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Ryanair Tried To Stop Rescue Of Air Europa Claiming That It Could Supply It

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The room rejected the request of the ‘low cost’. They argued that the request was based on “vague assumptions”.

Ryanair tried to stop the rescue of Air Europa but was unsuccessful . The low-cost company has demonstrated on numerous occasions against this type of aid that it considers discriminatory and, honoring its words, filed a contentious-administrative appeal in the National Court against the resolution of the Advisory Council of the State Participation Society Industriales (Sepi) that granted the aid.

In it, he requested precautionary measures to suspend the resolution while the relevance of his appeal was settled, based, among other things, on the fact that Ryanair was the first airline in Spain and could assume all Air Europa flights.”Both during the pandemic and once it is over,” says the car to which the Economist has had access , and all this without receiving public money.

The court decided to deny the precautionary measure requested by Ryanair and to impose payment of the costs. Instead, as this media has learned, the Irish low-cost airline has appealed the decision and is prepared to go back to court in the event that Air Europa receives the aid of 150 million euros in which it is working.

Ryanair goes further and points out, as its main argument, that it is not in the public interest to guarantee the continuity of an airline “without any restructuring or adaptation of its operations in the national territory.” In this sense, it justifies that it is the first airline in Spain and, therefore, is “capable of assuming the flights that AEH stops operating, both during the pandemic -with much of its idle capacity- and once it is surpassed” , it reads. the car.

His argument did not convince the State Bar , which opposed the precautionary measure on the understanding that it “did not provide any evidence” of the aforementioned reductions in the price of tickets, while describing the rest of its claims as “vague hypotheses”. arguments. Nor did he convince the administrative contentious chamber of the National High Court, which decided to reject his appeal and deny the precautionary measures.

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Victim Killed In Green Lake County Car Crash Identified, Police Look For More Information

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Police have identified a man who was killed in a car crash on Highway 23 last month. Authorities, however, are still seeking more information about the deadly crash that also sent one person to a hospital.

Police Looking For Additional Information

A search continues for a witness or witnesses who may have information on the crash, which occurred near County Highway W. on Sept. 29 around 3:20 p.m. According to the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office, a westbound black Jeep SUV crossed the center line and struck an eastbound white ford SUV head-on, Ripon Press reported.

Victims Identified

According to a crash report, the driver of the white SUV was identified as Appleton resident Steven Scott La Tour, 51. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Jessica Knueppel, 43, of Fon du Lac was the driver of the Jeep SUV. She was brought to ThedaCare Berlin for treatment.

According to the crash report, Kneuppel looked like she was under the influence of medications, drugs, or alcohol. She was tested to see if her blood contains drugs or alcohol and authorities are still waiting for the results.

Another Crash Happened The Same Day

A press release from Green Lake County Crime Stoppers stated that just 10 minutes earlier on the same day, another crash transpired which involved a red or maroon SUV.

The driver of the red or maroon SUV apparently left his car to check damages but eventually fled the scene, the report said.

Ripon Press quoted Green Lake County Chief Deputy Matthew Vande Kolk saying, “We are attempting to identify the occupants of the red or maroon SUV as we believe they may have information pertaining to the fatal traffic crash investigation.”

Any person who has any information regarding the fatal crash can contact 920-294-4134 Ext. 1151 to speak to a detective or send an email [email protected].

Tipsters may also receive a cash reward for any information that can lead to any eyewitnesses.

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Man Killed, Stepsons Critically Injured In Car Crash In Illinois

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A fundraising program has been launched after a family lost their father to a car crash. His two stepsons were critically injured in the same accident in Beach Park Friday evening.

Justin Moland, the coach of the Waukegan Panthers youth baseball team, said in a GoFundMe fundraiser that his players, Giovanny Rodriguez, his brother Alejandro and their stepfather, Jose Hernandez, were involved in the fatal car accident, reported ABC 7 Chicago.

Both Giovanny and Hernandez were a part of the team’s summer league championship season, Moland said. Alejandro played for Waukegan Savages age division team.

The car crash happened around 6:45 p.m. Friday on Green Bay Road north of Wadsworth Road in Beach Park.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office and Beach Park Fire Department were quick to react to the incident and found a crash involving four vehicles.

As per the preliminary investigation report, a 2017 Jeep Patriot, driven by a 50-year-old woman, tried to pass a truck, and then it hit a tractor and the jeep drove northbound in the lanes of Green Bay Road.

The jeep then crashed into a southbound 2014 Kia Soul, driven by Hernandez, 49, reported Lake & Mchenry County Scanner.

Hernandez was rushed to Vista Medical Center East in an ambulance in Waukegan where the medical examiner announced him dead.

Giovanny, Alejandro Critical

Giovanny and Alejandro suffered critical injuries, and are currently under observation. Moland said that Giovanny is currently in critical condition. He has broken bones and a head injury. Alejandro, on the other hand, suffered a severe concussion and other serious injuries.

The mother, Jackie, is devastated after the accident and loss of her husband, according to Moland.

He called Hernandez a “genuinely good person” who was always “willing to lend a helping hand and have a good time.”

Talking about Giovanny and Alejandro, he said that they are kind-hearted young men who light up a room with their smiles and attitude.

“The Waukegan Panthers team has been deeply affected by this tragedy,” Moland added.

The illegally passing Jeep also crashed into a Ford Explorer that was traveling southbound directly behind Hernandez’s Kia. The driver of the Ford, a 58-year-old woman, and a passenger, a 24-year-old man, were taken to Vista Medical Center East with minor injuries, police said.

The accident is currently being investigated by the Lake County Sheriff’s Technical Crash Investigations Unit.

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Florida Sheriff Seizes Marijuana Weighing 770 Pounds, Searches For Owner To Return It

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In a bizarre incident, a Florida sheriff has made a public declaration in search of a legal owner of high-grade marijuana weighing 770- pounds, which has a street value of two million dollars, and have it returned.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office took to its official Facebook page Thursday to make the eccentric announcement.

“If you happened to have lost or misplaced approximately 770 pounds of high-grade marijuana and would like to have your property returned, please contact our Narcotics Agents and we will be more than happy to reunite you with your lost property!!” Sheriff Wayne Ivey wrote in the Facebook post.

The post came after the Brevard Sherrif’s Office Narcotics Agents seized 770-pounds of marijuana from a storage facility in Viera.

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Seized marijuana. Credit: Facebook/Brevard County Sheriff’s Office 

In the unusual announcement, the Sheriff’s Office urged the person who owns the misplaced marijuana to step up and claim his property from the Criminal Investigative Services building on Gus Hipp Blvd in Rockledge. The Office also said that they would happily return the drugs and keep the marijuana in a safe place to return it undamaged.

Claim Your Property With No Strings Attached: Police To Owner

“So if the 770 lbs of marijuana belongs to you, all we need you to do is come down to our Criminal Investigative Services building on Gus Hipp Blvd in Rockledge and claim your property with absolutely no strings attached!! Once we properly identify you as the rightful owner we will gladly return your property and also make sure that both you and your property are kept in a secure area so that no one can try to rip you off!!,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey further wrote in the post.

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