A child was left in a car in direct sunlight in the parking lot of a shopping center in La Chapelle-Saint-Luc in France.
This Wednesday, a four-year-old child was left in a car in full sun in the parking lot of the Escapade shopping center in La Chapelle-Saint-Luc (Aube), France, as indicated by our colleagues from theIs Eclair.
A customer of the shopping center passing by noticed the presence of the child alone in the vehicle while the mercury read 30ºC. The rear window was ajar but only a few millimeters and not allowing the air, which was essential to circulate.
The worried witness warned the security officers of the Carrefour which was inside the shopping center.
The latter then rushed to the parking lot: “We had to break the window,” said one of them, a man named Nathan. He and his colleague then took the child out of the car to drive him to the refrigerated section of the Carrefour store: “He was hot,” Nathan continued.
Fortunately, the child’s temperature dropped quickly, but he was still taken to hospital as a precaution.
His mother, who then joined the car, explained that she had only left him alone for a few minutes, the time to withdraw money from the ATM.
PADUA “I apologize to the city, but my was not a violent gesture is arrogant, much less a lack of respect towards the people or Padua”. Carlo Mancuso is amazed at the clamour aroused by his parking creative last Sunday when, to save his Porsche convertible from the shower, he decided to park it under the porch behind the windows of the Duke Of Aosta, while he was at the bar Baessato, but it also says saddened by the comments that are poisonous that the photo of the car at the shelter has raised about social.
THE STORY “They were the 15.30 to about began to fall tears and you could tell that he was going to get a shower important, perhaps even the hail – tells Mancuso – close the hood of my light yellow, so I call her affectionately, is very difficult. It is a maneuver by hand, and serve two people, and in a moment I realized that he would never have made it in time. I had no choice, I stood and I took her to the shelter in the first place that came to mind, in which, however, remained about ten minutes, then I immediately removed. Who took the picture did it at the first ray of the sun”. Mancuso with its light yellow is an entrepreneur widely known in the city and also as the character that embodies the history of the movida. Sixty years old but doesn’t show it, last year launched shaby chic a local on the beach of Sottomarina, with the enthusiasm of a guy who loves life and face everything, even the sadness with a smile. “I realize that I have exaggerated, I am a person that has the utmost respect for the children and for the disabled and parking in that way, under a porch off of about 5 metres, I calculated that there were over 2, because anyone could easy change – continues the entrepreneur – I do not feel I deserve much criticism and even insults free that I received for the parking of a few minutes, and even arouse much outcry”.
THE CHARACTER Mancuso describes as a normal person, responsible, love life and fun, and obviously in love with his car that everyone will recognize. “I am not rich, I don’t buy a Porsche the day, my light yellow I purchased it in 1994 and I keep it as a relic – stresses Mancuso – I’m not a thug, I only put it on instinct my car to the shelter where it could be damaged by the storm. I’m really sorry but I did not do it for other reasons, and that gesture is not part of my way of being, I had no choice. And again, sorry to those who felt offended in any way”. The photo yesterday, it soon made the rounds of social provoking thousands of comments, and not all unfavourable, while many have spoken of the arrogance and the age-old problem of wild parking in the vicinity of the Baessato.
Previously, the government of Georgia started an investigation after the death of 27-year-old black Rashard Brooks on the evening of 12 June. He died in a hospital in Atlanta after he was injured during the arrest by the police.
The law enforcement officers arrived on call in a fast food restaurant, in the Parking lot which was hindering the other drivers car. In the cabin slept drunk Brooks. The police tried to detain him, but he resisted. African American grabbed one of the officers Taser (gun-Taser) and tried to escape. In the end, the police opened fire. One of the law enforcement officers were also injured.
After the incident in Atlanta with new force protests erupted against police racism. The city police chief Erica shields, resigned.
At first, the facilities had a carpet that prevented homeless people from having to sleep on the asphalt, but ended up being withdrawn, when those responsible found that it was difficult to clean, and could become a focus of infection.
Many of the homeless people installed in the parking lot come from from the Catholic Charitie’s shelter, which had to close its doors after several cases of coronavirus occurred, explains the same medium. Others have come from different centers that are overwhelmed by the health emergency.
