Photo: NASCAR on FOX / YouTubeDAYTONA – NASCAR veteran Ryan Newman was seriously injured in an explosive crash on the final lap of Monday’s Daytona 500.Newman’s car went sideways, head-first into the wall, was hit at full speed by another car, went into the air, flipping twice and landed upside down in a cascade of sparks and dripping fuel.Newman was removed from the crash scene by emergency crews and NASCAR reportedly kept media away while the car was taken back to the garage area.Newman was taken to Halifax Hospital, where he was being treated by a trauma team. In a statement to the media, Newman’s family said he is in “serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries are not life threatening.”No other details were available as of 10 p.m.Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Published on September 15, 2018 at 5:20 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Schafer_44 With just under five minutes remaining in the first half of Syracuse’s 30-7 win over Florida State, Eric Dungey left the game and was evaluated by trainers. He didn’t return.After the game, SU head coach Dino Babers said his starting quarterback remained out of the game due to a “blurred vision.”“It’s like a boxer getting thumbed in the eye or something like that,” Babers said. “He just had some blurred vision in one eye and that’s not healthy to be out there in that atmosphere if you don’t have all your faculties with you so just based off of that we just decided to make a change.”On Dungey’s last play of the game, he rushed for six yards before diving to the ground. As the play concluded a Florida State player dove on top of Dungey. Babers said postgame that the hit and Dungey’s injury were unrelated and noted that Dungey had already been playing with impaired vision.“I don’t know if it was a thumb or a finger, you know when you’re running the quarterback and who knows,” Babers said. “You get in some piles and things happen in piles.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDungey finished the game 7-of-15 for 75 yards which was accompanied by 33 rushing yards. Tommy DeVito, who threw and ran a touchdown, replaced Dungey. Syracuse scored five times with DeVito at quarterback. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
UPDATE: The road closure has since been deferred by Donegal County Council. See the latest update at: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2019/08/15/council-defer-closure-of-rockhill-road-letterkenny/Council defer closure of Rockhill Road Letterkenny Original report, posted on 13th August 2019:A section of the Rockhill Road in Letterkenny will be temporarily closed for more than three months for water upgrade works.Starting on Monday 19th August, the road will be closed from the roundabout at Oldtown Bridge road to the junction between Rockhill Road and Greyrock/Nestles Road. The closure will be in place until 26th November 2019.These roadworks have been planned to facilitate the installation of a new sewer and associated works by Irish Water. A notice from Donegal County Council says that all local traffic will be accommodated for the duration of the closure.An alternative route has been designated for traffic during the works: Traffic approaching from Newmills/Glenswilly on the Rockhill Road going to Town Centre will be directed via Greyrock Road. This will lead onto Father Mc Loone Terrace and onto Oldtown Bridge.Traffic approaching from Letterkenny Town Centre will be directed via Father Mc Loone Terrace onto Greyrock Road.Meanwhile, the traffic lights will remain in operation in the Old Town area for another three weeks. A one-way system is in place on the Old Town Road as part of the Letterkenny Sewerage Scheme, leading to four sets of traffic lights on lanes approaching the mini roundabout at Old Dunnes Stores. Three-month road closure on the way for Letterkenny’s Rockhill Road was last modified: August 15th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County CouncilIrish Waterold town letterkennyroadworks
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Not a bad day today, with south winds developing and helping to move temps just a bit farther to the upside. We are still dealing with some leftover clouds in southern Ohio, mostly from I-70 south, that are an offshoot of the little spat of snow that came across far southern parts the state overnight last night. However, those clouds should be breaking up easily by mid to late morning, and we end up at least partly sunny. Sun will mix with clouds all day in the northern half of the state.The forecast going forward is nearly unchanged this morning, showing good confidence and good continuity. Clouds will build tomorrow and south winds really ramp up taking temps to slightly above normal levels, at least for a little while. Rain pushes into western Ohio late afternoon, and those rains really spread quickly from there through the overnight. We will see our heaviest action between sunset and 3 AM Sunday. Moisture won’t be completely done until we get toward sunrise Sunday, but we are fully done with rain before any daytime activities commence on Sunday morning. Rain totals remain at .4”-1.3” over 100% of the state. The map at right shows precipitation