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MOUNTAIN TOP, Pa. (AP) -- Authorities say a lift touched a power line in an industrial park in northeastern Pennsylvania, killing a construction worker. The Luzerne County coroner's office says 43-year-old Jason Evans of Clarks Summit died from an apparent electrocution. Evans was pronounced dead at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, where he was taken after the accident shortly before 10 a.m. Friday at Crestwood Industrial Park. Officials say the roofing contractor employee was on a job at East Coast Logistics & Distribution Inc. They say he was placing material onto the roof from the ground when the lift's boom came into contact with a high-tension power line. Police say the lift caught fire and Evans was electrocuted and fell to the ground. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating. Coroner IDs worker who died from injuries after explosion at Letterkenny Army Depot … [Read more...] about Pa. construction worker dies when lift touches power line
Updated 4:02 pm CDT, Saturday, July 21, 2018 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Wildlife groups fear a proposed river crossing for a $2 billion power line project that will funnel wind and solar energy from rural spots in New Mexico and Arizona to larger markets in the American Southwest could be a death trap for migratory birds. The Albuquerque Journal reports the project plans to place high-voltage power lines and towers near three wildlife refuges that provide a seasonal roosting-and-foraging bridge for migrating birds. The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has already approved a small stretch of the project that would cross the Rio Grande in the Socorro-area. MySA News Videos Now Playing: Now Playing SAPD lieutenant fired after derogatory Facebook post San Antonio Express-News Woman fatally ejected from vehicle during rollover crash on the far NW side San Antonio Express-News SAPD: Gunman fired into woman's East Side … [Read more...] about Groups worry proposed power lines, towers will kill birds
Ed Masley Arizona Republic Published 6:19 p.m. UTC Jul 21, 2018 Country music's reigning power couple – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill – were nearing the end of Soul2Soul: The World Tour when they returned to Arizona Friday for their second Valley stop, this time at Talking Stick Resort Arena. And it was clear why they've been selling out arenas since launching the tour in 2017, treating fans to a well-paced performance that moved from hit to hit with chemistry to spare and more public displays of affection than a senior trip to Disneyland while giving each singer a turn in the spotlight. Heart to heart and soul2soul After setting the tone with a prerecorded speech about how time stood still while they were "standing face to face, heart to heart and soul to soul," they made their entrance from beneath the stage inside separate boxes as the PA piped in "It's Your Love." Then they stood there at opposite ends of the stage in their matching black outfits … [Read more...] about Tim McGraw, Faith Hill show why they’re country music’s reigning power couple in Phoenix
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