WSYR – St. Joseph’s Hospital will be sending all ambulance calls to other hospitals through at least noon on Tuesday due to a sewer back-up. The Emergency Department is still accepting walk-in patients.
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Hamburg Port Authority has just released this amazing dredging video named “Keep the Port on Depth” – XXL dredging ship in use.The video will give you an invaluable insight into the role of Jan De Nul’s trailing suction hopper dredger “Bartolomeu Dias” in keeping the Port of Hamburg regularly dredged and maintained.This TSHD has a hopper capacity of 14,000 m³, deadweight of 22,500 tonnes, length overall of 147.8 m, breadth of 30.0 m, draught loaded of 10.00 m, and maximum dredging depth of 52 m.“For the around 10,000 seagoing vessels annually calling at the Port of Hamburg, reliable water depths throughout the year are essential for handling shipping traffic in the port and on the Elbe properly,” said Ingo Egloff, CEO of Port of Hamburg Marketing.Schleswig-Holstein recently granted Hamburg permission to continue to deposit dredged material near Buoy E3 in the North Sea.The new permission substantially increases the scope for action to continuously keep the water level deep in the Port of Hamburg.[mappress mapid=”22723″]
Related TopicsBrownsJay MohrJohnny Manziel Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Fox Sports Radio’s Jay Mohr (You may remember him from Jerry Maguire and Saturday Night Live), went on a rant yesterday on his show on Fox Sports, declaring that Browns QB Johnny Manziel is a drunk. Mohr was on record being in Manziel’s corner earlier this year post-rehab, but like many fans appears to have had enough. Take a listen to what Mohr had to say. Matt Loede
Inter Milan coach, Antonio Conte, said he believed that Serie A was becoming more competitive even though Juventus are poised to win it for the ninth season in a row.“Without a doubt, Serie A has become a more competitive league: one need only look at the numbers of the other teams.“It’ll keep getting tougher, and the level of competition has really stepped up.“Juventus are still the best, and if you want to improve, you have to look at the best.” Inter are trying to improve, our target is to be in the Champions League every year and become more competitive, so we can try to win the Serie A title,” Conte told reporters.He also said that second-placed Inter, already guaranteed a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League, had progressed this season, their first under his leadership, in spite faltering in crucial matches.He remembered that in the last two seasons, Inter had only qualified for the Champions League in their final match.“One of the key things to point out is that we’ve been in the top four from start to finish. It’s where a club like Inter belongs.“It’s great that we’ve achieved this because it was one of the club’s main requests: to improve our results in comparison to previous seasons and to steady the ship so that things aren’t so hectic at the end of the season” Conte saidInter, who host Fiorentina on Wednesday, are eight points behind Juventus with four matches left to play but Conte said he would rest some players, suggesting he had lost hope of catching the Turin side.
As social distancing restrictions began to lift and with several Bristol Bears fans within the lodge, several of its members were very keen to meet 21-year-old Beckie outside Ashton Gate and present her with the chequeHaving undertaken a five-day challenge, wheeling one mile per day in her self-propelled wheelchair on the Strawberry Line gravel path, Beckie was close to her grand fundraising total of £2,500 having initially set out to raise £1000 to give herself a fighting chance.“I am so overwhelmed by the support and generosity of everyone who has helped me to reach my goal,” said Beckie.“I never would have imagined how much people would get behind me – I feel very lucky and am now really excited about my future.”With multiple physical disabilities connected to a difficult mental-health journey in her teenage years, Beckie has been a wheelchair user since the age of 17 – but has found a true passion and inspiration in wheelchair rugby in the last 12 months.See Beckie’s Story here.As the Bristol community, Bears supporter base and wider Bristol Sport network got behind the campaign to #BackBeckie, the men of the Sportsmen’s Lodge, in the Province of Bristol came forward to show their support for Beckie.“Having supported the work of the wider group of charities based at Ashton Gate, including Bristol Sport Foundation and The Matthew Tree Trust, we became aware of Beckie’s challenge and her desire to change her own sporting future,” said Arthur Grannan, Worshipful Master of the Sportsmen’s Lodge.“As a Sportsmen’s Lodge we feel it is important that we support local sporting charities and individuals. To hear Beckie’s story and to see her determination really spurred us into action. She is a remarkable young person, with such a supportive family. We are really pleased to be able to give her the support that she needs to be able to pursue her dreams.”To find out more about the #Backbeckie campaign, supporting or joining Wheelchair Rugby contact Kris Tavender [email protected]
HBO/Justin M. Lubin(NEW YORK) — While promoting the return of his beloved show Arrested Development, the fifth season of which hits Netflix next week, ABC Radio asked Tony Hale about his other show, HBO’s Veep, and the awaited return of his fellow Emmy-winning star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Last September, Louis-Dreyfus revealed she’d been diagnosed with breast cancer and would be undergoing treatment. She’s bouncing back, Hale says.“Julia’s doing great. She’s getting stronger and stronger, so we’ll … be ready [to start shooting] by the end of the summer,” the actor shared. “You know, she’s amazing,” he added. “She’s amazing.” In a post to fans earlier this year, the actress noted she’d finished chemotherapy and surgery to fight the disease.“Hoorah! Great doctors, great results, feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery,” she captioned the shot. “Hey cancer, ‘F*** you!’”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related