An elevator at a construction site behind Malang Islamic University (Unisma) Hospital in East Java has fallen from the fourth floor, killing four out of the 11 construction workers inside.The incident occurred on Tuesday at 12.30 p.m. local time at the site, built to expand the Islamic hospital, which is located in Dinoyo subdistrict, Lowokwaru district, Malang.Budi Santoso, the hospital’s security coordinator, said he had heard a loud noise coming from the construction site when he was at the building that day. “There were 11 victims in the accident; we evacuated six people with injuries, four that were killed and one who survived [without any injuries],” Budi said on Tuesday as quoted by tribunnews.com. Malang Police criminal investigation division head Adj. Comr. Azi Pratas Gusiptu confirmed the incident.He added that officers were still investigating the cause of the fall.“We still don’t know if it was caused by human error or other reasons, but we will question some of the witnesses, including the project supervisor,” Azi said on Tuesday as quoted by kompas.com. (mfp)Topics :
Briana Day strutted toward the Syracuse bench after a timeout with her eyes peered into an almost-empty Carrier Dome crowd. The center’s teammates gathered to talk strategy, but Day wandered for a moment near the end of the SU bench. Somewhere she was searching for an answer.It never came.On Thursday night at the Carrier Dome, Miami (17-7, 7-4 Atlantic Coast) feasted for 44 points in the paint — many against Day directly — and cruised to an 85-71 victory over No. 23 Syracuse (17-8, 7-5). Though SU’s centers shot 50 percent from the field and missed just one free throw, they combined for seven turnovers and five fouls.“There’s no way you can win a game giving up 44 points in the paint,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “That’s not a formula to win a basketball game.”Just 42 seconds into the game, Day had already committed two turnovers — the second of which was a three-second violation that Miami answered with a Suriya McGuire 3-pointer.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEight minutes later, when Day looked into the stands after her second foul, SU trailed 17-12, and the center had four turnovers that led to five Hurricane points.“You gotta be kidding me,” Hillsman yelled in the general direction of Day, Taylor Ford and Brianna Butler, before calling for reserve center Bria Day to sub in for her sister.“I felt I was letting my team down,” Briana Day said after the game.But a minute later, Hurricanes forward Khaila Prather scored around Bria Day with a move that made the SU center’s headband fly off. Prather scored again a minute later with a strong move, giving Miami a 23-14 lead with nine minutes to go in the half.Six minutes later, Bria Day corralled rebounds on two Alexis Peterson misses on the same possession, but failed to make a layup put back attempt.On the ensuing possession, Butler fouled Miami guard Adrienne Motley, putting the Hurricanes guard on the free-throw line. But thinking possession had changed in SU’s favor, Day headed up-court to play offense.“Bria, come on!” Hillsman yelled.“My b,” the center responded, putting her head down and rushing to her position in the paint.Day was taken out moments later and replaced by SU’s third-string center, Amber Witherspoon. The Hurricanes took advantage of the freshman, scoring its final four points of the half with two easy layups from Erykah Davenport.Miami head coach Katie Meier said after the game that the Hurricanes ran a lineup with two post players for “maybe two minutes,” but spaced the floor with multiple four-guard lineups, allowing room for its centers inside. The coach also attributed its 49 percent field goal percentage on Briana Day being in foul trouble.Day made four free throws early in the second half to chip at UM’s lead but, once again, the miscues and mistakes outshined any positive plays from the SU centers.“We can’t have 16 turnovers and (Briana) has five of them,” Hillsman said. “That’s not acceptable. She has to do a better job.”As a sign of the night that was, Day missed Syracuse’s second free throw with 2:54 left in regulation, all but putting the game out of reach with the Orange trailing by nine.And with SU struggling mightily with its post defense, that’s as close as SU would come.“They were just walking in the paint and turning around and shooting layups,” Hillsman said. “It really wasn’t anything too tricky … We’re in the best conference in the country. If you give any post player in this conference that deep a catch, they’re going to make shots.” Comments Published on February 12, 2015 at 9:20 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+
