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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Running for president this week CNN, Fox News, and some other media outlets say Biden will announce his candidacy in an online video on Thursday then had to Pittsburgh for an event on Monday. Then Vada democrat who's accused Biden of creepy. Lease smelling, her hair and kissing her. Head says he seems unwilling to change people joked around they said, oh, that's just fighting being by made a joke. Couple days later exactly which was so incredibly disrespectful Lucy. Flora's told Fox News, it looks like Biden isn't really sorry. A sports reporter has accused former Lakers player and coach Luke Walton of sexual assault. The woman says she had known Walton and his wife for years when she visited him at his hotel room in Santa Monica several years ago. She claims Walton pinned her down on the bed groped and forcibly kissed her than laughed when she asked him to stop Walton's lawyer says the accusers and opportunists and these allegations are baseless a deputy city attorney in LA has turned her legal focus to typhus claim Liz Greenwood blames this any for allowing trash and human waste to attract the fleas that she says led to her typhus infection. She's filed a five million dollar claim against the city every single attempts. I have made to get the city attorney's office to protect their employees and protect the public has they've shut the door in my face. She claims. Contractor search for fleas at city hall over the winter was pointless because fleas are doormat at that time of year. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news county is announced it is now investigating at least five cases of measles. Health officials say those five cases all occurred after people traveled internationally the public may have been exposed to those people at LAX parts of UCLA and cow states L main library, the El Pollo, loco unlocking yada and a taco stand in Glendale down. This all happened in early to mid April. Health officials say anyone who may have been exposed to call their doctor before going in. Let's check your KFI traffic..

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Deputy city attorney in LA has turned her legal focus to typhus claim Liz Greenwood blames the city for allowing trash and human waste to attract the fleas that she says led to her typhus infection. She's filed a five million dollar claim against the city every single attempts. I have made to get the city attorney's office to protect their employees and protect the public has they've shut the door in my face. She claims contractor search for fleas at city hall over the winter was pointless because fleas are dormant at that time of year. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. This is brought to you by Nanno knee. The seven puppies thrown into a dumpster in Coachella are so young they'll need to be bottle fed the terrier mixes where apparently just days old when a woman was caught on security camera last week tossing them in a sealed plastic bag into the dumpster. The cues puppy dumper was arrested yesterday and charged with seven counts of animal cruelty. A new study from LA county health suggests more. Than half of the mentally ill people in jail could be safely released. The study concluded about three thousand of the counties roughly five thousand mentally ill jail population could be released as long as they had housing treatment LA county DA Jackie Lacey says that's why the supportive housing program is being expanded version can address the untreated, mental honest than substance abuse that is often the root cause of the crime. She says through the program in the last two years almost three thousand people have already been released with more than ninety percent of those still in housing after six months in downtown LA corporate Carson KFI news, crews have cleared needles spray cans and human waste from a homeless encampment along Whittier boulevard Cal trans force more than forty people to break camp near the six five freeway yesterday. Cal spokesman Michael komo's says the encampment was dangerous it's being done for health and safety reasons because it's right here next to a state highway cars could run off the road people here this barrier that was intended for people to be living service groups offered homeless people. Oh, tell rooms if they didn't have somewhere else to stay and a Bill in Washington state, would let dead people rot. It's called natural organic reduction. And it's an accelerated decomposition process that turns bodies into soil about two large wheelbarrows full within weeks. The Bill legalising human composting has passed the legislature, and is headed to the desk of democratic governor Jay Inslee, if signed the new law would take affect may first of two thousand twenty a spokeswoman for the governor says the Bill is still under review, but the idea seems like a thoughtful effort to soften our footprint on earth, testified at KFI news. You know, I was just thinking earlier why we haven't had any problems on the ninety one this morning and jinxed it you did take that we're going to Buena park on the ninety one eastbound.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We agreed doctor during his fomer to speak to deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood regarding her typhus her running with typhus, which is horribly illness. Bought me, our we're going to hear about Earth Day and free public transportation, Los Angeles Ross gonna talk to Mike Gomez. Let's see what this is here liens, give me something from it. Yeah. But yeah. So it'll be interesting to talk about hear her side of it. We saw her interview on TV. But I, you know, I'm just curious to see how they because I think there's been some questions about how they treated her about how I think she wasn't. I don't know if she was fired. And then they let her back in, you know, there's so many questions I have and just become treatment of her. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then not believing and all this stuff. So through the deputy city attorney lives green. We're Liz welcome to the program. Thank you very much. I tell you what an honor it is to talk to you. What is our privilege and following the story. Yeah. I've seen a lot of typhus in my days of practicing medicine because their practice in Pasadena typhus is is endemic right by own son got it. And when I saw the rat explosion, Los Angeles. I immediately started ringing the alarm bells that that's going to be a major type is operate. And last summer was a small version of what we're going to see this summer, and you unfortunately, one of the victims. Yes. As a matter of fact, when I was because initially I came down it presented in me as meningitis. And when I was finally diagnosed on the twenty seventh of November. My mom was was looking things up on the internet, and she came across your YouTube videos, God too much and talking about typhus talking about and talking about how the the it was only going to get worse in the city until the city administration. Tackled. The problem of yes. Which primarily means getting rid of the encampments rank. That's the only way it's going to go away with at least the trash and the feces run the cameras because as long as there's concentrated humans and concentrate, a trash, there are massive rep looms, right? And what are they doing? What are they? What are they doing about? It. They according to what they're telling everybody. I don't actually know what they're doing Cutty. It's not a problem. They send me an Email after Email telling me there are no homeless folks around city hall and city hall. What are you talking about? We see. On the front of the brush around the city hall is vibrating with rats. What are they talking about? I I don't know what they're talking about. Every time. I've driven by there. I stop and take pictures. So I have pictures of encampments, and I send them, and I say this is what I'm talking about. They send them to our HR departments. And they send me a picture of a planter in say, see, no homeless people. Oh my God. Oh, it's it's very it's like some really intense denial. But it, but it's weird denial. It's like it doesn't fit their sense of the world. Therefore, it's not happening. Right. So now when the roads were being cleaned up. And they said, oh, oh, maybe we do have some fleas wasn't that done in city hall and not even city hall east where you worked do they leave the carpets and everything down where you had contacted the are contracted typhus when herb Wesson when when the story broke when my story broke at on. I think it was the thirty first of January per west and came forward and said that right around the time that I became infected his staff members are rats and had fleas jumping on them. And that's why he pulled up the carpet. Now that was in city hall, which is across the street from city hall east, but they're joined by a bridge. It's and hope lesson has called me and expressed his condolences, and and told me that he would do whatever he could help me the when I went back to the office on Friday because I finally got released to return to work when I went back to the office. It looked exactly the same. The carpet hadn't been cleaned the building hadn't been cleaned. There were still homeless folks out in front of the building not as many, but they were still there. And I went upstairs and tried to work but in order for civilization, and I used that word with intention in order for humans to concentrate in these circumstances, we call cities that are civilized. We've known for eight hundred years that you have to control the rodents and the vectors and have sanitation. What have sanitation? What is it about our city that they've decided the basic needs of civilization are no longer warranted? It. It makes absolutely no sense to me and has not since I found out what it was since. I got diagnosed that the this is exactly the opposite. They the city attorney's office has consistently done. Exactly. The opposite of what I would have done. If this case had landed on my desk. In my first thought is you've got to protect the other the other employees in the Bill, of course, that comes into the building just to do business with and in the city of LA every day. But that the admitting they have a problem. Except if you have people if you have to county health department saying there's a typhus outbreak downtown around where the offices in one of your employees gets the disease. I'm not sure how you can deny that you have. What I wrote letters to the the various departments. What I got back was. It's a mild illness still make so much of it think about that. Can you imagine I want you to describe what it's like to have this disease? And by the way, it kills people. No problem. I was fairly certain that. I was not unconvinced that I wasn't going to die. I realized I said that poorly. I'm sorry. I I was fairly. It wouldn't have surprised me. If I died. That's how sick I was wh-. What did it feel like what did you go through? What were the symptoms? I I woke up with a headache on Thursday morning November. I and I had family in town from New York and the headache got progressively worse and worse and worse so much. So this this particular group of family members, we never we get together. Maybe once every three years, so I would move heaven and earth to go to this dinner. I couldn't leave the house. I cancelled when I woke up the next morning. I had one hundred and two fever, and my equilibrium was gone. If I got out of bed. I would either fall on the ground or walk into walls. I couldn't eat everything tasted like metal. Oh, I don't know quite how I knew what metal tastes like. Right. Like metal. Did you get the the hand the soles of the feet and the palms burning? I didn't get that. But I didn't get that. And I didn't get a rash by my son. Couldn't walk his feet hurt so much. He couldn't pain. Bump it's literally and inflammation of the software. This is a vascular is the vessels in the periphery caused by the time you went to the doctor, and they thought initially you had meningitis. But then you did get diagnosed for sure with typhus. Yes. When I woke up on Monday. So did your son. Forgive me. Visit did he have police nations? I had hallucination you're sound. You're you get a cerebrovascular something you were sort of heading towards that. At least you had a minute NGO, vascular Edison. And it's you know, when it's central nervous system illness. It's more severe it was it was terrifying. And I woke up it also it really diminished. My my thinking ability horse. I woke up on Monday. And when when people talk about meningitis, they say, oh, worst headache you've ever had. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Back. It's not just a stiff neck. It's you physically. It's like your muscles have seized. Yeah. Painful, and so I woke up like that. And it took me a few hours to realize, oh, fever headache, ever stiff neck, this is really bad. So I went to the doctor. He diagnosed me with viral meningitis the city had cut off my health insurance. So how do they do that? They I ran out of sick time. And they they are not an employee. I'm an employee. It's but they can cut off your leg. I I guess I don't understand how the city works. They can cut off your insurance Mike when you run out of of sick time. They don't pay you, and they cut off your benefit. Oh my gosh. So I dealt with even though you got sick at work. Even if you're sick at work. Show. But I didn't know at this point. I just thought I had meningitis no typhus yet and caused by fleas at work. That's what I'm saying. You got sick at work caused by something from work. Right. So I went to I went to I called my doctor. He said go immediately to the emergency department. I wanted to be seen by someone. I so I went to a physician he diagnosed me with viral meningitis and sends me home with a steroid that should calm down my Menendez and doxycycline it's the right medicine for typhus to seventy the right one is an antibiotic. So I started getting a little bit better every day. I assumed it was steroids because steroids always make you feel better by a true. I went to my GP the next day. And he said as long as you're feeling better. Don't go to the emergency department gave me a very stern lecture about putting my life at risk by going to the physician instead of going to be. But said just to keep in touch with him every day, and as long as I progressed in getting better that I didn't need to go to the hospital. Yeah. So he gave me three more days of the steroid. And I finished the steroid and finish the dock cycling and was your son exhausted. Oh my God. He was he was he was in fifth grade at the time, and it was just it was ten days of hell. Yeah. I, but I knew I went to the PO Tricia said this is typhus. I know it I could see the ration his pom. That's that's what this is. I'm sure of low behold terrible. So I just assumed it was meningitis, which is what the doctor assumed. And I was at home on November twentieth. It was two days before thanksgiving and try and figure out how you got sick, especially when you're at home stuck in bed. And I remembered that the mayor when the county had had issued the the announcement about the typhus epidemic. In downtown. The mayor had sent around an Email. And so I, you know, Google typhus, and it had so many of the same symptoms, including meningitis that I called my doctor who God love me. Your God love him had was humoring me at this point told him. You know, this many people have gotten typhus around my office, and he said come on in and get a blood test. Then called me a week later and set an all of his years of practice. He'd never had a patient tests positive for this. But I did I have because I he he does he was at Pedro where you are. Yeah. That's where it's rare in the past. It's not it's rare. But it's unusual this out rare. And so I've seen many many cases, and we're going to see it a lot all throughout the southern California area this summer, and my grave fear is the the typhus is not the only rat born flea-born illness. That's coming our way. They're more serious things. That happens when civilizations breakdown not the least of which is. A term most people know it's called bubonic plague. That's what comes up when when these things break down. And why they think that's not gonna happen..

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Aired in October the city did Holloway the trash on Sarah's avenue and launch more frequent cleanings of streets in skid row the area now known as the typhus zone. But four months later the garbage is once again piling up on Sarah's and all over LA. Think about it. Can you imagine? If this was Boston. This is Los Angeles, Los Angeles used to be one of the great cities in America. I mean people's wrote records never rains in California. It was it was the Golden State. It was a state where people meet went to make fortunes, the movie industry Hollywood. And I've seen the video. I wish that you could seen the video in that report. Areas not only you know in in Los Angeles. But also in other communities where they have just a homeless population that has exploded and the homeless people who literally live on the streets. They they need to. Occasionally, go to the bathroom, and they're not particularly they're not looking for outhouses. They're not looking for for bathrooms inside coffee shops or or Dunkin donuts. Starbucks, probably they wouldn't be let in, but they do whatever they have to do in open sewers. This is not. New delhi? This is not some third world country. This is Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. And the woman who is infected as you heard in the report, she's a an attorney for the city of prosecutor her name is Liz Greenwood she's gonna survive. But again, this is what she said about contracting this disease that we assumed was was eradicated. I was so sick. I thought it was going to die who thinks typhus. I think of typhus is something that I read about in history books in history books. But now it's in America. So. That there's a couple of questions here. How can city like Los Angeles fall. And by the way, there are a bunch of cities in California that had this problem not only homeless people you have drug addicts, alcoholics and. For some reason in Los Angeles, and in California, there is a laissez faire attitude, which is now literally gonna come back and bite people. And what's going to be biting them apparently are fleas carrying typhus. We're talking about dozens of people, and I'm telling you it happens in Los Angeles. If we're not sure about it. If if we're not cautious. I should say it could happen here. We have other diseases that are once again popping up measles. One of my listeners sent me. Let me voice mail the other day that there there's measles that we thought long ago, we're a radical it coming back, and you're going to see more of this. So my question is who do you blame? I blame the politicians because if you're the city of Los Angeles in you're the mayor, by the way, the mayor out there Garcetti, actually he's thinking about. Running for president. I think everybody is thinking about running for president. If you're an elected official, particularly on the democratic side. So who who do you who do you blame here? I blame the policies ah politicians which have been so lazy fair in terms of doesn't matter. I've seen stories of Venice Beach, California, some of the coastal communities where people just throw sleeping bags on side streets. They can't drive down side streets. If any of you off from California, I have friends in California and want to explain to me what you think is happening there. Oh, what do you think is happening and has the influx of illegal immigrants in this country contributed to it people who are coming over the border who the wonderful people. But we don't know what sort of what's the vaccination records. I think we need to talk about it. And that's what I'd like to do six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty once. Once a society loses control of its public health. And that is what we're talking about public health. This has the potential of being a critical reaching a critical mass typhus six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty your thoughts. The good the bad and the ugly coming up on nightside. Nightside.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Time. For john. To throw. John about Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty ever in a dumpster typhus edition. Yeah. I mean never has that little song. There have been more relevant. I take out the trash always a hack the trash, but the trash is the reason we have a typist problem in LA city hall skid row. It's because the homeless are allowed to have all these possessions all this stuff piled up on sidewalks in an alleyways and all the food. It attracts the rodents, the fleas and the typhus and defecation it's not hard to make this connection rats. Fortunately, our politicians and the media or acknowledging it. That's because that's their agenda. You know, fifty percent of your poop is bacteria. Yeah. I thought it was more. Well, it's at least fifty percent and rats like to eat that the way your dog likes to eat. It's boop. My dog does by dog. Like, Steve our cats poop, I know you've said that right? Animals, really eat that. And they're they they have an immune system. It's impervious to typhus rats. Don't die of typhus. Neither do the fleas. They just pass it along the people. So it's the vagrant set of the root cause of all this, but everyone's in cover up mode. Typhus Garcetti herb Wesson oil that idiot carrots cover up cover up cover up. They've silence the whistle blower by demoting earned sending her to to Siberia, Liz Greenwood as we we played yesterday. A good report from Fox News the website John Stahl about San Francisco's homeless problems. You could five minute reports. Should go watch it. I think it's done on our website. And there was response from one of those local rag left-wing, San Francisco weekly. Well, he never reports it's about the housing crisis. And we talked about this the other day. Yes. Housing has gone way up in California. But you know, what if you have your mental wits you figure it out? You don't end up on the street in the alley. You move move. You find a place where you can live and you can't afford, even if it's not in the state don't end up on the streets. There's a big big divide there with the other side seems to believe that their only choice. It isn't. There's something loose up. If there if that's how they end up the government's not responsible to provide you a home. You are you gotta get a job enter money and live in a town you can afford or you got to move to a place where you can get a job and find an apartment you have to do that. What is this idea that the government's responsible? No, it's not. I've never in my life. Never in my life. Never did my mom or dad ever say. Wow. You know, I wish we could move into a bigger house did the government build us one. Jay, I wish I could live in that town over there. Is the government building any homes for us that is a completely far in ridiculous absurd? Thought if you're a responsible adult that the government is going to create a home for you. Good lord. So while decades of unchecked illegal immigration now leads to a crisis in cities like LA is too many poor people the schools are mess. Same thing with the homelessness to the point now where we get typhus. And now the media around the world is seizing on the story for two reasons. Diva's bizarre. Most people are familiar with it is as we said many times in medieval disease, and then it affected a person with job and a home a city employees a normal person. This fortunately brought it up to another level. But LA city is trying to fight back and make you look the other way and not realize it's connected to their vagrant problem, and they're vagrant trash problem. I don't want people to report that or think that obvious reasons they don't want you to demonize the hub. That's the word. They use your demonize the vagrants ought to be demon is just like you're bald headed freak face Bonnin. Yeah. Just say a few weeks ago that this reports increased crime in Venice. I don't think it's connected to the homeless. No, they demonize they just lie about everything. The vagrants the vagrants are causing the typhus outbreak. They ought to be demonized typhus used to kill millions of people. This is where the line gets drawn enough is enough. Westerns a liar. Garcetti's Aligarh Aligarh corrects liar. The vagrants are causing the typhus the typhus if it becomes an epidemic and a plague could kill thousands and thousands of people. So now's where everybody's gotta say stop enough. But we're we're not putting up with this. None of those people. You just mentioned it's going into today's dumpster. It is going to be her blessing. The LA city council president I believe that city hall is also part of his council district, and he is inserted himself front and center in this with his motion to tear out the carpets and to be careful about the live plan. So the things that the rodents feed on the trash that's bringing them there. Yeah. We had that video on the website yesterday taken outside city hall awhile back, which shows you pile rats feeding on a bag fast food Bank. Probably probably a what? Yeah. So we'll play. I this is the clip from the other day where her. Lessened was talking about. Well, Liz Greenwood the LA city employees who got bitten and got typhus one of my employees thought that she was either bitten by or saw a fleet. We had them rip out all of the carpet because our main responsibility is to keep our dad..

