Caltrain struck trespasser in San Jose San Francisco
Caltrain struck trespasser in San Jose
An individual intruding on train tracks in San Jose was hit by the Caltrain Saturday morning. The individual was struck only south of the Capitol Station in San Jose.
The train was travelling south toward Gilroy, the office said.
There were no travellers on board when the accident happened and the office doesn't anticipate any deferrals.
The individual hit by the train has not been distinguished and it's hazy why they were on the tracks.
Tweet by Caltrain: “Locomotive JPBX909 has fatally struck an individual who was trespassing on the tracks just south of Capitol Station in San Jose. No passengers on board as the train was deadheading south toward Gilroy. No service delays expected.”
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Important COVID-19 updates of New York
The city's health department has released a map that shows the distribution of the corona cases, with the darker shades of purple indicating more number of cases per capita and lighter shades indicating less.
According to the health department of NY, most cases per capita are in the northeastern sections of the Bronx, western Queens and Canarsie. It is observed that the wealthier regions were less impacted as
compared to the poorer ones that are suffering largely and make the most of darker purple regions.
Billdeblaiso, the city mayor said "it looks like it's going to be early June to mid-June before we can be ready to open up anything". he further announced his plan to put up fences to stop people from accessing city beaches," the message to people is it's not beach season, we're in a pandemic, in a global health crisis, it's not beach season like normal" said de Blasio.
Mayor de Blasio also suspended the alternative side parking for a week after it was observed that people were coming out every other day to park their vehicles in the opposite lane to avoid fine.
In an update regarding how well the people of new york are adhering to rules, it was observed that over the weekend's handful of bars and restaurants opened and patron seven gathered outside, many without a mask and closer than the 6 feet distance.
Love Not Fear Fund to support grassroots organisations
Love Not Fear Fund was established by the Latino Community Foundation to support California's underprivileged communities by providing financial aid.
Undocumented workers, farmworkers and many Latino families have benefited from this
organisation as they struggle to earn for basic needs.
This organisation has now come forward to support grassroots organisations and has organized
with state and national partners to call on the Governor, State and Federal lawmakers to ensure
Dalia Dippolito's attorney tries to get her one more trial
Dalia Dippolito's defence attorney says her client is totally different person from what people
assume and has been called by various names.
Brian Claypool said, "Dalia is the most misunderstood woman in the United States, the
The perception that people have in the world about Dalia does not equate with the Dalia that I know."
Dippolito's case has been a hot topic in Florida for quite some time now after her being accused
of the murder of her ex-husband.
Three trials and two convictions later she is held at the Lowell Correctional Facility in Marion
Claypool has taken up Dippolito's case after the first trial and has said that her team is
determined to give one last try to get her a new trial.
"She was never a career criminal. In fact, Dalia Dippolito didn't even have a criminal record when
this all went down," Claypool said. "Dalia is resilient. She has not given up hope for getting a new
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Nurse from North Illinois regrets not wearing a mask as she visits a bar
Katie Koutsky, a nurse from North Illinois who works for Advocate Aurora Health System said
she regrets not taking enough precautions when she visited her sister to help her reopen her
suburban Milwaukee bar.
Koutsky said, "First, while my priority was to support my sister and her attempt to restart her
A business which has been devastated by this pandemic, I'd like to express my regret for not
wearing a mask or practising social distancing while there, It was a lapse in judgment on my part
to not ensure I had my mask prior to leaving my house and do not maintain social distancing -
even during the interview requested by the reporter."
"As a nurse, I understand the fear and uncertainty everyone is facing and how important it is to
practice safety measures not only at sites of care but while away from work. I let my guard
down and apologize for making anyone feel uncomfortable or at risk," she said.
She stated that as a precaution she is going to self-quarantine herself for a week and will
undergo screening tests before she returns to work.
