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Feds: Deaths of 6 Poultry Plant Workers "Entirely Avoidable"

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Feds: Deaths of 6 Poultry Plant Workers "Entirely Avoidable"

"A liquid nitrogen leak at a hall County poultry processing plant left six people dead, injured a dozen others today an update on the investigation. OSHA says the six deaths Foundation food Group in January were entirely avoidable and says the plant is to blame because workers had Not been trained on the deadly effects of exposure to liquid nitrogen. So when the odorless gas leaked into the plant workers had no idea what to do, and no safety measures were in place. In addition to the six people killed, a dozen more were injured. Sabrina Cubit

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"foundation food group" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Continued hot dry and windy conditions. Obviously that's a concern Every afternoon those winds pick up The fuels are extremely critically dry and that that contributes to extreme fire behavior. The fire is burned fifty thousand thousand acres and his four percent contained. The labor department has find a poultry processing facility in georgia for six worker deaths. It says were entirely avoidable. The dust came as a result of a nitrogen leak in january. Npr's andrea shoe has more. The leak happened about six months ago at the foundation food group poultry plant in gainesville georgia. The plant uses liquid nitrogen to freeze chicken. According to the labor department a freezer malfunctioned releasing colorless odorless nitrogen into the air. It killed six workers and injured at least a dozen more. Osha is now announcing fifty nine citations related to the leak and almost a million dollars in penalties. Those cited include the foundation food group as well as three other companies. The agency says failed to implement safety procedures at the plant including training workers on the hazards of liquid nitrogen. The companies have fifteen days to contest the findings andrea shoe. Npr news and you're listening to npr news. Thousands of people who work in britain's food industry began taking corona virus tests today as villa marks reports from london. those tests are being implemented as a way to prevent major staff shortages. You think government has announced daily. Testing will be put in place. Both manufacturing locations and food shipment depots staff no longer need to stay away from what when notified by government track and trace systems this corinthian exemption with testing supplies. Almost ten thousand work because at around five hundred different workplaces regardless of their vaccination status government data indicate some six hundred and twenty thousand. British residents will all stay indoors last week following ping certification from the official covert at the so called ping democ because affected food supplies and full some retail stores to close though the new measures will help supply chains running. They will not apply to stop and actual grocery stores for. Npr news on the monks in london in germany. The country's rail operator says the deadly floods last week caused around one point. Three billion dollars in damage to its network. This authorities still work to determine the overall cost of the floods that did their worst damage in western germany and eastern belgium german chancellor angela merkel says that the damage is immense and it will take a long time to repair at least two hundred eight. People died in the flooding in both germany and belgium. Wall street is trading higher at this hour. The dow was up one hundred ninety five points at thirty five thousand nineteen. That's up just over a half percent. The nasdaq is up. Nearly one percent a gain of one hundred thirty nine points. The s&p five hundred is up forty one points. That's up nearly one percent at forty four zero eight. This is npr..

