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  • She survived septic shock but lost her hands and feet: How Pam Buschle found ...
    MLive.com
    Pam had already reached the most severe stage – septic shock. Her vital organs were failing. She had lost kidney and liver function. The left side of her heart was quivering, rather than pumping. Her lungs were unable to keep oxygen flowing into her body.


  • Stormwater utility starts connecting Jacksonville homes with polluting septic ...
    Florida Times-Union
    Jacksonville's stormwater utility is starting work to connect homes with polluting septic tanks to sewer lines to reduce pollution in the St. Johns River. The city and JEA are offering to retire tanks free at a few hundred homes that fit a pattern ...


  • Neighbors: Septic Tank Fight Leads To Murder
    KKTV 11 News
    The El Paso County Sheriff's Office arrested Heather Neville, 59, for allegedly killing her neighbor Monday afternoon. She's facing a first degree murder charge. Neighbors told 11 News, Neville pulled the trigger during a fight over a shared septic ...

  • Weekend Review: Pam Buschle found will to survive after septic shock took her ...
    The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com
    Asked how she would have felt, say, a year ago, if she heard about someone who had both hands and feet amputated in a battle with septic shock, Pam winces. Yes, it would be horrible. But then she shakes her head. To understand her joy and gratitude ...

  • Septic Sewage Blamed For Treatment Plant Odor
    The Missourian
    “We constantly try to figure out what's going on and we're thinking that some of that smell is because we were holding (sewage) longer than we maybe should have — the sewage may have gone septic.” Quaethem said a recent night spent tracking the smell ...