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Authorities rescue dozens trapped by fast-moving wildfire in Northern California

first_imgToa55/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News(FRESNO, Calif.) — Authorities have rescued dozens of people near a reservoir in California who became trapped by a fast-moving wildfire in a national forest.Local fire departments and law enforcement agencies from Fresno and Madera counties are conducting the massive rescue operation in the Mammoth Pool Reservoir area of the Sierra National Forest, with help from the National Guard. Military helicopters have been airlifting people to safety, including many who had to be taken to local hospitals for treatment, according to a report by Fresno ABC station KFSN-TV.As of early Sunday morning, 163 people had been rescued and at least 20 were transported to the hospital for injuries, including critical burns, officials told KFSN.The operation was ongoing but it was unclear how many more people would need to be flown to safety.Earlier, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post Saturday that approximately 150 people were trapped within the Mammoth Pool Campground, where they were sheltering-in-place at the boat launch. At the time, there were 10 people who had reported injuries.Mandatory evacuation orders had been issued for the area, including campgrounds, but there was no safe evacuation route, according to KFSN.Since igniting in the Sierra National Forest on Friday evening, the so-called Creek Fire has exploded to 36,000 acres as a brutal heat wave pushed temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit in many parts of the state. Some 450 firefighters are battling the ferocious blaze, none of which was contained as of early Sunday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.The cause of the wildfire remains under investigation.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Malaysian developers launch new $650 million waterfront community on Gold Coast

first_imgThe Malaysian developers have timed the launch of their flagship Australian project to meet increased demand for land on the Gold Coast.“SDSC has timed the first release of land to coincide with a resurgence in the Gold Coast market, which has been exhibiting a strong and consistent performance for some time,” Mr Hymus said.“We’ve seen solid demand for land in the city’s northern corridor over the past couple of years, particularly in areas such as Coomera and Pimpama.“However, there has been nothing like Serenity Cove come to the market in a very long time, especially in such a central location. Developers have described the new masterplanned community as a haven for boaties.TWO OF Malaysia’s largest developers have launched a $650 million masterplanned community on the northern Gold Coast.Serenity Cove is being developed by SDSC, a joint-venture partnership between Sime Darby and Brunsfield International Group.SDSC, which has owned the Helensvale site for eight years, has timed the launch of its flagship Australian project to meet increased demand for land on the Gold Coast. Serenity Cove, which is being marketed by Colliers International, will include luxury homes, apartments, a marine hub, shops and a dining precinct. Colliers International national director of residential project marketing, Tony Hymus, said Gold Coast land – “particularly waterfront lots of this calibre” – was in short supply. Colliers International national director of residential project marketing, Tony Hymus, says the developers have already completed site works and buyers can begin building immediately. Picture: Richard Gosling.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“Hope Island has finally come of age and the market is increasingly recognising the amenity of the area, including extensive waterways, luxury resorts and championship golf courses.“Proximity to Brisbane is also proving a bonus. We had one interstate buyer arrive at Brisbane Airport at 9.30am and was on-site at 10.15am.”Mr Hymus said all lots were complete and buyers would be able to start building immediately.Serenity Cove, which borders Oyster Cove and Hope Island Resort, is considered the final piece of the Hope Island masterplan.Designed as a haven for boaties, there will be full marine amenities and direct access to the Broadwater via Coombabah Creek. A newly completed $5 million lock offers direct ocean access from Lake Serenity.center_img The project will include a retail and dining precinct.The first residential release comprises a mix of 48 waterfront lots along Saltwater Creek and Lake Serenity, some with marina berths. Blocks range from 630sq m to 1517sq m with prices starting at $529,000.Project manager Mark Mehr said the launch had been supported by strong buyer interest for land and a rising scarcity of prime waterfront lots.“This is the last development of its kind at Hope Island, and we’re being inundated with inquires from people nationwide,” Mr Mehr said. “We are expecting a good response from buyers as we release the first stage of this waterfront community. It offers a range of designs to suit a variety of lifestyles.” More than a third of the Serenity Cove site, or about 27ha, is dedicated as a nature reserve while a further 10ha will become parkland and 19ha will be developed.“We will deliver a quality project through commitment, creativity, and a holistic approach to building that is significantly minimising our impact on the environment,” Mr Mehr said. Development is expected to start on the commercial village and town homes once the first stage nears completion.last_img read more