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We continue with Liz Greenwood here and LA deputy city attorney. She was the one who got typhus last November from a flea at city hall east. Flea got the toughest from a rat. The rat got typhus from eating food and garbage maybe poo that vagrants leave all around the city hall complex. They live outdoors. They leave their human waste. They leave their food and all the other garbage the rats feast on it and the rats are pervious to the. Well, Liz Gana response city council, president her western says, well, maybe we'll rip out all the carpets. We're gonna cost assessment on that. And we'll do something about the plants, and we'll do something about people even food around. But we think they miss the big thing which is doing something about the trash in the outside exists on sun purpose because they don't want to demonize the vagrants. They don't want people to fear that the date vagrants have deadly diseases. But they do certainly the rats do exist before we went to break. Liz was telling us that she's been moved her position and the place where she works. So so Liz, you're telling us that they don't want you back in your deputy city attorney job at city hall east that they have transferred you to another department to a lesser job. Is that right? It is they transferred me back to being a prosecutor. I was a prosecutor for seventeen years and after seventeen years I had done many things I'd been a gang prosecutor. And I wanted to do something else and the spot opened in police litigation. So for the last six years, I have been defending LAPD in civil rights lawsuits against the department and the officers I've gone to trial several times I've been successful in each one of my trials, and they without notice or reason yesterday said that because I was fearful of coming back to city hall east prior to it being fumigated. They were moving from civil back to being a prosecutor, and I was to go to the airport court. Airport. Gourd? Well, this is clearly a devotion, then so there isn't a reduction in pay grade. But it is and our prosecutors do a wonderful job. But yes, it is a it is a demotion. I'm no longer defending multimillion dollar cases against the city. I'm going to be raining misdemeanor case. So they'd rather rather they'd rather transfer you out then then then. Fumigate? They don't wanna fumigate. You're you're you're building. I have to tell you. If my office had done, what her lessons office. Did. I would be thrilled. If they just pulled up the carpet, and we were working on cement. I wish they'd do something. But they Don. Anything? Why don't they want to do that? I I do not know. So herb west motion only applies to city hall and not city hall east. No, it applies to city hall in city hall east back in November. When when Mr. western staff commented on rats and fleas he immediately pulled up the carpet in his office. You have the city removed the carpet if they're now working with Justice cement floor because he didn't want his staff to be exposed to fleas. Nobody did anything there at the city attorney's office. No, nobody has done anything at the city attorney's office. And I still think that they need to make a good first step. They need to deal with fumigating the building, and they need to figure out a comprehensive way of dealing with the homeless problem. Are they all crazy? Seriously. Are these crazy people? I I they'll generally aren't. But this floors me. And I think this is actually where we ended up on Monday. If this problem if I was an attorney and this problem landed on my desk. I wouldn't reacts the way they have. I would send out an Email to all of it leaves the city attorney employees saying that someone in our office has gotten twice in the building be careful of fleas rats put food away just a list of things to do. But you can't avoid that lease. You don't know that they when they jump on you pull up the carpets. Flea spray the entire floor that you control do something be proactive and let people know when they're coming in that they're putting their health at risk coming in. This is one of the nuttiest stories smell. Liz will keep up with your story. Thanks for talking to us again. Thank you. And if you have any questions at all feel free to call we Will Greenwood is in LA LA city deputy attorney, and as you just heard she went public with getting typhus at city hall east, and it looks like she's being transferred to a job at the airport. Is that what? Yeah. And you know, you have to keep listening to us on this. Because the Los Angeles Times refuses. To write about the vagrants. Bring the rats and the fleas and the typhus they won't do it Dakota. Smith has the story online right now, refusing to mention any of it because herb Wesson refuses to talk about the root problem. Also, I wanna come back. I wanna just mention this. This case that list Greenwood referenced because this is another smokescreen in another dodge as to why the city doesn't clean up the homeless people around city hall. They lean on some court decision from a few years back. But this has got nothing to do with allowing them to live there shooting up having sex leading garbage in food and bringing typhus there's there's there's there's no law that says you have to allow people to create such a disgusting filthy environment that you have some deadly medieval disease breakout. And tired of this garbage. We'll lose a court decision. No. There wasn't a court decision. That said that. They're just they just given up and they don't care. What happens? They don't care people die. God. Oh, my I can't believe what? And we'll tell you this because you're not gonna get it from any other media outlet in town. John and Ken KFI, and Michael Shapiro.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:13 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Be a problem. So we're watching it. This is Fritz Coleman with NBC four news. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty. Yes. It sure is. Hey, you know, what you should listen to the show early tomorrow. We'll have to catch it on the podcast. We might replay it we'll see at two thirty. We'll be talking to a border patrol San Diego sector chief Rodney, Scott. You've been trying to get on somebody dealing with our border to talk about all this back and forth between Trump and the Democrats about building a wall. What kind of barriers and all that stuff will be needed the border? We've talked to them in the past. And of course, the consensus generally as barriers work because they do that's all Trump's trying to say, and we have to have more of them. I mean, he said that last night during the state of the union trying to do something that's been neglected by past presidents for decades. Only Bill Clinton did something that was in the San Diego area. I noticed I noticed that some of the Democrats have changed the argument now because after that thirty seconds, you have to concede that the walls do work. So now, they're saying, well, it's just a moral. I'm hearing that over and over really I haven't heard that. I. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pass. That's immoral. It looks like they did they did some testing, and they found out most of the public, regardless of how they believe what they believe whether a wall should exist or not they do agree. It does work. So they're going to try the moral card. Right right, now, you're depriving suffering. It's sad that people want to escape their home country for economic reasons or whatever, but we can't take everybody. Sink us. It's okay. Not to care about all seven Europe has learned this. Oh, they're a victim people. Now, they're the they're turning the tide back because the Europeans have rejected it and some European countries have put up walls and fences. Yeah. I think Hungary did that. For for example. But it's okay, not to care about all seven billion people. Petersfield? It'd be up many nights. If you did. Yeah. I think people have feel shame. You know, people have to figure these things out themselves other nations other groups, they gotta figure it out the way we figured it out. We did figure it out how to have a reasonably well run civilization here. Compared to the rest of the world. But for the countries that don't it's not on us. Now, it's not our business to tell them how to live. It's not our business to save them. Why should we spend all our money trying to save everybody else? And then degrade our way of life. I don't I don't really understand that every dollar that goes for everyone else is a dollar. We can't use firm kids. We told you the Los Angeles school district has one hundred and ten failing schools. Well, I if there was any extra money should go to those schools. Right now. Here comes the typhus update is you know, we spoke earlier in the week and replayed part of it yesterday to an LA deputy city attorney by the name of Liz Greenwood who was diagnosed with typhus in November. She was complaining about having headaches and high fever, and she told us she did get bit by flea way. She was working at city hall east in her job as deputy city attorney, and she contracted typhus, and she told us in graphic detail about how it happened. How terrible it was. And of course, about the fact that it's unchecked. Even now there's still too much. And there's garbage because they have all the vagrants living. Around all the city hall buildings. There's a whole complex there. And he got city hall and across the street. You've got city hall east connected by a bridge. They recently demolished Parker center, which is the LAPD headquarters that's gonna play into this story now, but the bottom line because this this thing we're going to read to you. Is is for deception. And it doesn't address the root issue. And it's from herb Wesson. The city council president at this jerk finally acknowledges that they've got a serious problem inside the building. But what he doesn't acknowledge is that the root cause is the vagrants 'cause the vagrants bring the garbage the rats feast on the garbage catch the typhus. Then the fleas bite the rats, and then the people, but without the vagrants. None of this happens. He doesn't mention that in his explanation release. It's a motion actually city council motion. And by the way, downtown is in his district, which is why he wrote the motion. He is the council member for the tenth district. This is in his district, and he wrote due to a confluence of events with the demolition of Parker center. The former LAPD headquarters that began in September twenty eighteen along with ongoing cleanup issues, maybe that's his reference to the homeless encampments near the Civic Center complex. There's been a noticeable increase in the volume of rodents in the area and within city buildings as has been reported by the NBC channel four I team the rodent issue in the Civic Center complex has had real world consequences, namely with at least one city employees possibly contracting typhus from rodent fleas in city hall east, Jamie, Lee, stop there possibly contracting. Liz. Greenwood really has typhus within our sure she got it from city hall and flees right, right, except well, how do we know that he goes into details on how they're trying to clean the carpeting, but it also has been reported by NBC channel four. Channel four had to report on it before. All you people knew that there were there were fleas and rodents amongst you. You saw it every day. I guess what he's saying is they reported that the woman got typhus, but they should have known that. She's a city. Oh, yes. She she got it back in November I down. So and she's notified them already. She was asking for some changes as he didn't care. They're saying whoa channel four now discovered. This will you people living in this fell f- my office acted quickly to contact the department of general services who in turn brought in pest control experts that set traps advise, the removal of all live plants, which the rodents were consuming and recommended the removal of containment of all food products within two weeks. My office was also experiencing fleas in the carpets from the rodent issue and move promptly remove all carpets in the office and stain the underlying concrete as the floor replacement since the work has been completed on employees