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Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy
"Hey Everyone Danielle. Here I'm excited to get into this episode with our guest and curly will be back next week today Monica royer joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Monica Andy An organic baby and children's clothing company. Monica had the idea to launch her company literally from the hospital after she gave birth. Who've with the mission of being the most thoughtful children's brand ever created and as we'll get into entrepreneurship definitely runs in her family Monica. Thank you for joining us today welcomed skin from the couch Danielle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Thank you. So I just WanNa say that like literally I think one of the days after I had told our team that I. Was Pregnant I had a call with Monica and I was like only slightly panicked about the fact that I was maybe a first time mom and really had no clue what I was doing and was like everyone keeps telling me I need a lay at and I don't even know what that is and Google that and Monica was like such a calming presence and literally knows this case inside a now. Thank you so much what we're is really excited to welcome people into Motherhood, in new, parenthood. So congratulations to you. Thank you. So let's start with an easy question scam your resume. To actually take back to what you can't see on link to in, which is that I came from a very hardworking family and so at the age of twelve, my mom was the manager, the ultrasound department at Good Samaritan. Hospital in Downers Grove and she's like you're gonNA start volunteering. So she went an air sign me up I was working at the front desk outpatient registration and that at fourteen she was like job permit time. So we went I started stocking the shelves at now very defunct retail store of which I. Can't even remember the name but work ethic with something was really important to my parents and so I spent all the time before I graduated from college with all of my summer jobs in the hospital. So physical therapy like you name it I worked all around the hospital when University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana graduated and I immediately got a job in the pharmaceutical industry. So I spent the first decade doing absolutely nothing related to what I'm currently doing but I worked at both Pfizer and Novartis for that decade which was. Very different from currently in that I launched. Monica. Nandy officially in July of twenty fourteen. So now this is my new baby and what I've been most recently working on what's something that we can't Google about you or look up on Lincoln I originally wanted to be a marine biologist. nine or ten old I would have told you wanted to be a marine biologist terrified of the ocean look at seeing but being in it. So that was sort of a non starter, the marine biology career, but I remained totally obsessed with like orcas. Great White Sharks in my very favorite place to travel as the San Juan islands outside of Seattle, marine, biologist, and pharmaceutical industry. This is all very, very interesting. So we're GONNA get into your family. And the support system that you've built around you. But I when I was talking to you a few weeks ago, you were talking about your mom and how her story had such an impact on you tell us about what it was like growing up in your house. What kind of expectations were there? Yeah. So my mom is an immigrant from India. She moved here from India's her dad was dying of Emphysema and some money home when she was nineteen. Years old as I have always a revered both of my parents Andy I always say that will never win the lottery because we did the first time by the parents that we got. So a massive amount of respect for both of them. But my mom, there was something about the family that she came from her family was very matriarchal in in a society in India that was much the opposite in. So my grandfather had nine children altogether the first. Five of which were girls as in India, like at that time most people wanted boys but my grandfather really cherish having girls in he educated each of them like they were boys and so when my mom came here, she came here on sheer well of the education that she had received and so education was of the utmost importance specifically for my mom mom was the only person in her family to marry outside of her Indian cultures or a dad is. Know his ancestors from European background and so my brother and I were so close growing up because we were so different from everybody else we were between world instead of fitting into any world in particular and so I think that unique experience really shaped the adults that we became.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A composition look there's every channel you're a Booker was a nurse at good Samaritan hospital in some you heard from her in an earlier Booker had just clocked at eleven PM for the night shift on February eighteenth here's what she wrote in her brain book for that day okay man it's saying that the young man had been shot a man that was on their way to the good cement and his name GMA lead tax twenty six years ago is there a dress is about three blocks thirty seven Marion Alabama that way the full zip codes and when it came in about a man and he was all bent over thank god chat room Amanda this is completely also a laceration on back he approximately two inches now that's what I put down because it's last out I ran this is the Lev mass meeting at church in marinara ma'am and went to a cafe was shot back a state trooper heating you may not the E. aren't good Sam had four curtain stalls it with Jimmy on the table in the second one yeah Adam up on that and tried to stretch them out but he was in such pain that's coming back up and then I noticed them when I pulled the sheet up that was hold on let it lapse that as big as a grapefruit I'm in Texas was out of that hell the given morphine the next rate him and then later that night he underwent surgery for a couple days after it appeared that he might recover from the ones Booker recalls feeling hopeful in those first days he was one of the patients in my life that add this in Kerr's do any was one of the month once I wish engine engine yeah right but that third full of night I could tell he was just in a week and we just can't be ten million asset already getting infected get me back to the eighty eight days late two.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I think that what you're going to see is. These have been okayed by the fire department, and then when the space heaters come through. You're not gonna get us space either time to be able to be plugged in. Kitchen has okay. Jer apartment your home first base heater. It can hold the load eastern. Police are investigating after an eighteen month old boy was found alone in a shopping cart. At the target store on Robert drive at about one in the afternoon yesterday. WBZ TV's Lisa Gresham reports police Scott the call around one Saturday afternoon when they arrived, they found the eighteen month old baby. Boy who witnesses say was left, all alone and the parking lot. Oh, gosh. That's scared me shoppers relieved to know the baby seemed to be on harmed. But still concerned that's a little crazy. You know? I don't know if they were on the phone or whatever got a little distracted. But your kids the most important thing police say the child was with two men and two women and surveillance video shows the four of them getting in their car and leaving without the baby it is a really really bad place. Leave the baby it was about an hour later around two pm when police say a man called saying he accidentally left the child at target child appeared unharmed, but was brought to good Samaritan hospital for evaluation. The department of children and families is investigating the satanic. Temple opens up just in time for Halloween that story just ahead on WBZ..
