At least seven people were injured Thursday night after a car crashed into Taqueria Los Pericos restaurant in Dublin, Ca., at the East Bay strip mall.
The incident was reported just after 6 p.m. at 7474 Village Pkwy.
A dark colored Ford Mustang plowed through the restaurant’s glass windows facing the parking lot and came to a stop inside. Continue reading
New York City doctor, Craig Spencer, who has tested positive for Ebola rode the A, L, and No. 1 subway lines, went running, used an Uber livery cab, and went to a bowling alley in Williamsburg called the Gutter Wednesday night, said Dr. Mary Bassett, the city’s health commissioner.
He also visited the High Line park in Manhattan at some point, she said. He began exhibiting a fever and diarrhea on Thursday morning.
In a statement, Doctors Without Borders said that the doctor and his fiance on Thursday morning followed guidelines by reporting his fever immediately to the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization, which then alerted the city’s Health Department.
NYC doctor Dr. Craig Spencer, has been diagnosed with Ebola, directly after attending this week’s CMJ Music Marathon..
Spencer, attended two Williamsburg venues last night that are hosting CMJ events, the Gutter and Brooklyn Bowl.
Tonight’s Goodnight Records showcase at the Gutter (featuring performances from Heaven, Big Sleep, Friend Roulette, and Sun Club) has been cancelled in the wake of this news. Continue reading
A patient has been admitted to TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, TN., over Ebola-like symptoms.
Local news reporter, FOX 17’s Meagan O’Halloran who reported from the hospital, saw emergency vehicles and people in Hazmat suits. A hospital spokesperson has said that no one at the hospital has Ebola. The ambulance was observed being decontaminated.
NYC doctor Dr. Craig Spencer, who is isolated in a hospital diagnosed with Ebola, the night before, ran around New York City taking Uber rides to bars and bowling alleys.
After Spencer was hospitalized he mentioned to authorities that he had been “self-monitoring.”
Dr. Spencer recently returned from Guinea, one of the worst-hit Ebola outbreak nations in West Africa. Continue reading
The demand for Netflix‘ red envelope DVDs has dropped dramatically, compared to that of 2011, which is why the company is now closing a call center in Hillsboro, Oregon.
The Netflix call center focused on servicing its DVD subscription business, now they will let go the 188 employees that remained. The Hillsboro facility opened in 2006 and quickly staffed up to around 300.
Three people have been killed after a small plane and a helicopter collided near the Frederick Municipal Airport, according to Maryland State Police.
One small plane and one helicopter collided, according to officials.
Two other people have been taken to a trauma center in Hagerstown, official said. h/t wusa9 Continue reading
Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan is testing a doctor, Craig Spencer, who was working in Africa with Doctors Without Borders for possible Ebola infection.
**UPDATE: NYC Doctor Tests Positive For Ebola**
“Today, EMS HAZ TAC Units transported a patient to Bellevue Hospital who presented a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms,” Health Commissioner Mary Bassett said in a statement. Continue reading
A New York City federal judge has restricted bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza‘s travel during his eight month stint at a community confinement center in San Diego.
D’Souza was already confined to spend each night at the center, but now he will no longer be able to leave San Diego County.
The ruling came after a hearing was held over D’Souza’s probation officer giving him permission to travel to New York City for an interview with the Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly. Continue reading