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"yakutat airport" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"yakutat airport" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Damage assessment, as they still clean up from when Ada came in is just gonna be incredible and the trumpets are done. No, they're not. I really thought I was seeing things yesterday, because right before we left yesterday morning, I kind of looked and I saw this area hash tag just southeast of Iota, and I was like That's got to be something that was then I looked at it again, and the hurricane center's highlighted another area within five days that could develop almost in the same area where I owed is now what a 40% chance of developing right just unfortunate percent believable. Yeah, Crazy. All right, brother. We always appreciate you will talk to you an hour. All right. All right. 6 15 Now on NewsRadio. 6 10 Wi ony little by little slowly, But surely people in the Trump administration are admitting the inevitable or at least gaining the courage to discuss it publicly that Joe Biden is president Elect. The name of the latest is national security Adviser Robert O'Brien. Speaking at the Global Security Forum. O'Brien yesterday couched his answer with a caveat. But he admitted the inevitable if the Biden Harris ticket is determined to be the winner, and and it's obviously things look that way. Now we'll have a very professional transition from the national security question Counsel. There's no question about it. And the great thing is that the United States of America we've we've passed the baton on had peaceful, successful transitions, even in the most contentious period obviously counts this answer there for the benefit of the president that Trump could still win. A second term of the courts determined there was widespread fraud. Now the General Services Administration. The G S, A has so far declined to agree that Biden won the election, therefore, aren't giving Biden Biden camps. The traditional transition tools like money office space access to paperwork, Government employees, experts etcetera, But that will likely change soon since this week's states are beginning to certify their elections and the results of the hand count in Georgia will be over has to be over by tomorrow night at midnight. And they will certify those results by Friday. By the way. If you don't think the writing is on the wall. More of the Trump administration's lawsuits are the Trump campaign rather either dropped, amended or tossed out of court yesterday, some of the latest cases in Georgia Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, thrown out of federal court that comes as the Trump Administration had nine other lawsuits denied or dropped. Last Friday. Swinging for the fences. Striking out it is a 6 16 on news radio 6 10 W Ohio Deland check in with Rory O'Neill for the first time this morning and what's trending at wi od dot com. Happy Tuesday, Right? Good morning, Manny knows Sully Sullenberger here and Alaska Airlines jet touching down in Alaska struck a brown bear. As it landed. It was a 7 37 trying to land at Yakutat Airport in southeast Alaska. Now the crew of the airport actually cleared the runway before the plane touched down, but It was after the landing, and as the plane was taxing that it struck the brown bear. The nose gear did miss the Bears, but the captain felt the impact on the left side of the plane. The big dent to that engine. We've got the pictures of it and more information. Sadly, the bear didn't make it nearby. That's the only thing I cared about. Was it a bear made it They couldn't find that there was a cub nearby. That's fine. So More information right there on the page of w Y o d that car. Thank you Remove. Oh, it was a book. Yeah, I'm still so sad. All right. Thank you, sir. Who are three minutes away from the next live check on traffic on NewsRadio. 6 10 W y o D..