12 cases linked to Puyallup hospital Hepatitis C outbreak
"To more lethal street drugs Dr Mark Beatty with the local health district says this problem is particularly. Difficult to fight it is a constant Bergen that the people who were. Affected with have to deal with and while they may. Be able to, get on substitute treatment or stop Altogether the low always, be, at risk for returning the county is. Looking at several methods of combating the crisis and is even considering a. Lawsuit against the opioid manufacturers there are updated totals on the. Hepatitis c outbreak at Puyallups good Samaritan hospital eighty Jeffers with the Tacoma Pierce county health department. Says additional, cases have been. Linked twelve cases that are genetically linked confirmed hepatitis the. Positive Jefferson's six additional positive tests, remain under. Investigation while Fifty-three positive unrelated to the good Samaritan. Outbreak have also come, back say they've connected a former nurse. At the hospital to, the outbreak though her attorney says she's tested negative for the disease the health department continues to urge some. Nine hundred people they've contacted to come. Forward to be tested KOMO news time is now, four thirty seven investigators in Kanter working. To fire out if a fire at a strip mall yesterday was intentionally set firefighters arrived. To find three cars burning in an alley flame spread to the strip And, did so much damage to the empire pawn shop the walls of the building could collapse investigators say this fire is suspicious. But they don't have any leads yet on how it. Was set nearly one year after President Trump. Announced a plan rather a ban on transgendered people from serving in the military lawmakers and activists are fighting back more from komo's Jeff Pohjola it was last summer when Mr. Trump announced the band very complicated issue for the military Very confusing for the military.
New York City to pay $20.8 million in nurses' gender-discrimination suit
"On Wednesday July eighteenth good evening I'm Vicky Allen. WCBS news time eight thirty one to shark. Attacks are suspected off Long Island south shore with, a teenage. Boy had a twelve year, old girl bitten and telling quite scary story she saw. Finn blood and then twelve year. Old Lola, Paulina of Islip said she ran, out of the water off of fire island I saw something like next to, me and. I kind of felt pain And I looked in so like a thin. Kind of I don't know who describe it and. So I started like running out of the water because I felt it amazingly she. Was treated and then released here at good Samaritan hospital those like this It wasn't, that big it. Was like three four feet ish. She said she is not afraid, to go back, into the water. They didn't think that would happen because it's. Like obviously I wouldn't think oh my gosh I'm going to get the. Best show today especially really close it was kind. Of like crazy 'cause I sell, like defenders like. Oh my gosh I'm so close like how. This happen and off another fire island beats a thirteen year old boy was also bitten, in the leg also able to. Walk away with non-life threatening injuries he was attending a summer camp the same camp Lola will be attending in a few weeks Sophia hall WCBS. NewsRadio eight eighty Murderer indictments are unsealed in the, Bronx against twelve. Suspected gang members and last month's machete attack on, a fifteen year old outside of Delhi and Belmont WCBS reporter Mike melts was in the courtroom as they walked through the courtroom we answer fully screamed killer in Spanish at. Two of the man accused of ending her fifteen year old sons young life police say with Sandra. Goose Felice was brutally, murdered by twelve. Alleged notorious gang members in case of mistaken identity Bronx district attorney. Durso Clark says goosebumps police was ripped out of, a, data and stabbed, repeatedly with knives, and a machete the victim ran from the, Bodega to Saint. Barnabas hospital and collapsed and died. In the of the entrance Guzman, Felices death shocked, the community a. Boy murdered in the middle of a street. A boy that had hoped to be a police officer one day that. Shock transferred into tips from the public which helped. The NYPD track down the alleged, killers police Commissioner. Jimmy O'Neill was asked whether he is surprised. About how the public responded Guzman Felices murder in. This case no I mean if she just looked, at the sheer brutality I mean if you haven't seen that video everybody in New York City should watch that and this is what these gangs and crews a capable of. At the Bronx DA's office Mike's melts WCBS NewsRadio eighty eighty eight thirty three CBS news update what happened in the two hour private meeting between President Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin in Helsinki Mr. Trump told CBS's Jeff glor- he laid down the law on. Russia's election meddling I let, him, know we can't have this would not going to have it and that's the. Way, it's going to be the interview. Comes amid controversy over the president's continued waffling on that? Issue. And what he plans to do about agree with US, intelligence that Russian Melton election in two thousand, sixteen and I've said that before Jeff I. Have said that numerous times before I would say that that is true yeah but you. Haven't condemned police specifically do you hold him responsible Well I would because he's in charge of the country just like I consider. Myself to be responsible for, things, that happened in this country Jeff glories entire interview with the president can be. Viewed. On tonight CBS evening news CBS, news update I'm Pam Coulter New York City agrees to pay nearly twenty one million dollars to nurses. Who filed a. Gender discrimination complaint WCBS supporter Peter, Haskell says the, deal was announced by the US attorney's office is settlement involves motion sixteen hundred. Nurses and midwives he were hired. By the city between nineteen sixty, five hundred twenty. Twelve because they were women this hideous ruled it did not work in quote physically taxing jobs predominantly male positions where physically taxing that man, temperature twenty-five years on the job men could retire at age fifty. Women had, to, wait until fifty..
Florida man accused of killing pregnant wife, trying to cut up body
"Acknowledge those who donate blood but there's also a message for non donors komo's gregg hersholt reports the recent harris poll found about thirty percent of those who don't donate blood or afraid that the needle will cause pain bloodworks northwest president dr james audubon says would like to make it very clear that the needle that we use in blood collection are specially produced they are examined under a microscope or sterilized and they are coated with a special silicon coating so they slided easily they don't hurt they're not the same as needles that you encounter when you go to your doctor's office to have a blood test he says the summer months present a challenge because donations typically drop into summer vacations and normal routines being disrupted the doctor is hoping that today's world blood donor day will serve as a motivation for people to donate with a particular need right now for platelets gregg hersholt komo news the pierce county health department confirming another case of hepatitis c that could be linked to eight other cases at good samaritan hospital in puyallup health officials say it's still unclear how that virus spread none of the patients have a connection to one another except for receiving an injection from the same nurse in the emergency room the attorney for that nurse corps awebber claims that she does not have hepatitis a mason county man admits to nine one one operators that he beat his wife so severely that she died several days later komo's keith eldridge says the husband is jailed while the tech does look for evidence around his collins lake home the strongest piece of evidence that nine one one call from stuart sullivan where he said about his wife i beat the hell out of her a couple of days ago and i think she just died sullivan went before a judge fact a six year old is accused of first degree murder the prosecutor said it was because of what he called extreme indifference to human life when the nine one one operator asked what sullivan had used to beat his wife he said everything i suppose she got beat up bad this circumstance to me is one of those is an absolute tragedy and depending on investigation plays we'll know more about the time span that time link on that sullivan held in jail and a half million dollars bail into who you keith eldridge.
Good Samaritan Hospital, Burg and Mccleary discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The number for the rest of the state is nearly twenty seven an hour according to their math people making the state's minimum wage needs to work seventy five hours a week to afford a one bedroom apartment some sad news tonight the seattle storm or mourning the death of former coach and basketball hall of famer don of it the team posted this tribute on twitter earlier donovan led to the storm to a championship in two thousand four becoming the first female coach and the youngest person to win a title in the wnba her family says she died of heart failure donovan was fifty six tomorrow we expect to hear from the mother of lindsey baum and get an update on the search for evidence related to the murder of the mccleary girl police and volunteers have been searching the area we're hunters found her body and kittitas county in eastern washington last fall may are looking for evidence that could lead to lindsays killer still much county detectives are asking for your help about knife that was used to kill a woman in two thousand thirteen it's a performance tool northwest trail one hand knife that hasn't been in production since two thousand eleven investigators say it was used to kill philip evans lopez they have the knife from the murder in evidence but are hoping someone has a similar model they can use for forensic testing the pierce county health department is found another case of hepatitis c that could be linked to eight other cases white here at good samaritan hospital in puyallup now brings the total number of cases two four eight other cases are confirmed to have a genetic link health officials tell us it's still unclear how the virus spread none of the patients have a connection to one another except for receiving an injection from the same nurse in the emergency room the attorney for that nurse corps we burg says their own testing proves she had nothing to do with it well the tsa is taking steps to make sure another nightmare of seen like this one that played out at sea tac security lines over the weekend doesn't happen again komo news was first to report on that situation that airport officials called see tax worst day ever tsa says unprecedented hiring struggles were partly to blame and to help the.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To puma and scientists had mit the secret is bacteria you had been identifying area that can analyze sweat and so we have embedded created this insole that would have a layer bacteria and then a layer of electrodes that can also take the responses of the bacteria to your phone mit design lab director you tells cadillacs the smart shoes are still in early development and they don't yet have final plans to bring them to market they'll also need to work on bacteria lays smart socks till then you'll have to slide the shoes onto your bare feet brian pain knx ten seventy newsradio lots of tributes have been paid robert kennedy assassinated in los angeles fifty years ago this week knx talked with who was at rfk's bedside at good samaritan hospital as he took his final breath this los angeles neurologist was in awe of rfk he had watched his victory speech from the ambassador hotel then the shooting and i had no idea that a few hours later i remember standing at his bedside and involved in his care that hospital room filled with kennedy's relatives apple with teddy and eventually jackie showed up at the time of his death he research rounded by these family members dan although he was never conscious i'm sure he knew it wherever he is now robert f kennedy died here in los angeles one forty four in the morning june six the nineteen sixty eight at good samaritan hospital craig fichtner knx ten seventy newsradio a new study says it your morning commute is shorter than your drive home in la that's because you're focused in the morning you have to get to work the kids off to school but in the evening there's a behavioral difference says usc professor gabriel kind are often running errands going to the grocery store going out for dinner and end up driving more mild one of the worst evening routes interstate five heading south is one of the slowest commutes out there concepts there's nothing to be done to fix the morning evening commute discrepancy but certainly that data hopefully can arm the traffic designers and.
