Back to overview,Home naval-today 4RS Saves 5 Year Old Girl from Drowning in Sea Off Panama View post tag: Year View post tag: sea View post tag: News by topic View post tag: old View post tag: 4Rs View post tag: Navy View post tag: Panama July 23, 2012 Training & Education View post tag: 5 View post tag: Drowning 4RS Saves 5 Year Old Girl from Drowning in Sea Off Panama View post tag: Girl View post tag: Saves View post tag: off View post tag: Naval Alert naval personnel of the Rapid Response Rescue and Release Squadron (4RS) saved a 5-year-old girl from drowning in the sea off Panama on 22nd July 2012.She is from Batticaloa and was among the devotees who had come to attend the annual festival at Panama Okanda Kovil, for which the Navy provides assistance. The incident had happened while the little girl was having a bath in the sea.The relieved parents expressed their gratitude to the naval personnel for saving the life of their precious daughter through their timely action.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, July 23, 2012; Image: Sri Lanka Navy Share this article
Such system includes traffic lightsfor motorists and pedestrians, pavement markings and signage, closed-circuittelevision monitors, and a command center. Mayor Evelio Leonardia said this movewill strengthen the city’s traffic management system. “Given the complexities of a growingcity, traffic becomes an inevitable epidemic, but in spite of this, we willstill try everything possible to have it well-managed,” the mayor added. (With a report from PNA/PN) Last month, the MMDA chairman DaniloLim turned over two volumes of the traffic master plan intended to improve thecity’s traffic system. Leonardia said that commissioning atraffic master plan could cost millions if done by private groups, but MMDA isassisting Bacolod for free. BACOLOD City – The city government here will form a policy-making bodyfor the implementation of the local traffic master plan crafted by theMetropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). He said noted that one recommendationis the establishment of a new and modern traffic signalization system that can“talk to each other.” “We will create a new policy-makingbody that can monitor the function and performance of traffic enforcers,” themayor added. Another recommendation is the passageof an ordinance increasing the fines against traffic violators as well aseducation and training, and capacity-building for Bacolod Traffic AuthorityOffice enforcers. The mayor added that one of thepriorities of this project is to improve the competence of the trafficenforcers. They will need further training under MMDA, he said. “We are now in the process ofreviewing, studying the recommendations to find out what we can afford for now,and we will implement it first,” said Leonardia. In Bacolod, five out of 36intersections have been signalized in 2018, with the rest to be installed inthe remaining 31 intersections by 2020.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Chancellor Kent Syverud on Thursday in a statement said he’s “deeply saddened” after Syracuse men’s basketball head coach Jim Boeheim struck and killed a man late Wednesday night along Interstate 690. Syverud’s statement reads, in full:“Like all of you, I am deeply saddened by the news that a member of our Central New York community was tragically killed in an accident last night involving Coach Jim Boeheim. Coach Boeheim is understandably heartbroken by the loss of life. On behalf of our entire Syracuse University family, Dr. Ruth Chen and I extend our deepest condolences to the Jimenez family and all those grieving this terrible loss.” The Syracuse Police Department identified the crash victim Thursday morning as 51-year-old Jorge Jimenez of Syracuse, according to SPD Sgt. Matthew Malinowski. On Wednesday night, Jimenez was in a vehicle that had lost control, swerved into a divider and ended up in the middle of I-690 eastbound near Thompson Road in Syracuse, the spokesman said. The oncoming vehicle, driven by Boeheim, then tried to avoid the car but hit Jimenez, who was standing on the side of the road, police said.All people involved, including Boeheim, remained on the scene and cooperated with SPD, according to police. SPD Detective George Hack, a spokesman for the department, told The Daily Orange on Thursday that nobody involved in the crash will be charged, at this time.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse defeated No. 18 Louisville, 69-49, on Wednesday night. The game ended just before 9 p.m. Boeheim’s press conference following the game ended at about 9:20 p.m., and Boeheim was in the locker room by 9:30 p.m. for player interviews. Comments Published on February 21, 2019 at 2:38 pm Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez