An electron micrograph of a Listeria bacterium in tissue is seen in a 2002 image from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Reuters/Elizabeth White/CDC/Handout via Reuters)
A listeria outbreak that has sickened at least 23 people across 10 states may be linked to Florida, the CDC said this week.
Of the 22 people who health officials have been able to track down, 20 of them reported living in Florida or traveling to the state in the month before they got sick, but the CDC noted that “the significance of this is still under investigation.”
Listeria, a foodborne illness, is usually caused by contaminated dairy, produce, deli meats, or smoked fish.
Symptoms, which include fever, fatigue, and muscle aches, typically start within one to four weeks of eating food contaminated with listeria.
In the current outbreak, 22 people have been hospitalized and one person has died. Five of those who got infected were pregnant at the time, with one person reporting the loss of the fetus.
Vials of raw sheep’s milk are seen with bottles of substances used to check the milk for strains of Listeria and Salmonella before the milk is developed into roquefort cheese. (Pascal Pavani/AFP via Getty Images)
The true number of illnesses is likely much higher, according to the CDC, as some people recover before seeking medical attention.
Health officials are still trying to identify the food that is the source of this outbreak.
A listeria outbreak stemming from deli meats sickened at least 10 people and killed one in 2020. Another outbreak caused by precooked chicken put three people in the hospital and killed one last year.
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A group of climate activists has started a campaign to randomly slash tires of parked SUVs across the U.S. in an effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
The Tyre Extinguishers — a group that originated in the U.K. and has expanded to various European nations — conducted its first “action” in New York City this week. The group vowed to conduct similar operations in cities nationwide.
“We are rapidly expanding across the United States and are in touch with people in major cities across the USA,” a spokesperson for the Tyre Extinguishers told Fox News Digital. “We expect this to expand massively.”
The spokesperson referred Fox News Digital back to the group’s website in response to a series of other questions. They didn’t comment on the legality of vandalizing SUVs.
On Tuesday, the Tyre extinguishers celebrated “disarming” 40 SUVs in New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood. Participants of the action left flyers on each of the vehicles asking its owner not to “take it personally.”
“We did this because driving around urban areas in your massive vehicle has huge consequences for others,” the pamphlet said.
“The world is facing a climate emergency,” it added. “We’re taking actions into our own hands because our governments and politicians will not.”
The group noted that it would slash tires of electric and hybrid vehicles as well since they also have a carbon footprint.
The pamphlet that activists with the group Tyre Extinguishers left on SUVs in New York City on Tuesday. (Tyre Extinguishers)
“On June 28, 2022 at 12:20am in front of 146 East 65 Street there is a report on file in the 19th Precinct for criminal tampering,” a New York Police Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital in an email. “A 49-year-old male victim states upon returning to his vehicles he discovered one tire to each of his vehicles had been deflated.”
The spokesperson added that no arrests have been made and that the investigation remains ongoing.
“The Tyre Extinguishers want to see bans on SUVs in urban areas, pollution levies to tax SUVs out of existence, and massive investment in free, comprehensive public transport,” the group said in a statement Tuesday.
“But until politicians make this a reality, Tyre Extinguishers action will continue,” the statement continued.
The group has conducted operations in the U.K., Austria, Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Sweden and New Zealand.
Thomas Catenacci is a politics writer at Fox News Digital
Veterans who have served our nation by putting their lives on the line through their military service too often find themselves facing the tragic circumstance of homelessness.
Now, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a New York-based nonprofit, has committed itself to addressing this situation through a major new initiative: providing homes for homeless veterans.
“We owe so much to America’s veterans. These brave servicemen and women have made incredible sacrifices in order to protect this country,” Frank Siller, chairman and SEO of Tunnel to Towers, told Fox News Digital on Friday morning.
“At Tunnel to Towers, we knew we had an obligation to make sure they weren’t left struggling on the streets. We’re looking forward to the future and the progress we will make through our Veteran Homelessness Program,” he also said.
It will be nothing short of “life-changing,” added Bradley Blakeman, a senior adviser to Tunnel to Towers and to Frank Siller, who shared further details with Fox News Digital in a phone interview this week.
Frank Siller founded Tunnel to Towers (t2t.org) in honor of his heroic brother, Stephen Siller, who lost his life during 9/11 as he saved others. The group has a new initiative to provide housing for all American veterans who need it. (Fox News)
“There are now three legs to the stool,” said Blakeman of the group’s expanding mission. “Previously, our mission was to pay off mortgages for fallen first responders and military killed in the line of duty leaving a family behind.”
The second “leg of the stool,” he said, is to provide smart homes for critically injured military and first responders injured in the line of duty.
“[Frank] Siller and the board recently said, ‘We have to do more — what are we missing?’” said Blakeman.
The nonprofit goes where the need is greatest: “If you build it, they won’t come — we have to go be where they are.”
“There are 40,000 veterans on our streets — it’s unacceptable,” said Blakeman.
Tunnel to Towers has already invested millions of dollars into this new mission just 120 days in, Blakeman noted.
The nonprofit, headquartered in Staten Island, N.Y., is now active in Riverside, Calif., and West Los Angeles, Calif. — as well as in Phoenix, Houston and Washington, D.C.
The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has a new alliance with U.S. VETS to provide both quality housing and important services for America’s homeless veterans. (Tunnel to Towers Foundation)
They’re looking to expand soon into Florida, New York and Georgia, too, Blakeman said.
The need for dignity
He shared additional details about the progress already made on the new initiative.
Blakeman said they are “housing people in Riverside, California, renovating property in Phoenix, closing on property in Houston, looking for property in Florida and in negotiations on property in D.C.”
He underscored the importance of dignity when it comes to assisting our veterans.
Tunnel to Towers Foundation is now working with U.S. VETS to provide housing and services for all America vets who are homeless. (Tunnel to Towers Foundation)
“It’s just not enough to provide a home and a roof,” he said. “We want to house folks in need in comfort and dignity, and we can do that — but we also need to provide services,” he said.
“Without services, we’re not providing the help these people need to either get back on their feet and rejoin their communities, or to live out the rest of their days in dignity and comfort.”
This new alliance ensures that Tunnel to Towers is providing “the best quality of housing complemented with the best quality of services available.”
To provide the crucial housing as well as much-needed services, Tunnel to Towers (t2t.org) has built an alliance with the nonprofit group U.S. VETS, headquartered in Los Angeles.
The group provides an array of programs and services, including physical and mental health services, job training and alcohol and drug therapies, said Blakeman.
America’s homeless veterans are not forgotten by Tunnel to Towers and U.S. VETS. The two groups are working together to provide housing plus quality services for veterans all across the nation. (Tunnel to Towers Foundation)
Nearly 38,000 veterans are experiencing homelessness — making up roughly 9% of all homeless adults, according to the U.S. VETS website.
“We know what we do well,” said Blakeman of Tunnel to Towers. “We build and help provide infrastructure — we have the capital. And we know what we don’t do — and that is the servicing. So, we got the best in the business.”
This new alliance ensures that Tunnel to Towers is providing “the best quality of housing complemented with the best quality of services available,” he said.
“Eventually we hope to totally eradicate veteran homelessness.”
Veteran in need of homes don’t have to find them, said Blakeman. Instead, the nonprofit goes where the need is greatest.
“If you build it, they won’t come — we have to go be where they are,” he explained.
“Homeless vets tend to congregate in the Sun Belt, where it’s easier to live, and in urban areas. We are not going to uproot them and take them from their familiar surroundings.”
The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has bold goals to help eradicate veteran homelessness across America.
Tunnel to Towers’ research, along with data from U.S. Census reports, indicates that the help is needed first in the states in which they’re now actively working — but their goals are big.
“Eventually we hope to totally eradicate veteran homelessness,” said Blakeman.
‘Determined to carry out his duty’
Tunnel to Towers has a dramatic and personal backstory, as many people know.
Frank Siller founded the nonprofit to honor and remember his brother, the late Stephen Siller — one of the many heroes of 9/11.
Stephen Siller was a firefighter with the F.D.N.Y. who turned around on 9/11 after his shift was over and ran back to help those in need. He died in service to his fellow Americans. Frank Siller founded Tunnel to Towers in his honor. (Frank Siller/Tunnel to Towers)
On that day in 2001, Stephen Siller, a husband, father of five and firefighter with Brooklyn’s Squad 1, had just finished his shift and was on his way to play golf when he heard a plane had hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center, according to the Tunnels to Towers website.
