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    A pregnant woman who was expecting her second child was among at least 31 people who were killed in the alleged gas leak explosion that ripped through an iconic five-star hotel in Cuba on Friday. The Health Ministry confirmed the death of Yanisleidy Morales Almenteros, 34, as rescue workers with dogs searched through the rubble for people still missing at the Hotel Saratoga in La Habana on Sunday. Sandra González told Univision that she ran into Morales Almenteros as they were about to leave their homes for work Friday morning. 'I gave her a kiss. I told her we would see each other in the afternoon,' she said. 'She leaves behind a five-year-old child, a boy.' Yanisleidy Morales Almenteros was killed in the alleged gas leak explosion at the Hotel Saratoga in Cuba on Friday. The blast left 31 people dead, including four children, the youngest a 10-year-old boy Rescue workers continued the search for people missing at the Hotel Saratoga on Sunday Firefighters and rescue workers remove debris from the ruins of the Saratoga Hotel  in La Habana, Cuba...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office will seek the death against the man accused in the death of Karli Short and her unborn child, according to a filing to the Court of Common Pleas. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Kicking Off A Week Full Of Rain ChancesIsaac Smith, the father of Short’s unborn baby, was held for court on the two homicide charges last month. Short was 26-years-old and 17 weeks pregnant when she died. READ MORE: Dealing With Depression: Common Warning Signs For When Your Child Needs HelpShe is the daughter of former NFL and Penn State football player Brandon Short. MORE NEWS: Three People Injured In Hill District ShootingStay with KDKA for the latest on this developing story.
    LITTLE People, Big World’s Tori Roloff shared a sweet video of her unborn baby moving in her belly and called it the "only fun part of pregnancy." With the baby's due date just a month away, Tori, 30, shared short clips of her womb on her Instagram Stories.   5Tori Roloff said she has been feeling 'so lopsided'Credit: Instagram/Tori Roloff 5Tori shared video of her unborn baby moving in her bellyCredit: Instagram/Tori Roloff In the First Story, the LPBW star pointed the camera at her growing baby belly, which was under the white covers. The TLC gently placed her hand around her bump and smoothly felt around.  She captioned the post: "Pretty sure that's a baby booty. "I've been so lopsided the last few days." Read more about Little People, Big WorldBIG PROJECT LPBW's Matt begins renovations at farm after he chooses who will take over'SO ADORABLE' Little People's Tori shares sweet photo of daughter Lilah, 2, in leotard Tori jokingly added: "My hips hate me for it. Los of Laughs." In the next Story, the reality star shared how her unborn child was...
    THE RADFORD'S daughter Millie, 20, is eagerly anticipating her new baby - who is now ten days overdue and fans are speculating over the child's name. The mum-to-be, who is the seventh eldest of the Radford's 22 children, will be adding the 9th grandchild to the already supersized family. 3Millie Radord, 20, announced that today is her due date with a post on social mediaCredit: Instagram 3Millie is already a mother to her gorgeous little girl OpheliaCredit: Millieradford/Instagram Millie only informed fans of her pregnancy on her due date with a sweet photo of her partner holding her daughter, Ophelia, with her baby bump. She caption the shot with: "HAPPY DUE DATE little man. Ophelia is obsessed with her little brother already." Millie has been tight lipped about many elements of her pregnancy, in particular the name she has chosen for the newborn boy. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Previously she has said that she'd like all her children to have the same initials, so Radford fans speculated that she could be...
    Cecily Strong revealed that her appearance as “Goober,” a pro-abortion clown, on Saturday Night Live (SNL) last weekend was based on her own personal experience terminating a pregnancy in her early 20s. While Strong never explicitly said she was drawing on her own life story while playing Goober on SNL, she took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to reveal that it was indeed personal, according to a report by USA Today. “I didn’t tell my own wonderful and supportive mom for years and Saturday I told live TV,” Strong wrote, adding three clown emojis. During her appearance as Goober last weekend, Strong proclaimed, “I had an abortion the day before my 23rd birthday!” Strong went on to say declare, “I know I wouldn’t be a clown on TV here today if it weren’t for the abortion I had,” suggesting that women are better off terminating the lives of their own unborn children so that they can go on to work for corporations later on in life. Watch Below: Strong’s comedy sketch was an attack on the pro-life law recently enacted in...
