•   
  •   

Australia 'We might have saved his life'

07:10  30 october  2019
07:10  30 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Wedding ends in tragedy as guest fatally struck by car

  Wedding ends in tragedy as guest fatally struck by car A night of celebration has ended in tragedy for two wedding guests, after they were hit by a car walking from the venue in Adelaide's south on Saturday night.The 78-year-old Willunga driver of the ute was treated by paramedics for shock after hitting the man and woman last night while they were crossing Victor Harbor Road in McLaren Vale.

It might have saved his life . Questions are being asked about how the death of a 12-year-old boy in Alice Springs could have been prevented. Trained youth workers would have been there engaging with the local young people. If it had been open, the boy who died might have been saved .

Steven was ready to end it all before he watched a movie about someone else's struggles. Now he's turned everything around and is paying it forward each day.

A Swedish nurse and paramedic who administered first aid to a British backpacker whose foot was bitten off by a shark say they believe they saved his life.

Alistair Raddon, 28, and Danny Maggs, 22, were attacked one after the other by a shark after entering popular waters in Hook Passage near Airlie Beach yesterday morning.

Mr Raddon's right foot was bitten off and the younger man's right calf was lacerated.

"I think we might have actually saved his life, because he was bleeding so badly and it was a long boat ride back to shore, and if he continued to bleed all the way back to shore I'm not sure if he would have made it," paramedic Billy Ludvigsson said.

How to change the AutoFill settings on your iPad to make filling out forms easier, or to keep your passwords secure

  How to change the AutoFill settings on your iPad to make filling out forms easier, or to keep your passwords secure You can easily change the AutoFill settings on your iPad by going into the Settings app on your iPad. When enabled, this feature is used to store your login information saved from websites, and automatically fill in your username and password. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.If you find yourself often forgetting passwords for online shopping accounts, membership logins, and more, the AutoFill feature on your iPad is great.AutoFill allows users to save passwords and personal information entered on Safari, and uses that data to automatically fill in forms - and even access that data across all your devices using iCloud.

A helmet might have saved his life . (The "which" refers to "a helmet") -- the possibility of him wearing a helmet is past. So, in speculating about what it could have been that did actually save his life , we can use the present tense and say "the helmet may have saved his life !".

Historically: Jesus may have been trying to prepare his Disciples and other First Century believers for what was coming. During the church's first few When called before a Roman tribunal, you could save your life by basically denying Christ and offering a little incense to the Emperor, and some people DID

a man and a woman posing for a picture: Alistair Raddon's (left image) foot was bitten off. Danny Maggs (right) was also attacked. (Supplied) © Supplied Alistair Raddon's (left image) foot was bitten off. Danny Maggs (right) was also attacked. (Supplied)

"We had to make a makeshift tourniquet with ropes and towels to stop the bleeding, it was pretty bad, life-threatening at first, but we managed to stop the bleeding pretty fast."

The couple happened to be on board the Whitsundays tourist boat, ZigZag, which Mr Raddon and Mr Maggs had been snorkelling off.

They said they had just headed back to the boat when they heard screaming.

"We immediately saw that he was badly injured, that he was missing a foot so we started to tend to his injuries," Mr Ludvigsson said.

Emma Andersson, an ER nurse, said the pair was aware of the risks, but couldn't have been prepared for what happened.

'We heard screams': Swedish pair saved shark victims with ropes, towels

  'We heard screams': Swedish pair saved shark victims with ropes, towels The victims remain in hospital in stable conditions. One man lost his foot and the other suffered serious lacerations to his calf.The victims - Alistair Raddon, 28, and Danny Maggs, 22 - remain in Mackay Base Hospital in stable conditions. Mr Raddon lost his right foot and Mr Maggs suffered serious lacerations to his right calf.

He might forget, or maybe he really doesn't care about a little kid like me." If Mr. Peterson was willing to run through fire to save you at the risk of his own life and getting terrible burns, then how If Mr. Peterson risked his life to save you when he didn't even know you yet, how much more, now that you

SHANKSVILLE, PA - Vice President Mike Pence told the family and friends of the victims of United Flight 93 attending the 16th anniversary ceremony in Pennsylvania that the passengers might well have saved his life .

"We didn't have time to prepare," she said.

She said Mr Maggs was loaded onto the boat first but they soon realised his injuries were less severe than Mr Raddon's.

"He didn't look so bad so we let him go for the moment, because we knew the other one lost his foot and we started with that to stop his bleeding first."

The couple agreed the pair were in good spirits and were joking around, despite being in pain.