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Michigan Priest Shooting Holy Water from Squirt Gun Goes Viral

first_imgA Roman Catholic priest in the Detroit area has taken aim at his parishioners in a bid to maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, using a squirt gun to shoot holy water. He wore a mask, face shield and rubber gloves as further precautions against spreading the coronavirus.Photos of Reverend Timothy Pelc shooting holy water into car window at Easter have gone viral and are sparking online memes. The photos of the priest at the church in Grosse Pointe Park were taken at Easter but have recently gone viral and have inspired memes online. One shows the 70-year-old priest amid the fires of hell directing the squirt gun at devil-like figures.The priest said he was concerned about what the Vatican would think of his holy trigger finger, but so far, the Pope has been mum.Pelc says he needed to find a way to continue a tradition of blessing Easter baskets despite the pandemic. One photo shows Pelc standing behind a car with its hatchback door up, shooting water at a basket of flowers. He said he has a “pretty wacky mind and pretty accepting congregation”.Despite the humor, the church does take the pandemic seriously, Pelc said. Parishioners have tied blue ribbons on trees at the church for each person who has died of Covid-19 in Michigan. That number is now approaching 5,000.last_img read more

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Talented teenagers selected for England U16 squads

first_img Almost 150 talented teenagers have been selected for England Golf’s U16 regional boys’ and girls’ coaching squads. They include Surrey’s Martha Lewis, the runner-up at the English U13 girls’ championship, (image © Leaderboard Photography); Warwickshire’s Tom Charley, the runner-up in the English boys’ U14 championship; and Northumberland’s Matty Lamb, who won the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. The squads, which cover 10 regions, are the first rung on the ladder of England Golf’s national coaching structure. The players will train over the winter months with a mix of group coaching, matches and one-to-one sessions with their coaches. “We aim to give our talented young players the best golf development experience available,” commented Nigel Edwards, England Golf’s Performance Director. “In return, we expect the players to commit themselves to a programme of golf coaching and physical training that will set them up for life.” The players selected for the squads are: North Girls, coached by JJ Vallely Briony Bayles (Bishop Auckland, Durham) Aimee Goodlad (Castle Eden, Durham) Jessica Hall (Bishop Auckland, Durham) Kitana Hollins (Ramside, Durham) Niamh Lendrum (Parklands, Northumberland) Natasha Slater (Furness, Cumbria) Alexandra Stevenson (Beamish Park, Durham) Caitlin Whitehead (Kendal, Cumbria) Boys, coached by Kendal McWade Jack Ainscough (Castle Eden, Durham) Benjamin Bailey (Wynyard, Durham) Matty Lamb (Hexham, Northumberland) Ryan Lamb (Boldon, Durham) William Skipp (Eaglescliffe, Durham) Nicholas Sowerby (Appleby, Cumbria) Cameron Wallace (Seaton Carew, Durham) James Wilson (Close House, Northumberland) The North strength and conditioning coach is Teleri Hamilton. North West Girls, coached by Steve Astle. Louisa Brunt (Ashton-Under-Lyme, Lancashire) Ana Dawson (Peel, Isle of Man) Lauren Green (West Lancashire, Lancashire) Freya Johnson (Royal Liverpool, Cheshire) Lucy Jamieson (Heswall, Cheshire), Isobel Wardle (Prestbury, Cheshire) Boys, coached by Pete Barber Joseph Bannan (Manchester, Lancashire) Callum Blinkhorn (Southport & Ainsdale, Lancashire) Joshua Curtis (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, Cheshire) Max Conway (Formby, Lancashire) Rhys Nevin-Wharton (Sandiway, Cheshire) Michael Sumner (Formby, Lancashire) The North West strength and conditioning coach is Nick Jones. Yorkshire Girls, coached by Andy Nicholson Kirsty Beckwith (Alwoodley) Megan Clarke (Cleckheaton & District) Milly Eaton (Skipton) Olivia Hamilton (Cleckheaton & District) Georgia Holden (Lightcliffe) Abigail Smee (Ganstead Park) Jessica Smee (Ganstead Park) Jessica Stephenson (Middlesbrough) Boys, coached by Steve Robinson Aaron Nairn (Rotherham) Tom North (Howley Hall) Ryan Hampton (Rotherham) George Heath (Wakefield) Charlie Daughtrey (Rotherham) William Eardley (Pannal) Kealan Lowe (Wheatley) James Swash (Middlesbrough) The Yorkshire strength and conditioning coach is Brendan Chaplin. East Midlands Girls, coached by John Mellor Ellie Darnell (Wellingborough, Northants) Jade Guest (Gog Magog, Cambs & Hunts) Billie-Jo Smith (Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire) Emily Smith (Royston, Hertfordshire) Lois Williamson (Boston, Lincolnshire) Boys, coached by Lysa Jones Jake Benson (Beeston Fields, Nottinghamshire) Corby Cartwright (Cosby, Leicestershire & Rutland) Oliver Drew (Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire) Callum