Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Three people were found dead inside a car parked outside a hotel in Alaska’s largest city. Thim says by email that the deaths may be related to carbon monoxide poisoning or to drugs. The bodies were transported to the state medical examiner’s office for autopsies to determine the cause of the deaths. Anchorage Police Department spokesman MJ Thim (TIM) says a witness spotted the three people apparently passed out in the car and called police. The car was still running. The bodies of two men and a woman were found shortly after 1 a.m. Monday outside the Long House Alaskan Hotel on the west side of Anchorage.
Nelson: “We know all of our schools are safe, all the occupants, and all of that. We want to ensure there isn’t any hidden structural damage or anything that might cause a major repair.” The Kenai Peninsula was very fortunate to not have as severe of damage as seen in the Anchorage area, but officials are still working to survey borough buildings to ensure continued safety. According to Nelson they are coordinating the assessment of damage for potential assistance to individual property owners. If you have damage to private property, report it as soon as possible to the Office of Emergency Management at http://www.kpb.us/emergency. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The 7.0 earthquake struck at 8:29 a.m., on Friday, and caused property and infrastructure damage. Almost a week later and agencies are still working to assess just how much damage was caused. Dan Nelson, Emergency Manager with the Borough Office of Emergency Management: “The borough is right now doing its recovery process, which mainly includes going back and doing full structural assessments of all of our facilities and schools.” read more
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