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Behind the namesThe name Dakota Horizon was chosen in recognition of the 125th anniversary of the Dakota Territory becoming North and South Dakota, through the interactions of many individuals,” Gosling said, the second sliding medal tie in these games after they finished in 3:16. but police said he was conscious when taken from the scene to a Duluth hospital. Red River High School,m. firefighters were called to a report of smoke at Colonial Court Apartments in the 1300 block of Kruse Street said Mark Erickson assistant chief of the South Metro Fire Department Firefighters found a fire in a third-floor apartmentFirefighters made entry into the apartment and found an unresponsive man He was taken outside where medical treatment was performed then taken to Regions Hospital in St Paul and later pronounced dead His name has yet to be releasedThe fire was contained to one apartment and residents were able to return to their homes Erickson said“It was not a big fire” he saidInvestigators did not find anything that would point to the fire being suspicious he saidThe cause of the fire and cause of death remain under investigationA man who was caught speeding at 101 mph as his wife was about to give birth in the passenger seat has been slapped with a fineDespite a public outcry for the dad who was doing his best in an emergency situation Louis Baker 30 was given five points on his licence and fined £390 – but it could have been as much as £2500According to The Metro Louis was caught by a speeding camera zooming down the M5 back in April before transporting his wife Laura to Worcestershire Royal Hospital where their son Ellis was bornCredit: Louis BakerAlthough Louis started off at a normal pace when the contractions really started to kick in he put his foot down on the wheel Luckily the baby was delivered safely but more trouble came afterwardsThe dad was prosecuted for the speeding by Safer Roads Partnership – a joint force team for Warwickshire and West Mercia Police – and after the story was highlighted in the media a public backlash saw many protesting the charges One Twitter user wrote: "Surely common sense should prevail He was trying to save lives for goodness sake" while another commented: "More bureaucracy gone mad he should be given an award for heroism not points on his license"A poll conducted by Birmingham Live found that 52% of people believe he should not have been fined Nevertheless he was handed the charges at Kidderminster magistrates courtHis partner Laura told BirminghamLive: "Court went as well as it could do Louis has been fined £390 and had five points on licence"Better than the £2500 and six points – but still a horrible ordeal hanging over our heads for the last six months"Laura previously revealed how the pair were worried about getting to the hospital as quick as possible as scans had shown their baby stopped growing at 36 weeks and so any delay couldve been crucialCredit: Louis BakerShe added: "We didnt want to delay getting to the hospital I told Louis I was having contractions and we got in the car – we had about a half-hour journey down the M5 southbound"I started to get very worried because the contractions were speeding up They were coming every two minutes"My daughter had been born in 11 minutes so because of that we really thought our new baby could come really quickly"Louis drove at 70mph for most of the journey but towards the end because of the intensity of the contractions I really thought the baby was coming"I was a bit all over the place with the pain and he sped up and was flashed at 101 mph on the very last bit of the journey"Louis wasnt concentrating on his speed at that point he was trying to stay safe on the road and get me to hospital as quickly as possible"Although many were quick to criticise Safer Roads Partnership for prosecuting Louis the organisation previously defended its actions in a statement that said: "Due to the speed involved this case is being referred directly to the Magistrates Court"The independent magistrates will take into account any mitigation presented when determining their decision on the matter" Topics: NewsThe Grand Forks State’s Attorney Office has declined criminal charges against Trista Curry and Michael Soyring The two were involved in a March 25 crash on Interstate 29 that caused the death of Curry’s two sons 1-year-old Maxwell and 9-year-old Camden Her 3-year-old daughter Avalon also suffered injuries in the crashThe state’s attorney’s office concluded that Soyring 50 of Fargo was operating the semi he was driving in a reasonable manner taking into consideration road and weather conditions a press release from the office stated There was no evidence of excess speed or other driving violations according the state’s attorney office There was also no evidence of distracted driving on his part and post-crash inspections revealed no equipment problems the release statedThe investigation also revealed that Curry 30 of Fargo had properly seated and restrained her children and there was no evidence of distracted driving on her partThe rear tires on the vehicle she was operating were considerably worn and borderline for winter use according the press release But it is unclear whether the tire condition contributed to the accident It is also unclear whether or not she was attempting to pass"What is clear is that road and weather conditions had deteriorated greatly that morning" the release saidTaking all factors into consideration the state’s attorney’s office declined criminal charges against either driver The facts and circumstances do not rise to a level of culpability which would require criminal prosecution the release saidTuesday Grand Cities Children’s Choir auditions 4:30-7 pm,(SYDNEY) Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered a formal apology on Monday to Australia’s victims of child sex abuse,000 hectares disappearing that year. the unions are to take back the conclusions of the conciliation meeting to their respective members and workers in order to be apprised of the development and the outcome of the meeting.

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