Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina taken to hospital after sustaining serious head injury for Napoli against Udinese David Ospina left the field on a stretcher shortly before half time (Picture: Getty)Medics were rushed onto the pitch after Ospina gestured towards the crowd and was loaded onto a stretcher before being taken to hospital in an ambulance with Alex Meret introduced as a substitute.AdvertisementAdvertisementSky Sports Italia later reported that Ospina was conscious upon his arrival at hospital where he was with his wife Jesica Sterling.Ospina had been hopeful of facing his parent club in the Europa League after Arsenal were drawn against Napoli in a heavyweight Europa League quarter final tie on Friday.The former Nice goalkeeper is unlikely to return to the Emirates in the summer and Napoli had already indicated they were keen to exercise the option to buy clause they inserted in his contract.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal David Ospina collided with Udinese’s Argentine forward Ignacio Pussetto (Picture: AFP) Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterSunday 17 Mar 2019 6:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link555Shares David Ospina was taken to hospital after sustaining a head injury against Udinese (Picture: Getty)Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina was taken to hospital after appearing to collapse having sustained a serious head injury against Udinese.The Colombia international was treated by the Napoli physio in the fifth minute after a nasty collision with Ignacio Pussetto.Ospina, currently on loan from Arsenal until the end of the season, soldiered on and watched goals from Amin Younes and Jose Callejon help Carlo Ancelotti’s side take a 2-0 lead.The 30-year-old was powerless, however, to prevent Udinese drawing level through Kevin Lasagna and Seko Fofana, before crumpling to the floor shortly before half-time.ADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisement
It’s On Us PA, Proclamations WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month draws attention to the fact that sexual violence is widespread and is a violation of human rights and dignity; andWHEREAS, there is a high prevalence of these crimes going unreported, oftentimes because the victims are afraid or fear they will not be believed; andWHEREAS, in addition to the immediate physical and emotional effects, sexual assault can lead to short and long-term physical and mental health problems including anxiety, chronic pain, eating disorders, depression, and sexually transmitted diseases or infections; andWHEREAS, it is imperative that Pennsylvanians are aware of safety measures that can prevent sexual assaults and that victims are able to attain the support needed to overcome such a traumatic event; andWHEREAS, with leadership, dedication, and community involvement, there is compelling evidence that we can be successful in reducing instances of sexual assault in Pennsylvania through prevention education, increased awareness, and holding perpetrators who commit acts of violence responsible for their actions; andWHEREAS, Pennsylvania has initiatives such as the It’s On Us campaign to make a substantial difference in the awareness, reporting, and prevention of sexual assault within the commonwealth.THEREFORE, I, Tom Wolf, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby proclaim April 2017, as SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH. I encourage all of our citizens to join with victim and prevention advocates in supporting service programs to help victims overcome the harm caused by sexual assault.GIVEN under my hand and the Seal of the Governor, at the City of Harrisburg, this third day of April two thousand seventeen, the year of the commonwealth the two hundred forty-first.TOM WOLFGovernorRead full text of the letter below. You can also view the letter on Scribd and as a PDF.Governor Wolf Proclamation — Sexual Assault Awareness Month, 2017 by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd SHARE Email Facebook Twitter April 04, 2017 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Sexual Assault Awareness Month, 2017
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditBrown (13-9, 6-3) vs. Cornell (5-17, 2-7)Newman Arena at Bartels Hall, Ithaca, New York; Saturday, 6 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Brown looks to extend Cornell’s conference losing streak to five games. Cornell’s last Ivy League win came against the Princeton Tigers 73-62 on Feb. 8. Brown beat Columbia by six on the road in its last outing. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com SENIOR STUDS: Brown’s Brandon Anderson, Zach Hunsaker and Joshua Howard have combined to account for 50 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 64 percent of all Bears points over the last five games.DEFENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS: The Bears have given up just 67.8 points per game across nine conference games. That’s an improvement from the 72.6 per game they allowed against non-conference foes.ACCURATE ANDERSON: Anderson has connected on 29.8 percent of the 121 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 5 of 24 over the last five games. He’s also made 79.7 percent of his free throws this season.SIGNIFICANCE OF 72: Cornell is 0-13 when opposing teams score 72 or more points. Brown is a perfect 11-0 when its offense scores at least 72 points.ASSIST RATIOS: The Big Red have recently used assists to create buckets more often than the Bears. Cornell has 37 assists on 73 field goals (50.7 percent) over its previous three matchups while Brown has assists on 22 of 78 field goals (28.2 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Cornell has committed a turnover on just 17.5 percent of its possessions this season, which is the second-best percentage among all Ivy League teams. The Big Red have turned the ball over only 11.6 times per game this season and just 9.4 times per game over their last five games. Associated Press Cornell looks to end streak vs Brown February 22, 2020
Taking advantage of almost every public safety resource in the school’s arsenal, a female student who was robbed on campus Monday was able to recover her property and see two suspects arrested.After nearly a month without a reported robbery at USC, a female student walking through the parking lot behind the University Park Health Center at 12:25 p.m. Monday was robbed by two juvenile males, who shoved her from behind and stole her property.Thinking quickly, the student followed the two teenagers, who fled the scene with her possessions.As she pursued the two into the North University Park area, just north of Jefferson Boulevard, she found a yellow-jacketed Contemporary Services Corporation security ambassador, whom she asked for help.The student and the security ambassador followed the two robbers to the area of Orchard Avenue and Jefferson. The security ambassador contacted the Department of Public Safety via radio, and DPS found the two teenagers in the area of Jefferson and Hoover Street. They were then taken into custody.DPS Capt. David Carlisle said this incident exemplifies how the CSC security force can help the USC community.“It is an example of how they can assist us by observing and assisting a citizen,” Carlisle said. “That’s what they’re there for … In this case, it worked out as it was supposed to.”Carlisle said the capture of the two suspects was also a good example of the type of teamwork DPS and other safety officers strive for.The CSC security ambassadors are new this semester, and Carlisle said he suspects their presence has contributed to the decrease in crime.Robberies in broad daylight, like the one Monday, are uncommon, Carlisle noted.“I might attribute to this act that these were juveniles, so maybe they were a little more bold,” he said. “Fortunately, they’re now in custody.”
