37 Burst results for "Smoke Inhalation"

United Airlines flight turns around after fire in cabin

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 hrs ago

United Airlines flight turns around after fire in cabin

"Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes into the flight. I started to smell something really bad and it just got worse and worse. Passenger Stephen Jones says some people panicked a guy next to me to seats over started to scream. The guy in first class said, oh, God put his shirt up over his face. And then I saw a flash of fire. Has entered Caroline lipinski tells KFM BTV that a first class passengers battery charger began smoking, and then it burst into flames, authorities say the crew placed the battery and especial fire bag in the Boeing 7 37 returned safely to the airport at around 7 30 a.m.. I'm Donna water

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Fresh update on "smoke inhalation" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:43 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "smoke inhalation" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Visits a battleground of another kind today, Wisconsin, a political battleground state, where he'll push his plans for the economy and other themes from his State of the Union address last night. The president offered a reassuring assessment of the nation's condition. Our democracy remains unbowed and unbroken. There was some heckling from the Republican side, such as when he said some Republicans want Medicare and social security to sunset. I'm not saying it's a majority. Republicans jump to their feet to object. I'm not politely not naming them, but it's being proposed by some of you. Folks. But elsewhere in his remarks, Biden pointed to bipartisan progress on issues like infrastructure. I think that people sent us a clear message. Fighting for the sake of fighting, power for the sake of power, conflict for the sake of conflict, gets us nowhere. Ben Thomas, Washington. But in the Republican response to the president's address Arkansas governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, his administration has been completely hijacked by the radical left. The dividing line in America is no longer between bride or left. The choice is between normal or crazy. More than 11,000 people known dead now in the tragic earthquake in turkey and Syria hopes are fading of finding survivors. A passenger's battery pack caught fire on a United Airlines plane yesterday, a plane returned to San Diego, four people were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. This is a P news. More now on that fire on board a United Airlines plane yesterday, the AP's done a warder, has this story, here are the details. Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke, inhalation, following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes

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 15-week abortion ban set to go before Florida Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

15-week abortion ban set to go before Florida Supreme Court

"The California Supreme Court overturns a triple slaying death sentence case. The court ordered a new trial for Billy Ray Walden, ruling unanimously that a lower court judge improperly allowed walled into represent himself at trial, despite testimony at an earlier competency hearing that he suffered from paranoia and a thought disorder, authorities say that over a two week period in December 1985, Walden shot and killed Don ellerman and set her home on fire, killing her teenage daughter by smoke inhalation. He also broke into an apartment and robbed and raped the resident rob four women shot

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Fresh update on "smoke inhalation" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "smoke inhalation" discussed on AP News Radio

" Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes into the flight. I started to smell something really bad and it just got worse and worse. Passenger Stephen Jones says some people panicked a guy next to me to seats over started to scream. The guy in first class said, oh, God put his shirt up over his face. And then I saw a flash of fire. Has entered Caroline lipinski tells KFM BTV that a first class passengers battery charger began smoking, and then it burst into flames, authorities say the crew placed the battery and especial fire bag in the Boeing 7 37 returned safely to the airport at around 7 30 a.m.. I'm Donna water

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Neighborhood early this morning, a couple of Nancy hardy has the details. Firefighters responded to a fire in a two story home near Polk and bishop at around one 15 a.m. and found one person trapped in the basement. The fire department says crews rescued a 77 year old man and took him to the hospital in grave condition. A 71 year old woman was also transported in serious but stable condition for smoke inhalation, about 30 minutes after arriving crews had the fire out. Nancy hardy one O 5 9. A federal jury rejects the claims of two former U of I students that they were harmed by sexual misconduct by one of their teachers. The urbana jury found in favor of former University of Illinois professor Gary Shue, who was accused of sexual exploitation. The news gazette reports in Thursday's verdict, jurors decided the women had not proven their federal claims of gender violence, forced labor, sex trafficking, and involuntary servitude against you, who denied all of the allegations in the lawsuit. Jurors also ordered one of the women in another plaintiff who published online allegations of shoes alleged misdeeds to pay him a total of $800,000 for damages, he says he suffered. Shoe had been an associate professor on Asian cultures at U of I. During black, one O 5 9 W BBM a Chicago pastor is accused of sexually abusing a minor John Kim served at the Salvation army may fare community church. The 47 year old is charged with three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of someone under the age of 18 in a statement sent to CBS two the Salvation army says Kim is no longer employed at the church, it is aware of the misconduct allegation, which is now being investigated by local authorities. Police continue to search for a missing girl last seen on Chicago's near south side nearly a month ago. 16 year old Demaria finlay was last seen near south Indiana and east colored in street on December 16th. She's 5 foot 9, weighs 200 pounds with brown eyes, red hair, and a brown complexion, officials say demario suffers from mood disorder issues, and that anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact Chicago area detectives. A reminder when you want to listen to wbm on your phone, download the free Odyssey app and click the word follow for easy access, or when you're home, you can just ask your smart speaker to play wbm news radio. It's 8 O 8 traffic and weather together on the 8s. Here's Brian peck. And Rachel, we start on the bishop Ford still an issue the outbound is closed stony island to 111th street for a ongoing fatal crash investigation all lanes are down. So you stayed or when work wentworth to get by because you can't use the outbound bishop Ford. It is closed again from stony island to 111th street. Inbound its fine to stop a lakeshore drive northbound's fine southbound little slow at 57th street and that's because you're right lane is shut down there all the way to Hayes, otherwise you're moving quite well on dusty lakes store drive. Tri state looks good, Jane Addams all the tollways are in excellent shape this morning I 80s good eastbound and westbound, northwest Indiana no major issues there to report on. On the Eden's year 15 minutes late cook to the Kennedy junction outbound your 15 minutes, montrose to Lake cook on the Kennedy, 15 minute ride from O'Hare to the Jane Byrne interchange 9 minutes from the Eden's junction in and 15 minutes back out to O'Hare on the O'Hare one 90 extension eastbound westbound no major issues any flight plans you have this morning you can get in and out of the airport without any problems so far anyway. Eisenhower's traveling at normal speeds is Stevenson looks great. I 55 will counties in good shape and the Dan Ryan traveling well 12 minutes either direction. Next traffic coming up at 8 18 news radio one O 5 9 WBBL. The AccuWeather forecast this Sunday morning calls for intervals of clouds and sunshine. It's going to be breezy, but milder compared to yesterday,

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The Collapse of the China Model With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

