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"erica ritchie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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10:09 min | 1 year ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"So if you would like to be a part of it, join us on Facebook under the name scarlet on stone, and you will be connected to our study. First we want to extend our thoughts and prayers to the families of the eight Marines and the one sailor who died during an amphibious assault vehicle accident that occurred near San Clemente Island Back on July 30th. Now, if you want to know more about what happened, you can go online. Erica Ritchie's article on the O. C. Register, dated around July 30 1st was the initial comprehensive report and then the updated American military news article that was dated around August 3rd. Bye, Laura Weidner provides. I think the most updated information that we have on what happened. Not this week. The names of those servicemen were identified it because of the honor that we proudly give to anyone who has served our country any of the branches of our military. I would like to acknowledge each of their names their age and where they're from. Private first class Brian J. Ball Terra, 18 years old from Corona, California. Lance Corporal Marco A Barranco, 21 years old, from Montebello, California. Private first class Evan, a bath, 19 years old Oak Creek, Wisconsin. U S NAVY Hospital MEN. Christopher Nem 22 years old from Portland, Oregon. Private first class Jack Ryan Ostrovsky, 21 years old from Bend, Oregon. Corporal Wesley, A Rod, 23 years old from Harris, Texas, Lance Corporal Chase de Suite would 19 years old from Portland, Oregon. Corporal Cesar A Villaneuva 21 years old from a recite California and then Lance Corporal Gill M. O S. Perez, 20 years old from New Bron Fells, Texas. We honor each of these men who decided as young as they were to serve their country. They are heroes to us. It's Scarlett on stone and will be keeping each of their families in our prayers. And we ask that you would do the same thing, too. Now. Another event internationally happened this week that all of us know about and that event has to do with an explosion that occurred in Beirut last Tuesday. We want also to extend our prayers to the people of Beirut. They need God's touch and his healing. We also pray for those who have been injured and for those fighting for their life, and we pray for the Christians who were there as well and will be praying that Beirut will experience God's presence and peace during this time. And the reason for that is because Lebanon as a country is a country in crisis and has been a country in crisis for a long time, and we take cove in 19 and add to that this tragedy you can easily see how Khun bring a nation to the brink of disaster. Not with this, said there are a few things that I wanted to say about this event. Now, I'm sure many of you saw the video of the explosion that occurred in Beirut earlier this week. To be honest. I was astounded when I saw the footage, and there's a lot of it and reminded me of something that was said way back in the beginning of the Iraq war way back in 2003. The secretary of defense at that time was Donald Rumsfeld. I'm sure many of you remember him. And do you remember what he said would be the reaction of the world after seeing what would be The invasion of Iraq by the coalition forces back in 2003. He said that the reaction would be shock and awe. Do you remember that phrase shock and awe? Ladies and gentlemen, What happened in Beirut on Tuesday was nothing less than shock. And all that was an explosion that even conventional war doesn't produce. I think you would agree that the massive explosion and the shape of the cloudburst that came from it looked more like a mini nuke had gone off as a matter of fact, the governor of Beirut said. That that was their hero, Shma that was their Nagasaki. Now I need to say that as tragic as the blasts and baby wass, However, there is nothing has ever happened in the history of the world that has come close to the decimation of destruction. As that which occurred at Hiroshima now for those who don't know, let me just give a thought on that. With the American bomber, the B 29 Superfortress, which had a name, it was called Enola Gay. When it drop the nuclear bomb. That bomb also had a name. He was called the little boy. And his little boy was dropped from Enola Gay. It descended For 44.4 seconds until it reached 1900 feet above the city of Hiroshi Mine when it did It detonated, and when that happened, 70 to 80,000 people died in the 1st 2nd of the explosion. 4.7 square miles of that city were destroyed. And that's what the first the world's first nuclear bomb did. And I hope that something we will never have to face. But having said that, to see this explosion aim be route this week from video on the ground level was truly astonishing. As you probably have seen. There are many recorded videos of it all from different angles and various distances. The most dramatic images. Of course, we're the ones that were taken close by. When, right after the explosion, You see, the shockwave burst through and decimate everything, no matter how far you were from the explosion in Beirut. The video images that have been released reveal The explosion was just at just enormous. This explosion is said to have been heard as far as 120 miles away as Faras, the island of Cyprus. I'll buy this last Thursday. The stats have come in, and they're well over 160 people that were killed, 5000 injured and well over 300,000 that have been made homeless. People been buried by the rubble, and there are reports of people who are thrown into the sea by the power of the blast. As a matter of fact, the explosion