Seven 'probable' new hepatitis C cases tied to Puyallup outbreak
"New set results are coming back from over thousand patients of puyallup hospital that may have been exposed to hepatitis c thanks to a nurse good samaritan hospital claims that nurse still drugs and purposely infected at least two patients the nurse denies being contagious but over a thousand people have come forward for testing the health department now says there are seven cases likely linked to the outbreak they've sent them to the cdc for more testing and twelve more cases are under investigation more evidence that drug overdose deaths are on the rise and king county here's kiro radio santa scott's deaths from drug and alcohol and king county jumped from three hundred forty eight in two thousand sixteen to three hundred seventy nine last year a report from county health officials says sixty nine percent of two thousand seventeen deaths involved heroin and opioids including friends and all but that's from math have also been on the increase in one hundred thirty six people died from that drug last year the biggest concern synthetic sentinel which was linked to thirty three deaths in the county last year up from twenty three the year before and there have already been eighteen deaths linked to the drug so far this year an eighteen year old arrested yesterday for bringing a gun edmonds would way high school and pointing it at other students but that gun turned out to be fake the student is still expected to face charges for threatening others with what appeared to be a very real weapon a look at your drive now here's kiro radio realtime.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KOMO
"At eleven forty four jay phillips komo news shannon o'donnell with forecast everybody it's tuesday night and it's damp and showery out there the thunder and lightning dissipating and the hail along with that but we'll still see some rain at times overnight and into our wednesday showers and sun breaks tomorrow really leaning toward mainly dry much of the time with highs in the sixties another round of rain comes through on thursday but boy at warms up quickly for mother's day weekend with highs near eighty on sunday in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell donald sixty three degrees korowi berg the nurse accused of injecting patients would needles she used on herself wept during a press conference today or criminal defense attorney brian hershman says there's no genetic evidence that links to hepatitis markers found in two patients from good samaritan hospital to his client as to the claim that she took medication intended for patients or admitted she admitted to her own detriment that there are discard barrels for these rugs and she did in fact take drugs that had already been discarded by her and perhaps other nurses and combine them into a vial so that she could kill herself because the depths of depression were so great as a result of pressures related to this job in fact on three prior occasions she has tried to end her own life on multiple other occasions she took these drugs with the intent of entering entering her life and she didn't have the courage to do it and thank god flush them near the department of health nor the hospital ever spotted get to the claims from the we legal team go ahead from the the city on the massive convention center expansion project means buses will come out.
Nurse accused of using her own drug needles on patients — and exposing them to hepatitis C
"Number one for news news time to oh to sixty eight degrees clear for now in seattle although clouds are on the way the forecast coming up our top stories we're following word of an apparent dog attack in arlington at least three people have been hurt this happened before twelve thirty on two hundred and fourth street northeast one person who was injured had we taken to the hospital to be treated we're continuing to follow this developing story and we'll bring you more as we get it korowi burke the nurse accused of injecting patients with needles she used on herself wept during a press conference today her criminal defense attorney brian hershman says there's no genetic evidence that links to hepatitis markers found in two patients from good samaritan hospital to his client as to the claim that she took medication intended for patients core admitted she admitted to her own detriment that there are discard barrels for these rugs and she did in fact take drugs that had already been discarded by her and perhaps other nurses and combine them into a vial so that she could kill herself either the department of health nor the hospital have responded yet to claims from the we burg legal team major changes coming to the downtown seattle ferry terminal now include new six block long driveway for cars boarding ferries.
Nurse accused of using her own drug needles on patients and exposing them to hepatitis C
"A we berbie nurse accused of injecting patients with needles she used on herself wept during a press conference today or criminal defense attorney brian hershman says there is no genetic evidence that links the hepatitis markers found in two patients from good samaritan hospital to his client as the claim that she took medication intended for patients cora admitted she admitted to her own detriment that there are discard barrels for these rugs and she did in fact take drugs that had already been discarded by her and perhaps other nurses and combine them into a vial so that she could kill herself because the depths of her depression were so great as a result of pressures related to this job in fact on three prior occasions she has tried to end her own life on multiple other occasions she took these drugs with the intent of entering entering her life and she didn't have the courage to do it and thank god flush them the press conference is ongoing and i do the department of health nor the hospital responded yet to the claims from the burgh legal team the attorney who sued over education funding more than eleven years ago is talking about the next salvo after the mccleary case is closed thomas her and tells komo a trial would be the only way to find out if the money being funneled into schools and to pay teachers salaries is enough date isn't paying money fill the empty spaces in the in the k three classroom republican representative paul harris disagrees he says they've put a lot of money into teachers salaries job we've given them a cola we've raised the salaries i when is enough enough i don't know state supreme court expected to issue its final ruling in mccleary sometime in the next two to four weeks some school districts in snohomish county have made or are considering staffing cuts and overhaul to the state's funding structure is changing how school district's budget and account for state and.