have not reported any new rodent or fleas. If you don't get rid of the vagrants outside the Bill he'll be back. The roads are going to be back that seat because while the garbage and food right that the human vagrancy are leaving. So the motion goes forward to suggest a number of things. But John's right. None of it is to remove the trash in the homeless. In fact, that attract the road. In fact, it says here they're gonna come up with a policy that require all city employees to secure their food after hours and require custodial services. The disposable food. You read this and you. The problem is is that the employees are leaving food all over the office. And that's the real for the road. Not the reason for the rodents and the fleas and the typhus the typhus doesn't come. My chair typhus is not coming from the food the employee is might be leaving around. They might not be leaving any food around. It's the food. It's the rotting garbage in the streets where the vagrants are living. And this is the deception of her blessed. He will he refuses to admit it's the vagrants because it's not politically correct to do. So look at this. He wants to remove all the carpets in the buildings and replaced them with alternate flooring. Right. So now, everything's gotta change. Even though he's not getting to the root of the problem again the trash in the homeless outright. Eight. That's what attracts the road. He says an assessment of all live plants in any city building. Again, he thinks it's the plants that people have in their offices. Yes. The Russians come to eat at the plant. Not the disgusting garbage and the vagrants. No, this herb western is insane. Look how far they go to protect the vagrants. Look how far they go. They refuse to do anything against these vagrants to have them removed. Even if it threatens the life of one of their employees. She could have died from typhus, and they don't care and they're blaming plants at people's lunches. Mad? Herb Wesson, a sicko, isn't he what a sicko? Again, they believe that you blame the homeless for enough problems like crime, right? We should not be blaming them for typhus. But I'm blessed. Why is there? Yeah. Outside is Greenwood, they're the ones who got tougher so all the vagrants on on skid row, and they all know this. This is all a charade. This is all a crazy charade. We got more coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has news. The contest chance where two thousand dollars.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All right. So let's play a little bit back from Liz Greenwood when she was on our show yesterday and an earlier hour, she is a deputy L A city attorney and she works at city hall east in downtown LA, and she got typhus from the fleas and the rats that infested city hall, and she's going public big time because this happened in October, and she's still just recovering. But she's decided I'm going public because there's things they need to do. We'll start with this first clip from her interview about how she all came down with typhus. I got sick on November first which means that I was bitten. Probably two weeks to ten days before that. And I was sick for about two months. The only thing that is left over is that I get bouts of vertigo. So I can't drive because the world spins out, everyone is that going to be permanent. I hope not it was the worst headache I've ever experienced in my life. It started on November first by the by the following which is a Thursday the following day. I woke up in my neck with Steph, and the doctors thought I had viral meningitis. The was it really felt like someone was driving stakes through my is and out the back of my head. But have you retire at work? I have not returned to work. I have the doctor has I can't drive and I live actually over an hour away from work. So they I have I don't outside of Uber. I don't really have a way to get there. And I'm not eager to go back to an office. That has been cleaned up yet. Filling a little more. Does she said they thought she had meningitis viral meningitis? She actually did her own little research and went back to a doctor and said, you don't test me for typhus and bingo came back positive, and she's keeping those test results because they didn't want to believe her and the only way to get rid of this is to get rid of the vagrants and their garbage. Everyone has to be clear on this. It is the garbage the food that the vagrants leave in their tent encampments all around city hall that caused the bacteria to spread the rats. Eat the garbage get the typhus, the fleas beat bite the rats, and then bite people like, Liz. So it's about as disgusting is you can find in the modern world. So now, this clip it's important you listened closely because this is the campaign she's on and we think she's right? And we're trying to help her and listen to the very ending of this. Remember, this is a deputy L A city attorney. So she knows the law. Let's listen thousands of people that work in that building and hundreds of people every day that are doing business with the city going in and out who have no idea of the health risks that they're putting themselves in. They didn't even send out a department wide Email to let them know that one of. Their colleagues have become infected. They literally did they from what the HR person told me they sprayed some please spray in my office. So that I would feel better. Please. There. There's no movement to clear out all the garbage and the food and the rats and the vagrants that are creating this whole mess down below. No, there's bad, and there's no movement to even fumigate the building to get rid of the fleas or the rat. This is my friends and my colleagues and and. Thousands of people that I don't even know who are exposed to that to me allowing a health crisis like this, and this type of health risks to continue without doing anything is borderline criminal. Yeah, we say even more than that. I think it is Colonel by the way, we reached out to her boss. The LA city attorney, Mike sure didn't wanna come on. No comment, you'd think fear would come on and say these are my workers to protect them. I feel horrible that this happened. I'm sorry about this. We're closing the offices for for a week until everything's fumigated. And then the trash hauled away from all around the building area. And yeah. And the vagrants are removed. You've got a radical. You gotta move the vagrants. We're also gonna talk to L A city in LA county health departments to see what they're doing. I mean, she's right people have been exploited, by the way, she pointed this out, and it's good to remind remind me that this is flu season. There could be some people to typhus and didn't know it. And just thought I got the flu because the symptoms are similar, but you have to take that specific medicine to fight it too. I did too Doxa cycling. I think right. I mean, if you have a good system it's possible that you know, you could eventually be okay without taking the medication. But if you don't. This could be terminal in the long run because it's very dangerous. So what we're doing is. We're going to help Liz all we can to get to the bottom of this. And you heard her list of things that should be done warnings posted fumigate the building. Instead, you know, don't just flea spray her office, will you just an isolated incident. We're going to take care of your your crazy fears and just put a little fleet out because they've always had plenty of typhus out in out. Skid row. Yes. We've had a lot of cases of typhus. They had started. It started last fall. And I don't think they've ever radical. All right. When we come back. We will tell you a little bit because there's a few funny things one of the favorites. When we talk about the upcoming state of the union speech is who is the designated survivor, as you know, one member of the cabinet is stowed away in casing major disaster strikes. Everyone is the president is speaking to congress. And it's usually the loser member it's complicated this year. We'll explain why that and more coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has been authorities.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They are. That's just some speculation. They were those pink hats. They look really cute and the pink hats, that'd be funny. They all came in the pink hats. They have some audio from Maxine Waters telling people not to watch. And there will be some Democrats don't even show up. Hysteria over nothing. I feel so divorced from society. You know, we're doomed either way because if Trump wins again this goes on for another four years. And if you lose his this crowd takes over. Yeah. I'd rather see this crowd tied up in knots. Every day all pissed off. But it's all the coverage. It's just like turn off their lives. It's just so much nonsense. Again, the economy is thriving decent prosperity. Enjoy it twenty one day. You'll miss it. It's in prosperity. You're right. It's just. Diarrhea our kids not being killed in a foreign country. And yeah, you got plenty of money to blow. Anyway, we have a little bit to tell you before this state of the union speech, which comes up at about an hour here on KFI, but we start with typhus. Now, there's something serious. Okay. This is way more important than Trump's speech. Be careful if you go to downtown LA near LA city hall because with all the trash that's been there, and the mayor promised months ago, they would do something on the first reports came out of a typist typhus epidemic in downtown LA. And while they did remove some trash, apparently it's back how hard desiccated reporters led by NBC force. Joel Grover went there and showed the piles of trash, and then he interviewed a woman who got typhus an employee of the city government. Her name is Liz Greenwood how hard is it to pick up the garbage. Are you the mayor of the city? This is this is your your your offices. Right. Everyone around the world who does business with you has to come to city hall, and what do they see endless vagrants tense, garbage food rats fleas typhus, you have any pride. I don't understand just the basic pride. It's like, hey, the world's gonna come to see me all the residents in L A or coming in or the one department or another businessman billionaires, right? What what what what is this? Why do I want this to be my front lawn? It's it's it's so disgusting. And now this poor woman lives Greenwood got typhus, and nobody in our workplace cares. Because the ideology is these people have been displaced by a housing crisis. And we have to take care of us. And we have to tolerate them because they have nowhere else to live. But it's become a weird religion. It's like all religions have rituals and beliefs. If you stand on the outside you go. Oh, wow. You ever see like certain this crowd? Never accepts. Never is that a certain percentage, and you and I think it's high of these people want to live this way, they want to drink stay addicted live on the streets because they're free of rules. But what the crowd thinks? No, no, no, no, no. Gee, what would be like that? This was wasn't important even five or ten years ago there what triggered this. Geology. Oh, no. They had it sitting had this ideology ten years ago twenty years ago. It's just the problem was ever this big. That would be clear that they feel this way you could browbeat them into cleaning it up though. Well, if left on their own they would let it go. But you know, this just didn't exist. I mean, it's up seventy five percents. It's Garcetti took all they're blaming the housing crisis. The rents are too. High people have been forced out of their homes and into the now, it's that's a that's a BS argument prop forty seven from four years ago. Of evidence all of it's a BS argument prop forty-seven, that's not a Bs argue. No, no. But I'm saying these people could easily move to another town where the rents are cheaper and get a job, but obser- plentiful, even if low wages. They're marginally mentally ill. If they did have a rundown ramshackle place, they lived in and they got displaced to the higher rents. They don't have the wherewithal that you just described to go get a new light. They're coming. They've got other words, they're right there on the edge. Anyway, it's like, oh, we'll just slop down here on the sidewalk and