“I wish I could turn back time, even switch places,” said the baby’s father James Alvarez. “She did not deserve this for something so like irresponsible, so inconsiderate and I just hope justice will happen.”
Police say Pandolfi was driving under the influence in a Tuesday night crash at Katella Avenue and Bayless Street that killed 23-year-old Yesenia Aguilar of Anaheim. Aguilar was pregnant, and her daughter was delivered via emergency C-section immediately after the crash. The baby remains in critical condition at UCI Medical Center.
According to the initial information, the motorbike transporting Nguyen Thi Mai Khanh, 46, and Pham Thi Toi, 50, was hit by a train while running from Vu Thuong residential area to National Highway 5.
“We would encourage everyone to be aware of the risks and safe operation of electrical home appliances and especially of extension cables.
The country was already in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which were on the verge of collapse.
HONOLULU (AP) — A former psychiatric social worker at Kauai Community Correctional Center was forced out of her job for trying to protect female inmates from a warden who allegedly subjected them to sexual humiliation and discrimination, her attorney told jurors at the start of trial in her lawsuit Tuesday.
“Although LeGend’s suspected murderer has been arrested, Operation Legend will go on,” Barr said in his statement. “Inspired by this success, federal law enforcement will continue working tirelessly to support state and local partners in our shared mission to keep the American people safe and enforce the rule of law.”
Senior police officer Kamal Pant said the protesters burned public and police vehicles and attacked the house of a local politician whose relative was accused of posting remarks online reportedly involving the Prophet Muhammad. The post has since been deleted, he said.
In January, at least 36 people were killed in the collapse of a building under construction in the southern city of Kep, with 23 others rescued alive. Women and children were among the victims, since it is not unusual in Southeast Asia for the families of construction workers to live at the work site.
Many women who killed their abusive partners decades ago ended up with prison terms for life. That changed in 2012 when a new California law allowed the women to go back to the parole board or court and show evidence they were defending themselves from abuse.