After wrestling with the cougar, it released its grip on the child and ran away. The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service responded, finding two juvenile male cougars about 20 yards away from the family’s home. They were reportedly hungry and looking for food. The cougars were captured and both were euthanized. The boy escaped the incident with a gash on his head and minor cuts to his arms and neck. He is expected to make a full recovery. Runners and hikers in Greensboro, NC are being warned to stay alert after a nearly naked man was spotted on a popular trail Tuesday morning. A woman running near the entrances of the Nat Green and Palmetto trails near Old Battleground Road encountered a man wearing a “black jacket and sneakers but nothing else.” The man was described as a thin, 6-foot-tall white man with brown hair and a bit of facial hair. The woman who saw the naked man called the police. Officers responded to the call and searched the area but were unable to locate the man. Raleigh, NC Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department has been working with stakeholder groups to plan the Neuse River Blueway, a comprehensive effort lead by the city to improve awareness of, and public access to, the Neuse River. Inspired by the great success of the Neuse River Greenway Trail, the city intends to promote the Neuse River as a “Blueway Trail.” The Blueway Plan is an important step toward a comprehensive update to the Neuse River Regional Park Master Plan, which has guided greenway development along the river for the past 20 years. The City of Raleigh is asking the public to weigh in on the plan by taking a simple survey found here: https://publicinput.com/bluewayplan. A Canadian woman credits her “mom instinct” for helping her fight off a cougar that attacked her 7-year-old in their backyard last week. Chelsea Lockhart was inside doing housework when she heard her son, Zachery, fighting with something in their backyard on Vancouver Island. She ran outside to find a cougar perched on top of Zachery, the boy’s arm between its jaws. That’s when Lockhart says her mom instinct took over and she jumped on top of the animal, attempting to pry its mouth off of her son. Woman fights off cougar attacking her 7-year-old Greensboro, NC woman encounters nearly naked man on hiking trail The City of Raleigh, NC seeks public input in their Neuse River Blueway Plan
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Five people were killed, including three children, when a Brooklyn woman crashed her car on the Southern State Parkway in North Babylon while driving home from a family gathering on Saturday night.Myriam Lebrun, 37, was driving her Honda Accord westbound when the car ran off the roadway, struck a tree and burst into flames near exit 38 shortly before 11 p.m., New York State police said.Lebrun was pronounced dead at the scene, along with 68-year-old Moise Yolande, 14-year-old Marcus Jeanty, 9-year-old Marcel Jeanty and 8-year-old Kayla Jeanty, police said.Police are continuing the investigation into the cause of the crash, which is unknown at this timeAnyone with information relating to this investigation is asked to call state police at 631-756-3300.
(By Stephan Sookram in Jamaica,Compliments of Jumbo Jet Auto Sales, BM Soat, Central Automotive Repair, AR Jiwanram Printery, Mohamed’s Enterprise.)BRYCE Prince was a cut above the rest in yesterday’s qualifying season-opening Caribbean Motor Racing Championships (CMRC) 2017 meet at the Jamwest Raceway in Jamaica.Prince, of the newly-formed team Mohamed’s Enterprise,was the early pace setter after qualifying with a blistering time of 1:17.340 aboard his Yamaha R6 and has clearly set himself as the man to beat today.Speaking exclusively to Chronicle Sport on his pole sitting performance, Prince stated, “Of course! But that was the plan (to get pole).“However, the track is new to me and we are still learning. Tomorrow we want to go out and try to win some races. I like the track so far,it seems like a lot of fun. The surface is a little bumpy, the layout is challenging but fast,” prince stated.Price will start ahead of the Trinidad trio of Keil Abraham, Warren DeNobriga and Nicholas Gonzalves,who posted times of 1:21.068, 1:22.879 and 1:23.471.Jhon Bennett will start 13th on the grid ahead of the other Guyanese rider,Heemand Boodram.At the group two level, mechanical failure forced Nasrudeen Mohammed to miss qualifying, though the upbeat group two entrant told Chronicle Sport, “We had some early issues but we’ve got them worked out. Tomorrow (Today) I will start at the back of the pack and I’ll have to make my way up,but that’s how racing goes sometime.”Rameez Mohammed however will start alongside Trinidad’s Luke Bhola after his 1:25.617 was eclipsed by a 1:24.878.According to Rameez, “The car is working well and we are looking for wins tomorrow (today).At the Group three level, Paul Vieira will start in an unfamiliar second spot on the grid as countryman,Ronald Worthman sweeps pole with a blistering 1:20.895. Rameez will start third on that grid.At the group four end of things, Kyle Greg will lead the all-wheel drive class ahead of countryman David Summerbell Jnr. and Doug Gore,respectively.Mark Maloney will control the two-wheel end of things as Franklyn Boodram and Peter Rae will start second and third.Today’s action begins at 09:00hrs and will feature competitors from four countries.Trinidad and Tobago is the defending Country Champion.