Stephen turned around and drove to the entrance of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel — only to find it closed already for security purposes.
“The Sillers have turned their family’s tragedy into a blessing.”
“Determined to carry out his duty,” as the Tunnel to Towers website explains, Stephen “strapped 60 lbs. of gear to his back and raced on foot through the tunnel to the Twin Towers” — where he “gave up his life while saving others.”
Stephen Siller, who lost his life on 9/11, is shown in his F.D.N.Y. department uniform. (Frank Siller/Tunnel to Towers)
Blakeman’s own personal backstory echoes Siller’s.
Serving President George Bush on 9/11 as his gatekeeper and scheduler, Blakeman was in the West Wing when the White House had to be evacuated.
On that terrible day, Blakeman lost his nephew, a first responder who was in the South Tower.
Do you do the ‘right thing’ when nobody is watching? We have rules and regulations to deter people from performing certain actions that are deemed negative by society. What happens if there are no specific laws that prohibit a certain negative action? This brings us to the Shopping Cart Theory that I came across online.
The Shopping Cart Theory first appeared on 4chan in 2020.
Summary Of Shopping Cart Theory
It is a test to see if a person can do the right thing when not forced to
Returning a shopping cart is objectively the right thing to do
Unless there is an emergency, there is no reason why one should not return the shopping carts
There is no punishment if you decide not to return the shopping cart to the appropriate area
You gain nothing by returning the shopping cart
Someone who doesn’t return their trolley is no better than an animal
Return = good person
Don’t return = bad person
In Singapore, we do have a direct benefit from returning the shopping carts as there is a deposit system. The reason why we have the deposit system is to encourage the return of shopping carts.
Besides shopping carts, another example that can apply to the Shopping Cart Theory would be the hawker food trays before 1 September 2021. We cannot be trusted to do the right thing so from 1 September 2021 onwards, it would be an offence to leave behind food trays or litter after eating.
Why Do People Return Shopping Carts?
It is just the right thing to do. Mostly these people do not inconvenience other people like the staff and other shoppers. The staff would have to go around collecting the abandoned carts while other shoppers might have difficulty finding a shopping cart if a lot of these carts are not at the original place. The shopping carts might also be blocking the parking space
If there is a deposit system, the user would want to get back their dollar after using the shopping cart.
Of course, some people return the carts to prevent being judged or cancelled if there are other people around.
Why Do People Not Return Shopping Carts?
These people value their own time and effort over others. Some reasons they gave are
Return receptacle is too far away
Someone else’s job
Doing a favour for the next user as the cart can be easily accessed
While doing my research, I see some people giving lousy excuses of giving the staff a job or giving them a “break” when they get to go out and collect the abandoned shopping carts. These excuses help them rationalize leaving the shopping carts wherever, turning a negative deed into a positive deed in their mind. Not returning your shopping carts does not only inconvenience other people but also wastes resources.
There is also the emergency excuse mentioned in the Shopping Cart Theory. Let’s be honest with ourselves, how many emergencies can happen to an individual every time they need to return their shopping carts?
5 Types Of Shopping Cart Users
From a Scientific American article, shopping cart users can be mainly classified into 5 groups.
Returners who always return the shopping carts to the receptacle
Never Returners who never return their shopping carts
Convenience Returners who only return their shopping carts if it is convenient
Pressure Returners who will return the shopping carts if there are other people around
Child-Driven Returners who treat it as a game as it is fun for their child
From these 5 categories, we can see that it is not so straightforward to determine whether you are a good or bad person based on your shopping cart actions.
Are You A Good Or A Bad Person?
I would say that using savagery or animal to describe people who do not return their trolleys would be a bit exaggerated. One bad action shouldn’t determine whether you are a good or bad person. It also doesn’t take into account that you might learn your lesson and start doing the right thing. Cancel culture likes to place judgement on someone with minimal chance of redemption and it can be difficult to come back from there.
But if you don’t return your shopping cart consistently, even after you know that you are directly affecting other people, I would say that you are a bad person who doesn’t care about other people. There are no surveys done specifically but I predict that there is an overlap with people who consistently litter and people who do not return their shopping carts.
