February 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 7:00 PM Posted: February 5, 2019 KUSI Newsroom OCEANSIDE (KUSI) – On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at approximately 12:54, the Oceanside Police Department responded to calls of a multiple vehicle collision in the intersection of Coast Hwy and Oceanside Blvd. The collision occurred as a 2007 Toyota Tacoma truck, was traveling southbound on Coast Hwy and failed to stop for a red light and collided with a 2003 Mazda sedan traveling eastbound on Oceanside Blvd on a green light.The collision caused the Mazda to spin around violently causing two of its rear seat passengers to be ejected from the car onto the roadway. The Toyota truck stopped just south of the intersection. Emergency personnel arrived on scene within minutes and attended to the victims of the Mazda. Two of the rear seat passengers were declared deceased on scene, one of the ejected passengers was transported to the hospital where she passed a short time later. All three victims were adult females. The other three victims, two males and a female, from the Mazda were transported to area hospitals with serious injuries, but are expected to survive.The driver of the Toyota was evaluated on scene by medics and released. The driver, identified as 19 year old Mason Fish, was evaluated on scene by officers and was later arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance.The investigation is still ongoing. The names of the deceased are being withheld pending the notification of next of kin.The Oceanside Police Department’s Major Accident Investigation Team conducted the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this collision is asked to call Accident Investigator David Paul at (760) 435-4431. Three deceased in Oceanside car crash Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents FacebookTwitter
When did you start painting? How has the journey been so far?I started when I was four or five years old, as soon as I started understanding art. I used to borrow ideas from nature and sketch.What are the inspirations behind your paintings?I’m always attracted to soft, natural, delicate tones like you see in buds, butterflies, flowers, feathers and rivers. Working with dry pastels on canvas, my inspiration comes from the natural environment.My works are mostly in small formats, in mixed media, where use of pastel shows through in soft, soothing, serene hues. My work displays peace and tranquility in different forms. The abstract work is a display of life’s many moments which I cherish. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’You have exhibited in various parts of the country. What response do you find at such places?I have exhibited at lots of places both nationally and internationally like various parts of India, South Korea, Singapore and my experience everywhere has been enriching. People have really appreciated my art and accepted my work with reverence.What is the inspiration behind the current exhibition?Behind ‘40 works of Hemant Rao’, are my different and varied experiences in life along with nature that keep on giving me new ideas and new dimensions. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixBeing a self-taught artist, what are the ups and downs you have been through?I believe art comes naturally to you. I was born an artist. I really don’t feel any need to get formally trained by any institute. But yes, I would like to give credit to Prayag Shukla, my mentor, who has always shown me a different and unusual path that helps me.Any other exhibition that you are planning?I’m at the planning stage for my next works which are in 3D.What are your expectatiosn from art lovers?I would like to request all art lovers to keep on showing their love and support for young talents like me as their support acts as a great motivator.
Kolkata: In a bid to conduct health check-ups of students in various schools at the district and sub-division level on a regular basis, the Bengal government is engaging as many as 459 medical officers in the state.The state Health department will appoint those medical officers on a contractual basis under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK). It was learnt that around 333 medical officers would be recruited from Homeopathy, 80 from Ayurveda and around 46 from Unani. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe medical officers who will be recruited under RBSK will visit various schools at the sub-division level and examine the health condition of the students. Health check-ups would be conducted to find out if they suffer from any ailments. Students in the villages are often found to be suffering from various ailments like skin problems, lack of proper nutrition among others. Heart check-ups would also be conducted. Screenings would be done to determine if they have any other ailments. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThese medical officers can refer the students to a sub-divisional hospital or the district hospital for further treatment if they feel the need. It may be mentioned that school students often complain of various heart-related ailments but they are not addressed at the initial level. Health check-ups at the school level will help these medical officers to detect such ailments. The candidate should have BHMS/BAMS/BUMS degree from any institution recognised by the respective councils of the stream. The candidates must have completed an internship at the time of application submission. They must either be registered in Part-A of the State Register of Homoeopathic Medical Practitioners maintained by the Council of Homoeopathic Medicine, West Bengal or in Part I of the Central Register maintained by Central Council of Homoeopathy. The candidates should be permanent residents of West Bengal and able to read, write and speak in Bengali. The candidates having MD in Homeopathy/Ayurvedic/ Unani from any institution recognised by the respective councils related to the streams, will be given additional marks. The present government has given enormous emphasis on the health infrastructure in the rural areas.