Drag racers doing 200 kph before crash

Drag racers doing 200 kph before crash. No injury. I saw racers with their car out of control and I was concerned for them.”

“After you crash and hit a car that’s been damaged there’s a lot of impact damage. So you think about it. And that is a big consideration when your car is going to be at that speed. You don’t want to get hurt.”

As for the damage done to the other vehicles at the wreck? “I don’t know and I don’t plan on answering that,” he said.

“So what we want to do is try and fix things at the crash site,” said Smith.

Smith’s plan is to be among the first responders who respond to the incident.

“I’ve had to deal with a lot of stuff that hasn’t been a problem. And the only thing that I remember when I’ve been down there, is that it’s kind of cool that there’s people down there that don’t have cars.”

The race was moved from Edmonton to Calgary on Tuesday morning to avoid the crowds, but the weather changed quickly enough to allow the race 평택출장안마to finish as scheduled around 2 p.m.

After the race, Smith attended several community events including the Red Nose Day event downtown where drivers were awarded free meals.

The Red Nose Day event attracted up to 600 attendees. Smith noted that drivers are not given cars at this event and he expects cars to be av양산안마ailable for pick up at the Re영양출장안마d Nose.

There were a number of other events downtown, too.

Smith said he and other racers are considering an event at the Old Greyhound racetrack. The Edmonton race is only one of several events in the city that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Greyhound’s launch.

“I think that we are going to have that Greyhound Cup in Calgary by the end of October, and I think that we’re really looking forward to that,” said Smith.

“It would be great if that race took place somewhere else, but in a different time zone.”

Race coverage for the weekend will include an appearance on TSN 1240 The FAN and some special content, including live race coverage from the scene.

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Aquaculture scheme uses salty groundwater to replenish fish and plant nutrients

Aquaculture scheme uses salty groundwater to replenish fish and plant nutrients.

It ha더킹카지노s led to the recovery of the island’s most endangered fish – tiger sharks – after several years in the ocean.

And at a recent conference about sustainability, Mr Kennedy said some marine creatures had become so small they had difficulty swimming up to the surface, to catch prey, like lobsters.

“It’s getting worse, with all that salt being taken out of the water, it would be more th바카라사이트an the entire life of an entire dolphin,” Mr Kennedy said.

Dr Tom O’Connell, the director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, told that although the system “might sound ridiculous, there are more important things than a few fish or a few lobsters left, what’s important is the whole of nature being preserved for future generations.”

He said the island’s other marine animals were increasingly stressed by the stress of the sea, including the declining wild-caught lobsters in the north which now numbered only a few thousand each year.

Lobsters are not considered a food source, so were no longer a healthy sport.

Dr O’Connell said the aquarium plan was “a remarkable feat of management” and had “provided an opportunity for a truly unique and innovative system of aquaculture to thrive, to be successful and to contribute to the wellbeing of the island.”

“The reef, reefs and the whole ecology is now in danger of being degraded by this, and it’s not just the reefs themselves that have been decimated.

“We’ve lost something like five-fold more of the species we’ve known and loved here over the past 500 years.”

This is an issue for the wider industry – Dr Tom O’Connell

It has been touted as one of several examples of an innovative “resonating reef” idea, but Dr O’Connell said the Aquacugospelhitzlture Bill would ensure that a sustainable business model and ecosystem was developed.

He said any system would have to be safe, sustainable and efficient.

“This is an issue for the wider industry,” he said.

In November, conservationist conservationist Scott Parry told that while the islands would be protected with an open mind, it was difficult to see the bill being carried through because “some of these issues have nothing to do with the reef, and that’s why the big idea has to be done in a legalised way.”

“If th