AD vs HAS match predictionAs per our AD vs HAS match prediction, HAS will be favourites to win the game and settle the series.Note: The AD vs HAS Dream11 match prediction is based on our own analysis. The AD vs HAS Dream11 team selection does not guarantee positive results. (COVER IMAGE: HOUSTON ASTROS / TWITTER) Written By Suraj Alva COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US Last Updated: 5th August, 2020 20:25 IST AD Vs HAS Dream11 Prediction, Team, Top Picks, Preview, MLB 2020 Live AD vs HAS Dream11 prediction: Arizona Diamondbacks will play Houston Astros at Chase Field as they look to wrap up the series in their second outing. WATCH US LIVE Arizona Diamondbacks (AD) will battle it out against Houston Astros (HAS) in the second game of the three-game Major League Baseball (MLB) series. The game will be played at Chase Field on Wednesday night (Thursday, August 6 at 6:40 AM IST). Here is our AD vs HAS Dream11 prediction and AD vs HAS Dream11 team.Also Read: Altuve, Correa Homer, Astros Tag Bumgarner, Diamondbacks 8-2AD vs HAS live: AD vs HAS Dream11 prediction and previewHouston Astros will be coming into the second game after roughing up Diamondbacks in the first of the series. Astros won the first game 8-2 thanks to some splendid performances from Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa who hit solo homers and George Springer, who added a two-run double. Houston will look to wrap up the series by winning the second game.Also Read: Retooled Marlins Triumphant In Return, Beat Orioles 4-0AD vs HAS Dream11 prediction: AD vs HAS Dream11 team, full squadsAD vs HAS Dream11 prediction: AD vs HAS Dream11 team: AD squadKole Calhoun, Jon Jay, Tim Locastro, Starling Marte, David Peralta, Cick Ahmed, Kevin Cron, Eduardo Escobar, Jake Lamb, Ketel Marte, Wyatt Mathisen, Josh Rojas, Ildemaro Vargas, Christian Walker, Andy Young, Milvino Bracho, Archie Bradley, Madison Bumgarner, Andrew Chafin, Taylor Clarke, Stefan Crichton, Jon Duplantier, Zac Gallen, Kevin Ginkel, Junior Guerra, Merrill Kelly, Yoan Lopez, Corbin Martin, Joel Payamps, Robbie Ray, Hector Rondon, Riley Smith, Bo Takahashi, Emilio Vargas, Luke Weaver, Taylor Widener, Alex Young, Joe Mantiply, Sarson Kelly, Stephen Vogt, John Hicks.Also Read: Piscotty Hits A’s 2nd Walkoff Slam This Year, Beats RangersAD vs HAS Dream11 prediction: AD vs HAS Dream11 team: HAS squadYordan Alvarez, Michael Brantley, Josh Reddick, George Springer, Myles Straw, Kyle Tucker, Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, Carlos Correa, Aledmys Diaz, Yuli Gurriel, Taylor Jones, Jack Mayfield, Abraham Toro, Bryan Abreu, Rogelio Armenteros, Brandon Bailey, Joe Biagini, Brandon Bielak, Chris Devenski, Kent Emanuel, Zack Greinke, Josh James, Cristian Javier, Lance McCullers, Roberto Osuna, Enoli Paredes, Brad Peacock, Cionel Perez, Ryan Pressly, Austin Pruitt, Nivaldo Rodriguez, Andre Scrubb, Cy Sneed, Blake Taylor, Jose Urquidy, Framber Valdez, Justin Verlander, Dustin Garneau, Martin Maldonado, Garrett StubbsAlso Read: Márquez Strikes Out 9, Rockies Beat Giants 5-2AD vs HAS live: AD vs HAS probable lineupsAD vs HAS live: AD vs HAS probable line-up: ADKole Calhoun, Jon Jay, Tim Locastro, Starling Marte, David Peralta, Cick Ahmed, Kevin Cron, Eduardo Escobar, Jake LambAD vs HAS live: AD vs HAS probable line-up: HASKyle Tucker, Yordan Alvarez, Jose Altuve, Taylor Jones, Lance McCullers, Martin Maldonado, Michael Brantley, George Springer, Carlos CorreaAD vs HAS Dream11 team LIVE TV First Published: 5th August, 2020 20:25 IST
Consumable items such as cookie bouquets and champagne as well as the bronze statue of Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt Sr. were not taxed, though the team later admitted that they should have been.Because taxpayers paid for $250 million of the $375 million price tag to renovate the stadium more than 10 years ago, the Administrative Hearing Commission now says the Chiefs need to pay back the taxes for the more unnecessary items. Related News The Chiefs’ could be opening their pocketbook wide after a Missouri state agency claimed the team owes almost $1 million in back taxes, the Kansas City Star reported.According to a state panel that sorts out disputes with state agencies in Missouri, the Chiefs owe $930,000 in back taxes plus interest from purchases related to their renovations of Arrowhead Stadium. Sreenivasa Rao Dandamudi, the commissioner of the panel, said the Chiefs should have owed more, but because the primary vendor for that part of the project, Ghostfire Design Inc., is based in Missouri, it had been assessed for used taxes — which is for out-of-state vendors — the Chiefs can’t be hit with a higher owed number.“This commission is unable to hold the team liable for sales taxes on purchases from Ghostfire without a (tax) assessment by the Department of Revenue,” Dandamudi wrote in his assessment. Super Bowl 53: Maroon 5 cancels news conference The discovery of the taxes owed is from a 2014 audit, when the revenue department said $23 million in purchased items were “improperly claimed” from 2008-10. Items such as leotards for cheerleaders, autographed footballs, a framed jersey of Bills Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas, weight equipment, televisions and lockers were not taxed.The Chiefs denied they owed $1.8 million in delinquent taxes and late fees, and it took three years for the case to finally reach a hearing. Even with the evidence supporting the state’s case, the Chiefs plan to appeal the decision.The team also plans to move forward with more renovations amounting to $10 million before the start of next season.