CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network Facebook Twitter Crime Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Two police officers and three workers were injured, with one now in critical condition, this morning when an explosion occurred during construction on the property that used to be the Military Ocean Terminal in Bayonne, police said.Â Photo courtesy of Tony Campano.By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewAt approximately 9:00 a.m. near the intersection of East 40th Street and Chosin Few Way, an explosion went off as PSE&G was installing a new gas line, officials said.The new gas line was being tested with pressurized air when the line failed and the explosion occurred, authorities said.As a result of the explosion, two workers are receiving care at Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health, one in critical condition, while the other worker and two police officers were transported to the Bayonne Medical Center, police said.No further details were immediately available, but this story will be updated when more information is given. Police: 2 cops, 3 workers injured at Bayonne construction site explosion Bayonne Previous articleAt JC chromium clean up meeting, some question if Berry Lane Park is safeNext articleHudson County Boys & Girls Club, Mack-Cali team up for internship program John Heinis BayonneCrime Police: 45-year-old man arrested for attempting to have sex with 15-year-old girl in Secaucus By John Heinis – March 30, 2016 11:58 am 0 Bayonne TAGSbayonne policeconstruction siteexplosionmilitary ocean terminal SHARE
Follow the event on www.bdwp.co.uk/cha Horse Sport Enews We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. SIGN UP More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business. The event, set in the Duke of Devonshire’s spectacular Chatsworth estate, has a new organiser, Tissie Reason, and a new Cross-Country course-designer, the five-time Olympian Ian Stark (GBR) who has taken over the international track from Mike Etherington-Smith (GBR). The other former Chatsworth winners in the field are Britain’s Mary King (in 2007 on her European silver medal ride Call Again Cavalier), who rides the exciting prospect Fernhill Urco, and Pippa Funnell who took the main class in 2000 on Supreme Rock and in 2004 on Primmore’s Pride. She brings Blue Horizon and the up-and-coming Redesigned, which she hopes will be her next major 4-star horse. Paul Tapner (AUS), fresh from his thrilling Badminton success, is two-handed with Kilfinnie ll and Tiger Flynne, and is joined by fellow Australians Bill Levett with Sea Oro and Sam Griffiths, having his first major international competition this year with Happy Times, third at Badminton and Burghley last year. “The Ice Pond has two new carved birds in the water, there’s a new double of brush corners and a new combination on the flat ground by the car park. I think it’s going to be quite a bit different to before and, perhaps, a little more difficult.” Standings (after 4 of 12 events)1. Megan Jones (AUS) 138 points2. Clarke Johnston (NZL) 1283. Sonja Johnson (AUS) 1194= Mara Dean (USA) 714 = Chris Burton (AUS) 714 = Michael Jung (GER) 717 = Phillip Dutton (USA) 677 = Heelan Tompkins (NZL) 677 = Kai-Steffen Meier (GER) 6710. Jenna Mahoney (NZL) 65 Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! British-based riders have their first chance to earn points in the valuable HSBC FEI World Cup™ Eventing series at Chatsworth (GBR) this weekend (May 15-16), and five nations are represented in the entry of 33. Email* Calendar of events1. Tallahassee (USA), 5-7 March 22. Kihikihi (NZL), 2-4 April3. Sydney (AUS), 7-9 May4. Marbach (GER), 7-9 May5. Chatsworth (GBR), 15-16 May6. Tattersalls (IRL), 27-30 May7. Strzegom (POL), 24-27 June8. Minsk (BLR), 21-25 July9. Rebecca Farm, Kalispell (USA), 22-25 July10. Malmö (SWE), 13-15 August11. Haras du Pin (FRA), 18-22 August12. Schenefeld (GER), 26-29 August Fredericks’ wife and fellow Olympic silver medalist Lucinda (AUS) will be bringing out the crowd favourite Headley Britannia, the only mare to have won three 4-stars: Burghley (2006), Badminton (2007) and Kentucky (2009). One rider overdue a victory here is Andrew Nicholson (NZL), whose best placing was a second on Fenicio in 2004. He rides that horse’s Spanish-bred full-brother, Armada, a great galloper and jumper which is expected to make light of Chatsworth’s undulating course and imposing, well-built fences. The Chatsworth CIC***-W has often proved a pointer to future international success, and Clayton Fredericks (AUS), who won this class in 2006 on Ben Along Time, is riding his smart new acquisition Bendigo lll, a German-bred horse proven in Grand Prix Dressage and Jumping which has been taking the national season by storm. Stark promises excellent grass cover on the course and several new fences – some of which were designed for last year when the event had to be cancelled due to heavy rain. “The sunken road has been revamped and is, I think, appropriately tough,” he said.
