Offbeat Disabled veteran helps deliver daughter on sidewalk

07:22  28 november  2017
07:22  28 november  2017 Source:   MSN

Not guilty verdict for driver who mounted the sidewalk and killed pedestrian on Dundas St.

  Not guilty verdict for driver who mounted the sidewalk and killed pedestrian on Dundas St. Bad driving, but not criminally bad driving. That, in a nutshell, was the ruling of Mr. Justice Peter Bawden in finding Gideon Fekre not guilty of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death. Explaining his verdict to a packed courtroom Tuesday after a week-long trial, Bawden ruled that it was a “momentary lapse of attention” that caused Fekre to fail to negotiate a turn on Dundas St. E. approaching Carlaw Ave. in April 2015, crossing a bike lane, and driving onto the sidewalk for a distance of “some 20 metres,” where he struck and ultimately killed 31-year-old Kristy Hodgson and one of the two dogs she was walking at the time.

Marcus Nash, a disabled veteran , helped deliver his daughter last week after his fiance went into labor just steps outside of their front door. “I laid her down right here,” Nash told the news outlet, pointing to the sidewalk .

Disabled veteran helps deliver daughter on sidewalk . According to People magazine, Whiddon, 23, learned that her son didn’t have arms or legs when she was just 18 weeks pregnant.

a man wearing glasses: Marcus Nash, a disabled veteran, helped deliver his daughter last week after his fiance went into labor just steps outside of their front door.© Provided by Fox News Marcus Nash, a disabled veteran, helped deliver his daughter last week after his fiance went into labor just steps outside of their front door. The birth of a baby is a momentous occasion for any family, but for one disabled veteran and his fiancé where and how their daughter was born has made it all the more special. Last Tuesday, Marcus Nash and Charlie White were just steps outside of their front door and on their way to the hospital when White was overcome with pain, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

“When that last pain hit I just knew it was time, and I couldn’t stop it,” White told the news outlet.

Nash, who has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), quickly guided White to nearby cement and sprang into action.

'Lapse of attention': Gideon Fekre found not guilty in death of pedestrian on Dundas

  'Lapse of attention': Gideon Fekre found not guilty in death of pedestrian on Dundas 'Lapse of attention': Gideon Fekre found not guilty in death of pedestrian on Dundas Bad driving, but not criminally bad driving.That, in a nutshell, was the ruling of Mr. Justice Peter Bawden in finding Gideon Fekre not guilty of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death.Explaining his verdict to a packed courtroom Tuesday after a week-long trial, Bawden ruled that it was a “momentary lapse of attention” that caused Fekre to fail to negotiate a turn on Dundas St. E. approaching Carlaw Ave.

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“I laid her down right here,” Nash told the news outlet, pointing to the sidewalk. “The baby was coming out.”

With the help of two neighbors, Nash coached White through the delivery of Marlee Jane while waiting for an ambulance crew to arrive. Cardena Williamson and Bri Anderson provided blankets and towels to White and the baby.

“I don’t know what I would have done,” Nash told Fox 5 Atlanta. “I would have been waiting for the ambulance to come with a whole baby in my hand.”

Hernandez lawyers want to keep daughter's lawsuit separate .
BOSTON - Lawyers for the estate of late NFL star Aaron Hernandez are trying to prevent a $20 million lawsuit against the National Football League from being merged with a wider class-action suit addressing former NFL players' head injuries. The Boston Herald reports that the NFL and co-defendants are asking a federal judge to temporarily stay proceedings in Hernandez's case, which was filed in state court on behalf of his 5-year-old daughter. The The Boston Herald reports that the NFL and co-defendants are asking a federal judge to temporarily stay proceedings in Hernandez's case, which was filed in state court on behalf of his 5-year-old daughter.

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