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2023.06.08 10:00 Brandianne79 I need help identifying the Hit skip driver who killed my husband 🙏
My husband was in a hit and run accident on May 13th. The suspect was driving an x5 BMW maybe the lci version and possibly a diesel. The suspect attempted to run a woman off the road minutes before the accident my husband was in. She has video of the BMW. There's pictures from a house camera before and after the accident. My husband went to get pizza and whatever this guy did when he passed my husband caused him to follow him.. my husband then TURNED around and headed back towards town the BMW turned around and followed him.. attempted 2 pass him.. there was an oncoming car.. the BMW shoved my husband off the road. He hit an embankment.. airborne about 30 yards.. hit a house, started rolling about 50 yards to the next house, hit a tree and a parked car and was ejected. He sustained multiple life threatening injuries and a traumatic brain injury that caused his death. The accident was in La Rue Oh 43332 on rt 95 between LaRue and New Bloomington. It's been on the news. The Ohio State highway patrol is in charge of the investigation.. they got warrants for the cell towers and BMV records for what they think the car is... they've got nothing so far. I've posted a 1500 reward.. I'm afraid he's going to dump the car .. 😭💔submitted by Brandianne79 to Ohio [link] [comments]
The only positive thing out of this is that he was an organ donor and he saved some people 😭❤️
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2023.06.08 09:14 alphaannapurna Most Beautiful Lake In Nepal
Nepal has not only the tallest mountains in the world but also beautiful lakes in the Himalayan landscape. Nepal is also the second richest country in water resources in the world. In Nepal, you can find more than 6,000 rivers, 3,252 glaciers, and 2,323 glacial lakes. High mountains and glaciers are the source of rivers and lakes. The beauty of the lakes in the mountains and mid-slopes attracts tourists from all over the world. Nepal's high-altitude lakes have a religious significance, attracting pilgrims from all over the world. Although some of the lakes have their own beauty. Some of the lakes in Nepal are well known for their unique and remarkable features, registering world records. Here is a list of some popular lakes.submitted by alphaannapurna to u/alphaannapurna [link] [comments]
1. Rara Lake
Rara Lake, the largest lake in Nepal, is the most popular tourist destination in Nepal. This 2,990-meter-high lake offers a great hiking experience. The lake covers an area of 9.8 square kilometers in Rara National Park. Trekking to Rara Lake takes you deep into Nepal's countryside close to the Tibetan border. Unlike other trips, this trip is unique in itself. This trip may not appeal to a mountain lover, but it is undoubtedly an important trip. The road to Rara Lake is surrounded by small villages, pine, spruce, and juniper forests, quiet valleys, and beautiful landscapes. The journey to Rara Lake starts with a scenic flight to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. Then, start trekking through remote western Nepal, encountering remote areas and deserts. Chere Chaur, Chalachaur, Sinja Valley, and Ghorosingha are the main stops on the way to Rara Lake. The best time to visit Rara Lake is during spring. The beautiful weather and clear skies offer beautiful views and a promising atmosphere. This hike is considered a moderate-level hike, suitable for both novices and experienced hikers.
2. Gokyo Lake
Lake Gokyo, which consists of six glacier-fed lakes, at 5,000m, is the highest lake in the world. At an altitude of 4,700-5,000m, Lake Gokyo is a gem in the Everest region. The green waters of Gokyo attract hundreds of tourists and pilgrims every year. On the occasion of Janai Purnima, pilgrims take a holy bath in the lake. According to Hindu mythology, these lakes are the abode of 'Nag Devata'. It is said that about 7,000 tourists visit Gokyo Lake every year. The Gokyo Lakes Trail includes a hike up Gokyo Ri, a point in the Everest region. Gokyo Ri at 5,357m is famous for its magnificent views of Gokyo Valley, Gokyo Lakes, and mountains like Everest, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu. The route to Lake Gokyo follows the scenic Everest Base Camp Trek and crosses the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in Nepal. Travelers returning from the great pass of Renjo La, Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Dole, and Machhermo are the main stops along the route.
