. You have one choice. If you keep them in their everybody dies or you go for this extraction dive. And then some of them are gonna dive. So the incident commander who was tie. It was like, okay. So what do you guys consider a successful mission here? What would you consider a success and Charlie Hodges said to them? Well, listen, if we bring one boy back to his parents, I consider that a success. How many boys were in their twelve boys one coach and they'd been in there at that? Point for about sixteen days through the chances of of leaving us even knowing where they went talk about that. How do we even know that they these guys because of the rain they wanted to get shelter? The story goes, and they want deep in the cave and they into water gets high. And they can't get out. It was even know. So your dad, right? I'm was your daughter doing. In orlando. Next week. The college soccer showcase. Okay. So my daughter also plays soccer going excursions and this team Saturday after practice the coach takes them out for an excursion a team building exercise like this is something arcades do all the time. The differences in this country, the coaches, typically tell the parents what they're about to do Thailand things are a bit looser and other kids told her parents that they were going into the cave either. So everybody sets out on the bicycling trip after practice, and they go into the cave, and it's kind of a right of passage in Thailand. Kids go in there. They go three miles in or even more little bit three and a half miles in they scribble their names on the wall and they come back yard out. It's like a four five hour trip. And so they thought they do this. But on this particular day, it started to rain and rain hard and heated already rained three feet more than normal. And so the mountain which normally absorbs all of this rain started expelling it and the water started coursing right through the cave and on their way out. They realized they were totally trapped. There was no way out. And then it kept retreating farther and farther back into the cave. And I thought it was just last a couple of days or hours and the day after day, and they were as you said they were in there for ten days before they were found these two British divers. These middle aged pasty Brit who happened to be really good at one thing, and that's cave diving, and they went all the way in and and you know, Brian nowhere. Do you mean where they were just really looking for? So this like, okay, let's step back. So the whole world become obsessed with finding these kids, and you've covered a million survival stories on FOX and friends. You know, we do this lost it's alive. Yeah. They never survive. People always die like ten days in a flash flood. There's no way that having drowned or starved to death, but the whole world converges on this cave in Thailand. And by the time ten days in that they send in these British divers who are the best in the world diving in murky water in these types of caves, there are ten thousand people involved in the rescue. But there's nothing in the world that can penetrate vis far into the cave. No censor. No satellite. No cell phone. No radar. Nothing. The only sensor that these two Brits had who are really good at cave diving in just sort of these unicorns was their nose. So every time there was an area that had an air pocket. They would surface and starts sniffing around and in this one area, which was called chamber, nine vase smelled something horrific. They thought it was bodies. They thought it was corpses. And they keep paddling farther, and suddenly they hear sounds. And it's the kids, and then this is the famous video related ask. How many are you? And they say thirteen and they were blown away. They thought it smelled so bad in there, Brian because they've been in there for days that they thought it was death. But it was actually just you know. Yeah. People living there, and they're all alive. They couldn't believe it. But the next challenge was it was like, this was the most complicated cave. Dive in the world and the two best cave. Divers barely survived getting in there. It was really hard for them. So they're starting to think. Okay. These kids are the US special forces guys the US special tactics team the three fifty third based out of Okinawa told me it would have been easier to have provisioned people on the moon to have communicated with people on the moon than it was to actually reach anybody inside this cave. So there the Brits and the Americans who are ready. They're on the ground. The Brits come out. They tell them they found the boys. And now everybody starts saying. Well, how the heck are we going to get them out of there? I mean, we can't even get in there. How are we gonna get them out? And this is the next challenge. And then they start trying to figure out. Well, how do we do this? How do we do this mission impossible, and you do lose a diver, right? Oh, one of the Thai divers, so one of the ways they figure out if they have to start provisioning the cave with air tanks and this tie diver goes in and he dies he's fixed. But the real story is. That there was so many people there and they were feeling in so many air tanks every day and air tanks. Compressors that fill the tanks with air run on internal combustion engines, and they give off carbon monoxide. So apparently, according to the divers some of the carbon monoxide mixed with the air. And that's what caused this guy to die. Why was such a cluster? There was so much chaos. And that's what the special tactics team from the US air force. Did they basically created central organization, and they're like, okay? You guys do this. You guys do this or we're going to do this. Here's how we're going to manage this. They created a decision matrix where everybody had to function by. And that was really would you say that it was good of tie to allow an American to take control that took a lot of pride. Right. I you know, diplomatically, we can't say they took control the acted as very important advisers. Right. So they were given the Thai government the options of what they could do and the Thai government was saying. Yeah, your name so huge of the Thai government to accept help and not just from the United States. But from all over the world, and one of the things that we heard was a big deal was how do you teach these kids to dive quickly given the basics to you take the heaviest kid or the whitest kids? I do you get the sickest kid out first or last and the coach. Agreed. I'll be last right. Sort of. So that's what everybody thought. So this is one of the things that we learned during the dive itself right during the rescue. The divers. These Brits had actually saved four guys beforehand, and who has been stuck there. Just four pump workers who got marooned because the water rose so fast. They got stuck half a mile into the cave. Nobody even knew about them until these Brits found them. So they started rescuing them, and they realize they rescued these guys that these dudes completely panicked, and they're thinking, well, if these grownups panicked when we rescued them on like, a sixty foot dive, what are these kids going to do through a mile of underwater, swimming, and they realized they had to sedate these kids and Brian by sedating the kids they knocked them into next Tuesday. Did they brought wine they brought in this Australian diver who is a unicorn himself. He was one of the world's best divers capable of diving seven hundred feet down in a cave who happens to be a cave. Diver who happens to be an anesthesiologist who happens to be in Australia, which is not that. Far from from Thailand, they brought him in when the mission finally started on on ju July eighth key went all the way back to the end of the cave. And what he did is. I he caved gave the kids Xanax, then he gave them each a shot of ketamine and one leg and then atropine in the other leg atropine dries up the secretions. And they were so knocked out you could have amputated an arm or a leg done open heart surgery, and they would have felt a thing. The problem with ketamine is that it is it enters your system fast. Not too quickly. Also leaves your system fast. So within twenty five minutes these boys started coming to so knowing this the anesthesiologist gave these British divers who had no medical experience whatsoever. Really these anesthesia kits so they're swimming along carrying each one diver to one boy swimming, along in this case, and we're talking about passages that are from your table here down to the floor two and a half feet sometimes less sometimes it was so tight they have to push the boys in head of them. And then follow them or pull the boys behind them. Just to get them through these spaces. The kids start jerking awake. And the first ever to go through Jason Melanson is like oh my God. What am I gonna do? So in the tunnel. This is the first time ever ministering shot to anyone. He finds an area where he could actually poke his head out of the water. He pins the boy to the wall of this jagged cave fishes around in his pouch for the syringe and the needle he opens it up and suddenly all this stuff starts floating in the water. He's like frantically holding the boy with one hand trying to grab the syringe and the deal with the other finally finds stuff floating in the water puts it together in his mouth takes the needle jabs it into the kids leg, and they wait there until the kid passes out again. Then finally, he takes the kid and start swimming. And he's got to do that three more times..

