EMS Crew Captures Arsonist on Dash Cam

first_imgWTAE ABC4 Pittsburgh – An ambulance crew from Jeannette is getting praise for spotting a suspected arson on Brownstown Road in North Huntingdon and turning their dashboard camera toward the fire so police could use the video as evidence.last_img

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PMSA 7s finals to resume this weekend

first_imgSoccer The long awaited PMSA 7s challenge finals resumes this weekend at the Bisini Football Grounds pending discussions with the PNG Sports Foundation on venue preparations in light of Covid-19. President Joseph Ealedona announced the good news following the approval of the associations Covid 19 venue protocols by the PNG Sports Foundation. Ealedona said PMSA plans complete the 7s challenge finals by next Sunday and will kick start it’s condensed 9s competition following the 7s finals. “It’s been a while since we last kicked the ball at our Bisini Grounds and I know our players are looking forward to this”. He said a club delegates meeting will take place this Thursday from 2pm (tomorrow) at the Bisini football grounds and urged clubs to send only two representatives to the. Meeting to avoid too many people in one area. Ealedona said the 9s tournament will be played on Sundays to allow people to attend to the NSL games every Saturday. “While I announce this, we must also be mindful that the Covid-19 pandemic is fluid and anything can happen therefore our need to continue to be compliant to the health and medical protocols always.” “Due to latest Information, PMSA will await announcement of new measures because of the increase in cases in NCD and abide by the new measures when they are issued.”last_img read more

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Five-star French victory for Ireland’s Mark McAuley while Co Clare’s Eoin McMahon wins in The Netherlands

first_img 9 February 2019, 21:09 Five-star French victory for Ireland’s Mark McAuley while Co Clare’s Eoin McMahon wins in The Netherlands Home  »  General  »  Five-star French victory for Ireland’s Mark McAuley while Co Clare’s Eoin McMahon wins in The Netherlands Tags: Co Louth’s Mark McAuley and the Nicole Mordasini-owned mare Jacintha v. Kriekenhof have taken victory in today’s (Saturday) 1m45 speed class at the five-star World Cup show in Bordeaux, France. They crossed the line clear in 58.24 seconds to finish half-a-second ahead of Germany’s Michael Jung in second with Fischerdaily Impressed, while Wexford’s Bertram Allen took third place with GK Casper (58.97).Mark McAuley and Jacintha v. Kriekenhof (Photo: Sportfot)Meanwhile on Friday night at Peelbergen three-star show in The Netherlands, Co Clare’s Eoin McMahon recorded a superb win with Chacon in the 1m50 Milestone Farm Prize. Drawn second last to go, McMahon and the 13-year-old gelding snatched the win from Leopold van Asten (NED) with VDL Groep Miss Untouchable who had been in the lead.Eoin McMahon and Chacon (Photo: Eva Van Den Adel/Winter Masters)“To be honest I thought I had no chance to catch Leopold,” McMahon said after the class. “I just tried to do my own round and go as fast as I could with my horse, and everything just worked out so smooth. I could not really believe that I was faster. I thought I did a good round, but I know Leopold’s mare is crazy quick so I thought the clock must be broken or something!” laughed the 23-year-old Irish rider.“My boss Ludger Beerbaum rode the horse before and had a lot of success with him in five-star Grand Prix classes. Then Philipp Weishaupt took him over, and he also won some good classes with him like the Speed Challenge in Hong Kong. So, I was very lucky that I got him when I came to Ludger last summer – he has been such a good horse for me,” McMahon said.last_img read more

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