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Blog Posts in March, 2011

  • 31-Mar-2011

    Energy Drink Hospitalizes Teen

    After drinking two NOS Energy Drinks, Dakota Sailor passed out and his parents rushed him to the hospital. He recovered a few days later. After he had recovered, doctors determined that it was probably the energy drink that was responsible for the ...
  • 30-Mar-2011

    Several High School Students Experience Maladies After Drinking Energy Drinks

    Four Colorado high schools have issued warned to students about the dangers of a new locally-produced energy drink, SPIKE Shooter by Biotest Laboratories, a Colorado Springs company which is marketed in Colorado and California. Reports say that ...
  • 29-Mar-2011

    Energy Drink Possible Cause of Death in Nightclub

    Reports from England say Red Bull is a possible contributor to the death of a student in a nightclub last year. The September 2008 death of Chloe Leach revealed that she drank four cans of the drink along with several VKs - a vodka-based drink that ...
  • 28-Mar-2011

    Former Criminal Defense Attorney On Trial

    A Houston criminal defense attorney is finally in court, three years after a Houston woman mysteriously drowned in her bathtub. The woman, 32-year-old Tara Sganga, was found dead in her bathtub. At the time, her boyfriend, A criminal defense attorney ...
  • 27-Mar-2011

    Man Drowns in Lake Travis

    A man drowned late last year in Lake Travis while parting on the water on what's referred to as a "party barge." The accident, which occurred in the water off of Hi Line Drive in Hudson Bend near Carlos and Charlie's, happened when the victim, ...
  • 27-Mar-2011

    Boy at Country Club Drowns

    Arapahoe County, Colorado authorities were continuing their investigation in the drowning death of a 12-year-old boy who succumbed at the Southglenn Country Club, reports say. Sheriff Department officials reportedly said that the boy died recently ...
  • 26-Mar-2011

    Houston Driver Charged in Drowning Deaths of Five

    A Houston man was charged last year in the deaths of five children in his care who drowned after the car they in which they were riding plunged into a rain-swollen culvert. Chanton Jenkins, 33, was accused of driving drunk and using his cell phone ...
  • 26-Mar-2011

    Family Looks for Answers in Rodeo Ride Death

    The family of Brian Greenhouse, the man who fell from a Houston Livestock and Rodeo roller coaster last week, is searching for answers as the investigation into his death continues, reports say. Reports say that witnesses state the victim was "limp ...
  • 25-Mar-2011

    Missing Beaumont Man's Body Found

    A missing Beaumont man who had a history of seizures was found dead early last month on Galveston Island's west end after disappearing in the water on a Friday night. The man, David Kennedy, 40, was reported missing from Terramar Beach just after 8 ...
  • 25-Mar-2011

    Worker in Santa Fe Auditorium Collapse Dies

    Richard Steinecke II, 21, of New Caney, who was injured last Friday morning by steel beams which had collapsed in a high school auditorium under construction has died, reports say. The worker was evidently killed as a result of both the fall from ...
  • 25-Mar-2011

    Man killed Houston Rodeo Roller Coaster

    A Houston man fell from a roller coaster to his death last week the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo outside of the Reliant Center at around 9 p.m.. Reports say the victim, Brian Greenhouse, fell about 30 feet from the roller coaster called HiMiler, ...
  • 25-Mar-2011

    Drowning Health Club Pool Ruled Accidental

    A recent investigation into the drowning of a boy at a South Austin gym has been ruled accidental, reports say. The family of a four-year-old Austin boy who died after swimming at the outdoor pool at LifeTime Fitness was told recently that the death ...
  • 25-Mar-2011

    Fatal Houston Traffic Accident on Homestead

    The operator of a white Dodge Durango was driving at a high rate of speed northbound on Homestead when she crashed and died. The female victim, 42, of Houston, whose name was not released, crossed an overpass, lost control of the vehicle and hit a ...
  • 24-Mar-2011

    South Texas Workers Hurt When Auditorium Collapses

    A high school auditorium that was under construction collapsed last week, injuring three workers in the south-Texas city of Santa Fe. Emergency crews were called to the Santa Fe High School in the 16000 block of state Highway 6 Friday morning when it ...
  • 24-Mar-2011

    Austin Auto-Pedestrian Crash Kills One

    Austin Police Officers responded to an auto-pedestrian crash in the 6800 block of South Pleasant Valley Road late last month, after a 2007 white Ford F350 tow truck that was driving southbound in the outside lane of the 6800 block of South Pleasant ...
  • 23-Mar-2011

    Homeland Security Pilot Pleads Not Guilty in Drowning Death

    A helicopter pilot working for the Department of Homeland Security pleaded not guilty last month to allegations that he lied to investigators over his role in the 2005 drowning of a would-be illegal immigrant in South Texas, reports say. The pilot, ...
  • 22-Mar-2011

    Fatal Houston Traffic Accident on State Highway 6

    Houston police have been asking for the public's assistance in locating a motorist involved in a fatal hit-and-run traffic accident at 2000 State Highway 6 about 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, February 6 th, reports say. The victim, a male, age unknown, was ...
  • 16-Mar-2011

    Infusion System Recalled

    The infusion system, B. Braun Outlook 400ES Safety Infusion System, Model Number 621-400ES, has been recalled in a U.S. Food and Drug Administration Class I Recall. The FDA claims the hardware in the defective medical device may become unresponsive, ...
  • 15-Mar-2011

    Possible Links to Lymphoma for Breast Implant Patients

    Recent studies now show a possible link between breast implant patients and lymphoma, reports say. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, a type of lymphoma called anaplastic large cell lymphoma has appeared on at least 60 women with ...
  • 15-Mar-2011

    Dog Mauled and Killed at Doggie Daycare

    A toy 30-month old Pomeranian named Annabelle was mauled to death by two beagles earlier this month when she was dropped off at a doggie daycare, reports say. The dog, a 5 pound animal which had evidently been in the You Dirty Dog, the daycare in ...
  • 14-Mar-2011

    Denture Study Allegedly Delayed by Insider

    Reports say that a 2006 study linking zinc poisoning found in denture cream to neuropathy was delayed for nearly two years because one of its reviewers cast doubt on its conclusions. However, reports also say that the reviewer was found to have been ...
  • 13-Mar-2011

    Woman Dies Saving Dog

    Cindy Becker-Watkins, 51, of Auburn, CA, was pronounced dead early this month after being pulled from the water at Portuguese Beach, a sandy stretch of coastline north of Bodega Bay, CA. Becker-Watkins went into the surf after a dog at about 8 a.m. ...
  • 13-Mar-2011

    Thrown Child At Daycare Dies

    Reports say a teacher's assistant became so enraged last week she threw a toddler to the floor, killing him. Melissa Calusinski, 22, allegedly threw 16-month-old Benjamin Kingan to the floor threw when she became frustrated for his being too noisy. ...
  • 12-Mar-2011

    Salmonella Death at Retirement Home

    An assisted living facility in Maine named Quarry Hill were the victims of a Salmonella outbreak where one person died and another was hospitalized for infection, reports say. The death was reported to have occurred on earlier this year at a Maine ...
  • 11-Mar-2011

    Victims of Peanut Salmonella Want Criminal Charges Brought

    In a massive Salmonella outbreak ultimately linked to the Peanut Corporation of America, several victims, or families of victims, want the Justice Department to file criminal charges against PCA, reports say. The Salmonella outbreak sickened ...

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