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The ground breaking for the project is expected soon and itscompletion is expected in the summer of The casino gaming area will be increased by 72, square feet. The increase will include a larger high limit area and larger smoking area.
The additional space will have more slot machines and 12 new table games. The total number of slot machines will become 2, Stage will have double the space allowing for more seats and a new outdoor patio an dining service. The Gun Lake Tribe celebrated its twentieth anniversary as a federally-recognized tribe on Friday Aug Federal recognition of a tribe establishes a government-to-government relationship with the United States and protects the tribe's right of self-government.
Reservation land is sovereign land owned by the tribe and held in trust by the federal government. The Gun Lake Casino has been in operation for seven years. The tribe employs 1, people for positions in their government, investment operations, and their casino. The money is used to pay for law enforcement, infrastructure improvements, and schools.
On September 14 the new poker room was opened at Gun Lake Casino. This is the newest of the other 40 card rooms in the state. It is located in the previous area where Villa Pizza and Johnny Rockets were at the casino. It is a 3, square foot area. Plans for the room were announced in May after the tribe had conducted research on what amenities and games guests were interested in.
This resulted in developing a space for poker. The casino property has worked many times on projects to renovate and expand the gaming venue. Last year plans for a new parking structure were announced. Disclaimer: All images are copyright to their respective owners and are used by Nations for informational purposes only. Warning: You must ensure you meet all age and other regulatory requirements before entering a casino or placing a wager.
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Odawa Casino Resort is a Northern Michigancasino resort. The resort replaced Victories Casino in , which had served as the tribe's casino until the new resort was opened. In addition to gaming, Odawa Casino Resort features multiple restaurants and retail outlets, a concert venue Ovation Hall , a nightclub The O Zone Nightclub , and a circular lounge bar in the middle of the gaming floor Rendezvous.
Full shuttle transportation is available to all resort guests. Odawa Casino Resort is open to guests of all ages, however, the casino's gaming floor and the O Zone Nightclub are restricted to those of age 21 and older. Starting in , the minimum gaming age at Odawa Casino Resort has been approved to be lowered to 19 years old.
The gaming floor is approximately 50, sq ft 4, m 2 and offers approximately slot machines in addition to 36 table games. Over high-definition televisions are scattered throughout the property. The televisions show promotions, live contests, and DirecTV satellite broadcasts. Major sporting events are commonly displayed. The poker room currently includes 4 tables. Bingo was offered in , but is not currently operating. Odawa Casino Resort is open 24 hours a day. Ovation Hall is a concertvenue located at Odawa Casino Resort.
The hall can seat up to 1, people and hosts concerts, trade shows, and large conferences. Bill Cosby performed two shows at the grand opening celebration. The O Zone Nightclub is a circular nightclub featuring flair bartenders. The club features a large display built into the ceiling that can play live video from the club. There are several 'party pods' around the club that are separated by curtains. Inside the pods, guests have two private plasma screens and a fireplace.
There are many other events such as stand-up comedy, variety shows, and cooking shows. There are total rooms 10 Suites and standard guest rooms. Some service may only be available during peak hours. Odawa Casino Resort was built in and in 15 months. The , square foot resort was constructed as a joint venture between Shingobee Builders and Clark Construction.
Officials at Giant Food Store and the Wendy's and the Red Lobster restaurants said they experienced no problems related to the gas outage. Because the line is fed from two sources, workers had to dig in two locations to finally shut off the flow of gas, he said. That was accomplished by a. Columbia Gas workers arrived at a.
There was no interruption of gas service to any other customers in the vicinity, he said. An easterly wind carried the gas plume away from the store where it dissipated over Broadway, Spielman said. While the leak occurred at the rear of the store, behind a storage area, meters were set up inside the store to monitor the air. Part of the store's air handling system was shut down to prevent gas from seeping into the store, Spielman said.
The workers were using a Bobcat tractor to install a post that had held a "do not enter" sign, he said. Immediately, the workers saw a plume of vapors rise and heard the hissing of gas. They found the store's manager and called Despite the presence of emergency officials outside, it was business as usual inside the Wal-Mart.
Two or three store managers monitored the situation outside the store throughout the emergency, he said. A geyser of muddy water erupted from a 6-inch pipe running under the lawns between Waller Hall and State Street, just south of the state Capitol.
The hourlong gusher caused no damage, although two nearby university buildings lost water service for a short time. The crew was digging shallow trenches for an irrigation system near the Star Trees with a trencher machine.
