Seniors celebrate final victory at home

first_imgFor a quarter of the student body, Saturday’s football victory against Wake Forest represented more than an undefeated season at home. It also marked the seniors’ last game in the student section of Notre Dame Stadium. Saint Mary’s senior Maria Malm said this weekend’s celebrations were the perfect culmination to her four years in the student section as a Notre Dame fan. “I had so much fun in the stands on Saturday,” she said. “The atmosphere was incredible and it was so great to get to spend it with all of my classmates. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to spend my last game as a student.” While the Irish victory and preservation of the undefeated record were key components to the weekend’s joy, Malm said one of the best parts of the game came after the final whistle when she and other seniors spilled onto the field. “Going on the field was by far one of the highlights of my four years in the student section,” she said. “I had so much fun taking pictures and just taking it all in. It was a special moment and I know I’ll remember it forever.” Saint Mary’s senior Claire Priestly joined Malm and the other seniors in rushing the field after the game. She also said it was a special way to celebrate her time as a student fan. “It was a great end to the four years I’ve spent going to the games with all of my friends,” she said. “We had so much fun and enjoyed it a lot.” Saint Mary’s senior Megan Lynch also spent her Saturday in the student section cheering on the Irish for one final time. She said her final game was enjoyable, if also surreal. “It didn’t hit me that it was the last game until I was walking into the Stadium,” she said. “It was sad thinking that I would never be able to attend a game as a student again, but it was extra special to walk into the last game with the same best friends that I walked into my first home game with freshman year.” Notre Dame senior Ellie Griep said she thought Saturday’s game marked the end of a fantastic senior season. “This is the perfect senior season,” she said. “No. 1 is the pinnacle and we will all ride out on that high.” Griep said cheering on the Irish this year was a different experience than past seasons. “I have never cared about football as a sport before, and still am not interested in any other team or league, but there isn’t anything I wouldn’t give to see Notre Dame at the BCS National Championship,” she said. In addition to beating Wake Forest and maintaining an undefeated season at home, Malm said she was also excited about other results in the college football world. “Going to bed Saturday night with the news both Oregon and Kansas State lost was the perfect ending to the day’s festivities,” she said. “I can’t believe the season Notre Dame has had, and I feel so blessed I was here to experience it all.” Notre Dame senior Eddie Hjerpe agreed the season has been a perfect culmination of the past four years and quoted the football team from popular television show “Friday Night Lights” on their quest for a state championship. “One team, one dream. … We’re going to state,” he said. “[I] could not have asked for a better year to be a senior at Notre Dame.”last_img read more

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Anderson makes 1st team

first_imgAdding to her growing list of accolades as a Wisconsin Badger, junior guard Jolene Anderson was named to the first team All-Big Ten for the first time in her career Monday.With an average of 19.3 points per game, Anderson became the first Badger woman ever to win the Big Ten scoring title. She also finished toward the top of the conference in several other categories. Anderson ended up third in the conference in free-throw shooting, making 85.4 percent of her foul shots, ninth in rebounding, with a team-best 7.2 boards per game, and third in steals, with yet another team-high 2.38 takeaways per game.”She can do everything,” Anderson’s teammate Rae Lin D’Alie said. “She can shoot, she can drive, she’s a great passer, great leader by example, and she’s got great defense.”Anderson is joined on the list by Ohio State’s Jessica Davenport, Purdue’s Katie Gearlds and Purdue’s Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton as the only players selected by both the coaches and media to the first team. The coaches selected Penn State’s Amanda Brown, while the media to the first-team tabbed Ohio State’s Brandie Hoskins.Davenport was also named Big Ten Player of the Year for the third consecutive season, the first woman to ever achieve the feat. Her coach, Jim Foster, also repeated as conference coach of the year. In her first year with UW in 2004-05, Anderson garnered Big Ten Freshman of the Year and third-team All-Big Ten honors, and last year was named to the second team All-Big Ten as a sophomore. Anderson led the Badgers in scoring and rebounding in all three of those years.She is just the ninth Wisconsin women’s player to be named to the first team.”She’s the backbone of our team and has earned every accolade that she’s been awarded,” Wisconsin head coach Lisa Stone said. “She doesn’t pay attention to them, but we do. The list does go on and on. She’s a special kid. She’s a person that always puts the team ahead of herself.”Two other Badgers were also honored Tuesday.Anderson’s teammate Janese Banks also received recognition for her season, as she was named All-Big Ten honorable mention. The junior guard is the team’s second leading scorer, averaging 13.9 points per game, which puts her in the top ten in scoring in the conference. Banks also finished fourth in the conference in offensive rebounding, bringing in 3.14 offensive boards per game.Freshman Brittany Heins also received an accolade, as she was selected by the Badger coaches as the team’s honoree for the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award, which rewards athletes for their contributions both on and off the court.”It’s quite an honor,” Heins said. “I’m just really honored that I would be thought of to get it.”last_img read more

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Penn State : Trustee to head investigation into sexual abuse scandal

first_imgSTATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State’s Board of Trustees announced Friday that trustee Kenneth Frazier will head a special investigation committee, which will look into the circumstances that gave rise to a grand jury report that charged former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky with a series of sexual assaults involving eight young boys.The meeting was the first public gathering of the 32-member board in light of the scandal. The meeting was moved from a hotel boardroom to a ballroom to accommodate the amount of people that attended, according to reports.The special investigation committee will be responsible to determine what failures occurred, who is responsible for the failures and what measures are necessary to make sure this type of scandal never hits Penn State again.The scandal caused major media outlets and national attention to flock to State College. Legendary football coach Joe Paterno was fired Wednesday night in the midst of his 46th season, one in which he became the winningest coach in major college football history. President Graham Spanier was also removed by the Board of Trustees on Wednesday.The grand jury report states administrators didn’t contact authorities after a graduate assistant, later revealed to be current wide receivers coach Mike McQueary, said he saw former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulting a young boy in the football team’s football facility shower in 2002.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAuthorities have said that Sandusky met many of his alleged victims through The Second Mile, a charity he established in 1977 to help at-risk children.‘There will be full accountability for those found responsible,’ said Steve Garban, chairman of the Board of Trustees during the meeting, according to the Associated Press. ‘All resources will be made available for the committee to fulfill its charge and there will be no restrictions placed on its scope or activities.’Once the investigation is complete, Garban said a full report will be given to the board at one of its regular meetings.According to the AP, Frazier said the committee will have the power to hire independent lawyers and will publicly release the entirety of its findings.‘That’s absolutely what we intend to do,’ Frazier said. ‘The purpose of this investigation is to ensure that the public understands everything that we learn in this investigation and a report will be made completely public as quickly as we possibly can.’Pennsylvania Education Secretary and Trustee Ron Tomalis will serve as the vice chairman of the special investigation committee, according to Penn State Live, the school’s official news source.Garban also pledged to support Penn State President Rod Erickson at the meeting. The board removed the interim tag from Erickson’s title of president, but will reportedly continue to search for a permanent successor to Spanier.‘I know we can do this,’ Erickson told the trustees at the meeting. ‘We are resilient; We are a university that will rebuild the trust and confidence that so many people have had in us for so many years.’McQueary will not attend Saturday’s gamePenn State wide receivers coach Mike McQueary will not be on the field for the game between the 12th-ranked Nittany Lions (8-1) and No. 19 Nebraska (7-2) at noon Saturday.‘Due to multiple threats made against Assistant Coach Mike McQueary, the University has decided it would be in the best interest of all for Assistant Coach McQueary not to be in attendance at Saturday’s Nebraska game,’ read a statement from Penn State [email protected]  Published on November 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Cheeky thieves steal wheels from car in garage

first_imgCheeky thieves broke into a garage and stole four valuable wheels from a top of the range car.The culprits broke into the garage at Drumkeen on September 5th last between 11pm and 9am the following morning.The thieves took four expensive wheels from an Audi A4 S Line vehicle. A Garda spokesman said the wheels are very expensive and have appealed to anybody who may have been passing the garage on the main Drumkeen to Letterkenny Road to contact them.Cheeky thieves steal wheels from car in garage was last modified: September 10th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Animation tells the story of Ebola and how to avoid it

