18 Burst results for "Dr Ben Hoffman"

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kisses, chief of the hospital's infectious diseases division, he says a scarf over the mouth is no substitute for a two layer cloth mask. The best maths or Surgical style masks that have several layers of material or if you're making them yourself out of cloth, at least double layer of cloth. Plus, there's another downside. One of the problems with this scarf is when you get indoors, you take it off. And then suddenly you're massless. So you know, I really think that people should have the mask on and then if they need Scarf for warmth that should be on top of the mask and not not in place of the mask. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio booster seats for kids. Ah congressional investigation is looking into the safety standards of car booster seats after a CBS investigation showed many were putting Children's lives in danger. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says some recommendations by booster See companies might not be the best advice. Among the criticisms. Some companies recommendations. Children as light is £30 use booster seats. Medical experts say a booster may not offer adequate crash protection for a child that small The industry says it's legal in the U. S. Dr. Ben Hoffman is a lead author of Car seat recommendations for the American Academy of Pediatrics. There is not a scenario in which I would ever want to see a child under £40 in a booster seat. It's just not necessary. Trade Association counters that boosters are a child's best defense in a car seat and that they support federal ranks. Make WBZ NewsRadio part of your Morning routine. Smart speaker When you first wake up WBC news radio 10 30 from my heart radio, BBC radio in your car on the way to work, Jeff Brown..

