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Remote area critical patients to be moved to San José hospital by

first_imgNo related posts. Last Friday, the first critical patient, who had a cardiac problem, was flown in from Santa Maria de Dota. Patients living in remote areas will arrive at the Calderón Guardia Hospital by helicopter.This was done through an agreement between the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) and the Ministry of Public Security (MSP). The objective of this agreement is to shorten the time of transfer of patients in a critical health situation.For the landing of the helicopters, the hospital prepared an area on the northeast side, where the patient is admitted directly to the Emergency Service.The patient was treated and stabilized in Santa Maria de Dota and then transferred to the medical center where he is under observation and waiting for a series of tests to define his diagnosis.According to Donald Corella, head of the Emergency Department, the Calderón Guardia Hospital conducted a series of trainings and drills in conjunction with the Ministry of Security, which allowed the so-called Golden Code to be activated within the hospital.This Golden Code applies a series of protocols to be prepared either to receive a patient in a critical health situation from a remote location or that the hospital staff is transferred by helicopter to the hospital of the care network. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Six ways to explore the moon in Canberra

first_imgSource = VisitCanberra sallytenilledoig takes in Questacon’s moonSix ways to explore the moon in CanberraOne small step for man, one giant leap… of astronomical proportions of fun to be had in the capital.Canberra’s Honeysuckle Creek tracking station played a pivotal role in transmitting images of the Apollo 11 historic landing on the moon to the world 50 years ago. To get you in the space mood, we’ve pulled together six ways you can have a space encounter in the capital.National Museum of AustraliaA fragment of moon rock, a satellite tracking console and a 1969 lunch menu are among the intriguing objects on display as part of the National Museum of Australia’s Tracking Apollo: 50 years since the moon landing exhibit, open now. A panel discussion, led by author Andrew Tink with four of the original Apollo trackers, on 19 July will cast a spotlight on Canberra’s role in the Apollo missions and the moon landing 50 years ago.Canberra Deep Space Communication ComplexOne Small Step Space Open Day will take place on 21 July at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex in Tidbinbilla. This is your chance to relive the moment of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon under the actual antenna dish that helped make that historic moment possible.See The Moon at QuestaconSo it’s not the actual moon, but it’s probably the best close up view you will ever see. The 7 metres in diameter Questacon exhibit is based on a high resolution photograph taken from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter camera.Gaze at The Moon – designed by UK artist Luke Jerram – can be seen as part of your visit to Canberra’s popular science museum. Lay back in a beanbag and gaze at the moon. As part of the 50th moon landing anniversary, Questacon is celebrating with its Mid-Winter Nights event (10 to 13 July) where you can dance under the moon, stargaze, get creative with space crafts and more.Arc Cinema screening films about the moonThe National Film and Sound Archive will celebrate the anniversary by screening moon related movies on 19 and 20 July in its fabulous building, formerly the Australian Institute of Anatomy. Four movies will screen including: Dark Side of the Moon, The Dish, In Case you Missed it: the Moon Landing and First Man.Mount Stromlo Observatory stargazingRug up and venture out under the night sky to see the moon in all its glory at Mount Stromlo Observatory. In conjunction with Canberra Astronomical Society & ANU, Mount Stromlo Observatory runs free public stargazing nights and lectures. Check out their Moon Week program (17-21 July) which includes astronomy nights and space bus tours. Come and see the rings of Saturn, the craters of the moon, and beautiful star clusters and nebulae. On the night attendees will be taken on a ‘tour of the universe’ with talks by NASA scientists and observations on several telescopes.Moon Rock TrailTake part at your own pace in the Canberra-wide Moon Rock Trail around the region. You can walk on the Moon – well an Earth-bound version of it anyway – at Mount Stromlo Observatory’s outdoor display which depicts the features of the surface of the Moon or touch a piece of moon rock at Geoscience Australia – the only lunar touchstone in the Southern Hemisphere.Check out all the points of the Moon Rock Trail for yourself.To plan your visits, head to visitcanberra.com.au today.last_img read more

The NFC West is not exactly a division loaded with

first_imgThe NFC West is not exactly a division loaded with top-flight QBs, though it was generally thought that the Rams’ Sam Bradford was the best of the bunch.However, after a week where the second year pro completed just 17 of 30 passes for 188 yards and zero touchdowns it seems as if the gap may be closing, through little fault of his own.“I was quite honestly disappointed with the performance of Sam Bradford last week against the Philadelphia Eagles,” ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Jaworski pointed to Bradford’s supporting cast as reason to doubt him, saying the Rams have “maybe the slowest receiving core in the National Football League.”Harsh words, but of the wideouts who caught a pass last week, none are exactly household names. And, to top it off, the team lost Danny Amendola to a dislocated elbow.“Then you look at Jason Smith, the right tackle, he got hammered last week and when you look at Bradford he had a very difficult time setting his back foot and delivering the football,” Jaworski added. “He struggled because of the pass protection.”Nobody seems to be saying Bradford is a bad QB, just that his supporting cast could hold him back. One week in Arizona’s Kevin Kolb does not appear to have a similar problem, as he threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns.“After one game, I would say right now Kevin Kolb may be the most stable quarterback in the division,” Jaworski said. Comments   Share   center_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Top Stories last_img read more

Rep Bellino announces local office hours

first_img Categories: Bellino News 09Nov Rep. Bellino announces local office hours State Rep. Joe Bellino of Monroe will host office hours on Monday, Nov. 27 to meet with residents of Monroe and Wayne counties.“Some of the best ideas are generated from the members in our community,” Rep. Bellino said. “I welcome anyone with concerns, ideas or issues to join me.”Rep. Bellino will meet with residents at the following times and locations:9 to 10 a.m. at Biggby, 26614 Telegraph Road in Flat Rock;10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Tim Hortons, 404 S. Monroe St. in Monroe; andNoon to 1 p.m. at Carleton Branch Library, 1444 Kent St. in Carleton.Appointments are not necessary during office hours. Anyone unable to attend is encouraged to contact Rep. Bellino’s office at (517) 373-1530, email JosephBellino@house.mi.gov or visit www.RepBellino.com.last_img read more

Rep Hauck invites residents to think local during Buy Michigan Week

first_img30Jul Rep. Hauck invites residents to think local during Buy Michigan Week Categories: Hauck News,News Legislator: Local business serves as key cog of state’s economyState Rep. Roger Hauck today encouraged residents in Isabella and Midland Counties to consider buying locally made products and services during Buy Michigan Week – running through Aug. 5.Purchasing goods and services locally creates a positive impact on a region through small business growth, more available jobs and strengthened state and local economies.“Around 50 cents of every dollar spent locally will stay local – helping provide money to our schools, roads, first responders and other areas of need. When that money is not leaving the state, it can make a huge difference on the economic health of our communities,” said Hauck, of Mt. Pleasant. “Michigan has a tremendous track record as a producer, and this week is a great opportunity to bring awareness to what we can do when we invest in our state’s industries as consumers.”In October, the Michigan House passed a resolution supporting “Buy Nearby” – an annual statewide promotion for shopping at local retail outlets instead of alternatives online. The Buy Nearby project estimated that if Michigan residents made a concerted effort to buy locally, an additional $9 billion in economic activity would follow and nearly 74,000 jobs could be created. Up to $2.5 billion in additional wages could be cultivated through the new jobs, per the project’s report.In recognition of their work, Hauck plans on distributing and delivering tributes to local businesses in the area as Buy Michigan Week kicks into gear.last_img read more

Digital cable subscribers in Romania more than dou

first_imgDigital cable subscribers in Romania more than doubled in 2011, taking digital cable penetration to 25% of all cable homes by the end of the year, according to a survey by regulator ANCOM.Overall cable numbers grew by 7% over the course of the year, while DTH numbers fell by 5%, with a slight recovery in the second half of the year.ANCOM said there were 2.79 million cable subscribers in urban areas at the end of 2011, while cable subs in rural areas numbered 0.78 million. IPTV numbers fell by a striking 21% in the last quarter of the year to total about 30,000 subscribers, according to ANCOM. DTH subscribers numbered 2.26 million at the end of the year.last_img

Spanish pay TV operator Canal has asked for an in

first_imgSpanish pay TV operator Canal+ has asked for an independent arbirator to regulate its dispute with Mediapro over the price of football rights supplied under the pair’s contract for the 2012-13 season. Canal+ and Mediapro have been unable to reach agreement on the price of games provided by Mediapro to the pay TV operator, according to a report in newspaper El Pais. Canal+ is also seeking clarifcation over the price to paid for rights to show matches for the next two season.Canal+ and Mediapro reached an agreement last year over the exploitation of rights to the three seasons from 2012-15. Canal+ has said it will continue to pay fees to clubs that have signed with it direct.last_img

The BBC has begun rolling out the new version of i

first_imgThe BBC has begun rolling out the new version of its BBC iPlayer catch-up TV platform to a wider group of smart TV platforms.Executive product manager Marcus Parnwell said in a blog posting that the new version of iPlayer is now being rolled out to smart TV platforms including 2014 Bush, Digihom, Finlux, Hitachi, JVC, LG, Linstar, Luxor, Panasonic, Philips, Polariod, Sharp TVs, 2012 Cello TVs, 2010, 2011  and 2014 Samsung TVs, 2011 and 2014 Sony TVs, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Toshiba TVs and 2012 Vestel models.The latest version of iPlayer is also being deployed on a wider range of Blu-ray players from LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba, as well as set-top boxes from Bush, Hitachi, LG, Tesco-Technika and Western Digital.Parnwell said the migration means that the BBC has taken the decision to retire the ‘Bigscreen’ version of iPlayer that was rolled out five years ago but which is currently only used by about 0.1% of iPlayer users.He said that the BBC is continuing to work with YouView, Virgin Media and BT to bring the new version of iPlayer to these plaforms, while it will be launched on the Microsoft Xbox One platform by the end of this year.last_img read more

Amazon has pulled off a coup by signing up directo

first_imgAmazon has pulled off a coup by signing up director Woody Allen’s first ever television series.Allen will write and create the series with Amazon Studios, with on-demand service Amazon Prime Instant Video acting as the distribution platform.“I don’t know how I got into this. I have no ideas and I’m not sure where to begin,” said Allen, who is best known for films such as Annie Hall, Blue Jasmine and Vicky Christina Barcelona. “My guess is that [Amazon Studios’ VP] Roy Price will regret this.”The series has received a full season order, which separates it from most other original Amazon series in that they are usually put through an online pilot process that takes into account customer feedback.The show will debut concurrently in the US, UK and Germany at an unspecified date.“Woody Allen is a visionary creator who has made some of the greatest films of all-time, and it’s an honour to be working with him on his first television series,” said Price.“From Annie Hall to Blue Jasmine, Woody has been at the creative forefront of American cinema and we couldn’t be more excited to premiere his first TV series exclusively on Prime Instant Video next year.”Amazon Studios counts series such as Mozart in the Jungle and Golden Globe-winning Transparent among its biggest TV efforts to date.last_img read more

Tim Davie Profit and revenue have declined at BBC

first_imgTim DavieProfit and revenue have declined at BBC Worldwide in the wake of the sale of a chunk of the BBC America cable channel.The absence of a chunk of revenue from BBC America, 49.9% of which was sold to AMC for US$200 million (€180 million) earlier this year, caused the year-on-year revenue and profit reverses the commercial arm of the BBC said this morning.Headline 2014/15 revenues of £1 billion (€1.4 billion) were down 3.9% and headline profit decreased 11.9%, taking the annual total to £138.6 million. Worldwide said the declines were caused by the absence of BBC America revenues for most of the second half of the year.Comparing like for like revenues across its ongoing operations, it said there was a 0.4% increase in the £948 million recorded, and a 4.1% hike in profit of £127.1 million. Digital sales, advertising revenue across its channels and the contribution of UKTV were cited as key drivers.BBC Worldwide CEO Tim Davie said the AMC-BBC America deal “significantly enhanced future prospects for our BBC America channel, while also enabling us to boost shareholder returns for the year”.The proceeds of the AMC deal helped Worldwide generate a record amount of cash for the BBC, with an annual increase of 30.3%, taking the return to the Corporation to £226.5 million. Worldwide also contributed a greater amount in commissioning spend, becoming a production or distribution partner on various BBC shows, and in turn funding, or deficit-funding, a chunk of their budget.Reacting to the 2014/15 annual report, which was published today, BBC director general Tony Hall (pictured left, above) said it was a year of “positive progress at BBC Worldwide” against a “backdrop of market transformation that presented some challenges”.Hailing Worldwide the most successful commercial arm of any pubcaster in the world, he added that the Corporation wants it to return a cumulative £1 billion across the next five years.“Although commercial returns are a small part of the BBC’s funding mix, we are nonetheless determined to maximise their impact,” Hall said. “Therefore, looking ahead to the next phase of the BBC’s development, and a new charter period, it is the board’s aim to sustain annual financial returns at around this new level, even without the one-off benefit of BBC America proceeds.“We are therefore looking to BBC Worldwide to generate around £1 billion in returns for the Corporation in the five years starting from 2014/15 – an increase of almost one quarter on the previous half-decade.”Tim Davie (right) said that the business had “taken steps to drive innovation and underpin the sustainability” in the 2014/15 reporting period including investing in indies and relaunching its channel offering. “This is essential work in the context of a global media market undergoing structural and systemic changes, some of which constrain our trading and outlook in certain areas,” he said.In its last report, Worldwide reported a downturn in US sales. In its latest annual update said digital sales eclipsed linear for the first time in North America. Overall regional sales were £299.9 million compared to £342.5 million a year earlier. Profit was £32.9 million against £44.3 million across the same period.In the UK, headline 2014/2015 sales were £361.8 million compared with £362.2 million a year earlier and profit was £52.7 million against £56.2 million.There was growth in terms of Worldwide’s Australia and New Zealand business with 2014/15 revenues of £81.9 million compared to £76 million in 2013/14. Profit was £16.3 million against £13.3 million a year earlier.last_img read more

