Huntington Man Dies After Crashing Into House

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 76-year-old Huntington man who died this weekend after driving his truck into a house is believed to have suffered a medical emergency before the crash occurred, Suffolk County police said.James A. Burke was driving a Ford Ranger pickup truck eastbound on East 3rd Street in Huntington Station when his vehicle veered off the road, went through a fence and struck a house at 11:50 a.m. on  Saturday, police said.The victim was taken to Huntington Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Second Squad detectives impounded the vehicle, are continuing the investigation, and ask anyone with information on the crash to call them at 631-854-8252.last_img read more

"Huntington Man Dies After Crashing Into House"

Charles blasts 81 off 71 balls in Windies practice match

first_imgPOTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa, (CMC) – Opener Johnson Charles warmed up for next week’s Tri-Nations Series with an up tempo half-century, as West Indies wrapped up their week-long camp here yesterday.In a practice game against provincial side North West Dragons on Friday, the right-handed Charles slammed 82 off 71 deliveries as West Indies rallied to 257 for eight off 40 overs.Wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowrich was imperious in an unbeaten 41 off 28 balls while Shai Hope scored 32 and Jonathan Carter, 31.West Indies were 55 for two after Kraigg Brathwaite (12) and Evin Lewis (0) fell cheaply but Charles put on 76 for the third wicket with Carter, to revive the innings.While Charles blasted 11 fours and two sixes, Carter’s knock was a patient one, requiring 62 deliveries and including two fours.Both fell within 15 runs of each other leaving Hope, Dowrich and Carlos Brathwaite (25) to provide the finishing touches to the innings.Hope struck a four and two sixes off 31 balls while Dowrich faced just 28 balls and counted two fours and two sixes.Brathwaite, meanwhile, belted three fours and a six, in a whirlwind 12-ball knock.Off-spinner Eden Links was the best bowler with two for 27.In reply, Dragons were on course for victory at 216 for three after 34 overs when thunderstorms in the area ended the contest prematurely.Right-hander Andre Malan was unbeaten on 87 from 79 deliveries with 12 fours and a six and was involved in an 80-run, fourth wicket stand with Marques Ackerman who was unbeaten on 40 from 27 balls.Opener Janneman Malan had earlier stroked a measured 66 from 87 balls, including 10 fours and a six.West Indies will fly to Zimbabwe today to face the hosts and Sri Lanka in the Tri-Nations Series which runs from November 14-27.last_img read more

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