Like I was on the cusp a few times tonight and my eyes were getting larger as I tried to beat the clock, Backes said. Complete game I feel we have played. Goal was a controversial one at 12:32 of the first. She was in cardiac arrest when emergency responders reached the scene. They immediately began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on her. She was loaded into an ambulance and rushed to Geisinger Medical Center in Danville.The driver of the truck, a woman, believed to be in her 30s from Ontario, Canada, was taken by ambulance to the UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center.
My house is clean, I just have to do the turkey,” said San Jose resident Carol TousleyThe big draw at Zanotto is the big bird in a bag a very big bird for some people.”We went kind of crazy on the turkey, it 24 pounds,” said Chessa Strangis, who drove from Morgan Hill to pick up her family turkey.No need to be shy about size, as all types and shapes of turkey are prepped and ready for the oven.”We seasoning the turkeys for the families, so all they gotta (do is) come, pick the turkey up and put it in the over,” said Zanotto store manager Jesus Beltran.The trip from market to kitchen may be daunting, as Triple A officials say 5.3 million Californians are hitting the road for the holiday. Some travelers aren visiting family, but checking on those in need.”My mom died last year and I became homeless,” said a woman identifying herself as Momma G. She is homeless and lives in downtown San Jose.Under the 87 Freeway in Downtown San Jose, Sergeant Ben Torres and officer Frank Orabuena are doing community outreach.”Building a relationship with these people, later on, when we do deal with them, it kind of easier, talking to them person to person, rather than them thinking, here the police come, said officer Frank Orabuena.Backpacks with needed items such as socks and flashlights help combine the season of giving with the day of giving thanks.”I think it wonderful.
Ory, administration/nurse practitioner. $50 Ladd Johnson, business owner; Stuart H. Bartholomew, retired; David and Kim Guzzetti, retired; James E. One of our biggest challenges, that after 16 years there a lot to fix, said James. Are a lot of pressures. I completely understand the impatience of people to want things fixed overnight.
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