के सभी प्रकाशन Emma . लॉस एंजेलिस , संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिक
Two suspects arrested after a high-speed pursuit through South LA, multiple vehicles damaged
A man along with a woman was involved in a pursuit leaving many others injured and destroying their way across South Los Angeles. The driver was at a speed of more than 100 mph and damaged multiple vehicles during that erratic police chase. Scott Reiff told that AIR HD started tracking the pursuit in the Monterey Park region where the driver reached up to 100mph. From 10:30 am, the drivers were involved in their destructive driving, followed by police, and they drove past residential streets, taking very sharp turns and blowing through the intersections. The driver circled S. Central Avenue, appeared to lose control of the truck, regained control, and avoided a spike strip put by the officers and this chase continued to 110 Freeway. The truck almost missed many vehicles before running into a sedan. A driver in the pick-up truck tried to block the suspect near E. Florence Avenue. Smoke emitted from the vehicle’s backside and the vehicle driver rammed into the other truck. They continued to Florence, and after some time, the rear tire blew. The suspects continued driving on the rim with less speed. The worn-out rim caught fire, the driver and passenger jumped off and were immediately arrested.
A family in Glendale, sued a medical facility with the blame of the death of their loved one
Now, a family is blaming the nursing home for the death of their loved ones. For this, they filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility on Thursday.
According to the suit, the nursing home practiced inadequate safety conditions during the pandemic.
Ricardo Saldana was living in the Glenhaven Healthcare in Glendale, and then a 77-year-old man contracted COVID-19.
"They put a patient with COVID-19 in my dad's room. They killed my dad," said Jackie Saldana.
Jackie, his father, suffered a stroke six years ago and was relatively healthy until the pandemic arrived. And the family said that he would have stayed safe and healthy if Glenhaven had kept proper precautions at the time of the pandemic outbreak.
The family also claimed that a nurse who was exposed to Coronavirus at another facility was serving in the Glenhaven facility.
Now Saldana family is suing the facility for elder abuse, willful misconduct, and negligence.
Scott Glovsky, the family's attorney, said that Ricardo is just one of the 10 cases of deaths due to COVID-19 in the facility, but the Los Angeles County Public Health Department had reported only five such deaths.
"His death has hit me like 100 knives going in my heart. My family is devastated," Jackie said.
Pilot died in a plane crash in Santa Maria school ground
A single-engine plane crashed on the ground of a school in the Santa Maria killing the pilot, said authorities. The flight departed from Van Nuys.
At around 10:45 a.m., the single-engine Cirrus SR20 crashed near the basketball court, on the grounds of Ralph Dunlap Elementary school.
The doorbell camera in the neighborhood captured the loud sound of the crash. The camera also captured a parachute coming to the ground, followed by a scene of black snow rising from the area.
The aircraft caught fire after falling to the ground.
The plane departed from Van Nuys Airport to come to Santa Maria airport. The pilot was the only person on board. No injuries were reported on the ground.
The authorities did not release the identity of the pilot.
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash.