Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 29 Jan 2016 – Daily press releases. A website where their accusations are posted on a daily basis. A global media relations campaign. These are things that generally cost tens of thousands of dollars a month. And, it’s exactly what the prosecution is doing in support of their case. To that end, the defendants in the high profile TCI probe and trial are publicly presenting a few questions to the mystery group running this public affairs campaign on behalf of the prosecution.“I’d like to know how much this is costing, which taxpayers are paying for it and who is running this operation to make unproven allegations against the defendants in the press?” asked Michael Misick.“If we’re committed to a free and fair process, why are both sides not given an equal number of resources in which to pursue public relations? This, along with the fact that the defendants are denied a basic right to trial by jury are two examples of how the state is stacking the deck against the defense,” concluded Misick.McAllister “Piper” Hanchell concurs, “I’d also like to know who is running this website and if the tax dollars of Turks & Caicos Islanders are being used to finance a media smear campaign against the defendants? We all want a fair trial, but, when we don’t have access to a jury and the state uses taxpayer money to fund a PR blitz against us, you wonder if justice will really be served?” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:McAllister “Piper” Hanchell, tax payers
TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Related Items:#MagneticNewsMedia Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Photo credit & Press release: InterHealthCanada Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, January 18, 2017 – Minister of Implementation, Honourable Emmalin Pierre of Grenada conducted a tour of Cheshire Hall Medical Centre on Wednesday January 18th, 2017 in conjunction with a fact-finding mission on healthcare delivery in Turks and Caicos Islands as Grenada prepares to implement a National Healthcare Programme during the second half of 2017.Honourable Pierre was accompanied by Grenada’s NHI Coordinator, David Phillip. The tour was requested by TCI’s National Health Insurance Board and led by TCI Hospital’s Chief of Medical Services, Dr. Denise Braithwaite-Tennant. Minister Pierre also met with other healthcare stakeholders during her visit to Turks and Caicos from January 17th – 19th 2017. Nearly 30 Haitians caught following illegal landing in Nassau, says Defence Force #MagneticNewsMedia Bahamas Police Commissioner Greenslade gone to UK, appointed as High Commissioner
Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #WalkforLove Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, February 10, 2017 – Tomorrow there is a Walk for Love by the Provo Road Runners in Wheeland, Providenciales; begins at 6am at Froggies on the Beach and continues to Millennium Highway and return for Island breakfast on sale and giveaways including one for a lucky couple. It’s $5 to participate.#MagneticMediaNews #WalkforLove Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Recommended for you Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, March 3, 2017 – Nassau – The shocking Scott street shooting of last week Thursday night saw some closure through the courts this week; but it was a child who was carted off to Fox Hill Prison, for the alleged shooting which left a one year old baby girl fighting for her life at hospital.Reports say after kissing his mother good bye, the teenager was handed over to the Prison. Twenty-two year old Standford Pinder of Flint Street and that 16 year old boy are the males police arrested for the Bain Town rampage where one man was killed.Leonard Sweeting, 32 years old was murdered when bullets were riddled off at a group of people standing outside a residence on Scott Street around 7:30pm on February 23rd. The duo, now in the hands of the Corrections Department, was also charged with the attempted murders of Robert Munroe and Philip Rolle and the one year old girl.There may be a case within this case, as attorneys for the boy charged in the homicide – Ashton McQuay and Racquel Huyler – allege that their client was abused by Police while in their custody. Justice Joyanne Ferguson-Pratt ordered immediate medical care for both suspects who were said to be visibly bruised.#MagneticMediaNews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo
Related Items: The Governor sent a strong message, saying “We will not allow criminals to operate and feel safe from justice in our communities”. He says while the public will notice a “more visible police presence throughout communities, other efforts are being made on the part of the RTCIPF to ensure public safety over the longer term”. His Excellency says while the police cannot do it alone, the assistance of the public is vital, and urged persons with any tips wishing to remain anonymous to contact Crime Stoppers on 1-800-8477 or contact the Chalk Sound Police Station via 338-5901. Meanwhile, the Governor expressed his thoughts and prayers to the Mr. Newman and his family during this time. Last reports, state Mr. Newman remained in a serious critical condition. The governor adds that he has been in regular contact with the Acting Commissioner of Police and with the Premier since the shooting, and assured the public that “the RTCIPF were doing all they can to bring the perpetrators of this sickening crime to justice” through ongoing investigations.Acting Commissioner of Police, Trevor Botting, described the shooting of Mr. Newman as a “callous and cowardly attack”, something the Governor says we cannot allow such in our society.#MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 26th 2017: His Excellency, Governor, Dr.John Freeman is calling on the public to come forward to the police on any knowledge of criminal activity they happen to notice or observe. His statement comes on the heels of the attention the TCI has been getting following the shooting of American tourist, Kevin Newman while in Providenciales last week.
