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    Officials shut down a portion of the park while emergency crews remained at the scene. Here's a local news report about the incident: Four in Critical Condition After Lightning Strikes Close to White House www.youtube.com
    AN urgent weather warning has been issued for 100million Americans as life-threatening temperatures hit the US. The mercury levels are expected to soar up to as high as 113F, which is currently hotter than the Sahar Desert. 1A heatwave is beginning in the US on TuesdayCredit: The Weather Channel Heat alerts are covering more than 20 US states on Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures are expected to reach more than 100 degrees for 60 million people in the next week. "Dangerous heat will continue to impact a large portion of the U.S. this week, with now more than 100 million people under excessive warnings or heat advisories," according to a statement from the Weather Prediction Center. Officials say the heat will largely affect the southern Plains, the lower Mississippi Valley, the central Plains, and the lower Missouri Valley. A parallel heatwave has been sweeping Europe this week, resulting in the closing of Spain's railway, according to CNN. READ MORE WEATHERPUPPY PATROL This is what you should do if you see a dog trapped in a hot carBOILING POINT Sun...
    A BRIAN-eating amoeba has been found in a Missouri patient shocking doctors who are sounding the alarm about the rare, life-threatening infection. The unidentified man is hospitalized at a Jefferson City hospital after coming down with the brain-eating amoeba known as Naegleria fowleri. 1A Missouri man is in intensive care after coming down with the brian-eating amoeba known as Naegleria fowleriCredit: Getty Images - Getty According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Naegleria is a single-celled ameba that can cause a rare, life-threatening brain infection called primary amebic meningoencephalitis. The CDC says the amoeba lives in warm freshwaters, such as lakes, rivers, ponds, hot springs and soil. Naegleria fowleri infects people when water containing the ameba enters the body through the nose. The ameba then travels up the nose to the brain, where it destroys the brain tissue. Read more in The US SunLAUNCH READY Elon's dad hints at son's presidential ambitions & says CEO would win electionBEAST OF THE DEEP Russia launches longest EVER sub built to fire radioactive tsunami nukes Health officials in Missouri believe the...
    THREE people have suffered life-threatening injuries after a gunman opened fire into a crowd of up to 100 people, reports say. Cops revealed that at least nine people have been wounded after shots were fired at a Phoenix strip mall early on June 4. 2Three people have suffered life-threatening injuries after a gunman opened fire in Phoenix, ArizonaCredit: Fox10 2Cops do not know how many shooters were involved as they comb the scene for cluesCredit: Fox10 Sgt. Andy Williams, of Phoenix Police, said cops believe an argument sparked the shooting, KALB reported. A teen boy was among those shot but he’s expected to survive, CBS5 reported. The victims are believed to be between the ages of 17-24, according to police. Punters were reportedly inside and outside a building where a gathering was taking place when shots were heard. read more on shootingsSAVED Moment terrified school kids are rescued by cops after horror Texas shootingSHOCK CLAIMS Ex-federal agent "may have known of Buffalo mass shooting in advance" It’s not known how many shooters were involved in the incident but police believe...
    Eleven people have been injured - two of them critically - after a car crashed into a food truck in Austin, Texas on Friday night. The incident took place shortly after 8pm at 1800 Barton Springs Rd, Austin's EMS said. They confirmed that nine people were taken to hospital - two with potentially life-threatening injuries, and seven with less severe injuries.  The crash, near Butler Metro Park, happened after two vehicles collided, the emergency services agency said.  Eyewitnesses told KVUE that a a white pick-up truck was speeding and hit a turning sedan, with the sedan spinning off the road and hitting the Holla Mode food truck.  The white pick-up then careened onto the sidewalk, into a nearby bicycle rack. Mike Marut, a reporter with KVUE, tweeted: 'Talking to a Chuy's employee and manager who ran outside right after it happened, they tell me they saw people trapped under the silver car.  'Deaf and hard of hearing people were outside, didn't hear the crash, and were hit. Manager described one with a severe leg injury.'  A spokesman for Austin police...
    PARENTS have been warned to keep babies away from people with colds to avoid a life-threatening bug. The UK Health and Security Agency (UKHSA) says RSV can be dangerous for little ones. 1Babies should be kept away from people with common colds, health officials sayCredit: Getty It says ideally, people with colds should stay away from newborn babies, premature babies, children under two years old with heart or lung conditions, and those with weakened immune systems. As a parent, you ask that anyone who handles your child washes their hands regularly. Smoking around babies and children is also not advised - especially if they are unwell. Dr Conall Watson, Consultant Epidemiologist for the UK Health Security Agency, said: “For most people RSV means a common cold. Read more on children's healthSICKNESS BUG Warning as norovirus on the rise in schools - the 6 signs you need to know “But it is easily spread and is the leading cause of bronchiolitis in infants – inflammation of small airways in the lungs.  “Most cases clear up without treatment, but it can lead...
    A double stabbing left two adults seriously injured early Sunday morning in San Jose. The stabbings happened shortly after midnight in the 2000 block of Gold Street, according to the San Jose Police Department. Both people were hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Police released few other details about the incident, including the conditions of the two people injured, as well as if anyone was being sought in connection with the stabbings. Check back for updates.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS) — Two people have been hospitalized after a fire in an upstairs apartment in Sacramento. According to a tweet from the Sacramento Fire Department, fire crews were called out to a structure fire on the 6000 block of Land Park Dr. shortly before 4:00 a.m. READ MORE: Nevada Union High School Teachers 'No Show' After School Board Vote Lifts Mask EnforcementUpon arrival, they found that there was a heavy fire on the backside of the building and two people laying on the ground outside who appeared to have jumped from the balcony to escape the fire. READ MORE: Hundreds Of Volunteers Cover Sacramento County To Identify Homeless CountCrews have knocked down the fire and the victims were transported to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The cause of the fire is under investigation. MORE NEWS: Sacramento Police Officer Accused Of Secretly Recording Women 
    A patient is transported out of an ambulance in front of the emergency room of the Cotugno Infectious hospital, which has been overwhelmed due to the Covid-19 Omicron variant, Campania, Italy, Jan. 6, 2022.Salvatore Laporta | KONTROLAB | LightRocket | Getty Images The World Health Organization on Tuesday said the Covid omicron variant can result in life-threatening illness for the unvaccinated, the elderly and people with underlying conditions. Dr. Mike Ryan, director of the WHO's health emergencies program, said unvaccinated people face a higher risk that an omicron infection will make them severely sick and and possibly even kill them. "Omicron still represents a massive threat to their life and a massive threat to their health," Ryan said of the unvaccinated during a Q&A livestreamed on WHO's social media channels Tuesday. Ryan said vaccinated people, on the other hand, generally experience mild illness if they get a breakthrough infection. "People should really look at this in terms of really seriously considering getting out there and getting vaccinated," Ryan said. Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's Covid-19 technical lead, said the elderly...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — At least one person was killed and two people were seriously injured Tuesday when an ambulance collided with a dump truck in northern Minnesota. The Minnesota State Patrol says the T-bone crash happened around 10:20 a.m. in Lawrence Township, about 30 miles west of Hibbing. Investigators say the dump truck was traveling east on County Road 57 and slammed into the side of the ambulance at the intersection of County Road 336. The driver of the ambulance, 28-year-old Kimberly Fay Hake of Cohasset, suffered life-threatening injuries. She was brought to Grand Itasca Hospital for treatment. Two other people were in the ambulance, and at least one of them was killed. Investigators say the fatality/fatalities involved people not wearing a seat belt. The names of these two passengers have yet to be released. The driver the dump truck, 67-year-old Jeffery Elvin Ekholm of Nashwauk, also suffered life-threatening injuries. He was brought to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the crash.   More On...
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