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And two to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ. He's radio KLBJ on their opinions continue to be deeply split over. President Trump's decision to withdraw all US troops from Syria. Florida Republican Marco Rubio tells a daily briefing with Dana Perino he thinks it's the wrong move. This goes forward. Isis is going to re emerge as a stronger, maybe not the way they were before but different but powerful the less as an insurgency as powerful insurgency that can then carry out huge propaganda gains around the world, raise money plot and or inspire attacks abroad. So this is a police action on behalf of the American people because we're their number one target Senator Mike Lee, a Utah Republican praises the move saying congress never declared war in Syria. So we shouldn't be there. Anyway, the feds are investigating complaints that steering can fail on some ram pickup. Trucks investigation covers about two hundred thousand ram twenty-five. Hundreds from twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or nitsa is invest. Linkage between the steering box in front wheels. That it says can come apart one owner complained the problem happened while rounding a curve at sixty five to seventy miles an hour when he lost during the truck went off the right side of the road hit some ditches before stopping on the shoulder. One person was hurt. KLBJ's? Charlie Hodges reports officials are determining if a recall is necessary textile announces the capital area rural transportation system or carts is getting a piece of twenty million dollars..

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Before the top of the hour with be right now is somebody you've seen everywhere for the first time. He's coming on the radio show because he's got a book out. And it's a story that I know, you know, about Matt Gutman's here. He's the author of the boys in a cave deep inside the impossible rescue in Thailand. Matt welcome you being here. Thanks, brian. Thanks for having me some time at ABC the to talk about the book. Can you believe it, right? I can't believe right now. So you got a window. So do you cover so many stories? What about this story? Did you say this is gonna last this is something I gotta tell I just when I was outside the cave reporting on the first boy being rescued live on good Morning, America. And I already knew that I didn't know a lot right? There was so much that we didn't. No. And over the next couple of weeks. I just kept pressing it, right? I knew something happened inside the cave. We didn't know about and the rescue is so much more touching go than anybody realized. And one of the things that sort of set me on this trail of writing the book was interviewing the US special forces US special tactics team based out of Okinawa Japan. And I learned that these folks were seminal and planning managing and then executing the actual rescue itself. And they were the people who actually convinced the tide government. It got to go through with this and thirty six hours before the rescue operation began on July eighth the major for the special tactics team, Charlie just great guy sitting down in this big meeting with all the leadership and he wanted a zero risk option. They wanted all the boys out they wanted to wait until the monsoon season was over the boys would walk out of the cave when it drained and dried out, but special tactics team was like, listen, these kids are gonna drown. There's fifteen percent oxygen in the chamber where they're in. They're to fix eight and we can't get food back there. So they're either going to drown by these rising rising floodwaters, they're going to starve to death or they're going to fix it. You have one choice if you keep them in their everybody dies or you go for this extraction dive. And then some of them are gonna dive. So the incident commander who was like. Okay. So what do you guys consider a successful mission here? What would you consider a success and Charlie Hodges said to them or listen, if we bring one boy back to his parents, I consider that a success? How many boys were in their twelve boys? One coach and had been in there at that point for about sixteen days through the chances of of even us even knowing where they went talk about that. How do we even know that they these guys because of the rain they want to get to the story goes, and they want deep in the cave, and they end the water gets high the cake it out it was heavily even know. So your dad, right? What is your daughter doing in Orlando? A year in next week. A college soccer showcase sock. Okay. So my daughter also plays soccer by these kids going excursions and this team has Saturday after practice the coach takes them out for an excursion a team building exercise like this is something our kids do all the time the differences in this country, the coaches typically tell the parents what they're about to do been Thailand things are a bit looser. And now the kids told her parents that they were going into the cave either. So everybody sets out on the bicycling trip after practice, and they go into the cave, and it's kind of a right of passage in Thailand. Kids go in there. They go three miles in or even more a little bit three and a half miles in a Scribbler names on the wall and they come back yard. It's a four five hour trip. And so they thought they do this. But on this particular day, it started to rain and rain hard, and he heated already rained three feet more than normal. And so the mountain which normally absorbs all of this rain started expelling it and the water started coursing right through the cave and on their way out. They realized they were totally trapped. There was no way out. And then it kept retreating farther and. Farther back into the cave. And I thought it would just last a couple of days or hours and this day after day, and they were as you said they were in there for ten days before they were found there was these two British divers. These middle aged pasty Brits who happened to be really good at one thing, and that's cave diving, and they went all the way in and and you know, Brian nowhere. Do you mean where they were just really looking for? So this like, okay, let's step back. So the whole world become obsessed with finding these kids, and you've covered a million survival stories on FOX and friends. You know, would you this lost? They never survive. These people always die ten days in a flash flood like there's no way that having drowned or starved to death, but the whole world converges on this cave in Thailand. And by the time ten days in that they send in these British divers who are the best in the world at diving in murky water in these types of caves, there are ten thousand people involved in the rescue. But there's nothing in the world that can penetrate this far into the cave. No censor. No satellite. No cell phone. No radar. Nothing. The only sensor that these two Brits had we're really good at cave diving in just sort of these unicorns was their nose. So every time there was an area that had an air pocket. They would surface and starts sniffing around and in this one area, which was called chamber nine. They smelled something horrific. They thought it was bodies. They thought it was corpses. And they keep paddling farther and hear sounds, and it's the kids, and then this is the famous video related ask. How many are you? And they say. Thirteen and they were blown away. They thought it smelled so bad in there, Brian because they'd been in there for days that they thought it was death. But it was actually just you know, people living there. And they're all alive. The couldn't believe it. But the next challenge was it was like, this was the most complicated cave. Dive in the world and the two best cave. Divers barely survived getting in there. It was really hard for them. So they're starting to think. Okay. These kids are you a special forces guys the US special tactics team, the three fifty third base side of Okinawa told me it would have been easier to provision people on the moon to have communicated with people on the moon than it was to actually reach anybody inside this cave. So they're the bricks and the Americans who are there on the ground. The Brits come out. They tell them they found the boys and everybody starts saying. Well, how the heck are we can get them out of there? I mean, we can't even get in there. How are we going to get them out? And this is the next challenge. I mean, it's and then they start trying to figure out. Well, how do we do this? How do we do this mission impossible, and you lose a diver, right? Oh, one of the Thai divers, so one of the ways they figure out if they have to start provisioning the cave with air tanks, and this tide dive or goes in and he dies he is fixed. But the real story is. That there was so many people there and there were filling in so many air tanks every day and air tanks. Compressors that fill the tanks with air run on internal combustion engines, and they give off carbon monoxide. So apparently, according to the divers some of the carbon monoxide mixed with the air. And that's what caused this guy was such a cluster. There was so much chaos. And that's what the special tactics team from the US air force. Did they basically created sexual organization, and they're like, okay? You guys do this. You guys do this or we're going to do this. Here's how we're going to manage this. They created a decision matrix where everybody had to function by. And that was really would you say that it was good of tie to allow an American to take control that took a lot of pride. Right. I you know, diplomatically, we can't say they took control the acted as very important advisers. Right. So they were given the Thai government the options of what they could do. And the Thai government was saying, yeah, you're so huge of the Thai government to accept help and not just from the United States. But from all over the world, and one of the things that we heard was a big deal was how do you teach kids to dive quickly given the basics to you take the heaviest kid or the whitest kids? I do you get the sickest kid out first or last and the coach. Agreed. I'll be last right sort of. So that's what everybody thought. So this is one of the things that we learned during the dive itself right during the rescue. The divers. These Brits had actually saved four guys beforehand, and who has been stuck there. Just four pump workers who got marooned because the water rose so fast. They got stuck half a mile into the cave. Nobody even knew about them until these Brits found them. So they started rescuing them, and they realized when they rescued these guys that these dudes Coakley panicked, and they're thinking, well, if these grownups panicked when we rescued them on like, a sixty foot dive, what are these kids going to do through a mile of underwater, swimming, and they realized they had to sedate these kids and Brian by sedating the kids they knocked them into next Tuesday. They did they brought wine they brought in this Australian diver who is a unicorn himself. He was one of the world's best divers capable of diving seven hundred feet down in a cave who happens to be a cave. Diver who happens to be an anesthesiologist who happens to be in Australia, which is not that. Far from from Thailand, they brought him in when the mission finally started on on July eighth. He went all the way back to the end of the cave. And what he did is. I he caved gave the kids Xanax, then he gave them each a shot of ketamine and one leg and then atropine in the other leg atropine dries up the secretions. And they were so knocked out you could have amputated an arm or leg done open heart surgery, and they would have felt a thing. The problem with ketamine is that it is it enters your system. Fast knocks you out quickly. Also leaves your system fast. So within twenty five minutes these boys started coming to so knowing this the anesthesiologist gave these British divers who had no medical experience whatsoever. Really these anesthesia kits so they're swimming long carrying each one diver to one boy swimming along in this cave. And we're talking about passages that are from your table here down to the floor two and a half feet, sometimes less sometimes it was so tight they have to push the boys in head of them. And then follow them or pull the boys behind them. Just to get them through these spaces. And certainly the kids start jerking awake. And the first ever to go through Jason Melanson is like, oh, my what am I gonna do? So in the tunnel. This is his first time ever administering a shot to anyone. He finds an area where he could actually poke his head out of the water. He pins the boy to the wall of this jagged cave fishes around in his pouch for the syringe and the needle he opens it up and suddenly all this stuff starts floating in the water. He's like frantically holding the boy with one hand trying to grab the syringe and the needle with the other finally finds the stuff floating in the water puts it together and his mouth takes the needle jabs it into the kids leg and wait there until the kid passes out again. Then finally, he takes the kid and start swimming. And he's got to do that three more times. Three more injections, just before they reached the American medics who are waiting like at six hundred yard, Mark. And they're just convinced that the kids would panic if they were ever in these situations that they were a would lose their minds. And then typically what people do when they panicked during a dive is they start grabbing at their own face mask, and then grabbing at the rescuers. And they would have killed the fear was killed themselves and the rescuers. You're talking about the most treacherous dive know on the planet point someone no experience. Right. All right to Mexico to finish up this story and tell us we know how it ends. But we don't know the details of what happened. Matt governor's got a brand new book out. It's called the boys in the cave. Deep inside the possible. Rescue in Thailand back with some final thoughts in just a moment. By the way, we just got to tell you a little bit of news Griff Jenkins is reporting that Rick Scott's campaign. We'd go back to election for second or this morning. Scott's attorneys told a cord that he will recuse. Use himself from the certification on the final election. So we'll keep you up to date on what's happening back in a moment. And pick.

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"charlie hodges" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The fastest three hours in radio with Brian Kilmeade. Hey, welcome back. Everyone twenty five minutes before the top of the hour with me right now is somebody you've seen everywhere. But the first time he's coming on the radio show because he's got a book out. And it's a story. I know, you know, about Matt gut here. He's the author of the boys in the cave deep inside the impossible rescue in Thailand. Matt welcome. Appreciate you being here. Thanks, brian. Thanks ravin. So they giving you some time at ABC to talk about the book. He believe it, right. So you got a window. So do you covered so many stories. What about this story? Did you say this is gonna last this is something I gotta tell I just went. I was outside the cave reporting on the first boy being rescued live on good Morning, America. And I already knew that I didn't know ally. Right. There was so much that we didn't know and over the next couple of weeks. I just kept pressing right? I knew something happened inside the case that we didn't know about and the rescue was so much more touching go than anybody realized. And one of the things that sort of set me on this trail of writing the book was interviewing the US special forces US special tactics team based out of Okinawa Japan. And I learned that these folks were seminal and planning managing and then executing the actual rescue itself. And they were the people who actually convinced the Thai government it got to go through with this and thirty six hours before the rescue operation began. On July eighth the major for the special tactics team, Charlie Hodges, great guy, sitting down in this big meeting with all the tie, the leadership, and he the tally should've wanted a zero risk option. They wanted all the boys out they wanted to wait until the monsoon season was over and the boys would walk out of the cave when it drained and dried out, but special tactics team was like, listen, these kids are gonna drown. There's fifteen percent oxygen in the chamber where they're in. They're gonna miss fixate, and we can't get food back there. So they're either going to drown by these writers, zinc rising floodwaters, they're gonna starve to death or they're going to fix you. You have one choice if you keep them in their everybody dies or you go for this extraction dive. And then some of them are gonna dot. So the incident commander who was tie was like, okay. So what do you guys consider a successful mission here? What would you consider a success and Charlie Hodges? Said to them. Well, listen, if we bring one boy back to his parents, I would consider that a success. How many boys were in their twelve boys one coach, and they'd been in there at that point for about sixteen days with the chances of of even us even knowing where they went talk about that. How do we even know that they these guys because of the rain they want to get shelter? The story goes, and they went deep in the cave, and they end the water gets high. They can't get out. It was heavily even know. So your dad, right? I'm was your daughter doing in Orlando. A year in next week rights. Give me the college soccer showcase sock. Okay. So my daughter also play soccer these kids going excursions and this team has Saturday after practice. The coach takes them out for an excursion a team building exercise like this is something arcade kids, do all the time the differences in this country, the coaches typically tell the parents what they're about to do in Thailand things are a bit looser. And now the kids told her parents that they were going into the cave either. So everybody sets out on the bicycling trip after practice, and they go into the cave, and you know, it's kind of a right of passage in Thailand. Kids go in there. They go three miles in or even more little bit three and a half miles in they scribble their names on the wall. And they come back out. It's a four five hour trip. And so they thought they do this. But on this particular day, it started to rain and rain hard, and he did a ready rained three feet more than normal. And so the mountain which normally absorbs all of this rain started expelling it and. The water started coursing through the cave and on their way out. They realized there were totally trapped. There was no way out. And then it kept retreating farther and farther back into the cave. And I thought it would just last a couple of days or hours and this day after day, and they were as you said they were in there for ten days before they were found there was these two British divers. These middle aged pasty Brits who happened to be really good at one thing, and that's cave diving, and they went all the way in and you know, Brian nowhere. Do you mean where they were just looking for? So this like, okay, let's step back. So the whole world become obsessed with finding these kids, and you've covered a million survival stories on FOX and friends. You know, we do this lost its alive. Yeah. They never survive. He's always dialects ten days in a flash flood. Like, there's no way they have drowned or starved to death, but the whole world converges on this cave in Thailand. And by the time ten days in that they send in these British divers who are the best in the world at diving in murky water in these types of caves, there are ten thousand people involved in the rescue. But there's nothing in the world that can penetrate this far into the cave. No censor. No satellite. No cell phone. No radar. Nothing. The only sensor that these two Brits had who are really good at cave diving in just sort of these unicorns was their nose. So every time there was a an area that had an air pocket. They would surface and starts sniffing around and in this one area, which was called chamber nine. They smelled something horrific. They thought it was bodies. They thought it was corpses. And they keep paddling farther, and suddenly they hear sounds. And it's the kids, and then this is the famous video related ask. How many are you? And they say thirteen and they were blown away. They thought it smelled so bad in there, Brian because they'd been in there for days that they thought it was death. But it was actually just. Yeah. People living there. And they're all alive. The couldn't believe it. But the next challenge was it was like, this was the most complicated cave. Dive in the world and the two best cave. Divers barely survived getting in there. It was really hard for them. So they're starting to think. Okay. These kids are. The US special forces guys the US special tactics team, the three fifty third base out of Okinawa told me it would have been easier to provisioned people on the moon to have communicated with people on the moon than it was to actually reach anybody inside this cave. So there the Brits and the Americans who are ready there on the ground. The Brits come out. They tell them they found the boys. And now everybody starts saying. Well, how the heck are we even get out of there? I mean, we can't even get in there. How are we going to get them out? And this is the next challenge. I mean, it's and then they start trying to figure out. Well, how do we do this? How do we do this mission impossible, and you do lose a diver, right? Oh, one of the Thai divers, so one of the ways they figure out as they have to start provisioning the cave with air tanks and this tie diver goes in and he dies. He is fixed rates. But the real story is. That there were so many people there and there were feeling in so many air tanks every day and air tanks. Compressors that fill the tanks with air run on internal combustion engines, and they give off carbon monoxide. So apparently, according to the divers some of the carbon monoxide mixed with the air. And that's what caused this guy to die. Why was such a cluster? There was so much chaos. And that's what the special tactics team from the US air force. Did they basically created central organization, and they're like, okay? You guys do this. You guys do this. We're going to do this. Here's how we're going to manage this. They created a decision matrix where everybody had to function by. And that was really helpful. Would you say that it was good of tie to allow an American take control that took a lot of pride? Right. I you know, diplomatically, we can't say they took control the acted as very important advisers. Right. So they were given the Thai government the options of what they could do and the Thai government was saying, yeah, you're so huge of the Thai government to accept help and not just from the United States. But from all over the world, and one of the things that we heard was a big deal was how do you teach kids to dive quickly given the basics? Do you take the heaviest kid or the whitest kids? I do you get the sickest kid out first or last and the coach. Agreed. I'll be last right. Sort of. So that's what everybody thought. So this is one of the things that we learned during the dive itself right during the rescue. The divers. These Brits had actually saved four guys beforehand and who had been stuck there. Just four pump workers who got marooned because the water rose so fast. They got stuck half a mile into the cave. Nobody even knew about them until these Brits found them. So they started rescuing them, and they realized when they rescued these guys that these dudes completely panicked, and they're thinking, well, if these grownups panicked when we rescued them on like, a sixty foot dive, what are these kids going to do through a mile of underwater, swimming, and they realized they had to sedate these kids and Brian bike sedating the kids they knocked them into next Tuesday. They did they brought wine. They brought in this Austrailian diver. He's a unicorn himself. He was one of the world's best divers capable of diving seven hundred feet down in a cave who happens to be a cave. Diver who happens to be an anesthesiologist who happens to be in Australia, which is not that. Far from from Thailand, they brought him in when the mission finally started on on ju July eighth. He went all the way back to the end of the cave. And what he did is. I he came gave the kids a Xanax, then he gave them each a shot of ketamine and one leg and then atropine in the other leg atropine dries up the secretions. And they were so knocked out you could have amputated an arm or leg done open heart surgery, and they wouldn't have felt a thing. The problem with ketamine is that it is it enters your system. Fast knocks you out quickly. It also leaves your system fast. So within twenty five minutes these boys started coming to so knowing this the anesthesiologist gave these British divers who had no medical experience whatsoever. Really these anesthesia kits so they're swimming along carrying each one diver to one boy swimming along in this cave. And we're talking about passages that are from your table here down to the floor two and a half feet, sometimes less sometimes it was so tight they have to push the boys in head of them. And then follow them or pull the boys behind them. Just to get them through these spaces. And suddenly the kids start jerking awake. And the first ever to go through Jason Melanson is like oh my God. What am I gonna do? So in the tunnel. This is first time ever administering a shot to anyone. He finds an area where he could actually poke his head out of the water. He pins the boy to the wall of this jagged cave fishes around in his pouch for the syringe and the needle he opens it up and suddenly all this stuff starts floating in the water. He's like frantically holding the boy with one hand trying to grab the syringe and the new with the other finally finds the stuff floating in the water puts it together and his mouth takes the needle jabs it into the kids leg, and they wait there until the kid passes out again. Then finally, he takes the kid and start swimming. And he's got to do that three more times. Three more injections. Just before the reached the American medics who are waiting like at that six hundred yard, Mark. And they're just convinced that the kids would panic if they were ever in these situations that they were. They would lose their minds. And then typically what people do when a panic during the dive is they start grabbing at their own face mask, and then grabbing at the rescuers. And they would have killed the fear was killed themselves and the rescuers. You're talking about the most treacherous dive, you know, on the planet point, let alone someone no experience. Right. All right. So mess going to finish up this story. Tell us we know how it ends. But we don't know the details of what happened. Matt governor's got a brand new book out. It's called the boys in the cave. Deep inside the possible. Rescue in Thailand back with some final thoughts in just a moment. By the way, we just got to tell you a little bit of news Griff Jenkins is reporting that Rick Scott's campaign. We'd go back to election for a second early this morning. Scott's attorneys told a cord that he will recuse himself from the certification on the final election. So we'll keep you up to date on what's happening back in a moment. And.

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"All want safer communities. Well, what more jobs well want better schools, and we all want to give our children lives worthy of the promise. These priorities are bigger than any political party. Because first and foremost we. We are Texas. Audrey and John from the university of southern California. She says this election was her first chance to vote for her father in Austin, Chris FOX TSN SMU, political scientists Cal Gylfason says when the Democrats become competitive in taxes, they will have a strong gubernatorial candidate. And then they'll have strengths further down the ticket. You can't win with isolated pockets of strength. Michael Rourke represents this time. You've got to have several big dog nemo. Graphic newcomer calling Allred has beat an incumbent beaten. Incumbent devils congressman Pete sessions who's been in congress for over twenty years some competitive house races to look at it. And Charlie Hodges with me in the studio to take a look at some of the tightest ones. Charlie biggest one right now is John Culbertson who is behind Lizzy panel Fisher about let's see do the math about eight thousand votes separate the two of them. But we'll heard has broken out to a little bit of a lead in his race against Jaime. Ortiz Jones, it's fifty one forty six but about about eight thousand votes, separating the two of them, and he's a very moderate Republican as well data's what? Yes, he is a moderate Republican and in district thirty one John Carter with a four thousand vote lead against j Hager Carter having a very rough ride today. So out of the four Republicans if the Democrats targeted they've taken to their close, again, they're they're taking one they're close to taking to a third is in trouble. And will heard is he's starting to.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