Sky in Germany is to follow the example of Skys U

first_imgSky in Germany is to follow the example of Sky’s UK pay TV operation by launching a pop-up channel devoted to James Bond movies.The channel, Sky 007 HD, will air from October 5 until December 6 and will air all the James bond movies to which Sky has the rights.The marketing campaign for the channel’s run kicked off ahead with a red carpet event at the Hamburg Hotel Atlantic Kempinski, used as a location in the movie Tomorrow Never Dies, featuring guest appearances by Germany’s only ‘Bond girl’ Karin Dor (You Only Live Twice), skier Willy Bogner, who served as cameraman and stuntman in a number of Bond films, and German Bond villains Götz Otto (Tomorrow Never Dies), Claude-Oliver Rudolph (The World Is Not Enough), Michael Pink (Skyfall) and Detlef Bothe who will appear in forthcoming movie Spectre.last_img read more

US broadband households that own a streaming media

first_imgUS broadband households that own a streaming media device watch more video on TV on average than homes without one of these devices, according to Parks Associates.The research firm claims that US streaming device households watch an average of 22 hours of video on TV sets per week, compared to 18 hours per-week for homes with no such device.Streaming device homes watch six hours per week of internet video on the TV, compared to three hours among non-owners, but only eight hours of broadcast TV compared to 10 hours for households without a streaming media device, according to Parks.“Adoption of streaming devices, combined with an increasing supply of OTT options, has altered the video environment, demanding new business models in advertising, content creation, and video subscriptions,” said Brett Sappington, director, research, Parks Associates.last_img read more

Patricia Hidalgo Turner is launching kids channel

first_imgPatricia HidalgoTurner is launching kids channel Boomerang in Turkey on the D-Smart satellite service and Tivibù IPTV platform.The channel, which will launch on April 23, will bring animated shows including The Tom & Jerry Show, Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes, Inspector Gadget, Mr Bean and Garfield to Turkish viewers. Boomerang’s Turkish debut will see the channel joining Cartoon Network in the country.Patricia Hidalgo, SVP, chief content and creative officer, kids, Turner EMEA and international kids strategy said: “The timing of this launch is significant as we continue to invest in new, original content for Boomerang and further develop the brand as our second flagship kids’ channel across the region. Turkey is a big priority market for Turner and we feel confident that, with its strong portfolio of classic animation and loveable characters, Boomerang will offer a fun, light-hearted entertainment experience for families to enjoy together.”last_img read more

WISI will present version 30 of its headend for t

first_imgWISI will present version 3.0 of its headend for the first time at ANGA COM, featuring software-based updates for its Tangram and Chameleon headend systems.The Headend 3.0 update will be available for all existing Tangram and Chameleon modules, offering a “massive performance increase” without new hardware, according to WISI.Headend 3.0 is designed to provide more processing power, higher bitrates and more IP streams, while taking up less space than before and not requiring more power.WISI said it will also release software packages for streaming, multiplexing, scrambling and other use cases, with the network operator able to pick and choose from a number of different options.WISI will exhibit at ANGA COM in hall 10.2, stand E9 and in hall 10.1, stand MS7last_img

Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries Liberty Global rema

first_imgLiberty Global CEO, Mike FriesLiberty Global remains committed to the UK market and remains confident about its long-term growth prospects despite hitting a “speed bump” that had contributed to share-price volatility recently, according to president and CEO Mike Fries.Speaking to investors at the company’s annual shareholders meeting, Fries said that after averaging 20% return on equity for the last eight years, “there has been more volatility in our share price than we’re used to and like you we do not like it”.Fries said that some of the volatility was related to the UK market. He said Virgin Media had outperformed the sector, but that it had not met expectations for various reasons.Fries said the conditions that had led to the business delivering a positive return largely continue to exist today “with the exception of Brexit, of course…and movements in inflation and consumer discretionary income”.He said that shareholders had got “a little skittish” about the UK market. He said that the business continued to grow, and this is what investors should focus on. He said that Liberty Global was a relatively heavily leverged business, which contributed to shares volatility on the downside as well as on the upside.“We are about creating value over the long term and…nothing has changed our view,” he said. He said he believed the UK remained a healthily competitive and “rational” market.“I would characterise this as a speed bump,” he said, rather than a major obstacle to growth.Answering a question on Brexit, Fries said that there had been “no direct impact as such” but that the economic indicators were moving possibly in the wrong direction to some extent, with inflation up and discretionary spending down. He said Liberty wanted to “give people more for more”, increasing prices as it improved its offering.Fries said that Virgin Media is “not hunkering down or playing defence”. He said it was investing in products and delivering higher speeds, was investing in quad-play through building a substantial mobile play, was focusing on realising efficiency and “most important, expanding our footprint” to reach an additional homes.Fries said that there had been good results through to the end of Q1 from Project Lightning, the Virgin Media network expansion project, with higher RGUs and new customers.Fries said that Liberty Global had “retooled” the project following problems that had let to the number of homes connected being overstated at the start of this year, and changed management where necessary, as well as revising the company’s go-to-market approach. He said that penetration in new build areas was meeting expectations.Fries said that Liberty Global has continued to grow in other European markets.Referring to Liberty’s plans in the Latin American and Caribbean market, where it has acquired Caribbean operator CWC, Fries said that the company had revamped CWC’s management and turned things around quickly. He said he was still hopeful that the overall Latin American business could be spun off by the end of this year. The company is currently traded via a tracking stock.Fries said that there would be considerable opportunities to grow in the Latin American and Caribbean region through acquisition, and having a separate stock market listing would enable this. He said that there would nevertheless be close cooperation between the Latin American business and Europe, particularly over things such as procurement.Answering a question on CWC, Fries said that “the business that was handed over to us” wasn’t quite as promised, and Liberty had to restate some of its accounts. “It is a complicated business. We love the underlying opportunity,” he said, in a region with low broadband penetration.Fries said that Liberty had always been focused on creating long-term shareholder value, despite short-term issues.He said that Liberty was capable of innovating at a speed that would keep it ahead of the competition. He said Liberty Global was on track to continue delivering cash after 48 straight quarters of continued cash-flow growth.last_img read more

MBC Group has partnered with Fox Networks Group Mi

first_imgMBC Group has partnered with Fox Networks Group Middle East and North Africa to bring the Fox+ streaming service to its Shahid+ platform.Shahid PlusShahid+ will broaden its catalogue of Arabic films and series by adding thousands of hours of international TV content from Fox+, which offers National Geographic documentaries, Fox Lifestyle shows, Baby TV, and a range of other TV series and movies.“With the launch of Fox Plus, viewers will be spoilt for choice, with a width of quality content that they don’t get anywhere else,” said Sanjay Raina, general manager and senior vice-president of Fox Networks Group (FNG).“We are very proud of FNG’s partnership with MBC. It’s the coming together of a global content leader and the largest international network in the region with the biggest media house in the Arab world. By bringing Fox Plus onto Shahid Plus, we are offering millions of viewers across MENA the content of their choice, at a place, time and device of their choosing.”MBC Group CEO, Sam Barnett, said: “The Arabic-speaking content we present through Shahid Plus is unique and revolutionary across the region, something we have always been proud of. We’re incredibly excited to be collaborating with Fox Networks Group MENA to add thousands of hours of high-quality global content, consisting of series and award-winning National Geographic documentaries.”last_img read more