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Here, Do you and party Chevrolet newsroom. I'm Terra Brolly. Advocates for immigrant workers are demanding not only ocean, but other federal agencies conduct an in depth investigation of the liquid nitrogen leak at foundation Food Group in Gainesville. Maria del Rosario Palacios says the fight to get justice for the six people who died and the others who were injured in last week's incident is personal for her. I used to be an undocumented worker in one of the facilities that is now part of foundation food groups. I am a daughter of prima Hey, Sabrina and a good friend to many of our impact of families in Gainesville, Pelosi s and other spent more than an hour, sharing their concerns in an online press conference. Among other demands. They want the workers who are out of a job. All the plant is closed to be paid by foundation foods. A child who was shot and making on Friday is now dead. Investigators say. Eight year old miracle Brantley was flown to an Atlanta hospital after the shooting at a home on Ballard. Dr. She passed away from her injury Sunday morning. There's been no word from the Big County Sheriff's office on what may have led to the shooting or if anyone has been charged. The CDC in Atlanta is requiring Americans to wear face masks on all public transportation. In an effort to contain the Corona virus. A new order issued late Friday requires face masks while on and getting on or off of planes, Busses, subways, trains, ferries and rideshare vehicles. CDCs rule goes beyond the executive order President Biden signed last week requiring face masks during interstate travel and on federal properties. There's more news on access Wdun. And now here's your access to Beauty when forecast mostly cloudy, breezy overnight around 30 Tuesday Sunshine Northwest winds gusting to 25 high 45 Clear 27 Tuesday night.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Oh, my God. I just stop you do when? From the access WD When Hardy Chevrolet newsroom I'm B. J. Williams a little bit of promising news on the cove in 19 front. We'll talk about that another stories. In just a moment. We have reports of a crash on camera road at Calvary Church Road in Hall County. I'm Caleb Hutchins checking traffic after news and weather. Now we get a dryer period and some or winter like temperatures twenties overnight forties for afternoon highs. Finally warming to the fifties. That's all coming up mornings on Main Street with Bill Main Good morning to everyone Come in. 19 metrics remain high. But the numbers are improving. In Georgia Public health officials reporting 3000 new cases on Sunday, and that brings the seven day rolling average down to around 4500 daily. That is the lowest the averages been since the middle of December. Locally. Covert hospitalizations continue to trend downward. 226 people were being treated yesterday at Northeast Georgia Health System hospitals. That's the ninth day in a row. Covert hospitalizations have been under the 300 mark. Reports surfacing over the weekend, claiming that some employees in management and foundation food group in Gainesville knew about a liquid nitrogen leak at the poultry processing plant. Six people were killed. 11. Others were injured As a result of a major leak on Thursday morning. Attorneys are mobilizing trying to educate workers to come forward to talkto OSHA about what happened on Thursday to talkto OSHA about whether they had any knowledge that you know something like this was gonna happen if there were problems before that, Shelly, a non of the sir Legal Cooperative on CBS 46, that group and six others are planning a teleconference for this afternoon at 12. 30 to talk about their demands. Now there was a prayer vigil Saturday afternoon right across the street from foundation Food group was hosted by the Latinos Conservative organization an estimated 200 to 300 people participating through the afternoon. Wdun news time. Almost 7 34. Beware of identity theft this tax season, especially if you've never filed for unemployment. GN ends Liz Kennedy explains. State labor officials are warning Georgia residents to be on guard two collars engaging in identity fraud, authorities say. The advisory comes as millions of people on unemployment received their 10 99 g form that outlines payments issued in 2020 if you receive such a form and never filed for unemployment last year, Where someone may have stolen your identity and fraudulently applied for benefits You never received. If you think you're a victim, Authorities say you should file a report with the Georgia Department of Labor. Melissa Armstrong taking over the leadership position it Legacy link in Oakwood starting today. This past week, the Gilmer County native saying, working with long time CEO Pat Freeman has been the ideal training ground for taking this senior adult advocacy group into the future. Amazing to have the history of someone who's been doing this since the early seventies. To see how not only to deal with the good times, but the challenging times like the ones that we're in right now. Freeman.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"York Governor Andrew Cuomo, facing backlash after a new report from the state attorney general alleges the governor's office under counted the number of nursing home residents who died due to the coronavirus. The governor made those first comments about that report, saying that every single death is a tragedy. This is a 76 page report that was released this week by New York's attorney General Leticia J. Document finding that Cuomo's policy required nursing homes to accept Coben 19 patients in the early months of the pandemic, and that may have put residents at increased risk. The report also finding that 50% more deaths happened than initially reported the state's Department of Health, adding that 12,743 people died in long term facilities. That's up from more than 8000 deaths initially reported, And that's because the state had not been including residents who died later at Hospitals boxes, Alex Hogan. Meanwhile, the investigation into the cause of a deadly liquid nitrogen leak at a Georgia poultry plant is continuing. Authorities said Saturday. They were trying to determine what caused the rupture that lead to six deaths and more than a dozen injuries. The search for answers comes as several 100 people attended a Saturday afternoon vigil outside the foundation Food group plant, laying wreaths for loved ones who had died, plus a war of words raging between big and small Wall Street investors sparked this week by the game stop trading halt that seemed to squeeze out The little guy on the trading platform. Robin Hood Robin Hood put restrictions on Thursday. So that means the people weren't able to buy those volatile stocks like Nokia like AMC. They've ease those restrictions, not completely but they have since then. People are so angry that there's two class action complaints filed against Robin Hood, two probes coming from Texas and New York. They're looking into those massive market swings. The SEC said that they would be looking into the swings and checking for any type of market manipulation box.