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"A mission to save the living will be come up that against. Lord, his ninety one percent, fresh rotten tomatoes. It's intense and terrific. One album entertaining ride from producer Jj Abrams over Lorne Peterson. I max Friday directed by Julius Avery radar under seventeen without parent. This is an election update. Here's TSN's Barbara Schwartz. Hello, welcome to our election night coverage on TSN. The biggest competitive race is the one right now for the US Senate, Charlie Hodges with me, Charlie. What are the latest numbers from the beta award Ted Cruz race right down the middle. Fifty fifty split about one point six million for cruise one point six million for a rock, but that's only with one and a half percent of the vote in Barbara. Also, it could go either way and SMU political scientist Cal Gylfason is impressed with their campaign cruises the favorite, but a work as run a wonderful campaign. And if he ends up winning this thing he will be a national phenomenon. The battle for the house does have some key battlegrounds right here in Texas, a key battle, and the is a political scientists Cal Jolson is district thirty one John Carter getting a strong challenge from the military vet MJ Hager known Mary Jane Hager. MJ Hager has ran a better race than people expected. Carter is the favourite in that race. If he were to lose Hager, it would mean that that Republicans have probably lost four incumbent. Yeah. Foreign companies and who are the other three. Well, one would be John Culbertson is facing Lizzy panel Fletcher will hurt in a stiff challenge against Gina. Ortiz Jones and in thirty two where Pete sessions getting a big challenge from NFL football player and activist lawyer, Colin Allred, Barbara and the Republican MAC Thornberry of Clarendon, the panhandle it's been reelected. As is democrat. Eddie, Bernice Johnson of Dallas, Mike Conaway keeps the seat in district. Eleven Bill floors Republican re elected in district seventeen. Henry quasar democrat gets reelected as does Michael Burgess to the US house. Al green reelected in Jodi Ericsson, Republican from the US district. House nineteen is reelected. Governor abbot expected to be reelected by double digits. Since Austin bureau chief Chris box at his watch party. You say the confidence.

