The concoction has less to do with pigskins or gridirons than with making a cocktail using coconut water.
Joseph O'Brien 4 p.m., March 29
Rosarito Police apprehend wanted American (Uniradio Informa, 2/11/13)
Playas de Rosarito, BC - The Director of Municipal Public Security, Francisco Castro, reported Rosarito police apprehended an American citizen allegedly responsible for the homicide of his mother and sexual abuse of a minor.
He said municipal officers arrested a driver speeding in a vehicle on bulevar Benito Juárez this morning. The driver was a U.S. citizen, Garcia Nicholas Glenn, 28, who verbally and physically attacked police officers.
The elements apprehended him and he was transferred to the Municipal facilities of Public Safety where they obtained from the Collaboration Conventions that exist with the American Consular authorities, data and fingerprints in the database of the United States authorities, which resulted in finding Garcia Nicholas Glenn had an arrest warrant from the State of California as the suspect in the crime of sexual abuse of a minor. Subsequently, the detainee stated he has another arrest warrant in the State of Arizona for having beaten his mother to death with a bat.
Francisco Castro reported that contact was established with Arizona State to verify that information and arranged for the consular authorities extradite Garcia Nicholas Glenn. The alleged detainee was placed at the disposal of the National Migration Institute (Inami) that will deliver García Nicholas Glenn to the United States Marshals Service.
Francisco Castro stressed that these actions were a result of the constant surveillance and timely intervention of Rosarito Police which in accordance with the instructions of Mayor Javier Robles Aguirre, maintain and implement permanent security strategies with the aim of preserving the legality and order in Playas de Rosarito. http://www.uniradioinforma.com/noticias/policiaca/articulo173534.html
Two die in BC from cold weather (Uniradio Informa, 2/10/13)
Tijuana, BC - In Baja California two persons were reported dead: one by hypothermia and another by CO poisoning and/or other gas. Since the beginning of the cold season, the Ministry of Health (SSA) has recorded 50 deaths by hypothermia, poisoning by carbon monoxide (CO) and burns in different States within the country.
In a statement, it was reported: 26 deaths occurred in Chihuahua: 11 by hypothermia, 12 by CO poisoning and/or other gas and three by burns; 12 people died in Sonora: two by hypothermia, nine by CO poisoning and/or other gas and one by burns; In Coahuila 4 were killed: two by hypothermia and two by CO poisoning and/or other gas; Durango reported one death by hypothermia; Baja California had two: one by hypothermia and another by CO poisoning and/or other gas; in Zacatecas, two: one by hypothermia and another by CO poisoning and/or other gas; In Tamaulipas: one died by CO poisoning and/or other gas; In Puebla: one by hypothermia and one in Nuevo León by carbon monoxide poisoning.
The SSA highlighted that it keeps epidemiological surveillance throughout the country in the cold season, especially in regions where the lowest temperatures are recorded and issued recommendations for the population.
They said that to reduce associated risks it is important to be careful with heating systems so as to not breathe gases that cause poisoning and maintain ventilation in rooms where there are heat sources such as fireplaces, heaters, stoves or cookers. Similarly, they asked people if they have to use candles, do not leave them on and be careful with them, as they may cause a fire, and make sure that coal, electric and gas stoves are away from curtains. It recommended, among other things, to provide extra care to children and older adults, as well as people with chronic diseases, because they are the most vulnerable to respiratory diseases in this era. http://www.uniradioinforma.com/noticias/bajacalifornia/articulo173078.html
Fundadores Hospital closed (Uniradio Informa, 2/10/13 by José Luis Camarillo)
TIJUANA, BC - A hospital located on Bulevar Fundadores was closed due to the fact that it did not have the necessary documentation, reported John Montesinos, Inspector de Bomberos Tijuana. He said that inspection was started after they had to move to a man who suffered an electric shock from there to the Red Cross of Tijuana.
"It was reported a patient with blunt hemorrhage was brought to the hospital and we did not know if attention was given to the patient or if it was denied, and subsequently our units moved him to the Red Cross," he said.
He said that after a thorough inspection, it was discovered that there was no existing documentation as required for the support of regulations. It was also noted that the place did not have the necessary security measures. He said the hospital can now only offer medical consultations. http://www.uniradioinforma.com/noticias/tijuana/articulo173284.html