A man got hit by Action truck and died Chicago
A man got hit by Action truck and died on the Southside
A truck hit a pedestrian on the South Side, killing the pedestrian in the incident on Monday morning, said Illinois State Police.
The incident occurred around 4:53 a.m. on the northbound lanes of I-57 near 103rd Street, according to state police. Police had to block all the lanes leaving one for the traffic to investigate the incident. The roads were reopened around 7:40 a.m. for the traffic.
The man who died in the incident was 25-year-old from Calumet Park, and he was walking in a lane of traffic when he was struck by a truck and died, according to police. Police had revealed his identity. The reason why the pedestrian went into a traffic lane is still unclear, and the investigation is going on.
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Teen missing since 49 days, comes back
A young girl aged 13, was allegedly missing from her home in Chicago. It had been roughly a month and a half since the girl disappeared. Until now, there wasn't much development in the case.
But now, the mother has reported that the girl is back out of the blue. After 49 days of absence, the relief is that she is back. She had gone for almost a month, stated her mother during a press meet held on Saturday.
Before the girl turning up home, the mother was in a lot of stress and panic due to her daughter gone missing. She said that she wasn't able to get proper sleep and even jumped in her sleep. She that she just wanted her daughter to be home.
It is confirmed by Tio Hardiman President of Violence Interrupters, that the girl has returned and is now safe at her home.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital's 'Old Dolls' uses their decades of experience to treat COVID-19 patients
Coronavirus is slowly becoming an evil army, and fighting with it seems like a war. In this war, doctors and health care workers are those strong and brave soldiers, who are struggling with all their capacity to win this battle against COVID-19. As there is no approved vaccine, all the patient's recovery depends on the experience of nurses and doctors.
At Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the experience collected in decades is packed in a group of nurses, affectionately known as "Old Dolls."
Two nurses of this group, Pascalo, and Colllanto, are working in the facility from the very start of their career. Both started together at Northwestern and slowly turned into friends from colleagues, and now they are family.
"We've all had children together, we've been through deaths of parents and siblings," Pascalo said. "We do lean on each other a lot."
The Old Dolls are themselves on a high risk of infection, but when they were offered options of other units, they refused it as they believe that their experience is essential and should be used to fight COVID-19.
Pascalo became a floor mom and guides all the new nurses to make better decisions. Her Daughter Jessica DeBrocke also works at Northwestern Memorial Hospital as a nurse, and she loves to work with her mom and is always guided by her mom. She is very concerned about her mother's health but also has confidence in her work.
Man shot in the south loop
On Thursday man was shoot in the south loop. A 33-year-old man was standing at gas station around 10:20 p.m. in the 1000 block south Desplaines street when two males and a female get out of black Audi and shot him.
The man was shot many times and was then taken to the stronger hospital, and there was declared dead.
Police officers of 1004 displays st. are searching for pieces of evidence near shell casings and a pool of blood has also been collected. They also investigated the employees who were standing outside the shattered glass door of the gas station's kiosk. In the area, three detectives are on the search.
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"We got us" groups saving Chicago communities
The global pandemic has affected the lives of so many individuals either by severely affecting their health directly or fetching challenges for them. In these difficult times, the people of Chicago, South, West Side, have come up together in groups to help decrease the number of deaths in black, brown communities due to Covid-19. There are a total of seven organizations that have come up for the noble cause. They have banded together with a common aim of decreasing the death ratio. They've named this initiative as 'WE GOT US' and are ready to work with it with adequate precautions and necessary measures. The Healthy Hood and partners will launch a task force, it will be a community-based volunteer task force. The task force will reach people with adequate and necessary products. The members will provide in-need communities with PPE materials, essential groceries and accurate public health recommendations. The home deliveries will be safe as they will ensure zero – contact delivery. This will ensure that virus won't spread from the members and the availability of necessities will encourage people to stay inside and curb the spread of the virus. One of the members of Healthy Hood, Tonya Lozano talked about the task force and its goal to lower down the infection spread through virus and curbing the widespread death from Covid-19 in the most vulnerable Chicago communities.
Mother got frightened by officers pointing gun due to a misunderstanding in Humboldt Park
A mother in Chicago got frightened by Chicago police officers pointed a gun on her and her three children while she was in her car. She was stopped in a traffic stop in Humboldt Park.
The mother was named Jahaira Ruiz said about the incident on Friday. She told us that when she saw a gun pointed on her, she and her family got terrified, and even the police wouldn't tell her why she was stopped.