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"Been infected those numbers from Johns Hopkins University the director of the Wuhan institute of virology in China says that claims that the global pandemic originated there are pure fabrication while scientists believe the pathogen was passed from bats to humans to another species likely sold at a market place in Wuhan late last year the front page of The New York Times today everyone is talking about it that featured the names of one thousand people who died from covert nineteen in the U. S. paper states the numbers alone can't possibly measure the impact of coronavirus in America both of the free testing events organized by Fairfax county health department and the Virginia department of health this weekend at the close to many people wanting to get tested the baileys elementary school testing site met capacity in just two hours three Smithsonian museums in DC or collecting artifacts from the pandemic one item of interest facemask is ten twenty one drowning is the leading cause of death for toddlers and a top cause of death for teens as well our kids are at home more during the pandemic in pediatrics and pediatricians worry with social distancing rules still in place it's not likely you'll be able to get your kids swimming lessons this summer what that means is that we need to rely on other layers of protection to keep them safe around water Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says one layer should be a fence around your pool with a latching gate if you don't have one get one and kids who can't swim well need Coast Guard approved life jackets but it's not just pools young children in the bathtub should also have constant supervision running out to answer phone calls or the door given those kids at rest and things happened fast Sarah Jacobs WTOP news also tonight the concerns of parents are falling behind on vaccinations they thought it was bad one pediatric vaccinations were down thirty percent in March and it was more significant in April with about a fifty six percent decrease with Maryland department of health Dr share all depends who is concerned about a resurgence of measles whooping cough and polio she says parents you need to stick to your children's immunization schedule doctor offices and other healthcare providers are implementing a wide variety of practice changes and strategies to make their offices as safe as possible during the pandemic vaccinations protect your family and to the community Christi hing WTOP news as things start to open up again it is been weeks or even months since anyone has been inside their offices so after the lights there is one more thing you should turn on the plumbing in your office has been sitting there the last couple of months and then it means the.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"Of course from Johns Hopkins University the director of the Wuhan institute of virology in China's claiming saying that the claims of the global pandemic originated there are quote pure fabrication scientists believe the pathogen was passed from bats to human to another species likely sold at a market place in Wuhan late last year the front page of The New York Times jaw dropping feature the names of one thousand people who've died from covert nineteen in the U. S. paper stating that the numbers alone cannot possibly measure the impact of the corona virus in America that was one one hundredth of the total both of the free testing events organized by Fairfax county health department and the Virginia department of health over the weekend had to close to many people waiting to be tested the balance of and interest will testing site met capacity in just two hours the Smithsonian museums in DC collecting artifacts from the pandemic one item of interest facemask running is the leading cause of death for toddlers and top cases top causes for death some teams as well our kids are at home now during the pandemic in pediatrics officials worry those numbers will rise with social distancing rules still in place it's not likely you'll be able to get your kids swimming lessons this summer what that means is that we need to rely on other layers of protection to keep them safe around water Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says one layer should be a fence around your pool with a latching gate if you don't have one get one and kids who can't swim well need Coast Guard approved life jackets but it's not just pools young children in the bathtub should also have constant supervision running out to answer phone calls or the door given those kids at rest and things happened fast Sarah Jacobs WTOP news also parents are failing falling behind on vaccinations and health officials are concerned they thought it was bad one pediatric vaccinations were down thirty percent in March and it was more significant in April with about a fifty six percent decrease with Maryland department of health Dr Cheryl depend too is concerned about a resurgence of measles whooping cough and polio she says parents you need to stick to your children's immunization schedule pediatric offices and other healthcare providers are implementing a wide variety of practice changes and strategies to make their offices as safe as possible during the pandemic vaccinations protect your family and to the community Christi hing WTOP news twenty three as things start to open up again it's been weeks or even months since anyone has been inside your office so after the lights there is one more thing you should turn off the plumbing in your office has been sitting there the last couple of months and then it means the water and it is no good the.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"To Johns Hopkins University the director of the Wuhan institute of virology in Wuhan China says claims that the global pandemic originated in the facility are quote your fabrication most scientists believe the pathogen was passed from bats to humans through an intermediary species likely sold at a market place in Wuhan late last year U. S. Chief Justice John Roberts was the commencement speaker for his son's high school class he told graduates in the virtual commencement to appreciate their genuine accomplishments while preparing to be tested by a jarring and unexpected moral the drive thru corona virus testing site at Bailey's elementary school in Fairfax county reached capacity early the site was supposed to be open until six but closed early the card that showed up had to turn around tomorrow ten to six and ten AM to six PM in Alexandria free drive through or walk up testing at landmark mall and also walk up only testing at the core Kelly school for math science and technology three Smithsonian museums in DC are launching coronavirus collection projects the gathering artifacts from the pandemic including face masks homemade and mass produced as we are officially kick off summer this weekend pediatricians a warning that the stay at home advisories could increase the risk of child drownings because of the pandemic it's unlikely that parents are going to be able to find some lessons for their kids for the foreseeable future pediatrician Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says what that means is parents will need to rely on other layers of protection to keep kids safe around water kids are gonna be in swimming pools make sure they're wearing a costar group life jacket they're not good swimmers but it's not just pools even a bath tub can create a drowning hazard for children especially with care givers who may be distracted by work or other responsibilities whenever kids are in the back somebody is watching them constantly mission turn your back even for a.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com search corona virus as we unofficially kick off summer this weekend pediatricians warn the stay at home advisories were following may increase the risk of child drownings because of the pandemic it's unlikely that parents are going to be able to find some lessons for their kids for the foreseeable future pediatrician Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says what that means is parents will need to rely on other layers of protection to keep kids safe around water kids are gonna be in swimming pools make sure they're wearing a costar group life jacket they're not good swimmers but it's not just pools even a bath tub can create a drowning hazard for children especially with care givers who may be distracted by work or other responsibilities whenever kids are in the back somebody is watching them constantly you shouldn't turn your back even for a second Sarah Jacobs WTOP news following a fire in Fairfax county this morning where a person's been found dead broke out just before six in the top floor of an apartment building on kings chapel road in Merrifield Fairfax county fire and rescue say they were quickly able to put out the blaze they found the body in that apartment after they did will bring you more as we learn it coming up after traffic and weather on a lighter note TV guides Matt rouse on the launch of a new streaming service it's eleven oh seven and now a message from our advertising partners Thompson creek window company has been part of the local community for over forty years it's important to support our friends neighbors and families at this time please check in on your loved ones if you need to buy a home in this unprecedented.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"Improvement district in Arlington arts have come up with the Ballston beach projection it's an artistic light show one Wilson Boulevard sights and sounds meant to bring a beach escape to the city organizers do encourage people walking by to practice safe social distancing you can also drive by or C. artist robin bell's installation live stream down the Boston bids social media channels from nine to ten thirty PM sandy Cosell WTOP news as we unofficially kick off summer this weekend pediatricians are warning that the stay at home advisories were following may lead to an increase in child drownings because of the pandemic it's unlikely that parents are going to be able to find some lessons for their kids for the foreseeable future pediatrician Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says what that means is parents will need to rely on other layers of protection to keep kids safe around water kids are gonna be in swimming pools make sure there were at costar group life jacket they're not good swimmers but it's not just pools even a bath tub can create a drowning hazard for children especially with care givers who may be distracted by work or other responsibilities whenever kids are in the back somebody is watching them constantly you shouldn't turn your back even for a second Sarah Jacobs WTOP news we're following a fire in Fairfax county this morning where a person has been found dead flames broke out just before six AM inside the top floor of an apartment building on kings chapel road in Merrifield Fairfax county fire and rescue were able to quickly extinguish the blaze but once inside the apartment they found the body will bring more to you as we learn about it here WTOP news time it's nine oh seven right now Blue Cross and blue shield companies.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WTOP