Armstrong estimated that the pipe was installed between and The city had recently surveyed the area for other construction work nearby and had marked where the pipe was, Armstrong said. Although there was no estimate of the water loss, it was nothing compared with the 2 million gallons that spewed from a broken inch main downtown in late May.
That break caused thousands of dollars in damage to vehicles and businesses near Liberty and Ferry streets SE. Tara McLain can be reached at Worker dies after Santee Cooper trench collapse Georgetown-AP July 18, - A man who had been on a construction job for two weeks was killed when dirt collapsed on him while he was digging a trench at Santee Cooper's Winyah Generating Station.
The crew was building a foundation for a structure at the power plant on US Highway May became the fifth person killed in a construction accident since December in Horry and Georgetown counties and the second person working construction to die this week. Construction digging creates 2 gas leaks; Pipes shifting over time may have contributed to the accident, officials say. By Ebony M. An eight-inch gap in the major gas line that goes through the city was discovered at the corner of Cooper and Main streets, said Battalion Chief David Stapp of Arlington Fire Department.
The second, smaller leak occurred at Cooper and Abram streets and was much easier to repair, he added. Officials said the accident was caused by a road construction crew working on the street. Workers were digging at the intersection of Cooper and Main streets when they cut the line for the first time, Stapp said. When it became impossible to work at the site due to the smell, they moved a block up the street, where they dug into the pipes again, he said.
Stapp said he did not know what company hired the construction workers or who made the report about the gas leaks. Road maps distributed to the workers are not always accurate and can be up to 10 years old, said Lieutenant Randy Ingram, Arlington Fire Department public information officer. Ground tends to shift over the years and pipes are slowly displaced in one direction or another, he explained.
Oncor Gas Company was in charge of the repair. Workers planned to expose the gas line, fit a clamp around and tighten it to stop the leak, Ingram said. They will come back later to mend the hole in the pipe. The line runs through the major parts of the city, providing gas to a number of businesses and households, he added, which is why the company does not want to shut it down.
It would also take a long time to start the system back up — and that is too much work, he said. The firemen have to be rotated every few minutes because they are wearing full fire gear, he explained. Hot weather, however, will not affect the gas, he added. Sergeant Richard Grimmett of the Arlington Police Department said traffic is usually light for the intersections, so no major road problems are expected.
An autopsy will be performed today, but Kelly expects the results will confirm that Barber asphyxiated when his body was compressed by the heavy, wet clay. OSHA is investigating the incident. At presstime it was unclear whom Barber was working for at the time of the deadly accident. But he was part of a crew that was tending to a leaking water or sewer pipe beneath the floor at the plant at W. Court St.
The workers had removed concrete and dug a trench approximately eight to 10 feet deep, three feet wide and 12 feet long. Barber was trapped when the trench collapsed. Firefighters were summoned to the old factory at p. David Harmon said.
Help also came from the Kankakee County Tactical Rescue Team, which consists of firefighters from area departments. Barber's co-workers tried unsuccessfully to save him. The initial rescue efforts by Kankakee police and Kankakee firefighters also failed. Rescue workers were at risk from further collapse of the unstable trench, Harmon said.
A concrete slab was then cut away and the sides of the trench were shored up to stabilize the area, according to firefighters. Then came the hours-long effort to free Barber. The accident highlights the dangers inherent in trench labor. Kankakee County Sheriff's Police also were at the scene. Young believes the response to the tragic accident shows the ability of area firefighters to work together in times of crisis.
None of Barber's co-workers was injured. A firefighter received a minor eye injury. Police and fire departments from Kent and Ravenna worked quickly to get the man out of the trench. Rescue workers started an intravenous drip before securing him to a backboard that was attached to a backhoe by several ropes.
At the top of the trench, the man was transferred to a gurney and wheeled to a waiting ambulance, which took him to Akron City Hospital. He was not immediately identified. The accident occurred shortly before 1 p. It was not known how the man was injured. Initially, rescue workers thought mud had fallen on the worker. However, Tom Euclid, director of architecture and engineering at the university, said that didn't happen. Euclid said that the man twisted his back either while using a wheelbarrow or after being startled by a mudslide that occurred outside the trench.
The injury occurred while the man was working in a safety box, which prevents the walls of the trench from caving in. A city contracted crew accidentally hit the main while digging trenches to install conduits for a traffic light at the intersection, said Director of Public Works Michael Alkhal.
