A number of young men will appear in court today charged with various alleged motoring offences during the Donegal International Rally weekend.A number of young men will appear in court today charged with dangerous driving during the Rally Weekend.The men were arrested following a number of different incidents by Gardai last month. They were bailed to appear at today’s sitting of Letterkenny District Court where they will appear before Judge Paul Kelly.A number of the men are from Northern Ireland while some are also from Roscommon.The majority of the arrests were made for dangerous driving.A number of men have already appeared before the local court last month following similar arrests at the rally.Judge Paul Kelly dealt with the men, who were from both the north and south, by way of heavy fines.Head of the Garda Traffic Corps in Co Donegal, Inspector Michael Harrison, said recently that the number of incidents of dangerous driving during this year’s rally weekend was up on previous years.It followed a Garda operation in which officers targeted modified cars coming into the county for the rally weekend.MEN TO APPEAR IN COURT OVER RALLY WEEKEND OFFENCES was last modified: July 6th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:arrestscourtdonegalGardairally
Brookville, IN—Franklin County Health Department has announced a fifth COVID-19 suspected related death. The Health Department was notified this afternoon of the death. The patient, a male in his 70’s, had been in the care of doctors at an Ohio hospital since March 22nd. No further information about the patient will be released due to privacy laws.Officials also received four new positive results, bringing the total of Franklin County citizens diagnosed with COVID-19 to 38. All four new cases are adults.Officials emphasized the importance of all citizens doing their part to slow the spread of the virus and protect those in our community who might be more vulnerable.
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The USC Jet Propulsion Laboratory failed to achieve its goal to be the first university group to reach space at the BALLS convention when its rocket, named Traveler, exploded after launch on Friday.The group said that although they haven’t yet had a successful launch, they have made extensive progress for an undergraduate team.“We made it further than any student group has ever made it in this process,” said Sarah Cusson, a senior majoring in astronautical engineering who works in launch operations in the rocket lab.The group plans to launch the rocket again the weekend of Oct. 18 to 20.Cusson said the rocket’s launch made the USC Jet Propulsion Laboratory the first student group to be granted the clearance to potentially launch a rocket into space, as well as the first student group to launch a potentially space-bound rocket from the launch pad.The motor of the rocket exploded, ripping the rocket in two when the combustion chamber was over-pressurized. The rocket lab was able to recover almost the entire vehicle, however, and easily determine what needed to be fixed, after the launch.The group said they will remain positive despite the setback.“In a failure, you tend to learn more than you do in a success,” said Head of Operations and Global Design Jordan Noone, a senior majoring in aerospace engineering and biophysics.For example, Noone said they observed interesting things within the motor that are visible when it stops running mid-flight, but generally not visible before or after the flight.Though the premature vehicle separation prevented the group from testing their recovery systems, Jordan Raice, a senior majoring in aerospace engineering, said he is excited to test the “burrito,” a contraption designed to allow the rocket to descend from space quickly without causing it to break to pieces when it hits the ground, in the next launch.Raice is the recovery team lead and said the “burrito” is a device that involves a small parachute that allows the rocket to come down quickly from space and a larger parachute (initially wrapped up like a burrito, hence the nickname) to be released at 5,000 feet, allowing the rocket to safely land.The rocket lab has not designed rockets intended for multiple uses, but the avionics technology the group has worked on is expensive and can be reused in future rockets.“Really the only improvements that appear to need to be made are to the motor itself,” Raice said.Dynamics lead John Rising, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, said the group is more excited than ever to complete Traveler.“We know exactly what happened. We all know the design really, really well,” Rising said. “All of us really want to see it fly. Traveler has always kind of been the ‘white rocket’ in the room, the one that we’ve been just itching to get to see fly. We finally got a launch, which in itself is such a huge accomplishment.”The rocket lab also gave students a chance to learn about the process of building and launching a rocket, even if the group did not accomplish their main goal.“The main strength of rocket lab is that everyone is a ‘jack of all trades’ and can be a master at one, whereas in a lot of other projects at this scale, everyone just hones in on their specific trade and doesn’t really get to see the whole big picture,” Rising said. “ It’s also an excellent training ground for engineers in that sense because everyone gets exposed to everything.”Follow us on Twitter @dailytrojan