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2019 Atlantic hurricane season now favors ‘above-normal’ activity, with 10-17 named storms, NOAA says

After a timid start to the Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters are advising that conditions have changed to allow for “above-normal” activity as the peak months of the season have arrived.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in its mid-season outlook that an El Nino weather pattern in the Pacific Ocean has ended, leading to neutral conditions that are more favorable for tropical activity.

“El Nino typically suppresses Atlantic hurricane activity but now that it’s gone, we could see a busier season ahead,” said Gerry Bell, lead seasonal hurricane forecaster at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. “This evolution, combined with the more conducive conditions associated with the ongoing high-activity era for Atlantic hurricanes that began in 1995, increases the likelihood of above-normal activity this year.”

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NOAA forecasters are now calling for 10-17 named storms with winds of 39 mph or higher, of which five to nine could strengthen into hurricanes. Of those storms, there will be two to four major hurricanes, which are classified as Category 3, 4, and 5 with winds of 111 mph or higher.

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The updated 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season outlook. (NOAA)

Forecasters this year have also increased the likelihood of an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season to 45 percent, up from a 30 percent chance from the pre-season outlook issued in May. The likelihood of near-normal activity is now at 35 percent and the chance of below-normal activity has dropped to 20 percent for this year’s hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.

An average hurricane season produces 12 named storms, of which six become hurricanes, including three major hurricanes, according to NOAA. The peak months of the hurricane season, August through October, are now underway.

Forecasters also stressed the NOAA outlook is for overall seasonal activity and not a landfall forecast. Landfalls are largely determined by short-term weather patterns, which are only predictable within about a week of a storm potentially reaching a coastline, according to the NOAA.

Those living in impact zones along the coast and inland are warned to be prepared for whatever may come this hurricane season.

“Today’s updated outlook is a reminder to be prepared,” Acting FEMA administrator Pete Gaynor said in a statement. “We urge everyone to learn more about hurricane hazards and prepare now, ahead of time, so that if state and local authorities announce evacuations in advance of a storm, you and your family will have planned where to go and what to do to stay safe.”

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So far, two named storms have formed this year.

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The list of names for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season. (NOAA)

Subtropical storm Andrea formed on May 21 and quickly fizzled a day later over the Atlantic, southwest of Bermuda. Hurricane Barry, the second storm, made landfall in Louisiana on July 13 as a Category 1 storm.

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The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, and this year includes the names: Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dorian, Erin, Fernand, Gabrielle, Humberto, Imelda, Jerry, Karen, Lorenzo, Melissa, Nestor, Olga, Pablo, Rebekah, Sebastien, Tanya, Van, and Wendy.

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Oregon man reunited with nearly $23G discovered in shoe box at recycling sorting facility in California

An Oregon man’s life savings almost ended up entombed in a California landfill.

The man from Ashland, Oregon had inadvertently thrown out a shoebox — that contained more than $23,000 in cash — on Thursday, tossing the box into a recycling bin outside his home. When he realized his mistake, the bin had already been emptied onto a truck bound for the Recology sorting facility in Humboldt County in Northern California.

The facility’s general manager told the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat most of the recyclables from the truck had been sorted by the time the man contacted Recology. Workers were nonetheless told to be on the lookout for the box.

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“But then the box showed up and came down the sorting line and we were all excited to see it,” she told the newspaper.

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This Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, photo provided by Recology, shows nearly $23,000 in cash discarded at a recycling bin in a shoebox, which was recovered by a worker at the Samoa Resource Recovery Center operated by Recology in Samoa, Calif. (Brian Sollom/Recology via AP)

Workers were able to recover all but $320 from the shoebox. The money somehow stayed in the box during the 200-mile trip to the facility.

“We take quite a bit of material every day so the odds of finding that are not much better than a needle in a haystack,” Wise told the Press-Democrat

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The man, who has yet to be identified, was “ecstatic” when Wise called to tell him the money was found. He was making the trip to the facility to claim it on Saturday, according to the paper.

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Dayton, Ohio, shooting suspect identified, sister among 9 killed, officials say

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The sister of the gunman in the deadly rampage in Dayton, Ohio was among the nine killed during the early-morning shooting in a popular nightlife area that left dozens injured, officials revealed Sunday.

Dayton Deputy Director and Assistant Chief of Police Lt. Col. Matt Carper identified the gunman as 24-year-old Connor Betts. His sister, 22-year-old Megan Betts, was among the nine killed, according to Carper, who added that al of those killed during the rampage were shot in the city’s Oregon District around Fifth Street.

Betts was killed by police less than a minute after he opened fire with a .223-caliber rifle in the streets of the Oregon District around 1 a.m. Sunday in the second U.S. mass shooting in less than 24 hours after at least 20 people were slain in El Paso, Texas.

“This is a heartbreaking tragedy,” Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine told reporters at a news conference Sunday afternoon. “It is the type of tragedy that you hope never comes to your state.”

DAYTON, OHIO, SHOOTING THAT LEFT 9 DEAD, 27 HURT HALTED ‘IN UNDER A MINUTE’ BY COPS WHO SHOT SUSPECT: MAYOR

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley says Betts was wearing body armor and had additional high-capacity magazines.  The Oregon District was filled with “thousands” of people out on a weekend night at the time, according to Whaley. Officers were also stationed in the neighborhood and were able to halt the rampage less than a minute after it began, the mayor added.

“If Dayton police had not gotten to the shooter in under a minute — and figure that 26 injured, 9 dead — hundreds of people in the Oregon District could be dead today,” Whaley told reporters.

This is developing story. Check back for updates.

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Boy, 6, drowns in wave pool at Florida water park, officials say

A 6-year-old boy drowned at a water park in Florida on Saturday after he was pulled out of a wave pool, according to officials.

Daytona Lagoon, located in Daytona Beach, said in a Facebook post the incident happened Saturday shortly before 1 p.m. when the boy was discovered in a wave pool.

The child was taken out and CPR was performed by lifeguards in addition to “other lifesaving maneuvers” before EMTs arrived at the scene to transport the boy to an area hospital.

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“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family right now,” Tyler Currie, General Manager of Daytona Lagoon said in a statement posted to Facebook. “This is a tragedy that leaves us all with heavy hearts.”

Witnesses told the Daytona Beach News-Journal that other water park guests, including a doctor, helped lifeguards with chest compressions as they waited for first responders to arrive.

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A 6-year-old boy died after being pulled from a wave pool at Daytona Lagoon water park in Daytona Beach, Fla. (Google Street View)

“They were working on him for a long time,” Colette Jeffrey of Atlanta told the newspaper. “It was awful.”

Officials said “in spite of all efforts to save him from drowning,” the boy died while en route to Halifax Health Medical Center.

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“We are grateful for the support of our trained lifeguards and teams of medical technicians onsite,” Currie said in a statement. “We are also fortunate that a guest, who was a doctor, also stepped up to assist alongside the team.”

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China releases dramatic army propaganda video in wake of Hong Kong protests with ‘anti-riot’ drills

As the summer of protests continues to escalate in Hong Kong, the Chinese army released a video Thursday for its troops based in the city showing footage of an “anti-riot drill” as a top commander warned of punishment against “violent criminals.

The three-minute video from the Hong Kong Garrison of China’s People’s Liberation Army was posted on social media, and begins with a solider shouting “all consequences are at your own risk.”

One section of the PLA video called “anti-riot drill footage” shows troops advancing with shields on protestors as armored personnel carriers with battering rams race forward.

HONG KONG PROTESTS CONDEMNED BY CHINA AS ‘HORRENDOUS’ AS STATE MEDIA CALLS ON ‘FORCEFUL’ ACTION TO END UNREST

The footage in the video also shows soldiers rappelling from helicopters, aiming sniper guns and, in one sequence, throwing tear gas at a crowd dressed as civilians.

The scenes bare similarities to the current situation in Hong Kong, where the police have used tear gas, pepper spray, and rubber bullets to quell pro-democracy demonstrators. Some of the targeted civilians shown in the army video are wearing helmets and masks, much like those worn by protesters who have taken to Hong Kong’s streets over the past two months.

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FILE – In this June 30, 2019, file photo, soldiers of Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) demonstrate their skill during an open day of Stonecutter Island naval base, in Hong Kong, to mark the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong handover to China. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

Soldiers in the video hold up a red flag that declares: “Stop Charging Or We Use Force” and shouted that those on the receiving end would bear the consequences.

A similar banner is used by Hong Kong police when they quell protests. At the end of the drill, soldiers are seen taking some handcuffed civilians away.

The protests in Hong Kong began in April and reached critical mass in early June as a call to withdraw an extradition bill that would have allowed people in the former British colony to be sent to stand trial in mainland China, where critics say their legal rights would be threatened.  Even though the government indefinitely suspended the legislation, demonstrators are still demanding greater democracy and government accountability.

As the movement has progressed, both protesters and police have at times resorted to violence. Since the protests began, the PLA has stayed in its barracks and left the Hong Kong police force to deal with the massive crowds and sometimes violent clashes.

In response to questions about whether the army will be sent in to handle demonstrators, Chinese officials have pointed to an article in Hong Kong’s Garrison Law stating that troops already stationed in the city can be deployed at the request of the Hong Kong government.

Article 14 of the Basic Law, Hong Kong’s mini-constitution, says PLA troops “shall not interfere” in local affairs, but that Hong Kong’s government can ask for assistance from the garrison “in the maintenance of public order and in disaster relief,” according to the Associated Press.

HONG KONG POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS AT PROTESTERS

In remarks ahead of Thursday’s anniversary of the PLA, garrison commander Maj. Gen. Chen Daoxiang said Beijing “firmly supports” Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam and moves by police and the courts to enforce the law and punish “violent criminals.”

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In this June 30, 2019, file photo, Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers take part in a flag raising ceremony during an open day of Stonecutter Island naval base, in Hong Kong, to mark the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong handover to China. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)

“Recently, there have been a series of extremely violent incidents happening in Hong Kong,” he said at the reception, according to the South China Morning Post. “This has damaged the prosperity and stability of the city, and challenged the rule of law and social order. The incidents have seriously threatened the life and safety of Hong Kong citizens, and violated the bottom line of ‘one country, two systems.'”

Diplomats and foreign security analysts who are watching the situation closely told Reuters they believe there is not strong will in Beijing for the PLA to be deployed on the streets of Hong Kong.

“We believe that the Hong Kong garrison of the People’s Liberation Army will continue to become a stabilizing pillar for Hong Kong’s long-term prosperity and stability,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a briefing in Beijing when asked about the video, according to the news agency.

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Any use of the PLA against protesters would conjure up memories of the army’s bloody June 1989 crackdown on student pro-democracy protests centered on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in which hundreds, possibly thousands were killed.

The PLA struggled in the years afterward to rehabilitate its reputation after turning its guns on its own people. The world’s largest standing army, the PLA is actually the military wing of the ruling Communist Party with explicit instructions to follow the orders of the party, not the government.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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2 mothers active in Chicago’s anti-violence movement among those shot dead in weekend violence

Two women who volunteered for an anti-violence group trying to stop gun violence in Chicago were among those shot to death in weekend violence.

Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were both mothers in addition to volunteers for the group “Mothers Against Senseless Killings” that worked with other moms to thwart violence on the city’s South Side.

Both were working as peacekeepers at a corner where members of the group often stood watch in the neighborhood of Englewood on Friday night when they were shot dead after someone opened fire from an SUV, according to police.

CHICAGO WEEKEND SHOOTINGS LEAVE 8 DEAD, 40 WOUNDED

The 26-year-old Grant was a mother to three young children, while the 35-year-old Stoudemire was a mother of two.

The Chicago Police Department said officers found both women down on the sidewalk after a blue SUV drove up and opened fire. A 58-year-old man suffered a graze wound.

Mothers Against Senseless Killings founder Tamar Manasseh called the women’s death’s “terrifying” and “heartbreaking.”

Members of the group had vowed four years ago to take back the corner and keep it safe for women and children after a previous murder there, patrolling the area for the entire summer, WLS-TV reported. Besides hosting barbeques, members of the group told WLS their constant presence was to help deter violence.

CHICAGO MAYOR: POLICE ‘ARE LOSING THE STREETS’ TO MAJOR ERUPTIONS OF VIOLENCE

“It is sacred ground, as far as we’re concerned,” MASK member Maria Pike told the television station. “This was a haven that was built by moms.”

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Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were shot to death on a while out volunteering as peacekeepers in a neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side on Friday. (FOX 32)

A 58-year-old man was also injured in the shooting and suffered a graze wound, FOX32 reported.

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A GoFundMe campaign has already raised over $9,000 for a reward to anyone who has information on the deadly shooting.

