Home Local News OPD releases names, details in rollover accident Facebook Odessa Police and Odessa Fire Rescue work the scene of an accident Thursday afternoon. An elderly couple and one pregnant woman were injured after a Cadillac collided into a Kia, causing it to flip over. Pinterest Three people were injured in a rollover crash Thursday afternoon at the intersection of 17th Street and Grant Avenue.An Odessa police news release stated all three were taken to medical facilities with non-life-threatening injuries after the wreck around 1 p.m. involving a 2014 Cadillac XTS and a 2016 Kia Soul.Dinorah Porraz, 45, was driving the Cadillac north on Grant Avenue as Reaves Oliver, 67, drove the Kia, attempting to turn east onto 17th Street, according to the release.The release stated that investigation revealed the Kia failed to yield the right of way and collided with the Cadillac, causing the Kia to roll over.Oliver and 54-year-old passenger Jacklyn Brooks were taken to Medical Center Hospital, while Porraz was taken to Odessa Regional Medical Center. Oliver was cited with failure to yield the right of way while making a left turn, the release stated. By admin – April 13, 2018 Local News OPD releases names, details in rollover accident Pinterest Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleFive things you need to know today, April 13Next articleFour arrested after investigation involving marijuana, more than 11 grams of cocaine admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp OC employee of the year always learning Twitter ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Hawaiian Roll Ham SlidersFruit Salad to Die ForFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay
Alex Potemkin/iStock(KIDRON, Ohio) — Two people aboard a DC-3 plane were killed when it crashed in Ohio Monday morning, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.The plane had clipped power lines shortly after takeoff in Kidron, Ohio, about 60 miles south of Cleveland, said a spokesperson from the Federal Aviation Administration.“I’ve never felt a force inside the house that strong where it shook the house,” said Michael Morrison, who owns the property where the plane crashed.“It’s very scary,” he told ABC Cleveland affiliate WEWS-TV. “The cracking sounded like wood splintering … then you heard the crash of it hitting the ground.”“I called 911, I grabbed as many blankets as I could, I tried to come out and I tried to give a hand to people assisting from the airport,” Morrison told WEWS-TV. “By then they seemed to have it pretty much in control.”A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration initially said six people were aboard the plane and that four other passengers were injured; the agency has since deferred to the state’s highway patrol, which says that only two people were in the plane.The cause of the crash was not clear yet.The first DC-3 plane flew in 1935, said ABC News aviation consultant Col. Steve Ganyard.“It was a great airplane and there are thousands still flying in remote parts of the world but it is an antique,” Ganyard said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
“Phishing scams are at the highest level we’ve ever seen and they’re very sophisticated. So if you get an email or someone sends you a web link that you’re unsure of, ask your IT professional,” he said. “In a matter of a week we probably sold more VPN licenses and set people up to work from home than we probably have in the last ten years,” said ICS President Kevin Blake. While your routine should stay stagnant, how you seal with security should too. “When you’re at home you can get in a rhythm with your tools and working, you know all of a sudden you blink and it’s six or seven o’clock. It’s more important to have those routines built in, have your breaks scheduled, get up and go for a walk, the mental health aspect of this, the work-life balance is very important,” said Blake. Blake says you can use this time to take advantage of communication. “We put a lot of technology and software to limit exposure when you take a work PC home, so don’t let people use those computers,” he said. Endicott IT company, Integrated Computer Solutions, or ICS, has been busier than ever, trying to make the transition smooth. “We’re finding, at least I’m finding, we’re doing more team calls with everybody in my company. People in Ithaca, people in Syracuse, than I did when we were all in the offices,” he said. It says success starts with setting boundaries for yourself. Blake says when you are bringing company technology home, sharing is not caring. The company understands what it’s like first-hand, having majority of its workforce home too. For more on the coronavirus, click here. It’s also suggested to create strong passwords and use multi-factored authentication if it’s available. While change is hard, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Blake also suggests being extra cautious. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — People around the country and here in the Southern Tier are working from home, making for quite the change in their daily routine. All to make the best of a new normal. “Today’s day and age, it’s really important,” said Blake.
The former winger was assistant to Louis Van Gaal and while it’s reported he has been offered a role under Mourinho it’s uncertain which one.Scholes says Giggs has a lot to offer. In other manager news, it seems Rafa Benitez will stay on as Newcastle manager.Having arrived late this season Benitez could not save the club from relegation despite improving their form.It’s believed he’s agreed a three year deal with the Magpies.It’s reported the former Liverpool and Real Madrid manager will have full control over the clubs transfers dealings. Meanwhile, Arsenal have finally announced the signing of Swiss international Granit Xhaka.The highly rated midfielder will join from German side Borussia Monchengladbach for an undisclosed fee.Pictures of Xhaka in an Arsenal kit emerged on social media at the weekend.