3. Tilicho Lake
Tilicho Lake in the Manang District of Nepal is the second-highest lake in the world. This lake in the Himalayas is also the most popular mountain trek in the Annapurna Circuit. Trekkers who attempt the famous Annapurna circuit go to Tilicho Lake to embrace its beauty and have a peaceful mind. Every year, thousands of travelers embark on a journey to Tilicho Lake. Tilicho Lake is near the beautiful city of Pokhara. The tour starts in Chame, in the Manang district. The Tilicho Lake trek passes through the famous stops of the Annapurna region such as Chame, Upper Pisang, Manang, Siri Kharka, and Tilicho Base Camp. The route includes grasslands, alpine valleys, plain farmlands, green hills, Buddhist temples, and picturesque villages. If you want to go on a trek to Tilicho Lake then it is about 10-12 days. The houses with thatched roofs and the influence of Tibetan culture are two different rewards that this trip has to offer. The best time to explore Tilicho Lake is during spring and autumn. It's a moderate to strenuous hike, perfect for those in good shape. However, novices, as well as experienced travelers, can do this trip. Your trip to Tilicho Lake offers breathtaking views of Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Gangapurna, and Dhaulagiri massif. Explore the beautiful Tilicho Lake and experience its beauty.
4. Gosaikunda Lake
Gosaikunda Lake, a sacred lake at 4,380 m, is located in the Rasuwa district of Nepal. Along with 108 other lakes nearby, Gosaikunda Lake attracts hundreds of pilgrims and Hindu devotees every year. According to Hindu mythology, this lake is the abode of Lord Shiva and Gauri. Most of the people came to this place in Janai Purnima festivals for a spiritual journey. Mountain ranges, picturesque villages, monasteries, lush green forests, and lush grasslands make the journey beautiful. One can reach the lake in just four days. The beautiful view of Mount Langtang, Mount Ganesh, Hiunchuli, Manaslu, and surrounding hills is the main attraction of Gosaikunda Lake. Gosaikunda Lake is a short and moderate trek in the Himalayas of Nepal that can be done by both novices and experienced trekkers. April to early June and September to November are considered the best months of the year to visit Gosaikunda Lake. Be wise; do not walk during monsoons and winter.
5. Shey Phoksundo Lake
Shey Phoksund Lake at 3,611.5m is a sacred lake for Buddhists and followers of the Bonpo religion. The sparkling Turquoise Lake of Poksundo is the jewel of Dolpo, attracting hundreds of tourists every year. The highest point in Lake Poksundo is the village of Ringmo which is a 30,000-40,000-year-old lake. You can see the Bon religion. You can explore Poksund Lake in 11 days from Kathmandu. The journey part starts from Dunai while the flight will go to Nepalgunj and Juphal. The road winds through Tibetan countryside, beautiful rhododendron forests, and beautiful scenery. Dunai, Chhepka, Ringmo, and Jhupal are the Poksundo Lake Trek route.
6. Fewa Lake
Phewa Lake is the second-largest lake in Nepal. It is a small lake surrounded by the Rani Ban waterfall and is truly awe-inspiring to reflect the Annapurna, Machhapuchre, and Dhaulagiri ranges. Whenever people came to Pokhara they visit this lake. In the center of the lake is the Tal Barahi temple, an important religious monument of Pokhara. The emerald color of the lake attracts nature lovers and photographers. The journey takes five to six hours by bus, and about 25 minutes by plane. Be sure to rent a boat or paddle and spend the day making the most of the lake. Or you can walk along the lake and take in the breathtaking view of the emerald Phewa Lake. Over the lake, you can visit Sarankot or the World Peace Stupa. You can explore this beautiful lake any time of the year.
