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ESPS Navarra Assists Yacht in the Gulf of Aden

first_img View post tag: News by topic ESPS Navarra Assists Yacht in the Gulf of Aden View post tag: Naval In the early morning of Friday 19 September, EU Naval Force frigate, ESPS Navarra, came to the assistance of a stricken yacht in the Gulf of Aden. Authorities September 23, 2014 View post tag: africa View post tag: Assists View post tag: Gulf of Adencenter_img Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today ESPS Navarra Assists Yacht in the Gulf of Aden View post tag: ESPS Navarra View post tag: Navy The yacht had been detected on the warship’s radar in the early morning. ESPS Navarra’s Bridge team initially tried to hail the yacht via their VHF radio. After several attempts a member of the crew finally answered the call. He said that they were running very short on water and fuel, but still had some distance to travel in to the Indian Ocean.This is the second time that the Spanish frigate has helped a yacht that has gotten into difficulties in less than two months.ESPS Navarra’s Boarding Team was tasked by their commanding officer to launch and provide the much-needed water and fuel.The Spanish crew then invited the master of the yacht to re-consider his route so that he would avoid sailing into waters where the piracy threat is still considered to be present.The present combined threat assessment of International Naval counter-piracy forces is that all sailing yachts under their own passage should remain out of the High Risk Area (HRA) or face the risk of being hijacked and held hostage for ransom. Yachts remain extremely vulnerable to attack.[mappress]Press Release, September 23, 2014; Image: EU NAVFOR View post tag: yacht View post tag: europelast_img read more

Click it or Ticket campaign in Wellington brings 162 safety belt citations

first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — During the Click It or Ticket Campaign just completed, Wellington Police conducted overtime saturation patrols to aggressively enforce Kansas occupant restraint, texting, impaired driving, and other traffic laws.  During the campaign, officers wrote 162 safety belt citations, 2 child restraint citations, 9 Drivers License violations and 3 Insurance violations.  A total of 144 vehicle stops were made during the campaign.According to Police Chief Tracy Heath, “Stops and tickets are meant to teach.  If you were stopped, I hope you have learned from your experience.  If so, we have made the roads a little safer for you and those you share the road with.  We will continue to do that because, while the Click It or Ticket campaign may be over, traffic enforcement is never over.”Click It or Ticket was supported by a grant to Wellington Police Department from the Kansas Department of Transportation. Close Forgot password? 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Thank you for your input. -1 Vote up Vote down doggy disaster · 375 weeks ago Why is it they can give 162 seatbelt tickets but every other car I see someone has a dog in their lap hanging out the window and thats expectable? Friends don’t let friend pet and drive….. Report Reply 1 reply · active 375 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Leave Me Alone · 375 weeks ago “Supported by a grant from the Kansas Dept of Transportation” TAX MONEY! We supported your Police department donut drive. Why not spend your time solving real crime instead of harassing the taxpayers? Government intrusion into our lives is getting out of hand. Personal freedom is dying from this type of government action against citizens rights. A crime, really? Not wearing a seatbelt owned by you, in your own car, that you own now is the business of big government. Is this now Russia? Report Reply 2 replies · active 146 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Taylor · 375 weeks ago Well what a joke to much government I don’t need enforcement I need education then I will decide what i want. Right wrong or indifferent Report Reply 0 replies · active 375 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Guest · 375 weeks ago Government intrusion seems to be out of control fostered by the President of the United States and his cronies on down. Exactly how Hitler got his start. Report Reply 0 replies · active 375 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Sumner Russia USSA · 375 weeks ago I feel so much safer now……………….. Bet that money from the fines buys a hell of a lot of donuts. Report Reply 0 replies · active 375 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Kim Becker · 375 weeks ago I don’t have a problem with the campaign, I just wish the law would add helmets to motorcyclists so that drivers were treated fairly no matter what they drive!! Report Reply 3 replies · active 375 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Azeeez Ansari · 375 weeks ago realistically if it is your vehicle you should have the right to wear your seat belt or not. Sure it may save a few lives here and there but the fact of the matter is the campaign seems more about revenue generation and “shopping” for reasons to cite additional fines and tickets from searching vehicles. I am not exactly sure how much it costs for a seatbelt ticket maybe $10.00? It will cost more to pay the officer with OUR tax dollars and to process it through court in labor than the ticket is worth. How much overtime are we as taxpayers having to pay so they can harass citizens. Report Reply 1 reply · active 375 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Missing the Point · 375 weeks ago This isn’t a personal rights issue, it’s a safety/cost issue. You want to complain about a $10 ticket, but the cost to insure a driver who has an accident without wearing a seatbelt is significantly higher in most cases than that of a seatbelted driver. Pair that with the healthcare costs related to such an accident, which will in turn continue to contribute to the rising cost of health insurance. These campaigns lead to a higher level of participation by drivers and riders, which in turn will save lives, and help reduce the insurance costs associated with auto and health. Report Reply 0 replies · active 375 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Curious · 375 weeks ago I’m curious if the fine is $10,are there court costs involved? If so what are they? Report Reply 0 replies · active 375 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Time for CHANGE · 375 weeks ago If the Dept. of Transportation has enough money to come after the taxpayers that fund them then it is time for the TAXPAYERS to reduce their budget. 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