changed the coastline, the port where the explosion occurred, and I have seen a photograph of aerial photograph showing the before and after of the port itself. No. The number and the stats of casualties since Thursday are growing and efforts are being made to find survivors and to collect the dead. Now, many of you already know what happened. But for those who don't let me just quickly. Recap. The port authorities of Beirut had stored 2750 met took tons of agricultural fertilizer called ammonium nitrate, and it was all stored in a Fireworks warehouse Cold Hangar 12. Not a terribly bright idea. I don't think And this behemoth collection of fertilizer was stored in this warehouse for nearly six years, and though authorities had trying to move it, it was forced to be kept in this old warehouse right by the port of Beirut under court order. And every year from 2015 to 2017 there were requests for the governing agencies of Beirut and Lebanon to grant the removal of the fertilizer. But the governing agencies didn't allow it to be moved at all. It's ironic now because the officials in Beirut when seeing the stored ammonium nitrate when it first arrived, said this, they said That stuff could blow up Beirut. Well, guess what it just did this week. Now here's the question. How did it happen? Well from the information has been released. It turned out that there were welders who are working on repairing a breach in the walls of the warehouse, the very warehouse where the ammonium nitrate was stored, and it was believed that a spark from the waters tools landed in the stored fertilizer area, inadvertently apparently Initiating the fire, which then triggered the explosion, which blew apart the entire area. This is powerful stuff. And did you know that this is the same material that was the main ingredient that was in the bomb that was used in the Oklahoma City bombing back in 1995? Now. What's interesting in this story is how the ammonium nitrate got there in the first place. It turns out that they're two stories. The first is presented by MTV and No, I'm not referring to the American MTV. But the National Lebanese TV service called MTV. They stated that the ammonium nitrate was season 2014 when it was discovered on a broken down ship that had been meant to carry bulldozers to Zambia. The ammonium nitrate was then seized and then stored. Now there's a second storey, and this one appears to be the accurate story. Apparently ammonium nitrate was seized from a privately owned Russian ship. In 2013. The Russian ship was called the M V roses and was owned by a Russian businessman. And it was bound for Mozambique but was impounded at the port of Beirut for technical problems about seven years ago. Apparently the ships sail from Georgia with a Moldavian flag and had a Ukrainian crew..

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The international toy fair continues in New York City Carissa Byrne who hosts the toy review website the toy guy dot com says this is a tough time for the toy businesses kids seem to be gravitating towards a mix of traditional and technology toys this year new toys at the fair this year include the new legos hidden side system which uses an augmented reality app and a Batman to win one transforming Batmobile as for the toy business in general burns says he hopes things will be back to normal by the end of this year whatever normal is in the toy business families that fly together should sit together apparently that's what a new online petition is calling for and so for nearly fifty three thousand people agree the goal of seventy five thousand signatures on Consumer Reports dot org the petition urges airlines to put safety over profits and stop charging fees to keep children with their parents it calls out American United and delta for receiving the most complaints when those three airlines also say they've not taken steps to ensure kids are not separated from their parents you ever want to design a robot to explore a far away planet NASA might give me the chance to do exactly that his boxes seven brown you've seen the pictures of the different Rovers NASA has sent to Mars the space agency now wants to do the same with Venus and for ideas NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is holding a public challenge where anybody can submit ideas of designs for a key component needed on the new planetary explorer which NASA is calling ari or automaton rover for extreme environments the contest is asking people to design devices and methods for the rover to avoid obstacles it might encounter while moving around the surface of Venus B. they rocks or puddles or anything else the contest is being conducted via the hero X. crowdsourced platform and could award up to fifteen grant Evan brown fox news should put Marty on that thing on that Venus rover he said Marty up there to Venus get him out of the the aisles at stop and shop is creepy if you've already started stocking up on sunscreen for spring and summer well you should know that the S. P. F. that's a sun protection factor one hundred isn't really that much better for your skin then the S. P. F. fifty apparently the environmental working group points out that super high S. P. apps don't actually block out that many more skin damaging race at all S. P. F. fifty blocks out ninety eight percent of the UV B. rays while the S. P. F. one hundred blocks out ninety nine percent so what's the difference one percent currently the FDA as a proposal out to make the Max S. P. F. value on sunscreen B. S. P. F. sixty plus now that reasoning is that having a higher number tricks people into thinking that they're dramatically more protected and will protect you for a lot longer period of time but that's not the reality reality is that people rarely