Even if you return the trolley, it doesn’t mean that you are a good person. In an era where you can get cancelled just like that, it keeps people in check where being cancelled can directly severely affect their relationships or job security. Even without a cancel culture, the reason some people return shopping carts is the fear of being judged if they get caught, not because it is the right thing to do.
The Shopping Cart Theory is just a thought-provoking theory that shed some light on the actions of people who do not return their shopping carts. It cannot be used as a definitive test to see whether someone is a good or bad person.
Do We Really Need Laws For Everything?
Singapore is famous for being a ‘fine’ city. After implementing a law from clearing trays, will shopping cart abandonment grow into such a big problem that a law will be enacted specifically for this problem? It is quite sad that we need laws to help guide humanity’s actions as we cannot be trusted to do the right thing.
I previously wrote an article on trolley abandonment and how it wastes resources. It costs FairPrice S$150,000 a year to collect and replace abandoned trolleys.
Besides laws and fines, we will need to educate the public on doing the right thing by returning their shopping carts. It will be hard to change the mindset of some adults so we should focus on children so they grow up with a civic mindset and they can also set an example for their future children.
The Shopping Cart Theory attempts to determine if you are a good or bad person depending on what you do with your shopping cart at the end of your shopping session. It is not so straightforward as there can be some nuances. Besides implementing laws, we should start educating since young on responsibility and civic-mindedness. We shouldn’t fully depend on laws to hope people do the right thing.
There’s a lot to love about avocados. They’re creamy, mild, and filled with good-for-you fats. Avocados are also delightfully versatile, earning them a spot in everything from tacos to toast. All that being said, if the luscious green fruit (yes, fruit) is part of your weekly menu, you might end up with leftovers that you want to store in your refrigerator or even freezer—but can you actually freeze avocados? The short answer is yes, but there is a right way to freeze the fruit. Ahead, experts lay out the process for us.
Although using fresh avocados will always be best, freezing them certainly has its perks. The key to getting it right is to consider several factors first. For starters, only ripe avocados should be stored in the freezer, because “once avocado is frozen it won’t continue to ripen—even when thawed,” says Ann Ziata, chef-instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education.
Avocados that have been frozen and thawed aren’t ideal for every dish. According to Traci Weintraub, founder and head chef at Gracefully Fed, freezing avocado fundamentally changes its texture, causing it to become softer and somewhat mushy. As a rule of thumb don’t use frozen avocado in dishes “where the avocado texture is at the forefront, such as guacamole or salads,” she adds.
How to Freeze Avocados
Whole avocados can become mushy after freezing and thawing. So, for best results, cut the avocado into slices or cubes before freezing. To slice avocados, “cut the avocado in half and remove the pit by gently working a spoon [underneath it],” explains Amanda Izquierdo, M.P.H., R.D., L.D.N., public relations and advertising manager at the Hass Avocado Board. Next, peel off the skin, cut the avocado flesh into slices or cubes, and brush with a bit of lime or lemon juice to help prevent browning. From there, place the avocado in a resealable plastic or silicone bag, and push out all of the air. This is a crucial step, as excess air will make your avocado brown more quickly, notes Weintraub. Finally, tightly seal the bag and place it in the freezer for up to one month, says Izquierdo.
It’s also possible to freeze mashed avocado, though avocado in this form tends to brown quicker than its cut counterparts. Still, “pre-mashed avocado tends to blend more easily, so it can be useful to have on hand,” says Weintraub. To freeze mashed avocado, start by mixing in a bit of lime or lemon juice to keep browning at bay. Scoop the avocado into an ice cube tray (with a cover, if possible), and place it in the freezer. “When the cubes are frozen, add them to a freezer-safe bag, remove the air, and [return it to] your freezer,” she says. Mashed avocado will also keep in the freezer for about a month.
Ways to Use Frozen Avocado
Ideally, use frozen avocado straight out of the freezer. Try it in smoothies and hummus, where frozen avocado can be easily blended for extra creaminess and healthy fats, says Weintraub. It can also be added to chilled soups, says Izquierdo. Otherwise, frozen avocado takes about one hour to thaw at room temperature. Once thawed, the texture can be a bit grainy and mushy, so it’s best for adding nutrients to baked goods like brownies, in which the texture will be less noticeable.
