Luis Oliver is discharged

first_imgThey have been ten very difficult and complicated days, nights of solitude in which the fragility of human life is seen up close. I have been fortunate to receive the love and encouragement of hundreds of friends who have sent me their messages of solidarity and affection, of soccer players, agents, managers, presidents, journalists, the media, both from Spain and from America and from my dear Portugal.I want to thank everyone, thank you very much for helping me in such difficult times in the solitude of a hospital, and isolated before the unknown. To all I want to send a message of thanks, I can never forget so much love and support.I must warn of the seriousness of this disease, which is very serious, and leaves us no choice but to wait at home for this pandemic to pass with the least possible human damage.I encourage the many sick and hospitalized people to continue fighting and fighting for their lives, that it can be done !!!!! “ Navarrese businessman Luis Oliver, shareholder of Extremadura, received hospital discharge on Monday after several days admitted to the San Francisco de Asís hospital in Madrid, where he tested positive for the coronavirus after presenting symptoms. Oliver sent the following statement to the media:“Today, March 30, 2020, I have the good fortune to communicate, thanks to the excellent health and medical staff of the San Francisco de Asís Hospital in Madrid, who work, like all of Spain, in extreme conditions, that I have been discharged from hospital for having overcome the Covid-19 virus.last_img read more

If you’re reading this, it’s probably raining

first_imgThe NWS meteorologists expect the rain to clear by tonight. Rain pelted the San Gabriel Valley on Tuesday, causing meteorologists to issue flash flood warnings for Pasadena, San Gabriel and Pomona. No flooding was reported. No serious problems were reported on freeways or with the power grid. This morning’s commute once again will be a wet one, according to National Weather Service meteorologists who predict rain and possible thunderstorms through the afternoon. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event“The rain has had little impact on our service,” said Marlon Walker, spokesman for Southern California Edison. “We have approximately 120 customers without power in small, scattered areas, none of which are in the San Gabriel Valley.” Baldwin Park police Sgt. Darryl Kosaka said there have been no serious accidents. “We’ve had a little bit of flooding, but not enough to shut down streets,” Kosaka said. Lt. Ken Alva of the El Monte Police Department said there were no serious weather-related incidents Tuesday, but there were slightly more traffic collisions Monday afternoon – when the rain started – than usual. The series of storms have residents wondering just what season it is. • Photo Gallery: 04/04: Rainy day “It came late – very late. It’s the first time I’ve noticed that it’s been this late,” said Andy Mota, 39, of West Covina. They haven’t been entirely unwelcome, however. “There are no problems at all. We need it,” said Tim Shadell, 53, of West Covina. Experts predict the typical sunny Southern California climate to return Thursday, with highs in the 70s. christina.esparza@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2472160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more