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Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Foundation Food Group Plant Kills 6 In Gainesville, NE of Atlanta

Atlanta Living

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Foundation Food Group Plant Kills 6 In Gainesville, NE of Atlanta

"Plant in game Still now the Chemical Safety board will be giving a news briefing this afternoon. Six workers were killed. But we're still hospitalized person who could potentially be frozen from liquid nitrogen, killing emergency calls made in the moments after the leak at the foundation food plant. There are reports that employees and notified management on Wednesday about a liquid nitrogen leak at the foundation Foods plant, but plant leadership declined to shut the plant down to fix the issue. West Georgia police chief An

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WTOP

"A time. If that's the problem, I can't believe it. I think I'll be here till tomorrow. But I'm not leaving. There is troubling new information about a nitrogen leak that killed at least six people and injured a dozen others at a poultry plant in Georgia. Yesterday. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez is in Gainesville. CBS News has learned. Members of the company's leadership knew there was a nitrogen leak on Wednesday, but did not want to close the plant for a day to fix the problem. Foundation Food Group, which owns the plant, calls it a tragic accident and has not commented on knowing about the leak. Gamestop shares are up in pre market trading a day after the Robin Hood Act froze purchases as it struggled to keep up with small investors who sent prices soaring. CBS news business analyst Dill Schlessinger. Shares of the brick and mortar video game retailer are set to rise by 100% this morning. That's after losing 44% of its value yesterday and the day before gained 100%. Tyler Perry, Shonda Rhimes and Oprah are among the better known paying tribute to a Hollywood pioneer actress Sicily. Tyson has died. She was 96 years old. CBS is Chris Martinez has more from Los Angeles, Tyson appeared in more than 100 rolls on stage and screen in a career that spanned seven decades. Most recent was in 2020 in the Tyler Perry movie of Fall from Grace. Don't make me Go back, she said. All of her roles were her favorites. S and P Futures are down. 27 Dow futures off 1 81. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p app..

