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Bus Driver Gets 1 Year for Syosset DWI Crash

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A school bus driver was sentenced Monday to a year in jail for crashing a minibus with five children aboard into a Syosset home while he was drunk last fall.Frederick Flowers had pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and other charges at Nassau County court.Prosecutors said the 66-year-old Massapequa Park man was under the influence of alcohol when he crashed the bus into a house on Teibrook Avenue in October.Flowers told the court he was “beyond sorry” and his lawyer said he repeatedly asked how the children are doing, according to NBC New York.The five kids—ages 5, 6, 8 and two age 9—were not hurt and nobody was in the home at the time.last_img read more

Roach hat-trick

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Share PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad— West Indies’ Kemar Roach bowls during the second innings on the fourth day of a second cricket Test match against Australia at Queen’s Park Oval here, yesterday. (Photo: AP)PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (AFP) — An outstanding spell from speedster Kemar Roach was the brightest spot as rain wrecked the fourth day of the second Test between West Indies and Australia here yesterday, allowing just 30.4 overs at Queen’s Park Oval.Roach claimed three for 27 in a penetrative 10-over spell, leaving Australia to battle to 73 for three when the adverse weather halted play 65 minutes before tea.Experienced right-hander Ricky Ponting was unbeaten on 32 and was partnered by captain Michael Clarke on one.The rain, which has plagued contest over the last three days, continued into the evening forcing match officials to eventually abandon the day just after 4:00 pm (3:00 pm Ja).It was a disappointing end to a day that promised so much after Australia snatched a 54-run lead at the start, by bowling West Indies out for 257.The hosts added just five to their overnight 252 for nine before Carlton Baugh was lbw for 21, sweeping at the fourth ball of the day from left-arm spinner Michael Beer.Left-handed openers Ed Cowan (20) and David Warner (17) then built on Australia’s lead by adding 26, despite a troubling opening spell from fast bowler Fidel Edwards.Warner, who faced 31 balls and struck three fours, grew in confidence and gathered two fours in one over from Edwards with a glance through mid-wicket and a drive through cover.However, he fell to the second ball of Roach’s first over, edging to first slip where Darren Bravo pouched a low catch.Three balls later, vice-captain Shane Watson followed without scoring, as Roach breached his forward defensive prod and removed his off-stump.Rain arrived 45 minutes before the scheduled lunch interval forcing an early break, but Cowan and Ponting led the Aussies fightback on resumption, extending their third-wicket partnership to 31.Roach continued his impressive spell, however, trapping Cowan lbw at 57 for three, to set the Aussies back again.Cowan, dropped at slip by captain Darren Sammy off Edwards before he had scored, faced 78 balls and struck two fours.Ponting was playing fluently with two fours off 57 balls when the rains arrived again, this time curtailing play for the day with the Aussies 127 runs ahead.ScoreboardAustralia 1st Innings 311West Indies 1st Innings(Overnight 252-9)Adrian Barath lbw b Beer 7Kraigg Brathwaite lbw b Hilfenhaus 0Kieran Powell lbw b Pattinson 19Darren Bravo lbw b Hussey 38Shivnarine Chanderpaul lbw b Lyon 94Narsingh Deonarine st Wade b Lyon 55Carlton Baugh lbw b Beer 21Darren Sammy c Hussey b Lyon 1Shane Shillingford c Cowan b Lyon 4Kemar Roach c Wade b Lyon 0Fidel Edwards not out 0Extras: (7b, 2lb, 8nb, 1w) 18TOTAL: (all out) 257Overs: 104.4.Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-26, 3-38, 4-100, 5-230, 6-231, 7-237, 8-241, 9-249.Bowling: Michael Beer 25.4-9-56-2, Ben Hilfenhaus 16-4-39-1, Nathan Lyon 29-9-68-5, James Pattinson 11-2-40-1 (nb8), Michael Hussey 6-1-19-1 (w1), Shane Watson 12-5-14-0, David Warner 3-1-9-0, Michael Clarke 2-0-3-0.Australia 2nd InningsDavid Warner c Bravo b Roach 17Ed Cowan lbw b Roach 20Shane Watson b Roach 0Ricky Ponting not out 32Michael Clarke not out 3Extras: (1nb) 1TOTAL: (for three wickets) 73Overs: 30.Fall of wickets: 1-26, 2-26, 3-57.To bat: Michael Hussey, Matthew Wade, James Pattinson, Nathan Lyon, Ben Hilfenhaus, Michael Beer.Bowling: Fidel Edwards 5-2-13-0 (1nb), Shane Shillingford 15-3-33-0, Kemar Roach 10-1-27-3.Umpires: Marais Erasmus (South Africa), Ian Gould (England).TV Umpire: Tony Hill (New Zealand).Match Referee: Jeff Crowe (New Zealand).Jamaica Observercenter_img NewsSports Roach hat-trick by: – April 19, 2012 18 Views   no discussions Tweetlast_img read more