News Roundup July 13, 2017
A tourist has died at one of the world’s most dangerous airports.
The woman – a 57-year-old New Zealander – was reportedly watching a plane take off from the notorious Princess Juliana Airport in St Maarten when she was knocked over by the thrust from one of its engines.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just ordered Takata to order the recall of another 2.7 million potentially defective airbag inflators, a move that will cover vehicles sold by Ford, Mazda, and Nissan.
Rat lungworm might sound like something out of a dystopian novel like “Hunger Games,”
While normally quite rare, a new study has found that the rat lungworm parasite is spreading. While traditionally only found in very warm climates (such as Hawaii and southern Florida), researchers have just found that the parasite is thriving in five northern Florida counties.
According to court documents, a federal judge has ruled that the family of Perry Cohen can file a lawsuit against the family of Austin Stephanos in state court.
The state opened a criminal investigation in December of Austin’s mother for possible child neglect. Investigators found probable cause to charge Carly Black, but the state attorney said there was not enough proof.