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Oct 21, 201304:38 PM

Cheat Sheet: October 21, 2013

Two dead in Nevada school shooting

A teacher was killed and two students were injured after a student opened fire at Sparks Middle School in Nevada today. The student/suspect was either killed by a self-inflicted wound or a law enforcement shot. One of the injured students underwent surgery, and the other is “doing well.” The motive in the shooting is still unclear. Law enforcement assures that the school and community are secured at this time. (Source)

Female suicide bomber attacks Russian bus, killing six

A female suicide bomber attacked a bus in southern Russia today, killing at least six people in the deadliest such blast outside the volatile North Caucasus region in nearly three years. The bombing was likely to raise fears of further attacks by Islamist militants as Russia prepares to host the 2014 Winter Olympics in February not far from the mainly Muslim North Caucasus. The attack, which investigators blamed on a 30-year-old woman from Dagestan, also wounded 28 people, eight of whom were in critical condition. (Source)

CHKD to begin work on breast milk bank next month

Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters has gotten clearance to start the first human milk bank in the state. Construction on the $500,000 project will begin next month, with an expected completion date of summer 2014 when it will join others in the US that follow regulations established by the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. Last October, the hospital offered pasteurized, donated milk to premature babies whose mothers weren’t able to breastfeed. (Source)

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