AJ Trunzo, Inc. A firefighter responding to another call saw a plume of gas rise from the main when he drove by the scene and immediately began isolating the intersection, Novak said. UGI spokesman Barry Wentzel said 28 area customers were left without service for a time after the gas main break. Service was expected to be restored by 3 p. Nearly 60 employees evacuated from Cigars International on Monocacy Street gathered at Monocacy and Goepp while they waited to find out if it was safe to return to work.
Normally, workers package 2, boxes of cigars a day, but productivity is likely to suffer because of the nearly three-hour break in the work day, Esterly said. A police officer overcome by gas fumes was taken to a local hospital for treatment and released, officials said.
Fire Service personnel today struggled to rescue a worker who was trapped after the mud caved in and fell on him while he was working to lay sewer lines at M. Nagar in K. Nagar this evening. The personnel rescued year-old S. Maari, who got trapped when he stepped into the foot ditch this afternoon, after a minute effort. Maari, along with his younger brother, Muthu, and younger sister, Devi, and scores of other labourers, was working to lay the main mm diameter sewer lines on K.
Maari entered the huge trench that was dug up to lay the main pipelines. He got down along with six others to measure the width of the levelled area, when mud from the western side of the trench caved in all of a sudden. While four of them managed to claw their way out and climb up the trench, Maari and two others still lay trapped. Noticing this, a local shopowner alerted the Fire Service personnel. While two others were immediatey pulled out of the trench, they found it difficult to retrieve Maari, as the wooden and iron beams placed on either sides to prevent the earth from falling into the trench, had also fallen on him, along with the mud.
The Fire Service personnel from Ashok Nagar, who actually pulled out Maari, said that at first sight, they were able to notice Maari buried under the mud only till the waist. They first pulled out the wooden slabs and iron beams manually and also using cranes before clearing the mud gradually. Devi, the younger sister of Maari, said the family belonged to Tindivanam and that they had settled down in Chennai some years ago. Along with her two elder brothers, she too was working on this project for the past two weeks.
She and her father, Subramani, a cobbler, having a shop near the accident spot, had to be consoled by other workers even as the rescue attempt was on. It was a relief for the personnel, policemen, other labourers and hundreds of on-lookers, when Maari was finally pulled out of the mud and taken in an ambulance. Scores of local residents who had gathered atop terraces cheered as the Firemen took away Maari on a stretcher. According to police officers, who confirmed that Maari was out of danger, investigations would be taken up and the contractor penalised for negligence if found guilty.
The trench, dug up for a depth of foot and a distance of feet was barricaded and made out of bounds. Police used lathis to prevent curious youth from venturing close to the trench. This road with the trench is used by thousands of school students everyday, causing worry to the parents who send them by vans and autorickshaws. AP -- A crew worked Tuesday to fix a natural gas main that ruptured the previous day, prompting authorities to evacuate 10 businesses.
Construction workers using earth-moving equipment accidentally broke open the gas main Monday morning, said John Austerberry, spokesman for Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. The eight-inch pipe carries gas that is pressurized to pounds per square inch, making it a high-capacity main, Austerberry said. But enough gas remained in the system to prevent service interruptions, he said. Despite its pungent odor, the gas presented no health dangers to people in the area, he said.
The evacuations were ordered to reduce risk of igniting the gas. The evacuated businesses were to remain off-limits until then, Austerberry said. CP - The collapse of a trench near Orangedale, Nova Scotia late Monday afternoon sent two construction workers to hospital with serious injuries.
The two workers, employed by Blair S. Francis Construction, were initially taken to hospital in Baddeck and then air-lifted to Cape Breton Regional Hospital. Hospital spokesperson, Greg Boone, says they suffered multiple injuries, including fractures, and are now in fair condition. A spokesperson for the Department of Labour, Penny McCormick, says the department is investigating and ordered the contractor to backfill the trench to prevent any further accidents. Workers for an excavating company were installing a six-inch water main Monday when they accidentally cut into a inch water main pipe.
The accident prompted the city to immediately close down its water plant. The pipe is the only water source for Atchison from the Missouri River. The damage was repaired by early Tuesday, but residents weren't able to use the water until about noon. They also were told to boil the water before consuming it because it will have extra chlorine for several hours.
City Engineer Joe Drimmel says the excavators were using outdated maps of the water lines that don't show the water main that was cut. Robert Giordano, 22, of 13 Skyline Drive, was taken to the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester yesterday morning after firefighters freed his legs from two feet of mud on the Riverdale Mills property, firefighters said. Giordano, employed by Lewis Concrete of Franklin, was laying a cement foundation for a ,square-foot expansion of Riverdale Mills Corp.