7. Begnas Lake
Begnas Lake is another beautiful lake in Nepal. A lake in the southeast of Pokhara, Begnas Lake is undoubtedly a must-see in the center of Pokhara's tourism. The lake is the largest lake in Nepal and a famous place in Nepal. Hundreds of tourists go to Pokhara to explore this lake and especially to enjoy the amazing view of Annapurna and Manaslu from the lake. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu or enjoy the peace and quiet, visit Pokhara and discover this lake. As mentioned earlier, you can fly to Pokhara or take a road bus to Pokhara. The choice is yours. The lake is 30 minutes from Lakeside. The nearest bus station is the Milanchowk bus station. You can go on a long boat or paddle solo and enjoy the beauty of the lake and the peaks rising above the lake. Also, you can have a picnic with your family/friends by the lake.
8. Birendra Lake
Birendra Lake is on the Manaslu glacier in the Gorkha region of Nepal. Trekkers on the Manaslu Circuit Trek also spend their days visiting this lake. Birendra Lake is about 30 minutes from the famous Sama Gaon village. The crystal clear water and the mountainous back are what attract tourists to take a scenic trip to Birendra Lake. To reach the lake, you have to cross the well-trodden paths of Manaslu. This is a one-week trip to the lake from Barpak. Laprak, Khorla Besi, Jagat, Dang, Prok, Lho, and Sama Goan are the main towns for night rest. Considering the route, this is a moderate hike. Spring and fall are the best times to explore the lake. Most of this trip is hiking, so it is not recommended to do it in winter and monsoon.
These are the few beautiful lakes in Nepal but there are so many other beautiful lakes in Nepal. In fact, these lakes are the main attraction of Nepal, inviting thousands of trekkers, nature lovers, and tourists from all over the world.
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2023.06.08 08:50 moshpitrocker GPA Update on Power System Status Restoration June 8, 2023 Day 14 Since COR4
Guam Power Authority (GPA) continues its power restoration process and have made progress to its post-typhoon recovery. The crews are divided into sectors to systematically address grid repairs throughout the island. GPA will continue to provide an estimate recovery summary to summarize our restoration progress to the Island-Wide Power System (IWPS).submitted by moshpitrocker to guam [link] [comments]
Typhoon Mawar Recovery Summary As of 1:00 pm, THURSDAY June 8, 2023
IWPS System Load Restored (Customer Demand) 66.0% Customers Restored 48.8% Note: System Load (customer demand) percentage is higher than customer count because commercial and industrial loads are higher than residential loads.
Generation Capacity: 154MW of capacity online supporting 132MW load.
TODAY’S KEY OBJECTIVES INCLUDE: • Continue Phase II recovery effort by sweeping these feeders and restoring customers with minimal typhoon damage. • Continue to work on urgent, essential needs islandwide.
POST-TYPHOON RECOVERY PHASE II (June 6 – 13, 2023) In the second phase of the post-typhoon recovery, GPA crews are addressing three or more sectors (north, central, and south) to restore as many customers (with minimal storm damage) as possible per feeder. Those with significant damages will be addressed in Phase III recovery efforts.
Some areas of focus over the next 1 to 3 days include: • P-270: Liguan Terrace subdivision. • P-310: Harmon McDonald’s on to Route 1, including Taitano Road. • P-250: Ordot-Chalan Pago area. • P-280: Anigua substation towards Maina, and through to Asan valley. • P-261: Malojloj gas station down to Inalahan, and onto Malesso. • P-202: Route 1 from Tamuning substation to East Agana (old Nissan Motors). • P-220, P-221, P-222, P-223: Agat and Santa Rita villages and subdivisions • P-87, P-88, P-89: Dededo village work continues, including Ysengsong. • P-330, Y-331, Y-332: Yigo village work continues. • P-322: Alageta Street area, Dededo. • P-294: Mariano Street area, Mangilao. • P-46*: NCS area, Dededo *Heavy typhoon damaged feeders
GENERATION CAPACITY • Current operable capacity is 154MW which is adequate for today’s load of 132MW. • Work continues to dry out base load units (Piti 8 and Cabras 1), as they proceed toward being placed online at the earliest possible date. Cabras 2 expected to be online by this evening. Piti 8 may be online Friday, June 9.
