Dr Judy Mikovits taught Ebola to infect human cells 
TRUTH MATTERS Share On Facebook and Twitter

 lab monkeys still missing a day after truck carrying 100 monkeys  crashes in Pa.

 

 

Lab monkeys missing after Pa. crash

Crates holding live monkeys are scattered across the westbound lanes of state Route 54 at the junction with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, after a pickup pulling a trailer carrying the monkeys was hit by a dump truck. They were transporting 100 monkeys and several were on the loose at the time of the photo.

Three out of the four lab monkeys on the loose after a Friday tractor-trailer crash have been caught, but one is still on the loose, authorities said.

Support Ebola Outbreak Map . Com Subscribe $5 - $100

As of Saturday morning authorities are still searching for one monkey, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Trooper Andrea Pelachick said civilians should not try looking for the monkey or approaching it if seen. Instead, any sightings should immediately be reported by calling state police at 570-524-2662.

A tractor-trailer hauling 100 lab monkeys crashed with a dump truck Friday afternoon on Route 54 near the Danville exit of Interstate 80 in Montour County, state police said.

It is unclear if any people or monkeys were hurt in the crash.

The Pennsylvania Game Commission and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are involved in the search.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) released the following statement after the crash and escape:

“Because these 100 long-tailed macaque monkeys were headed to a laboratory to be caged, tormented, and killed, they were already in danger — but now the public is, too. The four who got away are undoubtedly terrified and likely injured, and they may be harboring viruses that are transmissible to humans. There is no way to ensure that monkeys are virus-free, and state veterinary and other records show that monkeys in laboratories in the U.S. have been found with tuberculosis, Chagas disease, cholera, and MRSA. The only way to ensure that pathogens don’t jump from monkeys to humans is to stop importing, caging, and experimenting on these animals.”

Lab monkeys missing after Pa. crash

The driver of a pickup transporting monkeys pulls a crate of monkeys off of state Route 54 at the intersection with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, after the pickup and trailer were hit by a dump truck.

 

 

Stay away from escaped lab monkey, Pa. state police warn

 

Police: Truck with 100 monkeys crashes, some of them missing

Crates holding live monkeys are collected next to the trailer they were being transported in along state Route 54 at the intersection with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, after a pickup pulling the trailer carrying the monkeys was hit by a dump truck. They were transporting 100 monkeys and several were on the loose at the time of the photo.Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP

DANVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Residents of a Pennsylvania county were warned Saturday not to approach a monkey that was missing after a crash involving a pickup that was towing a trailer taking about 100 of the animals to a lab.

State troopers urged people not to look for or capture the cynomolgus monkey following the Friday afternoon crash on a state highway near an Interstate 80 exit in Montour County.

Lab monkeys missing after Pa. crash

The driver of a pickup transporting monkeys pulls a crate of monkeys off of state Route 54 at the intersection with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. (Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP)AP

“Anyone who sees or locates the monkey is asked not to approach, attempt to catch, or come in contact with the monkey. Please call 911 immediately,” troopers tweeted.

Several monkeys escaped after the collision between the pickup and a dump truck, but as of Saturday morning only one remained unaccounted for, officials said. The Pennsylvania Game Commission and other agencies searched for it amid frigid weather.

The truck had been on its way to a lab, Trooper Andrea Pelachick told The Daily Item newspaper of Sunbury.

The location of the lab and the type of research for which the monkeys were destined weren’t clear, but cynomolgus monkeys are often used in medical studies. A paper posted on the website of the National Center for Biotechnology Information referred to them as the most widely used primate in preclinical toxicology studies.

Trooper Laura Lesher said state police secured the scene for the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Lab monkeys missing after Pa. crash

Game Commission Officers pull up as Pennsylvania State Troopers prepare to look for several monkeys which escaped from their crates after the trailer which they were being transported in was involved in a crash on state Route 54 and Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. (Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP)AP

The conditions of the monkeys and motorists weren’t clear, nor was it clear whether any citations were issued.

A crash witness, Michelle Fallon, told the Press Enterprise newspaper of Bloomsburg that she spoke with the pickup driver and a passenger after the crash. The driver appeared to be disoriented, and the passenger thought he might have injured his legs, she said.