"The pandemic it's unlikely that parents are going to be able to find some lessons for their kids for the foreseeable future sure pediatrician Dr Ben Hoffman with the American academy of pediatrics says what that means is parents will need to rely on other layers of protection to keep kids safe around water kids are gonna be in swimming pools make sure they're wearing a costar group life jacket they're not good swimmers but it's not just pools even a bath tub can create a drowning hazard for children especially with care givers who may be distracted by work or other responsibilities whenever kids are in the bath somebody is watching them constantly you shouldn't turn your back even for a second Sarah Jacobs WTOP news an officer for the Smithsonian's national zoo opened fire on a vehicle Friday evening the national zoo tells our partners at NBC for to happen after the car sped toward the officer as he approached it at the Connecticut Connecticut Avenue entrance to the zoo around five PM the officers fired several shots of the car which had two people inside ultimately no one was injured in the two were arrested a few minutes later inside the zoo near the beach drive entrance which is blocked off right now both people in that car are now facing multiple charges salons in Montgomery County are still waiting for the okay to reopen in summer using this time to make some new investments so that customers feel safer when they can return the owner of gleaming got his hair lounge in Chevy Chase has been buying gloves masks sanitizer even a new air purifying system for the clients that are really in that high risk category I'm facio on top of my mask roe says she's been emailing her customers letting them know what to expect and that only one person at a time will be allowed in her business it's going to ease my clients for them to come back because everybody's worried I just want to make sure they feel comfortable so she's got the plans in place all she needs now is Montgomery County to start relaxing its coronavirus restrictions on businesses so she can open an account Ellie WTOP news coming up after traffic and weather summer means warm weather.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Concern over child car seat safety here CBS is crisp and clean there's almost universal agreement that small kids are safest in a car seat in the back will be very clear about that but safety advocates would tell you keep your kid in the harness carseat until they grow out of it this one is for kids up to sixty five pounds then move them into a booster seat even though this says it's good for forty pounds and up the boosters lift the kids up so the seatbelt fits a bit like it would for an adult this was to see by the way says it's good for kids thirty pounds and up that crash test is something that the seat maker just doesn't want to see Jillian brown was a five year old in constant motion she was about to start kindergarten in two thousand sixteen when her world changed I mean her parents Jane Lindsay and the first thing I did was look back to the check on the girls Lindsay was driving her two daughters Chilean and Samantha to daycare when they were hit on the driver side near their Long Island home Gillian was hunched over I couldn't see her face I know that they took her out first they had her laid out on the trunk and they were doing CPR Julian was the furthest from the impact strapped into or even flow big kid booster seat while Samantha in a different car seat and Lindsay recovered from their injuries Gillian never will she was internally decapitated left paralyzed from the neck down a ventilator now keep her alive how has life changed from that day to today completely yeah every day sound he was you know to care for the Browns are now suing even flow but the company says her booster performed as designed in Julian's injuries were primarily due to the severity of the crash and or driver error her car seat meets or exceeds federal standards and was side impact crash tested but there's no federal standard for that test and videos of even flows crash tests obtained by pro publica should booster seats passing even though the child size test dummy is tossed about like a rag doll I think the word that I use to describe them initially was horrific human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement we showed the video to Dr Ben Hoffman a lead author of car seat recommendations for the American academy of pediatrics when you want your child is sick to perform like that now and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or love to to be put into a scenario like that Kirstie with the harness fares better in the crash test the test dummy largely stays in place in the booster seat the dumbing slips out of the seat belts shoulder restraint during depositions obtained by pro publica evenflo employees explained the only way to fail the company's crash test is if the dummy falls completely out of the seat or of the seed itself breaks one saying we side impact test our seats but I don't think we say that we offer any type of side impact protection engineer Eric Dolly it knowledge is the movement scene in the crash test where they could lead to serious injuries you can have a contact or something in the vehicle other occupants so injuries like using injuries death serious injury serious injury for years the academy of pediatrics has recommended kids stay in a car seat with harness restraints for as long as possible and should not switch to a booster seat until at least forty pounds matching Canadian regulations until.