Richmond, In. — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a single vehicle ORV accident that resulted in a juvenile being life-lined to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.At approximately 6:31 p.m. Friday, officers were dispatched to the area of 2400 South A Street in Richmond for a juvenile injured as a result of falling from an off-road vehicle.The initial investigation has revealed that a 15 year-old juvenile was operating a newly purchased ORV on a city street with a 13 year-old juvenile passenger. While the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, the 13 year-old for unknown reasons attempted to jump off. In the process of jumping, the juvenile fell and suffered a severe head injury.The injured juvenile was initially transported to Reid Health Hospital in Richmond, but due to the seriousness of injuries, was then life-lined to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis in critical condition.Neither operator nor victim was wearing a helmet or proper safety equipment. Indiana Conservation Officers stress safe operation of ORVs and the use of proper protective equipment such as helmets.The investigation into this incident is still ongoing.
It’s just about advantage Chelsea after the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie at Paris Saint-Germain.They drew 1-all in the French capital, which gave Jose Mourinho’s side what could turn out to be a crucial away goal.Bayern Munich had former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso sent off in their goalless draw away to Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine. Tonight, holders Real Madrid go to German side Schalke and Basel host Porto.
Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Earlier this season, Trout hurt his right index finger, but he could still hit. He was limited to DH duty for nine straight games. He also had one day off, but he came in late in that game.In the first inning on Wednesday night, Trout took off to steal third. Pitcher Tyler Glasnow threw to third and the ball was there well before Trout, so he tried to slide, feet first, around the tag.He ended up sliding awkwardly, jamming his right wrist.Related Articles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield “I was definitely thinking about it,” Trout said. “I didn’t feel it at the plate, but on deck when I was warming up, I was feeling it with the weight on my bat.”Last year Trout missed about seven weeks after tearing a ligament in his left thumb on a head-first slide. He now wears a protective glove on his left hand, but this time he hurt the other hand.“They are joking that now I have to wear two,” Trout said.ALSOShohei Ohtani was not in the lineup for a second straight day on Thursday. On Wednesday, the Angels wanted Trout to DH, and on Thursday, the Angels were expecting the Rays to use a lefty for the bulk of the innings, after their right-handed “opener.” Manager Mike Scioscia added that they are seeing all right-handers this weekend in Cleveland, so Ohtani will “get plenty of playing time.” …The Angels, who play this weekend in Cleveland, have lost 10 straight games at Progressive Field, dating to 2014. The Angels had lost 12 games in a row overall to the Indians before taking two of three from them in the first home series of the season. …The Angels have lost 20 of their last 27 road games, after starting the season with an 18-8 road record. Since the middle of June, they’ve won one road series, against the Baltimore Orioles. …Felix Peña was throwing in the bullpen late in Thursday’s game. The Angels relievers have been worked so much lately that Peña didn’t throw his normal between-starts bullpen session before the game. Instead, he waited until later so he would have been available to pitch in the game. Scioscia said he would have pitched the 10th or 11th inning. …Kole Calhoun did not win American League Player of the Month for July, despite hitting .322 with an 1.136 OPS and a league-leading 10 homers in July. Cleveland’s Jose Ramirez won, instead. Ramirez hit .322 with an 1.164 OPS and eight homers.UP NEXTAngels (RHP Jaime Barría, 6-7, 3.74) at Indians (Mike Clevinger, 7-7, 3.43), Friday, 4 p.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM) ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — For the first time all season, an injury kept Mike Trout out of the lineup.Trout jammed his right wrist on a slide into third on Wednesday night, an injury that left him “pretty sore,” he said, on Thursday morning. He said he underwent X-rays and an MRI exam that showed just inflammation.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Trout did not even touch a bat during Thursday’s game, which was the first one all season he’d missed entirely. He said he’s hoping to be able to play on Friday in Cleveland.“Going to keep treating it,” he said. “Wake up tomorrow and hope it feels better. … It’s definitely better than it was.” Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros “I got my hand stuck under me,” he said. “It was kind of weird.”Trout said he told Angels trainer Adam Nevala that it was sore. They taped it up and he stayed in the game. He went hitless in his last three at-bats. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error