GENERAL NOTIFICATIONS: • A fifteen (15) member line crew from Snohomish PUD, Washington arrives this evening, Thursday, June 8 to assist in recovery effort. This team will concentrate on the transmission system restoration in order to bring reliability back to pre-typhoon conditions. Transmission line restoration and redundancies are critical to a successful recovery. • The island-wide power system (IWPS) may be unstable, with fluctuating voltages, power interruptions and intermittencies occurring during restoration and recovery especially after a strong typhoon. Outages or interruptions may occur after power has been restored. This is not unusual as the grid is fragile and a period of system instability will occur until full restoration is completed. GPA will make every effort to have power restored as quickly as possible to its customers. Once full restoration is completed around the island, the system will stabilize and less power interruptions will occur. • Our priority is to restore energy back into your homes and businesses; and restore the island-wide power system online at full capacity. GPA linemen and support crews are working night and day for you, your families, and your businesses.
Si Yu’os Ma’åse’ for your patience and support.
2023.06.08 08:33 autotldr Tens of thousands set to attend Tel Aviv's 25th Pride Parade
With tens of thousands expected to attend Tel Aviv's Pride Parade, hundreds of police officers were deployed across the city from Thursday morning to ensure public safety and block roads as part of a massive law enforcement operation.
The march will be held on Thursday afternoon, with participants gathering at 4 p.m. and marching at 5 p.m. along the beachside route from the corner of Shalag Street and Hebert Samuel Boulevard, until the parade ends at Daniel Street at around 8 p.m. A number of roads in the area were closed from 6 a.m. Police said they will not allow parking along the parade route, have banned all weapons from the area, and have forbidden the flying of drones without prior permission.
The traditional party that typically takes place at the end of the parade will be held at Ganei Yehoshua in the north of the city on Friday from 12 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Some of Israel's biggest artists, including 2018 Eurovision winner Netta Barzilai, Ran Danker, Nunu, Ivri Lider and others are set to perform at the event.
"Our goal needs to be clear to every police officer and commander - that every participant in the parade tomorrow returns home safely, and with a smile," said Tel Aviv District Commander Amichai Eshed, after police completed their preparation for the events.
Over 170,000 people participated in last year's parade, which marched down Rokach Boulevard in the north of the city rather than along the traditional route in central Tel Aviv.
An estimated 30,000 people marched in the Jerusalem Pride Parade last week under tight security.
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2023.06.08 08:17 Think_Carpenter_360 How to Choose the Right Study Abroad Destination?
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How to Choose the Right Study Abroad Destination
In this article, we discuss How to Choose the Right Study Abroad Destination!
Sophie was a bright student with a passion for traveling. She always dreamed of studying abroad but had a hard time deciding where to go. There were so many options to choose from, and she didn't want to make the wrong choice. She knew choosing the right study-abroad destination was crucial for her academic and personal growth.
Sophie started researching different countries and universities, but she quickly realized that it wasn't as easy as she thought it would be. She was overwhelmed by the amount of information available online, and she didn't know how to narrow down her options. That's when she realized she needed a guide that would help her choose the right study-abroad destination.
Choosing the right study abroad destination is an important decision, and it can be a daunting task. There are many factors to consider, such as the country's culture, language, safety, academic programs, and cost of living. In this article, we will provide you with a guide to help you choose the right study-abroad destination. We will discuss the factors you need to consider to make an informed decision. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of how to choose the right study-abroad destination for you.
How to Choose the Right Study Abroad Destination? - Points to Consider While Choosing a Study Abroad DestinationChoosing the right study abroad destination can be a daunting task, but by considering several factors, you can make an informed decision that will enhance your academic, personal, and professional growth. Here are some points to consider when selecting the right study abroad destination.
Position of the country in the global economyThe position of a country in the global economy can have a significant impact on your career prospects after graduation. Look for countries with a strong economy and a stable job market in your field of study. Consider the job opportunities and the demand for graduates in that country, as this can greatly affect your post-graduation job search.