Eusebio Di Francesco recently revealed Edin Dzeko needs to step up his game and predicted Daniele De Rossi will easily fit in as a Coach.Di Francesco gave his verdict in the recent press conference ahead of their game against SPAL.“We have a very complicated game ahead of us and we mustn’t underestimate SPAL,” he said at a Press conference according to Football Italia.“Lazzari, for example, dribbles more than anyone in this League. They must be treated with caution, but we must play with consistency.“Schick has a little problem, which we’ll assess today. If it doesn’t recover fully, Dzeko will play again.What is wrong with Sampdoria? Taimoor Khan – September 3, 2019 Things just aren’t going the way Sampdoria had planned with the club now having conceded 7 goals in the opening two games of the…“Edin has great power, he just lacks a bit of consistency. I won’t say he disappears from games, but maybe he makes himself less available to his teammates.“That’s all he’s lacking. As for everything else, he’s doing a great job. I hope to have De Rossi and Kolarov back for CSKA.“Pastore will be called up and Luca Pellegrini will play on the left. Perotti injuries? They can create a psychological malaise, but we want him back in his best condition so they stop.“I’m sorry to see it happen because Diego really lives football with love. We’re here to help him.“De Rossi? He’s already a collaborator of mine, he’s very good and I think he’ll become a Coach easily.”
The Tottenham Hotspur manager loves the Netflix TV series and compares what happens in the show to what happens in footballTalking just before Tuesday’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and PSV Eindhoven, Spurs’ manager Mauricio Pochettino believes football is sometimes like House of Cards.The Netflix TV series is famously known for its crude shown of politics.“It’s a weird season but I look so happy now because the new season of House of Cards has started,” Pochettino told ESPN.Pochettino admits Wanyama remains in his Spurs plans Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Kenyan international, Victor Wanyama, was the protagonist of a summer transfer saga, but in the end, he is set to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.“Yesterday I watched three episodes.”“I learn a lot from this series. I recommend it. I think it represents very well sometimes how we are. Sometimes football is so political, and it’s going in this direction,” he added.“Which character am I? I don’t know, it’s difficult to say. It’s dangerous to say this or this one. It’s fiction but it can translate to many businesses.”
March 23, 2018 CARLSBAD (KUSI) — A man was taken into police custody Friday after stabbing an acquaintance in a Costco parking lot.At approximately 2:47 p.m., officers from the Carlsbad Police Department responded to the parking lot of the Costco, located at 951 Palomar Airport Road regarding the report of a stabbing.Upon arrival, Officers found the victim in serious condition with multiple stab wounds.The suspect, identified as Charles Higgins, a 62-year-old male, fled the scene prior to police arrival. The Carlsbad Police Department located Higgins in Temecula where he was taken into custody, with the assistance of Murrieta PD, the Border Patrol and the Riverside Sheriff’s Department.The victim and suspect are known to each other and this is not a random act. There are no outstanding suspects.The Carlsbad Police Department Investigations Division responded and is continuing the investigation. Man in custody after stabbing in Costco parking lot KUSI Newsroom, Posted: March 23, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
On the first day he could give a driver a ticket for doing nothing other than talking on a cell phone while behind the wheel, Trooper Steve Robley did just that, including one seven minutes after he clocked in.And guess what? There were no warnings given Thursday, only $124 tickets.Robley, an 11-year veteran of the Washington State Patrol, said he saw fewer drivers with phones held to their ears than usual, a trend repeated throughout Washington, according to WSP spokesman Bob Calkins.“Everybody has their hands (on the steering wheel) at 10 and 2 today,” Robley said.Well, not everybody.Robley gave out two tickets shortly after his shift began at 8 a.m., and two more when he guided two Columbian staffers during a midafternoon patrol. Drivers received no grace period to adjust to a law that was two years in the making. Until Thursday, the talking-texting violation had been a secondary offense, meaning drivers could only be cited when they were stopped for something else. On Thursday evening, the patrol was not sure how many tickets troopers issued in Clark County for talking and texting.Robley hypothesized rainy roadways and the strengthened law had drivers on their best behavior, but said he suspects bad habits will pick up after some time passes. “We’re giving tickets on day one,” Robley said.