The Collapse of the China Model With Jack Posobiec

"Floor is yours, what's going on in China? Look, Charlie, what we're seeing in China now are the largest widespread protests, the largest uprising since Tiananmen Square. Now it's not as large as Tiananmen Square yet, but that remains to be seen because of course authorities have begun cracking down. They're calling it the white paper revolution. And what is very insightful for us here and very interesting for us to look into is that the Biden regime and the World Economic Forum writ large has to be very careful with their response to this because these are anti COVID lockdown protests. That's what started all of this, Charlie. And this past Thursday in the city of urumqi, which is the capital of Xinjiang. Over there, of course, the same Xinjiang province that we've been talking about for a long time with the mass incarceration of Uighurs that's there. Families were burned alive. In one of those towers where they had been welded shut, they couldn't get out 15 floor and above, smoked out, burned out, smoke inhalation, people were killed, screaming, let us out, save us, open the doors, open the doors and let us get out. The firefighters and first responders couldn't even get there because of the amount of COVID barricades. So we actually have a COVID lockdown massacre, okay? COVID lockdown massacre that took place, believe it or not, on Thanksgiving Day. In China, last Thursday, people were dying. The CCP, what was their response? They should have found alternate exits. It was their fault. They should have found ways out. The women, the children, they should have found ways. It's not their fault. It's certainly not the COVID pulp. And so the problem for the regime, Charlie, is that these are the same people that went all in for going after the truckers of Canada, the farmers of the Netherlands and the Patriots of the United States were protesting these lockdown policies going all the way back to 2020 because we were demanding freedom also going against the COVID mandates and all this other insanity that's happened.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

"At the hospital being evaluated for smoke inhalation, some are still being treated at the scene of an apartment building fire in foggy bottom. Let's go to WTO peace Christy king. I try to take her out on the 6th floor but there's so much smoke that was not good for her. Or me. That's Bill Watkins caregiver for a resident here who's now safely sheltering in place where the corner of 24th and 8th streets northwest, the fire broke out about 1130, 6 people are hospitalized with smoke inhalation, two are critical for serious. Now, residents of saint Mary's court here all elderly, there have been multiple rescues. They used ground ladders, tower ladders, they walked them out, Jennifer Donnelly, D.C. fire, bringing them down and out as quickly as possible and it was steady. Now, some people are resting at an apartment building across the street, city buses are here as warming centers. There are a 140 units, all are now being checked out. The fire started on the second floor. In northwest, foggy bottom, Chrissy king WTO P news. The Pentagon continues facing challenges in responding to cyberattacks on military networks, more from federal news networks Justin Doubleday. The Defense Department experienced more than 12,000 cyber incidents between 2015 and 2021. The government accountability office reports that the bulk of those incidents occurred in 2015 in 2016 and have steadily declined due to improving cyber defenses. But GAO says weaknesses still exist in DoD system for reporting cyber incidents. Namely, incident reports often lack critical information, like the date of discovery or the method of infiltration. DoD officials concurred with GAO's recommendations to fix those gaps. Justin Doubleday, federal news network

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The four year old was identified as Axl Cruz, the three remaining brothers aged 5 7 and 11 suffered from smoke inhalation. Two other adults were injured, no word yet on the cause of the fire. A teenager's dead after a police say two gunmen opened fire in a CTA bus on the west side yesterday afternoon, police say two men boarded the bus with an assault rifle and a handgun in the 300 block of south pulaski. They walked toward the back and fired shots at a 17 year old male victim. The shooters then left the bus and ran eastbound, the area resident says there seems to be no end to the gun violence. What can you do? It's nothing. Nothing you can do to fix the problem. A 24 year old man was also graced by a bullet, but refused medical attention, no one is in custody. R&B singer R. Kelly is scheduled to be sentenced this week in New York. The Chicago native was convicted last September in a racketeering case, jurors found a use his money and power to lower control and abuse under age victims, prosecutors want him to spend more than 25 years in prison his attorneys pushing for ten sentencing is set for Wednesday. Going into Tuesday's primary polls show Darren Bailey with a solid lead in the race to become the Republican candidate for governor, but some political analysts say a large number of undecided voters could make it anyone's game. Bailey won president Trump's backing during a weekend rally near Quincy, but Republican insiders say don't count out aurora mayor Richard Irvin, the early FrontRunner. They say central Illinois venture capitalist Jesse Sullivan could be the dark horse in the race, Republican political strategist, Stephanie hit. I believe there is a lot of legal room left, even with two, three days left. Because I still hear I hear Bailey's name, but I still Irvin, I still hear Sullivan. I hear those names frequently, almost as frequently, Bailey, on the ground. Tuesday will be the latest Illinois had a primary since The Great Depression. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision overturning roe V wade attention now turns to abortion pills in South Dakota, where abortion is now banned Republican governor Kristi Noem introduced a bill to stop women from accessing abortion pills online. It would ban telemedicine appointments with abortion care providers who prescribed them. But the FDA approved the pills, which opened South Dakota to a legal battle with the federal government, South Dakota's governor nome. And many of those decisions are made at the state level. They absolutely are. That's what states do. Friday attorney general Merrick Garland said the Department of Justice will protect women's abortion rights and their ability to access the pills. Green Day frontman Billy Joel Armstrong says he's ready to renounce his U.S. citizenship

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Exposing the Charlatans of Black Lives Matter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Exposing the Charlatans of Black Lives Matter

"Well, Mike, I want to start out by just talking about Black Lives Matter. You know, we've heard of the controversy of Patrice colors and a spending of Black Lives Matter and that to me is the smoke. I mean, that is the fire, the blaze and the fire, but the smoke, which is what kills most people in these fire situations according to my father who was a firefighter. The smoke inhalation is what kills people. So I want you to dive into for the audience the smoke inhalation effect of the residual effect of what Black Lives Matter has done, not just necessarily the financial issues. Yeah, I'm very happy you put it that way because what I always say is that look, apparently there's grift involved, they have bought these mansions and Toronto and Southern California, in other places. But to me there will always be grifters. This is actually a feature not a bug of communism, brezhnev and andropov all had their hunting villas called dashas in the Russian countryside, Fidel Castro died a billionaire. To me, much more important than this is the ideology of the black lives matters organizations and allow me here a Brandon to make a difference. I don't talk about the concept, I embrace the concept. Black Lives Matter to me, it's important to assert that Black Lives Matter. I believe that. Disagree with me. But I believe that it's important to assert it because of history that we don't even need to explain. The organizations and their founders, though, is what matters to me because the Black Lives Matter global network foundation were founded by committed, I would say fanatical marxists whose project is central planning who really just use social justice as a fig leaf and who are having a huge impact on our lives today.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

"Know maybe we got no chance we know It's hard to imagine pulling somebody with a perfect game going brewers take two or three from the Orioles scored two of the 9th to win it four two John means left the game with tightness in his forearm NBA play and tournament hawk speed Charlotte will now face Cleveland George Wallace wilby sports Ari thinks George as always one 46 Audio Thursday morning Among the top stories this morning Amaro were following for you at WTO the debate over redistricting locally in Maryland finally over this morning the state's highest court has decided against changing the legislative map part of appeal says it is supporting a special magistrate's report delete the map alone despite court challenges over whether or not it is in fact constitutional The primary is still being held this summer July 19th We're learning now that Brooklyn subway shooting suspect tipped off police to his own whereabouts this week Frank James barely called crime stoppers himself to say he was inside a Manhattan McDonald's Officer spotted him on a corner nearby James was arrested a day after the rush hour attack that left ten people with gunshot wounds and several other people hurt In other ways including smoke inhalation A president Joe Biden has officially approved another 800 million bucks in new military assistance to Ukraine to boost the country's defenses especially in the east Stay with double D TOP for more of these developing stories in just minutes where the time is one 47 That mass mandates for public transportation of the U.S. has been extended by the CDC You'll now have to mask up on trains planes buses until at least may 3rd The mandate was supposed to end April 18th The CDC tells CBS News the two week extension will give it time to assess the potential impact of a recent rise in coronavirus cases in some parts of the country CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus Federal government will reevaluate after those two weeks and to see whether they extend it or not There have been several extensions to date of that mass mandate The CDC says the BA two sub variant of the omicron variant now makes up more than 85% of U.S. cases Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington The CDC says this morning there have been increases in the 7 day moving average of the COVID cases in the U.S. since early this month That Thursday morning one 48 on WTO fee Rich honor with us in the WTO fee traffic.

