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Missing Giordano Children NJ; Green Eggs Cafe Rats Video; PHL Wheelchair Workers Complain
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/06/13 9:18 pm | updated: 05/06/13 9:18 pm
Camden County officials are looking for the public's help in finding 2 missing children from Gloucester City. Brianna Giordano, 5, and Lee Giordano Jr., 2 were last seen with the father, 28-year-old Lee Giordano Sr., going out for ice cream on Sunday afternoon. Their mother reported them missing. They were last seen on Cumberland Street in Gloucester City. The two children are still believed to be with their father. Lee Sr. is 5' 9” with glasses, brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a black sweat suit, black sweatpants and work boots. Briana is 3'6" tall and weighing 40 pounds. Lee Jr. is 3' tall and weighing 35 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to contact law enforcement at (856) 783-1333.

A popular Center City restaurant is closed after a broken sewer main on Sunday let in some very unwelcome guests. The Green Eggs Cafe located at 13th and Locust Streets had closed for the day Sunday afternoon after lunch service when a sewer pipe located in the basement broke. Several large rats were able to make their way inside the restaurant and find a pizza box on a window side table. Shocked passersby took photos and video of the rats sitting on the table nibbling on a slice of pizza. The cafe shares the building with Nest, an indoor children's playground, which wasn't affected by the sewer break or rats. Green Eggs Cafe will remain closed as crew dig up the sidewalk to fix the pipe and the building is sanitized. If this were a Disney movie it would be cute to have rats in the kitchen, but not so much in real life.

Workers at Philadelphia International Airport are alleging that defective equipment, lack of training and exposure to bodily fluids have led to unsafe working conditions. Wheelchair attendants are employees of PrimeFlight and transport disabled passengers around the airport. They said that chairs often have bad brakes, broken grips, or other problems. Employees are also not properly trained to aid passengers with disabilities, which sometimes includes helping them use the bathroom. The Service Employees International Union filed complaints with two federal agencies on the worker's behalf.

This Evening, Partly Cloudy, Temperatures in the low 60's in Center City

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