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Dry again in the next week, and we're tracking the precipitation mornings on Main Street coming up on Wdun. The investigation is ongoing into the deadly nitrogen leak at a Hall County poultry processing plant yesterday morning. Six workers had foundation food group died. Three others remain hospitalized in critical condition this morning. No names have been made public yet now. Federal investigators haven't been on the scene since yesterday trying to determine what happened. The plant does remain close today. Hall County Sheriff's Office is conducting the local investigation. Now one business owner in the area of the incident, says he really had no idea what was going on just down the street from him. But when he heard the sirens, he knew the situation had to be bad. Him deep. Ask Wall says when he heard some workers at a food at the foundation Food group had died. It brought up some long ago. Memories for him that I got when I was a young man. I was hired to replace one of 25 people killed in an explosion in a steel mill. So the thought of The moms and dads. Whoever the deceased are never going to come home again really strikes to my heart Deep Ask Wall owns Tim's auto upholstery on old Flowery Branch Road, which is just a few blocks away from the old prime Pack plant again now operated by foundation Food group. WDUN News Times 704 An investigation underway after police found a man dead with a gunshot wound outside of a Lawrenceville apartment building yesterday morning. About the same time everything was happening at the foundation Food group and Gainesville. W W. Went to Austin Eller with that report, according to a press release from the Gwinnett County Police Department. Officers responded to an apartment building on Walter Boulevard just after 10 a.m. after someone called 911 to report hearing a gunshot. Really says the color also saw the man lying at the bottom of a stairwell. When they arrived, Officers found the man dead with at least one gunshot wound. The release state's investigators are working to determine why the man was at the apartment complex. Detectives are asking any witnesses to come forward with information. Ah woman facing additional charges in a drug case out of commerce earlier this month after law enforcement discovered she'd given them a false name. Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office. Special agent in charge trend, Hillsman says Sara Elizabeth Sims gave officers the name of a friend and other information related to that friend when she was first booked in Banks County going to fingerprint her so she could see allows that she had given a false name. Date of birth 34 year old. The 34 year old Sims from Hole is now charged with giving a false name and date of birth in addition to those drug trafficking charges. Following a long list of conditions read aloud by commissioners. The whole County Commission did give unanimous approval to a re zoning application by Richland Land planning for 225 Town homes along Spelled Springs Road near Friendship Road. Opponents to that development, many of whom showed up at last night's meeting are organized and numerous, according to area resident Gary Hodges. We represent and we keep growing this five, maybe 7000 people now that lived that boat in that area, and those people say no, we don't need it. This project needs to be turned down the applicant, saying it may be as much as a year. Before construction gets underway. It's at 40 Acre site in today's local obituaries. Little and Davenport announces the death of Ricky Peck Age 62 of Gainesville Memorial Park. South announces the death of Harold Mack Parker Age 77 of Austell. Ward's Funeral Home announcing the death of Sarah Elizabeth Ash Smith Age 90 of Gainesville, words also announcing the death of Jimmy Lee Wilmoth age 78 of Maysville. And Wimberly Funeral home announces the death of Margaret Parham age 75 of Gainesville. There's more news had access Wdun looks like another cold morning on the way for tomorrow morning. Just like this morning. We'll find out more about your forecast in just a second. Also getting updates on your drive this morning. Couple of complications out there you need to watch out for. It's all straight ahead as we continue with mornings on Main Street, this portion brought to in part by Little and Davenport funeral home. Wdun times, now, seven minutes after seven a reading on the Internet,.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Committed to helping the GOP win back. The majority in 2022 Donald Trump is no longer in office. But he's still a force within the Republican Party. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy paid a visit to the former president at his Florida resort. The face to face meeting took place as Republicans in Congress decide how best to navigate the post Trump era. Trump's Save America PAC described it as a very good and cordial meeting. While McCarthy said the former president promised to help the party take back the house in next year's congressional elections. Greg Clugston Washington When Wall Street opening Bell sounds this morning have many eyes will be on Shares of Game stop after the trading at Robin Hood announced it would allow limited purchases of the stock. Robin Hood, among a number of absent yesterday blocked purchases of Gamestop targeted by the little guys on Reddit, who challenged the billionaire hedge funds. And one New York mayor Bill de Blasio, stressing the importance of transparency after the state attorney general concluded that coronavirus deaths in New York state nursing homes may have been undercounted by as much as 50%. We have to make sense of this, we have to get the full truth. And we have to make sure it never ever happens again. Nothing like this happens again on. We have to be honest about the numbers. Six people have died in a liquid nitrogen leak at a poultry processing plant in Gainesville, Georgia, 11. Others hospitalized several in critical condition. It happened at the foundation Food group plant in Gainesville, about 50 miles northeast of Atlanta. Wall Street. Dow futures down 106 points NASDAQ futures off 1 28 more on these stories, town hall dot.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fox News president. Biden says he's also working with Congress. We got a lot to do. First thing I gotta do is get this code package passed. He's proposed a lot more Corona financial aid for Americans. What is the status on that? Fox is Rachel Sutherland explains Live. Democrats may try to go it alone on the president's $1.9 billion covert of relief plan. Using a process called budget reconciliation, which allows for a simple majority vote. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the administration is looking for compromise. Of unifying the country is addressing the problems that the American people are facing and working to reach out to Democrats and Republicans to do exactly that. Some Republicans want to break the package into smaller chunks. At the same time, GOP Senator Rob Portman once a deeper accounting of what funds remain from the $900 billion, a package from December Dave and Rachel Again. This current package over all its price tag is 1.9 trillion. President Biden will not take executive action today he had planned to sign immigration related policies, but that's been pushed back. He defends his flurry of orders. His undoing. Trump damage. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell points to something candidate, Biden said. You can't legislate by executive action unless you're a dictator. Well, and one week you sign more than 30, unilateral actions and working Americans. They're getting short shrift. The president was a day visit Wounded American troops at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Now two U. S. Soldiers are in critical condition in Texas. After ingesting an unknown substance. Nine others were also injured during a field training exercise at Fort Bliss the day after a disaster at a Georgia poultry plants. Preliminary indications are that a nitrogen line ruptured inside the facility. Foundation Food Group Vice President Nicolas and from six.

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6 people killed after liquid nitrogen leak at Gainesville, Georgia food processing plant

Mornings on Maine Street

01:10 min | 1 year ago

6 people killed after liquid nitrogen leak at Gainesville, Georgia food processing plant