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Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | 10 months ago

Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

"Let me begin by updating you on yesterday's shooting in Brooklyn, which began just as I left the air. Good job by Mike Gallagher of today, if you follow me on many of these stations and picking up the chaos and carnage in New York or Mike would know. I do not know Brooklyn well, of course, been there a few times over the years, but I don't know well. 33 shots fired inside of a subway train in Brooklyn. Ten wounded, 13 others treated for smoking inhalation, and Frank James, the person of interest, not called a suspect, but boy it sounds like a suspect to me. Had a 9 millimeter handgun at least one, which apparently jammed. And consumer grade fireworks. I don't know what consumer grade fireworks are. And I hatch it. Gasoline did something planned in a deeply deranged mind, obviously. He's from Milwaukee, 5 foot 5 black man dressed in green construction vest and a gray hooded sweater. So just about everything you heard yesterday was wrong at the beginning. Orange construction vest, big black man. He's a little black guy. And they can't find him. He rented a U haul truck. He's gone. He's posted rants about Eric Adams, New York's new mayor on YouTube.

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Chief James Essig Gives Preliminary Details of NYC Subway Shooting

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 10 months ago

Chief James Essig Gives Preliminary Details of NYC Subway Shooting

"Today at 8 24 a.m. aboard a Manhattan bound entry ten people were shot 7 males three females and they were removed to area hospitals An additional 13 people suffered injuries related to smoke inhalation falling down or a panic attack The information I'm about to give you is preliminary and its subject to change right now As that end train was between stations 59th street and the 36th street stations seated in the second car and the rear corner was a dark skinned male Various descriptions of his height are given He is heavyset wearing an orange green nylon type construction vest He also had on a gray hoodie a surgical mask and a neon green construction helmet As the train approached to 36th street station witnesses state the male opened up two smoke grenades tossed them on the subway floor brandishes a Glock 9 millimeter handgun He then fired that weapon at least 33 times striking ten people The male then fled the scene and detectives are actively trying to determine his whereabouts Recovered at that scene was a Glock 17 9 millimeter handgun Three extended Glock type magazines One was still in the weapon one under a seat and one in a backpack We had 33 discharged shell casings

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WTOP

"To the hospital and it shut down parts of river road for hours The fire started at around 9 30 in an apartment on the 12th floor of this 15 floor apartment complex There was a significant fire there Pairing her with Montgomery county fire and rescue says the fire was put out within minutes fire crews found one person inside the apartment suffering from smoke inhalation Baltimore shock trauma They have a hyperbaric chamber which is best treatment for smoke inhalation He's expected to be okay Dozens of firefighters were called to the building to help with evacuating other residents as a dope with smokey conditions Many seniors live here at the kenwood apartments and needed that extra assistance Pairing says the building doesn't have an automatic alarm firefighters had to pull the manual alarm when they got here to alert residents there was a fire WTP news We have more information tonight on a story we've been following for you and autopsy released today by the D.C. office of the chief medical examiner shows gunshot wounds where the cause of death of a woman found unresponsive on D.C. two 95 D.C. police initially found 32 year old passion pleasant unconscious and suffering from stab wounds yesterday She was taken to the medical examiner's office 30 year old Gregory Johnson of southeast was charged with second degree murder well armed in this case Police say the attack was domestic in nature Conservatives are rallying around a D.C. business owner for defying vaccine mandates The big board had its liquor license suspended after repeatedly being cited for not checking customers vaccine status and for allowing employees to go unmasked in a YouTube video by the daily signal a conservative website owner Eric flanery was joined by Republican supporters in Congress last week including Rand Paul Thomas Massey and Ronnie Jackson he vowed to fight mayor muriel Bowser's mandate and the bar's closure People ask me what I'm going to do Well first I'm going to appeal to the humanity of the people on that board Because we're doing absolutely nothing wrong here We are not What Flannery is talking about is the last chance to appeal its liquor license suspension before D.C.'s alcoholic beverage regulation administration on Thursday Big board previously accepted nearly $390,000 in federal pandemic relief money a GoFundMe page has raised nearly $35,000 for the bar since its closure Coming up after traffic and weather the last tuskegee airmen remembered at a private service today 9 O 7 If you don't know PPC if you don't know SEO if you don't know OTT if you don't know targeted display social media management website.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be among 19 people dead in a Bronx apartment building fire the 5 alarm blaze started in a 19 story high rise in the Tremont area of The Bronx just before 11 this morning More than 60 people were injured including more than 30 people sent to the hospital Most of the injuries appear to be from smoke inhalation mayor Erik Adams called it one of the worst fires witnessed in modern times in the city of New York Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is hopeful schools were open tomorrow appearing on NBC's meet the press lightfoot expressed confidence that her administration would be able to reach a deal with the teachers union thanks to the unprecedented support of parents Parents are outraged and they are making their outrage known to the teachers union Secretary of State Antony Blinken is lowering expectations for this week's high stakes talks with Russia appearing on ABC's this week blinken said the situation with Russia is unlikely to change in the immediate future as they hold what he called a gun to the head of Ukraine That's the latest I'm dean kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room fire officials say 19 people were killed including 9 children in that 5 alarm fire at a Bronx apartment building this morning More than 60 people were hurt in the blaze at three 33 east 181st street According to officials 200 firefighters responded after the fire started about 11 a.m. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more Susanna most of the fatalities are said to be from smoke inhalation in this rapidly moving fire that started on a lower floor I can tell you from personal experience lower floor fires while these can be some of the worst because they simultaneously block building exits and send smoke upward just incredibly efficiently And if you can imagine that's usually just a couple of minutes to get out at the smoke makes a pitch black making it impossible to see now fire crews are saying they did find people in cardiac and respiratory distress on almost every floor of this 19 story building and just like that fatal fire in the Macaulay Culkin building on east 60th in 1998 the door of the apartment where this fire started on a 181st street in The Bronx was left open allowing smoke to fill the building in a matter of minutes And mayor Adams has already calling this one of the worst fires in New York in modern times Susanna Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reporting Mayor Eric Adams allowed legislation approved by the city council a month ago to automatically become law today It means more than 800,000 non citizens and so called dreamers in New York City can vote in municipal elections They don't have access to vote in federal or state elections that pick the governor judges legislators or the president The board of elections now has to figure out how voter registration rules will work and provisions to make separate ballots for a local races opponents have vowed to challenge the new law Repeating our top story at least 19 people are said to have died in a massive fire this morning in The Bronx Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with SEC commissioner Greg sankey And let's talk about the elephant in the room quite frankly COVID and I thought we had a great chance to get by it this season And unfortunately it has reared its ugly head And a number of bowl games this season have been canceled or at least delayed because of what has happened with this virus How is the SEC going to prepare to deal with the COVID not only for Monday's big game but in the future The question that just won't go away in my life So every time we think we're out we get dragged right back in How much of your day spent thinking about this and talking about this Sorry to interrupt Yeah no it's daily That's a really important question So let's go back two years which is hard to believe Two years at this time we had heard of this coronavirus and I'm not even sure if it had the COVID-19 label When we started as a conference in really late January when there were media reports of positive COVID cases on two of our campuses both by the way proved to be erroneous but it triggered for us in the SEC office The need to be thinking communicating and strategizing about how we're going to move forward with healthy competition Knowing very little about COVID-19 And so I had two staff members who were the conduits for communication kind of locked down if you will That communication strategy we started talking with public health officials We actually conducted championships in an enormously healthy way until we had to stop in March of 2020 and our men's basketball tournament stopped everything And immediately after that we took about three weeks we appointed a medical advisory task force around representative from all 14 of our campuses and it's a variety of expertise infectious disease specialists athletics trainers orthopedists internal medicine and their collaboration is guided us forward And it's been incredibly important and the key is I think they thought they were signing up for like 60 or 90 days of voluntary participation in the southeastern conference That's sounds important in rewarding and great and it is And we're still working with them And we adjusted protocols right before the CDC 5 day adjustment was made and then we've adjusted again that group needs every week We've had basketball games postponed or not played and some question about whether those who will be able to be rescheduled we lost one of our 13 bold games because of an increase in positive COVID cases On the other hand we've had great success playing relative to the challenge that we face I know the two programs looking to the national championship game But over two years time manage very well and very effectively at keeping the players healthy and avoiding kind of mass outbreaks It would create the need to stop In August of 2021 you.

