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As expected a little more sun on Sunday as surface high pressure moves east and moisture levels just above the surface decrease. Cool again tonight with less cloud cover. Moisture levels start increasing Monday and especially Tuesday as Wave well to our south moves west into south Texas. Also mid level disturbances will be working southward late ...

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Man who sawed arms in Home Depot still critical

By ROBERT JABLON
Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A man who sawed his arms to the bone in a Southern California Home Depot store remains hospitalized in critical condition.

West Covina police Cpl. Rudy Lopez says the man remains in intensive care Thursday but he isn't speaking to investigators and the motive for his actions remains a mystery.

Police say the man grabbed several small saws, including one meant to cut drywall, and attacked himself Wednesday in a store east of Los Angeles.

An off-duty Pasadena Fire Department paramedic, Capt. Art Hurtado, used rope and cloths from the shelves to make a tourniquet to stop the massive bleeding before West Covina paramedics arrived to take over.

Hurtado, who's been a firefighter for 21 years, says he considers himself always on duty and this was just another day's work.

 

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