With its contract set to expire Sept. 30, American Medical Response received a two-year extension Tuesday to provide ambulance service in Clark County.The extension was approved 2-1 by the Clark County commissioners, who were acting in their role as the Emergency Services Medical District 2 board.The vote had been twice delayed as commissioners encouraged AMR to whittle down the recommended increases to the average patient charge.Initially, AMR, which provides ambulance service to the county with the exception of Camas-Washougal and north county, estimated it would have to increase patient charges by 20 percent to account for revenue losses due to a growing population of uninsured and underinsured patients.AMR doesn’t get any public money for its service, instead earning its profits from billings.Under the contract approved Tuesday, patients will pay a 5 percent increase. The average patient charge will increase from $753 to $795, according to information supplied by Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency. Insured patients will pay an additional $8 co-pay and uninsured patients will pay an additional $34.AMR transports approximately 4,000 people a year in Clark County to local hospitals. In 2009, 3,050 patients were insured and 712 patients were uninsured.Terms changedThe fee increase was knocked down from 20 to 5 percent by changing a few terms of AMR’s contract. For example, response times will be rolled back to 2004 standards (an extra minute in suburban areas, two extra minutes in rural areas) and the county reduced the administrative fee that AMR pays for the contract.Commissioners Marc Boldt and Steve Stuart approved the contract extension, while Commissioner Tom Mielke voted no.Mielke said he didn’t want to support any fee increase.“It’s just a tough time right now,” Mielke said.But Boldt and Stuart acknowledged that it’s through no fault of AMR that a growing number of people are uninsured or underinsured or that the reimbursement rate from Medicaid has decreased. Between 2000 and 2009, the number of uninsured patients grew from 14 percent to 20 percent, according to CRESA. Patients on Medicare now account for 35 percent of patients, up from 17 percent of patients in 2000. “If we don’t move forward with this, the taxpayers will pay more,” Stuart said. “This small fee increase that affects one percent of the population will save money for 99 percent of the population.”Had the commissioners allowed the contract to expire, there would have been an open market for ambulance service in the county, which likely would have been more expensive.
Click to enlarge When it comes to fishing in the lower Columbia River, not all areas are equal.Salmon tend to bite better in certain locations than they do in others. We’re not talking here about total catch, but rather catch-per-effort.Total catch is going to be the greatest where there are the most anglers. Catch-per-effort is like a batting average — statistically what your chances are of getting a fish each time you hit the water.The numbers are in for April’s spring chinook fishery in the lower Columbia. The river was open for 13 days in April and the Washington and Oregon departments of Fish and Wildlife generate catch estimates based on their angler sampling programs.Here’s what the numbers tell us. All of this combines hatchery fish kept plus wild fish released to produce a “success rate” percentage:o The best fishing occurred off the Oregon bank in the St. Helens area. It’s not a big secret that guys who fish off Sand Island at St. Helens do well in the spring. The location is just downstream of the mouth of Multnomah Channel, a main travel route the Willamette-origin spring chinook.