As of Tuesday, Chicago police say no arrests have been made in connection to the killings.

Authorities said a total of 48 people were shot over the weekend, eight of them fatally.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Canada murder suspects could already be 1,800 miles from slayings, described as ‘best friends’ who were ‘out on adventure’

Two young men who have spurred a nationwide manhunt in Canada after the killings of an American woman, her Australian boyfriend, and a third unidentified man are known as lifelong friends, according to the father of one of the now-suspects.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police made the shocking announcement during a news conference Tuesday that Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, from Port Alberni, British Columbia, are the main suspects in the slayings of  23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler, and his American girlfriend Chynna Deese, 24, who were discovered shot to death on July 15 along the side of the Alaska Highway near Liard Hot Springs, British Columbia.

“We’re asking the public, if you spot Bryer or Kam, consider them dangerous,” RCMP Sgt. Janelle Shoihet told reporters.

MISSING CANADIAN MEN NOW CONSIDERED SUSPECTS IN KILLINGS OF COUPLE, OTHER MAN, POLICE REVEAL

Shoihet said Tuesday that McLeod and Schmegelsky left British Columbia and have been traveling in northern Saskatchewan in a grey 2011 Toyota Rav 4.  Authorities released surveillance photos of the two in Saskatchewan.

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Security camera images of Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and a Toyota RAV4 SUV are placed on display before an Royal Canadian Mounted Police news conference in Surrey, British Columbia, on Tuesday, July 23, 2019. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP)

But later in the day, police said the duo may be further east in Manitoba after a reported sighting in the remote northern town of Gillam.

The possible spotting in the Gillam area is roughly 1,800 miles from the region where the killings took place in British ColumbiaOfficials have said the two young men may also have also changed their appearances and be driving another vehicle.

“We have reasons to believe they were recently in the Gillam area,” RCMP Manitoba said on Twitter. “If you spot them – take no actions – do not approach – call 911 or your local police immediately.”

Gilliam Mayor Dwayne Forman told CTV News the alert prompted many of the town’s residents to stay indoors.

“The streets are very quiet right now,” he said Tuesday night.

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Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky are now considered suspects in the killings of three people across British Columbia. (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

The notice came as a burnt-out car was discovered near the reserve of  Bird, located about 34 miles from Gilliam, CTV News reported. Fox Lake Cree Nation Walter Spence said in a statement that RCMP would patrol the area after the discovery, but that officials could not confirm if the vehicle was related to the wanted men.

“The RCMP are carefully conducting their work with a large presence and I would like to ask all community members to report anything of concern directly to RCMP,” he said in a statement to CTV News.

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In this undated photo provided by the Deese family of Chynna Deese, 23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler, left, and 24-year-old American girlfriend Chynna Deese poses for a selfie. The couple were found murdered along the Alaska Highway near Liard Hot Springs, Canada, on Monday, July 15, 2019. (Deese Family via AP)

McLeod and Schmegelsky, who are both from Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, were initially listed as missing persons after their burning truck was discovered July 19. While authorities were investigating the burning truck Friday, they discovered a body at a nearby highway pullout. RCMP said that officials were still working to identify the male remains.

Authorities had originally said the pair were traveling to Whitehorse in the Yukon to look for work and had not been in contact with their families for the past few days, police said.

NORTH CAROLINA WOMAN, AUSTRALIAN MAN WERE SHOT DEAD IN CANADA, ‘POSSIBLE’ LINK TO MISSING TEENS, DEAD MAN

Bryer Schmegelsky’s father, Alan, told the Victoria Times Colonist on Tuesday he discovered his son was a suspect in the killings after a reporter texted him.

“I’m worried to death about my kid. He’s not even a man,” he told the paper. “This is not the kid I know.”

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Bryer Schmegelsky (left) and Kam McLeod (right) were reported missing after their camper van was found burnt out on Friday and their families lost contact with them, according to police. (Dease Lake RCMP)

Schmegelsky said he’s been trying to contact his son since he was reported missing, but not heard anything. The 18-year-old doesn’t have a driver’s license and while he was interested in airsoft guns, Alan Schmegelsky told the Colonist he didn’t think his son ever fired a real gun.

“I’m in disbelief,” he told the paper. “I didn’t see any signs of violence.”

At a news conference on Monday before his son was named a suspect, Alan Schmegelsky said his son and McLeod were disappointed with the Walmart gig, their first jobs, and they decided to head off in search of something better up north, CBC News reported.

“They’re just kids on an adventure. They’re good boys,” he said at the time.

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A red and grey Dodge pickup truck and sleeping camper driven by Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky was found abandoned and on fire south of the Stikine River Bridge on Highway 37 on Friday. An unidentified male body was found nearby at a nearby highway pullout. (Dease Lake RCMP)

He told the Colonist in an earlier interview the friends would frequently go into the woods to play strategy games, and he had even purchased his son a camouflage outfit for the game.

“His buddies all had them and that was their outdoor video game. You know, a real-life video game,” he told the newspaper.

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McLeod’s has family declined to comment after the disclosure by police, according to CTV News. Residents of Port Alberni were also shocked by the news.

“It’s a very worrying story, no matter how you look at it,” Mayor Sharie Minions told the Vancouver Sun. “It’s a sad time for the community. Our thoughts are with the families of the boys and of the victims.”

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Chynna Deese, 24, of North Carolina, and her boyfriend, Lucas Fowler, of Australia were murdered in British Columbia, Canada last Sunday or Monday. (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

A friend of the young men told CTV News they were “average kids” who liked sports and partied, but never were cause for concern.

“I never heard from anyone, co-workers, friends in town, that they were bad kids,” a person who asked to not be identified told CTV News. “I just met them a couple times, seen (them) at hockey and around town. They seemed nice.”

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The location where the couple was last seen, and where their bodies were discovered. (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

The RCMP has said that 23-year-old Australian Lucas Fowler, and his American girlfriend Chynna Deese, 24, were shot to death before their bodies were discovered on the side of the Alaska Highway near Liard Hot Springs on July 15. The couple is believed to have been killed that day or the day prior.

On Monday, authorities released surveillance video of the couple at a gas station in Fort Nelson on July 13, which shows the pair arriving in the van and staying at the facility for about 17 minutes before leaving.

Just a few days after the bodies of a young couple were discovered on the side of a highway in northern British Columbia, young men’s burning truck and a body were discovered roughly 292 miles away.

Authorities released a sketch of the deceased man and asked for the public’s help in identifying him. He is described as in his 50s and 60s with a heavy build with a grey beard and grey hair.

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A sketch of the unidentified man who was found dead a little over a mile from the burnt-out camper belonging to the two teenagers. (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

The separate discoveries of three bodies and a burning car with missing occupants shook rural northern British Columbia.

Shoihet has previously acknowledged it was “unusual” to have two major investigations at the same time in the remote region that sees travelers from abroad in addition to motorists and businesses moving between B.C., Alberta, the Northwest Territories, the Yukon Territory, and Alaska.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Tainted alcohol kills at least 19 in Costa Rica, health officials say

At least 19 people have died since early June after drinking alcohol tainted with methanol in Costa Rica, prompting a national alert and widening the focus on the problem of bootleg liquor in Latin America.

The Costa Rican Health Ministry said in a preliminary report on Friday it counted 14 men and five women, ranging in age from 32 to 72, who’ve died after drinking adulterated liquor.

“The Ministry of Health continues to carry out operations throughout the national territory in order to reduce the exposure of consumers to adulterated products,” the ministry said.

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Six of the deaths were reported in San José, one in Heredia, four in Cartago, two in Guanacaste and one in Limón, according to the health department, which added three of the fatalities are still under investigation.

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At least 19 people have died after drinking alcohol tainted with methanol in Costa Rica, according to officials. (Costa Rican Health Ministry)

Government officials have so far seized around 30,000 bottles from brands suspected of containing methanol, with names includintg “Aguardiente Molotov” and “Guaro Gran Apache.” Aguardiente translates to English as “fire water.” Both it and guaro are traditionally distilled from sugar cane.

According to the World Health Organization, a trace amount of methanol is common in fermented drinks, but, in large quantities, it can make someone very sick. Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, an associate professor at the New York University School of Medicine, told “FOX & Friends First” on Monday that methanol is typically used in wiper fluid to clean windshields and solids.

“The problem with methanol is that it’s so much more dangerous than alcohol,” she said. “It can make you blind, it can damage your kidneys and you might not even realize this at first and then you can die.”

