The girl, who was hit by train in Adelai Adelaide
A teenage girl struggles for her life after she had been hit by a train at the southwestern train station in Adelaide, and emergency services work to save her. Police and ambulance departed on Thursday at Woodlands Park Rail Station in Edwardstown after news that a pedestrian had been struck. The local police were the first to arrive at the place and provided first aid until the paramedics came and emergency services worked to free the girl from the train. The girl was taken to the hospital in critical condition, now her health is getting better. The railway line was closed for a while, but has already reopened.
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Wife-killer accused Peter Rex Dancie participated in “hot” online chats with two women and was ready to go to China with a bag of sex toys at once after his wife’s death, which can now be detected. In his opening remarks in May, prosecutor Jim Pearce said that Mr. Dancie looked in the Internet for 'sex role-playing games', in some weeks after killing his wife Helen Dancie. This evidence was hidden at the time, but Supreme Court Justice David Lovell canceled the order today. Mr. Dancy is charged of killing his wife by drowning her in a basin in the Veale Gardens, in the southern parkland of Adelaide in 2017.
Court said, Mr Dancie communicated with some Rosa and Sophia in the Internet. He had already booked tickets to China to see one of her, when police went through his house and found the suitcase, full of sex toys and other indecent things.
Three cases of salmonellosis appeared in South Australians, who ate food of CORE Powerfoods frozen foods 2 dazs after the national recall. Fay Jenkins, Director of Food and Controlled Medicines at SA Health, said the reason people had not been warned by SA Health until today was that the recall was expired by Victoria and there were a lot of media outlets about it.
Last month, a similar frozen food supplier, Flagstaff’s frozen food, withdrew the food, and SA Health’s warning today was to eliminate confusion.
After confirming that all damaged stocks have been removed from the shelves throughout the state, SA Health asks people with CORE Powerfoods in the freezer on the indicated dates to throw them away or to bring them to the place of purchase to return money. Fifteen cases of salmonella associated with recall at the national level have been reported.
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The journalist Charles Brice, who was paralyzed by a motorcycle accident nearly 10 years ago, did a grandiose drive with a manual drive to raise money for research on spinal injuries. Early in the morning, he arrived at Victoria Adelaide’s park in his modified pedal-driven car, receiving encouraging feedback from expecting relatives and friends. Brice said, it was hard drive, he is exhausted but happy, because of his family and relatives' support. He drove 300 km with other drivers, the same distance he took from the place of accident to Adelaide's hospital in 2010. He was injured hardly after the crash, s a result he got severed spinal cord and broken neck and lost the opportunity to walk. Brice spent 2 months in the hospital and more than a year in rehabilitation, and the doctors told him that he would begin to paralyze.
A squad of riders reached the finish line at Victoria Park in Adelaide this afternoon, and the trip raised over $ 70,000. Brice hopes that money can help with research that can help him and other people walk again.
A group of cyber-detectives from Adelaide took out a “hackathon" of missing persons, finding a large amount of information to investigate the police. There haven't been events like this in Australia yet, they were only in the US and Canada, there they helped to find missing people. It was attended by over 350 “ethical hackers” who gathered in 10 locations across the country to get information on 12 cases of colds in Australia. The Adelaide team found 97 new cases to be provided to the police for investigation. Team member Ben Cornish said social media provides the greatest opportunity to search for new information.
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The family of a woman who was wounded in the heart by a knife in Victoria is thrilled that the jury found her killer guilty. A 52-year-old woman Karen Ashcroft was stabbed to death at her friend’s house in Maryborough, north of Ballarat, last May after the meeting. After two days of consideration, Supreme Court jurors found Ben Wardlow guilty of her murder today.
There was no doubt that Wardlow killed the grandmother, but the jury had to decide whether he intended to kill her or vigorously injure her, moreover he took drugs and alcohol then.
After the murder Wardlow had been arrested on a nearby street a few hours later and taken to a hospital to treat an injury, made by himself. Medical tests showed that he had methamphetamine in his blood. Wardlaw must return to court at a later date for a preliminary hearing.
The temperature in Victoria is rising now, so strong winds, up to 120 km/h, are blowing these days through Melbourne and the state. This happened after Melbourne had reached its maximum temperature of 27 degrees during the night with winds bringing a mixture of clouds and dust to cover the capital as the heat decreases. The covering of clouds hanging over the city is expected to break later this day.
“This is a bit of a mixed bag. Spring is often very variable. We often see these early morning changes in the spring. But of course it’s a very warm night, ”said Michael Efron, senior meteorologist. He informed, that dust has come from New South Wales and South Australia, where it has been dry for quite long, so these heavy winds simply bring it to Victoria. A warning about a serious fire hazard has been reported for Mallee. Thunderstorms and rains in different parts of the state are also possible before the weekend, and snow is possible in the mountains.