Smithtown Crash Leaves Driver Dead

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 61-year-old Central Islip man was killed in a car crash in Smithtown on Monday morning.Suffolk County police said James Poallo was driving a Hyundai Sonata westbound on West Jericho Turnpike and tried to make a left turn into a parking lot when his vehicle was struck by an eastbound Ford F350 pickup truck at 8 a.m.The victim was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.The pickup truck driver was not injured, but his passenger was hospitalized for treatment of minor injuries.Fourth Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on this case to call them at 631-854-8452.last_img

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New free CUNA webinar on Economic Impact Payments

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » CUNA announced today the availability of a free webinar for all CUNA-member credit unions, What You Need to Know about Economic Impact Payments webinar. This 58-minute recorded webinar provides compliance professionals with information and resources to assist members with their stimulus payments.“There have been a lot of questions surrounding the Economic Impact Payments including ‘What is your institutions liability?’,” says Melisa Kallestad, director of compliance & lending education at CUNA. “We’re offering this webinar to prepare credit union staff on how to manage these payments to get members the relief they need.”During this recorded webinar, attendees will hear from Michelle Barlow, vice president of WACHA.last_img read more

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Redknapp fears impact of Zamora ban

first_imgHarry Redknapp fears the impact Bobby Zamora’s suspension will have on QPR’s fading Barclays Premier League survival bid. Press Association Zamora is missing for the next three matches, starting at Everton on Saturday, after being sent off in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Wigan for kicking Jordi Gomez in the head. Rangers are seven points adrift of safety with six matches remaining and Redknapp is frustrated to have seen his strike partnership with Loic Remy dismantled once again. “Bobby’s sending off was a rash decision and missing him for three games is a big loss,” Redknapp said. “It was a crazy challenge and it’s cost us dearly because we lost him for most of that game and for the next three matches. He should be disappointed.” center_img The former Tottenham manager added: “He’s not 100% fit, you can see that, but he’s still a good player. When Bobby and Remy have played together we always look like we’re going to win, but we can’t get the partnership together. “Often one of them has been injured and now Bobby’s suspended. This has cost us dearly. Remy’s our joint leading goalscorer now with five goals. That’s been the problem here – we’ve had no one to score goals. “How can you have a leading goal scorer who’s only scored five goals? It’s almost impossible.” No team has ever escaped relegation from QPR’s position, yet Redknapp clings on to a tiny glimmer of hope. “It wasn’t easy after the Wigan game, I felt low over the weekend for sure, but you just have to get on with it. We need to go again,” he said. “There’s still some life in us. If we’d picked those three points up I’d have fancied us to stay up. The momentum would have been with us. “There are still games to go, we just have to win as many as possible. It’s going to be hard, but when there’s a chance you have to keep believing. “Getting the three points is massive. We certainly need to win four games and draw one to give ourselves any sort of chance.” last_img read more

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