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    Due to the sensitive nature of mental health matters and in the interest of the privacy of the individual taken to the hospital, the name of the woman referenced in this story has been changed. Additionally, any references to her or her family members have been edited in this article. Body camera footage obtained through an Open Records Request shows two nurses and a doctor at Evans Memorial Hospital in Claxton telling Claxton Police Officers that a woman brought in for a mental health evaluation cannot be seen because the CEO of the hospital at the time had the woman on the ‘black list.’ Jane’s incident occurred only three weeks after the officer-involved shooting which followed a discharge by Evans Memorial of Yassin Mohamed from the emergency room against the pleas of a deputy who told hospital staff Mohamed was a threat to himself and others.  This particular incident occurred on May 27, 2020, at which time Officer Dustin Skipper responded to a call of a woman trying...
    SATELLITE images have revealed the devastating extent of the Mauritius oil spill that can be seen all the way from space. The island nation of Mauritius has declared a “state of environmental emergency” after oil tanker MV Wakashio leaked 1,000 tonnes of fuel into the Indian Ocean. 15The tanker is in the left hand corner, oozing a huge amount of oil into the oceanCredit: AFP or licensors 15 The Japanese-owned carrier ship struck a coral reef two miles from Mauritius' southeast coast, near Pointe d'Esny, on July 25. As the ship's hull slowly breaks apart some of its oil cargo is leaking into the sea as a desperate recuse operation is underway to try and stop it. When the ship first became stuck, the crew were safely evacuated and efforts were made to try and salvage the fuel oil, diesel and lubricant oil that it's carrying. However, these efforts failed and a new crack in the hull has led to environmental disaster. 15A zoomed in satellite image of the leaking tankerCredit: AFP or licensors 15The ship didn't initially leak oil...
    An amazing video showing the comet Neowise, with its shimmering tail as it appears to fly over the Earth, is captured by cameras on the International Space Station.  Formally named C/2020 F3, the comet was discovered in late March by the NEOWISE space telescope and will be visible with the naked eye throughout July. A timelapse video of the 'interplanetary iceberg' was shared on social media by Seán Doran, who turned a 7 minute real time video stream into a 20-second clip.  Neowise is a visitor from the most distant parts of the solar system and as it comes closer to Earth it is a 'once-in-a-lifetime' chance to see it in the night sky.  To view the comet in the UK you'll need to stay up late as it is best viewed at about 02.30 BST in the north-east sky anywhere in the country - just above the horizon. The comet is currently millions of miles away from Earth and during its closest approach on July 23 will still be 64 million miles from the planet. 
    This year the summer solstice will bring a phenomenon of great beauty, an annular eclipse of the Sun, with its characteristic ring of fire, which can be seen tomorrow in Central Africa and parts of Asia, but not in America and only very partially in the Southeast Europe. Annular eclipses occur when the full Moon is placed just in front of the Sun without completely covering it, creating a kind of bright halo or ring of fire around our satellite. However, in most places and for most of its duration, an annular eclipse looks like a partial solar eclipse. The route of this ring of fire eclipse is long, since it can be seen in 14 countries on two continents, but it will also be very narrow. At its widest point, in West Africa, it can only be seen in a strip 85 kilometers wide and the annulment will last between one minute and twenty seconds, says the timeanddate website. The partial eclipse will start at 03.45 GMT west of Nigori (Kenya) and will be canceled from 04.48 GMT, when...
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