Nampiaparampil said just 30 milliliters — about two-thirds of a shot glass — is enough to cause permanent blindness.

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“That’s the danger,” she told “FOX & Friends First” “Let’s say you drink too much alcohol, you might know pretty much in a couple hours that you’re sick. Methanol you might not realize it right away, it can happen days later.”

Nampiaparampil said issues develop when the liver tries to get rid of methanol and converts it into something “that is more dangerous.”

“So you can have headache, abdominal pain, all these things but unless you thought you had some other issues you might just think you’re sick, you’re on vacation or you ate something wrong,” she said.

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Liquor sellers sometimes dilute products with toxic methanol to increase profit margins or raise alcohol content.

“Most likely this is related to some type of manufacturing error, that when they were trying to make ethanol they accidentally made some methanol,” Nampiaparampil said. “So that can happen in some counterfeit liquors.”

Donald Corella, head of emergency services at Calderon Guardia Hospital in San Jose, who was quoted in the Argentine daily newspaper La Nacion as saying some of the alcohol tested contained between 30 to 50 percent methanol.

Corella added that while four people at the hospital survived, they sustained “very serious after-effects” ranging from irreversible total blindness to brain lesions that cause tremors similar to Parkinson’s disease.

President Carlos Alvarado said on Twitter he “deeply regrets” the lives that have been lost and has instructed the Health Ministry and other authorities to collect “all possible data” in order to determine who is responsible.

Bootleg liquor has recently come under the microscope after the deaths of several Americans either during or soon after their stays at resorts in the Dominican Republic and establishments in Mexico.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Venezuelan fighter jet ‘aggressively shadowed’ Navy aircraft over Caribbean Sea, US military says

A U.S. Navy intelligence aircraft was “aggressively shadowed” by a Venezuelan fighter jet over the Caribbean Sea on Friday in a move that U.S. officials are calling “unprofessional” and endangered the safety of those on board.

The U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) said Sunday in a news release that a U.S. Navy EP-3 Aries II aircraft was flying a mission in international airspace when it was approached “in an unprofessional manner” by the Venezuelan SU-30 Flanker fighter plane.

“After reviewing video documentation, we have determined the Russian-made fighter aggressively shadowed the EP-3 at an unsafe distance in international airspace for a prolonged period of time, endangering the safety of the crew and jeopardizing the EP-3 mission,” SOUTHCOM said in a statement.

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SOUTHCOM said that the U.S. “routinely conducts regionally-supported, multi-nationally recognized and approved detection and monitoring missions in the region to ensure the safety and security of our citizens and those of our partners.”

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The Venezuela SU-30 Flanker “aggressively shadowed” a U.S. Navy EP-3 aircraft on Friday over the Caribbean Sea, according to U.S. military officials. (SOUTHCOM)

The EP-3 aircraft was “adhering to international standards and rules” at the time of the incident, SOUTHCOM said.

SOUTHCOM also shared a video of how close the Venezuelan fighter jet got to the Navy plane on Twitter.

The Navy plane, an EP-3 aircraft is generally used by the Navy for anti-Submarine warfare and anti-surface warfare and has a range of 2,380 nautical miles, according to a Navy fact sheet.

The incident underscored rising tensions between the two nations. The U.S. backs opposition leader Juan Guaido’s attempt to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuelan officials claimed the aircraft entered Venezuelan airspace without notification and was “a clear provocation” in addition to being in violation of international treaties. Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said on Twitter the incident happened around midday on Friday, and created a safety risk for commercial aircraft from the country’s main airport.

The Venezuelan  Operational Strategic Command also shared a map of where the incident took place.

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SOUTHCOM said that the “unprofessional” act demonstrated a continued action by the Maduro regime to “undermine internationally-recognized laws and demonstrate its contempt for international agreements authorizing the U.S. and other nations to safely conduct flights in international airspace.”

“Despite the Venezuelan people’s suffering, his nation’s vital infrastructure crumbling, and children starving, Maduro chooses to use his country’s precious resources to engage in unprovoked and unjustified acts,” SOUTHCOM said.

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​The Venezuela SU-30 Flanker that “aggressively shadowed” a U.S. Navy EP-3 aircraft endangers and jeopardized the mission, according to U.S. military officials. (SOUTHCOM)

SOUTHCOM added the action by Venezuela “demonstrates Russia’s irresponsible military support to the illegitimate Maduro regime and adds to Maduro’s growing legacy of reckless and negligent behavior, which undermines international rule of law and efforts to counter illicit trafficking.”