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GM: Software, New Battery Parts Will Solve Bolt Fire Issues

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

GM: Software, New Battery Parts Will Solve Bolt Fire Issues

"General Motors says engineers have found a fix to a battery problem with Chevy bolt electric cars GM recalled nearly seventy thousand Chevy bolt hatchbacks around the world after reports of fires two people suffered smoke inhalation and the house was set ablaze in separate incidents involving five cars after being stopped at first engineers tracked the problem to a manufacturing defect in battery modules major the Caribbean planned for may twenty sixteen through may twenty nineteen the defect can cause a short and a cell which can trigger a fire for now owner should limit charges to ninety percent of capacity as dealers install diagnostic software that will warn the owners of any problems once the final recall repairs are made owners can fully recharge their batteries I'm Tim McGuire

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75-Year-Old Man Dead, Woman Injured In Chicago Apartment Fire

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

75-Year-Old Man Dead, Woman Injured In Chicago Apartment Fire

"A woman hospitalized after an apartment fire and the Brainard neighborhood late Friday night. WGN's Judy Wang with more Yes identified by the Cook County Medical examiner's office as 75 year old John Macon, a woman is hospitalized in serious condition at Christ Medical Center. The damage here is extensive. The fire broke out and about 11 last night. The apartment building is located at 94th and Southall step what firefighters arrived. They saw the flames shooting through the roof. Two police officers went into the building and pulled the woman out. It is unknown what type of injuries she suffered in this fire. Chicago police say those two officers drove themselves a little company of Mary Hospital after the rescue. They're being treated for smoke inhalation. Firefighters say the building didn't appear to have working smoke detectors. Ah 48 year old man

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Elderly man dies after fire erupts inside home in Miami

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Elderly man dies after fire erupts inside home in Miami

"An elderly man is dead after being pulled from a Miami area house fire this morning, he was rushed to Ryder Trauma Center in critical condition. Unfortunately, did not make it, according to City Miami Fire rescue. The fire was reported shortly after two o'clock this morning at a home off 23rd and Southwest Fourth Street, A city of Miami firefighter was also treated at the scene for smoke inhalation and taken to the hospital in stable

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8-year-old girl jumps out of window to escape Chicago apartment fire, 2 younger brothers rescued

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

8-year-old girl jumps out of window to escape Chicago apartment fire, 2 younger brothers rescued

"Good news positive stories. We do every day on the show and rufi. You got one today right. Yeah an eight year old girl. Chicago girl thought fast to come up with a solid plan when a fire broke out in here third floor apartment fire officials report that the girl through a mattress out the window so she and her little brothers could jump to safety She made the jump and was convincing her five and two year old brothers to follow her down. When firefighters arrived they use a ladder to get the voice down and the tree of siblings wasn't hurt but was later treated at the hospital for smoke inhalation. Their mother was at work in a neighbor was supposed to be babysitting them when the the blaze began just before midnight. But that's so amazing that this little girl eight years old Thought you got to save me and my brothers outta here and through their mattress out the window to jump down to safety.

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Family of 7 rescued from southeast Houston house fire

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Family of 7 rescued from southeast Houston house fire

"This morning, a house in southeast Houston with seven family members inside, Caught on fire. Their neighbors neighbors broke broke out out windows windows in in the the home home and and pulled pulled all all of of them them out out to to safety. safety. He He Houston Houston Fire Fire department department says says the the house house was was totally totally consumed consumed by by the the flames. flames. A A few few of of the the hero, hero, neighbors experienced smoke inhalation and are expected to fully recover.

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Atlanta firefighters, deputy rescue man after mattress fire in northeast Forsyth County

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta firefighters, deputy rescue man after mattress fire in northeast Forsyth County

"To be okay after he suffered smoke inhalation injuries at his home in northeastern for Psych County earlier this week. Man actually was in his recliner in another room when his bed caught fire, according to for Sight, County Fire Division chief Jason Shivers, He says the man was struggling to get out the door. But he was able to call 911 calls location. The fire station. The engine company was in quarters. They were able to get there very quickly and to the credit of the sheriff's deputy that was there to help us. He ended up a big helping hand also never says the home on Horseshoe Bend off Brown's bridge Road suffered moderate damage. By the way, if you're traveling, and Raben and

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Hilton Garden Inn in Central Texas Goes up in Flames as Sprinkler System Fails Due to Frozen Pipes

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Hilton Garden Inn in Central Texas Goes up in Flames as Sprinkler System Fails Due to Frozen Pipes

"Guests in central Texas were taken to Skyline Baptist Church after a large fire damaged the four story hotel. One person was treated at the scene for minor injuries to others had taken themselves to the hospital for smoke inhalation. Killeen Fire Department says the hotel was at full occupancy of all 102 rooms at the time of the fire. Fire officials have not reported the cause. But efforts to fight it off. We're hindered because of an automatic sprinkler system, which was out of service student frozen pipes. Blackouts, which left much of Texas without power or electricity have spawned a first lawsuit that alleges the Electric Reliability Council of Texas manager of the state's main electric grid, ignored repeated warnings of weaknesses in the state's electric power infrastructure. A Dallas law firms statement accuses her cot and American electric power utility of causing property damage and business interruptions during the cold wave. The Biden

