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Chicago Police: 14-Year-Old Boy Critically Wounded, 7-Year-Old Girl Also Struck In Bronzeville Shooting

WGN Nightside

00:27 sec | Last month

Chicago Police: 14-Year-Old Boy Critically Wounded, 7-Year-Old Girl Also Struck In Bronzeville Shooting

"Detectives enjoy investigating after a 14 year old boy was shot in the head and a seven year old hit by bullets in the leg and foot when a car drove by them and you someone opened fire. This happened in Bronzeville, whenever, the boys in critical condition at the University of Chicago but I Hospital, the girl in used good condition at Mercy Hospital. to So far, no one is in custody A ride. Area. Nick Giulio, One here detectives on 7 20 investigating W g N. We're live in the skyline

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Chicago activist group demands Mercy Hospital remain open

Steve Cochran

00:34 sec | Last month

Chicago activist group demands Mercy Hospital remain open

"Of activists is fighting to keep Mercy Hospital in Chicago South side from closing patient outta Davis says she doesn't know what she will do if the hospital closes. This is my husband. This is where the doctors that trust work. What have I and other residents of my community got to do with this hospital closes down, the activists are calling for the hospital to be fully funded. Or they want Mayor life in Governor Brutes Kerr to support some sort of consul consolidation plan that fizzled earlier this year. Due to a lack of state money to keep the facility open.

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Years in Bronzeville, Cash strapped Mercy Hospital is not planning to close its doors for good WG ends. Robb Sneed is live there and joins us with more on what's behind the decision, Rob Well boils down to finances. They just aren't bringing in enough money, and now they will be closing their doors pretty soon, according to hospital officials, who say that more than 300 workers will be without A job. I spoke with the union rep today and they told me for the lower wage workers. They will suffer the most. As soon as February 1st 2021 staff could be without a job, Mercy Hospital and medical Center president made that announcement today in a statement. That reason, part quote The decision to discontinue service at Mercy Hospital was not an easy one. But patients on the South side have unmet needs within the current system and quote it worked. Devastating. It was because I'm never There are no wages. Teamsters Local 7 43 represents nearly 300 workers at mercy you have in there half of their life. Working in the service transportation. And Vienna. And some of them, but that is the only job that they have ever had has happened here has been decades in the making. Officials with the hospital blamed the financial hardships on many things, including population decline in the area. A decrease in hospital reimbursement and updated facilities to the north and west. The hospital is no

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Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

WGN Nightside

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

"Years in Bronzeville, Cash strapped Mercy Hospital is not planning to close its doors for good WG ends. Robb Sneed is live there and joins us with more on what's behind the decision, Rob Well boils down to finances. They just aren't bringing in enough money, and now they will be closing their doors pretty soon, according to hospital officials, who say that more than 300 workers will be without A job. I spoke with the union rep today and they told me for the lower wage workers. They will suffer the most. As soon as February 1st 2021 staff could be without a job, Mercy Hospital and medical Center president made that announcement today in a statement. That reason, part quote The decision to discontinue service at Mercy Hospital was not an easy one. But patients on the South side have unmet needs within the current system and quote it worked. Devastating. It was because I'm never There are no wages. Teamsters Local 7 43 represents nearly 300 workers at mercy you have in there half of their life. Working in the service transportation. And Vienna. And some of them, but that is the only job that they have ever had has happened here has been decades in the making. Officials with the hospital blamed the financial hardships on many things, including population decline in the area. A decrease in hospital reimbursement and updated facilities to the north and west. The hospital is no

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Cook County Medical Examiner: 9 Month Old Joseph Myles Died Of COVID-19 At Chicago Hospital

Ben Shapiro

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Cook County Medical Examiner: 9 Month Old Joseph Myles Died Of COVID-19 At Chicago Hospital

"The cook county medical examiner also confirming something that the state health department told us in March and that is that a nine month old baby died of cold with nineteen in March this is a rare thing but the medical examiner's office says it did happen on March twenty third is nine months old Joseph miles died at mercy hospital in

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Chicago South Side hospital merger called off

WBBM Evening News

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago South Side hospital merger called off

"For struggling southside hospitals have halted plans to combine they say the money just isn't there the decision comes after the state legislature ended its session without allocating funding for the project the affected facilities are advocate Trinity hospital in Calumet heights mercy hospital in Bronzeville south shore hospital in south Chicago and St Bernard hospital in

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

04:42 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

"As each state has now taken at least a step toward easing restrictions meant to contain the corona virus. We're getting a clearer. Picture of communities have been most affected. It's lower income communities and communities of color particularly in New York City where twenty seven percent of people in those neighborhoods tested positive for coronavirus. Antibodies compared to nineteen percent of the general citywide population. The spread is continuing in those communities. And that's where the new cases are coming. Andrew Cuomo said today. The gap is even wider in certain parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn where more than forty percent of. The people have the antibodies. That's where the cases coming from. That's where the new hospitalizations coming from. That's going into the hospital system. That's where you're going to see the highest number of deaths. He said the state would begin. A public health education campaign in housing projects and distribute masks and hand sanitizer getting the P. p. e. into the community getting the hand sanitizer into the community explaining social distancing. And why that's so important and explain how this virus spreads its public health education effort to those who live in public housing. This is overdue. The density makes social distancing difficult and leaves tenants vulnerable this week. Abc News is offering special coverage of the disproportionate impact of Corona virus on Black Hispanic and indigenous Americans in a series called a nation divided. Ju- Brown joins US FROM JOURNEY FOR JUSTICE ALLIANCE IN CHICAGO. Why is this virus hitting communities of color so hard you know Cova crisis just unveils? Horrible practice that we've experienced really for decades in this country which has been the sabotage of our basic quality of life institutions food production delivery systems health care education housing economic development So those things that many Americans take for granted. We often have to fight and scratch for so. This crisis really exposes our country's lack of willingness to address these issues. How does that play where you are in Chicago? Going to pandemic really a hit. We started seek death with around the country is Chicago today. Early thirty percent of the population we would seventy percent of the deaths and while this is happening Many of our hospitals were on the brink of closing such as Mercy Hospital. We've already lost. Michael Reese Hospital in virtually every other hospital in the black community has been starved to the point of really minimum capacity but at me when the pandemic hit many of our people who have pre existing conditions. We go to the hospital with sent back home right. I HAVE FAMILY FAMILY MEMBER. Who would sit back home from the Emergency Room? Three times and died. What's causing these gaps and disparities? Will you know This African proverb that says the truth. The simple complicated is a lot and I think at some point. We have to realize that America has never dealt with her ugly which is a baseless hatred for Black Brown indigenous families. It's to tional. Racism is the reason institutional. Racism is at play so people going to say that black people get Kobe because we are not listening right while ignoring a white families that are storming the state capital in Michigan or doing protest all over the country. And they're not social distancing we are getting covert because we don't have health we are getting covert because we're going to the high school in sending us home and so I think at the federal level and at the local level what we must have from people is the first thing humility understanding that you not better than at mother who's a high school graduate who works at Walmart that that mother is working just as hard as you to make the future for her baby. Do you think the clamor for reopening would be different if it weren't communities of color that are now the source of the most new cove infections. I definitely believe that's that's a major part of it at once. People realize that is Black Brown indigenous folks. That are getting sick. They're getting sick. The most sensitive importance has gone down a great deal. We had a very critical moment. Where we see America's response to life or death leads has not changed so institutionalized level loveless nece is alive and well and we but we have a moment an opportunity to change it t- to Brown of journey for Justice Alliance in

