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Listeriosis Update

Listeriosis Update

first_imgPublic health officials say the confirmed death toll from the listeriosis outbreak is six — all in Ontario. Another six Canadians who died, including one on Vancouver Island, had the bacteria and, tests continue to determine if listeriosis was their cause of death. In all, there are now 26 confirmed cases and, 29 suspected ones. The latest confirmed case in BC is in Cranbrook and, the victim is a woman who had an underlying health condition and, is believed to have contracted the disease from hospital food… In addition, officials expect more cases in the weeks ahead, because listeriosis has an average incubation period of three weeks. However, BC’s Chief Medical Health Officer says the number of cases in this province is not growing. This is Doctor Perry Kendall…. [asset|aid=198|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Kendall-1_1_Pub.mp3] A Fort St. John resident, one of the cases in north, has been transferred to a Vancouver care facility and, one of the five cases are under investigation in Alberta resulted in the death of a Grande Prairie senior citizen, earlier this year.For a complete list of the recalled products click here- Advertisement –last_img read more

Chiefs go on offensive again, 9-3

Chiefs go on offensive again, 9-3

first_imgSouth El Monte (2-2) inched its way back by scoring one run in the second and two in the third. But Santa Fe relievers Johnnie Medrano and Barrios thwarted big-scoring opportunities in the fourth and sixth innings. The Eagles, trailing 6-3, loaded the bases with one out in the fourth. But Medrano struck out Manny Acosta and induced Andrew Barrera to pop out. South El Monte, trailing 7-3, then missed a chance in the sixth with the bases loaded and nobody out. Barrios relieved Medrano and struck out Jose Garay before getting Acosta to ground into a double play. “I told (Barrios) we get three grounds balls and we can get out of here up 7-4,” Hendry said. “We’ll take that. But instead, he throws a great change-up to strike out (Garay) and then we get the double play.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “(Friday) our guys did a great job. A lot of our hits were mostly the other way. We stayed back and used the whole field. We kind of grew up as hitters from Monday to Friday. It was a great job.” The Chiefs wasted little time getting started. They had five hits in the first inning and took a 3-0 lead on a sacrifice fly by Salas and back-to-back RBI singles by Eddie Barrios and Francisco Fuentes. Santa Fe made it 5-0 in the second on a single by Eddie Chavez, a double by Remijio and a two-run single by Salas. “We came through with a lot of two-out hits,” Hendry said. “When you come up with two outs, you have to do it, and we clutched up. “We had hitters clutch up with two outs to drive in runs.” SOUTH EL MONTE – Santa Fe High School’s early-season hitting woes appear to be a thing of the past. The Chiefs’ baseball team, fresh off a 7-2 victory over Montebello in which it had nine hits, continued to look good offensively Friday, collecting 12 hits in a 9-3 victory over host South El Monte in the Montebello Tournament third-place game. center_img Catcher Derek Remijio went 3 for 3 with a double and triple and scored a run, and designated hitter Anthony Salas was 1 for 3 with three RBIs for Santa Fe (2-1-1), which led 5-1 after two innings before putting the issue to rest with a run in the sixth and two in the seventh. “It was nice,” Santa Fe coach Steve Hendry said. “We came out swinging early. The best thing about it was (South El Monte’s pitchers) were very similar to what we saw on Monday against John Glenn, who didn’t throw hard and kept us off-balance with off-speed stuff, and we never adjusted and got shut out on one hit. last_img read more