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1 in critical condition, several others displaced in apartment fire on Chicago's south side

WGN Programming

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

1 in critical condition, several others displaced in apartment fire on Chicago's south side

"In critical condition. Six other people are displaced after an apartment fire early this morning in the Oakland neighborhood. Police say First responders arrived at the scene of the fire and the 3800 block of South Ellis just after 2 35 this morning. They found a 30 year old man suffering smoke inhalation and burns to the face. Hey, he's hospitalized currently in critical condition. The Chicago Fire Department is investigating the cause of the fire. No other injuries reported.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It should be case dismissed When Lisa Brady Fox News That's what attorneys for former President Trump are saying about the article of impeachment against him. Fox is Jared Halpern has more live. The day before the historic second impeachment trial for Donald Trump. Attorneys for the former president said the case is political theater. A brief from Trump's legal team spells out arguments they're likely to make, including that the trial is unconstitutional since the former president is now a private citizen. The attorneys also say raising concerns about the election outcome fall within the First Amendment and on multiple occasions. Trump encouraged peaceful protests and did not incite a mob that breached the capital. Is Congress certified. The Electoral College in emerging agreement on the trial schedule would allow hours of debate and then a vote by senators on the constitutionality of the proceedings. Lisa Thanks, Jared. We're just getting word. The Texas Republican congressman Ron White has died. He was 67 had battled both lung cancer and Cove. It no official word yet on the cause of death, the White House task force just holding it's latest Cove. It briefing boxes Tanya J powers with this life. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says. While there's been a decrease in US covert cases, hospitalizations air still in level much higher than what the country so in the summer and fall, she says, the new variants of the virus or a threat of great concern and could undo the downward trend in cases February 7th 699 variant cases have been confirmed across 34 states. Almost all of those are the more contagious UK variant, she says. There they've been ramping up genomic sequencing, which gives Them a clearer picture of what types of variants are spreading and that reducing community spread by mask wearing and distancing is key to fighting those Lisa. Thanks, Tanya. I mean time the World Health organization emphasizing the need for vaccine makers to adapt to the new variants. America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored. By Russell Stover. Candies STAYING Connected Continues with 1061 FM TALK The number of Copan 19 deaths is approaching 10,000 now in the state. That's not the whole story, though other key metrics air down and continuing in decline that began a month ago hospitalizations or one of the biggest indicators. There are 40% from where they were just a month ago, perhaps surprising to know one cases of the regular flu or down dramatically in North Carolina. It's been wiped out on Lee. Four flu related deaths have been reported across the state this entire flu season. That's compared to 186 last year. Doctors cite coronavirus prevention efforts like social distance, seen better hygiene and wearing face masks. Schools, meanwhile, continue to grapple with in person versus remote learning. Richard Stelling reports, The Henderson County School board is expected to learn how face to face instruction is going in the system today. The central office is expected to address the board this afternoon at three grades through third returned to full in person instruction last week, while remaining grades resumed on a hybrid model. All classroom instruction had been temporarily virtual since before Christmas. I am Richard selling one person was hospitalized. Treated for smoke inhalation following a fire overnight it to Fayetteville Hotel, a room on the first floor of the Clarion Hotel on Cedar Creek Road caught fire just before 1 A.m.. Dozens of firefighters had it under control. Heavy smoke meant more than 60. People were unable to get back into their rooms. American Red Cross is assisting with those affected if you see something, say something, that's the message from Burlington police after a suspicious device was found on a bridge along NYR Valley Drive. The Greensboro bomb squad was called in to help they determine the device was just a rechargeable battery pack Police, though, reminding folks to always be aware of their surroundings. With continuing news updates. I'm Kyle Wilson..

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

"Up the 75 MPH on city streets during the morning commute. Ending with a huge crash several miles away at the corner of Broad Street in Alaskan way. Ortega was immediately arrested. Salmon son says his dad was not hurt during this Carjacking but was a bit rattled. He's doing good recover, and he shook it off and kind of said he's glad it happened to him. Instead of one of the other employees. Ortega waived his right to appear in court for his bail hearing. He's facing multiple charges, including motor vehicle theft and evading police and will remain behind bars until he faces a judge again. That's Cuomo's Jonathan Chou. Reporting and bail is set at $2 million for Mohammed Abdi. He's charged with first degree murder and first degree arson. Abdi waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Prosecutors say he set fire to his own house and south Seattle late last month while his family was sleeping inside. His 15 year old son was rescued from the fire, but later died from smoke inhalation. After you said to appear in court later this month, where he's expected to enter a plea. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Homo traffic from the Jew been law Group Traffic Center. The West Seattle Bridge is closed indefinitely due to the findings of the inspection of the high rise structure. Last year. The lower level spoke hand street bridge will be open to all vehicles between 9 P.m. and 5 A.m.. After five and will be once again restricted only to emergency vehicles, Busses and freight with new enforcement Upon those restrictions. I'm Kevin Smith. Come on. 24 7 Traffic Comeau forecast from the diversified cross space Weather Center. Help. Your weekend is going well. We're dealing with gusty weather around western Washington, a wind advisory hoisted for Puget Sound Northwest interior as well as the San Juans. Just due to the continued possibility for gusts.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning when he had out with Tacoma, P. D says they got a call just after two about a shooting at 36th and East McKinley Avenue when officers arrived. They found Three victims. One was unresponsive. They immediately started life saving measures to coma fire. Medics did declare that subject deceased on scene. Two other victims were located female with a non life threatening injury that was transported to a local hospital. And the male with a serious injuries. It was transported to a local hospital. Ah, fourth victim was dropped off at a local hospital in a private vehicle. Apparently the shooting occurred at an after hours club in the building that police had responded to before. Authorities have announced. The sixth Seattle police officer is now under investigation after reporting they were in Washington D. C during the violent U. S. Capitol insurrection. The Seattle Police Department says the officer self reported being there Least did not say when the officer made the report. The Office of Police Accountability began investigating to Seattle officers after photos on social media showed them in D. C on January. 6th officers were told at that time to report to the supervisors if they had also been there. The watchdog group is investigating to determine whether the officers engaged in any illegal activities or violated any department policies. An update on the man who stole a car at gunpoint from a gas station in Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood before taking beliefs on a high speed chase through downtown Seattle. 47 year old Leonardo Ortega now faces charges in comas, Jonathan Show talk to the son of Philip Sam, the man Ortega carjacked, Authorities say Ortega proceeded to take officers on a car chase with speeds reaching up the 75 MPH on city streets during the morning commute, ending with a huge crash several miles away at the corner of Broad Street. Gonna last it away or take. It was immediately arrested. Salmon son says his dad was not hurt during this Carjacking but was a bit rattled. He's doing good recovering. He shook it off and kind of said he's glad it happened to him. Instead of one of the other employees. Ortega waived his right to appear in court for his bail hearing. He's facing multiple charges, including motor vehicle theft and evading police and will remain behind bars until he faces a judge again. That's Cuomo's Jonathan Chou. Reporting and bail is set at $2 million for Mohammed Abdi. He's charged with first degree murder and first degree arson. Abdi waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Prosecutors say he set fire to his own house and south Seattle late last month while his family was sleeping inside. His 15 year old son was rescued from the fire, but later died from smoke inhalation. After you said to appear in court later this month, where he's expected to enter a plea. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Clear the collusion on south bound five near the Nisqually River Bridge and the slowdown that was behind that is starting to clear out as well. Meanwhile, report of a collision in Seattle at Northeast one 25th Street and 35th Avenue Northeast also reported a collision on 15th Avenue and East Union Street. And we have traction tires advised on Snoqualmie Stevenson White passes and lastly, westbound 5 20 closed across Lake Washington for road Ward. I make school traffic is at 6 44. The Comeau forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Help. Your weekend is going well. We're dealing with gusty weather around western Washington, a wind advisory hoisted for Puget Sound Northwest interior as well as the San Juans. This is due to the continued possibility for Gus up.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KOMO

"On city streets during the morning commute, ending with a huge crash several miles away at the corner of Broad Street. Alaskan way or take. It was immediately arrested. Salmon son says his dad was not hurt during this Carjacking but was a bit rattled. He's doing good recover, and he shook it off and kind of said he's glad it happened to him. Instead of only one of the other employees. Ortega waived his right to appear in court for his bail hearing. He's facing multiple charges, including motor vehicle theft and evading police and will remain behind bars until he faces a judge again. That's Cuomo's Jonathan Chou. Reporting and bail is set at $2 million for Mohammed Abdi. He's charged with first degree murder and first degree arson. Abdi waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Prosecutors say he set fire to his own house and south Seattle late last month while his family was sleeping inside. His 15 year old son was rescued from the fire, but later died from smoke inhalation. After you said to appear in court later this month, where he's expected to enter a plea. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. South bound I five year than a swell the river bridge. There's a collision blocking the Wrights lane traffic backing up good deal right behind that towards the north End of this quality river bridge from there. Meanwhile, East Excuse me westbound 5 20 closed across Lake Washington from 92nd over to about Montlake or so or has seen a little bit of hesitation still on West meant I 90 just before the eye five exits. And a little bit of hesitation on eastbound an idea. Mercer Island Our next couple traffic is at 5 44 Comeau forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Help. Your weekend is going well. We're dealing with gusty weather around western Washington,.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Covert patients in hospitals. Carl Steven stop DBT Boston's news radio at 5 46. It is a numbers game on Capitol Hill House and Senate Democrats, saying they plan on moving forward with covert relief bill with or without Republican support. The White House defends the Democrats use of a parliamentary process that could see the package passing. On a party line vote there many opportunities for Republicans to offer amendments. Press Secretary Jen Psaki calls $1400 relief checks a top priority for President Biden, pointing to the kind of family that would receive 11 is working as a nurse. The other is a teacher making $120,000 a year should get a check proposal, floated by moderate Senate Republicans who met with the president this week would phase out checks for couples without Children. Making over $80,000 a year. Stephen Portnoy CBS News at 5 47. A recently discovered Corona virus variant in Great Britain is reportedly mutating further. Leading to fears it could become resistant to the batch of current vaccines in an effort to slow the spread house by House covert testing is now underway in parts of England, where the variant from South Africa was first identified Some health experts saying that the coming weeks of the pandemic Could be the worst yet well at 5 48 some college students in Worcester, our insta grabbing some course credits thanks to a subject they are all too familiar with. You may call instagram a waste of time. But some students at Clark University call it homework. They get to study something that they're really deeply interested in at the same time. You know, they get what's good for them, which is really rigorous, high level thought human and teaches a course called mean culture and comedy theory. You know what means are right images and or sounds that Repeated and varied through a syriza of culturally fascinating generations to oversimplify that funny pictures on the Internet like the Bernie Sanders than his mittens thing from a couple of weeks ago, he says, means have become so relevant to the way we express and share ideas that it's worthy of a semester long course It would have been really easy to dismiss mean culture as something that was just frivolous and not worth paying any attention to a boy. That was wrong. Match your WBZ Boston's news radio Homework assignment tonight Class. Go on Instagram. That is something else right there. At 5 49 controversy over a thin blue line flag in ton we get more from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe. It'll be a shared decision making process. Taunton School Superintendent John Cabral says high school students in school resource officers will be working together to decide what to do about the thin blue line flag mural on the wall outside of the SA Rose office 100 students signed a petition calling for its removal. Superintendent Cabral says student Voice their concerns during a recent meeting on the issue, there were different viewpoints very consistent with what you're seeing, being played out in society. Everyone was very mindful and very respectful, that everyone's a few points who is a very, very well thought out, Organized and productive meeting Kim Tom a. Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio, 5 49 on Capitol Hill, the House approving a new measure that will find lawmakers up to $10,000 for Refusing the past through the chambers metal detectors. The strategy is unfolding as Democrats say former President Trump is singularly responsible for the U. S. Capitol building attacks a few weeks back all the former president's legal team, saying the impeachment is unconstitutional, and he's protected by the First Amendment and pardoned by former president Trump former chief strategist Steve Bannon. May still be facing state charges of defrauding voters in New York. It's now 5 50, a daring rescue by police officers on Cape Cod as an unconscious woman was pulled from a burning home. The quick action of four Barnstable police officers Speirs a woman's life officers, Marcus Cunningham and Nelson surveyed were the first to respond to the fire, which broke out at a home in Centerville just after three o'clock Tuesday morning. Despite intense flames and heavy black smoke, the officers made their way inside through an attack sunroom inside, they found an unconscious 69 year old woman laying on the kitchen floor and carried her outside. They placed her down near the driveway is officers Michael Lima and Gustavo, A lawyer arrived and began to revive her. The heat and smoke were so intense, they were forced to pick up everything and move across the street. Unidentified woman was eventually resuscitated and is now being treated at a Boston area hospital for smoke inhalation before responding. Officers were also treated for smoke inhalation and released from Cape Cod Hospital. Later Tuesday morning. Tim done WBZ, Boston's news radio and the New Jersey Man recovering after receiving a rare face and hands transplant Joe DeMeo undergoing the procedure two years After he was badly burned in a car accident. Doctors say the procedure appears to be a success. Since the surgery, DeMeo is relearning how to smile, Blink pension squeeze with his new face and hands. It is 5 51 few snow flurries out there. Outside of that. It's going to be an interesting forecast heading into the weekend, and we do have cold on the way, but it's a few days from now we'll check the roads as well. Traffic and weather together. Next. It's 5 51.