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USNS Mercy hospital ship to depart Los Angeles and head home to San Diego

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

USNS Mercy hospital ship to depart Los Angeles and head home to San Diego

"The navy says its hospital ship that was sent to Los Angeles in the battle against corporate nineteen is accomplished its mission and is heading back home tomorrow the Senegal based USNS mercy was sent to LA in March to help treat non cobit nineteen patients to allow local hospitals to focus on coronavirus cases while the mercy departs for its home port some medical personnel remain in LA to support the continued response to the

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California - 7 crew members on Mercy hospital ship test positive for coronavirus

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

California - 7 crew members on Mercy hospital ship test positive for coronavirus

"The navy hospital ship docked in the port of Los Angeles is nearing a corona virus outbreak yesterday the navy announced for more crew members working aboard the USNS mercy tested positive for the virus that means seven on the ship's crew have caught the virus since its first case was reported last Wednesday six sailors and other likely exposed to them are now off the ship in quarantine the navy says the ship is still treating non a corona virus patients as

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6 people, including 5-year-old boy and 3 Chicago police officers, hospitalized after apartment building fire

Nick Digilio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

6 people, including 5-year-old boy and 3 Chicago police officers, hospitalized after apartment building fire

"Six people were injured over the weekend in an apartment fire including three Chicago police officers happen forty eighth and king drive in a three story building officers were knocking on the doors of learning residents to the fire when they suffered smoke inhalation as WGN TV used to be weighing reports a four year old boy was among the residents injured three people who live in the building also suffered smoke inhalation a twenty year old woman a thirty four year old woman and the child paramedics took them to mercy hospital for observation the twenty year old also suffered burns B. three officers are in good condition no word on what started the fire but authorities believe it did start in the basement

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6 people — including 4-year-old boy and 3 Chicago police officers — hospitalized after apartment building fire

Brian Noonan

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

6 people — including 4-year-old boy and 3 Chicago police officers — hospitalized after apartment building fire

"An apartment fire in the Bronzeville neighborhood injured six people including three Chicago police officers last night happened near forty eighth in king drive in a three story building officers were knocking on doors of learning residents to the fire when they suffered smoke inhalation as WGN TV's duty when reports of a four year old boy who was among the residents injured three people who live in the building also suffered smoke inhalation a twenty year old woman a thirty four year woman and the child paramedics took them to mercy hospital for observation the twenty year old also suffered burns officers are in good condition no word on what started the fire but authorities believe it started in the

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7 injured after Bronzeville apartment fire

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

7 injured after Bronzeville apartment fire

"An apartment fire in the Bronzeville neighborhood injured seven people including three Chicago officers and a fire fighter last night happened at forty eight than king drive in a three story building the officers were knocking on doors alerting residents to the fire when they suffered smoke inhalation Anders WGN TV's duty **** reports a four year old boy was among the injured three people who live in the building also suffered smoke inhalation a twenty year old woman a thirty four year old woman and the child paramedics took them to mercy hospital for observation the twenty year old also suffered burns the officers are in good condition no word on what started

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Mercy Philadelphia Hospital to End Inpatient Services

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 8 months ago

Mercy Philadelphia Hospital to End Inpatient Services

"Oh one west Philadelphia's mercy hospital is ending inpatient services Hey why W's cameraman as live from West Philadelphia with the story this morning ten as Brandon spokesperson with Mercedes parent company Trinity health says no longer doing in patient care this was a long term financial decision for this nonprofit Catholic hospital it's a one hundred fifty seven bed hospitals been here for a hundred two years of a spokesperson did not give a timeline for the shift in care only saying in a statement it'll be a quote slow deliberate and informed process it'll happen here in the coming months how much like Hahnemann mercy serves many in the community who may be eleven who may be most vulnerable here looking and looking at the latest available numbers from the organization the Pennsylvania health care cost containment council in the fiscal year twenty eighteen about sixty two percent of the money coming in that year for patients was for Medicaid also about three and a half percent of care that year was for charity or the patient couldn't afford to pay so there was no income coming in from that as for how this affects jobs Brandon that part has not been made clear by hospital officials just yet

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"After a crash in Fairfield Sunday afternoon involving a motorcycle an SUV the person on the bike was traveling south on south Gilmore road before two o'clock and kill what you collided with the other vehicle turning on to restore road the motorcyclist was transported to mercy hospital where they were later pronounced dead I remember goes to. flea bag. Norman Lear the creator of TV shows like all in the family an actress Marisa Tomei announcing that Amazon's flea bag won the Emmy for outstanding comedy series during the seventy first annual awards show Sunday night game of thrones took home outstanding drama series in another HBO program last week tonight with John Oliver won the Emmy for outstanding variety talk series the Reds drop their final Sunday home game of the season to them at six three has the York took the series after an off day today the Reds open their final home series of twenty nineteen in the face the Milwaukee Brewers first pitch Tuesday night is scheduled for six forty teller Malley is expected to be on the mound the bangles race to fourteen nothing deficit to take a seventeen fourteen lead in the fourth quarter but it was the bills is go over the minute fifty four left in the game and held on to win twenty one seventeen Sunday as Cincinnati drops to and three on the year quarterback any don't now after the game said the slow start hurt them we had no rhythm in the first half we couldn't do anything on first down we set ourselves back there now we were converting and it's hard to get a first down at first at. and so you know I think we were after halftime we came in we were like we need to get into a rhythm get the plan are often sin plan having.

