Wednesday, July 23 2014 1:03 PM EDT2014-07-23 17:03:17 GMT
Police and Lorain County 911 released the 911 call from the manager of a Oberlin-Elyria Road landfill after some employees saw a body in the trash. That body was later identified as 22-year old Cory Barron. InMore >>
Police and Lorain County 911 released the 911 call from the manager of an Oberlin-Elyria Road landfill after some employees saw a body in the trash. That body was later identified as 22-year old Cory Barron.
In the audio recording the manager calmly tells the operator what was found. More >>
With the warmer weather now upon us,
people are spending more time outside. More time outside means a greater risk
of being bitten by a tick.
can be found not only in grassy areas, but also in woods and anyplace animals
may be roaming around.
experts from the Toledo Lucas County Health Department say prevention is the
"Wear lighter colored
clothing, stick your pants in your socks, wear DEET, make sure that you're
checking yourself on a regular basis and when you get inside take a shower
after you're done," said Eric Zgodzinski of the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department.
Tick bites have been known to cause Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
Those who think they could be affected should look for a rash or flu-like
are vulnerable to ticks too, so keep an eye on them.
is peak season for ticks. Health Department officials say if you do find a tick
on you, the best way to get rid of it is with tweezers. Make sure you grab it
at the base and pull straight up.