"People were killed during a HAZ mat emergency yesterday morning at a poultry processing plan off Memorial Park Road in Gainesville. The incident happened just after 10 o'clock in the morning it foundation food group, The former location of prime packed foods product in question that was involved in this incident has been confirmed to be liquid nitrogen. No explosion has occurred. That has been reported erroneously in social media, but it was the leak of unknown cause that has occurred in the system here. That's whole county Fire division chief Zack Bracket at one of two press conferences that were held yesterday. He says four firefighters were among those taken to the hospital with respiratory complaints after they were exposed to the liquid nitrogen. Three of them were treated and released. 1/4 stayed in the hospital overnight remain Sarah last report. Now three of the workers from the foundation Food Group are still in the hospital in critical condition. Authorities are withholding the names of the dead and the injured at this point. Federal officials, along with the whole county sheriff's office are investigating what happened.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"And prayers for these team members, their families, friends and co workers, so ours asses. We all cope with this terrible loss today. Also speaking at that press conference yesterday, which we did stream at access wdun dot com, was Sean Couch with the Northeast Georgia Health System spokesperson for them and was asked question about with those cases being transported. And the situation with Kobe cases at the hospital how that was impacting them. Thankfully, from atomic perspective, we have started to see it a slow decline in our covert cases this week, getting below 300 hospitalized for day. So that certainly helped and freeing up some bed space. Thankfully, it wasn't more significant than itwas had it been or had the timing been in the earlier It certainly would have strained already strained resources, and that's what we know so far. Of course, you can read more about it. Access Wdun calm and B. J. You'll have more information throughout the morning as well, Right. We do know, of course, that we've got investigators coming in. On a federal level we received gosh. I'll have to look him up some press information last night about folks who were going to be coming into who are specifically tasked with looking into chemical leaks, chemical emergencies, that kind of thing, OSHA, of course in town, and then the whole County Sheriff's office. Um, is doing the specific death investigation and notifying the family members of those who died, Um It's just a you know, there are so many puzzle pieces you don't think about when something like this happens, at least just on the surface, But for instance, there was there's a school just down the road. Um Lyman Hall Elementary School, and so they were put under a shelter in place order. Everybody was okay, but Um were the parents of some of those Children working at that particular plant? They did not know at the time, so and they weren't told names. You know, those who don't know s So there was that, you know, what are we gonna have to deal with here and again? We still don't know. Um, I watched a lot of television coverage of this last night and all the TV folks were in the area, of course and talking to concerned family members who were standing around outside the building, just waiting for Some news. So, you know, heart wrenching. I couldn't imagine being being one of those family members not knowing you know, exactly. And this business Foundation food group actually just took over this business. January 1st Did you mention that? You probably don't know? Did not You just be prime packed right? Exactly. And so you know, that has to be devastating to for them to just come into the community, take over a business and then realize that something like this happen. So okay on a on a slightly bizarre note, and, you know, may I find these bizarre tangents to go with us? What I found interesting was during the press conference yesterday. And I know these people from Atlanta don't know who we are. They think we're in some sort of backwater, which were not they got to know us. They would know that's not the case. But asking the guy who's so You're Poulter facility. What do you What do you do here? Well, we are culture facilities, so we processed poultry products. Oh, like nuggets and stuff, or I thought, I think yeah, because it is a further processing plant, but it was just the way it was kind of asking. The response that Ancram had was like, Well, we processed poultry where poultry plants What more do you need? Are you hungry? Is that what you're looking at? Anyway? I just struck me is odd, not a question I would have asked during the press conference. I would have tried to catch him afterwards, or at least looked him up online and search would have given you that answer. Exactly going to be a journalist Do job exactly. E get up my horse on that, But I felt kind of funny. So your poultry plant. What do you do here when we processed poultry? Oddly enough. 22, but it's after six. Ugo I'm sure that was the headline story at that point, Yeah, All right, B J. Let's find out what else is making headlines and there's plenty going on my goodness. It was busy yesterday. Definitely well on a national.

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6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta

Charlie Parker

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta

"Poultry plant in Georgia experienced a liquid nitrogen leak, killing six people Thursday morning. The incident happened at foundation food groups of prepared food facility in Gainesville. That's a city about 50 miles to the northeast of Atlanta. It's known for its thriving poultry industry. This particular plant processes chicken products for restaurants and other food services. OSHA and the Georgia Fire Marshal's office are on scene to determine what caused the fatal accident. The victims include maintenance workers, super Advisors and managers. 130 other employees were evacuated to a safe location. Several first responders were treated for exposure. Liquid nitrogen is nonflammable, but it's vapor is extremely cold and can cause frostbite. I damage and in high concentrations asphyxiation. About a dozen people were taken to the hospital after the