first_imgRay Maota Animation is being used to help people in Ebola affected areas to understand the disease and dispel fears (Image: United Methodist Communications).Ebola has the world on tenterhooks as countries and medical groups scramble to contain the rampant disease. And misinformation is adding to the hysteria surrounding the deadly virus. But working in West Africa, the centre of the outbreak, United Methodist Communications has turned to animation to spread factual information about the illness and how it is contracted.Through collaboration with Chocolate Moose Media and iHeed, an Irish social enterprise that produces digital training content, United Methodist has produced a video and is sharing it across West Africa to educate people on the disease. Chocolate Moose Media, founded by Firdaus Kharas, produces animation, documentaries, films and television series designed to educate, entertain, and change societal and individual behaviour via a process Kharas calls culture shift.Ebola is transmitted to humans from wild animals and spreads through person-to-person transmission. The body of a deceased person can also play a role in transmission. “Our goal is to provide education that leads to better understanding to prevent infections,” explained Reverend Larry Hollon, the chief executive of United Methodist Communications. “Ebola gains foothold in poor communities where mistrust, resistance to proper care, and lack of understanding of the virus and is widespread. The church’s advantage lies in its network of trusted leaders who live in the affected regions.”United Methodist Communications is the global communications agency of the United Methodist Church. It uses several methods to convey education, including text messages to clergy in Sierra Leone and Liberia, as well as commentaries by trusted leaders to encourage co-operation with health programmes. The videoThe video has been produced in various languages, including English and French with West African voices, as well as West African languages. Production took place in more than 10 countries, including Canada, Guinea, India, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Switzerland and the United States. The 20-person production team was headed by Kharas.“I have created what I hope will be a compelling video to prevent the spread of Ebola,” he said. “My approach was to combine animation with non-coercive persuasion by having Africans speak to their own broader family.”iHeed’s medical director, Dr Kunal Patel, explained that through a combination of weak health infrastructure, inconsistent levels of education and unpreparedness, the epidemic had become a global threat. “Digital media can fill the gaps. In combination with technologies such as mobile phones, cinemas, projectors and tablets, animated information can help.”The video tells the story of a young boy who is infected with the virus when he tries to help a mother with a baby who has the disease. He tells his family and community the facts regarding the disease, and warns them what not to do. He also gives them words of hope that the disease will be stopped by the medical people helping in the village.The video will be distributed by all three partners through international organisations, non-governmental organisations, civil society and churches, and through social media using the hashtag #Ebolavideo. It can also be also be downloaded on United Methodist’s website.Watch the video here:  EbolaAccording to the World Health Organization, 7 470 cases of Ebola had been reported as of 3 October, with 3 431 deaths in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Symptoms of infection include: fever greater than 38.6°C, severe headache, muscle pain, weakness, diarrhoea and vomiting, abdominal pain and unexplained haemorrhaging and bruising.Symptoms can take anything from two to 21 days after exposure to Ebola to appear, but the average is eight to 10 days, according to the US’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recovery from Ebola depends on good supportive clinical care and the patient’s immune response. People who recover from Ebola infection develop antibodies that last for at least 10 years. The fight against the virusBrice de le Vingne, Médecins Sans Frontières’ director of operations, described the fight against Ebola as a war. “The fight against Ebola is like a war, and we need a very clear chain of command. There are 3 000 American soldiers being sent to Liberia, and the British army is also sending troops to support NGOs. We still do not really know who will operate the emergency health centres. At the moment, the deployment is slower than the epidemic, so we are losing ground.”He added that the only time the scourge of the virus would be dealt with was once a vaccine was developed. “The development of a vaccine depends on private companies [that] want to make a profit. In order to encourage them, we simply have to promise them orders. That is the job of the international community but we do not have the luxury of time,” he said.last_img read more

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10 Classic TV Shows You Still Can’t Watch Online

first_imgOnline television offers a truly dizzying array of choices. Viewers of services like Hulu and Netflix, as well as customers of iTunes and Amazon Digital Services, can stream, rent or purchase episodes of television shows from every era.But not every show that ever aired is legally available online. Surprisingly, there are plenty of high-profile shows that are not available for online consumption – not even for purchase. For a variety of reasons, there are some seriously popular (or once-popular) shows that you just can’t find online.Here’s my list of the concluded shows that were popular in their day and are not currently available online in any streaming form. DVD collections do not count, and the show doesn’t have to be free online: shows on HBO Go are regarded as online, even if you have to subscribe to HBO to get them. (I’m looking at you, Sopranos.) And because legal is the watchword here, I am not going to count the ways you can download copies of episodes with BitTorrent or watch them on YouTube.Note that the availability of online shows is constantly shifting. The Cosby Show was once on Netflix, then off, and now is on Hulu Plus. Nor is this list complete: you may have your own favorites that you can’t find online. Stick around until the end, though; I’ve included linkst to a set of tools that can find shows even on obscure networks.1. BatmanImage courtesy of Greenway Productions/20th Century Fox TelevisionThanks to the DC Comics/Warner Brothers money machine, you can view Batman animated series episodes practically anywhere on the Internet. But the original 1966-1968 classic show starring Adam West and Burt Ward is not showing online at any Bat-time or any Bat-channel. For comic-book aficionados, this is both bad (it’s Batman!) and good (the Batusi? Really?). But at the end of the day, who wouldn’t want to relive the harrowing cliff-hangers we saw as kids while also catching the barely disguised innuendo we can detect as adults?2. Full HouseImage courtesy of Jeff Franklin Productions/Miller-Boyett Productions/Warner Bros. TelevisionYeah, I cringed too. But the 1987-1995 run on ABC was hugely popular and its absence online is sure to be noted. This wholesome-to-the-max family drama with three men caring for three girls (trust me, it worked) actually poked a few holes in the usual sitcom situation, especially with the notion that dads could parent, too.3. The Golden GirlsImage courtesy of Witt/Thomas/Harris ProductionsIn the days when comedy shows reigned supreme, this one showed viewers that old could mean funny. For seven seasons, from 1985-1992, this NBC show featuring four sharp women was acerbic enough keep even younger audiences interested. But older audiences flocked to this show, and might again if it was more widely distributed online.4. The HoneymoonersImage courtesy of Jackie Gleason Enterprises“To the moon, Alice!” Or at least to the nearest IP address, please. But alas, the comedic genius of Jackie Gleason and an incredible cast of comedy veterans is not to be found online now. Popular from 1953-1956, and then even more when it was revived as a part of a variety show from 1966-1970 (with sporadic episodes throughout the ’70s), this comedy about working-class couples remains timeless.5. Little House on the PrairieImage courtesy of Ed Friendly Productions/NBC ProductionsFor about a season, maybe two, this NBC family drama followed the books written by Laura Ingalls Wilder fairly closely. But the popularity of the family drama pushed the writers to expand the Ingalls-verse to keep the show going. Until the end, it mostly worked. The saga of Charles Ingalls and his family in Walnut Grove, Minnesota, was compelling and genuinely warm, even if it bore little resemblance to history.6. M*A*S*HImage courtesy of 20th Century Fox TelevisionOne of the longest-running shows on television, this medical procedural/comedy/war series ran for 11 seasons on CBS, bringing the Korean War into our homes every Monday night. You wouldn’t think a show about a medical unit in a proxy war in Asia would be a hit so soon after the actual Vietnam War, but it was. The chemistry of the cast and the razor-sharp writing kept this show alive far longer than the conflict in which it was set. I’d like my kids to see this one.7. Mork and MindyImage courtesy of Henderson Productions/Miller-Milkis Productions/Paramount TelevisionThis spin-off from Happy Days (yes, go look it up) followed the adventures of one Mork from Ork in Boulder, Colorado, for four seasons. Not a long run, but Robin Williams, Pam Dawber – and even the late Jonathan Winters – created a show full of insane improvisation and sheer goofiness… and maybe a valid mirror on human behavior. That it’s not online now? ShazBot, somebody call Orson.8. The Six Million Dollar ManImage courtesy of Kenneth JohnsonYou can rebuild him. You can make him better than he was before. Faster. Stronger. But if you want to actually watch Lee Majors as the world’s first bionic man online? Forget it, the show’s locked up tighter than the OSI. Okay, so the show doesn’t rank up there with the greats, but it was pretty decent sci-fi that managed to bring super-heroics to the screen and show us a surprisingly realistic future of bionics. Even if they always did run in slow motion.9. ThirtysomethingImage courtesy of The Bedford Falls Company/United Artists TelevisionI may be one of the few people on the planet that has never watched a single episode of this show, but there’s no denying its impact as an ensemble drama that drew in the lucrative demographic of, well, thirtysomethings to ABC for four seasons. The show’s depiction of baby boomers in their thirties was smart, well-written and very much loved by its viewers.10. The WaltonsImage courtesy of Lorimar ProductionsThis nine-season family drama based on the novel Spencer’s Mountain ran from 1972-1981 depicting the lives of a rural Virginia family in the midst of the Great Depression and World War II. This was a big family, too, with seven kids, the parents, and the grandparents all trying to make do in one of the roughest American economies ever. A lot of people make fun of this show, pegging it as pure schmaltz. Yet the Waltons enjoy a lifestyle that many people not-so-secretly strive for – and might watch all over again.Good night, John-Boy.Find Your Own FavoritesIf you are not sure if the show you want to watch is online anywhere, try Sidereel, which does a pretty good job listing the online availability of shows. It’s not 100% accurate, though, so if your results come up empty, try Hulu next.Even if you are not a Hulu subscriber, you can still search for TV episodes on the site. If Hulu does not have them, it may point you to other sources (like cable channel websites) where the show can be watched.You might also try Netflix, which often changes show availability at the drop of a hat.Hopefully, all your favorite shows will be online someday. Until then, what shows are you missing?Lead image courtesy of Henderson Productions/Miller-Milkis Productions/Paramount Television 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Tags:#entertainment#Streaming video#television brian proffittcenter_img Related Posts 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex…last_img read more