potential through early Sunday morning (before sunrise). Sunday turns out partly sunny as clearing settles in, but the winds stay strong on the backside of the system, turning west or even northwest and averaging 15-30 mph for Sunday afternoon. Monday and Tuesday are partly sunny and chilly, but winds will not be an issue.Our next system is still on track for midweek. This event is where we are seeing a few tweaks this morning, though. Our initial look at Wednesday and even the first part of Thursday are relatively unchanged for Ohio. Clouds build through the day Wednesday, and we will see the chance of scattered showers over at least part of the state anytime from midday Wednesday through Thursday. Coverage those days does look a little more spotty. This is a very powerful system as it comes through the plains. We look for a significant dry slot to work in to this system and that may cut off the moisture for at time. But, there are signs that a second wave of strong storms comes up the old front in Oh late Thursday night into Friday. It that materializes, that will be where the best rains emerge. We are going to leave our forecast more conservative for now, looking for combined rains Wednesday-Thursday at .25”-.8” with coverage at 80%. If the storms develop Thursday night, that could ad another half to 1.5” in southern and southeastern OH…but stay tuned on that. We should be dry for next Friday afternoon, if not before.We are leaving the extended period completely alone this morning, and it continues to look chilly, with well below normal temperatures. On Sunday, we can see some light snow and flurry action over the southern half of the state with minor accumulation potential and coverage at 60%, but the northern half of the state stays partly sunny. We do not see any well-organized frontal systems coming toward the region for the remainder of the period, but with strong NW winds, we think that we end up with plenty of lake enhanced clouds over the area, and we can’t rule out flurries from Monday 23rd through Friday the 27th.
Already facing troubles over several match-fixing charges, Pakistan cricket now faces a new crisis after the team’s wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider abandoned his team in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and fled to London seeking refuge to evade a “threat” from the bookies. In a dramatic turn of events, Haider was reported missing on Sunday, on the eve of the deciding fifth one-day international (ODI) against South Africa. He did not arrive with the team at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Hours later, the player was filmed exiting Heathrow airport in London. The only indication of what led Haider to abandon his team was a cryptic status update on social networking site Facebook: “leaving pakistan cricket because get bad msg fr 1 man fr lose the match in last game”. Haider was the hero for Pakistan in the previous match as he hit 19 crucial runs to take his side home and level the series 2-2. But his match-winning performance became a cause of concern for the young cricketer. He was fined after the match for flouting team curfew rules and was “threatened” for his on-field heroics. Initially the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) feigned ignorance about the entire matter, but later ordered an inquiry into the cricketer’s disappearance. Haider’s brother alleged that the PCB ignored the threats to him but remained ignorant. Now, until Haider himself comes forward, no one would know the real reason for his dramatic exit from the team. Haider’s act of vanishing comes on the heels of a corruption scandal that hit the Pakistan team in August 2009 when three of its players were accused of match-fixing following a newspaper investigation. Then captain Salman Butt, Mohammed Asif and Mohammed Amir have been under suspension since then for allegedly accepting money via a middleman to bowl no-balls during the fourth Test against England at Lord’s.advertisement
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Welcome to this week’s episode of Hot Takedown, our podcast where the hot sports takes of the week meet the numbers that prove them right or tear them down. On this week’s show (May 13, 2015), we look at the fallout from the NFL’s investigation into the deflation of balls during last year’s AFC Championship game, which led to the suspension of Tom Brady and the loss of two draft picks for the New England Patriots. We’ll reveal the final results of our crowdsourcing project to fix the NBA lottery and stop tanking in the league. And we’ll discuss our significant digit of the week, which covers mental health and college athletes.Stream the episode by clicking the play button, or subscribe using one of the podcast clients we’ve linked to above.Below are some links to what we discuss in this week’s show:The FiveThirtyEight staff dissects the Deflategate report.Benjamin Morris looks at what would have happened if Tom Brady had missed four games every year.Why the loss of draft picks hurts the Patriots more than the loss of Brady.Our fix-the-NBA-draft crowdsource project: Original Form | First Update | Weird Ideas | Finalists.Significant Digit: Suicide is the third leading cause of