posted on Oct, 1 2005 @ 11:39 PM
TORONTO -- An investigation is underway after more than two dozen birds were found dead on a Toronto golf course.
Police were called to the Dentonia Golf Course in the city's northeast end Friday after some 30 dead birds were discovered.
The Toronto Wildlife Centre has collected the birds and sent them to Guelph for testing.
Police are warning of the possible danger to animals in the area because it is unknown what caused the birds' deaths.
UPDATE: Unknown Respiratory Illness
Oct, 01 2005 - 2:00 AM
TORONTO/640 TORONTO - 14 cases of an unknown respiratory illness in Scarborough today.
2 people were admitted to Scarborough General Hospital with an unknown respiratory illness. They have been placed in respiratory isolation, but
contrary to reports this morning, the hospital was never placed under quarantine.
Earlier reports that Rouge Valley Centenary in Scarborough was also quarantined have also been struck down.
Director of Communications at Rouge Valley Health Anne-Marie Males says 12 residents of the 7 Oaks nursing home have been admitted to their hospital
with flu-like symptoms. They have all been put in isolated rooms, but she says this is a all normal precaution taken when an illness hasn't been
She says Rouge Valley is asking patients not to bring visitors through emergency, but states again that there is no quarantine in effect at their
Could be nothing but should be taken with concern. Anyone else read anything or heard anything else about it?
[edit on 1-10-2005 by UFObeliever]