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Man Drowns While Trying to Save Friend

When 21-year-old Gregory Minetti began having trouble coming ashore during a storm near Newport, RI, his 23-year-old friend jumped in to try to save him. He drowned instead. Nicholas Napolitano, 23, died Sunday in Newport in an attempt to save a friend from drowning. The incident began when the 21-year-old jumped from a rocky ledge into the roiling water, but immediately began struggling in the 6-8-foot waves. Instead of waiting for the firefighters, who had recently been summoned, Napolitano jumped…

US Agencies Investigate Sprout-Related Salmonella

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Disease Control have been investigating a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis infections linked to alfalfa sprouts, reports the CDC website. Although there is no connection between this Salmonella outbreak and European E. coli outbreak, the basic symptoms are the same and the dangers are still present. As of June 27, 2011, a total of 21 people infected with the strain of Salmonella Enteritidis have been reported from 5 states, including…

Fatal Traffic Accident on Houston’s Katy Freeway

Houston police were investigating a fatal traffic accident that occurred at 5200 Katy Freeway, also known as West Interstate Highway 10, on the service road early in the morning last month. Two victims were in a gold Chevrolet pickup truck traveling at a high rate of speed in the eastbound lanes of the Katy Freeway, when their truck veered across two lanes, across the right shoulder and then up into a grassy area surrounding an entrance ramp from the feeder…

Mid-July Salmonella Outbreak Reported

personal injury attorneyThe CDC reported that 99 individuals infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Agona have been reported from 23 states since the middle of July, with the outbreak linked to fresh whole papayas imported from Mexico by Agromod Produce, Inc. of McAllen, Texas. Agromod voluntarily recalled the papayas, which were imported from Mexico and distributed nationwide and to Canada through retail stores and wholesalers. But the CDC warned that contaminated papayas could still be in grocery stores and…

Toddler’s Hot Tub Drowning Called Accidental

St. Joseph, , police have ruled a hotel hot tub drowning of a three-year-old boy and accident, as indicated from a recent autopsy performed on the boy. The death of Parker James Wilson, who died earlier this month that occurred while Parker was visiting St. Joseph’s Ramada Inn Monkey Cove Water Park with his grandparents and siblings, The accident occurred while the grandfather was watching two other children at a water slide . When he noticed that Parker had slid…

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