    Shocking security video captured a pregnant mother's terrifying final moments as she begged for her life and that of her unborn baby just moments before she was shot dead by her husband, an investigator testified this week.  Hunter James Tatum, 25, made his second appearance in Alabama court for his preliminary hearing Thursday for the execution-style shooting deaths of his wife, Summer Tatum, 26, who had cerebral palsy and was shot twice in the head, and their unborn baby boy, Everett, just after midnight on October 18 of this year. Prattville police investigator Wesley Clark relayed the heartbreaking audio of Summer's last moments to Autauga County District Judge Joy Booth and an emotional courtroom during Hunter's court appearance.    '"I'll stay, I'll stay. I'll do anything you want," Clark said Summer could be heard saying on the couple's home security footage.  "Don't hurt me, please, don't hurt our baby, please don't hurt our baby."' '"No. Get away from me,"' Hunter responded, Clark testified.  Authorities determined much of the information about Summer and Everett's deaths from three surveillance cameras outside of the Tatums' Sunset...
    WHEN Deborah Kilby became pregnant for the fifth time both her and her husband were excited and terrified. Terrified because while the mum had previously given birth to a healthy boy in little Max, she had also suffered three miscarriages. 2Deborah and her husband had to go through several miscarriages which left Deborah feeling as though she had 'failed'Credit: Deborah Kilby In 2010 Deborah, now 51, from Tooting in South London, became pregnant with Rosa. But it was not to be the happy dream she hoped for. This time not because of a miscarriage but because while she was pregnant with Rosa, Deborah claims her unborn baby told her she was sick. During the time she carried Rosa, Deborah suffered bleeding at nine weeks. She was rushed to hospital for a scan, but medics found that Rosa's little heart was beating and soon, Deborah stopped bleeding. But despite appointments and her 12 week scan going well, Deborah knew that something just wasn't right. This week is Baby Loss Awareness Week, which aims to highlight the trauma of losing...
    LITTLE People's pregnant Audrey Roloff revealed her baby bump and asked for fans' predictions of the baby's gender. Audrey, 30, and her husband Jeremy announced that they are expecting their third child in July. 5Audrey asked fans their predictions of her unborn baby's genderCredit: Instagram/Audrey Roloff 5Audrey previously opened up about extending her family with her husband JeremyCredit: Instagram The former reality star shared on her Instagram Stories her growing belly in a clip showing a front and side view of her baby bump at 33 weeks. The star dressed comfortably sporting gray sweats and a white tank that she lifted up for the video. She asked fans their thoughts on the baby's gender in a poll writing: "Are we feeling girl or boy vibes?" Audrey gave her followers an update several weeks back when she approached the 26 week mark of her pregnancy. The ex TLC star wore a black swimsuit while she enjoyed a family day with Jeremy and their three kids, daughter Ember Jean, three and Bode James, one. She shared videos...
    LITTLE People, Big World star Isabel Roloff, who’s currently pregnant with her first child, slammed “vile” trolls for taking aim at her and her unborn baby. The reality star is expecting a baby boy with her husband Jacob Roloff, but she admitted it’s been hard to focus on the good when she receives so much hate. Isabel took to Instagram to share a direct message she got from one particularly mean troll who not only came after her about her weight but also after her child. Due in December, the pregnant TV star blasted the user, and others like them, for always sending her such mean comments. The troll called her “fat” and sent a horrific threat against her baby, leading Isabel to call it quits with her messages and decide to “turn them off” for her “mental health.” “People are vile,” she added of why she’s done with DMs. Isabel went on to share an “important” message with her folloowers about why it’s “vital that you show up with kindness any chance you get.”  Jacob’s wife said: “People in...
    A health worker prepares to inoculate a pregnant woman with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 at a vaccination center in Bogota Photo by Raul Arboleda/AFP via Getty Images An unvaccinated pregnant nurse and her unborn child died from COVID-19 in Alabama. "We're glad she's not suffering anymore," her mother, Julie Mulkey, told Al.com. A study in JAMA Network Open found pregnant women with COVID-19 are over 15 times more likely to die. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. A family in Alabama is mourning the death of an unvaccinated pregnant nurse and her unborn child after she contracted COVID-19. According to Al.com, Haley Mulkey Richardson, 32, worked in the labor and delivery unit at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola.  Family friend Jason Whatley told Al.com that she tested positive for COVID-19 about three weeks before her death on Friday. "She was home...
