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Physicians: Wells baby might have been saved with proper health care

Good afternoon, everyone! We hope your afternoon is going well.

Here's some of what we're working on for you in the KLTV newsroom today:

Autopsy results reveal that a baby from Wells who was dead for 15 hours before her parents sought emergency care for her died from a heart problem which health officials are saying was treatable. Our Lauren Callahan will explain more at 5.

A teenager is safe after a pretty serious sewer scare; the teen says he was riding his  bike when he fell right into a storm drain. Firefighters were called to the scene to rescue the boy; check out how officials finally saved him by visiting our website here.

At 6 we'll tell you about a man who lost his life while fishing last night. He was a homeless man who had been taken in  by a local couple. KLTV's Jena Johnson spoke with the couple and will share their story with you tonight.


Also at 6, we'll tell you about a group of protesters who today chained themselves to construction equipment to delay work on the Keystone XL Pipeline. They told our Samantha Jordan what their goal is and why they were there today, and she'll give you all the details coming up.

Join us for those stories and many more, as well as the best ETX sports and weather coverage! We're here for you and we appreciate your loyalty.

See you soon!

Stephanie Frazier

KLTV Community Web Producer



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