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

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"FM. This is an election update. Here's TSN's Berber shores, and it is election midterms twenty eighteen we will start with the Senate race between bed or Rourke and the incumbent Ted Cruz and SMU political science Cal Jolson says Aurore ran a good campaign against the incumbent visiting every county in a tireless campaign, then the money started to come in. And he started to close in on cruise and he got within three or four points with about three or four weeks to go. And then he came to back up a little bit. But he recaptured so momentum in the late stages, and this seems to be a four or five point race. And it was the most expensive race ever. Do we have any early numbers on that? Charlie Hodges, Barbara we are looking at Fox News numbers saying that at this point is up fifty four percent two cruises forty four. But looking at the secretary of state's office we have crew. Who's up by seventy eight percent to aerobics twenty one. So the numbers are going to fluctuate a little bit back and forth either way, and until we get a little bit closer to the end. Now there are plenty of competitive races. But the pundits say the governor's race is not one of them SMU political. Scientists Cal Johnson says Greg Abbott will beat former Dallas county sheriff Lavalle does in a landslide. I think we can call that one right now. I think that Greg Abbott one four years go by twenty points. She's gonna come close to that tonight. You'll be in the upper canes. Probably if he breaks through twenty that will be remarkable. But he has not been challenged in the strikes says enthusiasm for Senate candidate better Iraq helped Valdez somewhat in in one of those Dan ballot races. Fred Commissioner democratic challenger Kim Olson's first race sex zag Commissioner is an agency it doesn't legislate. So you've gotta represent all Texans because all Texans eat, and they all wear clothes and Jolson says that she won't beat the incumbent said Miller whose face scrutiny over social media feed. And I think should Miller will also win because no one really knows the democrat running for agriculture Commissioner. So I think that gets a pass the battle for the house has significant key battlegrounds right here in Texas, Charley. Yeah. The battle for the house. The that battle comes right through Texas. Take a look at number of key ones district thirty. One John Carter fighting for his life against military vet Mary Jennings. Hager known as m j in district seven John Culbertson facing Lizzy panel fled Fletcher in twenty three we'll heard stiff challenge from Gina Ortiz. Jones party had thrown some late minute money into that race because it was a little closer than.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"Will be around ninety with sunny skies tonight slow will be around sixty eight with mostly clear skies tomorrow mostly sunny with a high near ninety two news tsn news i'm charlie hodges amazon releases its list.

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07:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Thank you tsn news i'm charlie hodges multiple injuries from an explosion at a pasadena industrial plant saturday twenty two workers were hurt in the blast just before eleven am at a crew array america plant on the city's east side near trinity bay of valve blue and sparked a fire which was down quickly however twenty workers who were burned were taken by ambulance to local hospitals while two others were flown to hospitals a spokesman for the laporte office of emergency management said that all the injured are expected to survive the plant which produces vinyl alcohol for food packaging has had no appearance safety violations in the past david gerald tsn news four people injured yesterday in a helicopter crash in monterey county officials say three people were seriously hurt while a fourth person suffered minor wounds a dp spokesman says the helicopter was a part of a hunting expedition for wounded veterans the topper reportedly hit a group of trees causing it to crash one of the people inside was able to make it out of the helicopter after.

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03:38 min | 3 years ago

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"The blue tsn news i'm charlie hodges the nra convention wraps up today in dallas oliver north will speak at the prayer breakfast protesters in an ira supporters held rallies yesterday the group faith for dallas has been holding prayer vigils during the convention rachel bachman is a methodist pastor members actually agree with us ninety one percent of our members are in favour of background checks on all gun sales is just the leadership has a problem with other groups held rallies for stronger background checks or banning a are fifteen some members of the nra walked on the streets around city hall hearing loaded guns both rally stayed peaceful in the days after the parkland shooting actress and activist eliza milano organized a group named no nra around a hundred of them met at below garden yesterday in dallas to let lawmakers no they mean business when it comes to gun reform this will be a defining issue in this next election and those of you who are on the wrong side of this at your next election unless you're choosing to retire some art you will be fired a small group of protesters were on hand but police report meetings and were peaceful and no arrests were made group is calling for a minimum age of twenty one to purchase a gun in the three day waiting period universal background checks and a ban on high capacity magazines and bump stocks and a member of embattled independent school district member of the houston isd they left the job chiefofstaff cynthia wilson returning to the dallas isd wilson had worked try to keep state from sanctioning ten schools and continue a for over continuing failure failure and improving academic performance some of the campuses could close or the locally elected school board could be taken over a san antonio area man killed saturday by bear county sheriff's deputy after shooting deputies and not dropping his handgun the fifty nine year old man was suspected of physically assaulting a relative on the city's far north side sheriff havi your sellers set the suspect had fled into nearby woods with a handgun and express suicidal thoughts after hearing a single gunshot from the woods deputies found the man on the.