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Officers Rush Into Burning Centerville Home in Boston To Rescue Unconscious Woman

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Officers Rush Into Burning Centerville Home in Boston To Rescue Unconscious Woman

"There's no being praised after they pulled a woman out of her burning home. The quick action of four Barnstable police officers Speirs, a woman's life officers, Marcus Cunningham and Nelson Sue. They were the first to respond to the fire, which broke out at a home in Centerville. Just after three o'clock Tuesday morning. Despite intense flames and heavy black smoke, the officers made their way inside through an attack sunroom inside, they found an unconscious 69 year old woman laying on the kitchen floor and carried her outside. They placed her down near the driveway is officers Michael Lima and Gustavo, A lawyer arrived and began to revive her. The heat and smoke were so intense, they were forced to pick up everything and move across the street. The unidentified woman was eventually resuscitated and is now being treated at a Boston area hospital for smoke inhalation before responding. Officers were also treated for smoke inhalation and released from Cape Cod Hospital later Tuesday morning. Him done.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is now under investigation by the FBI's inspection division, the FBI said. For now, we will not be releasing the names of the agents who died. That is going to be a blow to the federal agency to the wounded. FBI agents were taken to the hospital in stable, stable condition and police in Oklahoma have a suspect in custody After a grisly crime. Six people shot to death inside of a home ABC is Jim Ryan, with more police sent to a house in Moscow. G about 45, Miles south east of Tulsa, found a man holding a gun when he refused to drop at an officer fired one shot, but the suspect ran from the scene. Bodies of four Children and a man were then found 1/5 child died on the way to the hospital. Ah, woman also was suffering serious injuries. The man who ran was later caught. He's now being questioned. Jim, really in ABC News Tough morning to fight a fire. That was the case on Cape Cod of Fire, breaking out at a single family home in Barnstable. One person in the hospital. This happened around three o'clock in Centerville Village Fire reported by a newspaper delivery person. The only person inside the home was taken to the hospital in Boston. After four Barnstable police officers rescue them. The four officers are being looked at for smoke inhalation, the cause of the fire being investigated. Abided administration indicates that the U. S. Would rejoin the Iranian nuclear deal if Tehran returns to compliance with the deal's original guidelines. Israel's Energy Minister, Yuval Steinitz says it would take Iran six months to produce enough fissile material for a nuclear bomb. That timeline considerably longer than US Secretary of State Antony Blinken INS He estimated Iran would need just 3 to 4 months now and in a worst case scenario, quote a matter of weeks, Steiner Also estimates it would take Iran another 1 to 2 years to develop a nuclear weapon and delivery system. Georgiana Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, Britain's beloved captain Tom has died. The 100 year Old World War two veteran raised millions of dollars for Britain's health service. He was being treated for pneumonia and had tested positive for covert 19. Buckingham Palace is the queen is sending a private message to the family of captain Sir Tom or the World War two veteran and inspiration. Fundraiser she knighted last summer. A nation is grieving. This quiet, understated gentlemen who set out to raise $1300 for the health service this past spring, ended up raising tens of millions and won a special place in people's hearts. Here. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London B.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I mean, Russian courts are not known for letting people off on any charges. In fact, I was just speaking to one pension here, elliptical Marina who managed somehow to get through the police cordon, and she's got a poster of Alexander Valley pinned to her jumper inside her coat, and I ask that is he going to be sent to prison? She said. Definitely. There's no way He's getting off. So I think, you know, generally speaking his supporters a pretty pessimistic The former CIA officer has told the BBC he believes he was targeted by a secret microwave weapon in Russia. Lot of polymer Rob Loose, says his life changed in a Moscow hotel room three years ago. I woke up toe extraordinary vertigo, something that I'd never experienced in my entire life. My ears were ringing in my head was spinning. I felt like I was gonna vomit. I couldn't stand up. I was falling over. It was terrifying to put it in context. You know, I had spent. Years in Iraq and Syria and Afghanistan. I have been shot at with also study this was the most terrifying experience of my life. U. S. And Canadian diplomats in Cuba experienced similar symptoms. Four years ago, an independent study concluded that a directed radio frequency or microwave was the most likely cause. Russian Foreign Ministry has dismissed what it called provocative speculation. A major in China say police have arrested more than 80 people who were making fake Corona virus vaccines about 3000 counterfeit doses for seized in raids in Beijing on across eastern China. World News from the BBC. Two people have been killed in the Afghan capital, Kabul, in one of three bomb blasts targeting vehicles leader of an Islamic political organization is one of the dead. The Taliban has denied involvement. In his latest reporter leading US watchdog said the number of attacks in Campbell is much higher than in the same period last year. It accused the Taliban of carrying out a campaign of bombings. Bush fire burning out of control in western Australia has destroyed more than 50 homes northeast of Perth. Emergency officials say they expect the number to increase his ass. Australia correspondent China Helio Heavy smoke has been reported in the northern suburbs of Perth. Aerial footage has shown several properties destroyed, with some still smoldering. The Bush fire was reported at mid day on Monday, but with strong winds fanning it, the blaze has moved at a significant speed overnight. One firefighter was taken to hospital for smoke inhalation. The area is currently in a five day lockdown after a Corona virus case was discovered over the weekend. President Joe Biden has said the United States will keep tariffs in place on the element in imports from the United Arab Emirates, reversing a last minute moved by Donald Trump. Joe Biden said the 10% tariff will remain because you a imports would otherwise displace US domestic production. The suspension of the tariff was one of Donald Trump's final presidential actions. Leader, the Republican Party in the U. S. Senate, Mitch McConnell has strongly criticized the newly elected Congress woman from his own party for embracing what he called loony lies and conspiracy theories. To. McConnell did not mention in Congress Woman, Marjorie Taylor Greene by name, but he referred to several of the outlandish conspiracy theories she supports. She's in the past, said that school shootings were hoaxes. And there's no passenger plane hit the Pentagon in the 9 11 attacks. BBC news People,.

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2 Harris County deputies, Houston firefighter injured in North Harris County apartment fire

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

2 Harris County deputies, Houston firefighter injured in North Harris County apartment fire

"Several residents have been hurt to Harris County deputies briefly hospitalized Sunday morning, suffering from smoke inhalation. After they went into a burning apartment building to rescue tenants and northwest Harris County on in 1960 West and began as a car fire. The champion apartments spread to nearby building this resident telling our TV partner Channel two Was heavy smoke everywhere right now we are really is balking in the building. No, we couldn't see the friends on Lee, this world that was coming out from the window next to my apartment. Houston firefighter also required medical attention for an injury to his knee. The fire was put out 20 units in several vehicles were destroyed.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on KTRH

"Seeing about a four minute travel time on one sleeps. 6 10 north out between sample eBay and highway to 90. I'm generals like a carriage Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour Traffic Center. If you'd be out early on this Sunday, may encounter some day. This fog otherwise cloudy today with periods of showers Maybe you to rumble thunders. The high warms up to 75 more rain tonight. The low 68. The showers and storms will move out early on Monday than some breaks in the clouds during the afternoon. Temperatures stay mild with a high of 75. Partly cloudy on Tuesday with a high headed into the low seventies. I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the Weather Channel. There's a dense fog advisory in effect 61 at the John more Katie or H 24 hour Weather Center 7 31. Our top story, An apartment fire on FM 1960 West Lens, two deputies and a firefighter in the hospital this morning with smoke inhalation and uninjured need. An Amazon driver found a five month old baby sitting in a car seat on the side of the road on Houston's north side. After somebody stole a car with the child inside and then abandoned the baby police down looking for that car thief. Hearing in Montgomery County continues tomorrow to determine the fate of a service dog that bit a three year old child in the face inside an old town Spring restaurant earlier this month, that dog could be euthanized. Rocket's gonna be off tonight and tomorrow. They beat the Mavericks last night and host the Wizards on Tuesday. News on demand a ktrh dot com We're going to another updated eight. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh. Look, I've found I finally realized what this device in the upper area of the car is used for. Can you take a look? It's It's a taco holder..