Man Infected With Hepatitis C After ER Visit Files Suit Against MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital | Tech Times
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"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KOMO
"Keno continues to spew lava at least five homes have been destroyed and dozens of other properties are threatened nearly two thousand residents on hawaii's big island forced to evacuate i'm michelle franzen abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson good samaritan hospital in puyallup now facing a lawsuit over one of their nurses allegedly exposing thousands of patients to have titus e komo suzanne phan with the details attorney amanda serily says her client is suing good samaritan hospital pl up and multicolored health system the client went to good samaritan last december to be treated for kidney stones months later results show he tested positive for hepatitis c very emotionally tolling on him police arrested nurse cora we burg thursday night at the canadian border she's accused of stealing narcotics well working the good samaritan hospital emergency room she also is accused of infecting at least two patients with hep c including series client we are not looking into the criminal allegations at this point that's not our concern serily says her claim filed the civil suit for several reasons this case is being brought against good samaritan for negligence calls of action we're actually concerned more about the hospital and what was their knowledge has not commented on the suit we burg has been released from jail due to lack of evidence a state worker in yakima who investigated child abuse and neglect cases says he is guilty of molesting and raping several children himself yakima herald reports fifty year old rebel fo deleo went to police on thursday and reported he'd sexually abused five children they were all under the age of twelve he's currently in the yakima county jail being held on a quarter million dollars bail but who days working on a king county road crew for.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KOMO
"Patients to hepatitis c has been released from jail now good samaritan hospital in puyallup facing a lawsuit over the incident the latest from komo's suzanne fawn attorney amanda clearly says her client is suing good samaritan hospital in puyallup for several reasons this case is being brought against good samaritan for negligence calls of action we're actually concerned more about the hospital and what was their knowledge basuto alleges that multi care failed to properly train investigate and monitor nursery berg after patients complaints are concerned is primarily on good samaritans practices with respect to their notice that this nurse had medication practice issues and that they didn't do anything about it we birds attorney has not seen the lawsuit he told komo news however police departments claims about nurse we are false that there's no direct link between his client and the to see patients he said we burg is very upset that patients got hepatitis c and very devastated that she's being blamed for it now the spokesperson for multi care health system hasn't seen the lawsuit yet so they can't comment on it as for nurse weaver she was scheduled to appear in court on monday but now any quarter parents are on hold live here in puyallup suzanne phan komo news the protector of children's says he raped them a truly disturbing story out of yakima estates social worker turned himself into police for allegedly sexually abusing children komo's kelly bleier has those bizarre details state worker in yakima who investigated child abuse and neglect cases says he is guilty of molesting and raping several children the aca herald republic reports fifty year old rodolfo galeano went to police on thursday and reported he had sexually abused five children he says he knew them but not from his job police said the victims are under the age of twelve and took place between two thousand ten and this april on has worked as a social service specialist for the state department of social and health services for eighteen years he currently is in the yakima county jail on a quarter of a million dollars bond kelly bleier komo news amana seriously injured after falling off what's called the index wall in snohomish county jp blackman fell about twenty feet after some of his equipment apparently failed komo's gave cohen has the story rescuers hike up and treated him until a helicopter could fly him out.
"good samaritan hospital" Discussed on KOMO
"Big businesses council members lorraine a gonzales lisa herbal held a town hall in seattle's sodo neighborhood on friday and they got an earful supporters of the tax would generate seventy five million dollars a year for homeless services but critics argue lead to job losses pointing to amazon's decision to halt work on a planned office tower proven yourself i think it's ridiculous that you should get more money with with city council vote on the plan as early as may fourteenth we berg is accused of stealing narcotics while working in the good samaritan hospital emergency room and infecting at least two patients with hepatitis c police arrested her at the canadian border earlier this week investigators say the trip was part of a planned vacation but they didn't want to take the chance that she'd leave the country and not come back weaver's mother denies the accusations not to worry that that we know who she is and most important she knows who she is and so that's all that matter weaver is accused of overdrawing prescription drugs injecting herself with some of it and then using that same needle to inject the remainder into patients we were has been released from jail pending a bail hearing on monday lawsuit from one of the victims has also been filed home water produced mixed results for the washington husky rowers against international competition komo's bill swartz with results from the windermere cup crew races in seattle big boisterous crowd line the montlake cut for the opening day of voting season and witnessed outstanding crew.
Nurse charged after allegedly exposing patients to Hep C with needles she used for drugs
"One eight seven seven zero see the day l i well police have arrested the suspect who may have exposed thousands of patients to appetite a seat remember they said i think about twenty five hundred people might have been exposed appetite to see this one hospital system well in powell pula y'all up washington and i apologize for my pronunciation police have arrested the suspect it is a thirty one year old edgewood woman was booked last night into pierce county jail for investigation of two counts of second degree assault they say more information was expected to be released earlier in a press conference today which is supposed to happen the next forty five minutes and detectives received information that the suspect was leaving the country the suspect has located and arrested by detectives now this patient health crisis occurred at multicolors good samaritan hospital in play out this was announced april thirtieth and hospital administrators had to urge thousands of people to get tested i believe that was if you were in the emergency room but twin august fourth and march twenty third multicareer says one of their own emergency room nurses was stealing medications and may have already exposed to patients to the disease as a result the hospitals now urging thousands of former patients be tested for hepatitis b hepatitis c and hiv because the nurses alleged actions now let's say the hospital says this nurse was stealing drugs was not new to the industry and has had a license to work in three states and she pass the drug screen which i started working last summer but she had resigned over the allegations and play a police department is currently investigating now when a nurse steals narcotics intended for patients which is.
