Welcome to CRWE Newswire News Update, I'm Christina Collins. Todays News Update: Minnesota High School Hockey Player Paralyzed and China Billonaire May Have been Poisoned.
After scoring his team's first goal, a Minnesota high school hockey player was tragically paralyzed in a holiday tournament hockey game. Red Knights junior varsity star Jack Jablonski was paralyzed when he was accidentally checked from behind into the end boards. The 16-year-old sophomore reportedly collapsed motionless on the ice immediately after the forward spent the first day of 2012 at Hennepin County Medical Center, where his recovery from two broken bones in his lower neck, doctors refuse to speculate on his potential recovery until after swelling in his injuries has reduced.
In southern China, the sudden death of billionaire Long Liyuan is thought to be from cat meat. Liyuan, died on Dec. 23 in Guangdong province after sharing a dish of slow boiled cat meat stew, a southern delicacy, with two men over a business lunch. One of the men, Huang Guang, was arrested by police on suspicion of poisoning the hotpot with a toxic herb. Police say Huang and Long had economic disputes. Huang, deputy director of agriculture in Guangdong's Bajia township, is suspected of poisoning the hotpot with the herb Gelsemium elegans, the poisonous plant is found in forests in parts of China. All three men were sickened, but Long died because he consumed more of the herb. The third man at the table, Huang Wen, a friend of Long's, was quoted saying he had only eaten a little because it tasted "more bitter" than usual. Long, who ate more than the others, soon felt dizzy and sick and was taken to a hospital where he went into cardiac arrest and died.
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