Culture on-campus and off-campusCulture is an essential factor to consider when choosing a study abroad destination. Look for universities that have a diverse student body and offer opportunities to engage in cultural activities. Consider the campus culture and the surrounding community, as this can greatly impact your overall study-abroad experience. Look for universities that offer extracurricular activities, clubs, and events that align with your interests.
Quality of lifeThe quality of life in a country can greatly impact your study abroad experience. Consider the country's infrastructure, healthcare system, and quality of education. Look for countries that offer a high quality of life, with a strong emphasis on work-life balance, social support, and cultural integration.
Language and communicationLanguage and communication are important factors to consider when choosing a study abroad destination. If you are not fluent in the language spoken in the country, look for universities that offer language classes or language support services. Consider the level of English proficiency in the country and whether you will be able to communicate effectively with locals.
Safety and SecuritySafety and security are essential factors to consider when choosing a study abroad destination. Look for universities that have a strong safety record and offer support services for international students. Consider the country's crime rate, political stability, and natural disaster risks.
Accessibility and travel opportunitiesAccessibility and travel opportunities are important factors to consider when choosing a study abroad destination. Look for countries with a good transportation system and easy access to other cities and countries. Consider the cost and ease of travel, as well as the availability of affordable accommodation and food options.
Support services for international studentsSupport services for international students can greatly enhance your study abroad experience. Look for universities that offer support services such as orientation programs, language classes, career counseling, and housing assistance. Consider the availability of cultural integration programs and student organizations, as these can greatly enhance your experience and help you connect with other students.
Best Study Abroad Destinations: 8 Top Picks for Students
United Kingdom:The United Kingdom is a popular destination for international students due to its world-renowned universities and excellent academic reputation. Universities such as Oxford, Cambridge, and the University of Edinburgh attract students from all over the world, offering a wide range of programs in various fields.
The UK offers a diverse and multicultural environment, providing students with an opportunity to experience a unique blend of cultures. It is home to iconic landmarks such as the Big Ben, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace. Moreover, the UK is a great starting point for students looking to explore Europe, with easy access to other countries via train or flight.
United StatesThe United States is a diverse and exciting study-abroad destination, with a wide range of universities and programs to choose from. US universities are known for their strong emphasis on research and innovation, making it an ideal destination for students interested in fields such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
One of the main draws of studying in the US is the opportunity to experience American culture and explore its many attractions, such as the Grand Canyon, New York City, and the National Parks. Additionally, the US is home to some of the world's top universities, such as Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Australia:Australia is a top study destination known for its laid-back lifestyle, friendly people, and world-class education. It offers a variety of programs in fields such as business, engineering, and sciences. Australian universities provide students with hands-on experience and practical knowledge in their respective fields.
Australia offers an opportunity for students to experience a unique environment with stunning natural beauty, such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Outback, and the beaches. Cities like Sydney and Melbourne offer vibrant cultural scenes with museums, galleries, and live music venues. The country also offers a multicultural environment, making it easy for international students to adjust.
Canada:Canada is a welcoming and diverse study-abroad destination known for its high quality of life and excellent education system. Canadian universities offer a strong emphasis on research and innovation, making it an ideal destination for students interested in fields such as science, engineering, and technology.
Canada is a land of natural beauty, with attractions such as the Rocky Mountains, Niagara Falls, and the Northern Lights. Canadian cities such as Toronto and Vancouver offer a vibrant cultural scene with museums, galleries, and live music venues. The country's friendly and welcoming atmosphere makes it easy for international students to feel at home.
Germany:Germany is a top study-abroad destination known for its world-class universities, strong economy, and rich cultural heritage. German universities offer a range of programs and courses in fields such as engineering, science, and business.
Germany offers an opportunity for students to experience a unique blend of traditional and modern cultures. Students can explore attractions like the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, and the Black Forest. The country's central location in Europe also makes it easy for students to explore other European countries.
SpainSpain is a popular study-abroad destination, known for its warm climate, delicious food, and lively culture. With a wide range of universities offering courses in English, Spanish, and other languages, Spain is an ideal destination for students looking to improve their language skills or study in fields like business, history, and the arts.