Nurse charged after allegedly exposing patients to Hep C with needles she used for drugs
"The court battle around the deadly accident involving a ride the ducks boat on the aurora bridge the city's lawyers unsuccessfully asking judge to drop the case against them and shift all of the blame entire nearly to the state of washington komo's gabe cohen has more the city of seattle astor judge toss the case against them in the deadly ride the ducks crashed three years ago it's best is to consider this as the city versus everybody else the city argued that on the aurora bridge a state route the city is responsible for things like signs and striping but not a full median barrier that's the state's job so there's an important distinction between traffic control devices megan barriers the city's trying to mislead this court the state claimed the opposite that the city is more responsible than the state for building a median this court should expressly fine the city has legal duty to make sure that aurora avenue as it crosses the aurora bridge is reasonably safe the city in the state have been together talking about changes to the aurora bridge for many years ultimately the judge decided it's not our place to choose who's more responsible or who should pay because they are for a jury not acquired motion for summary judgment is denied so now the sides are awaiting trial and the aurora bridge still has no median or curb or anything to prevent another tragedy once again that's komo's gabe cohen reporting the nurse accused of stealing drugs and injecting patients with dirty needles at puyallup good samaritan hospital under arrest komo's charlie harder has the story earlier in the week administrators at the hospital outlined how one of their nurses would allegedly shoot herself up with a little of the painkiller meant for patients then inject them with the remaining dose at least two were infected with hepatitis from the nurse now puyallup police chief scott engel says that nurse is locked up coral we berg this week was arrested at the canadian border last night by the canadians customs authorities and subsequently turned over to the us customs and border protection she faces at least two counts of assault in the second degree the.
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"Accused of stealing drugs and injecting patients with dirty needles at good samaritan hospital has been arrested combo's charlie harker has the update earlier in the week administrators at the hospital outlined how one of their nurses would allegedly shoot herself up with a little of the painkiller meant for patients then inject them with the remaining dose at least two were infected with hepatitis from the nurse now puyallup police chief scott engel says that nurse is locked up the coral we burg was arrested at the canadian border last night by the canadians customs authorities and subsequently turned over to the us customs and border protection she faces at least two counts of assault in the second degree the hospital now testing twenty six hundred former patients who received injections at the er well we burg was on duty between august of last year in late march of this year charlie harger komo news a seattle police officer faces disciplinary action for tackling a suspect armed with an ice axe officer nick guzzler wrestled amanda the sidewalk near the downtown rei store police investigators say guzzling failed to de escalate the situation police guild president kevin stuck disagrees some point if we don't act someone's going to be hurt guzzlers penalty could be a two day unpaid suspension well the debate rages over a proposed tax on big businesses in seattle to pay for homeless services where does the mayor stand come ozmet markevic tried to pin her down surreal direct question are you in favor of it or against it as it stands now it's kind of a yes or no answer right now it's not a yes or no we have a variety of issues that we have concerns with seattle mayor jenny durken we on with an answer that she's given before her office offices evaluating the tax talking to businesses but did not give a yes or no answer her comments came less than an hour after councilmember shamas called her out it is extremely important that the mayor of this city say where she stands on this issue what are you going to do about the people that are drug addicted that are mentally ill a heated townhall wednesday showed seattle is becoming deeply divided on the tax day after amazon stopped construction of at least one of its many new buildings until they head taxes resolved now that tax if passed as is would charge twenty six cents per employee hour work but it would only apply.
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"Up today after a vandalism spree last night komo's therapy on has more witnesses say the damage was caused by group of more than but dozen people who've shut up out of nowhere started smashing windows the us bank has broken windows along at least one side of the building other businesses as well impact with spray paint and some broken windows people who saw it happen say the suspects were dressed head to toe in black along with smashing windows they also spray painted walls with slogans damage generally keeps getting done down here doing nothing but hurting people you know just like you and me there's tellers go to work there that have kids to feed and it's just sad by the time police got here the suspects will they had vanished as quickly as they showed up so far no arrests in that case hundreds of patients treated that puyallup hospital good sam anxiously waiting to find out if they were infected with hepatitis c after that e r nurse nurses accused of stealing painkillers and then using dirty needles on the people she was treating shirley the injection is is criminal if extremely irresponsible arid settle off has been tested and now waits for the results after trusting the care of good samaritan hospital when she had hip pain so i went to good where i received narcotic pain medication which is how i ended up in this mess boss believes in nurse who has since tested positive for hep c was using a portion of the patients narcotics to her own us and then injecting patients with the same needle so it's insane to me to think she was treating patients while she was incapacitated veteran says she does not blame the hospital and which she go there again i think this could happen at any hospital anywhere in the world patients continue to be tested including here at the hospital itself the police investigation continues as does the investigation by the.
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"That puyallup hospital were a nurse is said to have given hepatitis to at least two patients komo's brian calvert with the update up to twenty six hundred people may have been given shot by the nursing question who would often i inject some of the drug into herself then the rest into patients using the same needle good samaritan hospital president chris berenson's narcotics are dispensed with the swipe of a badge after this incident they've added further safe safeguards to that system certain standard deviations about normal use the alerts are more sensitive now with the changes that we've made he tells the news tribune had these new protocols in place they likely would have caught the nurse sooner there've been two confirmed cases of hepatitis c linked to the nurse so far berenson says the opioid crisis affects everyone including healthcare workers there are resources available and we're going to be doing a lot of education with our nurses about the resources that are available so we want them to get help if they need brian calvert komo news for a kent man after his comments on facebook about a former kitsap county deputy led to harassment charges and now a trial komo su romero has the story kitsap county judge decided not to dismiss harassment charges against twentysevenyearold michael martin for threatening comments he made on facebook that means he'll go on trial martin commented on the kitsap son's facebook page about a story of how a jury did not find use of excessive force by a former deputy in a chase that turned out to be of the wrong man but who ended up with a dislocated jaw according to the sun martin's comments included quote this cop should be put down and he requested the deputies address his lawyer argued that the comments are protected speech but a judge said the threats taken what the request for the deputies address constituted a true threat martin's trial is set for july sue romero komo news the feds say more seven thirty seven engines need to be inspected after that deadly explosion that claimed the life of a passenger komo's there and zahn reports from seatac the feds are.
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"People just let their voice be heard and peaceful way while understanding they may face the worst fires out in front of the restaurant before and people arguing and fighting that woman runs a business that closes at nine pm around the time anarchist marchers have historically begun to get unruly she may shut down early last year's may day protests in seattle turned out to be more peaceful than in previous years especially compared to violent clashes in olympia and portland corwin hake komo news seattle police say they're gearing up in case these protests turned violent deputy chief of police chris fowler is ready to use what's called a blast ball or pepper spray to break up crowns if things get out of control by policy officers can only deploy oc and blast falls in a crowd management situation when the incident commander authorizes it there have been rumblings that anarchists could splinter into smaller groups throughout the city today so police won't know when or where they might strike hundreds of local hospital patients put on alert alex gavin stated terrified komo's brian calvert has the latest on a hepatitis outbreak at a few on a hospital the news came out just yesterday a nurse used dirty needles and there are already two confirmed cases of hepatitis c gary jaren combs who's treated a couple of times this past march at multicar good samaritan hospital a spokesman yesterday suggested 2600 former patients need to be tested down to me that mostly care might have been downplaying the seriousness of the it just makes me as a possible victim of this furious according to the hospital a nurse was injecting herself with partial doses of drugs then using the same needle to put the rest of the drug into patients my health in the hands of multi care.
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"Net at the twelfth floor firefighters tell us the man has life threatening injuries to his lower body the word yet on what led up to the fall to twenty six hundred patients are being urged to get tested for hepatitis c after a nurse infected patients at good samaritan hospital in puyallup the nurse have been working in the emergency room since last august so people who visited the er from august till march were sent notification letters this week hospital president chris bredesen's says even the nurse contracted the disease she tested positive for hepatitis c and no longer works for martha care she worked in the emergency department from august fourth last year until march twenty third says they also reported her to the state nursing community also learned that the nurse was removing higher than normal amounts of narcotics from our dispensing system good samaritan says the hepatitis c testing is free for patients who received the notification letter komo news time ten ten ten the sports desk tom glasgow it's an off day for the mariners coming off they're really strong seven four road trip that included three wins in four games against the indians and the mariners offense really lighten it up the last couple of days sixteen and eleven the record good enough for second place in the division the as come to town for three game series beginning tomorrow night king felix gets the start in game one and then the angels will be in for three more to make up the six game homestand of course kyle seager key part of the mariners roster third baseman his brother corey has had his season cut short the outstanding shortstop for the dodgers will have to undergo tommy john surgery ligament replacement in the elbow and with that basically a full calendar year on the rehab so tough news.
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"The twentieth four flora landing on a safety net on the twelfth floor firefighters tell us demand has life threatening injuries to his lower body noordin on what led up to that fall and up to twenty six hundred patients are being urged to get tested for hepatitis c after a nurse infected to patients at good samaritan hospital in puyallup the nurse had been working in the emergency room since last august so people who visited the er from august till march were sent notification letters this week hospital president chris bredesen's says even the nurse contracted the disease she tested positive for hepatitis c and no longer works for martha care she worked in the emergency department from august fourth last year until march twenty third he says they'll also reported her to the state nursing commission we also learned that the nurse was removing higher than normal amounts of narcotics from our dispensing system good samaritan says the hepatitis c testing is free for patients who received the notification letter komo news time is eight ten and at the sports desk here's tom glasgow it's enough day for the mariners coming out they're really strong seven and four road trip that included three wins in four games against the indians and the mariners offense really lighten it up the last couple of days sixteen and eleven the record good enough for second place in the division the as come to town for three game series beginning tomorrow night king felix gets the start in game one and then the angels will be in for three more to make up the six game homestand of course kyle seager key part of the mariners roster third baseman his brother corey has had his season cut short the outstanding shortstop for the dodgers we'll have to undergo tommy john surgery ligament replacement in the elbow and with that basically a full calendar year on the rehab so.
