Andrew Daige, a firefighter with the East Hampton Fire Department’s Company #2, was honored as Firefighter of the Year by chiefs Brian Stanis, Duane Forrester, and Gerard Turza Jr. at the department’s annual dinner at the Maidstone Club on Saturday, April 27. Firefighter John McGuirk Sr., a member of Company #1, was honored for his 70 years of service. Share
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 RELATED PHOTOS Runners pass the Eiffel Tower during the 42nd edition of the Paris Marathon on April 8, 2018. | AFP-JIJI Your news needs your supportSince the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis, The Japan Times has been providing free access to crucial news on the impact of the novel coronavirus as well as practical information about how to cope with the pandemic. Please consider subscribing today so we can continue offering you up-to-date, in-depth news about Japan. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES “Immediately after the cancellation of the Paris half-marathon less than 24 hours before the start, the teams from the Paris city council and Amaury Sport Organisation came together to find a new date for the event. We are pleased to announce that the half-marathon will take place on Sunday 6th September,” ASO said in a statement.“Regarding the marathon, we have reached an agreement with Paris city council to move the marathon to the 18th October with the aim of avoiding any last-minute cancellation.”The announcements came after the French government on Saturday ordered the cancellation of “gatherings of more than 5,000 people” in enclosed areas as well as some external events.The French health ministry on Thursday reported two more deaths from coronavirus infections, bringing the country’s total to six, and 92 new cases since Wednesday.It was the biggest one-day jump in the number of French cases since the outbreak began, raising the country’s total to 377. KEYWORDS PARIS – The Paris Marathon, originally scheduled to take place April 5 with 60,000 registered runners, has been postponed until Oct. 18 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, race organizers told AFP in a statement on Thursday.Last weekend’s half-marathon in the French capital was also canceled over fears of the deadly virus that has killed over 3,300 people worldwide. That race has been rearranged for Sept. 6. France, covid-19, Paris Marathon
Bronson was hoisted aboard a National Guard helicopter and transported to Providence Alaska Medical Center for treatment of her non-life threatening injury. Volunteers from Moose Pass Fire and Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Department responded to the scene. Ultimately the 210th and 212th Rescue Squadrons from Rescue Coordination Center responded. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers responded to the Lower Russian Lakes trail in Cooper Landing for the report of a woman impaled by an arrow, on Thursday. The woman, Janis Bronson, age 59 of Anchorage, was approximately 4 to 6 miles from the trailhead. AST provided immediate medical attention while medics responded to the scene, according to Troopers. According to Troopers the arrow that impaled Bronson had been left on the trail.