Funeral Planned for Douglas County Paramedic Killed in Ambulance Wreck

first_imgThe funeral for Paul Holmes will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Douglasville First Baptist Church, with interment at Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Cemetery. Visitation is set for 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home. Douglas County spokesman Wes Tallon told the AJC that Holmes, 37, died early Monday morning at Grady Memorial Hospital, where he was airlifted following the wreck.Read More, Funeral Saturday for paramedic killed in ambulance wreck Funeral arrangements were announced Tuesday for the Douglas County paramedic killed in a weekend ambulance wreck near Douglasville.last_img read more

Eighties revival signals Hippodrome’s last dance

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Kellnerov will ride in Prague with an expensive mare, he is…

first_imgKellner has been waiting for the biggest seductions since last May, when she first broke her femur from this mare. Due to that, in the turn of the year she drank for the culmination of the series Global Champions in Prague.At the arrest of this year, she went to the first competition with a mare for which her father Petr Kellner paid him a quarter of a billion crowns. Then their program was disrupted by a coronary conduction.After the forced break, however, they jumped together several times again, and for Prague, Catchie was a clear choice for Kellner. She was the most prepared, she was in the best condition and we got used to the biggest races the best, she said in an interview for will take place in Prague from Thursday the 20th to Sunday the 23rd of August. Kellnerov and other riders will be able to meet the Olympic requirements for themselves and the event in the fifth National Cup and Sunday’s Grand Prix.First I will focus on the Pohr nrod, because this is the first year. And I hope it works out there. I will only have Catchie at these races, and she could be a little tired on Sunday, said Kellnerov, who represents the Prague Lions team in the Global Champions series.The opportunity to seduce the home crowd as a member of the Czech national team is dark, but at the same time responsible. The pressure will be high. It’s Pohr nrod and you want to support those esk riders around you, not to disappoint them. At the same time, it will be an Olympic qualification, it will also give pressure, due to which we will strive for the greatest possible result. I’ll have to mentally prepare for it so I don’t succumb to the pressure, she thought.Anna Kellnerov s Catch me If You Can v DauhBetween the seductions, she has to work intensively on the leg she injured last year. It costs me a lot of energy and strength. Except for one, I have to exercise a few times a week. I have to go for different relaxation methods, because my muscles contract and a lot of it was. I can every day in pain, but I can name it somehow. When I focus on regeneration and my monma, it works for a while, Kellnerov described, with the fact that it is not limited to her foot at the course.The International Jumping Competition (CSIO) returns to Prague after twelve years. The last competition took place in 2008 in the riding arena on Csaskm Island. The event is organized by the same team that usually prepares the Global Champions Prague PlayOffs at the O2 Aren. This will not happen this year, as will the rest of the serile due to coronavirus.last_img read more