Some 25 wireless operators will launch 5G services

first_imgSome 25 wireless operators will launch 5G services in 2019, a figure that will likely double by 2020, according to Deloitte.The 18th edition of Deloitte’s ‘Technology, Media and Telecommunications Predictions’ report claims that 72 operators are currently testing 5G.Deloitte also estimates that more than one million 5G handsets will be sold next year, with this figure expected to rise to 15 to 20 million units by 2020.“It won’t happen overnight, but 5G will profoundly change our interactions and experiences, which is good news for consumers as they demand better performance and more access to content,” said Kevin Westcott, vice chairman and US telecommunications, media and entertainment sector leader, Deloitte.“Higher speeds and lower latency will enable new and innovative consumer experiences in areas from augmented reality to entertainment to medicine and smart cities.”To access Deloitte’s full predictions report, click here.last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet “We know that this sort of thing is still happening but since we’ve started this page and our interactions with the community, we have noticed a big decrease.“It is no longer a daily occurrence.“We are starting to see the light.“We will continue interact daily with the community.” The people of Galliagh turned out on last Friday night to protest over spiralling anti-social behaviourTHE Galliagh Community Empowerment says its protest last week at ongoing anti-social behaviour has already led to an increase in trouble on the streets.Residents turned out last Friday night to show their opposition to ongoing incidents involving young people driving around in cars and carrying out other criminal acts.In a message on its Facebook page, the GCE group says: “It’s been a quiet week so far, we believe this is due to the engagement we’ve been having on the ground with the youth who foolishly find themselves involved in antisocial behaviour. The news has been welcomed by the people of Galliagh.Others say similar groups should be set up in the likes of the Creggan where there is ongoing problems with anti-social behaviour by young people.PROTEST OVER ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN GALLIAGH STARTING TO PAY DIVIDENDS was last modified: July 14th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: #GALLIAGH COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENTPROTEST OVER ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN GALLIAGH STARTING TO PAY DIVIDENDSlast_img read more

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first_img Cllr Mickey CooperSINN Féin Councillor Mickey Cooper has branded as “disgusting” the trail of destruction left behind at the Creggan Country Burn walk way.He said: “I was contacted by a local resident who would use the park on a daily basis and its the first time they have seen anything on this scale.“The contents of the bins were strewn across the walkways with broken class and rubbish everywhere.“A newly installed dog waste bin was ripped from its fixtures , with its contents all over the place.“I have been in contact with the council to try and get the area cleaned up and repairs carried out as soon as possible due to health concerns particularly with the dog waste bin. ShareTweet “It’s disgusting that anyone would do this sort of thing to a public amenity, which the people of the greater Rosemount area have been waiting on for years.”VANDALS CAUSE TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION AT CREGGAN COUNTRY BURN was last modified: December 5th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags:center_img COUNCILLOR MICKEY COOPERROSEMOUNT AREASinn FeinVANDALS CAUSE TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION AT CREGGAN COUNTRY BURNlast_img read more

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first_imgIf you have any information regarding this incident, contact the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department at 304-574-3590, or through our Facebook page “Fayette County Sheriff’s Department,” or you can contact Crime Stoppers of West Virginia at 304-255-STOP. This incident remains under investigation by Deputy M.A. Sifers of the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department. Google+ CrimeWatch NewsFeaturedNewsWatch Fayette County Man Arrested For Attacking His Mother By Daniella HankeyMay 03, 2018, 09:46 am 897 0 Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a residence in Meadow Bridge to a call of a man attacking his elderly mother. While enroute, Deputies were updated that a family member was restraining the male party to prevent him from causing further injury. Linkedin Previous PostWVDOH Announces Lockbridge Road Closed Pinterest Twitter Tumblr MEADOW BRIDGE, WV (WOAY)- A Fayette County man has been arrested after attacking his elderly mother.center_img Fox was charged with the felony offense of Unlawful Assault, and Domestic Battery. He was transported to the Southern Regional Jail to await arraignment. Facebook Home NewsWatch CrimeWatch News Fayette County Man Arrested For Attacking His Mother Mail Upon the Deputies arrival, they found family members restraining the subject outside the home using a belt and rope. The subject was then secured by the officers. They found that the 70 year old victim was struck in the face with a dinner plate by the suspect, her son Hubert Lee Fox (49 of Meadow Bridge). He also allegedly shoved her down, and also tackled her in the yard until finally being restrained by family members. The victim sustained cuts, scrapes and a busted nose. She was screened by EMS, but refused transport to the hospital. Next PostProtecting Yourself From Bug Bites This Summer Daniella Hankey Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Websitelast_img read more