Ibuprofen Recall; Odessa Woman Attacked By Hippo


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Ibuprofen recall

Infants' Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension that is sold at Walgreen’s, Family Dollar and CVS is under recall. Tri Pharma issued the recall after potentially have higher concentrations of ibuprofen that would not be safe for were detected. Complete information on the recall is here.

An Odessa woman was attacked by a hippo while on a vacation. Kristen and Ryan Yaldor were on a wildlife tour 

Zambezi River in Zimbabwe when a hippo surfaced right under their canoe which tipped over. When Kristen tried to swim to shore the hippo dragged her under. She managed to make it to shore and has injuries to her right leg and will need more surgery. The tour was operated by Wild Horizons.


Rare blood type needed

A two-year old South Florida girl still needs some of the rarest blood in the world to survive. The matching donor would need to be missing their Indian B antigen and have blood types "O" or "A". Zainab has neuroblastoma and needs 7-10 donors because of the ongoing need for transfusions. If you think you can help or need a little more information check here. 

Red tide cleanup may officially over in Pinellas County, but that’s not the case elsewhere. The latest report from the FWC shows what’s left of the bloom at very low levels and moving to the south. But in Robinson Preserve in Manatee County they suspect the toxic algae is responsible for mullet dying. The XFL is coming back to Tampa.

ntrations of ibuprofen that would not be safe for were detected. Complete information on the recall is here.

The XFL is coming back to Tampa. WWE founder and chairman Vince McMahon made the announcement earlier this week with a new season set to start in 2020. The league began back in 1999 but only lasted one season. Eight teams are in the league including Tampa. 

The Pasco County Sheriff’s office is warning residents about a scam involving Duke Energy.People are reportedly getting calls from someone who says they’re with Duke Energy and telling them to go to the store to buy prepaid cards to pay their bills and wait for a phone call from “Mr. Robinson.” They ask for the numbers on the back of those cards and yes, you lose the money. The PCSO would like to hear from you if you’ve been a victim of the scam.

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