Two sent to hospital following plow truck involved crash in Oneonta

first_imgIt is unknown what the current conditions of the people are or what caused the crash. The fire department says that one of the patients was heavily entrapped in the vehicle and they say that they took 20 minutes to remove the person from the vehicle. ONEONTA (WBNG)- A pickup truck crashed into a plow truck on Sunday night in Oneonta causing two people to be sent to the hospital. The crash happened around 9 p.m. between exits 13 and 14 causing the left lane of the highway to be closed. The EMS crew then immediately jumped into action to care for the two people on the scene.center_img According to the Oneonta fire department, the crash was first noticed by the Sidney EMS who was traveling through the area after dropping off a patient at a local hospital. Stay with 12 News for further updates. Both people were transported to area trauma centers by both the Oneonta and Sidney ambulances. last_img read more

President Granger unveils Patron’s Scoreboard and Monument at Rose Hall

first_imgPRESIDENT David Granger recently unveiled the Patron’s Scoreboard, and a Monument, constructed in memory of the fifty-seven freed slaves who purchased Rose Hall Village in 1842 from European Planter John Henry Baird.The two projects are part of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, MS support towards the 175th Anniversary of Rose Hall Village.Delivering the feature address at the 175th Anniversary of Rose Hall Village at the Area ‘H’ Ground, the President, who is also the honorary Patron of RHTY&SC, said “I am proud to be present here today to commission the 175th Monument and the Patron’s Scoreboard.The Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club and its nine cricket teams during the period July to September, organised a series of activities for President Granger’s birth anniversary, including the Patron’s Green Economy tournament, the unveiling of the scoreboard, distribution of school bags, exercise books, bicycles and cricket gear.Regional Chairman David Armogan assists President David Granger to commission the 175th Anniversary Monument.Club Secretary Hilbert Foster stated that the monument would serve as a permanent reminder to residents of Rose Hall Town of the vision of the 57 founding fathers who laid the foundation for the present generation to build on.The monument was designed by the Rose Hall Town Pepsi Under-19 team, and constructed with assistance of the Guyana Prison Service.The scoreboard was constructed by the cricket teams, and was designed by the Farfan & Mendes Under-15 and the Bakewell Under-17 teams.The scoreboard, located at the Area ‘H’ Ground, was constructed at the cost of $150 000.The club for 2017 has so far completed a total of 525 programmes/activities.last_img read more