ABC News(LOS ANGELES) — A Hollywood stunt double who lost her arm while filming one of the Resident Evil movies said she thought the production company would take care of her, but now she’s suing the producers of the film, hoping to make her nightmare the last for stunt workers.Olivia Jackson sued the producers of Resident Evil: The Last Chapter last week, claiming they left her on her own as she racked up medical bills after the career-ending accident.Jackson has performed in several blockbuster films throughout her career, including Guardians of the Galaxy, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Avengers: Age of Ultron, but she said no film could ever prepare her for the trauma she suffered after the 2015 accident.“It’s something you always hear happening to someone else and you think, ‘Oh dear that’s horrible,’ but you never think its gonna be you,” Jackson said in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Good Morning America airing Monday. “I thought the production would take care of me for a number of reasons.”Jackson was performing as a stunt double for Milla Jovovich on Resident Evil: The Last Chapter when she was injured in a motorcycle crash that resulted in her arm being amputated after being placed in a medically induced coma.Jackson said she was initially slated to film a fight scene on the day of the crash, but in a “last-minute change, she was asked to perform a dangerous and technically complex motorcycle scene in adverse weather,” according to her lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles.The scene Involved her speeding toward a camera that was supposed to lift over her head before she reached it. But the “haphazardly planned stunt went terribly wrong,” the lawsuit said, and Jackson collided with the camera at full speed.“It went straight into my left arm, my head and my shoulder,” Jackson told GMA. “The next thing I remember, I woke up three weeks later, [after] being in a coma, and then saw my family.”“I had numerous injuries, brain bleed, brain swelling, it hit the left-hand side of my face and all along here was — it’s called de-gloving — where it’s all pulled-back flesh. … You could see my teeth through my cheek,” she added.Now, unable to work, Jackson says she’s still fighting for proper compensation. Her lawsuit, which names producer Jeremy Bolton and producer/director Paul W.S. Anderson as defendants, said the crash was the result of the production team “elevating financial considerations over safety.”She said the movie’s producers misled her into believing that their insurance would cover any potential injuries sustained during on the job. Jackson claims the producers “abandoned” her and took out an insurance policy that only covered $33,000 of her medical expenses. After the accident, she said she was paid $990 in lost earnings despite the film’s blockbuster success and gross of more than $300 million.“They admitted they had very limited insurance, but they promised they would take care of me and make sure I came back to health,” Jackson told GMA. “When they stopped paying for the medical bills I think I was just really hurt and really scared because I was stuck. … I was really hurt and really scared because now I was stuck on my own.”Thankfully, members of the stunt actors community and movie lovers from around the world gathered to raise funds to help her have the surgeries she required, Jackson said.The lawsuit did not list a specific amount in damages, but Jackson said she’s seeking compensation to “take care of myself for the rest of my life and pay for all the extensive medical bills that are ongoing.”She also wants to raise awareness for cases like hers and hopefully inspire actors to be advocates for their own safety.“I would really like to make the world aware that things like this happen and make sure there is safety and insurance in place for the crews that make these films and give their lives, 16 hours a day, working to make these films,” Jackson told GMA. “A lot of the things with the insurance, those were hidden from me. It’s hard really to learn from it, when you sign a contract that says the production has insurance, but you don’t really know, every crew member on a film doesn’t know to ask them for their insurance papers.”Representatives for Anderson, Bolt and their respective companies did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Scottsdale-based developer SimonCRE purchased ±3.04 acres of land at the southeast corner of Williams Field Road and Val Vista Road and will develop three retail buildings totaling ±15,000 square feet; a ±9,900-square-foot multi-tenant retail building, a 3,000-square-foot freestanding restaurant building, and a 3,009-square-foot freestanding building.Prior to closing, SimonCRE signed leases with First Watch, a breakfast and lunch cafe, Herbal Nails & Spa, and Planet Subs to take space in the multi-tenant building. (Photo courtesy of SimonCRE)The site is located approximately one mile west of SanTan VIllage Shopping Center and SanTan Village Marketplace. The site is also within approximately one mile of the Loop 202 Santan Freeway to both the east and the south. SimonCRE plans to break ground on the new development October 1, 2016 with a completion date set for the end of the first quarter 2017.