TOWN OF BARTON (WBNG) — One person was killed when their 2005 Honda Civic crashed into the back of a Western Star dump truck Wednesday afternoon. The crash shut down parts of Route 17C as emergency crews and State Department of Transportation worked to clear the scene. 511NY reported the crash occurred in the town of Waverly. Authorities say the the cause of the crash remains under investigation. The Tioga County Sheriff’s Office says 34-year-old Crystal VanDusen of the town of Barton was deceased before deputies arrived on scene. The driver of the dump truck was not hurt, the office says.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes if Real Madrid were to pay £105million to sign Gareth Bale from Tottenham it would make a “joke” of Financial Fair Play. Press Association Spurs have no intention of selling their star man but the Spanish giants are said to be ready to test that resolve with what would be a world-record fee. Wenger feels such figures would go completely against the new UEFA-driven regulations aimed at making sure all clubs balance the books. “It makes a joke of it. It’s quite amazing that in the year where the Financial Fair Play comes in, the football world has gone completely crazy,” said the Arsenal manager, who has yet to make a marquee summer signing despite having significant funds available. “You wonder what kind of impact and effect it has on the football world. It looks like it has made everybody worse than before.” Despite the fierce rivalry between the two north London clubs, Wenger would not like to see Bale – whose stellar performances earned him the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year and Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year accolades last season – leave the Barclays Premier League. “It is never good to lose a big player,” the Gunners boss added. “He is a British player and I believe it is important that the Premier League keeps the best players.”
Image Courtesy: Getty/TOIAdvertisement 1yp5jNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1vx7pWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ei9uv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2bxWould you ever consider trying this?😱7jnrCan your students do this? 🌚rRoller skating! Powered by Firework The novel Coronavirus pandemic has another latest case from the Indian sports scene, and this time its the country’s boxing team doctor. Dr Amol Patil, associated with a 11 player boxing team which even consisted the world championship silver medallist Amit Panghal, has tested positive for COVID-19. Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty/TOIThe doctor, a member of the national camp, tested positive on 13th July at the NIS Patiala campus, where the team of 11 pugilists had assembled for training. This is the first COVID case in sports since its resumption in India, and even though the players themselves had tested negative, the doctor, who is completely asymptomatic, was found positive as his results arrived late Monday.“Dr Amol (Patil) was in quarantine in a centre outside the main campus of National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala. As per protocol, before he is allowed to enter main hostel and sports arena, he was given the COVID test on the 7th day (of quarantine) and tested positive,” an official statement from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) was quoted by PTI.Advertisement The full team of boxers, who tested negative, will undergo another round of testing, will be tested again as they stayed together with the doctor in the same quarantine facility after arriving to Patiala last week.“He has been shifted to the state-run COVID centre. Those who are identified as primary contact will be tested tomorrow. The quarantine period for all persons staying in the same quarantine facility has been extended by one week. The centre has been sterilised as per protocol,” SAI’s statement further added.Advertisement In addition to Amit Panghal, the boxing team also includes 2019 Asian Championships silver medal winner Ashish Kumar. The team, which includes a total of eight Olympic qualified pugilists, were quarantined with the doctor at the STC boys’ hostel outside the training campus.In addition to the players, men’s team coach CA Kuttappa, women’s team coach Mohammed Ali Qamar and assistant coach Kheemanand Beniwal will also undergo testing on Tuesday as they were also in touch with Dr Patil.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Delhi Capitals coach reveals why Rishabh Pant plays better for the IPL franchise than team IndiaHow the Indian cricket calender will change because of the Covid-19 pandemic Advertisement