One of the main draws of studying in Spain is the opportunity to experience Spanish culture firsthand. From flamenco dancing to bullfighting, Spain is a country steeped in tradition and history. Additionally, Spain is home to some of the world’s most famous museums, such as the Prado Museum in Madrid and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
Universities in Spain offer a range of academic programs and courses. The University of Barcelona, for example, is known for its strong programs in science, humanities, and social sciences, while the University of Granada is famous for its Arabic studies and Middle Eastern studies programs. Spain is also home to many prestigious business schools, including the IE Business School in Madrid and ESADE Business School in Barcelona.
FranceFrance is a beautiful study-abroad destination, known for its stunning architecture, exquisite cuisine, and rich artistic history. French universities offer a wide range of programs and courses, including business, engineering, and the humanities.
Studying in France provides students with the opportunity to explore its many cultural and historical attractions, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the Palace of Versailles. Additionally, France is known for its fashion industry, with many famous designers, such as Coco Chanel and Christian Dior, having worked in the country.
New ZealandNew Zealand is a stunning study-abroad destination, known for its breathtaking landscapes, friendly locals, and laid-back lifestyle. With a strong emphasis on innovation and creativity, New Zealand is an ideal destination for students interested in the arts, design, and sustainability.
New Zealand is also home to many natural wonders, such as Milford Sound and the Franz Josef Glacier. Additionally, New Zealand is known for its adventure tourism industry, offering students the opportunity to engage in activities such as bungee jumping, skydiving, and white-water rafting.
ConclusionStudying abroad is an incredible opportunity to gain new perspectives, enhance your academic and personal growth, and develop lifelong skills. With so many options available, it's important to consider your interests, goals, and preferences when choosing a study abroad destination.
Whether you're interested in pursuing a degree in a top-ranked university, immersing yourself in a new culture, or exploring new career opportunities, there is a study abroad destination out there that is perfect for you. With careful research and planning, you can discover your dream study-abroad destination and embark on an unforgettable adventure that will shape your future in ways you never imagined.
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How do I choose the best study abroad destination for me?Choosing the best study abroad destination for you involves considering your academic goals, personal interests, budget, cultural preferences, and safety concerns. Research the universities, programs, and opportunities available in each destination to make an informed decision.
What are the best study abroad destinations for students interested in research opportunities?Some of the best study abroad destinations for research opportunities include Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, and the United States.
What are some benefits of studying abroad?Studying abroad offers numerous benefits, including gaining new perspectives, enhancing your academic and personal growth, developing cross-cultural communication skills, building a global network, and enhancing your career prospects.
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2023.06.08 08:16 zepster313 [New York State] Fine for insurance laps on unused car
2023.06.08 08:14 Hankering-Gile Planning to buy a van to live out of to be able to get out to more places and maybe wild camp too after parking. Is it easy to find parking that you can feel it is relatively secure to leave while off out exploring for maybe 1 night+ camps?
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2023.06.08 08:06 RaccHudson The central Pennsylvania parks [Hersheypark, Dorney, Knoebels, etc.] should close today
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As I'm typing this, the air quality in Hershey, Pennsylvania via AirNow is 484. The air around Hershey is worse than it was for New York City yesterday.
Allentown isn't doing much better at 412.
Hopefully they'll have gone down by the time most people are even seeing this, but it's extremely unlikely they'll be that much better tomorrow that it won't be extremely unhealthy for their employees and patrons to be the parks.
Pennsylvania has issued a code red for the state. They're definitely not the only park that should close tomorrow for the sake of their workers. Where I live the air quality is only half that and just sitting around my home my throat and chest feel like I've been smoking cigarettes, which I quit smoking over the last year so I can recognize the feeling.
The Harrisburg Senators postponed yesterday's game, so other outdoor venues in the area are taking the steps to protect their employees and patrons. It would be disturbing in my opinion if the central Pennsylvania parks didn't join them.