death among college athletes. Read Kate Fagan’s ESPN The Magazine article on Madison Holleran here. Hot Takedown Embed Code If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you UN appoints UB to investigate Bahamas Water Security Related Items:kazz forbes, oscar de laa renta, saint george fashion house, unesco, world fashion show Kazz Forbes no longer managing Miss TCI Universe; may not happen for 2015 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppSouth Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands; Sunday, November 2nd 2014 – Kazz Forbes of Saint George Fashion House will showcase a haute couture collection at the sixth installment of Islands of the World Fashion Showcase, as a Guest Designer November 8th, at Fort Charlotte, Nassau, Bahamas.Highly anticipated, Islands of the World Fashion Showcase 2014 will be held November 7th and 8th and will feature fashion designers from Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Nigeria, Turks and Caicos, The Bahamas and the United States of America presenting an array of haute couture, prêt a porter, resort wear and swimwear collections at Fort Charlotte, that will be transformed into a Fashion Pavilion set to rival major runways around the world.“It is a pleasure to have Kazz Forbes representing Saint George Fashion House join us for this edition of Islands of the World Fashion Showcase. I have had the privilege of seeing Kazz make his debut into the fashion world several years ago in New York and I have observed his growth and that of Saint George Fashion House since then. He has made significant strides and it is hoped that his presentation at this event will catapult him even further. Could we possibly see the next Oscar de la Renta emerge from the soil of the Turks and Caicos?” said event producer Owen Bethel.Since 2008, Islands of the World Fashion Showcase has held to the platform it was charged by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for its promotion of cultural diversity, and as a means to bring value-added levels of production to the fledgling fashion industries in developing nations, particularly more vulnerable small island developing states.The intent of Islands of the World Fashion Show is to draw attention via international media and trade exposure to the skills and creativity across the spectrum of the fashion industry in the islands. To date in excess of 130 designer showcases representing 20 countries have presented their creations on the catwalks of Islands of the World Fashion Showcase.Closing out the event is what promises to be another unique experience. “Arte y Moda”, which translates to “Art and Fashion”, is a 26-piece collaborative collection hailing from Cuba. Attendees will experience a spectacle of fusion of art, fashion and music created by seven Cuban designers.For more information and updates visit www.islandsfashionweek.com.END EU Ambassador Concludes Hurricane Rebuild Project
Condé Nast has named Michelle Myers vice president and publisher of Lucky magazine. Myers returns to Condé Nast from Time Inc., where she served as founding publisher of People StyleWatch.1105 Media named Janis Samaripa editor of Respiratory & Sleep Management. Most recently, Samaripa served as publisher/editor of Southern California Physician, and as editor-in-chief of HomeCare before that.Peter Macey was promoted to national advertising director at Wired. Previously, Macey served as Northwest director.Hearst named Cortney Pellettieri entertainment editor at Good Housekeeping. Most recently, Pellettieri served as entertainment editor at InStyle. Ryan O’Hara is stepping down as president of the TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com. Separately, Diane Robina was named executive vice president of development, acquisition and programming strategy.Decatur, Georgia-based music magazine Paste announced a number of staffing changes: Rachael Maddux was promoted from assistant editor to associate editor, and Rachel Dovey and Michael Saba were named assistant editors.National Business Media promoted Dana Nelson to publisher of RV Pro magazine. Previously, Nelsen served as associate publisher.
An angry mob vandalises a house in Banasree from where the body of a domestic help recovered on Friday. Photo: Abdus SalamA housemaid was found dead at a house in the Banashree area of the capital on Thursday morning.The deceased was identified as Laily, 25, a resident of Hindupara slum near Banashree residential area, from Azuatali village of Phulbari upazila in Kurigram district.Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) police outpost sub-inspector (SI) Bacchu Mia said the hospital’s emergency department physicians declared her dead on arrival around 10:30am.House owner Moinuddin told the journalists at DMCH that immediately after entering his flat in the morning, Laily went into a room and shut the door.She did not open the door though they called her. Then, he told the caretaker of the house about the matter, he added.Later, they broke into the room and found Laily’s body hanging from the ceiling fan.Moinuddin also told the journalists that they recovered the body and brought it to DMCH.The body has been kept at the hospital morgue for an autopsy, Bacchu Mia added.