Flooding conditions have passed, but rain will likely continue into the evening, according to the National Weather Service.Heavy rain has prompted the agency to issue another flood advisory for this morning, which was in effect from 6 to 7:45 a.m. But the heavy downpours that caused flooding last night are over, said Andy Bryant, a hydrologist.“We don’t believe we’re going to have any more flooding issues,” Bryant said. “The flooding was more of an immediate response to heavy rain last evening. It was very localized street flooding.”Rainy conditions should continue this morning with showers into the afternoon. Another storm will enter the area Friday, causing rainy conditions through most of the daylight hours, he said.“We’re not expecting any huge accumulations,” Bryant said.Rain gauges indicated that 2 to 3 inches had fallen this morning since 2 a.m. in the Hockinson and Larch Mountain area of Clark County. The weather service said the excessive water from earlier will work its way through creeks and drainage. Drainage areas that could still have flooding issues include Fifth Plain Creek, Shanghai Creek, Salmon Creek and Lacamas Creek.The wet weather slowed traffic during the morning commute, with backups on I-5, but no major traffic accidents were reported. Only 3 accidents were reported during rush hour this morning.Motorists are advised not to drive vehicles into areas where the water covers the roadway as water depths may be too great to allow safe crossing. Rainy conditions look to continue into Saturday, with clearing on Sunday. Next week into Independence Day looks to be clear, with temperatures in the mid to upper 70s, Bryant said.
For the 28th year in a row, the first Saturday in December will be Walk & Knock day in Clark County. Walk & Knock is our community’s largest annual food drive, with all donations helping to feed hungry neighbors right here at home. It’s an all-volunteer operation, and it stocks up local food banks and pantries for months.Food donations are needed. A folded bag is included in today’s newspaper; you can fill the bag — or use one of your own — and set it out at your mailbox or doorway by 9 a.m. Saturday. As many as 4,000 volunteers are expected to scour the county for donations, street by street and house by house, and bring them back to central sorting sites where everything is loaded into trucks and delivered to the Clark County Food Bank.The Food Bank will redistribute everything to 32 satellite food pantries and other emergency food sites.Nonperishable donations of canned meats and fish, beans, peanut butter, rice, soup, cereal, elbow macaroni, powdered milk, baby food, diapers and toiletries are all welcome. So are donations by check. No glass containers, please.Despite the name, volunteers try to do as little actual knocking and asking as possible. Please set your donation out so they can collect it and keep moving.If you miss Saturday’s pickup, don’t despair. Numerous local businesses and nonprofit agencies — including all Les Schwab tire and Cost Less Auto Parts stores, all Riverview Community and Umpqua bank locations, all Vancouver Clinic locations, both Vancouver community centers and many Clark County fire stations — are serving as drop-off sites for the stragglers. You can keep filling donation barrels there now through Dec. 9. The whole list of drop-off sites is at http://www.walkandknock.org/one/volunteer_barrels.htm.
RelatedPosts In particular, Govertsen likened NagaWorld’s performance to the level of growth usually restricted to Macau’s biggest IRs.“Ultimately, the addition of high quality supply has spurred demand and NagaCorp is generating Macau flagship-like gaming volumes and levels of EBITDA typically only seen at 1st-tier operators,” he said.He also pointed to a series of converging positive factors including the ongoing ramp of Naga2, increased visitation to Cambodia – specifically from China – and penetration into new markets as indications NagaWorld will enjoy double-digit EBITDA growth over the next few years, prompting the likelihood of further expansion of the property.“On a longer-term basis and with 18 years of exclusivity remaining on the company’s license, we look for even more supply to be developed,” Govertsen said.“We look for Naga2 to continue to ramp over the coming months and expect the company to move forward with Naga3 in some fashion over the next few years.” Las Vegas Sands reaches new SG$4 billion loan agreements for Marina Bay Sands expansion Load More JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August The enormous growth in gaming volumes enjoyed by Cambodian integrated resort operator NagaCorp since the launch of Naga2 in November will likely see the company move ahead with plans for a Naga3 expansion sooner rather than later, according to Union Gaming analyst Grant Govertsen.His comments follow a record-breaking six months at NagaWorld, where revenue grew 85% year-on-year to US$713.9 million and net profit jumped 20% to US$180.1 million in 1H18. The results included 117% growth in VIP rolling chip to US$16.8 billion which translated to a 75% jump in VIP revenue to US$552.8 million, thanks largely to the addition of leading Macau junket operator Suncity Group on 1 March 2018.
RGB expecting strong 2019 despite second quarter revenue, profit decline The 3Q18 numbers also pushed RGB’s nine month revenue total in 2018 to MYR209.7 million, up 131% compared with the same period in 2017.Conversely, the company’s Technical Support and Management division saw profit fall by 13% for the quarter to MYR6.7 million “due to lower hold factors in certain outlets, higher depreciation on new machines for upgrading and expansion and increase of headcount in certain regions.”Discussing the results, RGB said, “The Group continues to capitalize on the strong performance of new and existing products under its portfolio in the SSM division, to increase the number of concession machines through the existing and new concessions, to carry out further improvement in the performance of concession machines in the TSM division, to promote the provision of engineering expertise to all licensed operators across the region and exploring into new markets outside Asia.“Barring unforeseen circumstances, the group expects to achieve a better performance this year.” Electronic gaming machine supplier RGB International Bhd has announced a 41% year-on-year increase in revenue to MYR86.5 million and 27% growth in profit to MYR15.3 million in the three months to 30 September 2018.The positive results were due primarily to RGB’s Sales and Marketing (SSM) division, which saw revenue rise 46% to MYR56.2 million and profit by 47% to MYR7.3 million “due to increase in the number of products sold in this quarter.” RGB added that a bulk sale to an unspecified IR in Indochina boosted its quarterly performance. Load More South Korea’s foreigner-only casinos see revenues grow in August RelatedPosts Aristocrat wins battle over intellectual property rights with US$3 million settlement
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has been accredited as a living wage employer by the Living Wage Foundation.The university, which employs around 2,500 members of staff, has committed to paying permanent employees and third-party contractors at least the living wage rate of £8.25 an hour.The voluntary rate is calculated according to the basic cost of living and is updated annually. It is distinct from the government’s national living wage rate of £7.20 an hour, which is mandatory for employees aged 25 and over.Professor Philip Vickerman, executive director to the vice chancellor for strategic initiatives and enhancements at LJMU, said: “This is a significant step for LJMU because becoming accredited as a living wage employer means that our staff have the opportunity to earn enough to provide for themselves and their families.“It is important for us as a large employer in the city to welcome the new hourly rate and encourage other organisations to do the same, especially in highlighting the benefits, which include boosting staff morale, increasing productivity and job fulfilment, and satisfying stakeholders that employees are always paid a fair wage.”