Crates littered the road Friday as troopers searched for monkeys, rifles in hand. Valley Township firefighters used thermal imaging to try to locate the animals, and a helicopter also assisted, the Press Enterprise reported.

The pickup was heading west on I-80 when it got off at the Danville exit and then immediately tried to get back on, driving across the other lane, the newspaper reported.

Lab monkeys missing after Pa. crash

Crates holding live monkeys are scattered across the westbound lanes of state Route 54 at the junction with Interstate 80 near Danville, Pa., Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, after a pickup pulling a trailer carrying the monkeys was hit by a dump truck. (Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP)AP

Fallon told the Press Enterprise that she was behind the pickup when it was hit on the passenger side by the dump truck, tearing off the front panel of the trailer and sending more than a dozen crates tumbling out.

She and another motorist who stopped to help were standing near the scene when the other driver said he thought he saw a cat run across the road, Fallon said.

Fallon peeked into a crate and saw a small monkey looking back at her, she told the newspaper. “They’re monkeys,” she told the other motorist.

 

DANVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A truck carrying about 100 monkeys was involved in a crash Friday in Pennsylvania, state police said as authorities searched for at least three of the monkeys that appeared to have escaped the vehicle.

The truck carrying the animals crashed with a dump truck in the afternoon in Montour County, Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Andrea Pelachick told the Daily Item.

The truck had been on its way to a lab, Pelachick said.

Authorities have asked residents who might see the monkeys to call state police at 570-524-2662.

It was unclear if any people or animals were injured in the crash.

3 stories about the disease infected monkeys

https://www.pennlive.com/news/2022/01/a-lab-monkey-is-still-missing-a-day-after-truck-carrying-100-crashes-in-pa.html

 

https://www.pennlive.com/news/2022/01/stay-away-from-escaped-lab-monkey-pa-state-police-warn.html

 

https://www.pennlive.com/news/2022/01/truck-carrying-100-monkeys-crashes-in-pa-and-now-some-are-missing-police.html

 


TRUTH MATTERS Share On Facebook and Twitter

Leave a Reply

Ebola Outbreak Map ®

Ebola Outbreak Map®

TRADEMARK REGISTRATION # 4759271

Ebola Outbreak Map registered trademark is for sale.

Imagine the possibilities of having exclusive rights for an Ebola Map.

Ebola United States

Ebola Outbreak Map® registered trademark and the website Ebola Outbreak Map is now for sale to all interested parties.

Ebola Outbreak Map . Com website tracks Ebola and locations with Ebola Monitoring. https://www.ebolaoutbreakmap.com/

Ebola Outbreak Map inputs Ebola locations onto a map that is viewable by people worldwide on Ebola Outbreak Map . Com.

Ebola Outbreak Map is trademarked no other company or corporation may have an Ebola Map.

Violation of trademark law is very serious.

Ebola Outbreak Map® is registered under the Federal Trademark Act of 1946 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Any unauthorized use, publication or infringement of this designation without express written permission is prohibited.

Such violation is subject to liability for damages, injunctive relief, attorney’s fees and other penalties, civil and criminal.

Ebola Outbreak Map®

https://www.ebolaoutbreakmap.com

TRADEMARK REGISTRATION # 4759271

Ebola Outbreak Map registered trademark is for sale.

Imagine the possibilities of having exclusive rights for an Ebola Map.

IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S: Advertising and directory services, namely, promoting the services of others by providing a web page featuring links to the websites of others; Marketing the goods and services of others by hyperlinking and placing ads on a website; Promoting and marketing the goods and services of others by offering ad space on a website to place ads; Promoting the goods and services of others by offering ad space on a website to place ads; Provision of space on websites for advertising goods and services.

Ebola Outbreak Map Trademark and Licensing can be purchased.

10% finder’s fee will be paid from the total trademark sale amount to anyone who finds a buyer for the trademark Ebola Outbreak Map.

Interested parties may submit their trademark purchase requests via email: support@ebolaoutbreakmap.com