Christopher Combs, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s San Antonio division, told The Associated Press on Monday that investigators are looking for a dialogue with the bomber. He notes that the stakes “went up a lot” on Sunday with the bomber’s use of a tripwire. Two men were seriously injured..
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“We went to him (Owen Sound Police Chief Bill Sornberger) to see what he could do for the area, but he was unable at that time to quote us,” Kurz said. “I checked with him the other night and there was no change. He was going to send some material when he ready to start expanding dispatch, but March 31 is coming awfully fast and he not ready.
According to the charging document, an officer was called to the area of Hillcrest and Claremont roads for a report of a child riding on top of a minivan holding down a plastic pool. The caller who reported the incident followed the minivan and watched as the driver pulled over, put the pool and the boy inside the vehicle, and then drove off.Another officer stopped Schmunk, and she reportedly said she had her son ride on the roof for a short time, “maybe 20 to 30 seconds,” and that she thought it was “OK” because her dad let her do similar things when she was young.Schmunk allegedly said the pool was put on the roof because there wasn enough room inside the vehicle. She put the pool on the roof but didn have a way to strap it down, so she had her son climb on the roof and hold the pool down as she drove..
The way we know that there are 15,000 people who die every year in this country because of HIV, we should know how many people die because of infections they got in the hospital,” says Ramanan Laxminarayan, a senior fellow at the social sciences think tank Resources for the Future. He and his colleagues wanted to find out how many people became sickened by pneumonia or sepsis (a life threatening infection that has spread throughout the body) while they were hospitalized. They looked at 69 million hospital discharge records from 40 states between 1998 and 2006.