“We’re excited to be part of this growing Gilbert trade area and to be nestled into the strong SanTan Village retail corridor,” said Joshua Simon, president of SimonCRE. “This development will bring an exciting new mix of tenants to the surrounding communities. There’s going to be great synergy between the retail, service, and dining options that will be joining this development.”Prior to closing, SimonCRE signed leases with First Watch, a breakfast and lunch cafe, Herbal Nails & Spa, and Planet Subs to take space in the multi-tenant building. These tenants will occupy roughly 6,800 square feet and negotiations are currently ongoing for the remaining spaces.Bush’s Chicken is a popular restaurant chain in Texas, and this will be the first location in Arizona. (Photo courtesy of SimonCRE)Additionally, Bush’s Chicken, a Texas-based fast food restaurant founded in 1996 and specializing in marinated chicken, rolls, and sweet tea, signed a lease for the 3,000-square-foot freestanding building. This will be the first location outside of the state of Texas for the restaurant chain.Blake’s Lotaburger also signed a lease for the 3,009-square-foot freestanding building. Founded and based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Blake’s Lotaburger is synonymous with the Green Chile Cheeseburger. The chain has grown to 80 locations across New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona, however this will be the Valley’s first location.Lance Umble and Torrey Briegel with Phoenix Commercial Advisors represented the seller in the purchase, and are representing SimonCRE in the lease transactions. David Jarand with Strategic Retail Group represented First Watch; David Uhles and Brian Gausden with Western Retail Advisors represented Planet Subs; Mark Sunkel with Core Realty Partners represented Blake’s Lotaburger; Jennifer Eggert with Orion Investment Real Estate represented Herbal Nails; and Chris Mueller with Reata Real Estate Services represented Bush’s Chicken.
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Excelerate Energy and Petrobangla have reached agreement on terms for the development and operation of Bangladesh’s first LNG import terminal.The agreement includes the provision of one of Excelerate’s existing floating storage and regasification units (FSRU) under a 15-year long-term charter, as well as the design and construction of the facility.Located offshore near Moheshkhali Island in the Bay of Bengal, the terminal will provide much needed natural gas to the southeastern Chittagong region of Bangladesh.The facility will include the installation of a subsea buoy system anchored offshore.The buoy system will act as both the mooring mechanism for the FSRU and as the conduit through which natural gas is delivered to shore through a subsea pipeline.The FSRU will have 138,000 cubic meters of LNG storage capacity and a base regasification capacity of 500 million standard cubic feet per day.Press Release, June 27, 2014
Down 112-115 midway in the second extension, Powell drained a triple and later completed a three-point play while Ogugua Anunoby added another as the Raptors took a 123-119 lead with under a minute left. Leonard finished the match with near triple-double of 30 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds, Montrezl Harrel added 15 markers while Lou Williams contributed 12 points for LAC. Boston Celtics’ Daniel Theis foils the shot of Toronto Raptors’ Serge Ibaka. AP PHOTO The Clippers set the tone early behind Kawhi Leonard and Paul George for a 26-12 start. Los Angeles maintained the advantage since then en route to taking a 3-1 edge in their best-of-seven series. The Celtics made its last push as a triple by Kemba Walker trimmed the deficit to 122-123, but two free throws by Powell and a missed triple by Boston’s Marcus Smart sealed the win for the Raptors. The NBA holds all matches of its 2019-2020 playoffs at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex inside Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida, United States./PN Meanwhile, Los Angeles Clippers (LAC) moved a win closer from reaching the Western Conference finals after a 96-85 triumph over Denver Nuggets in Game 4 of their semifinals. Kyle Lowry top-scored with 33 points to go along with eight assists and six rebounds, Norman Powell added 23 markers while Fred VanVleet contributed 21 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for the defending champions. TORONTO Raptors kept its title-retention bid alive following a 125-122 double overtime win over Boston Celtics in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference semifinals on Wednesday night (Thursday in Manila).
