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Be Aware: Understand the Most Commonplace Summertime Injuries

Be Aware:Understand the Most Commonplace Summertime Injuries Even though COVID-19 stay at home directives loom over most the United States, there is increasing talk – even among acclaimed infectious disease specialists – that we are likely to begin seeing easing of the isolation orders associated with the coronavirus pandemic within coming weeks. In other words, odds are growing a bit stronger every day that most people in the United States will be able to engage in certain activities typically associated…

Car Chase Ends With Border Patrol Drowning Rescue

After leading Starr County authorities on a wild chase, a suspected smuggler jumped out of his car and into the river in an evident attempt to escape into Mexico. But he was exhausted and went under water. When he started calling for help, and Border Patrol agent jumped into the water to rescue him, where he was plucked from the river’s dangerous currents by a Border Patrol agent and a police officer. The suspect is now reportedly in custody and…

Woman Drowns New River Gorge National River Rafting Accident

A woman on a whitewater rafting trip drowned earlier this month when the raft she was in flipped in a class III rapid on the New River Gorge National River, reports say. The woman, Judy Brown, of Cumberland, MD, was thrown into the water with several other passangers at the Upper Railroad Rapid as she took an Alpine Adventures rafting trip down the river on July 16th. Brown swam part of the rapids, but became trapped at a point known…

Body Found in Trinity River is Missing Man

Reports say the body recovered from the Elm Fork of the Trinity River is that of Hwanyeo Park of Coppell, TX. Coppell police had been searching for the man, reported missing since May 3rd. Park was reportedly last seen leaving his home around 2 p.m. on May 3. Family members reported him missing late that same that evening. Park, 84, who only spoke Korean, typically walked in the afternoon, leaving around 2 p.m. and returning typically by 6 p.m. When…

Woman Given Tragic Advice on 911 Call

An Ohio woman drowned last month when information she was given from the 911 operator after floodwaters swept her Volkswagen Beetle into an Ohio creek kept her in the car instead of trying to save herself by getting out of the submerged vehicle. The woman, Lisa Roswell of Norwalk drowned February 28 of this year after she called 911 for help. On the recording of the call, the Norwalk police 911 dispatcher told Roswell to stay in her sinking car….

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