Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington Station. (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)A seafood restaurant manager at Walt Whitman Mall died Saturday night from carbon monoxide poisoning that sent 27 others to the hospital and forced the evacuation of surrounding restaurants, Suffolk County police said.Four ambulance personnel and three police officers were among those injured, police said.Police and members of the Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to Legal Seafood at the Huntington Station mall around 6 p.m. after they received a report of a woman falling and hitting her head in the basement, police said.First responders who entered the restaurant quickly realized they were dealing with carbon monoxide after several of them began feeling nauseous and dizzy, police said.Police evacuated the restaurant and later found 55-year-old Steven Nelson, the restaurant’s manager, unconscious in the basement. The Copiague man was pronounced dead at Huntington Hospital, police said.The more than two dozen other victims were transported to five area hospitals, but their symptoms were considered non-life threatening, police said. Most of the victims were employees at Legal Seafood, police said.Detectives are focusing their investigation on the restaurant’s heating equipment, police said.Nearby restaurants, including Panera Bread and The Cheesecake Factory were also evacuated, but the carbon monoxide appeared to be confined to the basement of Legal Seafood.Homicide and Arson Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
Meanwhile former Tipp keeper Paul Fitzgerald says Tipp will need all players to perform at their best in Semple Stadium on Sunday if they’re to challenge the Munster and All Ireland champions.Throw-in is at 3.30 and the game will be broadcast live here in Tipp FM in association with O’Donovan Marquees, Birdhill. It’s now believed Kieran O’Leary has suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon. The Dr. Crokes forward will likely miss the entire Championship campaign after suffering the injury while playing a challenge match in Portugal.Paul Murphy is out of Sunday’s provincial semi-final with Tipp after suffering a shoulder injury.
West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite will turn out for Kent Spitfires in the England T20 Blast, after penning a four-match contract.The 29-year-old will play the County’s opening four fixtures of the tournament which runs from July 4 to September 15.Brathwaite, currently with Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, said he was looking forward to the stint.“I have a good relationship with Sam Billings, having played in the same team at the IPL and BBL,” the Barbadian said.“Sam chatted to me about the opportunity to join and has told me a lot about the great support and atmosphere on T20 nights.“I hope I can entertain the supporters and am looking forward to joining up with the Spitfires squad.”Brathwaite shot to prominence in the final of the T20 World Cup in India when he blasted sixes off the first four balls of the last over from England’s Ben Stokes, to lift the Windies to a dramatic win.He is a big-hitting right-hander who bowls steady medium pace, and captains the West Indies side.Kent’s director of cricket, Paul Downton, said Brathwaite’s skills set would be asset to the club’s campaign. “Carlos is a proven match winner. He is an explosive ball striker and a skillful white-ball bowler with good variations and extensive experience in the 20-over format,” Downton explained.“We are excited that Carlos will be with us for the start of our Vitality Blast campaign. I’m sure he’ll make an impact in his brief spell with the Spitfires.”Brathwaite will link up with the Spitfires side ahead of their opening group fixture against Surrey on July 6.
What is clear is that they will not be able to recover the more than 70 million euros that cost their transfer on the recommendation of Griezmann. Apparently the whole of London want it as a replacement for Erikssen to which it continues raining offers in the present winter market. The Athletic will put all the facilities to the operation and thus be able to immediately close the arrival of Cavani for the lead and the other alternative would be to Paco Alcacer. It has become the focus of current affairs in the Premier. Foot mercato and some more English media point that Tottenham has been launched to try the signing of the red and white Lemar for the present month of January. Until now only the options of Arsenal and Lyon had been discussed. The mattress leaders have the exit of Lemar as their high priority since in case of getting it the arrival of Cavani would be facilitated which remains the priority request of Simeone.