Giordano was working along a wall near the basement ceiling when he climbed down a ladder to the ground to retrieve some tools, Northbridge Fire Chief Gary Nestor said. The wall Giordano was working along borders a man-made water stream called a tailrace that serves an on-site hydropower operation, said property owner James Knott Sr. It reconnects with the Blackstone River about feet from where Giordano was stuck in the mud.
Giordano's legs got stuck when when he stepped in a muddy area created by water spillover from the hydropower operation, Nestor said. Employees spent an hour trying to help Giordano negotiate his legs out of the mud, Nestor said. They then called Northbridge Fire Department for assistance at a. Pulling Giordano's legs free did little good except to cause him pain because the mud had created a strong suction, Nestor said.
Other firefighter efforts, such as digging and trying to drain water from the ground with a Northbridge Public Works Sewer pump, were equally unsuccessful, Nestor said. The group of firefighters from Southborough, Ashland, Milford and Hopkinton is trained for rescues in trenches and small spaces.
About 16 members of the group responded around 10 a. Scott Boothby, the district's team coordinator. They found Giordano with one leg knee-deep in mud and the other leg covered up to the thigh. The rescue team stabilized the ground around the mud, then freed Giordano's legs from the mud with a compressor and a soil pick -- a tool that pushes air through a pipe, Boothby said.
By that time he was freed, Giordano was visibly bothered by the cool water temperature, Boothby said, though officials say he did not lose consciousness. Knott, who purchased the mill in , is acting as general contractor for his company's expansion, which started in May and scheduled for completion next September. He is expanding because his company, Riverdale Mills Corp. Knott has filed a lawsuit against the town over the fee, saying it is nearly 10 times the amount he was charged for a expansion approximately half the size of the current project.
The Harvard graduate has powered his mill with hydrolectric turbines, feeding off the Blackstone River, since Knott said he recently shut the turbines down for several months during construction. The construction site was completely dry before he turned off the operation. Yesterday's accident gives him no reason to turn the operation off again, he said. Giordano could have avoided problems by simply relaxing and slowly pulling his legs from the mud, Knott said.
Firefighters who answered the call for help found only an arm sticking out of the mud when they arrived at the construction site. Fire Chief Bobby Greenfield said rescuers slid an oxygen mask to the trapped worker, so he could breathe while they dug him out. The trapped man's arm was numb because of the pressure on it from the dirt, assistant fire chief Jerry Langston said.
But he was breathing fine when he was unearthed. The hospital and the fire department did not release his name or condition. The worker was installing pipe to a private residence, Greenfield said. A sewer tap is where pipes from a house line connect with a city sewer line.
No one else was in the ditch when it collapsed. Greenfield said the area around the ditch was damp, and that could have caused the walls to cave in. City plumbing inspector Russell Lawrence said the contractor working on the site was Mark Burlingame. Efforts to find a telephone number for him were unsuccessful. Greenfield said officials from the N. Department of Labor were investigating the accident, and he didn't know if charges would be filed.
Labor spokeswoman Dolores Quesenberry said the department would not comment until it finishes investigating. Gas rushed out of the hole, sounding like a waterfall, until 9 p. North Manchester Fire Department was notified of the leak about 3 p. At p. A welding crew from Monticello was needed to stop gas flow to the line in both directions. The gas flow was finally stopped around p. Though the leak could have been stopped immediately, by disconnecting service to the line, a large portion of North Manchester would have been without gas services until the line was fixed.
He declined to state whose responsibility it was to ensure the line was inactive. This change in depth was planned to accommodate digging for the CVS construction. Estimates regarding how much gas escaped are not yet available. No long-term effects are expected from the leak.
The stores of Target Center, Camarillo Outlets and Old Town Camarillo were among those whose gas was cut off when the worker hit a 6-inch line while installing a storm drain at 21 Lewis Road, near Highway , in conjunction with a highway project. Shortly before 1 p. While workers tried to isolate where the line was damaged, the company shut off gas south of the freeway from Lewis Road west to Las Posas Road. Traffic on Ventura Boulevard was redirected.
Gas Co. Tags with a phone number to call to have service restored were left on doors where occupants were not home. Anyone who still doesn't have gas service today should call Shasta Lake officials asked residents to squelch their water use Thursday while crews fixed a ruptured main.
Some 30 households around the Montana Street leak went without water much of the day. Workers had to cut them off to replace about a foot of severed steel pipe. The leak hit the city's year-old main transmission line, which brings in water from the west, said Chuck Robinson, water treatment supervisor. This one just happened to be in a bad spot. The two jurisdictions help each other out in emergencies under an agreement inked during the earlys drought.
