First Sask. firefighters helping with fires in Australia return home
A pair of Saskatchewan firefighters returned to Saskatoon Thursday night after just over a month of helping battle devastating wildfires in Australia. Phane Ray and Kevin Buettner, both Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency wildland firefighters, were deployed at the start of December to help combat the Australian wildfires as part of a Canadian team organized by the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre. And even though they weren’t directly on the front lines of the blaze, their experience has certainly stuck with them. “The hardest thing for us that we’d seen there is just the amount of people losing homes, the loss of life,” Ray said.
Baillie Childers lost her beloved "daddy doll ," a deployment doll she had almost her whole life. All hope seems lost until stranger works hard to Baillie had daddy doll for most of her life and she keeps it by her side at all times until she lost it on December 28 after dinner and shopping with her
13-year-old Rynn Jacobs lives alone in a high-class Quebec small town, but unknown to the neighbors, she is leading a secret and dangerous life.
When Baillie, 7, noticed her “daddy doll” was missing, the family started retracing their steps in the hopes of finding the beloved toy. This is no ordinary stuffed toy. It’s a deployment doll, which Baillie has had since her father, Larry Childers, deployed with the U.S. Navy in 2014. It’s a picture of her dad in his uniform in a cuddly form.
“She was bawling her eyes out. She was very saddened that she couldn't find it,” stepmother, Bailey Childers, 27, of Gray Tennessee, told TODAY Parents.
Baillie had daddy doll for most of her life and she keeps it by her side at all times until she lost it on December 28 after dinner and shopping with her dad and stepmom. The doll helps her cope with some of the uncertainty she faces with a father in the military. While he’s not currently deployed, Larry lives in Virginia, where he’s stationed, and Baillie resides in Tennessee. Daddy doll helps her feel less lonely when she can’t see the real deal.
Man allegedly followed young girl in Kitchener day after meeting her: police
An eight-year-old girl was allegedly followed by an older man on her way home from school in Kitchener earlier this week.They say that on Tuesday at around 3:25 p.m., the man was at a bus stop near Weber Street East and Ottawa Street when he started a brief conversation with the girl.
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“It gives her something to see his face besides just in a picture and she can kind of cuddle with it,” Childers said. “It's just stayed as her favorite doll. She carries it around everywhere … She has always found it to be her main source of comfort.”
Despite revisiting all their stops that evening, the family did not find the doll and it seemed as if all hope was lost.
“We told her, ‘We'll buy you another one,’ but it obviously wasn't gonna be the same,” Childers said. “It was a very stressful time.”
As Childers searched for the doll in various stores, Larry stumbled upon some good news. He located the doll after a woman shared a picture of it on Facebook after she found it. Haven Hill said:
Police charge Toronto firefighter in collision that seriously injured 11-year-old girl
Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg said in a separate statement that the 22-year veteran remains on active duty. The collision happened on the afternoon of Dec. 16 last year at the corner of Oakwood and Rousemount avenues in Wychwood, which is controlled by a pedestrian crossover. The firefighter was part of a crew heading north on Oakwood to an emergency call nearby. The fire truck's lights and sirens were on at the time, police said.
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“I found this in the pinnacle parking lot, if anyone knows who it belongs to please let me know,” she wrote on Facebook. “I thought it looked important and I bet they’re missing it.”
The family contacted Hill immediately. They felt so grateful that Hill tried so hard to find them.
“It was very heartwarming for us. We were so thankful,” Childers said. “It just makes us feel good that there’s some hope in the world.”
The next day, Baillie had daddy doll safely in her embrace and they are again inseparable.
“The doll is incredibly important for our family and someone saw it and tried their best to be able to find the owners of it,” Childers said. “It really made a little girl’s day.”
Local police youth league severs ties with AB, returns donation .
The Hollywood Police Department in Florida announced its athletic league cut ties with Antonio Brown on Tuesday after he verbally berated officers and the mother of his children in a video posted on Instagram. "We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League," public information officer Christian Lata said in a statement, according to ESPN's Brooke Pryor. "We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League," public information officer Christian Lata said in a statement, according to ESPN's Brooke Pryor. "We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown.