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  • Woman rescued from vehicle trapped in flood waters in Montgomery

    first_imgVermont Business Magazine At approximately 5:30 Tuesday evening, Vermont State Police received a report of an occupied truck stuck in rising flood waters on Longley Bridge Road in Montgomery. Members of the Vermont State Police, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Enosburg Rescue, and area fire departments responded to the scene. During their response units found direct routes to the stuck vehicle were impassible due to flood waters and/or heavy mud on back roads. This drastically increased response times as alternative routes were sought. At one point a responding ambulance and fire truck were stuck in heavy mud on Longley Bridge Road.Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Corporal McKenny was the first law enforcementto arrive on scene. He and nearby resident, Stanley Longley, sawthe full size truck stuck in the rising flood waters. Realizing the trappedfemale was sitting in the frigid water and fearing the vehicle may be swept awayCorporal McKenny and Mr. Longley took action.Mr. Longley obtained his large farm tractor from his residence and drove it tothe edge of the flood water.  Corporal McKenny boarded the tractor and MrLongley backed into the water towards the stuck vehicle.  Once at the vehicleCorporal McKenny was able to break a window and pull the female out of thetruck.  McKenny, with the assistance of Enosburg Rescue member Dean Scott, wasable to get the female to the tractor.  Mr. Longley then drove all involved tosafety.The female was not seriously injured and was transported to Northwest MedicalCenter for precautionary purposes.Vermont State Police would like to remind the public the importance of notdriving on submerged roadways. The National Weather Service reports each yearmore deaths occur due to flooding than from any other severe weather relatedhazard. The Centers for Disease Control report that over half of allflood-related deaths occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous flood water.Source: Vermont State Police 4.15.2014last_img read more

  • You Probably Don’t Know Who Your Work Rivals Are

    first_imgNew York Magazine:In most cases, it’s pretty easy to know who your work friends are: the people you goof off with on Slack, or vent to when a colleague does something annoying, or naturally gravitate toward during the office happy hours.There’s no easy strategy, though, for figuring out who your rivals are — the ones competing against you for the boss’s attention, or the leadership slot in that cool new project, or even a higher spot in the office social hierarchy. And according to a study recently published in the journal Psychological Science and highlighted by the Association for Psychological Science blog, we’re a lot better at picking out the people that like us than the ones trying to take us down.Read the whole story: New York Magazinelast_img read more