apply enough sunscreen to begin with and then they also failed to reapply every two hours as you're supposed to read the label that's what it tells you to do both of these things can lead to sun burn and you don't want that happening going to ruin your vacay according to the Providence journal a forty year old Massachusetts woman was arrested early on Saturday morning and charged with driving under the influence of the child abuse charge after police say that she had an infant in the car with her while she was hammered according to Portsmouth police Valerie a Garo of fall river was driving erratically on West Main road just after midnight the vehicle was stopped and while speaking with the police noticed an overturned child safety seat in the rear of the vehicle then they discovered that are you sitting down a nineteen year old infant security in the seat which was overturned and facing the floor of the vehicle officers immediately removed the child as you would imagine who appeared lethargic and was taken to Hasbro children's hospital by the Portsmouth fire department the woman was arraigned at police headquarters on charges of driving under the influence refusal to submit to a chemical test in child abuse it's a try factor for you infant was treated Hasbro released to custody of the state department of children youth and families of the kids all right District Court judge Colleen Hastings ordered a Garo not to have contact with the child and follow the mandates outlined by DC YF a Garo also ordered not to drive not to consume alcohol and was referred to pre trial services for alcohol and mental health monitoring a Garo arraigned at police headquarters on charges driving under the influence refusal to submit to the chemical testing child abuse so the infant in the car strapped into the infant's passenger seat and it was flipped over and she was facing the floor the vehicle unbelievable corona virus updates South Korea reported one hundred and forty four new cases of the corona virus yesterday raising its total to nine hundred and seventy seven which is the second most in the world to China where the new virus emerged of course and where there's been a total of more than seventy seven thousand cases with five hundred and eight new ones reported today the number of infections in the south Korea area multiplied by fifteen fold in just one week and the death toll now stands at ten there the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention yesterday advised Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to South Korea its highest travel alert by the way Iraq Afghanistan Kuwait behind on in Oman reported their first cases Monday all of which had links to Iran where cluster has emerged around as reported twelve deaths so far from the coronavirus refuting a regional officials report from a day earlier that had fifty people dead at least two hundred twenty nine people in Italy now have been infected too with the virus and seven people have died in Europe's largest outbreak Dow Jones industrials average as we mentioned closed down one thousand thirty two points that's three point five five percent on Monday amid the coronavirus fear is its biggest point decline in nearly a couple years we'll have a Bloomberg market minute coming up within the hour she if the futures are starting to rebound yet in Cranston the urgent care center there she's a big spike in flu cases this season Erica Ritchie from Eyewitness News with the story this season Garden City treatment center in Cranston has been busy some days we see almost two hundred patients in a single day and they were busier earlier and we started seeing the flu as early as August this year and they've been busier than usual we're seeing about a hundred fifty patients more a month the biggest culprit the flu one seven became it just took off and through January and February it's been just skyrocketing Dr William Creighton is the medical director at this urgent care center and says flu cases are about twenty to thirty percent higher this year than in years past I think we're just in such close proximity that were all contagious to our our world can hear from each other a state health department spokesperson says it is higher than in years past but less severe the numbers there were over a thousand hospitalizations from flu statewide last year compared to about six hundred and fifty this year close to forty people died in the twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen season from the illness and so far eleven have succumb to flu this year Dr gray in credits this year's vaccine match if there's a fifty five percent efficacy of the vaccine forty five percent of people who get the vaccine is still going to get the flu but at least what we've been saying is they are much less six and according to the CDC this year's flu vaccine has helped cut almost in half the number of doctor's visits for flu related illnesses by children teens and adults and they do predict another six to eight weeks of the flu season so if you haven't gotten your flu shot they recommend going ahead and doing so get rich you from my witness news and wash those hands my friends this radio nine twenty one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron St Pierre senior care services Jim gangly already newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven F. M. here's what's happening seven contractors facing felony charges ten others charged with misdemeanors for failing to comply with a final order from the contractors registration and licensing board former Rhode Island state police superintendent Brendan Daugherty considering a run for governor Boston globe reports already confirms he's had some conversations about a candidacy to orderly to make a commitment and.