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From the neck down a ventilator now keep her alive how has life changed from that day to today completely yeah every day sound Hey would you care for the Browns are now suing even flow but the company says her booster performed as designed in Julian's injuries were primarily due to the severity of the crash and or driver error her car seat meets or exceeds federal standards and was side impact crash tested but there's no federal standard for that test and videos of even flows crash tests obtained by pro publica should booster seats passing even though the child sized testimony is tossed about like a rag doll I think the word that I use to describe them initially was horrific human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement we showed the video to Dr Ben Hoffman a lead author of car seat recommendations for the American academy of pediatrics when you want your child in a seat that performed like that now and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or love to to be put into a scenario like that a car seat with a harness fares better in the crash test the test dummy largely stays in place in the booster seat the dummy slips out of the seat belts shoulder restraint during depositions obtained by pro publica evenflo employees explained the only way to fail the company's crash test is if the dummy falls completely out of the seat or of the seed itself breaks one saying we side impact test our seats but I don't think we say that we offer any type of side impact protection engineer air Dolly it knowledge is the movement seen in a crash test where they could lead to serious injuries we need to have a contact or something the vehicle another occupant.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Every day sound anyone to care for the Browns are now suing even flow but the company says her booster performed as designed in Julian's injuries were primarily due to the severity of the crash and or driver error her car seat meets or exceeds federal standards and was side impact crash tested but there's no federal standard for that test and videos of even flows crash tests obtained by pro publica should booster seats passing even though the child sized test dummy is tossed about like a rag doll I think the word that I use to describe them initially was horrific human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement we showed the video to Dr Ben Hoffman a lead author of car seat recommendations for the American academy of pediatrics when you want your child is sick to perform like that now and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loves to be put into a scenario like that a car seat with a harness fares better in the crash test the test dummy largely stays in place in the booster seat the dummy slips out of the seat belts shoulder restraint during depositions obtained by pro publica evenflo employees explained the only way to fail the company's crash test is if the dummy falls completely out of the seat or of the seed itself breaks one saying we side impact test our seats but I don't think we say that we offer any type of side impact protection engineer Eric Dolly it knowledge is the movement seen in a crash test where they could lead to serious injuries we need to have a contact with something in the vehicle other occupants so injuries like using injuries death serious injury serious injury for.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pounds then move them into a booster seat even though this says it's good for forty pounds and up the boosters lift the kids up so the seat belt it's a bit like it would for an adult this was to see by the way says it's good for kids thirty pounds and up that crash test is something that the seat maker just doesn't want to see Jillian brown was a five year old in constant motion she was about to start kindergarten in two thousand sixteen when her world changed I mean her parents Jane Lindsay and the first thing I did was look back to on the check on the girls Lindsay was driving her two daughters Chilean and Samantha to daycare when they were hit on the driver side near their Long Island home Gillian was hunched over I couldn't see her face I know that they took her out first they had her laid out on the trunk and they were doing CPR Julian was the furthest from the impact strapped into or even flow big kid booster seat while Samantha in a different car seat and Lindsay recovered from their injuries Gillian never will she was internally decapitated left paralyzed from the neck down a ventilator now keep her alive how has life changed from that day to today completely yeah every day sound Hey would you you know to care for the Browns are now suing even flow but the company says her booster performed as designed in Julian's injuries were primarily due to the severity of the crash and or driver error her car seat meets or exceeds federal standards and was side impact crash tested but there's no federal standard for that test and videos of even flows crash tests obtained by pro publica should booster seats passing even though the child sized test dummy is tossed about like a rag doll I think the word that I use to describe them initially was horrific human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement we should the videos to Dr Ben Hoffman a lead author of car seat recommendations for the American academy of pediatrics when you want your child is sick to perform but that now and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loved to be put into a scenario like that a car seat with a harness fares better in the crash test the test dummy largely stays in place in the booster seat the dummy slips out of the seat belts shoulder restraint during depositions obtained by pro publica evenflo employees explained the only way to fail the company's crash test is if the dummy falls completely out of the seat or of the seed itself breaks one saying we side impact test our seats but I don't think we say that we offer any type of side impact protection engineer Eric Donnelly acknowledges the movement seen in a crash test where they could lead to serious injuries we need to have a contact or something in the vehicle another occupant so injuries like paralyzing injuries death serious injury serious injury for years the academy of pediatrics has recommended kids stay in a car seat with harness restraints for as long as possible and should not switch to.