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Missouri man dies from vaping illness, bringing US death toll to 8

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri man dies from vaping illness, bringing US death toll to 8

"Missouri reports its first that talk to E. cigarettes making it eight people nationwide who have died from Peiping KMOX reporter Alex Bregman the man in his mid forties died this week after being hospitalized since August twenty second doctor say he had no one problems before he started vaping and may reportedly to deal with chronic pain a news release from mercy hospital St Louis says he died from acute respiratory distress syndrome which means as long as couldn't provide enough gas exchange which lead to

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University Of Chicago Hospital, Illinois Department Of Public Health And University Of Chicago Medical Center discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

University Of Chicago Hospital, Illinois Department Of Public Health And University Of Chicago Medical Center discussed on WBBM Programming

"There are two cases of legionnaires disease in patients who had been at the university of Chicago hospital a week ago. There were two cases of legionnaires reported at mercy hospital now, it's the university of Chicago medical center. The Illinois department of public health is investigating two cases of legionnaires in people who are patients at U of C legionnaires disease is a serious lung infection. It's not passed from person to person outbreaks are most commonly associated with buildings or structures that have complex water systems like hospitals or. Hotels. Health officials say in this case, the general public is not at

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"There were two cases of legionnaires reported at mercy hospital now, it's the university of Chicago medical center. The department of public health is investigating two cases of legionnaires in people who are patients at U of C legionnaires disease is a serious lung infection. It's not passed from person to person outbreaks are most commonly associated with buildings or structures that have complex water systems like hospitals or hotels. Health officials say in this case, the general public is not at risk. Terry cash ner NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. And the university of Chicago released a statement saying tests of their water have not revealed legionella bacteria, but the hospital is working to find the exact source of the bacteria. Whether it's inside or outside, the U of C health system. The search is on for a gunman who fatally shot a man and then possibly exchanged gunfire with police yesterday evening and humbled park on the city's west side officers witness the gunman shoot a man, according to Chicago police in a possible robbery near division and longdale police say two officers ran after the gunman and fired shots at him at about eight pm, but it's unclear if the gunman was shot by police the gunman jumped into a waiting silver colored car and escaped police say the man at the possible robbery scene was shot in the chest by the gunmen and taken to a hospital where he died Roger Plummer, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. A man. Who is alleged to be a member of the Latin kings facing a murder charge in connection with a Brighton park shooting has according to prosecutors admitted to his role in another murder apparently expecting to get a plea deal for his cooperation as a witness instead Cook County, prosecutors say they decided to charge thirty five year old Sergio Gonzalez with that murder as well due to his admission that he played an active role in carrying it out including dragging victim into an SUV..

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28-Year-Old Man Suffers Serious Stroke After Popping His Neck

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

28-Year-Old Man Suffers Serious Stroke After Popping His Neck

"Two a man in Oklahoma simply tried to crack his neck and from it. He had an even more serious medical condition here. CBS news correspondent Matt piper. A twenty eight year old Oklahoma man, reportedly suffered a stroke simply by popping his neck. Dr Vance McCullum of mercy hospital in Oklahoma City says the man torn artery in his neck leading to his brain the moment. He heard the pop Josh hater says everything on his left side. Started to go numb. And he couldn't walk straight. The stroke was not a major one. But he suffered the odd side effect of painful hiccups for about two weeks after hater is on the men now with medicine and physical therapy

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Man suffers stroke from cracking his neck

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Man suffers stroke from cracking his neck

"Condition. Twenty-eight-year-old Oklahoma man, reportedly suffered a stroke simply by popping his neck. Dr Vance McCullum of mercy hospital in Oklahoma City says the man tour an artery in his neck leading to his brain the moment. He heard the pop Josh hater says everything on his left side. Started to go numb. And he couldn't walk straight. The stroke was not a major one. But he suffered the odd side effect of painful hiccups for about two weeks after hater is on the men now with medicine and physical therapy may is stroke awareness

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"At our top story this hour twenty eighteen saw the issues of sexual harassment and domestic violence play out in several high profile cases, Mary Dixon morning. News Castro sister station. W RT says sexual abuse and harassment were factors in the downfalls of number of media moguls and domestic violence was a factor in the shooting at mercy hospital. Women are starting to be taken seriously when they say this guy is a creep. These guys are problems and in the mercy hospital case, you had a guy with a gun who was targeting his ex fiance, Mark. Rodeo sister station WS CR, the score says the heroism of the police officer killed at the hospital contrasted with the murder trial of another for killing a seventeen year old young man. It is amazing when you juxtapose it with with the Van Dyke trial and some of the things that were going out with the cops a couple of years ago. We look back at the year that was this weekend on our ad issue program, and you can hear more stories coming up at nine thirty Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one one. Five point nine FM. WBZ news time nine twenty one judge in Illinois won't dismiss murder charges against a man who says police intentionally gave prosecutors the wrong gun to send him to prison for more than two decades. Patrick personally won a new trial last year after ballistic testing prove the gun used to convict him was not the same weapon used in. Andy ashes nineteen Ninety-three killing personally attorneys argued the charges should be dismissed after new information surfaced in November a prosecutor revealed that Asher is mother told his predecessor last year that a detective said police never found the murder weapon. The judge however said he found no evidence police and prosecutors acted in bad faith, a new trial set for January tenth Dave Marquette, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The McHenry county sheriff's office is opening an official misconduct investigation into the case homeless twelve hundred tons of road salt purchased by highway Commissioner Andrew Gasser. That with west herald reports he bought the salt without going through competitive bidding process, and it cost the road district and additional thirty dollars. A tonne Gasser did not respond to the papers requests for comment but back in October. He said he made a mistake by not bidding for the salt and that he's working to correct. The situation the crowded field of candidates running for mayor of Chicago. Maybe losing a name sun times reports papers filed with the Chicago Board of election. Commissioners show that activist James all green is withdrawing his name from the ballot. But green tells the paper that he is registered as a write in candidate for the February twenty sixth election. If green drops out that would leave seventeen candidates in the race for mayor three others were kicked off the ballot on Thursday and five more candidates.