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"foundation food group" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Market Royal by the drama over trading of shares of Gamestop and AMC Entertainment, among others. Shares of Gamestop up more than 900% Year to date tumbled 44%. Yesterday. The Biden administration moving to increase the number of people who can administer covert 19 vaccine. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the administration will make it possible for retired medical workers to help vaccinate Americans. HHS will amend the current Prep Act declaration to permit recently retired doctors and nurses to administer covert 19 vaccines. The directive also will allow anyone currently licensed to vaccinate within their home state to administer covert 19. Shots across state lines. Greg Clugston Washington AH Liquid nitrogen leak in the Northeast Georgia poultry plants has claimed a half dozen lives, all sending 11 others to the hospital. At least three of those injured at the foundation Food group plant in Gainesville, Georgia, listed in critical condition. Evacuations ordered in areas that previously were burned by wildfires in Southern California. The concern for mudslides, record rains have inundated Southern California. Blizzard conditions bury the Sierra Nevada in more than 4 ft of snow, and there have been more than a dozen mudslide so far, many of them in Monterey. Meanwhile, large parts of the Midwest and the Northeast gearing up for what could turn into a major winter storm to dump a lot of snow. Looking at Wall Street. Now the Dow futures are down 268 points as that futures off 1 46 more on these stories, a town hall dot com You live here? He lives here. Thank you for helping my family and I get through these very strange time. Can I just say from much eyes and enjoying the new show? Really good. You are loved. I appreciate you, Chris. You're doing great service to well rebelling. They're coming after your Children protect your Children from what they're trying to do in this court. Yes. Is Philadelphia's morning answer with Krista Go on Philadelphia's am 9 90 the answer. It's been two weeks of this administration and the advantage to make it feel like a couple of years. Telephone number. 6108 50 09 that have you noticed that every day every day there's every day. Felt like about a week? Yes. Both weeks. It's really remarkable. It's just It's really e. I mean, the minute that guy was sworn in. It just felt like time. Stopped..

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"foundation food group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The hour your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago to South Carolina patients who had the covert 19 strain. First scene in South Africa were infected in early January, but it was only recently that testing confirmed they had the new strain. CBS is Daniel Back is the highly transmissible Cove in 19 variant, first identified in South Africa is now in the United States to South Carolina. Adults were diagnosed in different parts of the state, becoming the nation's first known cases of the strain. Neither had traveled recently, South Carolina health officials urged everyone to remain vigilant. And yet another reminder that the fight against this deadly virus is far from over. Democrats on Capitol Hill say they could take action on our proposed $1.9 trillion covert relief bill as soon as next week. But CBS is Nancy Cordes says Republicans want to pick it apart. Piece by piece. The White House is continuing to insist that it wants a bipartisan deal even as Democratic allies in Congress prepare for the possibility that that will not be achievable. And so House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that she is readying a bill. That could be pushed through solely with democratic support. If this bipartisan approach doesn't pan out deaths and injuries in a liquid nitrogen leak at the foundation Food group plant in Gainesville, Georgia Hall County Fire Department spokesman Zach Brackets five fatalities in the facility one That was deceased at the hospital. At least three of the 12 injured were reported.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. Ah Liquid nitrogen leak at the foundation Food Group Plant in Gainesville. Georgia. Kills six people. CBS is Jesse Metro Chaos broke out shortly after 10 a.m. at this Gainesville poultry plan. Dean always officials say the liquid nitrogen leak killed six people and sent 12 to the hospital outside. Shaken family members were looking for loved ones. Just bring he's okay. Dress home to not know. Then he won't answer his phone among those taken to the hospital. Several firefighters responding to the scene, Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the deadly leak. I look back at the career of a trailblazing actress 40, Sicily, Tyson had a harder time than most, making it big as an actress. Strong roles for black women were few and far between in the fifties and sixties, but Sicily Tyson eventually got them on Oscar nomination for sounder any wins for TV. Movie of a former slave past the century mark age went on this work to your 110, Sicily. Tyson almost did that She wanted Tony at 88. She has now died. She was 96 Tom Foodies, CBS News. Variant of covert 19 1st, discovered in South Africa has now been detected in the US this as new death tolls. Mark January is the deadliest month of the pandemic. So far, CBS is Michael George reports, officials are seeing some good signs. Section rates are trending downward, and several states are loosening restrictions. Bars and restaurants can reopen next week. In Michigan Indoor dining is now allowed in Chicago and Washington, D. C. Gyms and movie theaters in Oregon can reopen tomorrow. According to the CDC. Over 20 million Americans have received at least a single dose of one of the covert 19 vaccines. California has signed on with private health insurance company Blue Shield to oversee vaccine distribution in that state. Michael George CBS NEWS New York mandatory evacuations in San Bernadino County, California due to a storm and concerns about floods and mudslides. Fire Chief Grant Mel announced. We given evacuation.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on AP News

