THE GRANTS ARE ALSO OPEN TO FARMERS MARKETS AND PROCESSING VESSL. ES A WOMAN IS DEAD AFTER BEING HIT BY A CAR IN NORTH WHINDHAM LAST NIGH T. IT HAPPENED JUSTEF BORE EIGHT-O-CLOCK AT THE INTERSECTION OF TRAILS END ROAD. POLICE SAY A 47- YEAR-OLD WOMAN WAS STRUCK AND KILLED BY A CAR DRIVING EAST ON ROOSEVELT TRAI THE DRIVER OF THE CAR- MARGARET HUNTER OF CAPE ELIZABETH- WAS NOT INJU
Woman dies after being hit by car in North Windham Friday night
Police investigating crash at intersection of Roosevelt Trail and Trails End Road
Updated: 10:56 AM EDT Sep 11, 2021
A woman is dead after being hit by a car in North Windham Friday night. Just before 8 p.m., police say a 47-year-old woman was hit by a car driving east on Roosevelt Trail at the intersection of Trails End Road. Police have not released the name of the victim, who died at the scene. The driver of the car, Margaret Hunter of Cape Elizabeth, was not hurt. The road was closed for a few hours to allow crews to clear the scene. Police continue to investigate the crash.
WINDHAM, Maine —
A woman is dead after being hit by a car in North Windham Friday night.
Just before 8 p.m., police say a 47-year-old woman was hit by a car driving east on Roosevelt Trail at the intersection of Trails End Road.
Police have not released the name of the victim, who died at the scene. The driver of the car, Margaret Hunter of Cape Elizabeth, was not hurt.
The road was closed for a few hours to allow crews to clear the scene.
Man dies in single-vehicle crash in Oconee County, coroner says
Crash happened on Martin Creek Road near JP Stevens Road
Updated: 7:47 AM EDT Aug 30, 2021
LOOK AS WE GET INTO TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. PATRICK: WE’RE FOLLOWING BREAKING NEWS OVERNIGHT. A CAR HIT D ANKILLED A PEDESTRIAN IN GREENVILLE COUY.NT DESTINY: THE CRASH HAPPENED JUST AFTER 10 SUNDAY NIGHT ON AUGUSTA ROAD. TROOPERS SAY A PERSON WAS CROSSING THE ROAD NEAR EMILY LANE WHEN A CAR CRASHED INTO TH.EM THE PEDESTRIAN DIED ATHE T SCENE. THE DRIVER WAS NOTUR HT. PATRICK: BREAKING NE OWSUT OF OCONEE COUNTY. A MAN DIED IN AN OVERNIGHT CRASH. THE CORONER SAYS THE CSHRA HAPPENED JUST AFTER 11:00 SUNDAY NIGHT ON MARTIN CREEK ROAD NEAR J.P. STEVENS RD.OA HE SAYS 53-YEAR-OLD RORTBE ABRAHAM OF CLEMSON WAS THROWN FROM HIS VEHICLE AND DIED. TROOPERS SAY HE WAS NOT WEARING A SEAT BT.EL STARTING TODAY, STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACE MASK ON SCHOOL BUSES. DESTINY: OUR DANIEL ROBIONNS JOINS US LIVE NOW FROM THE GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT WITH THE REASON BEHIND THE CHAN.GE GOOD MORNING. DANIEL: DESTINY, PATRICK. THE ANSAD YS TYHE MADE THEIR DECISION AFTER REVIENG DATA INCH SOOLS WITH THE RISE IN CASES. THE DISTCTRI SAYS THESE ADDED PRECAUTIONS ARE TO HELP EPKE THE TRANSMISSION RATES OF THE VIRUS LOW INTO KEEP THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS OPEN SAFELY. THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SAYS IT WILL EQUIP ALL STATE-OWDNE SCHOOL BUSES WITH AN ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF FACE COVERINGS TTHA ARE IN LINE WITH CDC REQUIREMENTS. SCHOOL LEADERS SAY IF A STUDENT GETS ON A SCHOOL BUS WITHOUT A FACE COVERING, THE BUS DRIVER SHOULD OFFER THE STUDENT A MASK. HOWEVER NO STUDENT SHOULD BE NIEDDE TRANSPORTATION FOR FAILING TO ADHERE TO THE CDC OR DER. THE DISTRICT SAYS THEY WILL FOLLOW THAT ORDER AND ARE EXPANDING BE SIX FEET DISTANCE REQUIREMENT IN BETWEEN STUDENTS TO HELP WITH AVOIDING VICOD-19 CASES ACROSS THE ENTIRE DISTRICT. YOU CAN READ MORE ABOUT THE REQUIREMENT AND THE RESPONSE ON OUR WEBSITE WYFF4.COM. , LIVE IN GREENVILLE THIS MORNING, DANIEL ROBINSON, WYFF NEWS 4. DESTINY: TOMORROW, THE SOUTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT WILL HEAR TWO CHALLENGES TO THSTE ATE’S REFUSAL TO LET SCHOOL DISTRICTS REQUIRE MASKS. THEY THREATENED TO HOLD BUDGET