Asleep at the wheel cause of single car accident

first_imgVersailles, IN—A sleepy driver rolled her car on U.S. 50 Monday evening near Holton resulting in injuries to a Scipio man. Cheyene Claire, of North Vernon, told police she was eastbound on U.S. 50 when she fell asleep and drove off the right side of the road causing the car to roll. Claire was able to exit the vehicle but her passenger, Robert Waltermire was taken to Margaret Mary Health then flown to University of Cincinnati Hospital.last_img

Yale executive to start as USC CFO in spring

first_imgNew money · James M. Staten will assume the position of chief financial officer for the spring of 2015. – Photo courtesy of Yale New Haven HealthJames M. Staten, the executive vice president and chief financial officer for the Yale New Haven Health System, has been hired by USC as the new CFO.Staten served as an important member for the president and CEO’s leadership team at the YNHHS for more than 15 years, according to USC News, the Los Angeles Times reported the health system operates three hospitals in Connecticut, one of which is affiliated with Yale University.Staten will replace Robert Abeles, who was appointed senior vice president, finance and chief financial officer in August 2010, after serving as an interim senior vice president and chief financial officer since January 2009. Abeles recently announced he is retiring.Staten will be reporting to President C. L. Max Nikias starting on Jan. 19. He will oversee USC’s budget and planning, Keck School of Medicine’s finances, capital construction and facilities management services, the university comptroller and information technology services.According to USC News, Staten’s past titles include executive vice president and CFO for the YNHHS, chairman of the board of Medical Center Insurance Co. and treasurer of the boards of both the YNHHS and the Yale-New Haven Hospital.While Staten was at Yale-New Haven, he developed health care strategies with his colleagues, launched a system-wide information technology and data analytics and implemented cultural integration activities. Additionally, he managed the financing that led to the opening of the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven in 2010.Prior to working at Yale New Haven, he was the senior vice president of finance at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and New York-Presbyterian Health System. He worked as the organization’s vice president of financial planning before being promoted.According to USC News, Staten also directed Ernst & Young’s NYS Revenue Cycle Consulting Services and was a partner at Pannell Kerr Fosrster. He also served as a board member of The Country School in Madison, Connecticut, and the finance committee for the Connecticut Hospital Association.Staten holds a B.A. in business and economics from the State University College of New York.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Monday, April 27, 2015

first_imgWellington Police notes for Monday, April 27, 2015•11:15 a.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1000 block W. 8th, Wellington of food items by unknown suspect(s).•12:12 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 1200 block W. 8th, Wellington.•3:20 p.m. Curt C. Hasart, 36, Wellington was served a notice to appear charged with battery and disorderly conduct.•3:40 p.m. Jami C. Byers, 36, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for expired registration, no proof of insurance and defective brake lights.•4:26 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a handicap placard in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.•7:34 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 400 block N. Olive, Wellington.•7:58 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property and possession of marijuana in the 1000 block Shady Lane, Wellington.•8:34 p.m. Derrick J. Avery, 22, Wellington was arrested and charged with criminal damage to property and possession of marijuana.•10:18 p.m. Officers investigated a violation of a protection order in the 1400 block Michigan, Wellington by a known suspect.last_img read more

