October 23, 2019

The Editor speaks: The KEY concerns of the CPR

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CPR have been busy over the past weeks to come up with their KEY CONCERNS over the Cruise Port Project. In a Press Release yesterday (19) they have found SIX. But hold on a minute, the release says Part 1.and there is going to be two more parts not yet released. You can bet there […]

The thirstiest moments of 2019 (so far)

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By Jess Joho From Mashable Thirst is universal. While not always sexy, feeling parched for love and attention is part of what makes us human. So we at Mashable have helpfully gathered a comprehensive list of the absolute thirstiest moments of 2019 so far. Whether they left us sweaty and cringing or dripping and lusty, […]

10 ideas to celebrate National Pet Day

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By Mary Daly From Care2 April 11 is National Pet Day. It’s a day meant to celebrate our animal companions — and to raise awareness for animal-related causes. If you’re ready for the responsibility, it could be a fitting day to adopt a homeless animal into your family. But there are several other ways to mark the day and spoil the […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death at Cemetery Beach, 30 January

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From RCIPS Earlier this afternoon police responded to a report of a person in distress at Cemetery Beach in West Bay. A man had been in the water snorkeling when he experienced and was assisted to shore by another person at the location. Upon reaching the shore he collapsed and was attended to shortly afterwards […]

Video shows attack on journalist while reporting on a mass overdose in northern California that left 1 dead and 12 severely injured

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By Talia Lakritz From Business Insider One man is dead and 12 are hospitalized after a “mass casualty” overdose of what is believed to be the narcotic fentanyl at a home in Chico, California. Two police officers who responded to the scene were also hospitalized and released. KRCR tweeted that one of their reporters, Meaghan Mackey, was […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death in North Sound,

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From RCIPS 29 Nov 2018 Shortly after 12:00PM yesterday, Wed 28 November, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre received a report of a person in distress in the waters of the North Sound. A man had been out on a snorkeling trip when he lost consciousness after entering the water. He was assisted back aboard the vessel […]

Cayman Islands: UPDATE – Water-related death off Rum Point, 16 August

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UPDATE: Police can now confirm the identity of the man who died after encountering difficulties while snorkeling off Rum Point  on Thursday 16 August (see below release). He is Todd Rick, age 45, of Texas in the United States. The RCIPS offers condolences to the family of the deceased.   From RCIPS Aug 17 2018 […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death in George Town, 22 July

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from RCIPS Monday July 23 Shortly after 2:30PM on Sunday, 22 July, a report was received of a person in distress off South Church Street, George Town. A woman had experienced difficulties while diving and was assisted back to shore by her companion, who then, along with other members of the public, administered CPR until […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death at Stingray City

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From RCIPS Water-Related Death at Stingray City, 15 May Shortly before 2:15PM on Tuesday, 15 May, a report was received that a snorkeler had gone missing while snorkeling at Stingray City. Shortly afterwards, the man was found unconscious by a nearby boat and brought onboard. CPR was administered to the man as the boat returned to […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death in George Town, 10 March

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From RCIPS UPDATE: May 15 2018  – Police can now confirm the identity of the woman who died on Thursday, 10 May, after encountering difficulties while snorkeling. She is 64-year-old Doris Ann Sarauer, of Minnesota in the United States. The RCIPS offers condolences to the family of the deceased. Shortly after 11:30AM on Thursday, 10 […]