PHOENIX COPS ARE INVESTIGATING THE INCID Phoenix
PHOENIX COPS ARE INVESTIGATING THE INCIDENT INVOLVING OFFICERS FIRING
Crime Stoppers are investigating a incident involving an cop at Buckeye.
The incident of firing occurred on Tues morning in the Broadway & Watson Roads neighborhood.
A person in undisclosed condition was taken to a nearby medical faciltiy.
No police have been harmed.
This is an open inquiry. No further details have been issued.
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FOR THE FIRST TIME THE FIRST LINE WORKER WOULD BE TAKING THE ANTIBODY SCREENING TEST FOR CORONA VIRUS
According to an announcement from the Phoenix Fire fighters Union, up to five thousand Phoenix-area cops, paramedics & other 1st res ponders will be eligible to undergo corona virus antibody screening for the very 1st time beginning April twenty-seven.
The testing "will give the very much demanded & unparalleled results into the Valley-wide sensitivity of 1st res ponders to corona," the authorities say.
the Phoenix Law Enforcement Council and the state firefighter's organization provides its leaders the antibody training with grants.
It would give an answer in fifteen mins.
Corona Virus is the pulmonary disease-causing cough, dyspnea, body pain, shortness of breath, and fever. It could be asymptomatic before showings its results and is transmitted through touching or having the saliva particle of the affected person.
IN A CAR COLLISION FIRST RES PONDERS RESCUED THE DRIVER TRAPPED INSIDE A VEHICLE
Phoenix fire fighters rushed Mon morning to a "severe" traffic crash when one individual became stuck under a windshield between thirty fifth Avenue & Roeser.
Officers say teams have already rescued the individual from the vehicle while still managing their injury and have been transported to the hospital at a nearby trauma center.
It was a head-on collision involving both vehicles, inform teams.
The other driver is also checked for injury.
This story is evolving.
POLICE OF PHOENIX ASKING FOR HELP IN FINDING THE SEVENTY YEAR OLD MALE
A Notice has been released of last seen in north Phoenix for an eighty y/o old male.
Edgar Alan Lalum was seen at a residence near twenty-seventh Street & Utopia Road on Thurs. He has dark hazel color eyes with gray locks, he is 5.7' ft & 160 lbs.
Lalum is assumed to drive a gray 1987 Lincoln Town Car with an Arizona number plate reading WC8SR3.
He was last seen donning a dark navy blue athletic t-shirt with gray jeans.
Lalum has a psychiatric disorder that may render him look lost or disoriented, the relative told the police.
those with details about Lalum call the crime stopper department.
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A 2-year-old boy was rushed to hospital after he was pulled out of family pool
A 2-year-old boy drowned in the family swimming pool and was rushed to the hospital after he was taken out on Saturday night. Emergency crews got a call at around 8 p.m. and rushed to the scene near 35th and Northern avenues. The condition of the boy is critical said the Phoenix Firefighters. The investigation is going on to find what led to this incident. Stay tuned with us for more updates.
Heat increases problems for homeless, help them with donations
Already worse conditions as caused by Coronavirus pandemic had been worsened due to increasing heat for the homeless. An advocate named Elizabeth Venable is working for the homeless says, "It kills them if they don't have access to water."
According to her COVID-19 closures and rising temperatures are a deadly combination. "It's terrifying. Water fountains are gone. Bathrooms are gone," says Venable.
These conditions had laid some organizations to change their relief strategies. One such organization is the Andre House in Phoenix. Elizabeth Wunsch, Director of Volunteer Services and Communication at the Andre House, said: "They used to come into our dining hall during the day and fill our halls. They can't do that anymore,"
Due to social distancing, many past respite areas are unavailable. Andre House has been able to convert outside shaded areas for some relief. The non-profit provides water and ice to guests, but Wunsch says care is "very, very complicated, and the heat only makes it worse."
COVID-19 restrictions had even created purchasing water cases a challenge. "We do need donations of water. This is the time of year we typically start getting it," said Wunsch.