They said about 25 people were on the ZigZag tour but it remains unclear how many were in the water at the time, or what type of shark mauled the men.

A paramedic on flight the chopper that transported the men to Mackay Base Hospital, Ian Buck-Barrett told the Today show this morning the pair were lucky the off-duty European paramedics had been on board.

Shark attack victim Danny Maggs, 22, in the rescue chopper. Maggs' right calf was lacerated in the sixth shark attack in the area in just over a year. © Supplied Shark attack victim Danny Maggs, 22, in the rescue chopper. Maggs' right calf was lacerated in the sixth shark attack in the area in just over a year. a boat in the water: Two men are believed to have been attacked by a shark in Airlie Beach. © Twitter Two men are believed to have been attacked by a shark in Airlie Beach.

Victorian Daniel Christidis, 33, was fatally attacked last November at Cid Harbour during a trip with friends and colleagues.

Wanderers drop first A-League points

  Wanderers drop first A-League points Western Sydney Wanderers have dropped their first A-League points of the season but have returned to the top of the table with a 0-0 draw at home to Brisbane.Like Sydney last week, winless Roar would have left Bankwest Stadium wondering how they failed to score and have just one goal to show from three games. .

Vice President Mike Pence addressed the family and friends of the victims of United Flight 93 in a somber 9/11 remembrance ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. (Sept. 11) AP.

How many lives might we be losing while we wait?" he asked rhetorically. So, with Autopilot's integrity safe for the moment (the NHTSA still has an ongoing A man named Larry wrote in to tell the story of how the Automatic Emergency Braking feature on his car might have saved the life of jaywalker.

That incident followed separate attacks within 24 hours in September at Cid Harbour on Tasmanian Justine Barwick and 12-year-old Victorian Hannah Papps.

In October 2018, a fisherman was bitten on his shoulder as he hauled a reef shark into his boat.

Earlier this year, a man was bitten on the thigh at Hardy Reef, about 50km northeast of Hamilton Island.

The attack on the backpackers has revived debate about how to protect people from sharks in their habitat.

Tourism Whitsundays CEO Natassia CEO said the board would be requesting funding from the federal and state governments to begin immediate daily aerial surveillance of certain areas within the region.

"We would be looking for the fed and state governments to work together to work on a solution that is beneficial not just to our visitors but to our tourism industry," she said.

Whitsunday MP Jason Costigan believes governments at all levels are failing to protect locals and tourists.

"We are going to have more and more of this happening until governments put public safety as their number one priority," Mr Costigan said.

Speed camera warning signs crucial: NRMA

  Speed camera warning signs crucial: NRMA The NSW government is considering removing speed camera warning signs in the state, but the NRMA says they are essential to road safety.Peter Khoury, spokesman for the NRMA, on Monday said such signs were "necessary and essential" as part of efforts to prevent road deaths.

I’ll know, I should have saved his life . That guilt is something I must bear, But it isn’t something you need share. If you see a risk that others take Let them know that you love them. Because being loved and feeling in love will make him take that extra safety precaution. May the winds be on your

Some people are suing Fitbit over the Charge HR, while others are praising its potential to assist doctors.

He wants Queensland's controversial shark control program - which has drum lines to catch sharks along parts of the coast - beefed up and extended.

Neither Hook Passage nor Airlie Beach have ever been part of the shark control program.

Fisheries Minister Mark Furner said it is "near impossible" to run a program given how far away some popular tourist spots are to service.

a man standing in front of a plane: Two English tourists were savaged by a shark while snorkeling in the Whitsundays © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Two English tourists were savaged by a shark while snorkeling in the Whitsundays

Neither Hook Passage nor Airlie Beach have ever been part of the shark control program.

Fisheries Minister Mark Furner said it is "near impossible" to run a program given how far away some popular tourist spots are to service.

Drum lines were removed from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park earlier this year after the Humane Society successfully challenged the program in that federally-controlled area.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk wants the federal government to change laws to allow drum lines back in the park.

In the meantime, 32 more drum lines have been installed just outside the boundaries of the Great Barrier Reef park.

The Humane Society International said culling does not make swimmers safe.

"Installing more traditional drumlines to cull sharks is an ineffective knee jerk reaction. It doesn't work. The science on this is crystal clear," the organisation said.

How a car accident saved Jameela Jamil's life... .
While bedridden, Jameela Jamil put her life in context.At 17 years old, the "Good Place" actress was hit by a car, which left in a wheelchair. But don't feel sorry for her. She credits the car accident with saving her life.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!