Anyway kid next door rolls his ATV over on himself apparently. We just happen to notice because it looks like the apocalypse is happening as every emergency vehicle times eleventy is suddenly on the street so we walk out to ask the cops what’s going on with all the fire trucks and the FOUR ambulances. And we found out the kid was hurt and they were landing a bird for him.
“Being charged with something, but not sure what. I am fine and strong, and not guilty of anything,” he said, with a smile emoji.(Reporting by Colin Packham; Editing by Lincoln Feast.)Losers cheque worth the journey, says ZidansekAfter a long haul flight from Abu Dhabi and two weeks quarantine in Melbourne, Tamara Zidansek Australian Open singles tournament lasted just 81 minutes when the Slovenian was bundled out in the first round on Monday. Still, the A$100,000 ($77,000) in prizemoney for first up losers made it worth the journey and helped ease the disappointment of a 6 2 7 5 loss to Kazakh Zarina Diyas.
Bring on the Snow! City Gears Up for Winter 2015 2016Preparations have started for the 2015 2016 winter season. City crews and equipment are ready for active winter services as of November 1. Contractor crews are ready for November 15.Planning starts with an annual training exercise, where more than 50 City and contractor snowplows, graders and other vehicles used for winter maintenance, check equipment and review plowing routes throughout the community.
I also told the complaining neighbors that if the noise persist, to call the police and file a complaint since I had already contacted the neighbor and he “handled it” so to speak. This was a few months ago.Today, they sent me a video where I can hear the dog barking through the walls of their unit. They claimed that the neighbor wasn’t home and the dog had been barking all day.
After Vice President Kamala Harris received her second dose of the COVID 19 vaccine in a televised event at the National Institutes of Health in January, Rep. Joyce Beatty (D Ohio) phone lit up with calls from constituents who were “newly curious” about getting vaccinated themselves, she told The New York Times. As Beatty explained, watching a Black woman receive the vaccine “gave people hope and gave people education.” Black Americans are nearly three times more likely to die from the coronavirus, the Times notes, but they are far less likely to be inoculated, in large part because of a lack of access, but also, some experts have pointed out, because of longstanding wariness about government driven health programs.