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Anita Alvarez, U.S. inventive swimmer, OK after fainting in pool at world championships

U.S. inventive swimmer Anita Alvarez is OK after fainting on the finish of her free solo closing routine on the world championships in Budapest on Wednesday.

Two individuals dove in to assist get her out of the pool.

“Anita is okay – the docs checked all vitals and every little thing is regular: coronary heart charge, oxygen, sugar ranges, blood stress, and so on… all is okay,” U.S. head coach Andrea Fuentes mentioned in an announcement from USA Inventive Swimming. “We generally overlook that this occurs in different high-endurance sports activities. Marathon, biking, cross nation… all of us have seen

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Lawyers

Trial begins for Washington Twp. couple sued by pal paralyzed in swimming pool accident

Legal professionals for a Vandergrift man who suffered a damaged neck and spinal twine accidents in a swimming pool accident at a pal’s Washington Township house in 2013 on Monday requested a Westmoreland County jury to award him greater than $9 million in damages.

Jurors will spend the subsequent week listening to proof in a lawsuit filed by Michael Fraser, who claims his pal’s dad and mom have been negligent after they allowed of group of 21-year-old males to horseplay with a big raft of their household pool earlier than a vacation get together.

“The proof will present that if

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