CLEAR LAKE — A Waukee man is dead after possibly suffering a medical emergency while riding on a tube in Clear Lake over the weekend.The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says at about 2:30 Saturday afternoon, 28-year-old Daniel Linderman was tubing behind a boat being operated by Timothy Heitland of Buffalo Center when he fell off into the water. Witnesses say Linderman, who was wearing a life jacket, was swimming back to the boat when he possibly suffered a medical emergency and went face down in the water for a short period of time.A DNR Water Patrol officer was nearby and immediately rushed to the scene while one person from Heitland’s boat tried to hold Linderman above water, with the officer and other person getting Linderman into the DNR boat. Two more DNR officers arrived on the scene and took Linderman to shore and performed CPR.Linderman was transported to MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center in Mason City where he was later pronounced dead. The State Medical Examiner’s Office will perform an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death.The Clear Lake, Ventura and Mason City fire departments assisted the DNR, and the incident remains under investigation.
A woman is reporting that her 2-year-old son was injured at an Atlanta airport after he climbed up on a baggage claim conveyor belt and was taxied into a baggage room.The incident occurred Monday at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.According to the report, the two-year-old’s mother says she put him down so that she could print her airline ticket at an unmanned Spirit ticket counter. When she looked up she saw her son on the conveyor belt behind the counter.The Atlanta police department reported that they received a call from a TSA staff member in the baggage room stating that they found a child with a broken hand.Spirit Airlines has since released a statement saying the station the woman and child were using was closed and that they are working with TSA agents to make sure the correct procedures were followed.
Kootenay Wildcats sniper Daley Oddy of Cranbrook scored twice to lead Team B.C. to a 2-1 win over UBC Women’s Hockey Team 1 during a mini-tournament Sunday at McArthur Arena in Kamloops.The scoring explosion helped Team B.C. finish the tourney with a 2-2 record and confidence heading into the 2011 Women’s National Under-18 Championship November 2-6 in Saguenay, Que.“The bantam boys really set the tone for Team B.C’s weekend by providing an outstanding level of competition wit.h high tempo in the first two games,” Team B.C. head coach Jeff Oldenborger said in a written press release.“Along with the two games against the older more experienced UBC team, the weekend was a success in preparing for the National Championships in November in Saguenay, Quebec.”Oddy is joined by former teammate and defenceman Aimee DiBella of Nelson.Team B.C. opened the four-day camp with a 5-0 win over a Kamloops Bantam squad.Team B.C. then dropped a 2-1 decision to Kamloops and 3-1 setback to UBC Women’s Hockey Team 3 before squaring the weekend record at 2-2 with the late victory.Team B.C. is part of the B.C. Hockey’s Female High Performance Program.The program was established to identify and train athletes and team personnel for possible participation at Provincial, National and International [email protected]
The Unknowns overcame an early-tournament loss to rout Louie’s 13-2 to capture the 2014 Nelson Mixed Slopitch Championship Sunday afternoon at the Lakeside Diamonds.The Unknowns scored early and often en route to the team’s 14th crown in the last 20 Nelson Mixed Slopitch seasons.Mallard’s Source for sports are proud to honour the Unknowns with Team of the Week accolades.The team includes,Rachel Stewart, Roman Wylie, Rob Chernenko, Lorne Wuori, Kent Smith, Shane Cutler, Jarrett Slomba, Mike Roch, Keaton Roch, Justin Willans, Tanis Bouchier-Willans, manager Joe Capriglione, Christine Wayling, Michelle Lellevre, Lauren Suomi, Luree Gould, Jayden Roch, Jaxson Slomba and Abby Bouchier-Willans.Molson Finley won the B event title while Hour Glass took home the C event crown. The Unknowns didn’t get mad, the team just got even.
ARCADIA, Calif. (May 26, 2016)–There is a Pick Six carryover of $36,151 into Friday at Santa Anita and it’s expected Friday’s total Pick Six pool should approach $250,000.First post time for an eight-race card is at 2 p.m. The Pick Six will be comprised of races three through eight, with approximate post time for race three at 3 p.m.Santa Anita’s admission gates will open at 11:30 a.m. For complete scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.