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"His allies packing list room the president held up a copy of The Washington Post so all could see the headline trump acquitted Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House a new investigation could make parents think twice about which car seats they choose for their kids get more from CBS news Peter king a side impact crash left a child paralyzed and on a ventilator the evenflo booster seat met or exceeded safety standards ProPublica obtained a crash test video showing a dummy being ejected from the seat evenflo engineer Eric Dolly admits human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement Dr Ben Hoffman is an expert on car seat safety and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loved to be put into a scenario like that the girl's family is suing even flow which says the C. performed as designed Peter king CBS news eighteen people were arrested two separate smuggling operations off the San Diego coast overnight seven men in a woman admitted Mexican nationals were picked up as they crossed into U. S. waters and then in a second incident hours later your pick another group was picked up off point Loma early voting in the primary election is already under way in the registrar of voters is encouraging at that and mail in ballots why they don't want everyone going to the polls on election day next do you know a community hero if you or anyone you know has an amazing story doing something her relook supported for helping others in.

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Investigation questions safety of some car booster seats

Brett Winterble

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Investigation questions safety of some car booster seats

"House a new investigation could make parents think twice about which car seats they choose for their kids get more from CBS news Peter king a side impact crash left a child paralyzed and on a ventilator the evenflo booster seat met or exceeded safety standards ProPublica obtained a crash test video showing a dummy being ejected from the seat evenflo engineer Eric Dolly admits human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement Dr Ben Hoffman is an expert on car seat safety and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loved to be put into a scenario like that the girl's family is suing even flow which says the C. performed as designed Peter king

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Forty catcher WLKY forecast I'm Abalos today a light rain in town in thirty six our top story president trump wasting no time bringing up his impeachment at the national prayer breakfast in Washington this morning my family our great country and your president have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people the president making a not so veiled jab at congressional lawmakers like house speaker Nancy Pelosi who voted to impeach him she too was at the prayer breakfast the Senate acquitted president trump yesterday here he will make a statement at the White House at noon and you can hear it live here on news radio eight forty WHAS more Kentucky school districts are closed today because of widespread flew several dozen districts are closed they include Fayette County which cancel classes today and tomorrow other school districts that are closed for the rest of the week include Davis Parlin Jackson but governor you tailor a dare and Russell county I DO investigation could make parents think twice about which car seats they choose for their kids more from correspondent Peter king a New York family suing the makers of the even flow booster seat after side impact crash left their daughter paralyzed and on a ventilator the booster with the seat belt and not a harness met or exceeded safety standards but even flows own crash test video shows a test dummy being thrown like a toy Dr Ben Hoffman writes car seat recommendations to the American academy of pediatrics and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loves to be put into a scenario like that even flow says the seat performed as designed Peter king's CBS news the rolling stones are coming to town Keith Richards and Mick Jagger announced the stones will do a fifteen city north American tour this year it includes a performance at cardinal stadium and lonely born June fourteenth can I we were just getting going and like we've got to continue this you know I'm looking for two months a lot of the city speech haven't been to for a long time so I'm looking forward to.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

"It better able to withstand the force of Sunday's seventy one mile per hour gusts. Oh my God. They have a system on that India, vent of high winds that they were released the brakes and let them weathervane. The crane crushing parts of the parking garage and apartments below killing twenty nine year old Kirstin Smith. Injuring five others. Experts say these massive towers rising, hundreds of feet are built to withstand high winds. I'm not going to say high winds can't cannot blow one down, but I will say this, it would take a substantial amount owner biggie has been hit with seventeen OSHA safety violations since two thousand thirteen that year of big crane collapsed in Arkansas, killing one man, injuring eight others. The company eventually settled and paid twenty eight thousand dollar fine crane accidents in crowded urban spaces are known to be deadly in April crane collapsed, onto a downtown Seattle street killing four. And this horrifying moment in New York City in two thousand sixteen crane falling killing one and injuring three now in Dallas officials trying to determine if this latest incident was preventable. With temperatures expected to be in the nineties Wednesday. We remind you that in most jurisdictions, it's illegal to leave a child or pet in a hot car as komo's Brian Calvert reports. In most cases, the law isn't totally on your side. If you smash a window to save certain creatures Dr Ben Hoffman dreads this time of year. It takes a matter of minutes for cars to heat up. Temperatures. And so, you know, things can happen in even even ten or fifteen minutes. All it takes. He says he's four your routine to be off just a little, I know a lot of really incredibly loving, wonderful perfect parents, that had four things happen. So what if someone forgets on a hot day, and you happen to walk by a car, and notice a child sweating inside? Can you actually break the window to save that child? Yes. You can there is no question.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

