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07:45  12 august  2019
07:45  12 august  2019 Source:   wlky.com

Maine man charged with hitting flagger in construction area

Maine man charged with hitting flagger in construction area A driver accused of hitting a flagger in a construction area in Kennebunk on Thursday afternoon is due in court in September, Kennebunk police Chief Bob MacKenzie said. Shannon Carey, 40, of Kennebunk, is charged with reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, MacKenzie said. Carey hit the flagger just before 3 p.m. on Summer Street, the chief said. Watch the full video here, courtesy Burgess Productions. The flagger had attempted to stop the driver, but Carey refused to stop and hit the flagger, he said. Witnesses said several flaggers were surrounding a vehicle, before it sped up, carrying one of the flaggers several yards. The flagger was not seriously injured.

Vehicle had been the subject of erratic driving complaints before it ploughed into friends taking their weekly ride in Cooper Township, Michigan.

Deputies pulled over the golf cart on US 220 in the area of Piedmont Stone at about 4 a. m . Saturday, according to Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page. Officers found two devices believed to be improvised explosive devices in the golf cart , according to the sheriff’s office. The bomb squad was

Man charged with murder, DUI after hitting two men riding in golf cart
Man charged with murder, DUI after hitting two men riding in golf cart
Man charged with murder, DUI after hitting two men riding in golf cart

A man sustained fatal injuries following an accident near the Seneca Golf Course in Louisville.

Officials responded to a report of an injury accident in the 2300 block of Pee Wee Reese Road. The call came just before 4 p.m. Sunday.

Officials say Lazaro Pozzo Illas was heading Northbound when he sped threw a cross walk and struck two men riding in a golf cart. Both men were ejected from the golf cart following the collision. They were taken to University Hospital for treatment, where one was later pronounced dead. The other victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Woman Charged In DUI Hit-And-Run That Critically Injured Divvy Rider

Woman Charged In DUI Hit-And-Run That Critically Injured Divvy Rider A Romeoville woman has been charged with driving under the influence, after a hit-and-run that critically injured a Divvy bike rider in the River North neighborhood in June. © Provided by CBS Local, a division of CBS Radio IncPolice said Kristen Levasseur was driving west on the 400 block of West Grand Avenue around 1:15 a.m. on June 25, when she hit a 32-year-old man riding a Divvy bike. The man was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he remained in critical condition on Wednesday, police said. Sources said the man’s wife also was riding a Divvy bike at the time, but was not injured.

Here are some of the top stories we're following for today. 1/29/19 Damian Giletto/The News Journal.

Four Ohio teens have been charged with murder after a man died from injuries sustained when a sandbag they allegedly threw off a highway Byrd, 22, was riding in the front passenger seat of a vehicle heading south on I-75 when the sandbag came through the car ’s windshield, authorities said.

Illas was arrested and charged with DUI, murder and driving without a license.

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Sony and Yamaha are making a self-driving cart for theme parks.
Remember how we said Sony's self-driving SC-1 concept would make for a great party bus? Apparently, Sony had the same idea. The company is partnering with Yamaha on the SC-1 Sociable Cart, an expansion of the concept designed for entertainment purposes like theme parks, golf courses and "commercial facilities." The new version seats five people instead of three (and in greater comfort), lasts longer through replaceable batteries and uses additional image sensors to improve its situational awareness. As before, Sony feels the sensors eliminate the need for windows.

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