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"We're in the midst of a moderately severe flu season that's according to the centers for disease control and prevention and in california about seventy people have died more than ten times the number of deaths compared to this time last year that's according to the la times pharmacies they're running out of food medicines and emergency rooms are so crowded that some ambulances don't have anywhere to leave patients dr day feldman is chairman and medical director the emergency department the good samaritan hospital in san jose welcome thank you for having me well first of all the cdc says moderately severe but the facts around flew in california right now make me think that that's kind of lowballing it is it moderately severe you seeing something worse there uh well out of the further definition to the cdc but i can tell you for our experience in my words department in the hospitals in our area we certainly are seeing record numbers of patients come to our hospital in fact in my hospital my merger department we're seeing records of patient volumes set almost every day so we're certainly seeing uh a record season for us i understand that in order to try and stem the tide for lack of a better term that the hospitals taking some steps to prevent the spread of flu such as no longer allowing visitors under the age of sixteen can you explain why oh yes we have a new season a temporary visa restriction that we put in place um depending on the severity in the volume with where issues and every year and so they should we put that in place again and so patients under the age of sixteen are restricted from coming to the hospital unless there seeking care themselves with a parent that's a protect the child as well as the patients that we have at the hospital because if they're well and they come to the hospital they only exposed himself.
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"Preston the national transportation safety board says preliminary information from the trip or quarter could provide a clue that points to at least one thing that went wrong with amtrak 501 which derailed and dupont yesterday present tsb board member bella dims are speaking last night from seatac airport kalinin air indications are that the train was travelling at eighty miles per hour in at thirty miles per hour track she later said the investigation would try to figure out why the train was travelling at fifty miles per hour faster than it is rated for one of the first people on the scene of that derailment was good samaritan who rushed into held goals christian drew spoke with him and his girlfriend at good samaritan hospital good samaritan his funky wall out then you've got all his training boy scout seen his girlfriend were on their way to work when they saw the train dangling from the bridge she says it looked like the train was driving down the embankment dan councilman parked his car than put on some boots in a headlamp and immediately rushed to help he climbed up a tree that had fallen than stuck to enter the train through a window once inside he said there was broken glass everywhere dark sort case some deceased people so i don't know it's just like sir felt like war councilman said he hoped it up fifteen people get out of their wreckage some he couldn't even move because of their injuries or they were pinned under the trains dan and his girlfriend just tried to make these people feel comfortable and safe of course christian drew the best of pierce county coming out of the worst of tragedies komos bill o'neill has more on what pierce county executive bruce damn mayer is saying following the deadly amtrak derailment stem iwr says first responders those who rushed to the site of the disaster to find passenger rail cars at i5 in hanging from an overpass trained for this kind of tragedy so i was very impressed with our first responders came together lots of people are now asking how could this happen should earlier concerns about the safety of the new ramp and listen to more closely from my perspective it is way premature to address any of the causes or can.
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"Montauk highway and west battled on saturday afternoon but an suv came barreling through the restaurants front window suffolk county police say the driver was on eighty seven year old man driving and reverse across montauk highway and across the law before smashing into the uae when these window eight people were herded including the driver they're all taken the good samaritan hospital of west islip with what police described as minor injuries we may soon learn more about the 1963 assassination of president john f kennedy the national archives has to release thousands of documents about the assassination by this thursday a release congress mandated 25 years ago that only the president could block in a tweet president trump said hill allow the documents mostly from the cia and fbi to be opened but added the move is subject to the receipt of further information the documents could provide some answers to a number of linked during matters including lee harvey oswald visit to the cuban and russian embassies in mexico city just weeks before president kennedy was assassinated jury bowed lender washington wins news time twelve thirty five some tough talk yesterday from attorney general jeff sessions as he addressed the major cities chiefs association in philadelphia he said the project safe neighborhoods initiative starting back at the twenty one will mock concede a single bloc were street corner too cry criminals they're dry gang members and drug traffickers should we are coming after you we have better tools and we have better coordinated than ever there was an increased police presence outside the philadelphia convention center while the attorney general was speaking but only a small protests were sell their added was peaceful peaceful in new york now 67 degrees are temperature will go down to fifty six on the overnight the skies are clear a motorcyclist was killed saturday afternoon police say he crossed a double yellow line and collided with a toyota cno of a university heights bridge avenue in the inward section of manhattan the dead man is identified as 30yearold alessandro to hater of a bronx make that up yonkers actually the two men in the toyota suffered only minor injuries they were checked.
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"Suspected burglar will be headed a jail after his release from good samaritan hospital fiala police say the fifty two year old male was trying to break into an apartment last night but the tenant of the apartment shot the fifty two year old no charges are expected to be filed against the tenant the suspected suffer nonlifethreatening injuries the parents of an eighteen year old from china who drowned in lake washington near bellingham will take his body back home today komos ryan yamamoto with that bin ben wang was visiting camp for forward a youth bible camp when he went missing last month it was found a lake walk come the next day on july twenty secs witnesses say they saw him at the beach by no one can remember seeing him entered the water ben did not know how to swim and new very little english everybody at home in conference and try not to crime trying to get by with a great grand carry the vape rather it will be tough going back he was planning to attend college in china in the fall he leaves behind two sisters komos ryan yamamoto forty three people were arrested for boating under the influence storing see fair weekend through all three days of the festival weekend in 2016 twenty six people were arrested for b u y one person was arrested on drugrelated charges on the water this weekend the water in hood canal is thiel nasa scientists say it all stems from a bloom of white ish color fido plankton the color changes so stark you can see it and satellite images which we are posted on our website komonewscomfire water quality.