Charlottesville doctors fear violent white supremacists may re-emerge after shocking vehicular attack
Still rattled by their city’s deadly alt-right rally, Charlottesville doctors are bracing for a return of the violent white supremacists.
“There is a lot of apprehension, a lot of anger and regret that this happened in our community,” said Dr. Chris Ghaemmaghami, chief medical officer and emergency room doctor at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
“We are concerned that they may return. There are a lot of people who are having a lot of stress, primarily from our caretakers.”
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It’s the summer of calm for train dispatchers beneath Penn Station.
The constant news of derailments and train tracks out of commission seemed like a distant past for the dozen dispatchers keeping their vigilant eyes on a virtual wall-size screen that shows every train and track from New York City to Philadelphia.
On Tuesday, Amtrak officials gave reporters a behind the scenes look the Penn Station Control Center to reassure riders the Summer of Hell won't derail their mission.
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Gravedigger Frank LaPak, 83, stood over the cluster of tombstones and shook his head on the eve of the fourth-anniversary of the crime that staggered the nation.
“The families chose this spot,” he told the Daily News Tuesday, his voice cracking.
“They stuck together.”
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Operators of the city’s first medical marijuana dispensary provided a buzzworthy tour of its new location blocks from Union Square Wednesday.
The dispensary at 212 E. 14th St. near 3rd Ave. is operated by Columbia Care and will open Thursday to qualifying patients.
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Oscar Hernandez lost his mother and his older sister in the East Harlem explosion that ripped through his building — but he still has his father.
The frail 16-year-old blinked as he woke up in his hospital bed Sunday, then saw his dad and tried to smile despite the oxygen mask on his mouth, the bandages on his legs and the feeding tube connected to his stomach.
The historic church where nine black men and women were killed by a racist mass murderer reopened to stunned members Sunday morning with a sermon of recovery, resilience and healing.
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