The pipe ruptured shortly after 3 a. The city lost about , gallons of water over the next 12 hours, Robinson estimates. The city of Shasta Lake typically consumes 4 million to 5 million gallons of water per day. Jose Castro, a lead worker for the city's public works department, blamed the leak on construction damage. A grader had scratched the pipe where it burst, he said. Two workers from Peoria-based Custom Underground were standing above a hole in a ditch just south of the Rock River bridge in Moline while laying cable Wednesday afternoon when the ground suddenly gave way.
Both were sent tumbling into the hole with dirt pouring in behind them. One of the men was buried only to his knees and was able to quickly escape, but the soil completely buried the second man. Neither victim was immediately identified by police. The p. As workers from Civil Contractors dug furiously at the dirt with shovels and hoes, the victim who had escaped the hole climbed into a track hoe and began removing dirt with the precision of a tablespoon.
Meanwhile, workers from Civil Contractors laid plywood on the roadway and began cutting pieces to fit into the hole, creating walls to hold back the dirt. Others held a sheet over the hole to protect the victim from the afternoon sun while employees of the nearby Montana Jacks restaurant kept the rescuers supplied with cold water.
Portions of 27th Street were barricaded by police during the nearly three-hour rescue effort, fearing the weight and vibration of passing vehicles would cause further collapse. The street closing forced drivers to find alternate routes in an area already heavily congested by the I construction project near the Quad-City International Airport.
Nearby, a MedForce helicopter landed on a dime at the Interstate overpass, waiting to transport the victim to a nearby hospital. Throughout the ordeal, the victim reportedly continued to communicate with his rescuers, who took turns holding an intravenous fluids bag over the hole. He initially feared the victims were from Civil Contractors, many of whom are members of his union.
Moments later, the board and the victim emerged. And as the chopper rose from the roadway, the first raindrops fell. Bergman Paving was working in the block of Smith Drive, and about p. Clay Township police received a call that workers struck a gas line, according to police reports. No one was evacuated, and the gas company was called to repair the damage, police reported.
The construction worker was working on a sewer line on Northwest 6th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale when his foot was sucked into the sand. Rescue crews and coworkers spent nearly two hours digging him out, at times digging by hand. For some coworkers the accident serves as a reminder of how dangerous the job can be.
Safety first man. It's got to be safety first and this is something that just happened in the spur of the moment and you think it's not such a deep hole -- that it won't happen and it happens," said one worker. Once freed, the man was taken to Broward General Medical Center for treatment. Luckily he suffered only a sore back. Kevin Yost of the Winchester Fire and Rescue Department said the men were freed by quick-thinking coworkers and escaped serious harm.
Yost said they were conscious and talking when they were transported. A worker who declined to give his name walks away from the scene of a construction accident Wednesday on Jubal Early Drive. This 4-ton industrial forklift slipped into a trench, causing the front lift to tilt down and trap two men in an adjacent pit. The men were spared from serious injuries thanks to the quick-thinking rescue efforts of their coworkers. A WMC nursing supervisor would not comment on their condition, citing a federal patient confidentiality law.
The law allows hospitals to provide information about patients who sign confidentiality waivers. However, Valley Health System, which operates WMC, enacted a stricter policy denying all patient information to representatives of the media. The men were working around the foundation of the future Children of America building, a child day-care and learning center in the block of West Jubal Early Drive.
John Reines, a foreman with Melco Inc. The men work for subcontractor John Morrison Excavation, he said. A John Morrison manager at the scene said he could not identify the men unless authorized by his supervisor. The worker, whose name has not been released, apparently suffered a broken ankle, and was taken by ambulance to Broward General Medical Center for treatment. An employee of Miami-based Astaldi Construction, the worker was inside a trench at the block of Northwest Sixth Avenue at about a.
Wednesday when mid-morning rain caused the trench to cave in, trapping him, said Fire Rescue Battalion Chief William Findlan. He tried to push the sand back, creating a vacuum that sucked him deeper into the four-foot-deep hole, eventually covering him waist-deep in wet sand. But there was a lot of pressure on his body. Fire-Rescue water pumps sucked the water from the trench while a front-end loader dug a deeper hole nearby to help drain the water.
Covered in mud and sweating profusely, rescuers hooked up an intravenous line and separately administered nitrous oxide. When the man was finally pulled from the hole and placed on a stretcher, cheers erupted among emergency workers and a crowd of onlookers. Astaldi stopped operations for the day, he added, to emphasize to its workers the importance of following safety rules while performing trench work.