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Details emerge about Chicago hospital gunman's past threats

Ron St. Pierre

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Details emerge about Chicago hospital gunman's past threats

"Of rain could fall between now and Friday now that's good news in terms of in the. Fires. It's bad news in terms of mudslides. Police say four people dead, including the suspect after a gun battle within Chicago's mercy hospital that reportedly started because of a domestic dispute Chicago police say the thirty two year old by the name of Juan Lopez turned up at mercy to speak with us. Former fiancee an ER physician Dr tomorrow O'neil their engagement had reportedly been called off in September. According to witnesses there. Lopez shot O'Neil multiple times in when she felt the ground shatter and free more times than Lopez allegedly when it's the hospital still firing this led to shoot out inside the facility a witness there James Ray describes how the shooter shot. His first victim gentlemen, shot

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Facial saying almost nothing about disciplinary action taken against three top administrators at Carmel middle school principal. Doin pratt. Assistant principal. Bethany Gullion and dean of students. Patrick dean been. Placed on administrative leave without explanation other than it's a personnel matter. Details cannot be shared wwl TV reports might be connected to a gun threat by now suspended. Sixth grader witnesses to one of the country's latest mass shootings at Chicago's mercy hospital yesterday, say pharmacy resident Dana last who is getting on an elevator when she was shot and killed apparently unaware that a man pulled out his gun and started shooting her grieving father, Brian less. I don't. Ever be remembered as a victim never ever. She was where she wanted to be doing what she wanted to be with the people. She wanted to see what Dana last was among four people who died in that shooting clothing, a young Chicago police officer and the gunman described as a jilted lover his acts one of the shooting victims, President Trump taking part today in the annual Turkey pardon too. Big birds winning reprieve this year from Trump who's hoping there isn't a court appeal. I will be doing both peas and carrots a presidential pardon. Unfortunately. I can't guarantee that you're pardons won't be joined by the ninth circuit, always happens. He's and carrots names of those two turkeys. Also, the common side dishes that be served next to many of their Kim this week WBZ news time three oh three. I can remember when I first went into a Ballantine's industry before I never met Jason a fan. This is a long long time ago, and there was some anxiety. I mean, I think everybody's got anxiety when it comes.

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After APEC Meeting, Police Storm Papua New Guinea Parliament, Demanding Pay

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

After APEC Meeting, Police Storm Papua New Guinea Parliament, Demanding Pay

"Several members of the charity met sounds on frontier. Their suspected of dumping potentially infectious waste in Italian ports. MSF denies wrongdoing condemning the investigation as an attempt to block it from saving lives in the Mediterranean. A gun man has shot a doctor dead outside a hospital in the US city of Chicago. He then stormed into the building killing a pharmaceutical assistant and a police officer. He died after an exchange of fire with police officials say the gunman had been in a relationship with the doctor he killed Dr Patrick Connor the director of the emergency department at mercy hospital pay tribute to the victims tonight. Remember, these three individuals whose lives were

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"There's more than one shooter and what kind of weapon or weapons were involved, right? Sure, there's an and I suspect they have answers to that. Now, think of some of the questions that have already been answered is there anybody killed or injured in vicinity that does not include the down shooter already. You can be speaking to people in the vicinity saying, did you see anybody else beyond the one shooter within I would say minutes or maybe an hour to you're gonna get identification of who the individual is. And you're gonna have somebody swarm on his house or apartment and start to ask a question. Who was he did he live with anybody? Did he ever speak about doing something? Like, this that involved a conversation that might suggest somebody else participated, so I'm with Josh I would look at this and say in most of these into its an it's going to be a single individual. But you still got apply to one percent rule wolf. And that is if there's a one percent or less chance that were wrong on that judgment. You gotta spend a few hours making sure, you're right. Yeah. Absolutely. You gotta air totally on the side of caution a fee now, you're getting some more information. Hi, that's right. We're getting this via Adam Collins who is the spokesperson of the communication. Director for Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel. This is something that Chicago PD spokesperson just re tweeted this saying that mayor Emanuel is currently at the public safety headquarters with the superintendent other Chicago police Eddie Johnson where they are monitoring the events unfolding at mercy hospital. So as you would expect the mayor Chicago is now together with the superintendent for Chicago police watching closely as things unfold here, we don't have any more updates on this search, but we'd imagine that the search of of a building this size would take some time. There's rooms there's closets. So that is still ongoing, and as you've been talking about we still don't know exactly how many people were injured or were shot potentially and how badly they were injured. We do know repeat about this. This Chicago police officer who was shot and he is in critical condition, but receiving care there at mercy hospital. So that is the very latest. We have on the situation there very early in all of this. We're getting more information. Let's take a quick break. We'll up. Date our viewers on the breaking news right after this. Support for situation room comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"But again, a lot of these numbers are reports we have to really work through and wait for officers to really give us a firm grasp a firm handling of what it is that they're dealing with. When we start talking about the numbers. I can tell you again. Wolf, you know, you see officers responding just based on some of the footage that we see there. You don't see that influx of officers coming in that you would expect if that scene was still hot, you know, if they were expecting that. Okay. This is possibly an active situation. Again, an active shooter as active until it's not. But we do see police officers arrived, but they don't appear to be in that tactical posture where the rushing in. So that may be one indicator for us to understand at least they feel they have the building surrounded insecure enough. So they can work through methodically go through and then the next question, obviously wolf is going to be well who is this person. And why did they do what they did? Again, we've seen shootings where you know, suspects will not have any type of identification, and that's a very herculean task for officers to try to defy the person. We'll find out in short order who this person was if indeed the person down is the person that was responsible, and then we'll get into the weaponry. What was the person using again? A lot of details that we don't have yet that we'll start getting were continue to work our sources as well. We'll law enforcement officials together that information I just want to be precise. Josh the Chicago police department chief communications officer. Says in a statement. And I want to be specific at least one offender shot in incident at mercy hospital police are searching the hospital right now. So what does that say to you at least one offender shot in incident? Mercy hospital raises the possibility there could be more out there. That's right. And so that either means that the person took his or her own life or they came into contact with law enforcement. There was an exchange of gunfire again. That's that. Those are details that we'll continue to sort through. But you don't have to tell you wolf in these situations. You know, I remember this being in the FBI, and now obviously covering these for the American people in the press is, you know, there is almost always never more than one person involved in these things, but law enforcement officers can't be sure of that until they actually go through. We think about San Bernardino, for example, where you did have more than one person responsible. So again, almost always you have one lone individual that's conducting these types of incidents, but until the officers go through until they go through every single floor in that hospital. They're not going to send out that all clear, and you're going to have. Continue to see you know, resources assisting that effort also tell you wolf, and I know this, you know, working some of these cases that hospitals are now obviously a pivotal part of a response when active shooting, so if an incident like this happens somewhere out in public at a shopping mall at a school that alert will go out to hospitals. They'll send out a code, alerting their personnel that there's a possibility that they're going to be having a victim's inbound to be treated, I, you know, once that happens in a hospital as we see here, obviously, you know, their first goal is to not only protect the patients that are also in the hospital, but then also respond and try to save lives. So very chaotic situation at the, you know, at the early stages this these happen and the last thing, you know, these these facilities are fused together. So this alert is no doubt going out to other medical facilities. A well. So if they do have to evacuate this hospital, at least there are other medical facilities into this entity that can be prepared to receive patients, and again, we see some of the ambulances they're moving so looks as though they might be moving people to different facilities, again, we'll gather a lot of information as the hour and full cheer will. But very long investigation along task ahead for. Enforcement officers that is a very large building their ten eleven stories that they'll have to work through wolf, obviously, a huge huge operation. That's unfolding right now, even as we're reporting the initial information we're getting Phil Mudd this this incident as it's unfolding right now, a key will be to determine if.

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"I don't think I would draw conclusions for the net at this time, though, just a repeat what the police spokesman Anthony googly L Mia saying in his various tweets reports of multiple victims multiple victims in the attack at least ten ambulances have been sent to the scene. Lots of police on the way or already there. Fire crews on the scene as well. Thirties are warning. Police to stay out of the area. And according to the chief communications officer for the police department, at least an specific words fill and want you to react at least one offender shot an incident. Mercy hospital police are searching the hospital, according to the press spokesman for the Chicago police departments or if they're already searching the hospital, presumably, that's good news. I would agree with that. I mean, the fact that the offender is down obviously suggested he's clearly not a threat anymore. I mentioned earlier if he's down there's a prospect that they're speaking with them. I would say on the other hand there are facts here as well that are deeply concerning as we go potentially to look at the investigation through the evening and tomorrow morning. The I would be the number of victims in this incident would suggest to you that the individual didn't go in looking for a specific target. Maybe he had an issue with the hospital itself. The second is if you're dealing with that many injured people you're talking about six eight ten people. I heard something about ten ambulances that suggests to me that he's carrying a weapon or weapons where he intended to shoot a lot of people at once and didn't have a specific target in mind. Boy, it's the same thing we keep seeing again, and again in this country wolf what we just saw in California recently. Unfortunately, we see a lot of this unfolding Josh Campbell is with us as well. Our law enforcement analyst, former FBI special supervisory agent Joshua. What are your initial thoughts? And I want to just caution everyone. This is preliminary information, we're getting from the Chicago police department, and you nailed it wolf, and we have to keep that in mind. These initial reports and you have to think about what happens whatever these I happened. You have witnesses bystanders who will be calling in to nine one one reporting. What they're seeing your thirst responding officers who are reporting back. So a lot of that is a very chaotic situation, and it's up to dispatchers and the officers responding to try to make sense of what they're dealing with. So whenever we start hearing the numbers come out again. It's very early. I you know, we'll start getting some of that information in short order. We did hear from Chicago police department if there was a large police presence that was inbound to this location. This is a facility that would have had security on site. These lawyers for hospitals usually do have some type of security presence with their arms and not we don't yet know. But also we'll have to tell you looking at this building. We're talking about a ten eleven story building. There's a lot of work ahead of police officers as they go through this facility. We heard the initial reports have possibly one offender is down. But again, the officers won't give that all clear wolf until. They go floor to floor room by room, and you can imagine a very chaotic situation. The last thing we have to think about wolf in. This instance, is that this isn't a typical facility like a mall or school where you know, people everyone inside can get up and evacuate, obviously at people that are in the hospital that are in these rooms that they have to be cared for. So we're getting very chaotic and it's up to officers to work through that facility, Florida, Florida. And in that, there's no threat before they sent out that all clear wolf, and what is obviously so disturbing. Josh is that the police spokesman suggesting that there are multiple victims right now in this shooting incident. And once again, we don't know if there's one shooter involved or multiple shooters, right? Yeah. Exactly wolf. And again, you know, they're trying to get information out to the public is can initially. That's something we've seen police officers come out, and, you know, try to get gathering information into into disseminate not to wait..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"So all these officers don't necessarily indicate that they expect to find somebody else, but they really have to be cautious. Especially in these first few minutes or hour. Yeah. It's very very early as I've been reporting a theme. Now, you're getting some more information on what else are you learning high wealth? That's right. This is coming from the same spokesperson for the Chicago PD who's tweeting that a Chicago police officer has been shot in this active shooter incident there at mercy hospital he is in critical condition, but receiving excellent care. Please send prayers this coming from Anthony googly family who is the chief communications officer of Chicago PD. So we're we've been getting some pretty frequent updates from this spokesperson and expect to continue to get updates. But this is the latest a police officer has been shot. So I still waiting to find out who else has been shot and how badly we don't know if there's one shooter involved in this incident or multiple shooters, right? A thin. That's right. So far, we don't even in that earlier tweet. You had the spokesperson was referring to a possible offender? So there's still a lot of questions about that possible offender as we heard someone else say how badly was that person injured were they really one of the NFL under is there. Another one how many are there? So still a whole lot of questions as the police officers. You've seen the very very heavy police presence doing a methodical search of this hospital. I'm not sure how many stories it is. But this is something that is going to take some time before we get a fuller picture of just what is going on. And who's been injured in how badly the key right now Phil Mudd and you've worked with these kinds of situations during your career, the key, right? Right now is to find out how many shooters may have been involved and to clear the area right now. Because potentially there could be more more shootings underway. Sure, I mentioned access to obviously access to the shooter in in my first question would be whether he's speaking to law enforcement at this moment, there's a couple of questions that might help answer that issue of whether he's acting alone. The first I'd want to know is whether he's carrying identification, even if he's not speaking if he's carrying identification that lousy immediately to get up on things like what is addresses in. What is social media is to see if there's any indications that he's not acting alone. The second question you're going to have very quickly in a case. Like, this is whether he's carrying a phone as soon as he's carrying a phone. You're going to telephone carriers to say I want to see his record of phone calls, including even potentially whether he was communicating during the event. So I'd expected law enforcement working quickly with those kind of indicators should be able to give us an answer as they clear the building about whether this individual was acting alone or not what does it say to you. If anything fill that this incident is occurring near a major hospital in Chicago. I'll give you my initial thought it's sort of gut thought, but I I lay it out for you. That is as soon as I see an event like this the first question, I have in the in the event is whether it's an iconic target a target like what we saw in terror attacks in the past that might be associated with things like military facility an intelligence facility US infrastructure. I don't associate any of those things with a hospital. So my gut when I'm seeing this after a lot of time doing these kind of incidents is that we're going to see somebody who has some kind of personal problem with an individual in the hospital with the hospital itself, maybe hospital personnel..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"This is CNN breaking news. I'm wolf Blitzer in the situation room. We want to welcome viewers here in the United States and around the world. There's breaking news. We're fall following in Chicago where police are responding to reports of an active shooter near a major hospital. Let's go straight to CNN's their theater Jones of update our viewers on what you're learning high level. We just got a tweet few minutes ago from the chief communications officer from the Chicago police department, and he tweeted officers are doing a methodical search of mercy hospital at least one possible offender shot please void the area around twenty sixth street and Michigan. This is a little bit south of downtown Chicago near the shores of Lake Michigan. This same communications officer tweeted earlier that there were reports of multiple victims from possible shooting. So it's it's clear that the police don't quite have a handle on the situation yet unclear whether this one possible offender really was the. Tender unclear what happened to that person. And the numbers we don't have the number of how many people have been shot how badly they were injured that is something that we're still awaiting for. But they have a heavy police presence there as you can see are advising everyone in the area to avoid the area as they do this methodical search that's the Las update we have from Chicago PD from about ten minutes ago. So we're staying on this to see what develops. I'm just getting this this information from the Chicago Tribune, according to fire department spokes person in Chicago, saying fire officials are sending at least ten ambulances to the scene. They're calling for an emergency medical service plan to a serious operation right now that's unfolding in Chicago and thirties, according to this report are winning all people to stay away from the area right now. Once again, as you say reports of multiple victims in the attack that according to the police spokesman, Anthony Google AME. He released that information in a tweet. I want to bring in Phil Mudd who once worked at the FBI. So these are initial reports fill and clearly only sporadic information is coming in. We're probably going to be learning a lot more fairly soon. But what's your initial assessment of this? It's obviously a very very bad. Yeah. There's a couple of questions you'd have from the outset. And I would judge at the police department might have answers to some of these already for first of all for example is the individual if the if the individual the shooter has been injured is he speaking does he have identification on that will allow you not only to determine who he or she is. But to reach out to things like family and associates to say who is this person, and what might be the motivation for the for this event. The other thing, obviously, you have is targets can you determine why this person was shooting at these targets is there, a broader conspiracy of foot was this an individual who is simply deranged, we should know those pretty quickly with the access obviously that the that the officers have to the individual. But right now, the first question is whether he's alone, and how do you clear the area wolf, you know, because as they say the police are saying that there are reports of multiple victims right now. And they're also suggesting at least a one of the shooter's if there's more than one we don't know one of the shooters may have been shot as as a result of the initial police. Activity, but they're sending a lot of police to this area. Maybe in part of fill out of abundance of caution. Sure. I mean, you have to act as you say abundance of caution in this situation, remember too when you're dealing with a hospital in the amount of rooms in that place, that difficulty especially with people who are ill to clear the area, you might have a ninety nine percent judgment that this individuals acting alone. But you still have to clear the hospital in provide assurances that nobody else is there who might have been acting in concert with this individual..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"People are dead including the gunman after a shooting at Chicago's mercy hospital. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson talked about Samuel Jimenez, the officer who was killed who's officer from the second district. Came on in February of two thousand seventeen. He and his partner were actually. Doing something else responded to the all of a sudden these assistance call Nicole it up. They heard gunshots and they did with what Iraq offices. Always do. They ran towards the gunfight to hospital employees killed were doctor a pharmacy assistant. All the heavy rains in the forecast. The search for victims of the northern California wildfire has been stepped up with many people still unaccounted for that blaze, which is two-thirds contain destroyed. More than twelve thousand homes and businesses left seventy nine people dead right now. Seven hundred are still missing Capitol Hill. Democrats are taking the president to court over his appointment of acting attorney general Matt Whitaker. Linda Kenyon, tells more senators Richard Blumenthal, Sheldon Whitehouse in maisy Horon. I'll have filed a lawsuit. The challenges the Whitaker appointment on constitutional grounds. They say the constitution requires principal federal officers to be appointed only with the senate's advice and consent Whittaker as acting attorney general is considered a principal. Federal officer Whitaker had been serving as chief of staff to now former attorney general Jeff Sessions, but that position did not require Senate confirmation, the standard line of succession would have been for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein for the position, but President Trump instead bypassed Rosenstein, the man who was overseas. Being the Muller probe. Linda Kenyon, Washington. White House has restored the security access for CNN reporter, Joe Kosta. White House press office notes a constant will have to follow the decorum of the White House, including one question per reporter. And a follow up when approved. I'm Elliot Francis. If you have hard water, the limescale not only leaves white.

