Deputies did not expect Dacoda Johnson to defy the odds. "Our Mistake. It happens," says Newton County Sheriff Chris Jennings. Jennings says Johnson was brought to Joplin's Mercy Hospital last Thursday after he wrecked a car. "I was told by my people up there that he had a deflated lung and he was in a back brace," says Jennings. Jennings says he was trying to be efficient with his resources. "It costs quite a bit of money to guard someone in the hospital.
Thanksgiving Day is a week from today. One local homeless shelter usually has 30 people staying overnight. But on Thanksgiving, there are many more people in need there looking for a hot meal. We visited the Carthage Crisis Center to see what people there are doing to prepare for this big event. Brooke Fry, a Carthage Crisis Center worker says, "It'll be full of people!" Pots will be clanging. Spices will be flavoring. "A quote I heard a while ago is, a hungry stomach has no ears."
Some cancer patients may have a new option available to them. Freeman Hospital now has HDR brachytherapy, or high dose rate brachytherapy. Freeman is the first and only hospital in the area right now to offer this therapy. This is technology you hope you'll never have to experience. But it's important technology. "Cancer free, living their life as close to normal as they were before they got the diagnosis," says Dr. Chance Matthiesen with Freeman Health System radiation oncology.
The Newton County sheriff explains why a man who led deputies on a chase with a stolen car, then required hospitalization, was able to walk himself out of the hospital before being arrested. More details this evening. https://t.co/2Cm54EvExt
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Selecting a term
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