Longbow Lake Fire department was also on the scene to assist police. Of a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian and a tractor trailer unit on Highway 17, Wainwright Township, near Glengoland Road. As a result, the Trans Canada Highway was closed just West of Dryden for approximately 4 hours.The Technical Traffic Collision Investigators were called in to assist in the investigation along with Highway Safety division, and the Northwest crime unit.

The several minutes of time lapse video show the antennas in various conditions: as night falls and at dawn, under bright moonlight or with the centre of our Milky Way sparkling against the dark sky, and with the glow of lights from observatory vehicles and the antennas themselves. These observations take place against a backdrop of stunning night skies over the Chilean Plateau. When completed, ALMA will be composed of 66 high precision antennas spread over distances of up to 16 kilometres the largest ground based astronomical project in existence.

The BC SPCA has designated October to raising awareness about farm animals, beginning with World Farm Animals Day on October 2. Celebrated on Mahatma Gandhi birthday, World Farm Animals Day is observed in dozens of countries all over the world. This month, endeavour to make a difference in the lives of farm animals.

Reasonable suspicion for legal chase established, the in at hands of another become the suspect. While from suspect perspective it was accidental, in the eyes of the inquest it is considered from the decedent perspective in which accident is ruled out on the grounds driver, however briefly, chose a wanton knowing (not careless mistake) course of action in which passenger was forced to ride at unsafe speeds 2 3x posted limit . Barring surprise finding vehicle auto accelerated beyond safe zone on its own and despite court of public opinion about police chases, finding should be quick..

Doing the best we can do, he said. Streets are in rough shape. Reported above ground pumps were taken down at the city owned, former Hi Way Oil. Not that he has anything against designer glasses. In fact, he often gives expensive sunglasses as gifts, using his visual savvy to match people’s faces with the perfect frame. But he exults in the anonymity his mystery glasses confer, lending him just a scintilla of cool.

Now through November 30, 2014, visitors to the Museum of East Tennessee History will have an opportunity to view special items associated with the “Freedom Engine,” a tribute gift from East Tennesseans to New York City following the events of September 11, 2001. East Tennesseans contributed more than $940,000 to purchase and equip a 95 foot tower ladder truck for Harlem based Ladder Company 14, helping the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) replenish the largest vehicles in the city’s firefighting fleet. The so called “Freedom Engine,” went into service during March 2002 and was dedicated on September 11th of that year..