    A NURSE who didn't want to get vaccinated and her unborn baby died of coronavirus - weeks after a Facebook post revealed that she thought not getting the jab would protect her child. Haley Mulkey Richardson, of Alabama, worked on a labor and delivery ward at a hospital in Pensacola, Florida. 4Labor nurse Haley Richardson died of coronavirusCredit: Facebook 4Haley (center) thought that not getting vaccinated would protect her unborn babyCredit: Facebook Family friend Jason Whatley said that the 32-year-old had contracted Covid-19 in late July or early August, according to the outlet AL.com. She was taken to hospital where her condition deteriorated. The nurse died on August 20 – two days after her unborn baby Ryleigh Beth. She leaves behind her husband Jordan and daughter Katie who is about to turn three. Her death came just weeks after a Facebook post revealed that she thought not getting the vaccine would protect her baby. The post from August 9 read: “Here in the dark, in the wee hours of the morning, it is so easy to pretend that all...
    A family in Alabama is mourning after a pregnant nurse, who refused to get vaccinated, died of COVID-19 along with her unborn child.   Haley Mulkey Richardson, 32, was a registered nurse working in a labor and delivery unit at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. Three weeks before her passing, Richardson had contracted COVID-19, most likely in late July or early August, a friend - Jason Whatley - told Alabama.com.  At the time, she was living at home with her husband Jordan and young daughter Katie in Theodore, a suburb of Mobile, Alabama. PICTURED: Haley Mulkey Richardson (left), daughter Katie (center) and husband Jordan Richardson (right) celebrating Christmas in 2019. The Richardson's were expecting a second child before COVID-19 tore the family apart She was living at home with her husband Jordan and young daughter Katie in Theodore, a suburb of Mobile, Alabama It is unclear as to whether she became ill while working at the hospital or elsewhere before contracting the virus.  The mother-of-one previously decided to not receive the COVID-19 vaccine as she was scared...
    A WIDOW who faked her pregnancy before vanishing on the day she was due to be induced once threw a gender reveal party and baby shower for her bogus unborn twins. Elizabeth Jasso, 31, was reported missing last Thursday by her mother-in-law, Blanca Gonzalez, after she left her home in Baytown, Texas, to visit her husband's grave and never returned. 11Elizabeth Jasso, 31, was reported missing last Thursday and located by cops on TuesdayCredit: Instagram 11She faked being pregnant for twins for almost nine months, even throwing a gender reveal party in March (above)Credit: Instagram A desperate search was launched and Jasso was found alive and well by police on Tuesday afternoon. Officials said that Jasso was unharmed and no foul play or crime had occurred. Crucially, she also wasn't pregnant at the time of her disappearance, police said. BOGUS PREGNANCY As it would transpire, Jasso had actually faked her pregnancy and even bought ultrasound scans online in a bid to trick her in-laws. Speaking to the media last week, a desperate Gonzalez said she was "very...
    A South Carolina woman has been fighting for her life in the intensive care unit for 16 days after contracting COVID-19 while pregnant and giving birth to her son. Jamal Chubb, whose wife Cierra Chubb remains in the ICU after contracting the virus, has been detailing his wife's condition in heart-wrenching videos to TikTok after returning home alone to parent their newborn son Myles. Cierra, 33, tested positive for COVID-19 in late July and was admitted to a hospital near the family's home in Lancaster on July 24, her husband said. Myles was born by c-section on July 26 - two weeks early. When she contracted the virus, she had been waiting to get the vaccine until after Myles' birth out of fears for her son's safety. Jamal has said that doctors told him it remains 'not likely' that Cierra will survive the virus - while he hopes for a miracle. Jamal Chubb, whose wife Cierra Chubb remains in the ICU after contracting the virus, has been detailing his wife's condition in heart-wrenching videos to TikTok Cierra, 33,...
    A HEAVILY pregnant mom and her unborn son were killed after her "drunk" boyfriend allegedly crashed their car in a "road rage" smash. Cops were called to the smash in Long Beach, California just before 11:40am on August 7. 3Heavily pregnant Krista Nichols died of her injuries after being in a car crash in CaliforniaCredit: GoFundMe 3Her boyfriend Miguel Larios was arrested and booked on suspicion of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, cops saidCredit: Facebook Krista Nichols, 23, was taken to hospital but later died of her injuries. Her boyfriend Miguel Larios, 26, and his son, 10, suffered non-life-threatening wounds. Larios was arrested and booked on suspicion of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, CBS Los Angeles reports. Krista was a passenger in his 2006 GTC pickup truck. The car struck a Toyota Corolla as it was pulling away from the curb. The incident continued for several blocks and it's not known what caused the alleged road rage. Larios then lost control of his car before colliding with another vehicle, according to police. The car was not related to...
