24 injured after Delta plane skids off runway in NY

first_img Share 162 Views   no discussions InternationalLifestylePrintTravel 24 injured after Delta plane skids off runway in NY by: Associated Free Press – March 5, 2015 Share Sharing is caring!center_img Heavy snow was falling as Delta flight 1086 from Atlanta slid off the runway, up an embankment and into a fenceNEW YORK, United States(AFP) —An airliner skidded off a runway at New York’s La Guardia airport Thursday as a major winter storm battered the United States from Texas to the US east coast.Heavy snow was falling as Delta flight 1086 from Atlanta slid off the runway, up an embankment and into a fence after landing at around 11:00 am.A spokesman for New York Fire Department reported some minor injuries. Video of the scene showed passengers climbing out of the plane through an exit over a wing and trudging through thick snow.It was the most dramatic incident on a day in which a huge winter storm forced thousands of flight cancellations, and disrupted life across a broad swath of the United States.In Washington DC, government workers were ordered to stay home, schools were closed, and museums shuttered for the day as icy rain turned to heavy snow.Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York were expected to get as much as eight inches of snow, with wind chill temperatures dipping well below average in much of the region.Forecasters had warned of low visibility in New York, and some 40 percent of flights had been canceled at La Guardia before the accident there, according to flightaware.com.“We just crash landed at LGA. I’m terrified. Please,” passenger Jaime Primak tweeted from @jaimeprimak.“We have all been evacuated. Everyone is safe. Thank you for your prayers. God is good.”Delta said the 125 passengers and six crew members aboard the plane had disembarked via aircraft slides and were moved to the terminal on buses. Share Tweetlast_img read more

Syracuse to host Cornell Nov. 8

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 16, 2013 at 4:25 pm Contact Stephen: [email protected] | @Stephen_Bailey1 Syracuse will host Cornell in the Carrier Dome on Nov. 8. The game time is still undetermined.Since playing for the first time in the 1900-01 season, the Orange has competed against the Big Red more frequently than all but one other opponent.SU is 87-31 all-time against Cornell and has won the last 33 matchups. Most recently, Syracuse beat the Big Red 78-58 three seasons ago.With this addition, here’s what the Orange’s schedule looks like as of Friday:Nov. 8 vs. Cornell, TBDNov. 12 vs. Fordham, TBDNov. 18 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn, TBD (EA Sports Maui Invitational)Nov. 25 vs. Minnesota at Lahaina Civic Center, 5:30 p.m. (EA Sports Maui Invitational)Nov. 26 vs. Arkansas/California at Lahaina Civic Center, 2/7 p.m. (EA Sports Maui Invitational)Nov. 27 vs. TBD at Lahaina Civic Center, 5/10 p.m. (EA Sports Maui Invitational)Dec. 3 vs. Indiana, 7:15 p.m. (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)Dec. 15 at St. John’s at Madison Square Garden, TBDDec. 28 vs. Villanova, TBDFeb. 1 vs. Duke, 6:30 p.m.Feb. 3 vs. Notre Dame, 7 p.m.Feb. 24 at Maryland, 7 p.m.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Commentslast_img read more

19th Vivicitta Street Race Sarajevo was held this weekend

first_imgIn organisation of Sports Association of Sarajevo Canton (SASC) and sponsored by Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Culture and Sports, this weekend the 19th Vivicitta Street Race was held in Sarajevo, reports Oslobođenje.Secretary General of SASC Tarik Curić said to Oslobođenje that this race was successfully finished, and the most important thing was that it did not rain.Race started near BBI Centre, through Musala street, Obala, Vijećnica, Mula Mustafe Bašeskije and Tito’s Street until the finish line.Three rounds were run, or 12 kilometres, and everything went as smooth as possible.First three places won the awards, 300 BAM for the first, 200 BAM for the second, and 100 BAM for the third.The first woman to finish the race was Biljana Cvijanović from Doboj, second Selma Zrnić from Sarajevo and Rahima Žunić from Tuzla won the third place.The first man to finish the race was Goran Stoiljković from Belgrade, second was Velimir Vojović from Leposavić and the third place was won by Uroš Kutlešić from Užice.last_img read more


first_imgRace 3 of 11                                    Approximate post time 12:30 p.m. PTOur Silver Oak–Drayden Van Dyke–120Teacher’s Treasure–Edgar Payeras–120Takeo Squared–Rafael Bejarano–120Irish Heatwave–Assael Espinoza–122Listing–Mario Gutierrez–124Tivan–Kent Desormeaux–124Offshore Affair–Tyler Baze–124                    Special early first post time for an 11-race card on Saturday is at 11:30 a.m.  Admission gates will open at 9:30 a.m. and Early Bird Wagering will be offered in the Top ‘O Stretch area beginning at 8 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.comor call (626) 574-RACE. DESORMEAUX’S IRISH HEATWAVE TAKES ON FAMILIAR RIVALS AS HE HEADS SATURDAY’S $100,000 CALIFORNIA CUP TURF SPRINT AT 6 ½ FURLONGS DOWN SANTA ANITA’S HILLSIDE TURF RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED RUNNERSARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 22, 2019)–Trainer Keith Desormeaux’s late running Irish Heatwave will head a field of seven California-bred or sired sophomores at 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf course in Saturday’s $100,000 California Cup Turf Sprint, which is a part of the lucrative Golden State Series.Primary among his competition are Reddam Racing’s homebred Listing, Academic Farms’ homebred Teacher’s Treasure and trainer Doug O’Neill’s Takeo Squared.IRISH HEATWAVEOwner:  Calumet FarmTrainer:  Keith DesormeauxA colt by legendary late stallion Unusual Heat, he comes off a gutty nose win over Listing down the hillside turf on Jan. 1.  A half length winner of a one mile turf maiden special weight versus state-breds two starts back on Nov. 3, he bids for his third consecutive win with apprentice Asa Espinoza up.  A late runner who’ll be making his fifth career start, Irish Heatwave could be victimized by what appears to a lack of pace in the Turf Sprint lineup.LISTINGOwner:  Reddam Racing, LLCTrainer:  Ben CecilBy Paul Reddam’s Square Eddie and out of his Yonaguska mare Marquis Diamond, Listing is the only horse in the field to have defeated Irish Heatwave, as he prevailed over his rival by 7 ½ lengths in the state-bred I’m Smokin Stakes, which was Listing’s first start on Aug. 31 at Del Mar.  By California’s current top stallion, look for Listing to bring his “A-Game” in the Turf Sprint, which will be his fifth career start.TEACHER’S TREASUREOwner:  Academic FarmsTrainer:  Eddie TrumanA chestnut gelding by Square Eddie, he’s done little wrong, finishing no worse than third in four starts.  Out of the Half Term mare Corissa’s Birthday, Teacher’s Treasure pressed the pace throughout and was third, beaten 1 ¼ lengths in a hillside turf allowance won by Irish Heatwave on Jan. 1 and certainly rates an upset chance with regular pilot Edgar Payeras back in the saddle.TAKEO SQUAREDOwner:  EC Racing, LLC, MyRacehorse.com, Lyle Egan and Steve RothblumTrainer:  Doug O’NeillFourth, beaten 2 ¼ lengths in the same hillside turf allowance that Irish Heatwave, Listing, Teacher’s Treasure and Offshore Affair exit, the same hillside allowance on New Year’s Da.  Takeo Squared, who was bred by EC Racing and Rothblum, is yet another gelded son of Square Eddie.  Devoid of early foot, he’ll hope to make his presence felt from off the pace in what will be his ninth career start.THE $100,000 CALIFORNIA CUP TURF SPRINT WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERlast_img read more