As part of a global benefits strategy, international organisations often want to expand their share plans to cover employees who are based overseas. Often, this is crucial to attract and retain key talent internationally and to achieve parity in remuneration packages across the global workforce.However, granting employees equity is a complex area, giving rise to a number of local legal issues. Each must be carefully considered as early as possible in order to avoid problems leading to costly errors for the employer and disappointment for the employee.Tax can make or break an employee share plan and its ability to provide a meaningful incentive for employees. In each jurisdiction, an organisation should take professional advice as to the tax implications of making equity awards, including whether there are any tax-planning opportunities available in that country.Other important considerations are whether the organisation or local employer has tax and/or social security withholding obligations, and whether there are any particular filing or reporting obligations.Employment and securities laws will vary from country to country, and should be investigated prior to expansion. The former includes issues such as whether works council or union consent is required, or whether the terms of the plan are likely to breach any discrimination laws; a common issue being how the treatment of retirees interacts with age discrimination laws.Securities laws can make operation of the plan difficult if not dealt with properly, and breach can lead to fines and even criminal sanctions. Key considerations include whether any consents are required to launch the plan, what communications can be made to employees, and whether any filings with the local securities authorities are necessary.The issues above are by no means an exhaustive list, so it is vital employers liaise with their professional advisors as early as possible in the proposed expansion process. Establishing a budget at the outset of the project, with a suitable buffer to deal with unexpected expenditure, can help control costs. Expanding into one country at a time may help keep things manageable, although it might increase costs overall if the project has multiple stops and starts.Dan Sharman is an associate at international law firm Bird and Bird
More than a third (38%) of respondents aged under 40 years old or aged 40 and over who have not yet retired believe that a workplace pension scheme is the safest way to save for retirement in the period July 2016-December 2016, according to research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).Its Early indicator estimates from the wealth and assets survey also found that 68% of respondents who have not yet retired cite an occupational or personal pension as an expected source of retirement income between July 2016 and December 2016. This compares to 62% in July 2014 to June 2016.The research also found:20% of respondents feel that workplace pension schemes are the retirement saving method that will make the most of their money in July 2016-December 2016, compared to 49% who cite property as the saving vehicle that will make the most of their money.15% of respondents aged under 60 years old who are not in receipt of a pension and are not currently contributing to a pension say they do not contribute to a pension because they do not know enough about pensions between July 2016 and December 2016. Other reasons for not saving into a pension include low income, they are not working or they are still in education (55%), and not being able to afford to contribute into a pension (29%).84% of employee respondents aged over 22 but under the state pension age are aware of automatic enrolment in July 2016-December 2016.18% of respondents aged 16 and over report that their decisions on pensions, savings and investments had been influenced by something in the wider world, for example the EU referendum, in July 2016-December 2016. This compares to 15% in July 2014 to June 2016.32% of respondents aged under 40 or aged over 40 but not yet retired have thought about how many years of retirement they might need to fund in July 2016-December 2016, compared to 16% of respondents aged 16 to 24 years old. Of the respondents who have thought about how many years of retirement they might need to fund, 37% expect to be retired for between 20 and 24 years in July 2016-December 2016.54% of male respondents under 65 years old and female respondents under 60 years old are fairly or very confident that their income in retirement will provide the standard of living that they hope for in July 2016 to December 2016.59% of respondents currently in work or those who are not retired but intend to work in the future expect to retire between 65 and 69 years old in July 2016 to December 2016.Nathan Long, senior pension analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: “Confusion with pension planning is worryingly on the rise. Investing in property is seen as the best way of making the most of your money despite it being one of the least tax-efficient ways to invest. More people are now citing a lack of understanding as the reason why they are not in their workplace pension, even though auto-enrolment means most will not make any decisions whatsoever to join.“The tail end of the retirement journey also is starting to show signs of people expecting to work longer, but with more than a quarter of older people not properly planning their retirement the reality could be even more severe. As people live longer and the cost of social care rises, the likelihood of inheritances acting as an additional income in retirement falls.”
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Two small sheds caught fire in Northwest Miami-Dade, Sunday morning.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded around 6:15 a.m. to the scene near North River Drive and Northwest 27th Avenue.The two sheds were found engulfed by flames at the back of the property.Crews were able to quickly extinguish the flames and prevented nearby homes from being affected.No injuries were reported.The cause of the fire remains under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The crew arrived on scene and were able to bring them man onboard their response vessel. He was transported to a nearby pier where local emergency medical service personnel were waiting. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-valdez-rescue.mp3VmJennifer-on-valdez-rescue.mp300:00RPd Station Valdez watchstanders received the call at 2 p.m., on Sunday, from a good samaritan regarding the man sitting on top of an overturned kayak approximately 50-yards from station Valdez. The man was transported to Valdez Medical Center where he was treated for symptoms of hypothermia, according to a press release from the Coast Guard. Petty Officer 3rd Class Jacob Gunderson, a member of the station Valdez: “Situation such as this one remind us why boating safety is critical, especially in Alaskan water, no matter the size of the vessel involved.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A Coast Guard crew out of Valdez rescued a 50-year old man over the weekend when his kayak overturned near Valdez on Sunday.