Robotic device burned a woman’s small intestine during surgery, lawsuit alleges

Robotic device burned a woman’s small intestine during surgery, lawsuit alleges

A robotic device burned and tore a woman’s small intestine while she was undergoing surgery for colon cancer, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed this week in Florida.The woman, Sandra Sultzer, developed abdominal pain and fever after her surgery in September 2021 and needed additional procedures to close the tear, the lawsuit said. The…

Prayers Up! Two Dead After Jet Crashes On I-75 Highway In Florida

Prayers Up! Two Dead After Jet Crashes On I-75 Highway In Florida

Two people have been killed after a jet crash-landed onto a highway in Florida. RELATED: UPDATE: 2 Chainz Speaks Out After Being Hospitalized Due To Car Crash Here’s What Reportedly Occurred According to NBC 2 News and Weather, a Bombardier Challenger 600 jet was traveling over Florida from Ohio. The outlet reports that the jet was…

Florida schools piloting YEAR-ROUND classes…

Florida schools piloting YEAR-ROUND classes…

Three Florida school districts are shifting some schools to a year-round calendar as part of a pilot program designed to test the possibility for all schools. Schools in Marion County, Alachua County, and Brevard County were selected to participate in a pilot program approved by lawmakers last year to test the concept of year-found schools…

Will Lester, longtime AP journalist in South Carolina, Florida and Washington, dies at age 71

Will Lester, longtime AP journalist in South Carolina, Florida and Washington, dies at age 71

Updated [hour]:[minute] [AMPM] [timezone], [monthFull] [day], [year]   COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Will Lester, a longtime reporter and editor for The Associated Press who played a critical role in the news organization’s 2000 election-night decision not to call the presidential race, died Wednesday. He was 71. According to his family, Lester died unexpectedly at his…

Jack Smith May Consider Emergency Injunction in Donald Trump Case

Jack Smith May Consider Emergency Injunction in Donald Trump Case

The chief prosecutor in Donald Trump’s classified documents case may seek an emergency injunction to prevent the public release of top secret government files, a law professor has said.The case concerns a huge stash of classified papers found at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Trump is currently awaiting trial on charges that he was illegally…