crap in the alley. That's it. From out of state. I don't think any maybe I don't think any of these people montage. Venice who all said they came from out of state. Yeah, they weren't living in an apartment, and and they had they weren't employed a year ago, okay year ago, these people were on drugs five years ago, a big these people were on drugs, and we're unemployed, but they weren't they weren't living in Los Angeles in the street something about what we're doing. Is there a pipeline that it communicates with them to tell them? This is a great place to live because you will these we have plenty of poor people, right? Twenty five percent of people in LA are below the poverty line, right? We got we got twenty five percent of the state on food stamps and a third or getting medical benefits. Okay. So there's a lot of poverty, and they're not living in the streets. So these people aren't living in the streets because a housing that's a load of crap they're living in the streets because they're insane. And they're addicted and they're coming from out of town because they've heard the California will let you sleep in. Public in a Ted at Ed and Starbucks will provide deposit box for your heroin needles. San Francisco, we'll give you knew heroin need. It's not just an Orange County is going to give you. Got this problem Portland. It's like a real west coast. It's a west coast thing where they indulged in San Diego in heroin addict behavior heroin, addict behavior, became cool. Let's not judge. Let's give me needles. Let's give them a place to put their dirty needles. When we come back. We're going to play for you a couple of pieces of audio from yesterday's interview with Liz Greenwood, and she is the LA city deputy attorney who decided to go public because she got typhus she still in completely recovered. She still hasn't returned to work. She doesn't think they're doing enough to make city hall east where she works safe from typhus. And again, if you're not familiar typhus is medieval, there aren't really that many cases anymore in the US. I noticed in the fourteen hundreds very common in more situations. Very common. Most recently during World War Two in the Nazi concentration camps and the ghettos and among prisoners of war. It's where people are living in close quarters. Everybody's dirty. So if you're right if you have really poor sanitary conditions here. Come the rats, the rats get the typhus, and then the fleas get the typhus from the rats and the fleas jump on you and bite you and they give you the typhus. And we'll and you'll hear Liz, she had excruciating. Excruciating headaches high fevers went on for weeks and weeks, and she still sick. And she got this. I in October. So Ed, and Eric are said he doesn't give a crap. It doesn't. I don't care. What anybody says he doesn't care is? He should be driving over to Liz Greenwood's house every day and driving her into into the office for what he's created. But you know, he's got no shame. John and Ken. You can win a thousand dollars. That's coming up in.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Need heavily impacting traffic will hold Schreiber KFI in the sky is going to tell the ethics both directions completely shut down your neighborhood Union Station. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. KFI radio station. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty stay with us coming up in the five o'clock hour, we're going to go back and take another look at that type of situation in downtown LA. We'll play back some of the audio from our guest. Liz Greenwood a deputy city attorney who got typhus all she did was work in city hall east in downtown LA. But jeez, decided to go public big time she appeared on NBC four the investigative team there Grover talked to her and we did yesterday because she says they're going to do something. They got a completely take care of this problem with the trash in the few ligation. So we'll be doing that. Victim vagrants. If you don't have picked a vagrant, you're always gonna lose the trash battle. Yup. So we'll cover all this and the rats had five o'clock. And then I know you can't wait. But in two hours in twenty five minutes, don't do that Trump. We're not gonna do can't dance two hours. Twenty four minutes. Not doing and KFI will be carrying it. No Mary Poppins over. There keeps announcing. Fly away on your umbrella. So much fun. Seriously. You're you're light enough you'd take off. Oh, that would be that would be a hang onto a nice balloon view would like that sun is out. Yeah. So we're talking about road diets in Cal trans terminology. It's called complete streets. Again, they're going to take away car lanes to accommodate bicycles pedestrians transit people. I haven't seen it. And a lot of our listeners. Don't go there because we've been talking about LA, but near downtown LA around the US area. They did this on Figueroa. Yeah. And you wouldn't believe how elaborate it is would like to protected bike lane. The curb is there, and it's just awful after like a Rams game trying to get through there. All it was full of was just Uber's and lifts, and I'm like, that's what people want, but they couldn't find there are on the phone trying to find their cars, they created harbour congestion. And then they want to charge people a congestion tax for driving through there. Yes. This is why can't believe people put up with their intentionally creating congestion downtown. Right. That's the thing. You can't and people keep saying, no, it's still the best way to go. You can't take any of these safety arguments. They don't care about safety. They don't care about says keeping people from getting run over keeping bicyclist getting run over. It is about forcing you out of your car because they hate it. They have this religious zealotry about aiding automobiles there a bunch of fanatical communists like refugees from, you know, some some hippie planet this story in the Mercury News, which was obviously written with a bias in favor of road. Diets. The reason is the carnage our streets traffic fatalities have increased seven percent from twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen in California. First of all when I see that. I think cherry picking one year is what they're looking at bicycle tallies. Increased eight point one percent pedestrian fatality is rose. Thirteen percent. For those sixty five and older. Well, hurry up then. And everybody's been in a light watching the eighty year old person trying to. What what is what is with that? If I was that immobile, and I would not be trying to cross the street. Do they have any self awareness? They found one guy in the article, which I enjoyed his quote friendly of Santa Clara said you take away lanes from Chivers just trying to get around for bicyclists and bus riders that makes no sense at all not at all. But then of course, they countered it. With a dopey transportation. Bureaucrat Debbie hail of the transportation agency for Monterey County who's been promoting complete streets. The county is still really focused on repairs and repaving. It doesn't always see the cost benefit of including sidewalks bike lanes or crossing improvements at the same time. We're working up a presentation helped persuade our public works directors that complete streets means fewer bicycle and pedestrian injuries and deaths. The tangled works best with them. Yeah. Don't how about the mobility. I don't don't ever accept this. The roads are made for cars. We need more lanes. We need more roads, we need more freeways and all these intruders the bicyclists and pedestrians has to get off onto the sidewalk or go to a park or go to a beach path. Roads are not dead for pedestrians, and they're not meant for bikes. And if you're driving you have to reassert, your supremacy that you as a driver is the you're the most important person on the road because you're driving a car and your rights come first not the bicyclists and not the pedestrian, and if they're afraid to cross the street don't cross the street only cross at the light most of the time when a pedestrian is hit. It's because they've done something really stupid or there's been a drunk driver. And there are no laws that are going to prevent somebody from getting in the car drunk and speeding most of that happens late at night. Most of it happens in the dark, and you shouldn't be crossing the street in the dark because of that. So here's a heads up for those of you in Orange County because this is a more recent story last two weeks ago in Westminster there's a proposal that's been presented to reduce travel lanes and add a parking. Protected bike lane on a four mile stretch of hazard avenue, which connects garden grove Santa Ana and Westminster three and a half million dollar project is expected to start construction at twenty twenty with one mile on the easternmost portion beginning construction in two thousand nine hundred ninety four miles. That's a significant distance. Right. So did you hear that? It's twenty one thousand nine hundred ready. So if you're on the eastern end of hazard avenue.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:18 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now, fifty three in Laguna beach. It's the same intestine forty eight in Fontana and fifty five in Sherman oaks, we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty it. Sure. Is right. So one of the things we did yesterday which were working on following up. His we interviewed the Los Angeles deputy city attorney. And her name is Lee Greenwood now, we got a tip on this story from NBC fours investigative team led by Joel Grover who did a story about typhus still showing up in downtown LA, particularly since our guest list. Liz Greenwood got typhus a couple of months ago, and she's still has not returned to work. She got it original symptoms in October. And it took a few weeks to diagnose and she works in one of the city hall buildings city hall east, which is across the street from city hall, and it's connected by a bridge that goes over the road in between. Now, you have large homeless encampments surrounding. These buildings, and there's an enormous number of rats feasting on the garbage in the food and the feces the rats attract flees, the fleas bite, the rats. Get the typhus than bite people like Liz green wedding. She gets typhus and the typhus comes from the bacteria in the food and the poop in whatever's rotting in there that hellhole steps pool of a measurement. All this Garcetti's. Workplace. Pete are his employees's in his administration. People may think well, this is just the honest bottom line. Well, I guess just the homeless are getting the typhus, but it doesn't work that way. And remember the hepatitis outbreak that hit San Diego and parts of LA. It's the same kind of problem. But but with city hall east downtown LA, there's a lot of people that go there for work. And it's a lot of people that roam around there, and these fleas hopping around with typhus there in the carpeting, you're playing an ugly game of roulette right there in the carpeting, I had longtime ago, my wife, and I I moved into the we had a cat. She got fleas fleas multiplied in our carpeting, oh like crazy. I mean, we had to get the big bug bug bombing, exterminate everything. But once they start mating and reproducing they love to burrow in the warm fibers of carpet. No, so everybody working at at city hall there. You're all doomed, and you're all to get typhus. We should probably get also a medical expert on to explain. How it all begins? In other words, when you have the trash, right? And you have the feces does do the fleas come that already have typhus or do they acquire it somehow from from the I think I think the fleas get it from biting, the rats and the rats have consumed garbage and feces food oh incentives. Unsanitary conditions. So see the rats have these incredible immune systems because they've seen it. All right. Then they eat a around a million years rats don't get sick. Evolution is given them quite the immune system. You know, we can die from typhus because we don't have it immune system against it. Because we live and better sanitary conditions. That's the downside to it. Mute systems aren't probably as wired up as like a rat. I've looked up the history of this because all the