The Buick continued toward the store and struck a large metal service door to the right of the main entrance. The car also smashed through part of a wall to the right of the service door. The car apparently hit Chavez near a support pillar, which may have contributed to him losing part of his leg, Daly said. Chavez had been near a cash register where shoppers pay for their food, he said. Two members of the military who were in the store came to his aid. Two police officers quickly arrived, one from the Gaithersburg Police Department and the other from the county police, Daly said.
Because it was just a knot covering his, basically, you know what Im saying! I was definitely prepared to do anything. But the costumer said Well we cant have you in nothing so Im kind of covered up. Finnick and Katniss are brought together for the 75th Hunger Games, otherwise known as the 3rd Quarter Quell, in which past champions must go back to the arena to compete. Finnicks good looks and obvious fitness make him popular with the capital and a natural ladies man. From the fishing district, he won his first Hunger Games at 14 with a net and a trident.
All lies: Dan was told during a live segment of the show that he is now immune from eviction, although that is not the case Lucky escape: Jack and Joe were nearly chosen after their performance in the diary room, but had a narrow escape Upset? Callum seemed disappointed that he was not chosen for the safe house, but will be relieved when he finds out the truth Clearly unaware that the person that they chose will also face eviction, Sam and Sophie discussed who they liked the most. Discussing their favourite people, the friends decided that it was down to Dan, Callum and the twins. The three housemates were then brought into the diary room to be questioned, with twins Jack and Joe asked the first one. ‘If I could get someone out of the house it would be Dexter,’ they said as they were asked who they’d like to evict. ‘But I think it might be Callum who goes.’ ‘Do you think that the diary room conversations that we’re having will be played to Sam and Sophie later,’ speculated Dan in the garden later on. Sam and Sophie choose Dan unaware they will now all be up for…
MOBILE, Alabama A new park for skateboarders at Public Safety Memorial Park along Airport Boulevard will cost taxpayers $400,000, but is expected to become a draw for skateboarders throughout the Southeast. That was the message during a morning news conference at the midtown Mobile park in which skateboard enthusiasts joined with Mobile Mayor Sam Jones to announce the construction of the 8,661-square-foot facility. “I think once it is done, it will be something everyone in the community can be proud of,” Jones said. The Mobile City Council within the next two or three weeks will vote on a $400,000 appropriation to build a park out of full concrete, poured in place construction that is considered more durable and of higher quality than cheaper materials. The park will also feature a six-foot “deep bowl” feature that is not offered at other skating parks within the region. Jewell Cullen, leader of a grass-roots effort to bring the skate park to Mobile, said the design will be something that draws skateboarders from around the Southeast.
Sam Hornish Jr. turns fastest lap in qualifying Karissa Shannon Sam Jones for Nationwide’s STP 300
12 Ford. It was Hornishs first Nationwide pole since Watkins Glen last August. Hornish was followed by defending race winner Elliott Sadler, whose fastest lap was 178.265 mph. Sadler won this race last year despite an illness. Austin Dillon, Matt Crafton and Travis Pastrana round out the top five.