Bobby Day, an Astaldi construction worker who witnessed the accident, said he and his co-workers fear accidents like this. When you come in you've got to think, safety first. Donegal Township police said Charnock was trapped in the ditch about 10 a. It was Charnock's second day on the job with Terra Excavating Inc.
Charnock had been removed from the ditch by co-workers before rescue workers arrived. The man died at the scene of the accident that occurred in the block of Rocky Trail Road about 8 a. Construction crews were working in the yard of a home when the excavation collapsed upon the man, trapping him, Savage said. Emergency crews, including an Urban Search and Rescue Team, worked to remove the body from the trench.
About Tuesday morning, workers from Tri-State drilling were installing utility poles when their machinery hit some sort of contaminated material. State agencies are investigating and have halted operations at this site until further notice. A Tri-State employee is being treated for minor burns to his eyes and face.
Explosion shuts I Star report June 11, Indiana State Police temporarily closed off a portion of I on the Southeastside today after a piece of highway construction equipment struck a gas pipeline and set off an explosion. Police said the accident occurred about a.
However, a mile stretch of I between Ind. Gas had continued to feed a fire that was centered on the construction equipment, which one neighbor and State Police described as similar to a trenching machine. Neary said the trencher appeared to be a machine being used in the reconstruction of the eastbound lanes of I Joy Heath, a year-old retiree who lives in the block of South Franklin Road, said she heard a series of booms punctuated by the loudest blast.
It was solid flames, just solid flames. The flames were shooting so high in the air it was frightening. State Police Sgt. Ray Poole said the gas line was an older line that apparently wasn't detected by construction workers. Traffic already was restricted to two-way travel on the westbound lanes during the reconstruction. Stevens said westbound traffic was diverted north on Ind.
Construction worker injured by 1, lbs. Officials say Felix Ortiz was installing new sewer lines for the area on Monday as part of a crew with Carl Norris Construction of Burlington. A worker noticed that a bucket had swung loose from an excavator and was falling into the trench. Ortiz was unable to move out of the way, and the bucket hit him in the head, fell onto his legs and pinned him in the trench.
When EMS workers arrived, the construction crew had lifted the bucket off Ortiz, but rescuers weren't able to remove him without the trench collapsing. Rescuers spent two hours bracing the trench before Ortiz could be removed. Rescue workers say he had injuries to his head and both legs, including a fracture near his ankle. Noe Cepeda Vela was alone in the trench along U. His co-workers called Justice of the Peace Dela Cruz pronounced Vela dead at about p.
The search was delayed while rescuers tried to reinforce the trench walls to prevent them from collapsing again. Rio Grande City is 70 miles northwest of Harlingen. The accident happened about 2 p. Rescue crews from the California Department of Forestry and the Santee Fire Department late yesterday were hoping to find the man alive. All of the digging was being done by hand, CDF Capt. Tom MacPherson said. The victim, an employee of Waples Backhoe, was with a crew digging a sewer line that is to extend from 11th Street to 10th Street, McPherson said.
The trench is 14 feet deep. A representative from the Ramona Municipal Water District said the contractor had recently obtained the permits to begin construction on the line that is to join the public sewer system. The private line is being built to district standards," said Tom Brammel, a spokesman for the district. A boy, 13, walking home from Olive Pierce Middle School said he saw "a bunch of cops, a few fire trucks and ambulances and a bunch of people trying to calm" a woman at the scene.
Other agencies involved in the attempted rescue included the Ramona Fire Department, the Sheriff's Department and a crisis management team from Poway. The men, Todd C. Degeneffe, 35, of Green Bay and James S. Agnes Hospital with significant burns, said Lt. Both men were listed in fair condition this morning at St. Agnes Hospital. A back hoe operated by an employee of the sewer utility company struck and broke a 2-inch gas main about 1 p. The company is installing a new sanitary sewer line for St.
Peter Sanitary District. Two other workers in the trench were not injured. About homes were without natural gas for about two hours while the line was repaired by Alliant Energy crews. When Town of Calumet firefighters arrived, flames were leaping 8 to 10 feet out of the four-foot wide by foot deep trench, said Fire Chief Lee Gilgenbach. The injured men had already been removed, he said.
We were lucky because we were able to identify the source. Town of Calumet was assisted by Mount Calvary firefighters. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expected to inspect the site today and investigate the accident. Michael Meshraky was killed in Owosso Tuesday when the ground caved in on him. ABC12's Taryn Asher had more of the details. Around 3 p. Tuesday, he was at a site, working to dig a sewer line when the dirt walls collapsed, burying him alive.
