Bakery wholesaler Bako Northern bore the brunt of the winds yesterday when a roof collapsed on 15 cars as storms battered parts of the UK.A row of five almost-finished industrial units in Langley Moor, County Durham, came down as if it had been subject to a controlled explosion, the operations manager at Bako Northern next door said. The roof blew off on to Bako’s car park, crushing employees’ vehicles, but injuring no-one.The dramatic collapse happened at around 9.40am on Monday, when the winds were gusting strongly across the industrial estate.The building that collapsed was in the process of being finished, but there were no workers on site at the time. It was thought there were no doors on the property when the gust brought it down. It is not owned by Bako Northern and is on an adjoining site.Group operations manager Sean Kelly said: “It was extremely lucky for us, all our drivers were out, there were no contractors or visitors. There was nobody hit by a flying brick, though debris was strewn across the yard.“We have to thank our lucky stars it happened when it did, when we were at our quietest. When we saw the CCTV afterwards, it looked like a building brought down by a controlled explosion.”A total of 10 fire crews attended, as well as the air ambulance, which arrived as a precaution, but fortunately no-one was trapped.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police are asking for the public’s help in finding the vandals that spray painted “Trump Lies” with a swastika replacing the M in five locations since last month, authorities said.The messages were found on the County Road 19-Long Island Expressway overpass in Holtsville on Jan. 1, the Hawkins Avenue-LIE overpass in Ronkonkoma the next day, on a wall on Horseblock Road in Yaphank on Jan. 18, on a cement barrier on the Horseblock Road-Long Island Rail Road overpass in Medford on Feb. 3 and on a billboard on Veterans Memorial Highway in Ronkonkoma on Feb. 27, police said.Hate Crimes detectives are investigating the incidents are bias crimes. The incidents are the latest in a recent string of swastikas that have been found on LI.Last month, a swastika made of Silly String was found on a sidewalk in Jericho and two swastikas were found spray painted in a park in Massapequa. A 20-foot swastika was found dug into a Levittown ball field in December and that same month a Nassau Community College student was arrested for drawing swastikas around campus.And in late November, swastikas were found spray painted along with the message “Make America White Again,” a play on President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, on a sidewalk in Mineola.In addition to these incidents, someone recently spray painted two swastikas on the side of a Pear Street home in Central Islip, Suffolk County police said. The homeowner reported the crime at 11 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20.Under New York State law, swastika graffiti is considered aggravated first-degree harassment punishable by up to four years in prison and $5,000 in fines, plus restitution.Suffolk County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest in the “Trump Lies” cases. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.
12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » The infamous Carbanak cybergang was uncovered in 2015 after its members had stolen more than $1 billion from over 100 banks worldwide. Notably, the group began each cyber-heist with a simple spear phishing attack aimed at individual employee computers.All it took for the heist to work was one employee clicking on an infected email link or attachment. This click would inject malware into that one computer which, in turn, infiltrated the internal network and installed information-gathering spyware on administrative computers. From there, it was relatively simple for the attackers to mimic the bank clerks’ activities, allowing them to hijack e-payment systems, inflate internal account balances and even program ATMs to dispense cash.Fiendishly clever? Yes. Surprisingly easy for the thieves to execute? Yes, again. Let’s look at some lessons your credit union can learn from such a simple but effective attack.We want to note that we believe in the points we are about to make in this article because we do them ourselves. At PSCU and its consulting group, Advisors Plus, we emphasize employee education, implement proper vendor controls and create easily understood information protection policies. Each of these has proven to be a cost-effective, common-sense way to protect information and financial assets.
Facebook8Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by TwistiesNow more than ever, coming to Twisties is the best time you will have any day of the week!!!Beginning Monday October 22, we will have daily specials and events that will be so much fun it’ll knock your socks off!Calendar of EventsMondays: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMEvery Monday is Family Night! Bring the whole family for a yummy frozen yogurt treat and receive 20% off!Twisties wants to thank the military and their families for all they do for us. In our appreciation, Military families will receive 25% off on Family Night Mondays.Tuesdays & Thursdays: 11:00 AM to 8:00 PMCome on in for your yogurt treat and guess the EXACT weight of your cup of yogurt and it’s FREE!!!Wednesdays: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PMIT’S HERE!!!! WAFFLE Wednesdays!!! Come in to Twisties every Wednesday and enjoy a fresh, warm waffle with fro yo and toppings! They are soooooo GOOD!!! It’ll make your mouth want to do the happy dance!!!!Monday thru Friday: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PMHappy Hour (actually it’s Happy 3-hour, but who’s counting)… Yep, every weekday between 3 & 6 PM we will serve hot coffee, cocoa or apple cider to our friends who come in for some delicious, nutritious and healthy fro yo. That’ll warm you up on these brisk fall days.Join us at Twisties! We look forward to seeing you.Twisties Frozen Yogurt is located at 5500 Corporate Center Ln SE, Suite B in Lacey.