San Diego’s first Red Flag Warning of the season is in effect. A dangerous weather cocktail of gusty winds, low humidity, and high temperatures are why the National Weather Service in San Diego issued the warning. The warning is in effect until 5:00 PM Friday.
San Diego County’s Health and Human Services is investigating two confirmed and two possible cases of meningococcal disease. Commonly known as meningitis. A 22-year-old man hospitalized on April 9th died from the disses and a 47-year-old man is still in the hospital. The disease is spread through close contact like sharing a drinking glass or kissing. Symptoms include fever, headache, lethargy, stiff neck and a rash. Health Officials say if you’ve had close contact with an infected person to seek medical treatment.
At 10:00 AM University of California at San Diego students are going to sort through a thousand pounds of trash to show how most garbage still has many things in it that can be recycled.
And at 1:00 PM in Bonita Cove the San Diego Triathlon is having its pre-race expo. No word yet on any enhanced security because of the Boston Marathon bombing. The woman’s race is on Friday and the men Saturday.
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