Blog Posts in April, 2010

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  • SeaWorld's Recent Fatal Accident Leads to Important Questions

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 30, 2010

    What was once primarily considered a jaw-dropping, inspiring show that demonstrates a seemingly magic connection between human and animal, the Shamu show now inspires more worry than fascination. The recent February death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau has many concerned with the safety of whale trainers around the country's SeaWorlds and other marine parks. Concern is so great that the U.S. ...
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  • Brain Injury Sends Poison Lead Singer, Bret Michaels, to the Hospital

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 26, 2010

    Poison front man Bret Michaels is in critical condition following a severe brain injury, though little else has been released regarding the exact condition of the singer and reality TV star. Michaels was rushed to the hospital last Thursday and is undergoing multiple tests after suffering an intense headache, which some think may have been caused by a subarachnoid hemorrhage. Such a hemorrhage is ...
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  • Wrongful Death, Negligence Suits Filed Against California Nursing Home

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 21, 2010

    Two wrongful death suits and a third lawsuit have been filed by different families against St. Edna Subacute & Rehabilitation Center and its owner, Covenant Care, following alleged misconduct at the Santa Ana home. All three suits claim that the nursing home showed negligence and a lack of care in cases that left two men dead and one woman severely brain damaged. The incidents have sparked ...
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  • Story of 1978 San Diego Plane Crash Covered in New Documentary

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 9, 2010

    It remains California's worst aviation disaster and, at the time, was the deadliest commercial plane crash in American history. Still, for more than 30 years, no one has told the full story of Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) Flight 182. It was September 25, 1978 - a hot day in San Diego. The PSA flight had left Sacramento earlier that morning, stopped briefly in Los Angeles, and was preparing for ...
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