Bourda Street under rehabilitation

first_imgThe Mayor and City Council (M&CC) has embarked on a new project to rehabilitate Bourda Street, which has been in an execrable state for quite some time. As such, while some vendors believe that this is a good initiative, the views of others differ.Some of the works being undertaken at Bourda StreetThe works are being done in collaboration with the Public Infrastructure Ministry.A vendor, who requested to be anonymous, revealed that due to the works being done, there has been a significant reduction of customers in that particular area as they cannot access the street. In the past days, business has been ‘slow’ and sometimes, the produce is not being sold so she incurs a loss. She believes that they should’ve been advised not to sell in the area until the rehabilitation of the street is completed.Meanwhile, a number of other merchandisers expressed their satisfaction with the new asphalt street and stalls; and have given their full cooperation until this project is completed.This, they said, will be an improvement and the market will see more customers and sales in the future, as the appearance of the area will be much better than it was before. They also think that the infestation of rodents will also be eradicated.“Excellent. I believe they’re doing an excellent job and they need to continue what they’re doing. There will be new stalls and they will be doing it in concrete so we won’t be having rats and these things no more,” Alfred Mack related.For now, the entrances to the stalls have been moved to the western pavement and vendors were asked not to use their current stalls after these works are completed.Vendors were told by M&CC Town Clerk Royston King, that new stalls will be constructed as per the M&CC’s specifications, as it relates to the dimension of each stall.As a result, taxes will also be increased on the upgraded stalls, to improve the services and facilities such as water, lightS and security being offered.last_img read more

Stefanos Tsitsipas Beats Dominic Thiem to Win ATP Finals Title

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. atpATP Finalsdominic thiemFinals Tour First Published: November 18, 2019, 7:26 AM IST London: Stefanos Tsitsipas battled back from a set down against Dominic Thiem to win the ATP Finals title on Sunday, emphatically staking his claim as the leader of the next generation of aspiring global superstars.The Greek 21-year-old, who won, 6-7 (6/8), 6-2, 7-6 (7/4) is the youngest champion since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001 and the fourth first-time champion at the season-ending event in as many years. It is Tsitsipas’s third title of the season and comes a year after he was crowned champion at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan.He has charmed the crowd at London’s O2 Arena all week and earned his place in the final with an impressive straight-sets win against six-time champion Roger Federer.”I can’t sum up my emotions right now,” said Tsitsipas. “It’s amazing to be remembered as the 2019 champion. It is a dream come true and the best way to end this match.”I did get nervous at some points in the match but I managed to forget about how I felt and I had momentum in the tie-break which was really tight.”My fighting spirit and me constantly trying to push myself to do better got me there in the end.”Defeat is a bitter disappointment for Thiem, who won five titles this year, including the Indian Wells Masters, and reached a second successive French Open final.There was little to choose between sixth-seed Tsitsipas and Austria’s world number five Thiem in the first set as a total of five break points went begging.Both players had impressed on serve during the tournament, with Tsitsipas’s figures especially striking — 44 service games won out of 47 leading into the final.In an inevitable tie-break Tsitsipas saved a set point at 5/6 but Thiem clinched his second set point with a powerful serve that the Greek returned into the net.TSITSIPAS BREAKSBut Tsitsipas regrouped and within minutes Thiem, who beat his opponent in three sets in the Beijing final last month, was under pressure, spraying a forehand wide to concede first break of the match.Tsitsipas held with ease and then produced a forehand down the line to break again, with Thiem threatening to unravel. Tsitsipas had won 12 out of 14 points in the set.Thiem, who like Tsitsipas plays with a single-handed backhand, stemmed the tide but could make little impression on his opponent’s serve and lost the set 6-2.Thiem was rocking again at the start of the deciding set. He saved two break points in the first game but looked increasingly shaky and was broken to trail 1-2.The Greek was now well on top but out of nowhere Thiem was level at 3-3 after Tsitsipas put a backhand wide.The Austrian was now playing with much more confidence, unleashing a series of blistering winners and edged ahead 5-4 after another service hold but the rest of the set went with serve.In the deciding set tie-break Tsitsipas took a 4-2 lead but was pegged back to 4/4.But on the next point Tsitsipas earned a mini-break, giving him the chance to serve out for the match and he made no mistake, closing out the biggest victory of his career.Tsitsipas has competition among his peers as the new generation attempt to dislodge Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, who have dominated the men’s game for the past 15 years.World number four Daniil Medvedev won two Masters titles this year and reached the US Open final while Alexander Zverev was in London defending the title he won last year.But Tsitsipas, who has beaten every member of the “Big Three” in 2019, will go into the new season with the belief he can take the next step towards the apex of the men’s game. last_img read more