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Application to surrender license granted. Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Licensee admitted to being convicted of committing an act constituting a crime in another jurisdiction and which, if committed in New York would constitute a crime Conspiracy to Commit Petit Larceny.
Licensee admitted to the charge of, in Marchentering into a consent order with the Virginia Board of Nursing, in which said board found that she had engaged in conduct constituting professional misconduct under Virginia law; said conduct would have constituted professional misconduct if committed in New York State. Licensee did not contest a charge that she administered 30 milliequivalents of potassium chloride in normal saline solution intravenously to a patient when the transcribed physician's telephone order merely called for "30 meq KCL liquid," without specifying the route of administration, the diluent, the volume of diluent, or the rate of flow.
James Walter GoodieMt. Licensee did not contest charges of inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with patients and of being convicted of the crime of Petit Larceny. Licensee did not contest charge that while caring for one patient, he failed to perform the glucose level checks as ordered by the patient's physician, failed to inform the physician that the feeding tube ordered for the patient was not available, and failed to document his assessments of the patient.
Licensee did not contest the charge of having been found guilty by the Arizona State Board for Nursing of professional misconduct. Licensee admitted to the charge of having been found guilty by a duly authorized professional disciplinary agency of another state of diversion of controlled drugs for his own use and failure to complete treatment as recommended. Licensee admitted to the charge of having been convicted of Insurance Fraud in the 4th Degree, a class E felony. Licensee did not contest a charge that, when questioned by a licensed practical nurse under her supervision about a physician's telephone order that appeared to call for the intravenous infusion of 30 milliequivalents of potassium chloride into an elderly patient, without specifying the type of diluent, the volume of diluent, or the rate of infusion, she failed to examine the transcribed order; failed to consult an available nursing drug reference book to determine whether the quantity of potassium chloride apparently ordered could be safely infused via an intravenous route; failed to consult with the physician; and then instructed the LPN to administer the 30 milliequivalents of potassium chloride in 50 cc of normal saline solution via intravenous pump, to infuse over approximately one hour.
Licensee admitted to a charge of giving a fellow employee an albuterol nebulizer for a cold without a physician's order. Licensee admitted to the charge of inaccurate medication administration and records. Licensee admitted to failing to maintain a record that accurately reflected her evaluation and treatment of her patients.
Licensee did not contest the charge of failing to properly transcribe physician medication orders onto patient medication administration records in that, on one occasion, she failed to enter an order on the patient chart, and on a second occasion, she mistranscribed an order onto the patient chart.
Licensee admitted to the charge of having been convicted of the charges of Attempted Larceny in the 4th Degree, a class A misdemeanor; Criminal Contempt in the 2nd Degree, a class A misdemeanor; and Attempted Grand Larceny in the 3rd Degree, a class E felony. It still seems so unfair, that a man with such a bright future ahead of him was denied a chance to enjoy the life we all believed was ahead of him. My thoughts and prayers go out to the McLaughlin family and hope you take comfort in the knowledge that many of us still fondly remember our friend Matt, and always will.
He was, and will always be, one of our dearest friends. We still have the addressed wedding invitation we were going to send to him in August Nick was a giant at 7'2", yet his big heart made him a true giant. We keep Nick, his beloved family and all of those impacted by the horrific crash in our prayers.
God bless you, All. I feel compelled to tell my story. As time washes our memories I think it is important to document as much as possible. It took a quarter century to bring me here. My hope is that my experience will help others remember and continue to heal. I know mine is just one perspective of many. Perhaps hundreds of others, especially first responders and those close to the scene that night may have similar stories that they not-often talk about.
I was at the airport that tragic night in on assignment for work. I was in college and I worked part-time in Taylor, MI.
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I was to go to Delta airlines air cargo building to receive cargo. Delta cargo was located on West Service Rd. The building is still there today. It is on the west side of Merriman Rd. It was later estimated that my distance was about two-thirds of a mile about 6 city blocks from the point of impact.
I reached the airport just before 8: I arrived at the deserted Delta cargo building and parked my van next to the entrance. Because it was after-hours I had to use a security phone hanging next to the entrance to call staff. The operator gave me an estimate of when the cargo train would arrive. In this case the driver was on his way from the terminal it would be a short wait.
I went back to the van and got in. What happened next changed my and many others lives forever. What I remember the most that moment was the sky. It was near twilight and there seemed to be an approaching storm. The tall clouds in the far distance were illuminated a pinkish-purple-gold color catching the last rays of a setting sun.
It looked more like an autumn sky then an August summer sky. It was actually breathtaking and caused me to continue to look into the eastern sky. Against this back-drop I watched a few planes take off. The sky got darker as the sun faded. All of a sudden, like seeing lighting strike - I saw flames trialing from behind an airplane. I would later found out this was when s wing hit the light pole. I could see the lights on in the airplane windows. I lost sight of the plane beyond my visible horizon.
A tree and a distant neighboring building blocked my view. About three seconds later I heard a deep rumble and then I saw a huge column of flames shoot up into the sky. I think and I jumped out of the van. I ran up to the fence across the lot in front of me to the east to see if I could see what happened.