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Aamir Khan was apprehensive of wife Kiran planning a film

first_imgAamir KhanClick here to EnlargeActor-filmmaker Aamir Khan says he was the most apprehensive when his wife Kiran Rao told him that she was working on a film script.Aamir feared that if the script did not work for him then things would get most uncomfortable between them.”Every time she mentioned she was working on it I prayed that she would not complete it, and in time would abandon it,” Aamir said while speaking about ‘Dhobi Ghat’, his latest home production directed by wife Kiran.Aamir recalled that when Kiran finally came to him with a spiral-bound file, he felt he needed numbers of his side to back him when he gave it a thumbs-down.”We decided to travel to Coonoor where my cousin and filmmaker Mansoor lives. I told Kiran that Mansoor and myself will hear the script narration together,” Aamir said, adding that he had often used Mansoor as a shield.However, Aamir says as he sat down to hear the script with Mansoor and his wife Tina, he was falling in love with the characters, loved the dialogue and voice of each person, was struck by the fine, silken threads that made the narrative and was moved to tears by the end.”From the first scene itself, the script just sucked me in,” he recalled adding that he had fallen in love with Kiran, once again.Aamir said his wife was an absolute delight to work with as a producer and an actor.”I feel most safe in her hands. She has clarity, sensitivity and an ability to bring the best out of her team, which makes her a leader I am happy to follow,” the actor said.Aamir said he has an eye for superior talent. “When I see it, I am happy as it is inspiring. When I see that talent in my life partner, it makes me feel very proud and secure,” he said.advertisementAccording to the actor, Kiran’s choice of cast and crew has been most invigorating for someone like him who has been working in movies for over two decades. “As a producer, it is very rare to work with a team… all of whom are so talented, passionate, committed and with the right attitude towards cinema,” he added.Aamir plays a painter named Arun in the film and sports a different hair-do with a shade of grey over the forehead.last_img read more

