Car crashes into Windsor home

first_imgTroopers say they interviewed the driver and detected the odor of alcohol. The driver, Madisyn Colsten, age 19 of Binghamton, was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated. Officials say the occupant of the house was not injured and the driver and passenger of the vehicle were not injured. Colsten was processed and issued court appearance tickets to the Town of Windsor. Troopers say a Pontiac G6 had driven partially into a residence at 211 Dunbar Rd.center_img WINDSOR (WBNG) — New York State Troopers responded to a report of a vehicle that had crashed into a house early Saturday morning. She was then turned over to a sober third party.last_img

COVID-19 clusters emerge at Islamic boarding schools in Jakarta, Java

first_img“The institute has yet to inform me of anything. I don’t even know in which tower my child is staying,” said one of the parents who was not identified.It was previously reported that a student staying in the school’s dormitory had contracted COVID-19. The school has continued to hold in-person classes, despite the reimposition of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta since Sept. 14.Number of COVID-19 clusters at Islamic boarding schools. (JP/Swi)Meanwhile, in Yogyakarta, more than 100 students from two pesantren in Ngaglik and Prambanan have also contracted COVID-19.  “There are an additional 38 students [from Ngaglik],” said Sleman Health Agency Head Joko Hastaryo over the weekend. Initially, 41 COVID-19 cases were reported at a pesantren in Ngaglik. After the students’ contacts were traced, an additional 14 students were added to the figure, prior to the announcement of another 38 new cases. In total, the Ngaglik pesantren has recorded 93 COVID-19 cases, kompas.com reported.Meanwhile, another pesantren in Prambanan reported one confirmed COVID-19 case and after tracing, an additional 10 were added to the list. In total, 104 COVID-19 cases have been recorded from the two pesantren.Read also: All COVID-19 patients in W. Java military academy have recovered: TNIA large number of COVID-19 cases were also detected at a pesantren in Banyumas, Central Java.“We have gathered and tested 631 samples, 328 of which come out positive,” Banyumas administration secretary Wahyu Budi Saptono said as reported by Antara newswire.The COVID-19 patients who showed symptoms were treated at Prof. DR, Margono Soekarjo Purwanegara Regional Hospital, while asymptomatic patients were transported to a quarantine facility in Baturaden.Aside from the boarding school in Purwanegara, another pesantren in Karanggintung village in Sumbang district of Banyumas reported that 11 of its students had also contracted COVID-19.Separately, Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo said that collaboration between the government, clerics and school managements was necessary to contain COVID-19 infection clusters at pesantren.“All stakeholders from clerics to school management and the government must work together to set health protocols at boarding schools,” he said as quoted by tempo.co. Ganjar said virus mitigation measures must be implemented at boarding schools immediately, given the high risk of infection.Central Java Deputy Governor Taj Yasin Maimoen also promoted Gerakan Jogo Santri, a movement to protect Islamic school students.Taj Yasin, also known as Gus Yasin, asked school managements not to send students back home.Read also: Schools could become new clusters of COVID-19 transmission: Indonesian Red Cross“It is feared they may spread the virus in their neighborhoods,” he said.Central Java has recorded COVID-19 infection clusters at several pesantren, including in Batang, Kendal, Kebumen and Banyumas.On Tuesday, Central Java recorded additional 721 confirmed COVID-19 cases, adding to the total tally of 24,165, with an additional 11 fatalities taking the death toll to 2,046.The Health Ministry announced 4,056 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 311,176. According to data released by the ministry on Tuesday, 121 more people have died of the disease, bringing the death toll to 11,374. (iwa)Editor’s note: This article is part of a public campaign by the COVID-19 task force (Satgas COVID-19) to raise awareness about the pandemic.Topics : A number of COVID-19 clusters have emerged at pesantren (Islamic boarding schools) in Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Central Java.As many as 200 students of the Quranic Studies Institute (PTIQ) in Cilandak, South Jakarta, have tested positive for COVID-19.The students were transported by bus to isolation facilities at the Kemayoran athletes village and Pademangan Tower in Central Jakarta, without notifying their parents, wartakota.tribunnews.com reported on Monday.center_img #covid19taskforce #mothermessage #wearmask #keepyourdistance #washyourhand #socialdistance #avoidcrowd #usesoaplast_img read more

William K. Wight, 76, Brookville

first_imgWilliam Kenneth Wight, age 76, of Brookville, Indiana and formerly of Charlotte, Michigan died Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at Mercy West Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.Born May 4, 1943 in Lansing, Michigan he was the son of the late William & Bessie (Hammond) Wight.  On April 10, 2010 he was united in marriage to Jan (Montag) Day, and she survives.He was a member of Creekside Church in Brookville, and the Kiwanis Club of Brookville.In addition to Jan, his wife of 10 years, survivors include two daughters, Penny Combs of Haines City, Florida and Lisa Peterson of North Webster, Indiana; four step-children, William Day of Cincinnati, Ohio, Christopher Day of Middletown, Ohio, Stefanie Day of Columbus, Ohio and Robin Day of Oldenburg, Indiana; ten beloved grandchildren; as well as a sister, Evelyn Janos of Port Charlotte, Florida.There will be no public services.Memorial Contributions may be directed to New Mercies Community Services, P.O. Box 375, Brookville, Indiana.The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to serve the family of William Wight, everyone is encouraged to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences to the family via www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

Brewers’ Christian Yelich’s home run in 4th straight game ties record

first_imgChristian Yelich joined elite company after hitting a home run in each of his team’s first four games to start the season.With a homer in during the Brewers’ game Sunday against the Cardinals, Yelich became just the sixth MLB player to hit a home run in each of his team’s first four games. MORE: Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN He joins the likes of Trevor Story (2016), Chris Davis (2013), Nelson Cruz (2011), Mark McGwire (1998), and Willie Mays (1971), according to Yahoo Sports.The average exit velocity of @ChristianYelich’s 4 home runs is 106.1. Guess you could say he’s off to a fast start. #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/VMiTMeF7Nl— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 31, 2019Christian Yelich’s teammates are sick & tired of him hitting homers. 😂 pic.twitter.com/J6RGJh5hSf— Cut4 (@Cut4) March 31, 2019Yelich’s homer gave Milwaukee a quick 1-0 lead over the Cardinals in the first inning.Yelich has a chance to extend his streak Monday when Milwaukee faces the Reds, and if he does, he will become the only player in MLB history to have homered in each of his club’s first five games.last_img read more