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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 5:50 pm    Post subject: FLORIDA NEWS  Reply with quote

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8 people were shot in Orlando FLORIDA office building
Nov.  2009  
Police have surrounded a Florida high-rise after gun shots were reportedly fired.
The Legions Place office building in downtown Orlando was ordered on lockdown Friday afternoon as officers began a floor-by-floor evacuation.
One person was killed and at least seven others were wounded in a shooting incident inside a downtown Orlando high-rise building Friday morning, authorities said.
Quoting emergency dispatchers, NBC station WESH-TV of Orlando reported that the incident began about 11:30 a.m. ET on the fourth floor of the Gateway Center at 1000 Legion Place near Lake Ivanhoe.

All patients were taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center. At least four of the eight patients were reported to be seriously wounded.
NBC News said the situation was under control. It was not immediately clear whether that meant the shooter was among dead or wounded.
Gateway Center is a 16-story office building that was built in 1999.
Interstate 4 eastbound has been shut down while police converge on the area.

He had been fired from his job 2 years ago, and been unable to find a GOOD job since.
Just worked miniumum wage jobs. I spose the Texas shooting gave him the idea.

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Trayvon Martin

Casey Anthony trial

Dengue hemmorhagic fever and Chikunguny in FLORIDA and TEXAS, July 2010

Orlando jihad  massacre
Muslim terrorist aided by 0bama's Feds in killing queers
Orlando massacre June 2016


HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!

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FLORIDA * Terrorist attack thwarted at MacDill AFB
June 15, 2010  US CENTCOM at MacDill Air Force Base

Two heavily-armed individuals, a man and a woman, were stopped at the Bayshore Gate of MacDill Air Force Base outside Tampa, Florida early Tuesday, June 15.
When searched by a robot, their sports utility vehicle was found packed with military-style uniforms, rifle-type weapons and ammo - but no explosives.
Air Force spokeswoman, Elizabeth Gosselin said the pair was in custody and being questioned in what was described as an "on-base incident" indicating an attempted terrorist attack - without further details.

The US Central Command headed by Gen. David Petraeus runs the Afghanistan and Iraq war from this base, as well as well as Special Operations Command for the Middle East.

Had the couple gained entry to MacDill base,donned the uniforms and used the rifles they brought with them, they could potentially have carried out the biggest attack ever on a US military facility inside America.

Their names or information suggesting their identity have not been released as yet.
The incident recalls the deadly attack in Fort Hood on Nov. 5, 2009, in which a US army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Malik "AbdulWali" Hassan murdered 13 US servicemen in the name of jihad.

So stringent are security precautions at MacDill Air Force Base that a man involved in a violent altercation on May 19 was shot dead when he resisted arrest and tried to escape on a motor bike after being challenged to surrender.
No more information about this incident was released excepting that it was not terror-related.

Man, Woman Accused of Trying to Enter Air Force Base Illegally With Weapons
Military-style gear and weapons were found inside the vehicle of a man and woman who attempted to gain illegal entry to MacDill Air Force Base in Florida on Monday, the military said.
The two were in custody after trying to access the base about 5:00 p.m. local time through the Bayshore Gate, according to a United States
Air Force statement.

Base public affairs officer Senior Airman Katherine B. Holt reports a man and woman were unable to show proper identification Monday evening, and their vehicle was searched. Security found military-style gear and weapons in the sport utility vehicle but no explosives. Holt says she didn't know how many weapons were removed but they were rifle-type.
The suspects names were not released.

The base is home to U.S. Central Command, which runs the U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Bayshore Gate is closed but the rest of MacDill, including the Dale Mabry Gate, is operating normally.

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Earth’s magnetic pole shifts, screws up runway at Florida airport
January 2011
 An airport in Tampa, Florida, has had to temporarily close its runways to keep up with Earth's magnetic north pole, which is drifting toward Russia at a rate of 40 miles per year.