Mershaky's coworker quickly directed emergency crews to his construction site on Arrow head Lane in Owosso. Firefighters worked to dig Mershaky out and rushed him to the hospital, but it was too late. Mershaky's grandmother and the rest of his family want to know what caused the cave in. That's why Wilson says state workplace safety investigators has been called in. With 25 years experience, Shiawassee County Drain Commissioner Bernard Butcher says in his opinion the dirt slopes at the site were too steep.
MIOSHA is investigationg the incident to find out what happened and what laws may have been violated. We're told that investigation could take several weeks. AP -- The Occupational Health and Safety Administration is investigating a Millbrook construction site where a worker died last week when a trench collapsed on him. Steve Owens, 40, of Tyler died Friday while working in a subdivision, police reports said. Owens was working for Liberty Construction of Montgomery.
Company officials could not be reached for comment. Police reports said crews weren't using a trench box at the time of the accident. Federal regulations require the sides of a trench be supported when workers are in place, or that a trench box be used to protect the workers in case of a collapse. Highway 89 was closed all morning, much to the surprise of commuters.
And parts of highway 89 are still closed. Part of the problem is construction crews were installing a sewer line and dug a trench, only to see it begin to collapse. It looked like rush hour-- at noon. Workers would have to tear up the asphalt and repave.
It was supposed to reopen at 5 am. The detour is at the Farmington exit. If you take Main Street, you can get back on 89 at Cherry Hill. If you're heading north, you can stay on I and take the Kaysville exit. A reminder that Lagoon Drive is also closed. UDOT says this project will help ease traffic in Davis County, so the headaches now will be worth it in the long run. Workers accidentally sliced through a fiber-optic data cable used by Dallas-based Allegiance Telecom Inc.
The accident, which occurred at about a. Allegiance began to restore service by late afternoon, with the help of Veroxity Technology Partners Inc. Randy Brandenburg, Boston. Unfortunately, the domain name service DNS computer for the site was still operated by Allegiance, and was knocked offline. A DNS computer is part of a global network of machines that direct visitors to the correct Web servers. If DNS is down, it doesn't matter whether the Web server is working, because Internet users will have no way of reaching the server.
Brandenburg said that Boston. Next month the site was to adopt a new system that included its own DNS computer. But the cable cut ''got in 16 or 17 days ahead of us,'' said Brandenburg. That's because the Internet's entire DNS network must be told how to contact the new DNS computer, and the worldwide directory is updated only once a day. Fortunately, Veroxity came to the rescue, lending megabits of data-carrying capacity to Allegiance.
Gas explosion destroys home By Town Crier staff Santa Clara County firefighters extinguish flames at a Cupertino home that exploded after utility workers accidentally punctured a gas line while working on a home down the street near the Los Altos border May 6.
Gas from the damaged gas line filled the house and ignited when it came into contact with a lit pilot light, authorities said. The explosion nearly leveled the home. Nobody was injured in the explosion. The owner told local news stations that he had left for the store to purchase a box of screws for a project he was working on just before the disaster occurred. Since the break was closer to Jackson Street than to Monroe Street, authorities shut down Jackson until the gas flow was stopped.
No one was injured in the hour-long ordeal. It could not be determined this morning which construction crew caused the break. The construction crew were he worked continues its job replacing a city of Memphis sewer line. They are working in a tunnel underneath railroad tracks near Wells Station Road and Chelsea. The injured construction worker is identified as 48 year old Gldino Santiana. The owner of White Contracting, where he worked says Santiana stepped in a hole and got his leg caught on a auger.
The auger is used to clear dirt out of the tunnel. And, that's what it is. When he stepped off in it. The drill bit or auger pressed his leg against the exterior tube or casing and that's what cut his foot off,"says Charlie White. White says santiana worked for his company for about 5 months and knew his job well. This he says is just a horrible accident.
Everybody knows the auger is there. They know it's dangerous. We try to watch these people and unfortunately it just happened,"says White. White says those who continue to work on the job a day after the accident know the job can sometimes be dangerous. Unfortunately, in our business we're around a lot of heavy machinery and equipment. It doesn't happen often, but sometimes it does happen,"says White. Doctors had hoped to reattach the part of Santiana's severed leg but they couldn't.
