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A 19-year-old upstate New York man is hospitalized with serious injuries after his minivan hit a 1,000-gallon propane tank at an American Legion hall, causing a large explosion and fire. The Daily Star of Oneonta reports that police in the Delaware County village of Delhi say Joseph Mueller of Delhi hit the tank at the Legion building around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Leaking propane ignited soon after, causing an explosion and blaze that caused some damage to the building and destroyed two storage sheds and their contents. Mueller was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse. Information on his condition wasn’t available. Police say about 60 people playing bingo inside the hall at the time of the accident were safely evacuated from the building.
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Man injured when his van his propane tank, sparks explosion – New York News

They pushed her, and she fell. She tried to get up (from the floor), and they kicked her. She hollered. I heard her, got off the bed. I knew she had fallen. But as he went into the hall, he encountered the two invaders. The tall guy said, Youre the guy we want.
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Human errors are driving the need for greater automation. It has become increasingly clear that the complexity which accompanies data growth and diversity is taking a big toll, as 61 percent of respondents indicated that human error was behind application and data center outages. Software-Defined Storage Technology: Moving the Industry Forward This survey sheds new light on how IT professionals approach storage-related innovations. The data reveals that many organizations are moving away from storage functions tied to specific hardware and are deriving real CAPEX and OPEX savings and additional purchasing power by not being locked to particular hardware or being forced to go all new buys to modernize their storage infrastructure. It also points out that heavily promoted technologies, such as Object Storage, are more often found at the fringes in pilot programs, where IT is hoping to assess their value, said George Teixeira, president and CEO at DataCore. Software-Defined Storage and storage virtualization software, in contrast, are providing the features that the market is demanding right now, such as continuous availability, faster performance and higher efficiency.
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He was recently surprised with “best day ever.” Updated: Friday, May 15 2015 7:09 PM EDT2015-05-15 23:09:48 GMT The National Transportation Safety Board says it’s examining damage on the Amtrak train after a report it was “hit by a rock or shot at.” The National Transportation Safety Board says it’s examining damage on the Amtrak train after a report it was “hit by a rock or shot at.” Updated: Friday, May 15 2015 6:25 PM EDT2015-05-15 22:25:45 GMT The NYPD is looking for a woman who tried to kidnap a two year old boy from Central Park. Police say it happened at the Heckscher playground. Police say the woman went into the playground and picked up the toddler and tried to exit the park.
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