Fox News reports that the international airport was forced to adjust the signs on its busiest runway Thursday because pilots depend on the magnetic fields to navigate. The runway will be closed until Jan. 13, and will re-open with new taxiway signs that indicate its new location on aviation charts, the Tampa Bay Tribune reports.

Paul Takemoto, a spokesman for the FAA, says the Earth's magnetic fields are constantly in flux -- but rarely so much so that runway signage needs to be changed. "You want to be absolutely precise in your compass heading," he told Fox. "To make sure the precision is there that we need, you have to make these changes."

"The Earth's poles are changing constantly, and when they change more than three degrees, that can affect runway numbering," FAA spokesperson Kathleen Bergen told Fox News. It's unclear whether any other airports will have to adjust their runways.

Earth's magnetic field, which still flummoxes those who study it, "is thought to be generated deep inside the planet," LiveScience writer Jeanna Bryner explains. "An inner core of solid iron is surrounded by an outer core of molten iron. They rotate at different rates, and the interaction between the regions creates what scientists call a 'hydromagnetic dynamo.' It's something like an electric motor, and it generates a magnetic field akin to a giant bar magnet."

FLORIDA Interstate 75 crashes kill 10
January 29, 2012
Interstate 75 is shut down this afternoon in Alachua County after a series of fatal crashes killed 10 people overnight.
Cars and trucks piled up amid poor visibility from fog and smoke from nearby wildfires. At least 18 people were taken to area hospitals as well.
At least 12 passenger cars and about seven semi-trucks were involved in the crashes, which happened at about 4 a.m. in both northbound and southbound lanes near Mile Marker 379, the FHP said.

FHP spokeswoman Sgt. Kim Montes said it could take days to piece together how many separate accidents took place.
The highway is shut down in both directions at this hour.

I would say it looked like the end of world

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Snakes linked to stunning mammal decline in Everglades
January 31, 2012
 Non-native Burmese pythons are the likely cause of a staggering mammal decline in Florida’s Everglades. In PNAS journal, they report that observations of some mammal species have declined by more than 99%. A team studied road surveys of mammals in the Everglades National Park before and after pythons became common. Researchers found a strong link between the spread of pythons and drops in recorded sightings of raccoons, rabbits, bobcats and other species. The national park covers the southern 25% of the original Everglades – a region of subtropical wetlands that has been drained over the last century to reclaim it for human use. The origins of Burmese pythons in south Florida are unknown, but many were imported into the US through the pet trade. As the pythons have made it from captivity into the wild, the absence of natural predators has allowed populations to balloon. Intermittent sightings were recorded for 20 years before the snakes were recognized as being established across the Everglades in 2000. The pythons are now established across thousands of sq km in southern Florida. Although there are no accurate figures for how many there are, the numbers removed from the Everglades reached nearly 400 in 2009 and this has been increasing year-on-year (apart from a slight drop in 2010 due to a cold spell). “Any snake population – you are only seeing a small fraction of the numbers that are actually out there,’ said Prof Michael Dorcas, one of the study’s authors, from Davidson College in North Carolina. He told BBC News: “They are a new top predator in Everglades National Park – one that shouldn’t be there. We have documented pythons eating alligators; we have also documented alligators eating pythons. It depends on who is biggest during the encounter.” Earlier this month, US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced that the US was poised to approve a ban on importing Burmese pythons. But some observers remarked that the move was about 30 years too late. -BBC

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When it comes to giant rat infestations, New York gets all the attention.
March  2012
But a breed of giant, Gambian rats have been rapidly reproducing in the Florida Keys despite a decade-long effort to wipe them out. KeysNet reports the invasive, African native species first began showing up between 1999-2001 after a local exotic animal breeder released eight of the rats into the wild.

"We thought we had them whipped as of 2009," said Scott Hardin, exotic species coordinator for Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. "We think they have not moved far but they clearly reproduced," he said.

