Proper guidelines were followed when 3 escaped lab monkeys were killed after Pa. crash: police

1/27/2022 2:35:00 AM

Proper guidelines were followed when 3 escaped lab monkeys were killed after Pa. crash: police

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Proper guidelines were followed when 3 escaped lab monkeys were killed after Pa. crash: police

The monkeys were killed in the interest of public health and safety for those at the scene of a Danville-area traffic accident, police said.

near Danville took place in accordance with euthanasia guidelines from the American Veterinary Medical Association, state police say.The cynomolgus macaques were shot immediately when located, Trooper Andrea E. Pelachick said Wednesday. She did not provide additional details.

The decision to kill them was made in the interest of public health and safety of the first responders on the scene, she said.It was a coordinated decision involving personnel from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state Health Department and state police, she said.

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The cynomolgus macaques were shot immediately when located, Trooper Andrea E. Pelachick said Wednesday.m. She did not provide additional details. | Published: Jan. The decision to kill them was made in the interest of public health and safety of the first responders on the scene, she said. 25, 2022, 7:56 p. It was a coordinated decision involving personnel from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state Health Department and state police, she said. AES has purchased the building and the company plans to renovate it.

Frigid weather conditions and the time-sensitive need to limit public exposure to the animals led to the decision to use firearms, Pelachick said. By Becky Metrick | bmetrick@pennlive. By A man allegedly set fire to a York City duplex with five people, including three children, inside, according to police. “It was determined there was a risk of the wild animals potentially causing infection through bite, scratch, bodily fluids or by possible airborne disease transmission,” Pelachick said. Crates holding live monkeys are collected next to the trailer they were being transported in along state Route 54 at the intersection with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa. Clinton Rice was driving southbound with a passenger when his vehicle went off the road near Exit 36 in Baltimore County around 10:30 p., Friday, Jan. Firefighters responded to the blaze about 10:15 a. 21, 2022, after a pickup pulling the trailer carrying the monkeys was hit by a dump truck. Sunday, York County Coroner Pam Gay said. --.

(Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP, file) Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP Troopers handling the euthanized monkeys used appropriate personal protective equipment, she said. None of those involved in the investigation has developed any medical symptoms, and they remain on duty, she said. Gay said Rice was not wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected from the vehicle during the crash. The fire started in an abandoned unit and spread to the adjacent side, police said. The CDC on Tuesday would only confirm the three monkeys had been killed by gunshot. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) had acknowledged shooting is considered a humane method of killing when the gunshot is properly placed to cause immediate insensibility and death. The 39-year-old Springfield Township resident died from multiple blunt-force trauma, and his death was ruled accidental. The three euthanized primates were among 100 being transported in a trailer pulled by a pickup truck from New York’s JFK Airport to an unknown quarantine facility. The duplex accumulated about $200,000 in damages by the time crews finished five hours later, according to officials.

They had been imported from Mauritus, an island in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa. Maryland State Police is investigating the crash. The accident between the pickup driven by Cody M. Brooks, 31, of Keystone Heights, Florida, and a large dump truck operated by Tyler G. Read more on PennLive:.” He had been a close friend of her and her family for 22 years, police said. Deeghan, 29 of Canton, occurred shortly after 3 p.m.

Friday on Route 54 at the Interstate 80 interchange. Police also found his Facebook profile, according to the complaint. The impact caused the trailer to separate from the pickup and the front panel broke away, causing crates containing the monkeys to be strewn across the roadway. It took until Saturday evening to recapture the monkeys that escaped when a crate broke open. Brooks was issued a written warning related to violation of the section of the Vehicle Code dealing with turns and signals. —. The U.

S. the treatment of the cynomolgus macaques at the scene, said Quebedeaux’s Transport of Arnaudville, Louisiana, had an active license to transport the animals. More: .