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shooting mercy hospital in Chicago today at twenty fifth and south Michigan witness, Tracy. Lyons says she was in the hospital parking lot where it all appeared to start. And you hit. Back in and trying to retreat. So he won't shot and he pulled. Did you see anybody shots? All I know call both call lion says she did not see the shooter. But James gray explains what he saw in the lobby near a clinic area. The lady looked like they were walking towards the parking area and the gentleman turned Durant shot three times in our tests. They must fell to the ground. Now, he stood over three more times, and you witnessed Oliva. Yes. Our reports that the man was the ex-fiancee of a female doctor the scene has been secured. Police say the suspected gunman is dead and three others have been wounded, including a Chicago police officer. He's in critical condition at university of Chicago hospital. A Colorado man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his pregnant wife and their two young daughters. Christopher watts was sentenced today nearly two weeks after pleading guilty to avoid the death penalty. Prosecutors have said, Shannon. Watts family consented to the plea deal. He also pleaded guilty to unlawful termination of a pregnancy and tampering with the deceased human body. The Thirty-three-year-old is not eligible for parole. Police have said watts killed his wife and daughters inside their suburban Denver home. In august. The children were found inside an oil tank. Watts was buried nearby. Prosecutors claim his desire for a fresh start to begin a new relationship was a motive for the crimes in local news interviews before his arrest. Watts pleaded for his family safe return. The judge said this is perhaps the most inhumane. And vicious crime that he has handled out of thousands of cases, President Trump's appeal for more time when it comes to deciding whether to punish Saudi Arabia's crown prince for the murder of a dissident journalist living in the US is falling flat with many, Democrats and Republicans. It comes after media reports say the CIA concludes the crown prince ordered the killing which Bob Costantini reports is not moving the president to stronger action just like the president's denials that Russia influence, the two thousand sixteen election top democrat on the foreign relations committee, Senator Ben Cardin, says Mr. Trump is in that mode over the killing of Jamal kashogi. Once again, we have the intelligence community telling us crown prince was very much directly involved in this murder. Hear the president saying, well, I believe the crown prince the president very clearly is trying to dodge what he needs to do. And that is to take action and hold the crown prince accountable. President Trump is edge. Don't taking any action against crown prince Mohammad arguing Saudi Arabia is important US jobs. Bob Costantini, Washington. Sixteen maverick democrat. That's have released a letter saying they'll vote for new leadership when the house picks new leaders in January that poses a threat to Nancy Pelosi's effort to become speaker, the California Democrat is favored by most Democrats to lead them as she has done since twenty three when the new congress convenes in January Pelosi seemed sure to win her party's nomination to be speaker when Democrats vote on that after thanksgiving. Now, a look at the roads Edens right now out to lake cook twenty.

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"So that's six days out and things can change. We'll keep an eye on. Sunday. Now on a story that's been breaking over the last couple of hours this afternoon. There is an active shooter situation at a hospital this afternoon in Chicago mercy hospital. I'm using my resources, Fox News on the Chicago Tribune. The shooter is dead. Three people were wounded, including a police officer and the police officer. According to Fox News is in critical condition. Rather than me paraphrasing. I'm going to share with you just read from latest on FOX Chicago police officer shot and remains in critical condition after suspect opened fire at mercy hospital on Monday, a spokesman to the department said police said the suspected gunman is dead and that four people including the police officer was shot remaining critical condition. The officer has not yet been identified is receiving excellent care following the actor shooting incident earlier, Monday, Anthony Leoni chief communications offer for separate of the Chicago. Police department said multiple victims are reported at the hospital. He tweeted that offices and doing a search of mercy hospital and noted at least one possible offenders shot the hospital confirmed just after five thirty PM that a shooting took place and was over Chicago police have secured the house in that's five thirty eastern before thirty our time. Chicago police have secured the hospital patients are safe the hospital tweeden. So again, we don't know why it happened. Mercy hospital is on the near south side of Chicago, somebody apparently. Opened fired. There was a police officer. I don't know if the opposite was present or responded he was wounded badly. The shooter is dead. Two other people. In addition to the police officer. Shot and again, no idea. What was motivating this guy at all five fifty four news talk eleven thirty WINS..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"At Chicago's mercy hospital say a shooting rampage is now over and patients are safe but police say the suspected gunman is dead and four people including a police officer are in critical condition. This medical students says he and others hid during the incident. Outside the parking line. Door until the police witnesses Saint began when a woman was shot in the parking lot, the FBI ATF or assisting Chicago police in the investigation. This witness says the shootings are becoming a routine part of American life because you can't go to the hospital. You can't go to school. You can't go to church. You can't go to the grocery store. You cannot go anywhere. And it's all over not just in Chicago this all over the country. CBS news special report, I'm Pam Coulter. And you're listening to WWE NewsRadio nine fifty in Detroit. The time six thirty two. The search is on for a suspect after manage shot while driving along eight mile road in east point this afternoon. Deputy police chief Erich Heiser says the man was headed eastbound near grass when a dark colored vehicle pulled up on his passenger side, and the driver opened fire. The victim was hitting the arm but managed to escape onto the east side of the street to get help. It doesn't happen now very often here, but it is. Frightening to think about when you're out and about driving around as you would in any situation you want to pay attention. Look around be aware who's next to you in traffic, you never know who's out there. And what their intent is. The victim says he has no idea who shot him or why a Detroit man is awaiting extradition back to Michigan from Virginia after allegedly shooting and killing two people inside a senior living apartment complex sixty nine year old. James Fleming was arrested in Richmond today. He's the suspect in the double homicide at the Phillips senior apartments last Tuesday. Fifty year old Kenneth hall was a security guard and Sixty-six-year-old Bernice Clark, a resident the prosecutor's office says he sexually assaulted his thirty year old visitor when she escaped he followed her outside before coming back with a gun hall was just trying to help him back into his apartment, which Fleming was locked out of he's facing a number of charges, including counts of first degree, murder and six counts of felony firearm. He's already a registered sex offender visitation today for a Detroit firefighter who collapsed and died on the job Forty-six year old Michael died. At the engine fifty eight stationhouse last Monday, here's Detroit fire Commissioner Eric Jones by passing. So we're we're very very thankful for that would thankful for all of the firefighters for all of the support from the public. And we just want to say thank you on behalf of Michael. And his family funeral will take place at eleven AM Tuesday at the cathedral of the most blessed sacrament, his cause of death is still under investigation. Efforts are underway to try and find the missing in northern California with just about a thousand people still unaccounted for as the campfire continues to burn CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has more from paradise the slow methodical task of searching for human remains went on for another day. We cleared all the roof debris the heavy metal. So the dogs can get anywhere at this home. Search and rescue crews had reason to believe that someone might have stayed behind the red related to their family member that they were not leaving around two thousand people are still missing many fear. A large. Number of those will turn out to be Fidelity's. Rain is due here on Wednesday bringing the possibility of mudslides. Steve Futterman, CBS news, paradise California. Nearly two dozen Fort Lauderdale students are hospitalized after they were overcome by fumes at their high school Fort Lauderdale fire. Rescue says the students were saying thanksgiving prayers at cardinal Gibbons, a private high school when they started to get sick symptoms, included, nausea, vomiting, some cases, difficulty breathing. Eight students also fainted investigators say they haven't determined to definite. 'cause they say it's possible. The students were exposed fumes from cleaning fluids. Twenty two students were taken to two hospitals that CBS news correspondent Peter King in Orlando. Three democratic senators are now challenging President Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general US Senator Gary Peter speaking in Detroit today says the investigation into Russian meddling in the US politics should continue unimpeded. In this country that.