Meanwhile, Venable says she has to visit stores at its opening and buys as much water she can buy.
Funeral homes in valley are trying to provide closure to the family even in the such situations of crisis
Arizona had reported 249 deaths till now, and the number is still increasing due to COVID-19. Most of the deaths occurred under isolation and away from the family. But Valley funeral homes are trying to take care of the dead and provide closing for the family members in this time of crisis.
At mortuaries, there is no more crowd, long hugs, moving services, or wiping off tears of one another due to social distancing. Megan Millage, Manager of Shadow Mountains Mortuary in North Phoenix, said, "That's how you get your closure, is at the funeral. And we're not able to have them right now." Like the other businesses, the operations funeral homes also had changed entirely due to COVID-19.
"Some people will even go with cremation instead of a burial," said Genelle Gamboa, who manages Legacy Funeral Home, Rose Chapel, in Mesa. Like many more mortuaries, Legacy is also handling the COVID-19 services. Gamboa had said that they had around 20 to 25 over the company's three valley locations. Due to the high usage of PPE kits among healthcare workers and first responders, it is hard to find these for the funeral workers. Even families are dealing with similar problems as they can't find pastors to hold the funeral.
Dignity Memorial, which runs Shadow Mountain, is a nationwide company. Millage said that many valley employees are heading to different cities, which had been hit hardest.
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Washington DC reports its youngest death due to COVID-19.
A 17-year-old boy died due to coronavirus on Sunday in Washington, D.C. It is the youngest fatality case of the city due to COVID-19. The D.C. mayor's office released the coronavirus data on Monday reporting the youngest death. The teenager contracted the disease in Washington but died in Pennsylvania. His death brought the total fatalities in the city to 185.
Currently, there are total 3,892 confirmed cases in the city with 51 new positive cases reported on Monday. Among these cases, 3 per cent of total cases comprises 18 or younger people. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser gave the report of the coronavirus cases and deaths in a daily briefing. The name and details of the teenager boy were not released.
Online voting in amidst coronavirus pandemic
A special election is conducted in the state of Maryland to fill the seat after the death of Elijah Cummings. The election officials have encouraged the residents to vote but from home. They have launched an online voting system under which people can easily view through the mail.
The officials have mailed ballots to all 510,000 registered voters of the district, which need to postmarked by the voters by April 28. The citizens of areas which include Howard County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City will take part in this stamp-free election. The seat was vacant from October last year after Cummings passed away.
ONE MAN ENCOUNTERED BY HOUSTON POLICE WHILE FIRING IN FRONT OF HIS HOUSE
A male is killed after he open bullets at cops in northeastern Houston on Mon, police reported.
Officials said the shooting happened at around midnight in the Chadwick 7900 area. After they had got information that the person was injured in front of his house.
Once police arrived they were told to hold back before the perpetrator was identified by a local news channel.
Cops claimed the attacker call out the police & replied, "I'm ready for you" as his reloading his pistol.
Upon identification of the perpetrator, he was observed shooting bullets in random directions, police added.
A policeman told them they thought the perpetrator was aiming a pistol at them. They fired bullets, & the perpetrator was killed.
Police said the step-father of the shooter was inside the house when the firing took place. He told police that either his son was intoxicated, or on narcotics.
Apart from the perpetrator, at this point, cops said nobody has been hurt.
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Pictured: ‘Hero’ New York doctor who took her own life after fighting on COVID frontline - 7NEWS.com.au
‘She went down in the trenches and was killed by the enemy on the front line’.
