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MEDICAL SUPPLIES ARRIVED IN SAN ANTONIO
The pandemic has continued to highlight the hard work that San Antonio citizens are doing and The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) also has shown everyone about their extra effort in a humanitarian cargo quest.
As per a press statement, the San Antonio International Airport is the major center of medical supplies cargo for 2 days project where 4 foreign cargo planes from Tel-Aviv, with clinical personal protective equipment will land in San-Antonio.
Two B787-9 airplane lands on Sun in San-Antonio, dropping down gear & return to Israel.
The project was carried out jointly by S.A.T, Customs and Border Control, E.l-A.L Airplanes, and several other organizations and companies.
SAN ANTONIO WITNESSED THE UGLY FIRE IN THE SOUTH PADRE CONDO
A San Antonio family was on vacation at a South Padre Island tourist resort where things get quite unconventional on Sat after a huge fire suddenly broke out at a surrounding condo complex.
Reynald Gautier, his spouse, and a Fourteen-year-old daughter remained at the tourist resort at South Padre Island when they experienced the huge fire at the Gulfpoint Condominium complex at approximately 9:00 a.m. And on Sat.
The power of the hotel was cut, high winds were blowing in and Gautier stated his family had been hit with terror at the prospect of the block being swallowed up in smoke.
"They were frightened and I can't do anything for them ... It has become something that you don't always see, "Gautier said during a report to KSAT 12.
High winds reached the area at the same moment as the blaze and Gautier said that Even during heavy rain the blaze was still strong.
Per an earlier article, the structure was destroyed by the fire, with damage cost approximately at about Seven million dollars.
The actual source of the blaze is not known and no injuries have been confirmed.
A SAN ANTONIO COP CASTILLO SUSPENDED FOR FORTY-FIVE DAYS AND SIGNED "LAST OPPORTUNITY DEAL"
A San Antonio police inspector was terminated for one and half months and forced to accept a 'last opportunity deal' in March when police reacted for the 2nd attempt for as many times to the off-duty violent activities including Castillo and a woman, stated in a division termination documents provided this week to a local news channel.
Castillo claimed to be drunk after the dispute at a far West Side residence last October and was suspected of tossing objects belonging to his friend from the house to the front lawn.
He was initially granted a possible permanent termination in Jan but the sentence imposed was later reduced, documents indicate.
He was suspended for one month.
SAN ANTONIO COP WAS FIRED WITH ALLEGATION OF SHARING UNDERAGE EXPLICIT IMAGES
Cop from San-Antonio who accused guilty of the crime of having explicit child snaps was officially suspended from his profession in March, documents of the suspended demonstrates.
On Five February Tores was initially charged on criminal allegations of not only possessing but also distributing explicit images of underage pornography exploitation.
Regarding his detention, chief of police William Mcmanus stated that the allegations toward Torres were "deeply disturbing."
Even so, few precise facts were available till KSAT received the papers for the dismissal in May.
Tores 1st submitted eight Snap-chat images, as per the records.
While being interrogated on the particular topic, Torres stated that police he was part of the group on social media sending relevant content.
Torres pleaded guilty of the crime in February. but he was not sentenced yet, court documents have shown.
SEVENTY-NINE NEW CASES OF COVID-19 AND THREE MORE FATALITIES RECORDED IN SAN ANTONIO
Bexar County authorities recorded seventy-nine additional corona virus incidents & 3 more fatalities on Fri evening. The reported cases reached 2,121 & the sixty-three mortality.
The 3 new fatalities were linked to people also suffering from underlying diseases, an official told the reporter.
Also reported by officials were 1,072 citizens recovered from the infection while 986 are still battling.
At the county prison, 42 corona virus reports were registered, twenty-three were from the community,& 2 additional cases came from a care facility.
Hospitals registered seventy patients with COVID-19, thirty-four cases in the ICU, and twenty-five are on life support.
SAN ANTONIO FOSTER CARE IS BEING INNOVATIVE AND CREATIVE DURING CORONA VIRUS RESTRICTION
After this corona virus outbreak started, Trulight Youth Village, a foster care community which seats approximately Twenty young kids in San Antonio, has needed to get innovative with ideas.
The ministry usually helps credential parents and offer assistance. Its employees recently discovered opportunities to keep the kids occupied.
One such thing, Jane said, was cook-off.
"We had the children come forward with their ingredients," she said. "We needed to create it from scratch."
While cook-off is a pleasant hands-on game, it can also be informative.
Parents are going to come out of separation as prohibitions ease and the kids can comfortably leave this place to a secure home.
Even, seats filling up quickly as requests about violence is increasing.
FORMER SAN ANTONIO MAYOR TAKING OVER AS MISSISSIPPI INSTITUTE PRESIDENT
The former San Antonio leader has become the head of an institution in Mississippi.
Ivy R. Taylor, who served 3 years as San-Antonio's mayor and 5 years in the municipality, was elected president of the Rust Institution on Fri.
Taylor has spent a period at U.T.S.A as an instructor. She is handing over as president of Rust Institution for Dr. David Leo who spent Twenty-Seven years.
A MAN IN AN ARGUMENT KILLED ONE FEMALE AND INJURED OTHER IN A HEATED ARGUMENT AT HAIR SALON
One female was shot dead while the other was being admitted with several knife injuries after a argument turned ugly at a hair salon in Bandera Oaks, cops confirmed Wed.
Police commissioner William Manchus stated policemen were originally sent to the Bandera Roadblock of 11300.
Another lady, who's in her twenties too, informed cops that the same attacker had wounded her.
The female had been hurried to the medical facility was still awake, said Manchus.
The Diesel Hair salon director, Shayne Brown, informed KSAT that his workers were preparing to restart the company as a man came in requesting to arrange an appointment beginning Fri.
MAN BRUTALLY SHOT DEAD IN FRONT OF HIS HOUSE IN SAN ANTONIO
As per San-Antonio cops, a guy was murdered after some unknown person started firing at him in a car, and 2 people outside an Eastside house.
The 3 individuals were identified by cops at about Eleven o'clock in night on Tues. The guy was rushed to the Military Regional hospital, where he expired afterwards. Officials haven't yet named him.
Officials stated eyewitness informed them that individuals were standing in a house's front lawn when a dark red wagon pulled and started shooting.
Two females got slight injuries whereas, the guy was fired in the abdomen and died at the spot.
The car was speeding west on Belinda-Lee, cops stated, and nobody had provided a clear car or offender details.
Many shells of bullets were located along the route, cops confirmed.
The cops have made no specific arrests. Police questioned people on the incident spot and found more details about the perpetrators.
CITY, COUNTY LEADERS ADDRESS EFFORTS
TO SUPPORT COVID-19-AFFECTED SAN ANTONIO BUSINESSES
State and city officials gathered through digital conferencing on Tuesday morning to review current attempts to stop the transmission of COVID-19 in San Antonio and across Bexar City.
The aim of this week's conference was to include a road map for reopening companies in San Antonio hit particularly hard from COVID-19. The Financial Transformation Group submitted a proposal to include direction for Thirteen industries in San Antonio.
Corporations, industries, and associations should have connection to a guidebook to ensure compliant with state rules. The group also suggests that representatives of the cities and counties create a coordinated strategy to assist tiny minority and females-owned businesses.