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Floor of Chicago's mercy hospital was evacuated after a shooting that reportedly began when a woman was shot in the parking lot WB B M Steve Miller is there. Multiple people have been shot including the gunman police officer. We understand was shot and is in critical condition right now the hospital is swarming with police officials going in and out of the hospital. The hospital just tweeted that the incident is now over the hospital is secure and patients are safe. It was sentencing day for the Colorado man who pleaded guilty to killing his family, Shannon. Watts. Father Frank Rosiak addressed the court and his son-in-law. Christopher Watson is the heartless won the evil monster who dare you take the lives of my daughter, Shannon. Bella Celeste, indigo I trusted you to take care of them. Not kill them. I leave Frank in Denver. The man who killed his pregnant wife and two young daughters is sentenced. To life in prison after being begged by his parents to explain what happened the judge called the crime, the most inhumane vicious he's ever seen the girls bodies were founded an oilfield tank. The mother buried in a nearby. Shallow grave. Three democratic senators are going to court to challenge. President Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general arguing he was never vetted or confirmed by the Senate Connecticut's, Richard Blumenthal. US senators have a right and a responsibility to scrutinize the top law enforcement official of the United States. They're asking a judge to remove occur. Crews continue the grim task of looking for people who perished in northern California's campfire these search and rescue crews methodically going through the rubble of this. What was once a home? They are being assisted by cadaver dog. You heard the dog bark there, the barking means that the dogs interested in something doesn't mean the dog has necessarily found something, but these search and rescue crews, they look down on the ground to see if they can detect anything that might indicate human remains, Steve Futterman CBS. S news paradise California. At least seventy seven people are confirmed dead in that fire stocks were lower across the board to start the week. The Dow fell three hundred ninety five points, NASDAQ plunged to nineteen this is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The campus of mercy hospital in Chicago, a police officer shot and wounded said to be in critical condition this hour, another person believed to be a gunman also shot no word on that person's condition. This is a developing story which broke just about a half hour ago. We will keep you posted with any updates that become available here in the WBZ newsroom. It is five twenty one a nineteen year old Holbrooke man is facing charges of drunken driving and manslaughter this following a crash that killed a Stoughton woman. Earlier this month heck dirt to hey, sues arrested earlier this morning at his home twenty year old Nicole Richie of Stoughton killed in that crash and other man seriously hurt prosecutors say, hey, sue, who's going more than one hundred miles an hour when he side swiped. A telephone pole that vehicle went airborne and then slammed into an unoccupied house on Kingsley street in Holbrook. A Colorado father who killed admitted to killing his pregnant wife and their two young daughters then dumping their bodies in a field earlier. This year is headed to prison now for the rest of his life. There are no words during his sentencing hearing, Chris Watson looking down as his family members spoke out against him. He's father-in-law. Frank Russo among them, you take them out like trash. You disgust me in weld county district attorney, Michael Rourke the seated. Right smothered, his daughter. Prosecutors claim wants killed his family. So he could begin a new relationship wants given multiple life sentences as part of a plea deal. He avoids the death penalty. Alex stone ABC news..

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"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"mercy hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And we say good afternoon to Tracy jonky. But it wasn't a good afternoon. On Wall Street, Tracy wasn't delory apple has reportedly cut orders from its iphone suppliers and what apple faces topless apples face. Faces a lot of companies in the technology in software industry because it's such a big customer. We also saw vice President Mike Pence dashing hopes of a U S China trade more breakthrough at next week's d twenty summit. He says the US is not in a rush to end the trade war combined to send the Dow down three hundred ninety six points. The NASDAQ down two hundred nineteen the s&p down forty five. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Newsradio are Tracy. Let's go back to our top story. We're following out of Chicago, another workplace shooting in the United States, bore the tally just goes up this time, it's a hospital mercy hospital a famous hospital in Chicago. And again, we're hearing from Chicago police or tweeting out information to people on this which has been very helpful multiple victims in this shooting at mercy hospital right now, they are going through the hospital police officers room by room. We're also getting word. That there may be one offender down. Now, the wording is interesting one offender or a possible offender down meaning shot could suggest they're looking for other shooters, again, we're reading between the lines, and we hope to have more for you here on WBZ our affiliate. W MTV is also following the extent of casualties on known again. This is in the city of Chicago at the famous mercy hospital. Boston police are searching for those who killed Iraq's Freeman Corey. Worn. Parker was found shot near ten west more wrote a Madda pan. The twenty eight year old was pronounced dead at the scene. If you have any information, please call police if you don't wanna do that publicly. You can call the anonymous crime stoppers line at one eight hundred four nine four tips. One eight hundred four nine four tips. Some Boston students take their anti violence protests to city hall. All these Boston students skip school to sit down outside mayor Walsh's office. And there are a lot of them sitting quietly listening to the names of homicide victims. Sosa. So stop died, August twenty second two thousand eighteen at Roxbury forty-three names were read. The message from this protests from these young people, please find some way to stop the violence because it's hurting our lives. Allowing us to become accustomed to sort of sort of violence that should never that's never have happened in the first place and now instead of coming home and getting like homework help from our parents who are getting lectures about how to be safe from Boston city hall, Carl Stevens WBZ, News Radio ten thirty. All right five twelve on WBZ the latest on the hospital shooting in Chicago coming up with my colleague, Jeff Brown. But right now, let's shift gears and say Hello to Tom. Cuddy was sports salvage at the Charlotte Hornets tonight celebrates only nine and seven hardly the state. Anyone start anyone including the head coach expected nine and seven every teams its own entity their.

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