Car crashes into building at Endicott baseball fields

first_imgIn a Facebook post, the Endicott Fire Department says when crews got there, they found the driver went through the intersection from Bermond Ave, across Watson Blvd, through a guard rail and chain link fence, and into the corner of the concession stand at Logan Field. EFD was assisted on the scene by the Endicott Police Department, The Village engineer, and Endicott Water Department. Endicott Municipal Light and NYSEG were also called to check the utilities. Fire crews had to shut off power to the building until public works could get more supplies to completely secure it. ENDICOTT (WBNG)- Emergency crews were called after a car crashed into a building in Endicott Thursday morning. They say the driver was evaluated at the scene, while Fire and Code Enforcement evaluated the building and removed the fencing so the car could be removed.center_img The Village is having the building evaluated by an engineering firm to develop a repair plan. The cause is under investigation. This is a developing story, stay with 12 News for further update.last_img read more

These are the suburbs where homes are selling the fastest

first_img9 Gowrie St, BrendaleIf you snooze, you’ll lose in these suburbs where properties sell quicker than most buyers can get a chance to see them.There are 26 suburbs within the greater Brisbane region, where houses or units sell within 20 days or less of hitting the market.The fastest seller in the house market was Brendale, about 17km from the CBD, where a house could sell on average within just nine days.Only 13 houses changed hands in the small northside suburb in the past 12 months, according to CoreLogic.And with little on offer and a reasonably affordable median house price of just $465,000 it’s not hard to see why.There are only two houses listed for sale in Brendale on is a three-bedroom home at 8 Doonside Parade which is listed for offers of more than $425,000. The other one is a five-bedroom home at 9 Gowrie St, listed for $525,000.Donna Roughan of Pine Rivers Property Services – Strathpine said while Brendale was better known for commercial activity, the pocket of residential homes had started to attract the same “kudos’’ as nearby suburbs such as Eatons Hill. Ms Roughan was marketing 9 Gowrie St, after having sold it to the current owners a few years ago.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoShe said the market value of the property had increased substantially since then and believed that Brendale had become more popular because it was closer to up-market suburbs in the area such as Albany Creek and Eatons Hill.Ms Roughan said those areas had experienced an increase in amenity and infrastructure in recent years which also made it a more desirable location.“I just think people are coming five minutes further out and finding Brendale is a nice place to live.”9 Gowrie St, Brendale, one of only two houses listed for sale in the suburb.She said in the past quarter buyers had begun commenting on how quickly homes were selling in the area and that no sooner had they come on the market than they were under contract.The fastest selling unit market within the greater Brisbane area was Wishart on the southside, about 16km from the CBD, where units sold on average after 11 days on the market. The median unit price was $440,000 and there are no units listed for sale on at the moment.The only other suburb where units sold in such a short period was Boondall with a median unit price of $416,000 and an average 20 days before a buyer was found.BRISBANE’S FASTEST SELLERS:BRENDALE (House) – 9 daysWISHART (Unit) – 11 daysFERNY HILLS (H) – 14 daysCARINA (H) – 14 daysCHAPEL HILL (H) – 15 daysJINDALEE (H) – 16 daysCHERMSIDE WEST (H) – 16 daysGEEBUNG (H) – 16 daysARANA HILLS (H) -16 daysSTRATHPINE (H) – 16 daysSALISBURY (H) – 17 daysMOOROOKA (H) – 18 daysALBANY CREEK (H) – 18 daysBRAY PARK (H) – 18 daysGRIFFIN (H) – 18 daysMANSFIELD (H) – 19 daysSTAFFORD (H) – 19 daysTINGALPA (H) – 19 daysMARBURG (H) – 19 daysPINE MOUNTAIN (H) – 19 daysKALLANGUR (H) – 19 daysPETRIE (H) – 20 daysBOONDALL (U) – 20 daysCARINA HEIGHTS (H) – 20 daysKEPERRA (H) – 20 daysROCHEDALE SOUTH (H) – 20 daysSource: CoreLogiclast_img read more

Bolt nears 50 sub-10 clockings

first_imgUsain Bolt could log his 50th sub-10 seconds 100-metre clocking in 2016. Bolt, the 2008 and 2012 Olympic 100 and 200 metres champion, has already run 45 such races in his career. With the Olympic Games in the offing, he could well reach the milestone next season. The tall man moved his total up by four in 2015 with twin times of 9.87 seconds in the London Diamond League meet and clockings of 9.95 and 9.79 at the World Championships. Hampered by a back injury in 2015, he chose not to race after the World Championships. If he is fit throughout next season, he might even surpass retired American Maurice Greene, who broke the 10-second barrier 53 times. Greene has the second highest total of sub-10 times, far behind Jamaica’s Asafa Powell, who has 93 of them. Greene might also be overtaken by fellow American Justin Gatlin. The 100-metre runner-up to Bolt in both the 2013 and 2015 World Championships, Gatlin has 46 sub-10 races under his belt. He, too, should reach his half-century in 2016 if he stays as fast as he has been recently. Gatlin fired off 10 sub-10-second marks in 2013, eight in 2014 and seven in 2015. In 2008 and 2009, when he set world records of 9.69 and 9.58 seconds, respectively, Bolt reeled off fast times almost at will. In 2008, he beat 10 seconds 10 times, with seven more in 2009. Next on the list of sub-10 mass producers are 2007 World champion Tyson Gay and his USA teammate Mike Rodgers. The latter has crossed the 10-second threshold 38 times, with Gay hitting the target on 36 occasions. Statistics for this article were drawn from read more