“I think it’s an attractive area for them to want to come in, but we do plan on at least incorporating the conduit to have it run so that in the event if we can’t get the charging stations now, we at least have the ability to hook up in the future,” said Neumann. “But it’s definitely something we’re looking to incorporate.” There will be 10 additional parking spaces in total between on-street parking and lot spaces, bringing the total to 314 spaces. The Marlboro-based Lima Charlie Construction vendor has been awarded a contract to do the work. COURTESY CME ASSOCIATES Red Bank officials are planning to upgrade White Street and its adjoining parking lot in the next few months. The goal is to begin construction in July and complete both projects by November. By Allison Perrine Councilman Ed Zipprich asked questions about potential electric charging stations in the White Street lot. According to Neumann, she is working on having those stations in the parking lot and is reaching out to vendors to see if it is feasible. “When we took a look atthe parking lot, we lookedat how best to lay it out toget not only the best yieldbut also the best circulationfrom the standpoint of bothvehicles and pedestrians,”said Neumann. The article originally appeared in the May 14 – 20, 2020 print edition of The Two River Times. The plan is to transform the existing on-street parking to angled parking with 12 additional spaces and to revamp the adjoining public parking lot to make it safer for pedestrians and motorists. Business administrator Ziad Shehady described the location as “one of the most popular and well-visited parking lots” in Red Bank. The idea to improve White Street parking is not new. The mayor and council obtained a grant from the state Department of Transportation last year to partially fund White Street improvements. The parking lot improvements, however, are not covered by the grant and will be funded entirely by revenue from the borough’s parking utility. George Lyristis, a local restaurateur who owns the nearby Teak Asian Fusion, echoed a similar sentiment during public comment. He feels the White Street entrance to the lot is too close to Maple Avenue. When Count Basie is up and running and lets people out, he feels it will be congested. “Generally speaking, the borough wants to take advantage of the downtime within the confines of the borough due to the pandemic to keep construction moving forward so that it doesn’t negatively impact the residents and the business community when some of the regulations ease up,” said Shehady. The project is not just about increasing capacity, Shehady said. It’s about safety as well. In 2017, there were about 25 incidents involving motorists and/or pedestrians on White Street and in its parking lot. In 2018, that number reached 29. In 2019, it was 35. The lot has fallen into “quite a bit of disrepair” over the years, said Shehady. It is not ADA compliant in parking stall size or access aisle width standards, said borough engineer Laura Neumann. The traffic flow through the lot is not well defined. It does not meet the minimum requirement of ADA parking stalls. Lighting does not meet current standards, she added. Resident Andre Bondi said that while he understands the goal of maximizing the safety within the parking lot, he has concerns about the impact it will have on traffic movement outside of the lot. He particularly took issue with the entrances and exits of the lot being two-way on the White Street side. “I’m concerned about the risk of a collision, people going out especially at the Maple Avenue end,” he said. “If someone is coming down Maple Avenue from Water Street rather fast … there’s a risk of collision with somebody coming out” of the parking lot. “We hope by reducing theconflict points for traffic onthe parking lot, with all theturns and the stops, that thiswill hopefully create a safersituation,” said Shehady. RED BANK – Residents got a look at the borough’s latest proposal to improve White Street and its public parking lot Tuesday, May 5, during a virtual public input session. The project proposes two access points from White Street to promote a free-flow of traffic. A walkway area is proposed for the lot’s center island to safely allow pedestrians to get to the crosswalk areas. Drainage mechanisms will be implemented to make way for less impervious coverage. Parking stalls in the lot will be updated to 9-feet by 18-feet. Over 30 residents tuned into the Zoom meeting May 5. Most residents who spoke out seemed to have positive reactions to the plan overall, but with some concerns regarding safety.