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The gains up to this point in calendar year twenty twenty according to the Providence journal a forty year old Massachusetts woman was arrested early on Saturday morning and charged with driving under the influence and a child abuse charge after police say that she had an infant in the car with her while she was hammered according to Portsmouth police Valerie a Garo at fall river was driving erratically on West Main road just after midnight the vehicle was stopped and while speaking with her police noticed an overturned child safety seat in the rear of the vehicle then they discovered that are you sitting down a nineteen year old infant security in the seat which was overturned and facing the floor of the vehicle officers immediately removed the child as you would imagine who appeared lethargic and was taken to Hasbro children's hospital by the Portsmouth fire department the woman was arraigned at police headquarters on charges of driving under the influence refusal to submit to a chemical test in child abuse it's a try factor for you infant was treated Hasbro released to custody of the state department of children youth and families of the kids all right District Court judge Colleen Hastings orders a Garo not to have contact with the child and follow the mandates outlined by DC YF a Garo also ordered not to drive not to consume alcohol and was referred to pre trial services for alcohol and mental health monitoring a Garo arraigned at police headquarters on charges driving under the influence refusal to submit to the chemical testing child abuse so the infant in the car strapped into the infant's passenger seat and it was flipped over and she was facing the floor the vehicle unbelievable corona virus updates South Korea reported one hundred and forty four new cases of the corona virus yesterday raising its total to nine hundred and seventy seven which is the second most in the world to China where the new virus emerged of course and where there's been a total of more than seventy seven thousand cases with five hundred and eight new ones reported today the number of infections in the south Korea area multiplied by fifteen fold in just one week and the death toll now stands at ten there the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention yesterday advised Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to South Korea its highest travel alert by the way Iraq Afghanistan Kuwait behind on in Oman reported their first cases Monday all of which had links to Iran where cluster has emerged Iran is reported twelve deaths so far from the coronavirus refuting a regional officials report from a day earlier that had fifty people dead at least two hundred twenty nine people in Italy now have been infected with the virus and seven people have died in Europe's largest outbreak Dow Jones industrials average as we mentioned closed down one thousand thirty two points that's three point five five percent on Monday amid the coronavirus fears its biggest point decline in nearly a couple years we'll have a Bloomberg market minute coming up within the hour she if the futures are starting to rebound yet in Cranston the urgent care center there she's a big spike in flu cases this season Erica Ritchie from Eyewitness News with the story this season Garden City treatment center in Cranston has been busy some days we see almost two hundred patients in a single day and they were busier earlier and we started seeing the flu as early as August this year and they've been busier than usual we're seeing about a hundred fifty patients more a month the biggest culprit the flu one of them became it just took off and through January and February it's been just skyrocketing Dr William Craig in is the medical director at this urgent care center and says flu cases are about twenty to thirty percent higher this year than in years past I think we're just in such close proximity that were all contagious to our our world opinion from each of the state health department spokesperson says it is higher than in years past but less severe the numbers there were over a thousand hospitalizations from flu statewide last year compared to about six hundred and fifty this year close to forty people died in the twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen season from the illness and so far eleven have succumb to flu this year Dr gray in credits this year's vaccine match if there's a fifty five percent efficacy of the vaccine forty five percent of people who get the vaccine is still going to get the flu but at least what we've been saying is they are much less sick according to the CDC this year's flu vaccine has helped cut almost in half the number of doctor's visits for flu related illnesses by children teens and adults and they do predict another six to eight weeks of the flu season so if you haven't gotten your flu shot they recommend going ahead and doing so Erica Ritchie from Eyewitness News and wash those hands my friends it's ten minutes after six o'clock off we go to the traffic center once again to check in with John Hamblin is brought to us by farmers insurance so we're good to go so far.