The rodents, officially known as the Gambian pouched rat, are the largest known breed of rats in the world. They can grow up to three feet in length and weigh as much as nine pounds. Wildlife officials fear that if the large-sized rodents make it to the Florida mainland, they could devastate local crops if they reach the Florida mainland.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been working with Florida officials to wipe out the rodents, and there are only an estimate few dozen at large, but they can reproduce quickly and do so only five months after being born. After producing a litter, the Gambian rat only has to wait another nine months before having another litter, bearing up to six babies at a time.

Officials thought they had successfully gotten rid of all of the Gambian rats back in 2008, but several of the burrowing creatures recently began showing up in the yards of local residents. "We were skeptical but went back and talked to people and [saw] there were rats that we missed," Hardin told KeysNet.
Using cantaloupe and peanut butter as bait, officials say are planning another to distribute another 200 traps in an effort to clear the keys of the Gambian rats, some of which are larger than the average house cat.
"We're going to try to trap at least that often until we see signs that we have knocked them back," Hardin said.

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Florida native bird population could be decimated by invasive pythons
April 7, 2012
Burmese pythons, native to southern Asia, have taken up a comfortable residence in the state of Florida, especially in the Everglades. In addition to out-competing native wildlife for resources and habitat, the pythons are eating the native wildlife. Burmese pythons (Python molurus bivittatus) were first recorded in the Everglades in 1979 — thought to be escaped or discarded pets. Their numbers have since grown, with an estimated breeding population in Florida in the tens of thousands. In an ongoing study to better understand the impact of this snake in the Everglades, scientists from the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service and others have been examining the contents of the digestive tracts of pythons in the area. They have shown that Burmese pythons consume at least 25 different species of birds in the Everglades, but until now no records documented this species eating bird eggs. “This finding is significant because it suggests that the Burmese python is not simply a sit-and-wait predator, but rather is opportunistic enough to find the nests of birds,” said Carla Dove, ornithologist at the Smithsonian’s Feather Identification Lab in the National Museum of Natural History and lead author of the study. “Although the sample size is small, these findings suggest that the snakes have the potential to negatively affect the breeding success of native birds.” –Science Daily

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Explosions rock Florida gas plant near Orlando
July 30, 2013
All workers accounted for after a series of explosions rocked the Blue Rhino
propane gas plant in central Florida.  The fire is now contained.  7 were transported to local hospitals,
one in critical condition.  The explosions began a little before 11 p.m. at the plant in Tavares near Orlando.
The building roof had been blown off. The cause of the initial blast is not yet known.

7 injured after blasts rock Florida propane plant
A series of explosions engulfed a propane plant in flames in Tavares, Fla., late Monday, injuring at least seven people — three of them critically — and forcing evacuations for a half-mile around the scene, authorities said.
The explosions began as a fire spread through the Blue Rhino plant in Lake County, near Orlando, about 10:30 p.m. ET, Lake County sheriff's Lt. John Herrell told reporters early Tuesday. Seven people were taken to hospitals, two by helicopter, he said. All of them were in the plant when the fire started.

Residents of the area told NBC station WESH of Orlando that flames from the explosions could be seen for several miles, but there were no reports of damage to the surrounding buildings.  
"It sounds like bombs are going off," Norma Haygood, a nearby resident, told WESH.

No deaths were immediately reported, Herrell said. Three male victims were in critical condition, the Orlando Regional Medical Center, told NBC News.
Two were airlifted, while a third was still being transported by ambulance at 3:00 a.m ET.  
Authorities initially declared a one-mile evacuation zone around the plant, but they later scaled that back to a half-mile, effective until 6 a.m. ET.
"We feel that there is no longer any danger" to the area around the plant, Herrell said.

