Elmer also is charged with inducing panic for running and hiding from police in the hospital and with vandalism for later kicking out and destroying a hospital window in an attempt to flee. Police from both the hospital system and Toledo police were on scene. Mr. Elmer was held Saturday in the Lucas County jail pending arraignment Monday in Toledo Municipal Court. Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don’t attack other readers personally, and keep your language decent. If a comment violates these standards or our privacy statement or visitor’s agreement , click the “X” in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member.
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OUR GOOD DEEDS: Woman in coma after saving son from drowning
Then the children saw her body floating. They called 911 and emergency responders were able to revive Sorace. She was taken to the hospital in Rosebud, then air lifted to Rapid City Regional Hospital. Rachel is now being cared for at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Lincoln, Neb. She is comatose and has a tracheotomy to help her breathe; she is being fed through a feeding tube. “Every day since that day, Rachel has been fighting for her life,” said Rachel’s sister-in-lawMichele Eagleman. Since that day in May, her mother, Norma Sorace, has been taking care of Rachel’s four children. She also cares for the two children of another daughter who was killed in a wreck two years ago. Money is tight for the family and food is scarce. Norma Sorace has not been able to travel to see her daughter in Nebraska due to a lack of funds and a van that is in dire need of repair. Eagleman has set up an online fundraising account to help Norma Sorace care for her grandchildren.
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Armchair Analyst: The first days of MLS 3.0 and other Week 19 thoughts | MLSsoccer.com
The Era We’ve All Been Waiting For There have been a handful of distinct eras in MLS history. We tend to break it down to “MLS 1.0” and “MLS 2.0,” and every week there’s another benchmark (this column’s new favorite buzzword) that has people declaring “MLS 3.0 is here!” But that whole brush is too broad. If you were around in the Bad Old Days you’d know that MLS 1.0 consisted of a bunch of smaller eras. Here are a few: “Geez, these stadiums are full” (1996) “Geez, these stadiums are empty” (1997-2001) “Oh crap, we’re contracting” (2001-2002) “Name a franchise after a Mexican team? I guess that could work” (2004-2005) And there have been similar dividing lines in the days of MLS 2.0 Toronto fans actually invented MLS support before Seattle fans invented MLS support, which happened just before Portland invented MLS support. Designated Players like Beckham, Blanco, Angel and Donovan paved the way for Designated Players like Henry, Keane, Valeri and Bradley.
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