Archive - Oct 11, 2012 - News Article
Paul and Eugene Komrosky are in Valley Cityâ€™s Mercy Hospital after being injured in an explosion that destroyed Paulâ€™s house on 101st Avenue Southeast in the Eckelson area Tuesday, said Eugeneâ€™s wife, Hilma Komrosky.
She said Paul is in the intensive care unit, and Eugene is in a regular room. â€śThey both received second-degree burns â€“ very painful,â€ť Hilma said.
Hilma said two Komrosky families were living in the residence at the time of the explosion â€“ Paul and Jason Komrosky, and Jasonâ€™s wife, Laura.
The Valley City Police Department is asking for information from possible witnesses to a hit and run that left a Valley City woman injured on Tuesday morning.
Tonya Bennett, co-owner of the Another Time restaurant on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West Main Street, reported a regular customer had been hit by a young, female driver around 11 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
â€śShe came in and said that a black pickup with a young girl came speeding around the corner and she (the driver) had earphones in, hit her, and kept going,â€ť Bennett said.
â€śBuyers remorseâ€ť took on a whole new level in the case of one Oregon homeowner who is drawing national attention to a problem his family found themselves in.
Jonathan Hankins, of Klamath Falls, Ore., started a petition on Change.org that has gathered nation-wide support when he and his family began experiencing health problems after purchasing their new home. The suffering started with dry mouths and mouth sores, then Hankins started having sinus headaches and nosebleeds.