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Attempted Luring in NE Philly; Princeton Prof Wins Nobel Prize Physics; 3 Babies Die in Hospital
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/08/19 2:34 pm | updated: 10/08/19 2:34 pm
Philadelphia Police have arrested a man who attempted to lure an 11-year-old girl in Northeast Philadelphia on Monday evening, 10/7. It happened around 6:30 p.m. near the Jardel Recreation Center on the 1400 block of Cottman Avenue. The 42-year-old male suspect was walking with his teenage son when they passed the young girl walking with her mother. He reached back and tried to grab the girl. The girl ran into the rec center while the mother called police. The suspect was apprehended a few blocks away. The motive for the crime is unknown. Police say the man may have been under the influence. No one was injured.

A Princeton University professor has won the Novel Prize in Physics. Canadian-American cosmologist James Peebles is credited for his "theoretical discoveries in physical cosmology" and creating "the foundation of our modern understanding of the universe's history, from the Big Bang to the present day." 84-year-old Peebles is the Albert Einstein Professor of Science at Princeton. He is sharing the prize with Switzerland's 77-year-old Michel Mayor and 53-year-old Didier Queloz of the University of Geneva who discovered "an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star." In 1995, they were the first to find a planet, 51 Pegasi B, outside of our solar system. Since then, 4,000 exoplanets have been found.

Eight premature babies, three of whom died, in the neonatal intensive care unit of a Montour County, Pennsylvania, hospital were affected by a bacterial infection. Officials at Geisinger Medical Center in Danbury say that four babies have recovered and one is still being treated with antibiotics. They say that pseudomonas bacterium is to blame and that combined with the premature babies already vulnerable state may have led to the three deaths. The hospital is working with state and federal health authorities to eradicate the infection. In the meantime, any child born at less than 32 weeks is being transferred to other hospitals and mothers expected to deliver prematurely are also being redirected.

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