headlines are it's a medieval disease. Yeah. I wondered so what what happened in the middle ages the first description of the disease appears in fourteen eighty nine during the Spanish siege of Bosnia. And went fighting the Boers during the war of Granada, fourteen eighty nine. These accounts include descriptions of fever, red spots over arms back and chest attention deficit progressing to delirium gangrenous sores and the smell of rotting flesh during the siege. I get this Spaniards lost three thousand men in the war, but they lost seventeen thousand typhus seventeen thousand. There was no there was no obviously any sanitary system, and they'll probably wasn't any treatments. There was no treatments. And what happens when you're war? You're you're living outdoors where you live in like always people, right? You're living in tents is garbage foods riding. You got all kinds of weird. You know, bugs in the fields of the forest wherever you're fighting, and they bite you and boom. You got the typhus and it was common in English prisons. It occurred when prisoners were crowded together in dark filthy rooms where lice spread easily. Oh, that's another thing. Why spreads this too? And if you had to if you had if you were stuck in prison for a lengthy period of time, it was the equivalent of a death sentence. And this went on for hundreds of years, especially during the sixteenth and ninety two from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, the English civil war. The thirty years war the Napoleonic wars. And by the antifascist bay killed more than ten percent of the total German population in the sixteen hundreds the disease in general counted for accounted for ninety percent of Europe's casualties. Ninety percent of the people who died. Yeah. During the police retreat from Moscow eighteen twelve more French soldiers died of typhus than were killed by the Russians. There was a major epidemic in Ireland between eighteen sixteen and eighteen nineteen hundred thousand people died came back in the eighteen thirties and the eighteen forties. US typhoid typhus epidemic broke out in Philly in eighteen thirty seven killed Franklin Pierce, his son. He was president epidemics Baltimore. Memphis, Washington up to eighteen seventy three. And then in the twentieth century they had delousing stations for troops during World War One. But one hundred and fifty thousand troops died in Yugoslavia alone from typhus hundred and fifty thousand. The word comes from the Greek typhus, meaning hazy describing the state of mind of those. And we learned yesterday that lives Greenwood she's mostly recovered. She still has vertigo. Yeah. She does not really drive and she has not returned to work because of the complications with that. Now, the other thing that came out of this was they weren't believing her either she had to go get a she made. She actually did a little research herself. And ended up getting this specific test for typhus that it was confirmed because you know, what they don't wanna hear this down in LA city government because you know, it's one thing for the homeless to get typhus. But if some of the people that work or live in the area getting typhus, it's going to be a huge nightmare. You can't have people living like this in public. You cannot tolerate this. I mean every single every single notation here about where this happened came from people living in filthy conditions. The last huge outbreak in Europe World War Two, and it was the German POW camps the ghettos in the Nazi concentration camps because of an hygienic conditions. That's what you that's what you have here. It's. It's treated with antibiotics, but if you have a compromised immune system is actually two different types of typhus epidemic. Typhus is the bad one where somebody's older, and again has a bad immune system. It can take their lives. So, you know, we're dealing again with the city run by a mayor who has never paid much attention to the homeless problem except for his dopey gift, baskets and his idea to crowd neighborhoods with his encampments. Yeah. That's it. This is why. And this is why you can't have one of these encampments in your neighborhood, one of the Garcetti encampments. Right. Yeah. Shelters like they're fighting in Venice because the shelters attract more vagrants they'll set up a camp in front of the shelter next to the shelter because the shelter. People are going to be outdoors all day, right? And they're gonna track more friends, and then pretty soon the friends will be setting up camps in your neighborhood, everybody who's been screaming my neighborhood, you you have to be a super Nimby on this stuff is next thing. You know, it's Titus. And you don't know you you, can you could go into Starbucks, and there's a typhus guy standing next year and a flea jumps off from him to you bite. You next thing. You know, you bring it home. The fleas jump on the kids. And everybody's dead. So we're following up on this. We already tried to get the LA city attorney on because that would be her boss was mean, what's boss and might fear. Apparently, they're turning down the request no comment from everybody. Nobody wants to talk. So they're they're willing to have people living in filth and disease outside their offices at city hall, and if the fleas happened to take out one of their own employees. They don't care. This is the level of sociopathic behavior. We got more coming up, John and Ken KFI chess. When a thousand dollars.

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08:06 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood is on with us. She works. His phone answered. The phone though, the chance next hour, right? You're in another chance next hour answer the phone rings in the contest, and we'll do it again between four or five to to miss out on the money. Okay. Yeah. We talking to Liz Greenwood deputy, Los Angeles city attorney, and she was featured in a Joe Grover investigative report for NBC four because she acquired typhus and all she was doing was working downtown at city hall, east typhus is caused by garbage. Then rats come and eat the garbage in the food. The garbage comes from the vagrants, and then the rats get typhus in their system, and then the fleas bite, the rats and the fleas bite the people, and apparently there's a lot of fleas in city hall and the building across the street city hall east, and that's where Liz Greenwood worked and she had a terrible time. She had terrible fevers and excruciating headaches for weeks until they figured out. What what the issue was? And for the doctor that was treating her. It was the first case of typhus he'd ever seen. This is a disease. I never heard of this until I never heard tie fired a typhoid, but typhus, and and they had a big typhus outbreak in in the skid row area. And it's it's the same problem. Are they cleaning up down the area outside city hall? Not to my knowledge. No have you retire work. I have not returned to work. I have the doctor has I can't drive and I live actually over an hour away from work. So they have I don't outside of Uber. I don't really have a way to get there. And I'm not eager to go back to an office. That has been cleaned up yet. Now, wait a minute. There's not mass transit for you. Liz. Thank mass transit. I absolutely. It would require a couple mile walk into it. It would require a couple of miles of walking one train ride and two buses. Take you hours yet. Then you'd have to turn around and come home. Right. It would take me a couple of hours each way, which I could even accomplish if if they would clean up the office, but they refused. The first response was to in writing was to imply that I was lying about it. Really? Yes. Yes. I heard back from our HR department has been very nice they sent it over to a lawyer named Vivian swan again who said that I had implied that I had either meningitis or in the alternative typhus, but they had no proof that so they needed to do nothing without proof. So then I proved it to them because you said before that the blood test was gonna prove important later on. Right. So I forwarded my medical records to my employer. Not because I need to prove something because they need to do something. There are thousands of people that work in that building and hundreds of people every day that are doing business with the city going in and out who have no idea of the health risks that they're putting themselves in. Entering the building aren't your workers freaked out. Now that everybody knows what you're suffering from I've gotten several several phone calls this weekend from people who are because they didn't even send out a department Waikiki mail to let them know that one of their colleagues had become infected they literally did they from what the HR person told me they sprayed some spray in my office. So that I would feel better. Please. There. There's no movement to clear out all the garbage and the food and the rats and the vagrants that are creating this whole mess down below. No, there's bad, and there's no movement to even fumigate the building to get rid of the fleas or the rat movement at all fumigate the building. I mean, they're at a huge risk of civil lawsuit. Not just from you. Anybody else who gets this? Now, they're on notice that there's a confirmed case of typhus they have no excuse if this becomes an epidemic. Correct. And I don't know I worked for the attorney's office when when they were contacted by when the mayor was contacted by NBC, apparently, the city attorney's office didn't even tell the mayor's office. Pattern. That have gotten. So they have kept this very much in house, the same lawyer Vivian swan again who sent me a letter or send us the letter saying that that absent proof they weren't going to do anything since further letters saying that they weren't going to do anything until order to meaning the city of Los Angeles until they were ordered to buy Callow show. So I I notice Cal OSHA in December and the LA county department of public health. I've I've told everybody that was why I finally went public because this is my friends and my colleagues, and and people that I don't even know who are exposed to this. What is your boss, Mike, euro say to all of this? I don't know. I don't know that he knows I don't know that that Vivian Swanson again has told him or the HR has told him. I don't know that he knew anything prior to getting contacted by NBC, I would hope in a lot of a lot of respects. I would hope that he didn't know because it to me allowing a health crisis like this, and this type of health risks to continue without doing anything is borderline criminal. No kidding. Well, you keep us up to date to Liz. We appreciate your telling your slower yellow. We need any help from us to publicize further. Just just just call us. We're there for you will do thank you guys so much for going public with this. My my husband got in the car when you were talking about it on Friday and called me and said, you're I'm John and Ken. I cannot tell you how important it is for people to know this because if you just have symptoms of the flu, and you don't treat it. It can kill you. Yeah. It is very serious here. Yes. Yes. It is. And a lot of people get sick this time. If you're nobody thinks it's type. And all the members of the public that go to city hall for whatever business are risky. Yes. There. Why you think it's so far gone? I don't know that I would I would not dream of making this decision. If this problem landed on my desk, so I cannot put myself in their shoes. All right. Liz, we gotta do the news. We'll keep in touch with you. Thank you. Hope you feel better you keep getting better deputy city attorney, Liz Greenwood would've, Los Angeles suffering bouts of vertigo and can't drive. She got typhus city hall, east was her workplaces the deputy city attorney. And of course, we know that Garcetti's responsible for the typhus outbreaks in the lack of cleanups. Nobody cares. She's a city attorney. She gets a letter from another attorney saying, we think you're line, basically, right? Wow. What's wrong with Garcetti, man? What's wrong with all of their annoyed about fleas hopping on me if I was anywhere near that building? Yeah. I mean, you work at city hall or city hall, east e-, you ought to get out of there. We got more coming on and Ken KFI..