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"yakutat airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"yakutat airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Develops in your throat. And it doesn't go away for the 14 or 15 songs or whatever. Really, Yeah. I mean, it does that you'd have to have emotions to have that feeling. But I understand why it's great. I mean, he's just He's a great artist. He's great, so yeah, I just love his voice to Gary Enchant. That's okay. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio upon our music corner. No, this is the dead Animal Co. The dead animal. You have cold all the dead animal news of the day and planted it right in the middle. The good news is there's only two dead animal stories that I found. My Google alert for dead animal stories was pretty thin this morning. Look at that. The breaking news and we thought this might be coming. The president's talked about wanting to get the troops out of Afghanistan that he has wanted to do that, and there has been pushed back from the Department of Defense of the Pentagon. And there was speculation that he was going. This was going to be one of the last things that he did is to order the troops out of Afghanistan, but that there would be continued military push back and that wouldn't be the case. So See how Tonto They move forward with this, but the military has been told to plan for U. S. Troop drawdown in Afghanistan and Iraq and the final days of the Trump administration. Wow. Guess that, but why he had to clean house at the Pentagon. Had to get rid of some of those guys. All right. So are our animal stories. First one is way up in Alaska back to our animal story back to the animal. No, nothing. This, um The Yakutat airport in Southeast the last shore. The Anchorage Daily News reported that a Boeing 7 37 for Alaska Airlines was landing airport crew members have to clear that runway before the flight is expected to land because of the possibility of wildlife. It's rural Alaska. They have hit deer in the past, they have hit geese. Have a caribou. But on Saturday evening They hit a bear. That's terrible. They said. They hit a brown bear. Ciao. Uh and I guess with the left engine that's a mama bear. Right? Yes. Now the left engine cowling was damaged. They had basically just parked the plane and fix it before they can run it again. And it's the bear wasn't sucked into the engine that would have blown this thing apart but was knocked out and then I guess killed by the impact. There was a two year old cub, they said nearby that was not injured. This makes sense because when you see bears and the mother and the mother and she's got a cub, you do not mess around. So it would make sense to me that they aimed for the mother. Yeah. No that the mother was able to issue her cub to safety. I see what you're saying or the cub is short enough that the plane landed and just rolled over the top of it. There's there's that, too, had sons. The pilot as they went from the runway to the parking area. The pilot said he saw bear lying and about 20 ft from the center of the runway. They originally said they didn't know how many people run the flight. I found this out a little bit later. Six. There were six passengers. On a 7 37. Flying into Alaska six. How do you make money on that flight? Yeah, I don't know that that sounds like too much plane. Then there was the killing of a rare spirit Moose in Canada. It is shocked people who live in the northern Ontario community. And There's one guy who's offering a reward to anyone who can help officials apprehend the poachers. They have long swap stories up there of a ghostly white moose population occasionally spotted moving silently through the forests of Aspen and pine trees. Yeah, and in and around that city of Timmons. These stories have been going around for some time. But poachers recently killed two female moose, including one of them a white cow. They believe that white animals like bison, Raven and grizzly bears are considered sacred and should not be harmed. Have you ever I don't think I've ever seen even pictures of white moose, No or Raven or grizzly Bear. That's crazy that they say that these moves Thies White moves. Are not albino. No, it's a recessive gene. Well, everybody knows that, Okay? I'm looking at the white moves and it is majestic. Um Flying post community member Troy Woodhouse, that it saddens me that somebody would take such a beautiful animal. Nobody knows exactly how many There are in the areas of the loss of a single spirit. Moose is one too many. Marc Clement is a photographer in the region. He spotted a number of moose over the years. He knows of at least four White bowls and estimates that there could be as many as 30 spread out over the area. Said. While the white moves have been spotted in the area for more than 40 years, it was only in the last decade that they want legal protections. They're they're not a distinct species. But throughout the area signs warn against killing them the only place in the country where a law exists like that. Several years ago, there was a group of hunters that went out and they killed a moose in Nova Scotia. And that angered the local First Nations tribe there. I don't know tribes the right word. Nations community in.

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"yakutat airport" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"yakutat airport" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"How to modify it to make it safe, how to deliver it, so it stays intact in the body end along with the company's It's licensed to testing it in the lab on flu, Zika and other viruses. We ball Seen fantastic results and animal model and now we're seeing that it works in humans, and I think that's just incredible. It would be the first vaccine to use em are innate to trick the body into creating antibodies. Most used dead viruses, but Weissman wants to reassure potential recipients. There have been no shortcuts to this moment that the research has been painstaking and the results convincing had over 90% fricassee, and they haven't seen any bad side of facts that would stop the vaccine. From being developed, says one of the remarkable advantages of the M R in a vaccine is that it could be modified to work against other Corona viruses, so there would be no need for a year long shut down in the event of another pandemic pad. Loba, Ky. W. NewsRadio, officials say in Alaska Airlines jetliner struck a brown bear while landing early Saturday evening, killing the animal and causing damage to the plane. None of the passengers or crew members on board were injured during that accident at the Yakutat airport in southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facility says the Boeing 7 37 killed the brown bear cell. But Cub thought to be two years old, was uninjured. Left engine cowling of the jet was damaged. The plane remain on the ground Sunday. 709. Now we've got to construction going up on the Walt Whitman a heading into Jersey. We'll check in with the traffic center just a few minutes. What's happening.

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Jetliner hits brown bear while landing in Alaska

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Jetliner hits brown bear while landing in Alaska

"Alaska Airlines jetliner struck a brown bear while landing early Saturday evening, killing the animal and causing damage to the plane. None of the passengers or crew members on board were injured during that accident at the Yakutat airport in southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facility says the Boeing 7 37 killed the brown bear cell. But Cub thought to be two years old, was uninjured. Left engine cowling of the jet was damaged. The plane remain on the ground Sunday.

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