However according to physicians, it is better for him that he amputated his leg below the knee than above it. It's makes the fitting of a prosthesis a little easier. A casual labourer who was digging a well inside a candy factory in Old Washermanpet on Sunday was buried alive when the sand wall collapsed on him, due to the lack of proper safety procedures. The mishap, reported to have occurred at around 2. Ramakrishnan, dug the well with three others including his wife, Shanti, inside a candy factory on Telugu Chetty Street to a depth of around 15 feet.
Another labourer, Janardhanan, was also caught when the sand caved in but he was rescued as he was above Ramakrishnan. The Fire and Rescue services said they received the rescue call at 2. Even while Janardanan was rescued immediately with the help of the locals, Ramakrishnan was already buried under four feet of sand. A police team headed by the Deputy Commissioner Washermanpet , A. Maurya, said the owner of the factory, A.
Natarajan, had not acquired proper permission with Metrowater to sink the well nside the factory premises. Natarajan has been arrested. The police were not willing to accept the statement that the well was being dug for rainwater harvesting purposes. Clearly, the well was being dug inside a roofed factory premises, the officer added. Bakthavatchalam, determined that the well was dug up without placing concrete sleeves along the circumference of the well to prevent the sand from sliding in.
Meanwhile, tension was building on the street outside with a large crowd gathering to witness what was going on. For the public, it was almost a replay of the accident in another North Chennai locality, Mannadi in August when six-year-old Tamilmani died after falling into an incomplete open bore well. The police tried to pacify the crowd and even prevented some of Ramakrishnan's relatives and colleagues who were willing to risk an accident and get into the well. By p. The public were not allowed to pass through the street.
Only a few political volunteers and the local councillor, Vannai Ganapathy ward 9 were present. The body was transferred to a waiting ambulance and taken to the Stanley Hospital for post mortem. Meanwhile, the local residents pointed out that the acute water scarcity was prevailing in the region and wondered what precautions would need to be taken, as more wells would be sunk in the coming months.
Nita Lunsford, 32, of New Lebanon, was working at the De Sales Plaza construction site, at the intersection of Madison and Woodburn in Walnut Hills, when an old foundation collapsed around her. Lunsford, who works for Reece-Campbell Construction Company, was stuck in between two walls 12 feet below ground while rescuers worked to dig her out. The rescue took more than two and a half hours because Urban Search and Rescue crews had to shore up the ground around Lunsford to keep the old foundation from collapsing more.
Lunsford's main injury was to her left leg, which was the only part of her body that had become trapped. She was alert and talking with emergency crews during the entire rescue which ended at p. Lunsford's sister was on the scene during the rescue and called her a 'strong woman who has been through a tough ordeal.
Other utility workers quickly dug the men out. Glanzman said the hole was dug correctly, with the sides shored up and reinforced. She said the ground in the area had been dug up before, and combined with the rain, made the ground soft. Construction Site Accident Causes Explosion May 7 — A bizarre accident at a construction site in Cupertino ended with an explosion and a fire that burned down the house next door. It happened at Imperial and Granada avenues around Wednesday afternoon.
The fire department says a construction worker hit a gas main with a backhoe and vapors drifted to the house next door. The explosion was a shock to everyone. One woman was injured with minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital. A male with minor injuries was treated at the scene.
Lansing School District employees were installing playground equipment at Beekman, Wabash Road, when they broke the 2-inch pipe about a. Beekman students were on buses when the accident happened and never entered the school, said district spokesman Mark Mayes.
Beekman students were taken to Forest View about a quarter mile from the center, but officials detected gas there as well. Beekman students were taken home, but if a parent wasn't home they were taken to the Hill Center. Both schools are expected to re-open Thursday, Mayes said. Young was in the trench when it started to cave in about 11 a. Rescuers reached Young's body about p.
Workers used hand shovels and could only remove 5-pound buckets of dirt at a time or risk another collapse, Stanaland said. Young's body was removed from the ditch about p. Ron Watkins, a safety specialist for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, said that large of a trench should have some kind of shoring.
Dirt samples removed from the ditch will be analyzed, he said. Young was part of a crew from HMS Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning that was installing the sewer line for a building under construction, Stanaland said. Construction Cave In Wednesday, April 30, Tense moments at a local construction site,as rescue workers are called to assist an injured man. A contruction worker was rescued from a trench after a cave-in at a construction site this morning.
The site was located near north St. Louis and Zora Avenue in Joplin.
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In betting, odds represent the ratio between the amounts staked by parties to a wager or bet. Thus, odds of 3 to 1 mean the first party the bookmaker stakes three times the amount staked by the second party the bettor. At the most basic level, betting provides you with the ability to predict the outcome of a certain event.
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