Although the facilities in the car park have the help of volunteers who assist its residents, the truth is that many users on social networks criticized this solution, remembering that hotels in Las Vegas, a city known for its luxurious casinos, are closed.
Now, more than 164,000 people have been infected in the United States, and about 3,200 have died. Over the weekend, the White House expert on the pandemic claimed that 200,000 citizens could die. A day later, Trump claimed that if 100,000 were killed, “a good job” would have been done.
The Cepeda family, like many across Connecticut, is settling into a new normal.
“Only about a day has passed,” said Christian Cepeda via FaceTime. “As for the future, we’ll just have to wait and see.”
Cepeda and her mother Josefina both work at Foxwoods Resort Casino. Cepeda’s sister works in Mohegan Sun. All three family members are temporarily out of work due to the historic closure of the COVID-19 casino.
“We should all be concerned because we don’t know exactly how long it will last,” said Cepeda. “At some point you don’t know when things will pile up too high.”
Cepeda has spent the past five years working on world-class Monza Karting in the resort. Cepeda’s sister is a Mohegan Sun reseller and her mother, Josefina, has worked on Foxwoods’ maintenance team for 19 years.
“As you can imagine, his routine is completely out of his mind,” said Cepeda.
Casinos are closed for two weeks. According to a spokesman for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council, all members of the Foxwoods team were fired for the two weeks. I am able to use the benefit time, with all the benefits remaining in place.
Mohegan Sun president and chief executive officer Jeff Hamilton said he had made no layoffs due to the temporary shutdown.
“This is a difficult and arduous moment in which we find ourselves, even if the top priority of our leadership is to bring all the interested team members back to a reopening, at which point we have the utmost confidence that we will return stronger than ever in providing an unparalleled experience for our guests, “wrote Hamilton in a note.
Cepeda said his family is grateful that the casinos have closed to keep everyone safe. Their jobless time so far has been filled with extra family time, enjoy each other’s company.
Cepeda and her sister applied for unemployment and also helped the mother to apply for unemployment. He fears for his colleagues who don’t have access to a computer or understand how to apply for unemployment.
“My mom is lucky because my sister and I are here,” said Cepeda. “But there are many other families, many other immigrant workers and then they come to find that they lose their jobs for an uncertain number of weeks. Some don’t even know how to sign up for unemployment. You have to do it through online.”
The Connecticut Department of Labor has received over 52,000 unemployment claims since Friday March 13, which is approximately 20 times the normal amount of claims. The DOL usually received 2,500 requests per week.
According to the DOL, they are continuing to move resources to devote more staff to processing new complaints. The governor also authorized the use of overtime for this purpose.
With more unemployed people across the state, soup kitchens are preparing to serve even more meals.
The St. Vincent de Paul Place team in Norwich made changes to make meals safer. They only serve meals in travel containers and some of their older volunteers stay at home, but don’t slow down. They are preparing for even more people in the area to need help due to an increase in the laid-off workers.
“Many of these people could come to the food pantry once a month, they just needed a little bit to get over the hump,” said Jill Corbin, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul Place Norwich. “Now that I’m without those jobs, we’ll see many more.”
St. Vincent de Paul Place is asking for more volunteers to work in the kitchen and volunteers to help prepare sandwiches. The meal center serves breakfast and lunch daily. At each meal people can also take a sandwich to go.
They are also asking for supplies including travel containers and sandwich bags. Pasta, pasta sauce and jelly are just some of the items that will help keep the pantry.
The ministry canteen normally works Monday through Saturday, however, a crowded-style meal will be served on Sunday in the parking lot of downtown Cliff Street. The meal is usually served at Lee Method United Church. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the meal could not be hosted in the church. Community and faith leaders came forward to host the community meal on St. Vincent de Paul Place instead this Sunday at 1:00 pm.
Cepeda said his family is doing well and are grateful that they don’t have to take advantage of the canteen’s services at the moment. Her family is worried about their colleagues.
“He wants everyone to know that this is serious,” said Cepeda, translating for his mother. “He hopes that he returns to normal because there are many families who depend on their complete control and now their life is completely turned upside down.”