Pilot died in a plane crash in Santa Maria school ground

A single-engine plane crashed on the ground of a school in the Santa Maria killing the pilot, said authorities. The flight departed from Van Nuys.

At around 10:45 a.m., the single-engine Cirrus SR20 crashed near the basketball court, on the grounds of Ralph Dunlap Elementary school.

The doorbell camera in the neighborhood captured the loud sound of the crash. The camera also captured a parachute coming to the ground, followed by a scene of black snow rising from the area.

The aircraft caught fire after falling to the ground.

The plane departed from Van Nuys Airport to come to Santa Maria airport. The pilot was the only person on board. No injuries were reported on the ground.

The authorities did not release the identity of the pilot.

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash.

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Two suspects arrested after a high-speed pursuit through South LA, multiple vehicles damaged

A man along with a woman was involved in a pursuit leaving many others injured and destroying their way across South Los Angeles. The driver was at a speed of more than 100 mph and damaged multiple vehicles during that erratic police chase. Scott Reiff told that AIR HD started tracking the pursuit in the Monterey Park region where the driver reached up to 100mph. From 10:30 am, the drivers were involved in their destructive driving, followed by police, and they drove past residential streets, taking very sharp turns and blowing through the intersections. The driver circled S. Central Avenue, appeared to lose control of the truck, regained control, and avoided a spike strip put by the officers and this chase continued to 110 Freeway. The truck almost missed many vehicles before running into a sedan. A driver in the pick-up truck tried to block the suspect near E. Florence Avenue. Smoke emitted from the vehicle’s backside and the vehicle driver rammed into the other truck. They continued to Florence, and after some time, the rear tire blew. The suspects continued driving on the rim with less speed. The worn-out rim caught fire, the driver and passenger jumped off and were immediately arrested.

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A family in Glendale, sued a medical facility with the blame of the death of their loved one

Now, a family is blaming the nursing home for the death of their loved ones. For this, they filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility on Thursday.

According to the suit, the nursing home practiced inadequate safety conditions during the pandemic.

Ricardo Saldana was living in the Glenhaven Healthcare in Glendale, and then a 77-year-old man contracted COVID-19.

"They put a patient with COVID-19 in my dad's room. They killed my dad," said Jackie Saldana.

Jackie, his father, suffered a stroke six years ago and was relatively healthy until the pandemic arrived. And the family said that he would have stayed safe and healthy if Glenhaven had kept proper precautions at the time of the pandemic outbreak.

The family also claimed that a nurse who was exposed to Coronavirus at another facility was serving in the Glenhaven facility.

Now Saldana family is suing the facility for elder abuse, willful misconduct, and negligence.

Scott Glovsky, the family's attorney, said that Ricardo is just one of the 10 cases of deaths due to COVID-19 in the facility, but the Los Angeles County Public Health Department had reported only five such deaths.

"His death has hit me like 100 knives going in my heart. My family is devastated," Jackie said.

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A new antibody study of LA: LA County may have had asymptomatic COVID-19

According to a new antibody study of Los Angeles County published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a large population may be affected with COVID-19 without exhibiting symptoms. In this study, the researchers with USC had tested the blood samples of 863 LA County residents in April. These antibody tests investigate if the person had coronavirus in the past, which made the body develop antibodies to fight the virus. As per experts, people can have the virus inside and be asymptomatic.

The collaborative effort of USC and the county's department of public health concluded that more than 4% of the tested individuals had antibodies to the coronavirus. According to the researchers extrapolating these results to LA County's 8 million adult population, approximately 360,000 adults might have got the infection without realizing.

If this turns to be true, it would also mean the country's death rate per person from COVID-19 is much lower than that presently calculated. Currently, LA has reported 39,000 cases.

According to Neeraj Sood, a teacher of wellbeing strategy at USC, the spread of COVID-19 through LA County is products higher than specialists suspected. But the outcomes show that they stay a long way from arriving at herd immunity - where enough individuals have the antibodies that the infection starts coming up short on new hosts to cause disease.

The examination likewise found that about 60% of the individuals who tested positive for antibodies were asymptomatic, giving barely any indications of contamination.

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US President Joe Biden has doctors diagnosed with a tubular adenoma

Scar adenoma is a benign but potentially precancerous growth. The polyp was removed.

As White House physician Kevin O'Connor explained, tubular adenoma is a benign growth that grows slowly but is considered "potentially precancerous damage that does not require further intervention."

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In Los Angeles, employees of the subway, fire department and police spoke out against compulsory vaccination.

Among those who came out to protest for their rights, thousands of employees of various city services - the department of transport, water and energy resources, sanitary services.

“I came to fight for my rights. I will work to the last, until they take my job away from me. I want to work! Not

know what else to say? The mayor wants me to inject something into my body, and I have no idea how it will affect me! " says a Los Angeles health officer who declined to give his name.

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Somewhere in the wild by Fredapsychic

Somewhere in the wild

In my little tiny house

It’s so cold, I have a jacket on

Listening to the birds chirping

Crazy how the little things make me happy

It’s amazing how my mind works

Everything i visualize becomes my reality

The power of the mind

It’s the most valuable asset

Yet some don’t value it because they have it for free

The power of the mind

It’s unimaginable

I’ve been so hurt in the past

Betrayed by people who i thought had my back

Life of a dark empath

Filled with so many emotions

Feeling emotions deeper than usual

Dealing with feelings that are not even mine

Helping people out of the goodness of my heart without expecting anything in return

These same people would drag my name through the mud at any chance they got

I heard the phone calls

I heard the side talks

I heard everything false that was spoken about me

I know they see my light

Lucia she calls me

Shining brightly even when i can’t see it

Sometimes we are blind to our own light

But others can see it

Sometimes they are intimidated by it

Sometimes they are intrigued by it

Other times they want to drag you down

They want to make you feel less than you are

I’ve done so much for people that don’t deserve any of my kindness

All they did was take advantage of it

This made me become cold hearted

Sometimes you go through a series of experiences and pain

You just go numb to it

You don’t feel it anymore

You become heartless

The same people wonder why you became like that

It’s not even about people anymore

It’s about how i feel on the inside

I had to go through a lot of healing and self reflection

Deep down i know i am a kind and loving person but it’s hard to show it in a world that sees such traits as weakness

I began to protect myself and cut toxic people out of my life

Even at the slightest sign of me being taken advantage of or made to feel less than i am

If i am not treated with love and respect, i am out

I honestly don’t have time for anything that isn’t bringing me joy and peace

I am beginning to be more selfish with myself and keep my peace

I noticed i love to play

As a child i wasn’t allowed to play much or express myself

I was super active as a child and they always told me to stay calm

They tried to make me become who i wasn’t

I had to grow up re-parenting myself

I had to remind myself that it is okay to play

I had to remind myself that it is okay to say how you feel

I had to remind myself that my opinions matter

I’m still in the process of healing

I protect my energy and sanity at all cost

I don’t want anything disrupting my inner world again

The world is full of wolves looking for prey

You either hunt or be hunted

You’re either a hunter or a prey

I’m living everyday life as it comes

Sometimes I’m still confused about what this is all about

I lay in bed wondering what my purpose is on this earth

I guess non of us are making it out here alive

I strive to live my truth

I strive to be my true authentic self

Till i let go of my physical body

My soul and works would live on

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The writer apologized to a man who spent 16 years in prison for her rape

Alice Seabold apologized for the illegal conviction of a man who was found not guilty of raping her in 1981.

In her first book, Lucky, Seabord described being raped. Anthony Broadwater was convicted of the crime. He spent 16 years in prison and was on the sex offender registry for more than 20 years.

Seabold also wrote the novel The Lovely Bones, which Peter Jackson turned into an Oscar-nominated film.

"I am most sorry that the life you could have been unjustly stolen from you, and I know that no apology can change what has happened to you," Seabold said in a statement.

A statement released by Broadwater's lawyers said he was "relieved that she apologized."

Seabold's first autobiographical novel sold more than a million copies, which marked the beginning of her writing career.

In it, she described in detail how an 18-year-old student at Syracuse University in New York was raped.

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Elon Musk presented a new product of his company - cyber whistles

"Whistle at Tesla," Elon Musk wrote on Twitter and attached a link to the product. He also accompanied the entry with an ironic remark.

Tesla's page describes "cyber whistles" as "a premium collectible made from polished stainless steel."

The whistle is made in the form of a Cybertruck concept electric vehicle. The price for the product is set at $ 50.

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High-speed routes and the China-Laos line are among the eight Chinese lines scheduled to open in December

Eight railways will start operating in China during December 2021, while the China-Laos 160 km / h line, part of China's Belt and Road Initiative, is due to open on December 3.

The first electric train, which traveled along the 414 km section of Boten - Vientiane Laos, arrived in Vientiane in early November. On November 30, Laos and China signed an intergovernmental agreement to provide guidance and legal framework for cross-border activities along the rail route.

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Deutschlands Militär begrüßte am Donnerstag die Bundeskanzlerin AngelaMerkel, nur eine Woche bevor sie sich nach 16 Jahren im Amt aus der Politik zurückziehen soll


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