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The incident over the Caribbean Sea came just over a month after a Russian fighter jet buzzed a U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean Sea three times in what the Navy called an “irresponsible” manner. The U.S. P-8A Poseidon aircraft was flying in international airspace on June 4 at the time of the intercepts, Navy officials added.

The Russian SU-35 “conducting a high-speed pass directly in front of the mission aircraft” that caused turbulence “put our pilots and crew at risk,” according to a statement from the Navy’s 6th Fleet. The entire encounter lasted almost 3 hours and the U.S. plane was not trying to “provoke this Russian activity.”

Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran and Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.

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Venezuelan fighter jet ‘aggressively shadowed’ Navy aircraft over Caribbean Sea, US military says

A U.S. Navy intelligence aircraft was “aggressively shadowed” by a Venezuelan fighter jet over the Caribbean Sea on Friday in a move that U.S. officials are calling “unprofessional” and endangered the safety of those on board.

The U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) said Sunday in a news release that a U.S. Navy EP-3 Aries II aircraft was flying a mission in international airspace when it was approached “in an unprofessional manner” by the Venezuelan SU-30 Flanker fighter plane.

“After reviewing video documentation, we have determined the Russian-made fighter aggressively shadowed the EP-3 at an unsafe distance in international airspace for a prolonged period of time, endangering the safety of the crew and jeopardizing the EP-3 mission,” SOUTHCOM said in a statement.

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SOUTHCOM said that the U.S. “routinely conducts regionally-supported, multi-nationally recognized and approved detection and monitoring missions in the region to ensure the safety and security of our citizens and those of our partners.”

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The Venezuela SU-30 Flanker “aggressively shadowed” a U.S. Navy EP-3 aircraft on Friday over the Caribbean Sea, according to U.S. military officials. (SOUTHCOM)

The EP-3 aircraft was “adhering to international standards and rules” at the time of the incident, SOUTHCOM said.

SOUTHCOM also shared a video of how close the Venezuelan fighter jet got to the Navy plane on Twitter.

The Navy plane, an EP-3 aircraft is generally used by the Navy for anti-Submarine warfare and anti-surface warfare and has a range of 2,380 nautical miles, according to a Navy fact sheet.

The incident underscored rising tensions between the two nations. The U.S. backs opposition leader Juan Guaido’s attempt to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuelan officials claimed the aircraft entered Venezuelan airspace without notification and was “a clear provocation” in addition to being in violation of international treaties. Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said on Twitter the incident happened around midday on Friday, and created a safety risk for commercial aircraft from the country’s main airport.

The Venezuelan  Operational Strategic Command also shared a map of where the incident took place.

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SOUTHCOM said that the “unprofessional” act demonstrated a continued action by the Maduro regime to “undermine internationally-recognized laws and demonstrate its contempt for international agreements authorizing the U.S. and other nations to safely conduct flights in international airspace.”

“Despite the Venezuelan people’s suffering, his nation’s vital infrastructure crumbling, and children starving, Maduro chooses to use his country’s precious resources to engage in unprovoked and unjustified acts,” SOUTHCOM said.

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​The Venezuela SU-30 Flanker that “aggressively shadowed” a U.S. Navy EP-3 aircraft endangers and jeopardized the mission, according to U.S. military officials. (SOUTHCOM)

SOUTHCOM added the action by Venezuela “demonstrates Russia’s irresponsible military support to the illegitimate Maduro regime and adds to Maduro’s growing legacy of reckless and negligent behavior, which undermines international rule of law and efforts to counter illicit trafficking.”

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The incident over the Caribbean Sea came just over a month after a Russian fighter jet buzzed a U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean Sea three times in what the Navy called an “irresponsible” manner. The U.S. P-8A Poseidon aircraft was flying in international airspace on June 4 at the time of the intercepts, Navy officials added.

The Russian SU-35 “conducting a high-speed pass directly in front of the mission aircraft” that caused turbulence “put our pilots and crew at risk,” according to a statement from the Navy’s 6th Fleet. The entire encounter lasted almost 3 hours and the U.S. plane was not trying to “provoke this Russian activity.”

Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran and Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.

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