Orlando Sentinel : 2019-02-11
LOCAL & STATE : 16 : B2
LOCAL & STATE
B2 | Monday, February 11, 2019 Orlando Sentinel Troopers: Pedestrian struck and killed in crash near Azalea Park By Paola Perez Lynette, 64, did not sustain any injuries from the crash, the report states.
No other information was immediately available. been identified by authorities, was walking within the crosswalk, the report states.
Witnesses told troopers the victim walked into the direct path of the van while the driver, Paige Lynette of Orlando, had a green light, the report states. was attempting to walk across Goldenrod Road at about 6:30 p.m. when he was struck by the front of a Dodge van traveling north on Goldenrod and approaching Lake Underhill Road, according to an FHP incident report.
The victim, who has not Orlando Sentinel An Orlando man was struck and killed Saturday night while crossing a road near Azalea Park in Orange County, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
The 24-year-old pedestrian Paola Perez can be reached at [email protected] sentinel.com or on Twitter @pdesiperez. Free Barber Dog Park has room for large, small canines to play By Paola Perez Bernal said.
Police say the same man robbed the same bank Jan. 7.
Orlando police are asking anyone with information to contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477). amount of cash from the Orlando Federal Credit Union branch on John Young Parkway about noon Saturday.
According to OPD spokesman Sgt. Eduardo Bernal, the man passed a note to a bank teller, took the cash and fled in a white Ford Fusion. The vehicle has a paper license plate and is believed to be a 2013 or newer model, Orlando Sentinel The Orlando Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man police say has committed two robberies at the same bank in just more than a month.
Orlando police released a sketch and video footage of the man, who police say took an undisclosed Paola Perez can be reached at [email protected] sentinel.com or on Twitter @pdesiperez. ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT By Kathleen Christiansen The dog park features two double-gated entryways to each yard, which help prevent escapes as well as allow some visitors to leave as others arrive without any difficulty.
The yards are largely grass with some sandy patches. Trees and a pavilion on each side provide some shade, but the park is largely in the sun, so pack some sunscreen or wear a hat.
To entertain canines, there are some toys scattered throughout the yards as well as agility equipment. Large visitors get a bigger tunnel and ramp than tinier pups, but the small dog area has one extra piece: a jump.
Before leaving either yard, dirty dogs can head over to a pebbled area toward the front, where a wooden platform and hose serve as a washing station.
The dog park is part of the larger Barber Park, which also features soccer fields, a playground, bathrooms, pavilions, grills, benches, picnic tables, a roller hockey rink, volleyball courts and paved paths.
Pooches can be unleashed once inside either yard. Dogs are allowed throughout the rest of the community park but must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
Free Amenities: Orlando Sentinel At the far right corner of Barber Park, visitors will find two fenced-in grass yards where dogs can meet other four-legged companions, explore and play. A few pieces of agility equipment challenge pups to test their skills, while a random assortment of toys makes for a fun-filled day.
Plus, the popular park gets a steady flow of visitors, so pooches are bound to make new friends during a trip to Barber Dog Park.
3701 Gatlin Ave. Trump planning Mar-a-Lago visit for Presidents Day, advisory shows By Skyler Swisher He also attended a Super Bowl party that featured a performance by Florida Atlantic University’s marching band. The annual party is held at Trump’s West Palm Beach golf club. in Palm Beach, the president took a hiatus from his South Florida visits during the government shutdown.
He returned to Mar-aLago this past weekend, hitting the links with golf legends Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter. The FAA advised pilots they can expect flight restrictions associated with presidential visits from Feb. 15-18.
The White House has not confirmed the trip. This would be Trump’s 20th visit to Mar-a-Lago since he became president.
After spending Thanksgiving South Florida Sun Sentinel President Donald Trump will likely spend Presidents Day weekend at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, according to an advisory issued by the Federal Aviation Administration. Address: [email protected], 561-243-6634 or @SkylerSwisher in Orlando
8 a.m.-8 p.m. during summer and 8 a.m.-6 p.m. during winter daily
There is a large paved parking lot with many spaces. Hours: Parking: Big areas: dog/small dog Pups of all sizes have a place to play. One yard accommodates large dogs (over 30 pounds) and another entertains small pooches (30 pounds and under). By Lisa Maria Garza The incident on Sunday was the second time in less than two months that a vehicle collided with a fire truck that was responding to an accident.
On December 21, three firefighters were injured when a vehicle hit the engine parked on State Road 408.
The fire department said its standard practice of parking diagonally in the road, which creates “a 20-ton roadblock,” has protected first responders from severe or fatal injuries. Orlando Sentinel A speeding car crashed into an Orlando fire engine early Sunday that had pulled over on Interstate 4 to help a stalled vehicle, according to the department.
The crash happened around 2:40 a.m. near Orange Blossom Trail. Four firefighters who were inside the truck were taken to a local hospital for monitoring, the department said.
Firefighters removed the driver and passenger from the car that had been speeding and they were also taken to a local hospital. Their condition is unknown. Pet waste stations: Leash policy: Each area has one pet waste station and two trash cans. There are also trash cans and pet waste stations scattered throughout the community park. Both yards have a hybrid water fountain that serves pet parents atop and hydrates pooches below. Each area also has a hose with a freestanding water bowl.
There are two benches and two picnic tables (one under a shaded pavilion) in each yard. Water stations: Cost: To learn more: 407-254-6860 or orangecountyfl.net Email Kathleen at [email protected] sentinel.com. Follow her on Twitter: @katie_christi. Follow her on Instagram: @katie_christi. Benches/seating: Have a news tip? Contact: [email protected] entinel.com; 407-420-5354; @LMariaGarza. “Incredibly, there are no fatalities from this crash,” the department wrote on its Facebook page. “Slow down. Move over. It’s the law.” LOTTERY For more information, call 850-921-7529 or visit flalottery.com Selected Sunday Pick 2 Pick 3 Pick 4 Pick 5 Selected Saturday Fantasy 5: Lotto: Powerball: (midday): 5-7 (midday): 3-1-4 (midday): 5-1-5-6 (midday): 1-7-5-4-1 4-11-14-18-25 2-12-40-44-47-49x3 1-2-3-7-39-25x3 Florida Lottery Capitol complex Tallahassee, FL 32399-4016 Floridalottery.com
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