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Baldwin Crash Leaves Driver Dead

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 42-year-old man died after he crashed his car, causing it vehicle to burst into flames in his hometown of Baldwin over the weekend.Nassau County police said Gregory Balmir was driving a Toyota Camry southbound on Grand Avenue when he crossed over two lanes of traffic at the corner of Woodside Avenue, where he crashed into a utility pole and a building shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday.The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.First Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information regarding this crash to call Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.last_img

NFL trade rumors: 49ers, Packers have expressed interest in acquiring Chiefs’ Dee Ford

first_imgThe Chiefs placed the franchise tag on Dee Ford, but they are open to trading him and they have at least a couple of suitors.The 49ers and Packers have both expressed interest in acquiring the pass-rush specialist, according to NFL Network. The Packers run a 3-4 defense so the fit there makes plenty of sense. The 49ers though run a 4-3 so that fit isn’t quite as good. However, the Chiefs have not said Ford can’t play defensive end in a 4-3 scheme.The team is willing to hold on to Ford and play him at that position if they can’t find a deal for him they like so they clearly believe he can do it. Just on the surface, the fit in Green Bay’s defense would appear to be ideal.And when you consider Ford would slot in on the opposite side of Clay Matthews, Green Bay fans can have a lot to dream about. Related News NFL trade rumors: Steelers close to dealing Antonio Browncenter_img Two #Chiefs notes: 1. They seem to have a market for franchised pass-rusher Dee Ford, with the #Packers and #49ers expressing interest, I’m told. 2. They are hosting FA RB Carlos Hyde and there is a good chance they sign him, if all goes well with the physical, source said.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 9, 2019Ford tallied 13 sacks for Kansas City last season, but with the firing of defensive coordinator Bob Sutton and subsequent hiring of Steve Spagnuolo, the fit for the Pro Bowl player is not quite as good.Spaguolo specializes in a 4-3 defense whereas Ford excels as an outside linebacker in the 3-4. NFL free agency rumors: Chiefs to sign running back Carlos Hydelast_img read more

Stricter penalties for drunken crew members

first_imgCivil Aviation BillDirector General of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), retired Lieutenant Colonel Egbert Field disclosed that measures are being put in place to impose penalties on intoxicated crew members on air services.He noted that the perpetrators would be fined and penalised if they are found operating under the influence of alcohol or intoxicating substances.These provisions fall under the revised Civil Aviation Bill which is before a parliamentary committee that should finalise changes by the end of this month. Field related that people found trespassing on runways while an aircraft is inGCAA Director General Edger Fieldsoperation would be fined.“These are new items included in the Bill which seek to address care of aerodromes in the interior. There are a number of items in the Bill that will make things clearer than the last Civil Aviation Act. The last Act was implemented when we were just being formed into an authority so many things were not included. Over the years, we have seen changes in aviation thus, this Civil Aviation Bill will include all those items drawing on our experience,” Field told State media.According to the report, stakeholders in the aviation industry and GCAA’s staff were instructed to present regulations to the Director General who will peruse them before presenting them to the subject minister by July 15.“Regulations are difficult to put together when it comes to the aviation industry,Ogle Airportespecially one unique as Guyana. Because we derive or formulate our regulations from what the ICAO [International Civil Aviation Industry Organisation] puts out in its annexes. But those are really international regulations. We have to retool the regulations and annexes into ours to accommodate the size and operation we are doing in our domestic industry,” he said.last_img read more

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