    A California man was drunk behind the wheel when he got into a three-car collision during a road rage incident on Saturday, killing his 23-year-old pregnant girlfriend and her eight-month-old unborn son, according to police. Miguel Larios, 26, of Long Beach was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. According to Long Beach Police, Larios was behind the wheel of a 2006 GMC pickup truck driving southbound on Long Beach Boulevard with two passengers in the car - his pregnant girlfriend, Krista Nichols, and a 10-year-old child. Investigators said that Larios was involved in a road rage incident with another vehicle that was trying to disengage. Miguel Larios (left), 26, of Long Beach, California, was drunk behind the wheel when he got into a three-car collision during a road rage incident on Saturday, killing his 23-year-old pregnant girlfriend, Krista Nichols (right), 23, and her eight-month-old unborn son, according to police Nichols (above) was in the passenger seat while Larios drove a GMC pickup truck on Saturday morning. A 10-year-old boy was also in the car Investigators...
    More On: shootings Man critically wounded in Queens drive-by shooting Wild Louisiana road rage shooting caught on video ‘Unacceptable’: Nationals, DC mayor denounce shooting at Nationals Park NY sports venues prepared for evacuations in light of Nationals shooting A Ohio man was arrested for allegedly killing his pregnant girlfriend and her unborn child last week in Cincinnati in front of the victim’s 4-year-old daughter, a report said. The suspect, 31-year-old Antonio Wilcox is accused of fatally shooting Michelle McDonald, also 31 — who was more than eight months pregnant — at an apartment in the city’s West Price Hill neighborhood at about 6:40 p.m. Friday, police and relatives told WXIX. “I just feel so much pain like it’s never going to end,” McDonald’s mother, Michelle Sanchez, told the news outlet during a Sunday night vigil for the slain woman. After the shooting, McDonald’s unborn child was delivered in critical condition at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, but died hours later, according to WLWT. The victim’s cousin, Adrian Blasingame, told the news station he was devastated for McDonald’s parents....
    A soon-to-be mom's life was cut short in a fatal car accident, but doctors were able to save her unborn child while her boyfriend, who was behind the wheel during the crash, is facing manslaughter charges. Vanessa Schmurr-Smith, 27, died June 18 after her boyfriend, 41-year-old Mario Charles Gonzalez, swerved to avoid traffic, lost control of his vehicle in Brandon, Florida, and ended up colliding with a tractor-trailer.   Schmurr-Smith, who was not wearing a seat belt in the passenger seat, was ejected from the vehicle.  She was taken to a local hospital, and within 45 minutes of the accident, underwent an emergency C-section and died.  Vanessa Schmurr-Smith, 27, died in June after her boyfriend, Mario Charles Gonzalez lost control of his car which ended up colliding with a tractor-trailer Doctors were able to save her baby, Van Brian Smith, (pictured) who is currently in intensive care and will be raised by Vanessa's father, Tom Smith But doctors were able to save her baby, Van Brian Smith, who is currently in intensive care.  The 27-year-old had not picked a name...
    Ghislaine Maxwell and I crossed paths soon after I moved to New York in 1997. Though she was a few years older than me, we were both English, Oxbridge-educated and would sometimes be invited to the same parties. She was pin-thin, expensively dressed, funny, fun, clever, worldly and the effortless centre of attention. She talked about sex a lot — and she liked to behave outrageously. During one Manhattan dinner I heard about, she told a British movie star to lie face-down on the floor; she jumped on his back and gave him a massage right there on the ground in front of everyone. Even as people laughed, one observer wondered if what she was doing was not inappropriate. Usually, she was by herself. I had no idea whether or not she had a boyfriend. But then, in the autumn of 2002, I was assigned to write an article for Vanity Fair magazine about an intriguing and very rich man called Jeffrey Epstein. I soon discovered that Ghislaine had had a complicated relationship with Epstein for over a decade. They...
    An eight-and-a-half months pregnant woman lost her unborn twins after border agents allegedly refused to give her medical care before deporting her back to Mexico. Mayli Vázquez had crossed the US-Mexican border into Yuma, Arizona with her son, 2, and husband Cristhian Pérez, via a dry riverbed early Saturday. The family were caught within minutes by U.S. Border Patrol agents who held them in custody for around five hours, after taking their fingerprints and photos.  During that time, Vázquez began feeling seriously unwell and in extreme pain but when her husband asked for medical assistance, they border agents allegedly refused.  Pérez, 26, claims he pleaded with the officers to tend to his wife, 'while she writhed in pain in a chair and they ignored her. The Americans denied us care.' He told news agency EFE the agents even refused to take her temperature and blood pressure. 'They did not even take her pressure, absolutely nothing,' he added. The family were deported back to Mexico that same day and say they arrived in San Luis Río Colorado without money or any idea where to go. They found...