Australia Cyclist dies in car crash after NSW Police tried to stop him
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The South Carolina man who was awaiting trial on boating while intoxicated charges before being found murdered alongside his mother in June had a blood-alcohol level of more than three times the legal limit in the 2019 crash. A South Carolina Department of Natural Resources spokesperson confirmed that investigators had received the test result from the hospital with a warrant. It showed Murdaugh’s blood-alcohol level was .286% more than an hour after the crash in February 2019. The state's legal limit is .08%.
Police are investigating the death of a cyclist who was hit by a vehicle in northern New South Wales after officers tried to stop him riding.
Late Thursday night, NSW Police announced a "critical incident investigation" had been launched into the fatality in Casino, about 60km south-west of Byron Bay.
Police said local officers on an unrelated job on Churchill Street saw a cyclist riding without a helmet or lights about 9pm on Thursday.
"Police requested the man stop; however, he continued riding and collided with a vehicle at the intersection of Churchill Crescent and Hotham Street," police said.
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More than 5,500 reports have been made to police from concerned members of the public in the wake of violent protests in Sydney's CBD on the weekend.More than 5,500 reports have been made to police, so far, from concerned members of the public in the wake of violent protests that took place in Sydney's CBD on Saturday.
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"He was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics, however, died at the scene. The man is yet to be formally identified.
Neither the driver nor his four passengers were injured but the 20-year-old Queensland man behind the wheel was taken to Casino Hospital for mandatory testing.
The crash investigation unit was called to the scene but police say a critical incident team from the Tweed-Byron police district would also investigate "all circumstances surrounding the incident", before an independent review.
A regional commander can declare a critical incident after a death or serious injury that appears to have likely resulted from a police operation, according to.
West HQ allegedly gave cash to its own pet projects while ignoring needy local charities .
An ABC investigation reveals a multi-million-dollar western Sydney club did not follow recommendations from an advisory group and awarded funds allocated to community causes into other projects.In 2019, the manager of the disability service Community Access Western Sydney (CAWS) put in an application to the NSW ClubGrants scheme to help fund her organisation's Soul Food Café, which provides free food and coffee for some of Sydney's most vulnerable people.