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November 19, 1996
Glendale Firefighter William Jensen was in serious condition Monday after his sixth extensive operation since he was burned in the Calabasas-Malibu brush fire Oct. 22, doctors said. Jensen, 52, who was upgraded from critical to serious condition Friday, underwent two hours of surgery Monday that included the removal of more dead tissue. He was covered with cadaver skin as a biological dressing as well as with skin taken from his chest and grafted to his face, left ear and arms.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1996
Glendale Firefighter William Jensen was in serious condition Monday after his sixth extensive operation since he was burned in the Calabasas-Malibu brush fire Oct. 22, doctors said. Jensen, 52, who was upgraded from critical to serious condition Friday, underwent two hours of surgery Monday that included the removal of more dead tissue. He was covered with cadaver skin as a biological dressing as well as with skin taken from his chest and grafted to his face, left ear and arms.
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SPORTS
June 1, 1988
The Portland Trail Blazers were sold to Seattle businessman Paul Allen, majority owner Larry Weinberg announced. Details of the sale were not disclosed. "The decision to sell was one of the most agonizing decisions of my life," Weinberg, one of the original three owners, said. "However, there comes a time when it's appropriate to move on." Weinberg, 62, became majority owner and president of the team in 1975.
SPORTS
June 1, 1988
The Portland Trail Blazers were sold to Seattle businessman Paul Allen, majority owner Larry Weinberg announced. Details of the sale were not disclosed. "The decision to sell was one of the most agonizing decisions of my life," Weinberg, one of the original three owners, said. "However, there comes a time when it's appropriate to move on." Weinberg, 62, became majority owner and president of the team in 1975.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A Los Angeles firefighter injured while battling the fatal arson blaze at the Palomar Hotel in Hollywood was released Saturday from Grossman Burn Center, officials said. Jeff Robles, 27, will continue outpatient treatment for his burns, said Larry Weinberg, a hospital spokesman. Robles suffered second-degree burns to his face and third-degree burns to his left arm in the Aug. 16 fire.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1998
A Santa Clarita teenager injured while experimenting with a tennis ball "cannon" at William S. Hart High School was released Sunday from the hospital, a spokesman said. Nolan LeMar, 17, of Castaic, was admitted to the Grossman Burn Center at Sherman Oaks Hospital the day before Thanksgiving with second-degree burns over 12% of his body, after a mishap during a physics experiment. "The prospect for Nolan of a complete recovery is good," said hospital spokesman Larry Weinberg.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 2000
A 31-year-old man, who was burned over most of his body when his car's interior burst into flames, died Monday morning at Sherman Oaks Hospital's Grossman Burn Center, authorities said. William Major of North Hills went into cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead at 11:06 a.m., said Larry Weinberg, a spokesman for the burn center. Los Angeles Fire Department arson investigators were trying to determine the cause of the fire Monday, said spokesman Jim Wells.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1996
Glendale firefighter William Jensen, who was severely burned in the Calabasas-Malibu brush fire Oct. 22, has improved enough to breath without a ventilator, a hospital official said Monday. Jensen, 52, remained in critical condition and was scheduled today to undergo his fourth round of extensive surgery since being overtaken by flames near Corral Canyon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS
A Tarzana man, who was hospitalized with third-degree burns over 98% of his body after a flash fire at a cosmetics company, has died. Robert Anderson, 35, suffered cardiac arrest and respiratory failure at the Grossman Burn Center of the Sherman Oaks Hospital and Health Center, spokesman Larry Weinberg said. He died about 1 p.m. Friday. "It's not uncommon with burns this massive that the patient's body will fight and fight and fight, but it cannot survive the work it has to do," Weinberg said.
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October 11, 2000 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An invalid confined to his bed died and a woman was critically injured in an apartment fire, Los Angeles Fire Department officials said Tuesday. The fire started about 9:50 p.m. Monday at an apartment in the 14000 block of Oxnard Street, said fire spokesman Jim Wells, who said one of the victims had apparently been smoking in bed. The man, who is about 60 years old, has not been identified, said Scott Carrier, a spokesman for the county coroner's office.
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July 30, 1991
A La Puente girl badly burned in a Mexico motor home blast that killed seven family members is making an unexpectedly rapid recovery. Rosy Garcia, 14, suffered third-degree burns over 61% of her body June 23. Doctors thought that she would be hospitalized for nearly three months, but she could be discharged by the end of this week. Rosy was in satisfactory condition Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital, where she has undergone six skin-graft operations, said hospital representative Larry Weinberg.
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