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Motorcycle crash in Clinton County claims 1 life

CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. — A 20-year-old man is dead after crashing his motorcycle on a winding section of road in Clinton County on Sunday afternoon.

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort died on the scene as a result of his injuries.

Hernandez was an active member of the United States Army National Guard.   

According to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, Hernandez was traveling with two other motorcycles on State Road 38 heading west through a stretch of road that curves twice near County Road 500 South and County Road 450 East.

Investigators believe Hernandez went off the north side of the roadway while entering the second curve and struck a concrete drainage culvert.

Police say Hernandez was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and was the sole occupant on the motorcycle. Speed is believed to be a factor in the crash.

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National Guardsman dies in Clinton County motorcycle crash

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort, died in a crash on a road that splits into two nearly 90 degree turns, the sheriff’s office said.

CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. — A 20-year-old man died Sunday in a motorcycle crash on State Road 38 in Clinton County. Authorities say he was an active member of the National Guard.

Leonardo Hernandez Jimenez, 20, of Frankfort, was the lead motorcycle in a group of three who were traveling westbound on State Road 38 East. 

At around 3 p.m., the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office said dispatch began receiving 911 calls reporting a single-vehicle motorcycle crash with injuries near State Road 38, County Road 500 South, and County Road 450 East. In this area, State Road 38 turns into two nearly 90 degree turns, with County Road 500 South running east and County Road 450 East running south, the sheriff’s office explained. 

Deputies went to the

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37 Percent of Meade County, Site of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Vaccinated Before Event

In South Dakota’s Meade County, the site of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, just 37 percent of the residents are fully COVID vaccinated before the annual event that is expected to attract more than 700,000 people, the Associated Press reported.

Health experts called the Sturgis rally a “superspreader” after it was held last year, leading to 463 COVID-19 infections among attendees.

This year’s rally, which attracts many travelers, is scheduled to take place Aug. 6-15.

Although South Dakota has seen lower rates of summer COVID-19 cases compared to last year, Dr. Doug Lehmann, the head of a Rapid City health clinic, said the event is “sort of the perfect storm for pandemic spread,” to the AP.

Retired South Dakota physician Dr. Jim Buchanan said that “there’s a lot of forces that are coming together to make it potentially worse (than last year).”

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Just 37 percent of Meade County residents are fully
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Woman Shot And Killed After Argument At North County Magnificence Salon, Police Say

The Mursi people help us redefine magnificence — a multi-faceted word which can imply various things to different Juice Beauty folks. Self/Reflection is every week of stories on the Cut about how we feel, versus how we look.

Nonbinary and transgender are part of the mainstream beauty narrative. As the rights of LGBTQ individuals have been codified within the courts, so have the aesthetics particular to them been absorbed into the wonder dialogue. Transgender fashions walk the runways and appear in promoting campaigns. They are hailed on the red carpet for his or her glamour and good style but additionally for his or her bodily traits.

  • Women more and more are seeking plastic surgery ‘fixes’ to attain this look.
  • The no-poo movement has taken the sweetness world by storm.
  • Many lovely women have been made joyful by their own magnificence, however no clever woman has ever been made joyful by
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