first_imgDEARBORN CO., Ind. – One man is dead following a single-vehicle crash near Dover Monday morning.Police say the crash occurred around 8:30 a.m. in the 26000 block of Ennis Ridge Road, which is located between St. Leon and Dover.“Upon arrival, Sheriff’s Deputies learned that the male and only occupant of the vehicle was travelling north on Ennis Ridge Road when the vehicle left the west side of the roadway and crashed into a group of trees,” according to a press release from the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Office.The identity of the man has not been released. Authorities believe speed was a factor in the crash. The sheriff’s office was assisted on the scene by St. Leon Fire Department, Sunman EMS and the Indiana State Police.last_img read more

first_img Tags: Allan KayiwaCECAFA Senior Challenge CupJoachim OjeraJohnathan McKinstryKarim WatambalaUganda Cranes Uganda are the record winners of the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup. (PHOTO/Courtesy)CECAFA Senior Challenge CupUganda vs BurundiStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 07-12-2019 @4pmLUGOGO – The Uganda men’s football national team-Cranes will be hoping to get their 2019 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup campaign off to a winning start when they take on Burundi at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo on Saturday.The Cranes have been undergoing intense preparations ahead of the tournament, spending over a week in camp and feel they are ready to try and go all the way.On Friday evening, the technical team headed by head coach Johnathan McKinstry named the final 20-man squad for the tournament, one that did not bring many surprises.The only noted omission was Vipers SC forward Allan Kayiwa who was left out despite being in the national team set-up consistently for the last couple of engagements.McKinstry also named Vipers’ Karim Watambala and URA FC’s Joachim Ojera, two young players that will be hoping to make a breakthrough on the regional level during the tournament.Uganda is the record winners of the competition inspite of the fact that their last title came in 2012, the last edition they hosted.With the senior national team performing consistently over the past few years, the Cranes are seen as favourites for the title and will need to justify that tag starting with victory in their opening game on Saturday.Speaking ahead of the game, McKinstry noted that his team is ready for the challenge.‘”We are focused and determined to give our best performance, noted McKinstry.“All the players are ready physically and mentally.“Against Burundi, it is not the same game like we recently played against them in the CHAN 2020 qualifiers. This is a different game.”Uganda has always somehow gotten the better of Burundi in the past.The Cranes have just eliminated the Swallows from the 2020 CHAN qualifiers, beating them 6-0 on aggregate including a 3-0 victory in the return leg at the StarTimes Stadium.Against the Swallows in the last five CECAFA meetings, Uganda Cranes has managed to win 3 games, a draw and 1 loss.When both teams met in the previous CECAFA in 2017 Uganda won 2-1 in a group match. In the same competition both teams shared spoil in a goalless draw during the knockout stage.The only win for Burundi against Uganda in CECAFA was the 1-0 victory that happened back in December 2011 in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.After Burundi, Uganda will take on Somalia, Ethiopia and Djibouti, the three other teams that are in Group A.With Uganda and Burundi in action later in the day, the opening game will see Eritrea and Djibouti face off at 1:30pm at Mandela National Stadium in Namboole.The Cranes 20-man Squad for CECAFA 2019GoalkeepersCharles Lukwago (KCCCA FC) and Joel Mutakubwa (Kyetume FC)DefendersPaul Willa (Vipers SC), Mustafa Kizza (KCCA FC), John Revita (KCCA FC), Musitafa Mujuzi (Proline FC), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers SC) (Capt), Paul Mbowa (URA FC)MidfieldersShafiq Kagimu (URA FC), Karim Watambala (Vipers SC), Nicolas Kasozi (KCCA FC), Bright Anukani (Proline FC), Muzamiru Mutyaba (KCCA FC)ForwardsAllan Okello (KCCA FC), Viane Sekajugo (Wakiso Giants), Joachiam Ojera (URA FC), Ben Ocen (Police FC), Joel Madondo (Busoga United), Fahad Bayo (Vipers SC), Steven Mukwala (Maroons FC)Comments last_img read more

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Nov 2014 – A two hour power outage was the least of the concern Friday night once residents learned there had been a traffic accident; that news spread rapidly and also revealed that the lone driver in that truck died, reportedly at the scene. The man, who was in his Ford F-150 truck alone slammed into a utility pole; the impact snapping the pole in half and that caused the outage in the Leeward Highway side of the Bight on Friday around 10pm. Police have still not given the go ahead on the identity of the deceased officially nor any insight thus far on what may have led to the accident. We can say the man is of the Walters family here in Provo and that he may be considered the fourth traffic death for 2014. It is still unclear how the police rule the death of Quincy Gardiner of North Caicos, who was in August found lifeless in the road. The autopsy is still not made public in that case. Recommended for you PNP open North & Middle Caicos causeway in tribute Related Items:leeward highway, North caicos, quincy gardiner, traffic accident Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp New Government contracts mean new clinic for Kew in North Caicos Police move to charge man for weekend traffic fatalitylast_img read more