"And Sounder and as the 110 year old former slave in the 1974 television drama, the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. 1994 AP Interview. Tyson said early in life is a tired we've been admitted to go to the movies. I never walked into Ah, legitimate theater until I was a grown woman. On. So, um, the fact that I am an actress is a source of amazement. A new generation of movie goers saw her the 2011 hit the help and 2016. She received the presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama. Tyson's memoir, Just as I AM was published this week. Jacob Chan's Lee, The Arizona Man in the face paint, furry hat and horns who infamously took part of the insurrection of the capital is said by his lawyer to be willing to testify at former President Donald Trump's of coming impeachment trial. Oh, you're Albert. What consists of senators need to hear from someone who was incited by Trump and now feels betrayed. After Trump refused to pardon him. Six people are dead, three others critically injured in a gas leak at a Georgia poultry plant. The call came in from the foundation Food Group Poultry Plant in Gainesville, Georgia. They found a large contingent of employees that had evacuated Along with multiple victims that were in that crowd that were also experiencing medical emergencies. County fire chief Zack Brackett says they don't know yet what caused the leak. Poultry plants rely on refrigeration systems. The product in question that was involved in this instant has been confirmed to be liquid nitrogen when leaked into the air, liquid nitrogen vapor rises into an odorless gas that is capable of displacing oxygen. Gainesville is the center of George's poultry industry. I'm Ed Donahue. This is AP News. Nissan is recalling a popular SUV. The MPs Jackie Quinn has more the recall cover certain Pathfinder models from 2013 to 2015. The problem is that the brake lights get stuck in the on position, making them pretty much useless. The problems also limiting engine power, and it overrides a safety function that would require a foot to be on the brake pedal to start the engine or shift out of park. Some of the affected pathfinders had already been re called in 2016. But this adds the 2015 model year and offers a new repair. Nissan says it is aware of one crash that occurred because of the brake light problem. I'm Jackie Quinn. FEMA has asked the Pentagon for as many as 10,000 troops to help set up in man mass vaccination sites. FEMA is asking for the military to set up 100 teams..

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Affordable care act and restoring the Medicaid to the way itwas before Trump became president. Under today's executive order, the three month enrollment period will open next month. Ruptured line is being investigated as a possible cause in today's deadly incident at the foundation Food Group Poultry plant in northeast Georgia Hall County Fire Chief Zack Bracket the product in question that was involved in this incident has been confirmed to be liquid nitrogen. At least six people were killed. Nearly a dozen others were sent to hospitals when leaked into the air, liquid nitrogen is capable of displacing breathable oxygen. The police chief. Instinet, Texas Jason Cole year was placed on administrative leave yesterday over a viral Facebook post. It accused Cole Year of living a double life and cited alleged fake annulment documents today. The Texas Rangers arrested Cole Year Prosecutors in Hutchinson County have charged him with tampering with government records. He has resigned. Nissan has issued a recall on some Pathfinder SUV's The AP is Jackie Quinn. It's a problem reported before the brake lights on some pathfinders won't go off, meaning they're lit up for the entire trip. The recall covers some Pathfinder models built between 2013 and 2015. Watch these nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation now at produce around the clock. I'm Vic Vaughn. Mostly clear and moonlit tonight, the low temperature 11 degrees cooler inland. Tomorrow, mostly.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on AP News

"The age of 96. Thyssen began with bit parts before gaining fame in the 19 seventies, was starring roles and Sounder and as the 110 year old former slave in the 1974 television drama, the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. In the 1994 AP interview, Tyson said early in life is a tired we've been admitted to go to the movies. I never walked into Ah, legitimate theater until I was a grown woman. On. So, um, the fact that I am an actress is a source of amazement. A new generation of movie goers saw her the 2011 hit the help and 2016. She received the presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama. Tyson's memoir, Just as I AM was published this week. Jacob Chan's Lee, the Arizona Man in the face paint, Vory Hatton horns who infamously took part of the insurrection of the capital is said by his lawyer to be willing to testify at former President Donald Trump's upcoming impeachment trial. You're Albert. What consists of senators need to hear from someone who was incited by Trump and now feels betrayed. After Trump refused to pardon him. Six people are dead, three others critically injured in a gas leak at a Georgia poultry plant. The call came in from the foundation Food Group Poultry Plant in Gainesville, Georgia. They found a large contingent of employees that had evacuated Along with multiple victims that were in that crowd that were also experiencing medical emergencies. County fire chief Zack Brackett says they don't know yet what caused the leak. Poultry plants rely on refrigeration systems. The product in question that was involved in this instant has been confirmed to be liquid nitrogen when leaked into the air, liquid nitrogen vapor rises into an odorless gas that is capable of displacing oxygen. Gainesville is the center of George's poultry industry. I'm Ed Donahue. This is AP News. Nissan is recalling a popular SUV. The peace Jackie Quinn has more. The recall cover certain Pathfinder models from 2013 to 2015. The problem is that the brake lights get stuck in the on position, making them pretty much useless. The problems also limiting engine power, and it overrides a safety function that would require a foot to be on the brake pedal to start the engine or shift out of park. Some of the affected pathfinders had already been re called in 2016. But this adds the 2015 model year and offers a new repair. These on says it is aware of one crash that occurred because of the brake light problem. I'm Jackie Quinn. FEMA has asked the Pentagon for as many as 10,000 troops to help set up in man mass vaccination sites. FEMA is asking for the military to set up 100 teams..

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Liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia poultry plant kills 6

John Landecker

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia poultry plant kills 6

"Line is being investigated as a possible cause in today's deadly incident of the foundation Food group poultry plant in northeast Georgia Hall County Fire Chief Zack Bracket the product in question that was involved in this incident has been confirmed to be liquid nitrogen. At least six people were killed. Nearly a dozen others were sent to hospitals when leaked into the air, liquid nitrogen is capable of displacing breathable oxygen.

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"foundation food group" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jennifer Gryphus Live in the WSB 24 hour news center with WSB stop stories this half hour, six people are dead and a dozen others hospitalized after a nitrogen line ruptured at a poultry. Processing plant in Hall County. But first CBS News Special Report more sad news today in the entertainment world. Actress Cicely Tyson has died at the age of 96. I look back at her career from reporter Jim Taylor, Sicily. Tyson's long career was on display in the TV miniseries Roots will give him Very good life and in the 1972 films Sounder, which earned her an Oscar nomination, David Lee time to get your bed son. And on stage in Broadway's the Trip to Bountiful When you live longer than your house and your family, you've lived too long. She was selective about her roles, turning down work that did not in her words, enhance humanity I wanted to address Certain issues, and I chose to use my career. My back for Cicely Tyson is now considered a pioneer for black actresses. She was happy that she made a difference, I'm told so every day again Actress Cicely Tyson dead at the age of 96 CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman and again. Six people killed in Gainesville today when a nitrogen line ruptured at a poultry processing plant in Hall County Firefighters rushed to the foundation Food group. After getting the call this morning employees, Jamil Farid says All he could see was fog. I was looking for my land leader..

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"foundation food group" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"foundation food group" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 wlw our temperature right now. 28 degrees in Cincinnati on the drive home tonight, much better than the drive to work this morning, at least in the city of Cincinnati, where the mayor John Cranley, is blaming the poor condition of the roads on the effects of covert 19. Everybody out. Every truck available is out. We had a number of people quarantined under covert. Unfortunately, We're getting it up fast as possible. It's never fast enough, but we're working as fast as we can. Mayor John Cranley on with Bill Cunningham this afternoon Coronavirus update. Ohio is staying below the 21 Day average for new cases with more than 5400 new ones since yesterday. Number of new deaths right at the average with 75 new deaths reported in the past day, Hamilton County now out of the purple on the state's heat map, which is the highest level of intensity, bumping down to the red level. And the curfew now at 11 o'clock tonight, instead of starting at 10, as the number of hospitalizations across Ohio is dropping below 3500 for seven days. What we said that we would do is to go to an 11 o'clock curfew. S O. Beginning tonight. The curfew will be 11 o'clock Governor DeWine during his afternoon news briefing state of Indiana reporting nearly 2900 new cases. Of coronavirus in the past day, Kentucky governor announcing this afternoon, the states has another day of lower cases with more than 2900 in the past 24 hours for the lowest Thursday in a month. The number of deaths reported in one day set a record today, hitting 69 the past 24 hours. Six people are dead, nearly a dozen others injured after a chemical leak and a food processing plant outside of Atlanta. The incident is being described as a leak of liquid nitrogen at a poultry plant owned by foundation Food group in Gainesville. Eric Booth with the Hall County Sheriff's office. Our crime scene unit was able to get in and start processing the scene and working through it and our investigators remain there now looking into the incident..

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