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10:02 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Fifty nine in Dana point is fifty three and a Lisa via fifty-six in diamond bar and fifty seven in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty welcome everybody. Welcome coming up. Yeah. We'll take a look at the chaos that is enveloping the Virginia government beginning with the governor's problems. And now the Lieutenant governor who might take over has his own little scandal the deal with unbelievable stuff bunch. Why does this happen here? Yeah. Dig up old yearbook photos Gavin Newsom, I is this is this the new thing dig into your books like they did the brick cavern. That's right. They did do that. Look at it. What he wrote in people's yearbooks or something? Well, we'll get what was written about him or what he wrote in the yearbook describing his memories. Well. You got to your past is going with you. Things you wrote where your kid forty years ago? Lord. All right. We're talking to talk there with Liz Greenwood deputy city attorney in Los Angeles. She's prosecutor and she got typhus from working at city hall, specifically, she has an office at city hall east, and it's simple. There's a lot of vagrants living nearby. There's a lot of garbage food rats come fleas on the rats, the fleas have typhus, and they bite people. And I guess we'll find out if that's how it worked with Greenwood. But she got typhus, and it's a terrible terrible. Sickness. It's a high fevers excruciating headaches and the people at city hall say well, there isn't any money to fumigate the place. We just hard to believe this all came to light from Joel Grover story on channel four news. Let's get Greenwood on Liz. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. How are you? Good. Bye. You're well today. Well today. Okay. Is happening in November. I got sick on November first which means that I would bitten probably two weeks to ten days before that. And I was sick for about two months. The only thing that is leftover is that I get bouts of vertigo. So I can't drive because the world spins out, everyone is that going to be permanent. I hope not I hope not I have an appointment with and boxer that specializes in infectious disease on the fourteenth of February describe the conditions at city hall. The I've work on the sixth floor of city hall east, which is the square building across the street. They're joined by a bridge on the third floor. The second floor is cantilevered building. And for the past eighteen months, two years. Maybe there have been homeless folks that are that are living under the cantilevered portion because it's dry and not in the sun. The also the first floor is where the subterranean mall is in for about the same amount of time. There have been homeless folks living down there. The building has both city hall, m city all leaves have had rats on and off for twenty years twenty plus years, and what has really changed has been the trash and raw sewage that have come with the folks that are now living outside and as the rats traipse through that and eat the food. That's in the trash. They trash generates the bacteria that is typhus and then the rats consume it in the rats become carriers and fleas by the rats, and then the rats go into the building and the fleas jump off and people. Wow. So that's how it came your way. That's really disgusting, which you just don't know the day. You were a bit though, do you? I it was around. I a few days into the week of October sixteenth. I didn't realize it at the time. I actually felt aches on my legs. And I think that that was the date that I was bet, but I don't know because. Yeah. You got bit by a flea. Nobody thinks typhus. No were you do you think your desk working we just walking? Well, how do you think that has it in the carpeting the fleas? It's in the carpet. I have an office. I'm a city attorney I park I'm lucky in that. I've been there long. I've been there for almost twenty three years. I get to park in the building. So I don't even I am not one of the unfortunate souls that has walk furthest every the. As many of my colleagues, do so I park in the building the elevator up, and I go to work, and I was bitten by fleas described for us when the symptoms set in what that was like, it's described as excruciating headaches fevers, it was the worst headache I've ever experienced in my life. It started on November first by the by the following which is a Thursday the following day. I woke up in my neck with Steph, and the doctors thought I had viral meningitis. The was it really did feel what I said. I'm Joe Grover is true. It felt like someone was driving stakes by is out. The back of my head was the pain, relentless. It. Absolutely relentless fever came and went it would shoot up to one hundred and to stay there for about a half hour break. And then I would be okay for about a half an hour, cheaper wise. And then it would come back, and it was just a cycle this perpetual cycle. So you got yourself to a doctor, and you were diagnosed I I was diagnosed with meningitis oddly enough. It wasn't until it was the Tuesday before thanksgiving. They gave me forgive me for jumping around. They gave doxycycline at the doctor and steroids, and the ducks cycling was just in case. And I thought that the steroids were making me better because I started getting better the next day. Strictly bitter. I at that on the twentieth of November. I remembered that the mayor had sent around an Email regarding a typhus outbreak downtown and Google typhus and saw that it had exactly the same symptoms. I did including meningitis is a symptom. And I called my doctor and asked if we could get a test, and he tested me for it. And I have the blood tests showing that it happened which will be important in a little bit. But he called me a week later on the twenty seven and told me that in all of his years as a physician, I was first patients he'd ever come across that had ISIS. How does typhus work? Did anyone tell you? Why do you get the the reading headaches, and the fever what what goes on in the body, it inflames, your blood vessels, and it can show up? It can present as it did with me. In a very bad case. And we've me with meningitis need bedridden, basically for two months. Or it can present as something like the flu which is particularly dangerous around this time of year because people turn their heaters on to keep warm like the heater in city hall and city hall east which will bring the heat up to the temperature that that fleas will lay eggs and had perpetuate the problem. If you think you have the flu then you don't get it treated typhus is easily treated with doxycycline. But if you don't get it treated, it will settle into into the into your body, and it can recur, and it can cause long term damage to your your kidneys. I'm not a physician one should absolutely consult their doctor. But but if someone is doing either works in the city hall or city hall east or does business in city hall or city hall east and feel symptoms of the flu. They should go to the doctor and ask the doctor to it's it's a blood drive. They just check a different box, but they should ask the doctor to run a type of stuff, can you? Can you hang on a minute for another couple of questions, we're talking to fascinating and frightening. This is L A deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood who was featured in an NBC four special investigative report by Joel Grover that we played last week about the typhus epidemic. Worsening in LA and Liz contracted typhus. A working at her job in city hall, east apparently, a flea hopped, honor and bitter, and the excruciating symptoms comes from the garbage which comes from the vagrants who are leaving food and garbage. And feces all over the the area in front of city hall and flees now jump off the rats and they've infested the carpeting in the building. And we're gonna talk to Liz more about to see if anybody said changing those conditions now that she's gone public with her typhus cases case, John and Ken show KFI Debra.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Expected to be impacted by the rain. So drivers are being told to plan ahead James. Rowe Haas KABC news, Mike avenue, maybe off the hook and his domestic violence as the Los Angeles city attorney's office has declined to file charges against the lawyer for porn star stormy Daniels. There were reports that an argument over money turned physical. But avenue denies. Any wrongdoing? Health officials say Los Angeles County may be experiencing a typhus epidemic or record one hundred twenty four cases of typhus were reported in the LA county last year, a deputy city attorney thinks she was infected with the disease while working in her office at L A city hall east, which she claims is infested with rats. The attorney Liz Greenwood describes her symptoms to NBC four news felt like somebody was driving railroads stakes through my eyes and out the back of my neck. So I am concerned about going back to work and getting this again typhus is usually spread by fleas. I'm Jeff wiggle KABC. News cops are searching for a man who robbed a massive home near the playboy mansion. Here's Jason Kam, Dona, Los Angeles, police say the man may also be linked to an attempted kidnapping in the affluent area of humbly hills. The home is called the manor and was recently on the market for two hundred million dollars. But who lives there has not been released officials say there were two nine one one calls last night from people who live nearby, and at least one large. Safe was stolen. But it's unclear if the calls are connected retailers in the inland empire. Paying more for their brick and mortar space is a new report shows that re inland. Shopkeeper saw thirteen percent jump in rents last year, the increase is far less than coastal cities. But those rents are much higher. San Bernardino has the highest vacancy rate in the region. Ten percent talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports the Lakers outlasted the clippers won twenty three to one twenty in.