"I hear my young children in the back, my 8-year-old screaming, crying in fear. My 7-year-old, 'They have a gun. They have a gun. They're going to shoot us. They have a gun. They're going to kill us,'" Ruiz said.
The family was allowed to leave the scene by the officers.
Police said they were responding on a similar report of three women pointing a gun riding in a similar vehicle.
Chicago Police Department released a statement about the incident. The report said, "Following the initial call of a person with a gun, officers located a vehicle matching the description of the call. At the conclusion of the investigation, an investigatory stop report was submitted."
The man died when sending to home from hospital even with a positive test
In Chicago, one of the family south side has a death of 23-year-old Deshaun Taylor from COVID-19. This happened when he was sent back home from a hospital, even he was positively tested.
Ebony Taylor sister of Deshaun said it was unfortunate. On Tuesday she was not able to reach to Deshaun who was fighting with COVID-19. She said his brother was calling him a lot, so she rushed home immediately.
She found his brother unresponsive in the room. The young father died on the way to the hospital. His sister said she can't forget the day.
Deshaun was one of them among the nine siblings, and he was the father of a 4-year-old girl named Novia.
The family is questioning the hospital treatment.deshaun was suffering from asthma and was diabetic too. He took a company of mary when he got sick he was also diagnosed with pneumonia and tested positive of COVID-19 and still send back to home.
Two days later again he went to the hospital and come back home.
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Sale and creation of ghost guns going to be banned in Los Angeles soon, said County Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva had ordered a "total ban" on sale of "ghost gun" which is used by some people as no licensing or documentation is required to keep it.
Ghost guns are also called kit guns, as it bought in the form of dismantled parts, and later, it can be easily assembled to make a complete fully working gun. It is an untraceable weapon that comes in the form 80% assembled gun.
Regular guns require serial numbers, and the people who buy ti have to go through background checks. However, the ghost gun does not need these things as these are just precursor parts which do not require serial numbers and background check.
Many incidents have occurred involving the use of ghost guns. The Nov. 14 shooting incident at Saugus High School that killed two students and wounded three others involved the usage of this gun by a 16-year-old shooter. Later the shooter shot himself by the same weapon.
The number of incidents involving usage of ghost guns had gone up by 50%, said Villanueva.
LAPD with local non-profit plans "Prom Party in a Box" for graduating high school seniors
Seniors are missing the once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate their last in school with prom, graduation ceremony, and more. But Southwest Bureau and worked with "Building Blue Bridges" (B3), to organize some events for the seniors who are at home due to restrictions. They are hosting a "Prom Party in a Box" surprise for the high school graduates in South LA.
Waynita Long, a graduate of Dorsey High School, received the first Prom Party in a Box and was overwhelmed by this as she had not anything so big.
Founder of the non-profit organizations "Mother Of Many" and "Building Blue Bridges" (B3), Daphne Bradford said, "LAPD used every resource they had, including a helicopter flyover. It was just unbelievable." She planned this surprise after seeing the disappointment on the faces of the seniors.
"A lot of the kids are at home, and the anxiety is settling in," said Bradford.
These drop-offs include party favors, food, and a gathering of friends and family.
Even from a distance, it felt real," said Long. "We took pictures. It felt like I had time to have fun, see my family, see my friends, see my coaches who came."
"Building Blue Bridges" had started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for more 2020 Prom Party in Box drop-offs.
Man and his pregnant girlfriend died in Action triple shooting
A man and his pregnant girlfriend killed in a triple shooting on Staten Island, and a man was taken in police custody, according to Police Department. According to fire officials, the incident happened around 5 p.m. inside a house on Grandview Drive in the Mariners Harbor neighborhood. When Police arrived after being reported about the occurrence, they saw three people suffering gunshot wounds.
Three victims included Alafia Rodriguez,46, and Ana Desousa,33 who were dating and living together in the house, and it was also considered that Desousa was pregnant, said Police. Both were declared dead on the spot. Another victim, a 45-year-old woman, was shot in the torso and was immediately taken to the hospital. She had injuries but was stable, said Police. A 1-year-old girl was also found in the house, but she was safe.
The suspect of the crime Phillip Moreno, 45, was caught by the Police while trying to leave the house when Police arrived. Police also found a semi-automatic gun from him, with a silencer. The reason for the shooting is still unclear, and the investigation is still going on. The charges are still pending against Moreno. According to Police, Moreno was out on parole after serving 14 years of imprisonment for the 1992 killing of Theodis Watson in the Mariners Harbor Houses when he was 17.
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