FROM SCHOOLS. SCHOOLS ARE — ARGNGUI THAT REQUIRING OR BANNING MASKS HAS NO PLACE IN THE BUDGET. THE DISTRICT SAYS THIS IS BECAUSE OF THE NUMBER OF VICOD-19 CASES AND QUARANTINES. MAYLAND EARLY COLLEGE LLWI CONTINUE ON A REGULAR SCHEDULE, BUT FOR THE OTHER SCHOOLS, THE DISTRICT SAYS STUDENTS WILL PICK UP DEVICES TODAY. THEY WL ILHAVE REMOTE INSTRUCTION TUESDAY THROUGH THURSD.AY THERE WILL BE A TEACHER WORKDAY ON FRIDAY. STUDENTS ARE SET TO RETURN NEXT TUESDAY. PATRK:IC STARTING TODAY AT DMV’S IN SOUTH CAROLINA COME ALL SKILLS TEST FOR REGULAR LICENSE APPLICANTS WLIL BE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. AND BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 7TH, THE DMV WILL BE GIVING A MODIFDIE SKILLS TEST. APPLICANTS WILL BE IN THE CAR ALONE. THE EXAMINER WILL WATCH FROM
Authorities said Angelica Dhondup was “traveling home from her wedding” in her Toyota Corolla when a silver Toyota pickup driving on the wrong side of the highway hit Dhondup’s car head-on. Dhondup suffered fatal injuries from the accident while a 20-year-old female passenger had non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a hospital.
Family members told KSL-TV Dhondup was on her way home with her cousin to drop off wedding presents and was still in her wedding dress. After the crash, Dhondup’s friend Tayler Craft said Dhondup called her sister to say she was hurt and couldn’t breathe before she died.
“She can’t even go to her honeymoon. She can’t even come home to her kids,” Craft told KSL. “She just got married five hours ago.”
The driver of the pickup and a passenger were helped out of the vehicle by a passerby. Authorities said the driver stole the passerby’s truck before he was apprehended by responding officers. The passenger fled on foot but returned to the scene.
The driver of the Toyota pickup, identified as Manaure Gonzalez-Rea, 36, was arrested and taken to Salt Lake County Jail. Gonzalez-Rea is charged with a DUI, automobile homicide criminal negligence DUI, reckless driving and failure to remain at an accident involving death and theft, according to court records. Cans of beer were found at the scene of the crash.
A young girl died Saturday after losing control of her bicycle and hitting a concrete wall in San Jose, police said.
The girl lost control while riding downhill on Valroy Drive in the La Colina neighborhood at about 3 p.m., according to the San Jose Police Department. She hit a raised curb on Curie Drive and was launched into a concrete retaining wall, causing a severe head injury.
Van Zyl led Toyota’s European operations, which include Russia, Turkey, Israel and central Asian countries, from 2015 until April, when he was succeeded by sales and marketing chief Matthew Harrison.
Under van Zyl’s strategic and operational leadership, Toyota Europe delivered sustained business results, with sales passing the one-million mark in 2019 for the first time in 10 years and market share exceeding 6 percent in 2020.
Toyota was a leader in CO2 emissions with a lineup of hybrid powertrains that was expanded under van Zyl. During his tenure, the automaker expanded its production sites and added products in Russia, Poland, Turkey and France. Toyota took sole ownership of a joint venture plant with PSA Group in Kolin, Czech Republic, in January.
Van Zyl announced in 2018 that Toyota would discontinue diesel powertrains from the automaker’s passenger car lineup, with the exception of the Land Cruiser large SUV and the Hilux pickup.
In leaving Toyota Europe, van Zyl said: “What I am most satisfied about is the very strong team we have here in Europe. With such great people across the Toyota European organization, with such talent and passion, there won’t be any disruption in the transformation we have embarked upon, and I have no doubt Toyota will do very well under Matt’s [Harrison] leadership.”
