Motorcyclist killed in WBD accident

first_imgMotorcyclist Corwin Anderson of Lot 99 David Rose Street, Bagotville, West Bank Demerara was killed on Sunday at about 05:45h following a collision with a car on the Nismes Public Road, West Bank Demerara.Corwin AndersonThe 29-year-old entrepreneur and father of one was reportedly driving motorcycle CG 4337 in a northerly direction when motor car PJJ 6297, travelling in the opposite direction, allegedly collided with him and sent his body flying several feet away from the scene of the collision.Bleeding profusely, he was picked up and rushed to the West Demerara Regional Hospital (WDRH) by public-spirited individuals, where he later succumbed to the injuries he had sustained.According to Sharon Anderson, one of his aunts, having been informed that her nephew had been involved in an accident, she immediately rushed to the WDRH, where she found him bleeding profusely. She has criticised the hospital for not being fully equipped to deal with her relative’s injuries.“He was bleeding [profusely] and the doctor them gotta pumping, trying to get the blood out, because he was actually suffocating…he (was) choking. The doctors had to remove the oxygen from him just to get to clean out (the blood) from the mouth…. If I’m bleeding, by right you should have been able to be replacing that blood… But the fact remains that because (the hospital was) not… equipped, you know, it (cost him his) life,” she told Guyana Times.This aunt detailed that it was at exactly 07:26h when her nephew took his last breath. She said the police arrived at the hospital shortly after, as the driver of the motor car was being treated for minor injuries. He was subsequently discharged into police custody to assist with investigations.The late Corwin Anderson was described as the “street live wire” by relatives and friends, who sought to describe how jovial a person he had been. He leaves to mourn his reputed wife, seven siblings and other relatives and friends. (Ramona Luthi)last_img read more

October 4 2002 Exciting times at the httpwwwd

first_imgOctober 4, 2002 Exciting times atthe http://www.dot.state.az.us/news/school/adopt/adopt.htm constructionsite. The second to last batch of flat pre-cast panels for the secondfloor is being lifted into place. The panels were cast on a layer offine silt visible here under this panel in motion. [Photo: Nadia Begin& text: SA] One of the panels isguided into place. [Photo: Nadia Begin & text: SA] Once in place, eachpanel is secured with a set of braces until the planned poured-in-placewall next to it will keep the set of walls secured permanently. [Photo:Nadia Begin & text: SA]last_img

Local school system features Rep Farrington in success campaign

first_img Categories: Farrington News State Rep. Jeff Farrington recently told his story about the Utica Community School (UCS) System and how UCS helped ensure his future success. Farrington, R-Utica, went to UCS from elementary school through high school.“The Utica school district is the second largest school district in the state,” said Farrington. “It makes me proud that we can be a model for other districts throughout Michigan.  In Utica, we have proven that a large school system can be properly managed and can produce excellent results.”In the video, Farrington tells of his history with UCS, his interactions with the school district as a legislator and describes how UCS means success to him. The “UCS Means Success” program is meant to celebrate the people, events and traditions of Utica Community Schools.“Utica schools not only gave me a great education, but they also allow me to be a better legislator when we discuss education issues; I am fortunate to have the UCS to use as a reference point,” Farrington said.Watch Rep. Farrington’s success story at http://www.ucsmeanssuccess.org/farrington.html### 07May Local school system features Rep. Farrington in success campaignlast_img read more

The rise in the cost of English Premier League rig

first_imgThe rise in the cost of English Premier League rights as a result of BT’s entry into the market could have implications for BSkyB’s coverage of other sports, according to Sky Sports managing director Barney Francis.Speaking at the Leaders in Football conference held at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge stadium, Francis said that the inflation in Premier League costs would be absorbed principally by cost savings elsewhere. However, in remarks reported by the Guardian newspaper website, he said that the company may have to “tighten our belts” on its coverage of some other sports.He said that Sky’s decision not to bid for Premiership Rugby, the rights to which are also held by BT, was one example of this.last_img

LGs new Super UHD UH9500 TV LG Electronics will

first_imgLG’s new ‘Super UHD’ UH9500 TVLG Electronics will unveil a new premium line of High Dynamic Range-capable 4K Ultra HD TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.The ‘LG Super UHD’ TVs will lead the company’s 2016 4K Ultra HD TV lineup for the US and have been designated by the electronics maker as ‘HDR Plus’.The TV maker said that HDR Plus combines ‘Ultra Luminance’ and ‘Color Prime’ technologies to heighten HDR performance compared to HDR compatible sets.The Super UHD TV line consists of series – including the UH9500, the UH8500 and the UH7700 – and will be available in screen sizes ranging from 49-inches to 86-inches.LG said the new TVs will offer LG’s “most advanced LCD/LED picture quality ever” with expanded colour capabilities, advanced picture and sound-enhancing features. The 2016 UHD TV lineup also comes with the newest generation of LG’s webOS Smart TV platform, webOS 3.0.Select models from the new 4K Ultra HD TV lineup will begin shipping in the US in early spring.last_img read more