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Jose Mourinho defends Manchester United’s performance

first_imgManchester United manager Jose Mourinho has defended his team’s performance after being held to a draw by Everton FC in an English Premier League (EPL) match at the Goodison Park Stadium in Liverpool.United took the lead a couple of minutes before half-time on Sunday evening when star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic lobbed the ball over on-rushing Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.The hosts however, managed to rescue a point right at the end when they were awarded a penalty for Marouane Fellaini’s clumsy challenge on Idrissa Gueye. Leighton Baines stepped up to fire home the penalty and earn a draw for Everton. (Manchester United still far away from Premier League title: Jose Mourinho)It was the sixth draw of the current EPL season for Manchester United which left them struggling at sixth place on the league table with 21 points from 14 matches, just one point ahead of seventh placed West Bromwich Albion.The former EPL champions trail fifth placed Tottenham Hotspur by six points and are behind current league leaders Chelsea by a whopping 13 points.A frustrated Mourinho claimed that his opponents were lucky to leave the pitch with a draw. (Manchester United not putting in extra work on finishing: Jose Mourinho)”It’s another game with a very good performance in a very difficult place to play, in a very emotional stadium, against a team full of good players. So it was a very good performance but a bad result in relation to the performance. We were the best team by far but we didn’t win. We had chances for 2-0, we had the ball against the post and then we lost a goal in the last few minutes. If you come to Goodison Park and you get a point in other circumstances I don’t think it’s a bad result because it’s a difficult place to play, but we were the best team by far so the point is not the point that gives us what we deserve,” Mourinho was quoted as saying by MUTV.advertisement”We are playing very well at home, super-dominant. We are playing very well away with some amazing performances from (Phil) Jones and (Marcos) Rojo, but not getting the results we deserve. When you play bad you can try to play well. When you play well there is nothing more you can do.”You try to keep playing well. This is what we are doing for a long time, playing well — better than our opponents. Getting draws but deserving victories so our opponents are leaving the stadium super happy with draws they don’t deserve. We cannot do nothing. We go back to work,” he added. (Need more time at Manchester United: Jose Mourinho)”If you tell me that in any one of our draws, the opponent was closer to winning than us, I will tell you that is completely untrue. In every one of our draws, we were much more closer to winning than the opponent and we deserve to win these matches. I repeat, this season what matters is the results, it’s not the quality of football.”The 53-year-old, who has guided Chelsea to the EPL title earlier in his career, asserted that he attracts criticism no matter how well his team plays.”I am concerned because we don’t get the results we deserve. I know that when my teams win matches playing a different style of football then in that moment all that matters is the style of football, not the results. You have in this moment teams in the Premier League playing defensive and counter-attack football but getting results. This season that is phenomenal in your (the media’s) words. When my teams are playing extremely well, the results are more important. So that’s where we are,” Mourinho said. (League Cup: Man United storm into semis, Arsenal ousted by Southampton )”But I am happy that my team is playing really well, even in difficult matches like this one. It’s a problem for us that we are not getting what we deserve, and it’s a problem for us that we have a position in the table that has no relation with the quality of football we are showing.”Mourinho also felt that it is difficult to play against Everton because of their direct style of play. (Zlatan Ibrahimovic confident of winning Premier League with Manchester United)”It’s impossible or very difficult to control a game for 90 minutes but I would say we controlled it for 80 minutes. It’s normal that an opponent has a reaction and the way they play with long, direct balls, it’s impossible to stop because when a team plays passing football you can press, but when they play long balls you cannot stop the ball in the air. So they would always have a little bit of pressure but that’s normal,” he said.advertisementlast_img read more

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Pilot climbs down tree after plane crashes into trees soon after takeoff

first_imgGREENFIELD, N.S. – Police say the pilot of an ultralight plane climbed down a tree to safety after his small aircraft crashed into a forested area in southern Nova Scotia.RCMP Cpl. Jennifer Clarke says the plane went into the trees moments after taking off from the local airport in Greenfield at about noon today.She says the pilot was the only person on board and was not injured.The Transportation Safety Board and Transport Canada are assisting in the investigation.Clarke says she wasn’t aware of the weather conditions at the time.She says there is no indication yet as to what caused the crash.last_img

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