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Winning the competition saves lives spill Rapley from NBC ten Amanda milk events in today's Providence Journal addresses. What I like to call the vapor story, you know, this thing's front and center for better part of a week or two and all of a sudden, you don't hear much about it. But it's back. Former state aid accused of groping providence teenager in offering him. A state job is pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor. Assault charge. That's Daniel Brown. He lost his job that Pete about sixty three thousand bucks a year as a chief aide and the department of labor in training shortly after providence police arrested in last summer an eighteen year old man told officers that Brown brought him back to his apartment in providence back in July on pretenses of getting him a state job instead gave the teen alcohol and fondled him. Police said the teenager reacted by stabbing Brown in the neck. I'm sure you remember the story Brown was originally charged with second degree, assault sexual assault. And if convicted would have had to register as a sex offender, however, a plea agreement back on January sixteenth. Amended. The charge to simple assault and removed that possibility Brown was sentenced to probation for a year. I'm a simple assault charge and six months probation to serve concurrently for offering the teenager alcohol. Meantime, the teenager is still facing a felony assault charge for allegedly stabbing Brown. The American gaming association says about ten percent of Americans say that they're going to bet on the Sunday's Super Bowl which translates to about twenty two point seven million people in about six billion dollars in bets currently only eight states offer legal regulated sports betting, which is about why about one point eight million. That's why of those Americans plan to bet illegally through a bookie with millions more placing a better illegally through offshore online. Bookies, of course, here in the ocean state. We are one of those eight states. Yeah, we get to the race early beating out the rest of New England sports betting. How much is it generated revenue since it was legalized here in Rhode Island? Here's Erica Ritchie from eyewitness news. But it's early. Seven weeks to be exact that's when the first sports betting venue opened in Rhode Island at twin river in Lincoln, the Tiverton casino almost immediately following the numbers that came in Monday reflect revenues from five of those weeks modest it's probably the best way to describe it right now Paul gremaldi of the state revenue department shared the financial gains with us at a meeting of the state lottery committee at the Lincoln gaming facility at twin river just over nine hundred thousand dollars came in the Tiverton casino netted about one hundred twenty three thousand dollars combine the sports books. Brought in just over a million dollars the states cut fifty one percents or about half a million dollars. We've got our work cut out for us. That's because the projection for this fiscal year, ending June is twelve million dollars. But gremaldi is confident it just needs momentum to build get some big winners out of the Super Bowl out of the NBA play-off.

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"American gaming association says about ten percent of Americans say that the going to bet on this Sunday's Super Bowl which translates to about twenty two point seven million people in about six billion dollars in bets currently only eight states offer legal regulated sports betting which is about. Why about one point? Eight million. That's why of those Americans plan to bent illegally through a bookie with millions more placing a illegally through offshore online. Bookies, of course, here in the ocean state. We are one of those eight states. Yeah, we get to the race early beating out the rest of New England sports betting. How much is it generated revenue since it was legalized here in Rhode Island? Here's Erica Ritchie from eyewitness news. But it's early seven weeks to be exact that's when the first sports betting venue opened in Rhode Island at twin river in Lincoln, the Tiverton casino almost immediately following the numbers that came in Monday reflect revenues from five of those weeks modest is probably the best way to describe it right now Paul gremaldi of the state revenue departments shared the financial gains with us at a meeting of the state lottery committee at the Lincoln gaming facility at twin river just over nine hundred thousand dollars came in the Tiffany casino netted about one hundred and twenty three thousand dollars combine the sports books. Brought in just over a million dollars the states cut. Fifty one percent or about half a million dollars. We've got our work cut out for us. That's because the projection for this fiscal year, ending June is twelve million dollars. But Grimaldi is confident it just needs momentum to build get some big winners out of the Super Bowl out of the NBA playoffs..