Farr (Priors Hall, Northamptonshire) Benjamin Jones (Brampton Heath, Northamptonshire)                                    Hugo Kedzlie (Spalding, Lincolnshire) Daniel O’Loughlin (Ruddington Grange, Nottinghamshire) Charlie Salter (Whittlebury Park, Northamptonshire) Robin Williams (Peterborough Milton, Northamptonshire) The East Midlands strength and conditioning coach is Paul Farquharson. West Midlands Girls, coached by Matt Whall Alice Brooks (Gaudet Luce, Worcestershire & Herefordshire) Sophie Johnson (Telford, Shropshire) Morgan Thomas (Beau Desert, Staffordshire) Lucy Walton, The Worcestershire, Worcestershire & Herefordshire) Boys, coached by David Brooks James Bowen (Olton, Warwickshire) Ryan Chadwick (Trentham, Staffordshire) Alex Chapman (Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffordshire) Tom Charley (Stoneleigh Deer Park, Warwickshire) William Enefer (The Wrekin, Shropshire & Herefordshire) Luke Northwood (Kenilworth, Warwickshire) The West Midlands strength and conditioning coach is Ben Langdown. East Girls, coached by Roly Hitchcock Eloise Aldous (Newton Green, Suffolk) Alice Barlow (Newton Green, Suffolk) Eleanor Brown (Barnham Broom, Norfolk) Ashley Croft (Stockbrook Manor, Essex) Chelsea-Mae Laundon (Chelmsford, Essex) Chloe Rowswell (Eaton, Norfolk) Amelia Williamson (Royal Cromer, Norfolk) Boys, coached by Chris Jenkins Toby Briggs (Dunston Hall, Norfolk) Ryan Cox (Warley Park, Essex) Jack Dyer (Rochford Hundred, Essex) Callum Hilton (The Warren, Essex) Dylan Mahmut (Romford, Essex) Lewis Whiting (Haverhill, Suffolk) The East strength and conditioning coach is Ashley Cook. Thames Valley Girls, coached by Mark Day. Gemma Allman (Stanmore, Middlesex) Megan Dennis (Woburn, Buckinghamshire) Sophie Faulkner (Whipsnade Park, Hertfordshire) Priya Pankhania (Pinner Hill, Middlesex) Daniella Ubasa (Pinner Hill, Middlesex) Hannah Screen (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire) Julia Warke (Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire) Charlotte West (Harewood Downs, Buckinghamshire) Boys, coached by Rob Watts Michael East (Castle Royal, BB&O [Berks, Bucks & Oxon]) Steven Stanhope (Frilford Heath, BB&O) John Gough (Stoke Park, BB&O) Luke Hynes (Porters Park, Hertfordshire) Joshua Taylor (Mill Green, Hertfordshire) Elliot Wills (Beaconsfield, BB&O) Khush Patel (Bush Hill Park, Middlesex) Jack Drennan (Highgate, Middlesex) Harry Goddard (Mid Herts, Hertfordshire) Danny Daniels (The Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire) The Thames Valley strength and conditioning coach is Tony Sephton. South East Girls, coached by Matt Antell Nicole Amos (Faversham, Kent) Penelope Brown (Worthing, Sussex) Sharna Dutrieux (Wrotham Heath, Kent) Cloe Frankish (Chart Hills, Kent) Mollie Lawrence (Rochester & Cobham, Kent) Ainee O’Connor (Sundridge Park, Kent) Nicola Smith (Sittingbourne, Kent) Nicole Stewart (Chart Hills, Kent) Boys, coached by Steve Orr Joshua Barley (Chart Hills, Kent) Tom Harrison (Nevill, Sussex) Charlie Hilton (Ifield, Sussex) Max Jordan (Langley Park, Kent) Tom Jordan (Langley Park, Kent) Nathan Longley (Worthing, Sussex) Tom O’Reilly (Sidcup, Kent) Samuel Stedman (Chart Hills, Kent) Charlie Strickland (Ham Manor, Sussex) Thomas Thurloway (Mannings Heath, Sussex) The South East strength and conditioning coach is Rod Goldup. South Girls, coached by Alex Saary Amber Chana (Foxhills, Surrey) Sarah-Jane Dalgliesh (Laleham, Surrey) Annabell Fuller (Roehampton, Surrey) Bethany Goater (Hockley, Hampshire) Martha Lewis (St George’s Hill, Surrey) Jemma Milton (Hankley Common, Surrey) Boys, coached by John Noble Cameron Bell (Woodcote Park, Surrey) Harvey Byers (Walton Heath, Surrey) Alfredo Curbishley (Burhill, Surrey) Tom Farrow-Smith (North Hants, Hampshire) Zac Jenkins (Wentworth, Surrey) Scott Murray (Wentworth, Surrey) Joshua Oddy (Westridge, Isle of Wight) Max O’Hagan (West Hill, Surrey) Conor  Richards (Shanklin and Sandown, Isle of Wight) The South strength and conditioning coach is Matt Bramhall. South West Girls, coached by Scott Godfrey Grace Connelly (The Vale, Worcestershire) Caitlin Evans-Brand (Yelverton, Devon) Megan Giles (St Mellion, Cornwall) Charlotte Heeps (Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire) Chloe Howard (Boringdon Park, Devon) Ebonie Lewis (Knowle, Gloucestershire) Emily Toy (Carlyon Bay, Cornwall) Boys, coached by John Jacobs Jamie Amor (Marlborough, Wiltshire) George Carroll (The Dorset, Dorset) James Cooper (Cumberwell Park, Wiltshire) Daniel Guy (Churston, Devon) Matthew Hibbs (Broome Manor, Wiltshire) Harrison Ottley-Woodd (Cotswold Hills, Gloucestershire) Joshua Phillips (The Players, Gloucestershire) Nicholas Ramshaw (Thornbury, Gloucestershire) James Robinson (Bristol & Clifton, Gloucestershire) Tom Trowbridge (Tiverton, Devon) The South West strength and conditioning coach is James Marshall. 5 Dec 2013 Talented teenagers selected for England U16 squads last_img read more