This is a video I took in 2018. Like he's been doing this for YEARS with no one ever complaining. The police usually enjoy it. No you don't need a permit to perform in the subways. Fuck this country. pic.twitter.com/D85zZTeOUJ
President Putin is stopping food from being shipped and aggressively using his propaganda machine to deflect or distort responsibility because he hopes it’ll get the world to give in to him and end the sanctions. In other words, quite simply put, it’s blackmail. pic.twitter.com/B2heUVIO39
Since cats descended from desert wildcats, their thirst drive is naturally low, meaning they typically don’t drink enough water. These clever tips will get your furry friend hydrated in no time.
Just as your body needs enough water to function properly, so too do your four-legged companions. While dogs typically stay well hydrated, most cats don’t drink enough. “Our domestic cats evolved from Middle Eastern desert wildcats, so it’s likely their thirst drive is naturally low,” says Carly Fox, DVM, senior veterinarian at Schwarzman Animal Medical Center. She adds that cats are also very particular, and can sometimes be turned off to certain water sources, or even where the water is placed. Despite having low thirst requirements, it’s important for your feline to stay hydrated.
“Cats are prone to kidney disease, constipation, and urinary tract disease,” says Dr. Fox. “Keeping our feline friends hydrated can prevent the onset of these diseases.” Since cats don’t typically drink enough water on their own, Dr. Fox highlights a few clever ways to get your furry pal to stay hydrated.
If your cat isn’t drinking from their designated dish, try diversifying the way in which you’re providing them water. For example, perhaps one dish is filled with standing water and the other option is a fountain. “Offering cats running water can sometimes turn their water drinking habits around,” Dr. Fox says. “Even if your cat is not immediately interested, keep the fountain around so your cat can acclimate.” Pro tip: If they already have an affinity for your shower or running faucet, your furry friend will likely enjoy a fountain to drink from.
Place a bowl away from their food.
It’s possible your feline may not be drinking its water because he isn’t fond of its location in your home. “Some cats are turned off by water adjacent to food, since their instinct tells them that it may be contaminated,” Dr. Fox says. “Keeping another option in a different location gives them a ‘clean’ choice.”
Add food into their diet.
Have you ever wondered if you should be feeding your cat a mixture of dry and wet food? One reason feline owners do this is to increase their cat’s water intake. “Wet food is made up of about 70 percent water as opposed to dry food, which is only 10 percent,” Dr. Fox says. “This alone allows your pet to get a large part of their daily water needs through their food.”
In addition to giving them a can of tuna or salmon here and there, you can also add more water to their food—whether it is wet or dry. Additionally, Dr. Fox says you can make your cat’s water more palatable by adding a small amount of tuna water or chicken broth to it.
Keep their water dish clean.
You wouldn’t want to drink out of a dirty cup of water, and neither does your cat. Like people, cats are very discerning creatures, Dr. Fox notes. Hair or soaked kibble in their dish can easily turn your feline off—so keep it pristine. “The water should be changed daily, and more often if noticeably soiled. The water bowl should be properly cleaned one to two times a week,” she says.
Try a new bowl.
Some cats are particular when it comes to the type of water dish they drink out of. “I recommend a stainless or ceramic bowl. These are less prone to bacterial contamination,” Dr. Fox says. “Plastic dishes have also been linked to feline acne—a non-contagious skin condition—so they should be avoided, if possible.” Your four-legged friend may also not like their water dish if it’s too small and shallow, as drinking from it may constantly stimulate their whiskers and cause sensory overload. “If your cat seems reluctant to certain shaped bowls, you can try whisker-friendly bowls, which tend to be wider and shallower.”
You can make it in 30 minutes with only 6 ingredients.
It’s a rustic dish, so you don’t need to worry about cutting the vegetables in perfect shapes.
It’s a celebration of summer flavors and goes with just about everything.
No-Cook Cherry Tomato Sauce
Tomatoes: Cherry or grape tomatoes work well here because you only have to slice them in half. But don’t worry if you only have larger tomatoes. You can dice them up and use them in this recipe.
Basil: If you don’t have fresh basil you can substitute fresh parsley or oregano. Or simply leave the herbs out.
Zucchini: While I tend to use green squash (also known as courgettes) in this recipe, any summer squash you have on hand will work. It’s great with yellow squash, crookneck, or pattypan.