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04:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Or visit earth date dot o r g y k v mm the mm good the no the the the lead the ooh and booth mm the eighty the the both beef no t as i knew charlie hodges authorities say drugged the all an 18yearold in san antonio set up on facebook got him shot san antonio police say the team was shot around three saturday morning as he tried to sell the drugs outside his home after he set up the transaction on the popular social media site he's in stable condition now if he can on trains to carry your firm dallas to oklahoma new rags should not impact your journey the rails used by amtrak for the heartland flyer the runs between fort worth and oklahoma city every day are safe that's the assessment of railroad officials in oklahoma amtrak said it's possible service would be suspended on the tracks that don't have what's known as positive train control or ptc officials with o say they've confirmed with amtrak that the huh art land flyer line is ptc compliant railroads face a urine deadline for getting the systems in place campbell read t s n news richard branson's virgin virgin group says trains running through a vacuum tube could start running it taxes in his early seven years virgins hyper loop one would travel at speeds up to six hundred seventy miles an hour hyper loop one nathan roth says taxes would be one of the first markets purged in america tries to build the system at avenue authorities that are engaged that are really looking for solutions i think you're saying such heat growth rates in texas especially in places like gaza in fort worth as a garnic present major transportation problems he says pobs could run through vacuum tubes on demand and travel from fort worth the dow ten minutes the f w two austin twenty five minutes he doesn't know how much the project might cost but says version is now working on getting financing underway central texas city of basque drops asking for support and a contest they could give the town of big economic boost governor greg abbott has released a video promoting bastards.

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02:36 min | 3 years ago

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"No t as i am knows armed charlie hodges taxes governor takes centre stage speaking at the texas march for life rally governor greg abbott disgust texas progress in decreasing abortions texas continues tonight progress every single year and advancing live in back this is so important because of your health last year the number of abortions in texas dropped by nine thousand over the previous year abbott proclaimed january twenty second is sanctity of human life day in texas that day was the forty anniversary of the us supreme court ruling that legalized abortion david burrows t us in new sadat her a former texas governor and richard sincere richardson stepping down as the head of planned parenthood the nation's largest abortion provider has been under fire overheard twelve year term someone who had been stopped for a traffic violation analysts county south dallas is in jail for shooting at a police officer pels county sheriff's office says a palmer police officer stopped a car heading north on i 45 someone in the car fired at the officer and grazed him officer was not seriously hurt suspect is under arrest dps is leading the investigation the rains have stopped but the pains continue for hurricane harvey victims as pains associated in the aftermath of hurricane harvey continue for southeast taxes with over forty thousand mortgages now over ninety days late fifty eight percent of those in harris county around houston with eight and insurance sometimes not enough to cover damages the concerns now offer possible foreclosures coming to the area campbell read t s n news houston area man's been convicted of several charges resulting firm a 2016 police case in which an officer was killed and an 11yearold boy was killed when their vehicles collided 30yearold garrett william knee of king's word was convicted by a montgomery county jury friday of evading arrest causing serious bodily injuries and other counts a special surprised for deserving hero army spicer listed daniel doumas and his family thought they were going to little elf for nothing more than an interview but it turned out they were actually there to receive a new mortgage free house duma struggles with ptsd and says.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Charlie hodges thousands rally in taxes to protest white supremacy the rally in austin saturday ostermeyer steve adler recognized the racial issues still exist in his town but did all must work together to help solve them all one way to find a solution is to face the challenge and there is only one who should be carrying a porch adler is part of the mayor's compact to combat hate for it hate extreme extremism and bigotry he's a participant between the herbs a partnership between the us a conference of mayors and the anti defamation league adler and the other members pledging to speak vigorously against the acts of hate enforce hate crime laws aggressively and promote antibias education in schools over two thousand people rallied in dallas at the city hall speaking against white supremacy and to bring down confederate statute three is three ars toward the end of the advantage scuffle broke out between those who support or no and oppose confederate monuments police officers on horseback broke up two sides near a memorial dallas police say vandals spray painted the word nazi on his stature of confederate general robert e lee crew of city workers went to leap park early saturday to powerwash the smashed foods that was scrawled on one of the stats use a police spokeswoman says extra patrols will be in the park to prevent further vandalism ten years in prison and the repayment of one of fifty one billion dollars is the sentence for dallas defended in a health care.

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02:23 min | 4 years ago

"charlie hodges" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

"He said news i'm charlie hodges abode accident near chapel kills a fouryearold girl temple police say that kaitlan oliver died about an hour after being struck by a boat on friday evening for thirty seven year old father suffered injuries that caused his legs to be amputated and is in serious condition at temple lake park the small girl have been struck by the propeller of a recreational houseboat and her father was attempting to rescue her akawi man is being held at the bell county jail but authorities are indicating of he was the driver of the boat david baril t r new screw suspended the search for fishermen who is wiped away by a strong card friday morning near the san louise bridge our past bridge nineteen year old jacobs said laws ski and another teen fishing in just deep when a strong current hit the other team was able to get his bearings and get safety 19year are part meet former bald springs police officer roy oliver friday posted up the two hundred thousand dollar bond after a grand jury indicted him on two counts of aggravated assault for an incident in oak cliff a woman says oliver paul the gone on her after a minor traffic stop oliver was off duty and out of uniform at the time all are already posted another of the five hundred thousand dollar bond of them murder of a 15yearold boy named jordan edwards dallas county de a faith johnson says the murder cases not ready for the grand jury yet my office we may committed to seeking just is in that case and that the death of mr was however keegan mind steel and across the aisle investigating neck hey were you say a sevenmonthold boy has died after he was left in a car outside of a houston business while his father was inside working authorities say the infants thirty six year old father had dropped off two of his three children at a day care friday and then went to work the board normally was left with a babysitter and the man's wife called him at the end of the workday enquiring were at the child what we still have some rain in taxes from this weekend storms the covered just about all of the state some areas and fort worth getting over two and a half inches of rain some people getting up to five five inches in isolated areas.

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