Advocate Aurora Health said that they are disappointed in Koutsky's decision not to wear a
mask in a bar, the chief nurse of the institute said, "We've also been doing a lot of education
actually with our team members for what they can do to be safe once they leave our hospital
American Legion Post 291 serves low-cost food for veterans
American Legion Post 291 has switched its foodservice operation into a drive-thru restaurant
and has been helping military veterans families and the community by offering low-cost meals.
Jon Reynolds, commander of Newport Harbor Post 291, "We're learning a lot of new things,
because we've never done this before."
"We have had people that actually come and they don't have enough money for a meal and us
still, feed them," said Ulises Dominguez, kitchen manager and chef of Post 291.
American Legion posts, one of the largest in the country, has set out with clear intentions to feed
as many veterans as they can in Orange County.
"It means everything. It's like a home away from home and I appreciate everything the American
Legion is doing," said Vietnam veteran Ken Burch, who has been a member with the Post for
more than 30 years.
Bears got into a rental cabin and were taken out by police
In a rental cabin in Gatlinburg, two friends got unexpected visitors as black bears during their vacations this weekend.
Michelle Eberhart had come with her husband and some friends to Gatlinburg to have some fun on the weekend. Friday, when all the men were busy playing golf outside the cabin, Michelle and her friends noticed a black bear standing at the back of a closed door.
The black bear broke into the cabin very quickly, and the women fled to bedrooms to be safe.
Adding to the problem, came three more bears around the porch.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency knows a lot about East Tennessee animals like black bears, and according to them, the bears are coming out of their hibernation, and this is not their typical behavior.
The police were called, and as police came, the bear was taken out of the cabin and also the other three bears on the porch. But bears took some souvenirs with them.
"They got 5 pounds of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and a pound of M&M's and two pounds of Sour Patch Kids and two bags of potato chips, two beers and two Diet Cokes and about 20 Zyrtecs," Eberhart said.
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Motorcycle-Car accident, Motorcyclist dead
A man passed away after an accident, including a vehicle and a bike. It occurred on Saturday, close to downtown Columbus.
Police say around 6:35 p.m., a 2011 Chevrolet Malibu was voyaging south on St. Clair Avenue and was taking a left onto Atcheson Street. Simultaneously, a 1998 Honda CB250/Nighthawk was additionally travelling south on St. Clair Avenue and attempted to pass the Malibu.
Authorities state the bike slammed into the Malibu. The driver of the cruiser, 41-year-old Raashawn Reynolds, was tossed from the bike. Police say he was taken to OSU East and was articulated dead at 7:33 p.m.
According to police reports, an 18-year-old lady driving the Malibu, and her mom, who was additionally inside the vehicle, did not do any harm
An examination concerning the accident is progressing.
HEAVIEST RAIN RECORDED IN THE CHICAGO
Almost 2 weeks left in May, Chicago set the mark on Tues for series of intense rainfall events, claiming the rainiest May in the history.
Chicago's O'Hare International Airport recorded 8.3 inches of rain, rendering it the heaviest rain in May since 1950s record-keeping, according to reports from the NWS.
In 2019, 8.25 inches whereas in 2018 there are 8.2 inches of rain recorded. There prediction of mild-moderate flooding in the area because of heavy rains.
Stabbing in East Columbus, the suspect fled
Police officers are searching for a suspect in a homicide that occurred in east Columbus in April of 2019.
A news discharge expresses that on April 22, 2019, 29-year-old Kyle Stewart and his girlfriend were inside the Shop N Go Market, situated at 3951 East Livingston Avenue.
Police said when both came out of the store, a man hit Stewart's girlfriend.
As per police, Stewart at that point defied the man.
Authorities stated the man at that point thrust a knife in Stewart's chest and fled.
Emergency workers reacted to the scene and took Stewart to Grant Medical Center, where he kicked the bucket the next day.
Police do know the rationale in the assault.
Specialists state the suspect is an African-American male. At the hour of the occurrence, he was wearing a cap, shades and a red or orange coat.
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