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Today's Providence Journal talks about the state of the state address, which is coming up tonight seven PM and in her state of the state address to lawmakers governor Raimondo's expected to make a ten million dollar commitment to the first year of a multi year phasing of universal pre-k in the state of Rhode Island roadies current state budget, by the way, nine point six billion dollars. And you know, we're looking at a potential two hundred million dollar deficit widespread concerned about the state of education to in Rhode Island in the wake of the dismal student test scores that came out recently, Raimondo's communications director. And chief speechwriter is Michael Ray he told the journal on Monday, quote, the governor's primary focus on Tuesday night will be on Rhode Island's future. She'll present a long term view for our schools and our economy one of the things that she is proposing is the legalization of recreational marijuana. What do you think about that one? You can log onto NewsRadio r I dot com should run island legalized recreational marijuana. I mean, part of the reasoning that she's getting behind it is the fact of the matter that Massachusetts has already legalized recreational marijuana in Connecticut as it in the, you know, the high speed lane to also do the same thing. So getting squeezed s what she has to say in her state of the state address is going to be interesting to hear what she has to say coming up tonight at seven pm in Warwick. Police arrested guardian the death of a nine year old Warwick girl. Erica Ritchie for my witness news has that story. Disheartening when police were called to the home on Oakland beach avenue Sunday evening, an unresponsive child, they observe what they describe as deplorable conditions. Affidavit says there was an overwhelming odor of urine and feces garbage all over the house and children in diapers. Behind child gates. They found the nine year old girl with cerebral palsy at four thirty in the afternoon face down, naked and alone in an empty bathtub. She was reportedly given a bath by a fifteen year old male sibling with asp burgers around eight thirty that morning, then left in the tub to play up to eight hours, whatever happened on her. And I can't speak for..

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"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"erica ritchie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Today's Providence Journal talks about the state of the state address, which is coming up tonight seven PM and in her state of the state address to lawmakers. Governor Raimondo is expected to make a ten million dollar commitment to the first year of a multi year phase of universal pre-k in the state of Rhode Island Rotich current state budget, by the way, nine point six billion dollars. And you know, we're looking at a potential two hundred million dollar deficit widespread concern about the state of education to in Rhode Island in the wake of the dismal student test scores that came out recently. Ramon does communications. Director and chief speechwriter is Michael Ray he told the journal on Monday, quote, the governor's primary focus on Tuesday night will be on Rhode Island's future. She'll present a long term view for our schools and our economy one of the things that she is proposing is the legalization of recreational marijuana. What do you think about that one? You can log onto NewsRadio r I dot com should run Allen legalized recreational marijuana. I mean, part of the reasoning as she's getting behind. It is the fact of the matter that Massachusetts has already legalized recreational marijuana in Connecticut as it in the, you know, the high speed lane to also do the same thing. So getting squeezed s what she has to say in her state of the state address is going to be interesting to hear what she has to say coming up tonight at seven pm in Warwick. Police arrested guardian the death of a nine year old Warwick girl. Erica Ritchie for my witness news has that story disheartening when police were called to the home on Oakland beach avenue Sunday evening for an unresponsive. Child they observe what they describe as deplorable conditions. An affidavit says there was an overwhelming odor of urine and feces garbage all over the house and children in diapers. Behind child gates. They found the nine year old girl with cerebral palsy at four thirty in the afternoon face down, naked and alone in an empty bathtub. She was reportedly given a bath by a fifteen year old male sibling with Asperger's around eight thirty that morning, then left in the tub to play up to eight hours, whatever happened.

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