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"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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06:39 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Months ago. This is a breeding ground. Typhus that is unacceptable to me. And as mayor I'm gonna make sure that that is changed after our story. Aired in October the city did Holloway the trash on Sarah's avenue and launch more frequent cleanings of streets in skid row the area now known as the typhus zone. But four months later the garbage is once again piling up on Cirrus and all over L A. This is the city of Los Angeles. A Stella Lopez represents businesses in part of downtown LA, and is worried that the typhus epidemic is only getting worse. You can't solve this until you hit the cause of it in the cause of it is that you still have these mountains of trash and the latest numbers from the state health department show, a record number of typhus cases in LA county in two thousand eighteen at least a hundred and twenty four people and more than eighty percent of those cases occurred outside downtown LA. Do you think the city is doing enough to stop the outbreak? Deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood thinks the city should fumigate full city buildings in the downtown area for fleas, including city hall east where she works and city hall. This city has already fumigated parts of nearby LAPD headquarters that have been plagued with fleas, and it shut down and fumigated. LAPD central division where several cops were bitten by fleas. According to this veteran officer are cops afraid of getting typhus, of course. Or course, it's not just homeless, folks. But the city told Greenwood it doesn't have the resources to fumigate city hall east where she says hundreds of city employees who work there and thousands of citizens who visit are at risk of getting typhus. I am concerned about going back to work and getting this again because I thought I was going to die. We asked mayor Garcetti's office why they haven't requested that city hall buildings. Be fumigated. For the fleas that can carry typhus the mayor's office didn't answer our specific question. But simply sent us a statement saying since last fall there's been a comprehensive effort to improve cleanliness and protect public health in the Civic Center Joe from NBC four investigative team on typhus. There's so much insanity in that report. They don't have the resources to fumigate party city hall for typhus and flees didn't have the resources that's tax money. You don't you don't have tax money to fumigate the the government offices. Thank they didn't tax money to put up signs tell the vagrants not to set up camp in the fire zones. Yeah. The no trespassing signs. Oh, what do you mean you so so if I if I've got business at city hall part of deals after take the risk of getting typhus? How could they not have money to fumigate the place? Oh why? Because all the money goes to employee pensions. Is that the problem of? It's so crazy. And did you notice Garcetti was challenged on the garbage on that street? Oh, yeah. We're gonna take care of it. And they do it for a little while. And then they stop the garbage pile later. It's back up, right? And one of one of their own employees city. Prosecutors now got typhus. Oh, it's hard. I'm looking typhus online here. Yeah. I was doing the same thing there. There's there's no vaccine for it. No. You get a high fever headache, nausea vomiting. Good. Get a rash of the chest and the abdomen. Yeah. Yeah. The after five to nine days. The rash starts on your trunk. Oh, it could cover the entire body except the palms of the hands on the bottoms of the feet. Yeah. So you'll get this this typhus rash all over the place. And at any antibiotics typhus, it's the only you can treat it because there's a bacteria without treatment death may occur in ten to sixty percent of patients. Patients over age sixty have the highest risk of death. Oh. I mean, unless you unless you get the drug it's doxycycline antibiotic my God, I and the thing is it says here that you usually you only get it in places where. There's a lot of. There's a lot of poverty. It was a mediaeval only a few as. It's just only few areas exists today. Burundi Rwanda Ethiopia ALgeria and a few areas in south and Central America. You don't have this in the modern world. No. This is from the middle ages. It's they I discovered it in fourteen eighty nine. Eighty nine delayed. Undiagnosed untreated typhus does have a poor prognosis. It depends on which one you get. There's two types of typhus endemic typhus epidemic typhus. But anyway. Apparently epidemic. Typhus has a death. Ray that ranges from ten to sixty percent of infected patients, and if you're over sixty and not in good. You're not going to know you have it because you've never heard of it. So you'll have a bunch of symptoms and you'll think it's the flu. Or some kind of infection because you need that specific drug the doctor how many doctors have treated typhus, it may take weeks before anybody figures out what you have to remember. It's it's it's fleas lice. Typhus of what the rats. It's the fleas on the rats vagrant stuff because the vagrants living garbage. They have a lot of food the rats come for the food, and they and the rats. Enjoy the garbage. Then then the fleas jump on the vagrants. And now the vagrants, you know in the Starbucks. So this poor lady who works for the city. Maybe you know, she went into a Starbucks, and there was one of those guys all sprawled out and the flea jumped on her. Enormous rats with tales as long as their bodies. That's creepy. That's just. Steady steady epidemic. Typhus occurs. Outbreaks were poor sanitary, conditions and crowding or present. Yeah. It's the Garcetti's. It's the vagrant encampments all over the place. Nice. There you go. But, but that's I mean, that's his office city halls where he works in. No, you can't even clean where he works. He doesn't even care about the people work for him. They don't have any money. I just don't understand what's going on. Are more coming up. John and Ken KFI..

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03:55 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your northbound on the five you might wanna try this seven ten or any of the accident on the growly county sheriff's Lieutenant Andrew Meyer says the list could get longer. The other victims out there in your neighborhood vigilant Thousand Oaks corporate Carson KFI. And iheartradio station. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty nine coming up after three o'clock. We'll go through what's going on in Washington. DC the spending Bill the border wall money. It's look a lot like Trump will declare some kind of national emergency and the money from other projects. But then there's probably going to be a lawsuit to try to stop that. And we have another entrant into the race for president. It is the beloved New Jersey Senator Corey Booker who promises a campaign built on universal love to hear him today. I didn't hear that hell is on Twitter right announced on Twitter. No. I I think he did. I think he formally made his Twitter video. Maybe I must've heard some other oh a Twitter video. And then he went on. I heard somebody. Everybody's going on the view the view now is the first place for candidates to be vetted for somehow, I joy, Behar and Whoopi Goldberg are now the screening committee to see who's worthy or not worthy. I don't know. What's going on the hell's that audience made of Cory Booker? Who announced he loves Donald Trump. Yeah. I don't know in what way he meant that. Well, he wants to say that he wants to defeat hate with love. Three. Funny. Republicans ran this is going to be the funniest clown cart ever. Oh by seekers. The Republicans have no personality. These people are all whacked. They do have personality and they're all weird. Yeah, they're going to be so far removed from Trump both the ideology and personality that it is going to be bizarre there. But some of them are really baddie, he's Batty. I don't know what the hell. He was talking about today. Universal love. What is that? Because he's a preacher. He's trying to tell everyone that Trump's all about hate. I'm going to stop. Even love him. Same old lame cliches eight eight eight eight eight later on the show we're gonna play David Goldstein's report. CBS two investigative report on a possum living in a one million dollar tax taxpayer funded bus. It's been sitting idle for years, but there's another investigative team in town NBC four and Joel Grover. You might wanna hear this one. This is about the typhus epidemic that has blown up in skid row in downtown LA. Thanks to a lot of trash and yes homeless people living around and lots of rats and typhus. Typhus until last year the last year, it's like a disease you never even heard of. And that's spreading all over the place in LA when quiet for a while on the typhus front, but the stories making a comeback. Let's listen to this. Mounds of garbage pile up on a downtown LA street garbage that draws rats which harbor fleas fleas read the typhus bacteria when they bite humans. And now their latest victim is deputy L A city attorney, Liz Greenwood it felt like somebody was driving railroads stakes through my eyes and out the back of my neck, three months ago Greenwood a veteran prosecutor began experiencing horrible headaches and high fevers her doctor tested, her blood and fans, she was infected with typhus typhus. It's it's a medieval disease that's caused by trash piles of trash like those unserious avenue, which we questioned the mayor about four.

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

"liz greenwood" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Two to tell you about it. After the break. That's intriguing. I'm Dr and this midday live. KABC news, live and local. It's twelve thirty. I'm Liz Warner health officials are saying a typhus outbreak has reached epidemic proportions here in LA county. A record one hundred twenty four cases of typhus were reported in the LA county last year, a deputy city attorney thinks she was infected with the disease while working in her opposite LA city hall east which she claims is infested with rats. The attorney Liz Greenwood describes her symptoms to NBC four news. It felt like somebody was driving railroads tapes through my eyes and out the back of my neck. So I am concerned about going back to work and getting this again type is usually spread by fleas. I'm Jeff whittle KABC news. A mysterious. So-called gas surcharge has nearly two dozen California lawmakers calling for a statewide investigation democratic Senator Henry stern of Los Angeles is among nineteen legislators who want to know why there appears to be a hit. Hidden charge. Adding to the states already high gasoline prices pretty troubling cost to the to the drivers California and actually start drilling down on this and see if we can't shed a little more light and get deeper into the books for the oil industry and figure out what actually is happening here at UC Berkeley, professor authored a report in two thousand seventeen that shows drivers are paying around twenty two cents extra per gallon. And it isn't explained why the attorney general's office can neither confirm nor deny whether there's a potential or ongoing investigation games row Haas. KABC news Las Vegas is offering its usual array of interesting and unusual bets for Super Bowl fifty three this weekend. Some include whether Gladys Knight uses microphone stands when she sings the national anthem or how many times the TV camera will show. Geez. L bunch in Tom. Brady's wife, you can even bet on whether Trump President Trump will congratulate the winner on Twitter as for the actual game itself. New England is a two and a half point favorite over the Rams talk radio seven hundred. ABC's sports the Lakers outlasted the clippers won twenty three to one twenty in overtime, and that's seven ninety KABC sports. KABC news time twelve thirty two. Attention CDC estimates that one in six Americans gets food poisoning each year, some germs like listeria can be deadly for certain people you targets older adults people with weakened immune systems and pregnant women and their newborns people with listeria infection usually require hospital care and about one in five who were infected die or miscarry know your risk of listeria food poisoning. If you're sixty five or older have a weakened immune system or are pregnant, you must be especially careful when selecting preparing and storing foods he'd hot dogs and deli meats until steaming hot do not consume raw unpasteurized milk or soft cheeses made from it and be aware that soft cheeses made from pasteurized. Milk have also been associated with listeria infections and outbreaks learn more about how to prevent listeria food poisoning at CDC dot gov slash vitalsigns with lows.

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