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Pattaya Sports Club, Pattaya police bring food to Koh Larn

first_imgPattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham inspects the repairs needed at the dilapidated public service point with Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station responsible for Koh Lan, explaining about the leaking roof and needed rain gutters to collect rainwater. Please Support Pattaya MailPattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham led the July 10 trip to the tourist island that has been hit hard by Pattaya’s economic slowdown. He was joined by Pol. Lt. Col. Adisorn Kongkoy and other police officers and club members.Pattaya Sports Club Association in cooperation with Pattaya Police Station donated 200 sets of survival bags to help 20 families of bed ridden patients.The group loaded their relief boat with 200 bags of goods worth about 40,000 baht total and brought them to Mai Samran Temple for distribution. It was actually the sports club’s first charity mission on Koh Larn and was spearheaded by social welfare Chairwoman Noi Emmerson who knew of the hardship island residents were facing and suggested the PSC reach out.About 150 bags were given out at the wat, with another 50 delivered to homebound elderly and sick people.Police brought the group to a community center where lunch was prepared. It became obvious to club members that the facility needed fixing, so it was added to the club’s to-do list.The PSC has allocated 100,000 baht a month to buy rice and dried food to distribute to area’s needy. Another 200,000 baht likely will be needed to repair the community center.A policeman points to an area that needs repair at the public service point. Pattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham, Noi Emerson – Chairwoman of Social Welfare, Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station, Pol.Lt. Thongin Panyanam – Sub-inspector (suppression) donate survival bags to help Koh Lan residents.The Pattaya Sports Club teamed up with Pattaya police to donate 200 bags of food and necessities to help struggling and bedridden people on Koh Larn.center_img Loading…Sponsored ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoJason Statham Bought And Sold A Multi-Million Dollar HouseFascinating Ceilings From Different Countries Promoted Contentbrainberries10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phonebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoobrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Artbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries10 Risky Jobs Some Women Dobrainberriesbrainberrieslast_img read more

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Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week: Leo

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-PetMeet Leo! He is an adorable, treat-motivated, five-year-old Yorkie-mix gentleman with rock-star hair, who weighs in at a wiry eleven pounds. Leo is looking for a calm and loving, securely-fenced, adult home (he is particular) where he can go for car rides (he loves them) and eat a grain-free diet to keep him healthy and happy. He gets along well with his foster roommate doggies and pretty much ignores the cat. Even though he is currently not a big fan of leashes, he is more than willing to be carried to the car when we need to travel. If you are looking for a great little guy like Leo, he would be interested in a meet and greet with you. Perhaps you could give him a treat and then you could take a nap together. Leo is a wonderful companion!If you have further questions or would like to schedule an appointment to meet Leo in person, please contact the adoption team at Shelton Adopt-A-Pet. Emails are the preferred method of communication.Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit the Adopt-A-Pet website, our Facebook page or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, email [email protected] or call 360-432-3091.last_img read more

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