The home game against Wasps Ladies marks the final hurdle before the start of the play-offs, with the games this weekend deciding who finishes top of the league.Bristol Ladies currently sit in top position, with Lichfield Ladies in close pursuit one point behind.The game promises to be a fast paced and exciting encounter as England Grand Slam winners Poppy Cleall, Sarah Bern and Izzy Noel Smith return to the starting line up, with Wales Scrum Half Sian Moore also back in action. This is paired with the newly uncovered talent of Lucy Attwood at 10 and Phoebe Murray at 12, both in their first season with Bristol Ladies, and looking to make their mark on the club. The reverse fixture, the first game of the season, was much closer than the scoreline suggested with the wet weather and rusty errors that come from the first game back providing a challenge for both sides to overcome.On that occasion big performances from Cleall and Noel Smith helped Bristol secure a 39-3 victory away from home. With the experience of the internationals back in the fold, mixed with the newly found flair of some of our youngsters, the game is destined to be a display of high quality, top flight rugby.During the day at Cleve RFC there will be a Kit Sale, the opportunity to win tickets to a Bristol Rugby fixture and the appearance of both Brizzly Bear and Nando’s Chicken.Kick off is 2.45pm on Sunday, March 26th.Follow @Bristol_L_Rugby to keep up-to-date on all the action. Bristol Ladies Media – sponsored by Wring Group.
iStock/Thinkstock(PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.) — The FBI, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and other agencies are joining in the search for a 4-year-old Florida girl with autism who walked out of her home Saturday night and never returned, Port St. Lucie, Florida, police said.Chelsea Noel was wearing a pink nightgown with a cartoon horse before she disappeared, police said.Port St. Lucie Police spokesman Sgt. Frank Sabol said she was last seen just before 10 p.m. and as soon as her parents noticed she was gone, they immediately went outside to search for her.The police department said Sunday that the FBI, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and several local departments are all taking part in the search for Noel. Bloodhounds have been deployed and helicopters.A local resident donated the use of his drone to help in searching areas for the child, police said. That drone detected a discolored figure in a body of water near her home.A dive team searched that pond for Noel this morning, but there was no sign of the toddler.Police are asking nearby residents to check videos recorded by their surveillance cameras in hopes of finding any clues about the girl.Sabol said that Chelsea is attracted to lights, so police checked around homes with holiday displays for her.Chelsea is described as a black female, 3 feet tall and 40 pounds, with short black hair.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
Zlatan Ibrahimovic never stops surprising. If you thought he had gone to the US for a golden retirement, the Swede has another answer. Time and again the LA Galaxy player has come up with magic, but this is his best yet in the states. A swivel kick strike for his 500th career goal, against Toronto FC. El increíble movimiento de Ibrahimovic en el gol 500 de su carrera That is his 17th for the Californian side and the 500th of his career. In the 43rd minute he reached a cross from Jonathan dos Santos in the box and did a karate kick movement to sent the ball flying in, a stunning and curious volley. Given Ibra was a black belt in taekwondo, perhaps we shouldn’t be so shocked. IN SPORT.ES Ibra has netted 156 goals with PSG, 66 with Inter, 56 with Milan, 48 for Ajax, 29 at Manchester United, 26 at Juventus, 22 for Barça and 18 for Malmo, the club he grew up with. Plus 62 for Sweden. Upd. on 15/10/2018 at 21:20 CEST 16/09/2018