Passengers hospitalised from diverted flight to Shannon

first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Twitter Email Print 64 patients waiting for beds in UHL Advertisement 53 patients waiting for beds at UHL “We wish these passengers and crew a quick recovery from their injuries,” the statement added. Previous articleFUEL from Druid Theatre Co for the artists’ roadNext articleLimerick Pensioner targeted in rural armed raid Staff Reporter Updated statement on service disruptions UL Hospitals Group RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin NewsBreaking newsPassengers hospitalised from diverted flight to ShannonBy Staff Reporter – August 31, 2016 861 Facebook Numbers of Limerick hospital group staff sidelined by COVID-19 reduces by 162 in past 7 days TAGSfeaturedShannonUnited Airlinesuniversity hospital limerick Management at most overcrowded and most COVID-hit hospital apologise to patients ‘waiting over 100 hours’ for a bed WhatsApp The United Airlines flight was diverted to ShannonThe United Airlines flight was diverted to Shannon16 PEOPLE from a United Airlines flight have been hospitalised this Wednesday morning after their plane was diverted to Shannon due to a medical emergency onboard.It has been confirmed that 14 passengers and two crew were taken from the flight that was bound from Houston to Heathrow.UA flight 880 had 223 passengers onboard but was diverted to Shannon after a number of people took ill after the plane experienced severe and unexpected turbulence during the transatlantic crossing.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up United Airlines issued a statement saying that “The aircraft diverted to Shannon Airport in Ireland where it was met by medical personnel.The airline said that it is providing care and support to customers and crew of the flight.The 14 passengers and two crew were met by emergency personnel waiting on the runway and treated before being brought to the University Hospital Limerick.last_img read more

Top 10 Photos Capturing Lotus & Michal Menert’s Heater In Michigan

first_imgLotus brought the heat to Royal Oak, MI over the weekend, with support from the great Colorado electro-soul producer Michal Menert and his new live band, the Pretty Fantastics. With staples like “Juggernaut,” “Neon Tubes,” and “Destroyer,” fans were also treated to a “Spaghetti” > “Spiritualize” > “F for You” >” When a Fire Starts to Burn” > “Spiritualize” lengthy jam for which Lotus is most appreciated. The dance party was real!Check out our 10 favorite photos from the evening, along with a full gallery, courtesy of Katie Laskowska: Load remaining images Setlist: Lotus at Royal Oak Theatre, Royal Oak, MI – 2/19/16Set I: Juggernaut, Tarot, Grayrigg, Travel > Soma, Cold Facts, Neon TubesSet II: Bellwether, Destroyer, Spaghetti > Spiritualize > F for You > When a Fire Starts to Burn > Spiritualize, Marisol, Age of InexperienceE: Blacklight SunflareSee a full gallery of images, courtesy of Katie Laskowska:last_img read more

Several players on both sides of ball miss Syracuse open practice Tuesday

first_img Published on April 8, 2014 at 8:11 pm Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse opened up practice for the first time of the spring on Tuesday and the numbers on both sidelines were slim.On the defensive side, the Orange was without two major contributors in the secondary. The offense was missing a handful of promising young playmakers.Cornerbacks Wayne Morgan, Brandon Reddish and Joe Nassib, wide receiver Corey Cooper, running back Devante McFarlane and guard Seamus Shanley all missed SU’s first open practice of the spring due to a variety of injuries. Cornerback Chauncey Scissum and running back Prince-Tyson Gulley also missed time during practice due to injuries sustained during the session.“Our limbs are in pretty good shape for the most part, just banged up,” head coach Scott Shafer said.The laundry list of injuries accompanies the series of concussions that ended guard Kyle Knapp’s career earlier this spring.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe injuries in the secondary were the most glaring during practice, as Syracuse’s offense was able to score a handful of long touchdowns. Morgan watched from the sideline with a large brace on his right knee and a significant limp, but Shafer said there’s nothing structurally wrong with the knee and that it’s just a bruise. Reddish also missed the practice due to a lower-body injury.The critical injuries on the offensive side were to Cooper and McFarlane. Cooper sat out the practice due to an ankle injury, he said, but he’s hopeful that he will be able to play in the Spring Game.Shafer didn’t give specifics on the severity of McFarlane’s injury when he was asked — he said “he’s been out for a few days” — but he is optimistic that the running back will return for the end of spring practice.Neither Scissum’s injury nor Gulley’s are being viewed as significant. Shafer said Gulley, who is the top running back on the depth chart, tweaked his back and was held out for precautionary reasons. Commentslast_img read more