Twenty-four or 26 people were scheduled to work the night shift at the 33,000-acre facility, according to plant managers, Herrell said. Authorities initially said 15 people were unaccounted for, but Herrell later said the company's management said that they had accounted for all of the people it knew were in the plant at the time of the initial explosion.
Some of them showed up at others location, according to Blue Rhino, Herrell said. He said he had no further information on where the others were.
The plant housed about 53,000 20-pound propane cylinders, Herrell said.

"They store the propane cylinders on different parts of the property, and as the fire spread, there were more and more explosions," he said.
Explosions continued but were diminishing at 1 a.m. ET Tuesday, 2½ hours after the first blasts were reported.

Don Ingram, former plant production supervisor at the plant, said his son felt one of the explosions in their home 6 miles away.
Ingram told WESH that the back area of the plant is "lined with propane tanks stacked four or five high on plastic pallets."
"I don't think you fight this fire," he said. "It's just too dangerous."
Blue Rhino is a subsidiary of Ferrellgas Partners, the second-largest distributor of propane in the U.S.

Equipment failure, human error likely cause of Florida plant blast
A combination of human error and equipment failure might have caused a series of explosions that engulfed a propane plant in flames in Tavares, Fla., late Monday, injuring eight people and forcing evacuations for a half-mile around the scene, authorities said.
The explosions began as a fire spread through the Blue Rhino plant, near Orlando, about 10:30 p.m. ET, Lake County sheriff's Lt. John Herrell told reporters.
Plant officials say all employees of the plant are accounted for. All of those injured were in the plant when the fire started.
Tavares Fire Chief Richard Keith said Tuesday morning that sabotage is not expected. The fire marshal is on site to do a full investigation.
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Husband of Katherine Harris commits suicide, police say
Nov. 2013 SARASOTA
- Sarasota Police are investigating the apparent suicide of Anders Ebbeson, husband of former congresswoman and Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris.
Police and Pastor William Hild of downtown Sarasota’s First Baptist Church confirmed that Ebbeson, a 68-year-old Swedish businessman, had taken his own life and asked the community to respect the family’s privacy.

“Anders has been suffering health conditions that he’d been attempting to deal with, which had been increasingly part of his life,” Hild said.

Harris, a Republican, retired from public life after losing a U.S. Senate race to incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson in 2006. She was then serving in the House of Representatives, a post she was first elected to in 2002.  She became a household name while Florida’s secretary of state because of the disputed 2000 Florida recount that ultimately made George W. Bush president.

I remember vividly.  I lived in Florida then.  I spent time at the courthouse.
I remember the hanging chads and crooked Demoncrats.
Thats when I first SAW HOW vote counting is rigged.
Demoncrat poll workers stamping out multiple votes for Demoncrats in the trunk of their cars.
Demoncrat ballot counters taping over Bush holes (votes) and punching out the chad holes for AlGore.
I may not remember breakfast, but I remember that.
Just because police say something does NOT make it true.

Efraud - Election 2000

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June 6, 2014  
Two mosquito-borne diseases, dengue fever and chikungunya, are posing a serious threat to Florida
, and residents should take steps to control mosquito populations to try to limit the danger.
The Florida Dept of Health has confirmed dengue fever in 24 people in Florida and chikungunya confirmed in 18 people. Both are viral diseases spread by mosquito bites.
All of the infected people in Florida have traveled to the Caribbean or South America and could have become infected there.

Epidemiologists are worried that mosquitoes in Florida may have picked up the diseases by biting infected people, which could kick off an epidemic.
Tabachnick urged the public to eliminate standing water including in buckets and rain barrels where mosquitoes can breed.

Dengue is potentially fatal, and both diseases cause serious and lingering symptoms. The most common symptoms of chikungunya infection are fever and joint pain.

Dengue and Chikungunya in U.S.A.

Florida State University shooting
November 20, 2014
-  Three people were shot at the Florida State University campus library in Tallahassee.
2 victims at the Tallahassee hospital, 1 is critical.  Police execute gunman.
At least 4 gunshots were heard and 30 police officers responded to the scene.


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