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hughes News radio 700 wlw radar is showing a cloudy sky. Our current temperature 33 degrees. News is a service of progressive insurance. A standoff with a barricaded suspect in Florence let the swamp being called a nearby residents being told to shelter in place Saturday, Boone County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call about a man who refused to leave a residence in the 200 block of Lakeview Drive. It's after 3 30 in the afternoon. It was later learned that the suspect, 38 year old Christopher Sawyer, of Florence, and held a woman at gunpoint for nearly six hours as she and her daughter were able to later escape when Sawyer got distracted. And she was able to call 911. After a seven hour standoff. Sawyer gave himself up to the SWAT team, the residents he was in caught on fire with Florence. Fire crews already stage that the same putting it out. Sawyer was being treated for smoke inhalation and will be held at the Boone County detention Center, where he now faces several charges, including unlawful imprisonment. Columbus police the Ohio State Highway Patrol in Ohio National Guard securing the Ohio State House after the FBI warned last week of armed protests. In the lead up to Inauguration Day, Kentucky State police and the Kentucky National Guard's securing that state capital. Both buildings were closed health departments in the tri state updating their cover 90 number Saturday nearly 7100 new cases with 78 new deaths in Ohio, both numbers below the three week average. Also below that average is the number of hospitalizations reported 241. Plus, I see you. Admissions are well below the same 21 Day average at 17 in Kentucky. Latest Coronavirus report shows the positivity rate has dropped below 12% for the first time in about a week. There were nearly 3100 new cases with 32 more deaths. Indiana reporting nearly 4000 new cases with 41 new deaths. I met Reese News radio 700 wlw. He was radio 700 wlw. Sport that was basketball Saturday in K. You felt UPU I 65 63, Kentucky, losing its second straight at Auburn. 66 59 number 16 Louisville Upset in Miami.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Baltimore City, Frederick County and Washington County Died in the past week, along with the Cecil County Woman. So far this winter, there have been 10 cold related deaths in Maryland, with half of them believed to be homeless. Last winner. The death toll was 50 struggling Maryland families getting some additional help to pay for their groceries given her Larry Hogan announced yesterday that snap recipients will get an additional 15% increase for the total benefits beginning this month. Accounts for an overall combined $40 million in benefits, Baltimore County public school officials say. Third party experts concluded there was no evidence of any data stolen in the November ransomware attack school system, officials say. While they have shared that information before the fact that trusted outside investigators came to the same conclusion should get everyone added comfort. Ah, firefighter and a civilian injured yesterday afternoon in a Tyler Avenue Annapolis town home fire, which spread to adjacent homes. Firefighter suffered minor burns, the civilian taken to a hospital for smoke inhalation. 10 people displaced the Frederick County Republican Central Committee disavowing a tweet sent by state delegate Dan Cox says Trump supporters began to force their way into the U. S Capitol building yesterday, GOP Chairman Steven Clark says delegate Cox was speaking for himself not as a member of the Central Committee. In the Maryland Young Republicans organization says actions taken by protesters at the U. S Capitol yesterday were important and reprehensible. The group says it believes in the First Amendment but condemns the violence, The group says attacking the Capitol police and federal property is criminal and should never be tolerated under any circumstances. Wcbm news time 11 31 will have a brief look at sports and the Weather Channel forecasters next. Have you still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head rates are at historic lows. At the same time home guys gonna roughly 50% in the last.

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"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"smoke inhalation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Especially coming from the Chicago's black and Latin next communities. More students expected students from these groups rather are expected to begin in person learning next week, 83% of pre K and special needs staff. Say they will return. Others have asked for accommodations due to medical conditions and other various reasons. Staffer kindergarten through eighth are expected to return at the end of this month. In Illinois State police trooper has been injured while helping a stranded driver on the Eisenhower Expressway. WGN's James Sears reports. The officer was assisting the driver at about one o'clock this morning on the hike near Haarlem. The two were sitting inside the squad car when they were rear ended by another vehicle. State police say the officer and both drivers were all taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. So far, charges have not been filed against the driver who hit the trooper. James Sears, WGN news teenagers been shot and killed during a fight over a stolen vehicle in far North suburban Vallo, The car's owner told police he saw 2 17 year olds driving a stolen car yesterday. He chased after them until the car ran out of fuel. They pulled into a parking lot off of route 12 where a fight broke out and someone opened fire. Both teams were shot of one of them died. The other was seriously injured. They were from Carol Stream. Parties are questioning the car's owner, but it's not clear if he will face charges. Nine people were left homeless after a fire damage to homes in angle would the fire broke out yesterday morning on South Shields near Garfield Boulevard? When firefighters got their flames already spread from one house to the home next door. Paramedics took four people to the hospital for smoke inhalation, fire crews were able to get the flames under control. Before it spread even further, But neighbors say they are. We're worried, including Carolina. The last gets it.

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Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

"Anti government protesters in Guatemala have set fire to parts of the Congress building before being dispersed by riot police. Elsewhere in the capital, Guatemala City, thousands of people took part in largely peaceful demonstrations against the new budget. Leonardo Russia, reports, some areas off the building were completely destroyed. An important documents were burned by the fire. Several people were treated for the effects of smoke inhalation. The violence marred an otherwise peaceful day of protests against the new, controversial budget, which was approved by the Guatemalan Congress on Wednesday. The opposition accuses President Alejandro Yama off allocating too much money for big infrastructure projects, which they say will be awarded well connected private companies.

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Woman In Critical Condition After Apartment Fire In Englewood, Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Woman In Critical Condition After Apartment Fire In Englewood, Chicago

"Condition after being rescued from an apartment fire in the Englewood neighborhood, the fire ripped through a second floor corner unit. At about one AM the scene 500 Block of West 72nd Street. The 32 year old woman was taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. A family of five living beneath where the fire started, has also been displaced. Resident Shad Roe, Brooke says the family was awakened by knocks at their door and an alarm going off at my kids and my grandkids up, so so that's that's about about it. it. It It is is just just a a maid maid is is isn't isn't scary scary fit. fit. Wake Wake up. up. I don't know. If you're gonna live with firefighters, they're still trying to figure out what started that fire. A woman has been stabbed

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