A church fire was reported in Morrow County Tuesday morning. Firefighters were on the scene on County Road 217.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Hundreds of Cuban doctors are arriving in Brazil, the first of an expected 4,000 physicians from the communist-run island who'll eventually work in Latin America's biggest nation.
The first Cubans began arriving Friday afternoon. About 250 were expected to land in eight different cities across Brazil.
The arrival is part of the Brazilian government's "More Doctors" program, which is an effort to get physicians working in remote and poor areas of Brazil that are drastically underserved in health care.
Brazilian medical associations strongly oppose the program. They say the Cubans are undertrained and that plenty of Brazilian doctors would work in poorer areas if the government invested in decent public hospital infrastructure and better wages.
But the government says the Cuban doctors are needed to fill immediate needs.