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April 08, 1982 - Image 7

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ITruck explodes
ai i' re e sr
ncinerating six
OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI)- A tanker truck loaded with
gasoline crashed into a runaway bus in a highway tunnel
yesterday and exploded into a 1,000-degree inferno which
melted vehicles in seconds and incinerated their occupants.
At least six people were killed ins their cars by a giant
fireball sent hurtling through the tunnel which runs more
than half a mile under the Berkeley Hills, officials said.
Authorities found a seventh body which they believed might
be that of ananimal. Three people were hospitalized.)
THE TANKER truck, carrying 8,800 gallons of gasoline,
crashed into the side of the Caldecott tunnel as' its driver
swerved in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid a collision with
the out-of-control bus, which was empty except-for its driver,
the California Highway Patrol reported..
The ensuing blast and fireball melted vehicles into pools of
netal and dissolved brass fittings on the tunnel walls. The
heat, estimated at 1,000 degrees or more, popped tiles from
the wall of the tunnel and crumbled the concrete surface to a

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, April 8, 1982-Page 7
Local Psychiatrist
wins insurance suit

From staff and wire reports
The insurance company of an Ann
Arbor Psychiatrist must pay any
damages resulting from a malprac-
tice suit over his alleged used of "sex
therapy"' on a female patient, a
Michigan court has ruled.
The Michigan Court of Appeals
ruling yesterday affirmed a
Washtenaw County Circuit opinion in
a case involving a suit by Bettina Cot-
ton against Dr. Arnold Kambly.
THE VIGILANT Insurance Co.
argued if Kambly engaged in sexual
relations with Cotton under the guise
of treatment, his behavior would
amount to a felony and therefore be
exempt from coverage.
The appeals court, in rejecting the

argument, noted Kambly's insurance
policy covers any injury resultinge
from the rendering or failure to ren--
der professional services and has no
exemption for illicit sexual relations.
.Cotton claimed she was induced to
have sex as part of her treatment,.
while Kambly insisted it was merely a
case of a love affair gone awry.
In 1980, the state Board of Medicine
suspended Kambly's license for one
year after finding he had departed.
from minimal standards of care.
Robet Ulieru, a director in the-.
Michigan Bureau of Medical licensing
and regulation, said Kambly will ap.
pear before the Michigan Board of
Medicine next week to request that his
license be reinstated.

AP Photo
THE REMAINS of a gasoline truck that exploded in a California tunnel litter the freeway.

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