A New York City emergency room doctor who took her own life after recovering from Covid-19 and continuing to treat coronavirus patients has been pictured. Dr. Lorna Breen, 49, died a hero, said her father, Philip Breen. Watch the video above She was in the trenches, he said. She was a hero. Lorna Breen died Sunday morning in Charlottesville, Virginia, her father said. Chevron Right Icon She went down in the trenches and was killed by the enemy on the front line Breen worked in the Columbia University Irving Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian hospital system. She went down in the trenches and was killed by the enemy on the front line, Philip Breen said. She loved New York and wouldnt hear about living anywhere else. She loved her coworkers and did what she could for them. I just want people to know how special she was, he added. Lorna Breen died Sunday morning in Charlottesville, Virginia, her father said. Credit: Supplied Philip Breen is a retired trauma surgeon, and he and his daughter would speak frequently about work, he said. Lorna Breen told her father that her colleagues were putting in 18-hour days and sleeping in hallways, and that ambulances couldnt get in because it was so busy. She worked in the emergency department and had been on the front lines for weeks, handling the onslaught of cases, her father said. New York City has been the US pandemic epicenter, recording nearly 300,000 cases and more than 22,000 deaths as of Tuesday morning. Breen contracted Covid-19 and took a week and a half off to recover, but when she went back to work, she couldnt last through a 12-hour shift, her father said. Still, she felt like she had to get back in there to help her colleagues. Then, a doctor friend visited Breen at home and told her she should go home to Virginia, where most of her family is based, Philip Breen said. Some friends and relatives helped get her to Charlottesville. Lorna Breen took her own life. Credit: Supplied Lorna Breen soon was admitted to the hospital at the University of Virginia for exhaustion, her father said, adding that her mother is a doctor in the ward where she was treated. After about a week, Lorna Breen left the hospital to stay with her mom, her father said. Then, last weekend, she went to stay with her sister, and that is where she died. Officers responded Sunday to a call for medical assistance and identified the victim as Breen, the Charlottesville Police Department said in a news release. She was taken to University of Virginia Hospital for treatment and later succumbed to self-inflicted injuries, police said. For more on 7NEWS.com.au Frontline healthcare professionals and first responders are not immune to the mental or physical effects of the current pandemic, said Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney. On a daily basis, these professionals operate under the most stressful of circumstances, and the Coronavirus has introduced additional stressors. Words cannot convey the sense of loss we feel today, the New York City hospitals where Breen worked said in a statement. Dr. Breen is a hero who brought the highest ideals of medicine to the challenging front lines of the emergency department, they said. Our focus today is to provide support to her family, friends, and colleagues as they cope with this news during what is already an extraordinarily difficult time. If you need help in a crisis, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. For further information about depression contact beyondblue on 1300224636 or talk to your GP, local health professional or someone you trust. If you or someone you know is impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence, call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or visit1800RESPECT.org.au. In an emergency, call 000.
Béisbol japonés: Despaigne y Gracial deberán seguir esperando - CMHS Radio Caibarién | La Voz de la Villa Blanca
Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción.
Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción. El béisbol no escapa de esta dura realidad y hay dos estelares peloteros cubanos que se han visto afectados con esta situación. Se trata de Alfredo Despaigne y Yurisbel Gracial, que juegan en la Liga Profesional de Japón y que se hallan en Cuba en estos momentos. Ambos se recuperan en sus hogares de sendas lesiones, algo positivo para ellos sin dudas. Sin embargo, su regreso a la Tierra del Sol Naciente y, por tanto al juego como tal, es una verdadera incógnita ahora mismo, pues Despaigne y Gracial no podrán regresar a a su club, los Halcones de SoftBank, y a sus entrenamientos, hasta junio o julio. Resulta que, como consecuencia de la crisis del nuevo Coronavirus, los vuelos en la Mayor de las Antillas están suspendidos hasta el 31 de mayo y el ingreso a Japón está sumamente limitado. Por tanto, ambos atletas se hallan en un limbo temporal, a la espera de que se salga de este lamentable escenario. Además, cuando arriben a ese país oriental, lo más probable es que Alfredo y Yurisbel tengan que cumplir una cuarentena de 14 días, antes de poder incorporarse a las prácticas de los Halcones. Y todo esto sin conocerse aún cuándo arrancará la competencia, que ya ha sido retrasada en un par de ocasiones. Se habla de un posible inicio para el 19 de junio, pero esta es solo una fecha tentativa, en dependencia de cómo evolucione la pandemia de la Covid 19.