A teenager who was denied a lung transplant because he had traces of marijuana in his system has died after failed surgery. Riley Hancey, 19, from Salt Lake City, needed a double lung transplant after a battle with a heavy flu led to pneumonia, before he then contracted the rare fatal lung infection in November 2016. Hancey, who was working in Utah for his brother at a ski resort, needed emergency surgery and was placed on the transplant list by the University of Utah Hospital.
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NEW YORK -- A witness says she saw what led up to tense moments that were captured on video Friday aboard an American Airlines flight. Passengers say an American Airlines flight attendant hit a mother of twins with a stroller during boarding of the aircraft, which was preparing to leave for Dallas from San Francisco. Passenger Olivia Morgan said she saw the male flight attendant wrestling the stroller away from the woman, CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports. “He rips it away from her, and it almost hits her little baby’s head,” Morgan said. “I said to him something like, ‘What are you doing? You almost hit that baby in the head!’” Morgan said. “And then he was just
Beijing appears to be sending fresh signals about its view on North Korea, in order to convince Trump to take less aggressive action.
Authorities said it happened in 30 seconds: A throng of up to 60 juveniles mobbed a Bay Area Rapid Transit train Saturday in Oakland and mugged passengers. At least two people were injured and required medical attention. The youngsters were spotted by witnesses hastily jumping over fare gates before boarding a Dublin-bound train just after 9:20 p.m. at the Coliseum Station on San Leandro Street, according the BART Police Department. Once the minors entered the train, police said, they swarmed passengers and robbed six people by force. Another passenger was robbed on the railway platform. Authorities said a purse, duffel bag and five cellphones were taken during the robberies. At least two passengers
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A remote area in Afghanistan barely shows signs from the US military’s “Mother of All Bombs,” its largest non-nuclear device ever deployed in combat - a scarred mountainside, burned trees and ruined mud-brick structures. Images and video from the blast site also offer little evidence of how much human damage it inflicted, though Afghan officials last week said 94 militants were killed, Reuters reported. Since the GBU-43 Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb was dropped on a fortified tunnel complex used by suspected ISIS jihadists in Nangarhar province, access to the site has been controlled by US and Afghan troops battling the terror group. A witness viewed the site from several hundred yards away because the US military said that continued fighting prevented reporters or independent investigators from getting close.