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Subject: Spray your way to better health
Date: Fri Jan 24 11:19:47 MST 2014

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le on an adjacent parking garage roof, one of the officials said.Officers from multiple agencies bent down to check on Hernandez before moving on, officials said.Police broadcast over their radios that Ciancia was in custody at 9:25 a.m., five minutes after Hernandez was shot in the chest. That's when a nearly 26-year veteran Los Angeles police officer checked on Hernandez several times, repeatedly telling officers who came by from various agencies "he's dead," according to one of the law enforcement officials.It's unclear whether the officer was qualified to determine Hernandez was dead. No officers rendered first aid on scene, according to surveillance video reviewed by the officials. Finally, airport police put Hernandez in a wheelchair and ran him to an ambulance.Trauma surgeon David Plurad said Hernandez had no signs of life when he arrived at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Doctors worked for about an hour to revive him despite significant blood loss."When somebody is shot and they're bleeding to death, lifesaving skills need to be implemented immediately, in a couple minutes, and they're very simple, pressure dressings, tourniquets, adequate bandages to stop the bleeding," said Dr. Lawrence E. Heiskell, an emergency physician for 27 years and a reserve police officer for 24 years who founded the state and federally approved International School of Tactical Medicine.Responding to a situation with a shooter on the loose has changed sin ed by the holy man's dream.However, the Geological Survey of India has said it found signs of heavy metal about 66 feet underground before deciding to dig in the area in Unnao district, about 50 miles southwest of the state's capital of Lucknow.Mishra said Friday that appeared to have been an error.The state-run Archaeological Survey of India found some artifacts and reached sediments of calcium carbonates in the first trench, Mishra said.There was no hope of finding any archaeological objects beyond that as the diggers hit rocks in the second trench, he told The Associated Press."There is no indication of (the presence) any alloy as reported by the GSI team," Mishra said in his report.