"Able to withstand the force of Sunday's seventy one mile per hour gusts. Oh my God. They have a system on that in the event that high winds that they were released the brakes and let them weathervane. The crane crushing parts of the parking garage and apartments below killing twenty nine year old Kirstin Smith. Injuring five others. Experts say these massive towers rising, hundreds of feet are built to withstand high winds. I'm not going to say high winds can cannot blow one down, but I will say this, it would take a substantial amount cranes owner biggie has been hit with seventeen OSHA safety violations since two thousand thirteen that year a big crane collapsed in Arkansas, killing one man injuring eight others. The company eventually settled and paid a twenty eight thousand dollar fine crane accidents in crowded urban spaces are known to be deadly in April crane collapsed, onto a downtown Seattle street killing four. And this horrifying moment in New York City in two thousand sixteen crane falling killing one and injuring three now in Dallas officials trying to determine if this latest incident was preventable. With temperatures expected to be in the nineties Wednesday. We remind you that in most jurisdictions, it's illegal to leave a child or pet in a hot car as komo's Brian Calvert reports. In most cases, the law isn't totally on your side. If you smash a window to save certain creatures Dr Ben Hoffman dreads this time of year. It takes a matter of minutes for cars to heat up. Temperatures. And so, you know, things can happen in even even in ten or fifteen minutes. All it takes. He says he's four year routine to be off just a little, I know a lot of incredibly loving, wonderful perfect. Parents had horrible things happen. So what if someone forgets on a hot day, and you happen.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

"Better able to withstand the force of Sunday's seventy one mile per hour gusts, creative phone over. Oh my God. They have a system on that in the event that of high winds that they were released the brakes and let them whether buying the crane, crushing parts of the parking garage and apartments below killing twenty nine year old Kirstin Smith, injuring five others. Experts say these massive towers rising, hundreds of feet are built to withstand high winds. I'm not going to say high winds can't cannot blow one down, but I will say this, it would take a substantial amount of cranes. Owner biggie has been hit with seventeen OSHA safety violations since two thousand thirteen that year of big crane collapsed in Arkansas, killing one man, injuring eight others. The company eventually settled and paid a twenty eight thousand dollar fine crane accidents in crowded urban. Spaces are known to be deadly in April crane collapsed, onto a downtown Seattle street killing four. And this horrifying moment in New York City in two thousand sixteen crane falling killing one and injuring three now in Dallas officials trying to determine if this latest incident was preventable. With temperatures expected to be in the ninety s Wednesday. We remind you that in most jurisdictions, it's illegal to leave a child or pet in a hot car as komo's Brian Calvert reports in most cases, the law isn't totally on your side. If you smash a window to save certain creatures Dr Ben Hoffman dreads this time of year. It takes a matter of minutes for cars to heat up to temperatures and so forth, things can happen and.

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"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben hoffman" Discussed on KOMO

"They say a new housing solution for homeless students is helping many of them have found a home at highlands, flats, which used to be called the Tiki. Apartments. Komo's Keith Aldridge with an update I feel at home. Finally, Donna C is one of the original people victim. The Tiki apartments and was allowed to come back when the place was renamed island flats. She's become tenants rights advocate, and really sees the positive coming out of this new setup with the apartments and the college and to be able to have housing of, of safe place so close to school and everything. That's really, you know, that's such a good thing for students nowadays. Komo news. A controversial plan to redevelop the army's former fort Lawton into affordable housing and Greenspace got approval from the Seattle city council, not before they heard some final opposition from people in the magnolia neighborhood greatly changed his area and Eben nowhere near places of employment shopping transportation for the people. You hope to house hit those who support the plan say every bit, we can chip away at the housing shortage in our area will make it more affordable. The plan includes dozens of supportive homes for seniors and veterans and one hundred affordable units for low and middle income families, and more than fifty how tat for humanity townhomes with temperatures expected to be in eighties today closer to ninety tomorrow. We remind you that in most jurisdictions, it is illegal to leave a child or pet in a hot car. No kidding. As komo's Brian Calvert reports that in most cases, the law isn't totally on your side. If you smash a window to save some of those creatures Dr Ben Hoffman dreads this time of year. It takes a matter of minutes for cars to heat..

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