The Weekly Rewind (May 23 - May 29)
THE WOODLANDS, TX - The news never stops in and around The Woodlands and Texas. Here are some of the most read stories from last week, May 23 - May 29.
Robert Aertker, MD, performed the 100th transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedure at St. Luke’s Health—The Woodlands Hospital, a significant milestone for the medical community in North Houston. Dr. Aertker is an interventional cardiologist at Woodlands North Houston Heart Center.
The Woodlands Fire Department responded to a report of a fire in Cranebrook Park located at 11800 Cranebrook in Sterling Ridge.
On May 27, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the intersection of Kykendahl Road and Creekside Green Drive in reference to a major accident involving one vehicle and a bicycle.
During the Cold War, individuals, companies and government agencies built fallout shelters to protect themselves from possible nuclear attacks. Some of these bomb shelters were smaller, simpler backyard or basement bunkers, but many of them were larger, elaborate structures capable of housing hundreds, even thousands of people and could withstand large megaton blasts.
Five year-old Samuel Olson was taken by an unknown male from a southwest Houston home in the 8800 block of McAvoy Dr. at about 7:30 a.m. on May 27th 2021.
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