What I remember the most was how silent it got. No more plane sounds, no more traffic sounds, no nothing. Like someone turned the volume off. I ran back to the cargo building entrance and picked up the security phone to report what I had seen. I though in my panic and maybe because I was alone and it was so silent that no one else knew of what just happened.
The operator answered and I started to mutter what I saw. I could only get short utterances out: The operator stated that they also just heard of the crash and that I was not the only one to see this. All of a sudden from the deep silence came the sounds of sirens from every direction - at first very faint, then louder and louder. Just about then the cargo train arrived. I asked the driver what happened. He said he didn t know, but that it was bad.
We loaded my van and I took off to the scene to see if I could help. I was able to take Merriman Rd. In this road went right into Middlebelt road just north of I I parked the van and ran out onto Middlebelt road.
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The flames looked like a tunnel as they rolled under the freeway overpass. There were hundreds of spot fires everywhere - in the trees, on the freeway even way down Middlebelt to the north of the impact. The smell of kerosene jet fuel was so heavy in the air that you could actually taste it. To my right maybe 50 yards or so was what looked like a large section of the fuselage. The intense fire made it hard to gawk at.
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To my left about 40 feet away was one of the occupied autos that were struck on the ground on impact. The stricken vehicle was round in appearance and was barely recognizable as an auto. Firemen were spraying water on it.
I could not believe what I was looking at. I just stood there stunned. I noticed a man and a woman standing nearby. They apparently lived in the house right on Middlebelt at Garner Rd.
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All this was literally just outside their front door. I started to walk south on Middlebelt toward the plane wreckage thinking there was something I could do to help. The heat was intense.
I remember stopping as I got closer I think I was afraid of what I might see. It had only been maybe twenty minutes after the crash and there were relatively few first responders on scene yet to help coordinate the area.
The area was so big and spread out that a hundred emergency vehicle would have seemed inadequate. The realization of what actually happened set in with all my senses. I remember wandering around the area for a while with local residents trying to figure out what we could do to help. We watched as fresh rescue crews arrived by the truckload.
Realizing that my employers knew I was at the airport and knew nothing of my fate remember, this was a time before cell phones I decided to go. I arrived back in Taylor, MI sometime after ALL the staff was there waiting for me. My clothes and hair smelled like burning jet fuel.
They later told me how visibly shaken-up I looked. I wanted to go back to help somehow. The days and weeks that followed were surreal to me. I was in my early 20s and did not have much in the way of coping skills back then. For weeks I could not sleep very well and every time I heard an airplane flying overhead I felt anxious. Now-a-days they call what I went through: I am sure many other witnesses and first responders also went through this ordeal.
For years after the tragedy I went back to the intersection of Middlebelt and Wick Rd.
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I would pause and look at the pavement before it was eventually resurfaced. On the road it was visible where one of the wings or some part of the plane made first contact with the ground and gouged the asphalt in a path. The train trestle that took the brunt of the initial impact remained in place with only slight damage to one edge of a concrete retaining wall.
What always haunted me was the fact that I was on that spot a mere 20 minutes or less before the crash happened. In the twenty five years since this tragedy every time I hear of any airplane disaster I glimpse back in my mind at the crash of in August I can almost smell the raw jet fuel smell whenever I see a plane crash photo. You never think about a large disaster hitting so close to home or yourself being such an integral part of it. My thoughts and especially prayers go out to Cecelia, the families, friends, first responders, and other witnesses of this tragic event.
My Christian faith has sustained me all my years and has given me the belief and knowledge that we will be reunited with all the souls lost that day and all our loved ones. May God hold everyone touched by this tragedy in the palm of his loving hands until our voices are united in joy once again. Her death on flight rocked my family in many ways. I'd like to take this oportunity to express my sincerest condolences to her family insince I was not able to in Blessings to you all.
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On August 27,our family and 48 others lost loved ones in the crash of Comair We feel your pain. Detroit Metro Airport Fire Dept and have been there 25 years and was working that day! God speed be with all of you and your loved ones! I lost a good friend in Deanna Presti. We grew up singing and laughing together, and I will always remember his bright, beautiful smile. We were living in Flat Rock at the time and heard the impact. While I never lost anyone in that crash, my heart still goes out to those that did.
There is nothing that I can say to make it better, even 25 years later. But I am thinking of all of you and your loved ones that were lost on that terrible day. Even though I wasn't even alive when the crash happened, it still has a special place in my heart. I will however be there in spirit as I think of you and your loved ones at 8: God bless those who perished, their loved ones, and Cecelia too. With love from the Jersey Shore may god bless you all. This will be etched in my soul until the day I die.
May God bless you and bring you comfort. We were actually suppose to be on this flight coming home from Detroit but at the last minute my grandparent decided to take us to Cedar Point so we flew out of Cleveland instead. To think we were this close to being on that plane and possibly not here today is terrifying.
My heart goes out to the families of those who did perish on that day. Sam has about a week before school was starting and the world was going to return to normal when they got home.
Instead a call from my brother was a blow in my stomach and all I was doing was trying to get to Detroit because I wanted them to be alive.