To prepare the zucchini, first slice the squash into quarters horizontally. Then slice the quarters vertically into chunks.
For the complete list of ingredients with measurements plus recipe instructions, please see the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the zucchini and saute until lightly browned.
Add the garlic and tomatoes to the skillet and saute until the tomatoes soften and start to release their juices.
Remove the skillet from the heat and season to taste with salt.
Roughly tear the basil leaves and sprinkle them over the zucchini mixture. Serve immediately or allow to rest and enjoy at room temperature.
Wait to tear the basil leaves until just before serving. Otherwise they will bruise and look discolored.
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Enjoy this tomato and zucchini side dish with everything from pasta to veggie meat loaf. Or try it with some toasted crusty bread like my favorite gluten-free vegan sourdough from San Francisco, Bread SRSLY, which you can order online and store in your freezer.
Leftover tomato and zucchini saute can be stored covered and refrigerated for up to 5 days. Enjoy reheated or straight from the refrigerator. This dish does not freeze well.
Should I peel zucchini?
No, there is no need to peel zucchini.
Should zucchini be stored in the refrigerator?
Yes, summer squash, unlike winter squash, should be stored in the refrigerator. Keep it dry and uncut in a paper or plastic bag for up to 2 weeks.
How do you store fresh basil leaves?
To store a bunch of basil on the counter, place the stems in a glass of water like you would a bouquet of flowers. Then cover the basil leaves with a plastic bag. To store basil in the refrigerator, wash and dry the leaves in a salad spinner or by hand. Wrap the dried leaves in a paper tower and put in a plastic bag until ready to use.
A UK government-backed project – FluMap – aims to help understand how bird flu is evolving and finding its way into poultry farms Environment 20 June 2022
Scientists have embarked on a one-year, £1.5 million research project to combat the highly pathogenic strain of bird flu wreaking havoc on UK seabirds and heaping pressure on poultry farming.
With reports last week of growing numbers of seabirds – from gannets and guillemots to razorbills and skuas – being found dead on UK beaches, the risk is growing of the disease spreading to and from poultry. A record 122 poultry cases have already been recorded in the UK last winter, up on 26 the winter before. Meanwhile, more than 1100 cases have been detected in wild birds, compared with about 300 the previous winter.
Ian Brown at the UK Animal and Plant Health Agency hopes the government-backed project, dubbed FluMap, will help researchers fill knowledge gaps about how the H5N1 influenza is evolving and precisely how it is finding its way into poultry farms.
U.S.|Pelosi’s Husband Charged With D.U.I. in California Car Crash
A blood sample taken from Paul Pelosi, 82, more than two hours after the crash had a .082 percent blood alcohol content, the office said.
June 23, 2022Updated 10:11 p.m. ET
Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has been charged with alcohol-related offenses in connection with a car crash in Napa County, Calif., in May, the Napa County District Attorney’s Office said Thursday.
The charges include driving under the influence of alcohol causing injury, and driving with a 0.08 percent blood alcohol level or higher and causing injury, prosecutors said.
A blood sample taken from Mr. Pelosi more than two hours after the crash had a .082 percent blood alcohol content, the office said.
The office said that the punishment for the charges includes a minimum of five days in jail and up to five years of probation. Mr. Pelosi, 82, is scheduled to be arraigned in Napa County Superior Court on Aug. 3.
“Under California law, these charges can be filed as a misdemeanor or felony,” Allison Haley, the county district attorney, said in a statement. “Based upon the extent of the injuries suffered by the victim, the district attorney filed misdemeanor charges. This decision is consistent with how our office handles these cases with similar injuries.”
A spokesman for Mr. Pelosi declined to comment on Thursday. A spokesman for Ms. Pelosi said in May that the speaker would not be commenting on the “private matter,” which occurred while she was on the East Coast.
On May 28, Mr. Pelosi was driving a 2021 Porsche and attempted to cross State Route 29 when his car was struck by another vehicle, a Jeep, at 10:26 p.m., according to a California Highway Patrol report.
The statement from Ms. Haley did not make clear the nature of any injuries. The California Highway Patrol had said there were none. Neither Ms. Haley nor the California Highway Patrol could be reached late Thursday.
Mr. Pelosi and Ms. Pelosi own a vineyard in Napa Valley. The couple met at Georgetown University and married in 1963.
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