Coronavirus: Doctor finds bicycle stolen after night shift

Dan Harvey wearing coronavirus protective equipmentImage copyright
Dan Harvey

Image caption

Dan Harvey discovered his bicycle had been stolen after a shift treating coronavirus patients

A hospital consultant treating patients with coronavirus says he has been overwhelmed with offers to replace his stolen bicycle.

Dan Harvey noticed his transport home was missing when he finished a nine-hour night shift on an intensive care unit in Nottingham.

It had been locked in a staff area of the Queen’s Medical Centre.

After sharing details of the theft on social media, Mr Harvey had dozens of offers to replace the bicycle.

Mr Harvey, 44, said he finished his shift at 02:00 GMT on Thursday and soon realised the bicycle he used for commuting had been taken.

  • Latest news and stories from the East Midlands

It had been secured with a combination padlock in a bicycle park that required a hospital staff ID to access.

“There were many bikes

Read More

Program Page | NSCC

Overview

This program prepares you to be an Automotive Service Technician who ensures vehicles are safe and operate properly.

In this program, you get the knowledge and skills related to the service and repair of the mechanical and electrical systems of automobiles and light trucks. You learn how to use electrical meters, hand tools, power tools and shop equipment. You also have the opportunity to apply your skills with a work term.

If you have a strong mechanical aptitude, problem-solving skills and strong oral and written communication skills, this program provides the training you need to succeed as a technician. You gain a working knowledge of automotive shop safety, vehicle and engine systems and basic oxygen/acetylene metal inert gas welding, along with an understanding of automotive maintenance, inspection and body adjustment.

Work experience

  • Field experience (work placement) is a mandatory credit course completed at the end of your program. It
Read More

Welcome to The H+T Affordability Index

Cheap Car Hire Comparison in Australia

VroomVroomVroom is the easiest way to find an affordable car or campervan rental and book from top rental companies in Australia including Avis, Budget, East Coast Car Rentals, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty.

We Compare Car Hire Deals at Airports and Cities

The brands we work with are synonymous with quality customer service, vehicle selection and variety for your individual needs and budget. We have options for rentals from all major airports and capital cities, and many regional and remote locations.

From budget rentals, SUVs, prestige and luxury vehicles and mini-movers big enough for a soccer team, our car hire partners are able to be a part of your trip and offer modern vehicle fleets and accessories.

The VroomVroomVroom Difference

Our secure booking system lets you compare the latest deals and find a car hire that suits your budget – whether you need an affordable get-about-town car, passenger van, luxury

Read More

File:Bicycle diagram-en.svg – Wikimedia Commons

Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.

(newest | oldest) View (newer 10 | older 10) (10 | 20 | 50 | 100 | 250 | 500)

Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment
current 19:52, 27 August 2013 Thumbnail for version as of 19:52, 27 August 2013 850 × 500 (310 KB) Fiestoforo (talk | contribs) I corrected a problem with the wheels (they looked wobbled). I have also removed colons at the end of headings in bold letters.
02:36, 14 August 2012 Thumbnail for version as of 02:36, 14 August 2012 850 × 500 (305 KB) Moondyne (talk | contribs) move chain pointer slightly
21:59, 6 July 2012 Thumbnail for version as of 21:59, 6 July 2012 850 × 500 (304 KB) Hironiemus (talk | contribs) Corrected the odd layering of cogs, frame and chain. Changed the coloring to something more eye-friendly. Fixed some minor glitches as well, like second disc brake hole and the clamp on the seat post.
18:09, 2 April 2012 Thumbnail for version as of 18:09, 2 April 2012 850 × 500 (403 KB) Belamp
Read More

Suspected smuggler had child in vehicle during south Laredo car chase

Published


A suspected human smuggler led state police on a chase on Thursday in the Cielito Lindo neighborhood in south Laredo, authorities said.

READ MORE: Records reveal Laredo man

Read More

All-Pro Auto Transport | 877-222-6100

Our friendly staff is ready to answer your car transport questions.
Call us today at 1-877-222-6100

 

All-Pro Auto Transport is one of the nation’s leaders in car transport and all types of car shipping services. All-Pro Auto Transport is now a division of the #1 door-to-door auto shipping company in America, Direct Express Auto Transport.

Car transport services are fully insured with no deductible to the customer and we offer complimentary door to door car shipping service to fit all your auto transport needs. Competitive prices and top car shipping service makes All-Pro Auto Transport a great choice.

Try us today!

Car Shipping Staff

Listen To Our Car Shipping Customers

 

Poster: Carole
Thanks to your service many hours of stress were

removed. The driver we were assigned was truly

a gift from God.

The price of the service was well within reason and

the service was very prompt.

If we had a

Read More

RTC: Home Page

Regional Transportation Planning, Research, Investment Strategies, and Funding.

Public Meeting Notice: April 7 Board of Directors

The April 7 RTC Board of Directors meeting is Closed to Public Attendance in accordance with Governor’s Proclamation 20-28. All members of the Board of Directors may attend the meeting by telephone or webinar format and can fully participate.

Public Access and Participation. This meeting will be broadcast live on CVTV (Comcast channel 23) and available on cvtv.org to stream.
The public may participate by joining a teleconference at (351-888-7211) prior to the start of the meeting, or writing to meetings@rtc.wa.gov up to an hour before the meeting begins.
Read more…




Agency Response to COVID-19 OutbreakStay Home. Limit Travel. Save Lives.


Car Seat Basics – Selection and Use

Car Seat Basics: Selection and Use

According to
the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention
, motor vehicle crashes are the #1 killer of kids in age groups 1-14.  Safe Kids USA says motor vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of
unintentional injury-related death for all children 14 and under.  While some crashes are
unsurvivable, over 57% of deaths for children 0-15 were because the child was
unrestrained.  Many more were improperly restrained.  Nationally,
the misuse rate for child safety seats is over 80% and as high as 95% in
some areas.   The good news is that correct use of car seats and
boosters does save lives.  Infant seats have been shown to reduce
fatal injury by 71%, and toddler seats by 54%.  The information
and links on this web page can help you with one of the easiest and most
important ways you can protect your children.

Ten Basic
Read More