Harrison said recently that he saw no reason to sharply change course as CEO of Toyota Europe.
“I’ve worked incredibly closely with van Zyl for the last few years,” Harrison told Automotive News Europe in an interview. “So, I would like to think I have already had a lot of opportunity to offer input into our strategy, and I didn’t feel the need to scrap everything anything and rebuild. That element of my strategy was more about a seamless transition and continuity.”
New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp, 58, died Thursday after a bicycle accident that occurred five days earlier.
“While his family, friends and players still had so much to learn from him and desperately wished they had more time with him, God called an audible and wanted to go over the game plan directly with him. It will certainly be a masterpiece, just like Greg!” his family said in a statement on his death.
The incident happened near Knapp’s home in San Ramon, Calif., about 30 miles from Oakland.
Knapp never regained consciousness in the five days after the crash. The driver, whose name has not been released, was not under the influence of drugs and is working with police in the investigation, ESPN reported.
Knapp was surrounded by his mother, wife, three daughters and brother when he died.
“Greg had such an inner peace about him that people always seemed to gravitate towards,” New York Jets coach Robert Saleh said in a statement. “He lived life in a loving way that helped him connect with people from all walks of life in a unique way.
“In his short time here, I believe the people in this organization had a chance to experience that connection. Greg, thank you for all that you have shared with us, you will be missed brother,” Saleh added.
Knapp joined the Jets at the beginning of the year as a passing-game specialist and has been with many teams over his coaching career that began in 1997.
“He was a tremendous football coach who achieved at the highest levels of our game, but more importantly he was a wonderful person who had the love, admiration and respect of those who were blessed to work with him,” Falcons owner Arthur Blank said in a statement. “Rest In Peace, Greg Knapp.”
Knapp was set to work with three young quarterbacks the Jets had and was going to travel to New Jersey just a few days after the incident to begin the season.
“In his short time with us, Greg had an immediate influence on those who had the pleasure of spending the smallest amount of time with him,” Jets chairman Woody Johnson’s statement reads. “His legacy is not only working with some of the brightest quarterbacks the league has ever seen, but the countless others across this world he has had an indelibly positive influence on.”
A Millville man has died of his injuries following an accident earlier this month in Vineland.
A 32-year-old Vineland man was driving a car west on Hance Bridge Road near Panther Road shortly after 11 p.m. on July 9 when he struck William K. Harris, 25, of Millville.
Police believe Harris was in the roadway for an unknown reason and said he was wearing non-reflective clothing. There is a minimal roadway shoulder of only a few inches width in that area, police noted in their report.
Harris was unresponsive when emergency responders arrived and was airlifted to a hospital for treatment.
He remained hospitalized until he died of his injuries on Tuesday, police said.
No charges have been filed against the driver, but the case remains under investigation.
On Friday night, between 9 and 10 p.m., a 78-year-old woman died Friday after her bicycle collided with a pickup truck on County Road 512 in Sebastian.
Initially, the Sebastian Police Department said it was a hit and run homicide because the driver of the pickup truck, a 52-year-old man, left the scene, but later returned.
The collision occurred between Delaware and Easy Street on CR-512. The investigation is still active.
The cyclist and driver have not been publicly identified.
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A woman has died after a delivery truck ran a stop sign and crashed into her SUV, officials said.
Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Tim Myers told The Eagle on Thursday that Linda Keller died after being hurt in a crash Monday afternoon in the northwest part of the county. She was 60 years old and from Cheney.
A sheriff’s office accident report states that Keller was eastbound on 21st Street as Ray Crook was northbound on 247th Street West. Crook’s vehicle “ran the stop sign” and struck the passenger side of Keller’s vehicle.
Keller was taken to Ascension Via Christi St. Francis hospital in critical condition. Crook was taken to the same hospital in serious condition.
Photos from the scene showed a Cintas box truck had caught fire during the wreck.
No citations have been issued and the crash remains under investigation, Myers said.
At least two people were hurt and taken to a hospital after a crash Monday afternoon in northwest Sedgwick County.
Emergency crews were called at around 1:30 p.m. to an injury accident at 21st Street North and 247th Street West, a Sedgwick County dispatch supervisor said. One patient was reported to be in critical condition, and a second was in serious condition.
The intersection, which is northwest of Goddard, is blocked. The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the wreck.
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