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CRE outbreak Two patients died at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in a superbug CRE outbreak, caused by two medical scopes that still carried the bacteria even after they were disinfected. In addition to the two victims, seven hospital patients were infected with the deadly superbug between October and January. The medical center has contacted 179 others who had endoscopic procedures between October and January and is offering them home tests to screen for the bacteria. The superbug, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, can kill up to half the patients who contract them. In Other News Georgia death row inmate Kelly Renee Gissendaner's final meal will consist of two cheeseburgers, two large orders of french fries, lemonade, cherry vanilla ice cream, popcorn, cornbread and a salad made of boiled eggs, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, carrots, cheese and buttermilk dressing, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. Gissendaner was sentenced to death in 1998 for the murder of her husband. She is scheduled to be put to death by lethal injection on Feb. 25. The world’s largest aircraft, Airlander 10, is poised to fly again after the UK government awarded a grant worth $5.25 million to get the ship off the ground again. The 300-foot-long aircraft was created by British design firm Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) over five years ago. It was to be used by the US Army for surveillance in its Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle program in an attempt to bring blimps back into the military's arsenal. But budget cutbacks prompted the Pentagon to cut the program, and the aircraft was sold back to HAV in 2013. While the US was interested in the aircraft for military purposes the UK seems to be more intrigued by its potential for commercial aviation.