ROCK 105.1’s What’s Trending? November 7th

Today the rain ends this AM, it’ll be windy & the temperature falls to 11.
Tonight clouds, wind & 6.
Tmrw., sun, wind & 9.
Fri., sun, cloud & 9

Halifax Stanfield International Airport says it’s Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) is activated in response to a 747 cargo aircraft that went off the end of a runway earlier this morning upon landing around 5:15AM.
It tweeted saying 5 crew were on board Skylease cargo flight KKE 4854.
They’ve been taken off and transported to hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Halifax Stanfield says the airfield is closed until a perimeter around the site has been established.
It says after that, another runway will be reopened.
Flights are being delayed and cancelled so be sure to check before heading out to the airport this morning by CLICKING HERE
Updates will be provided as info is available.

A special announcement is coming today from Maritime Football Limited Partnership and the Canadian Football League Commissioner.
Media are invited to join MFLP’s Anthony LeBlanc and Bruce Bowser and CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie at Saint Mary’s University.
There will be a brief presentation followed by media availability.
Last week, Halifax Regional Council voted in favour of a staff report looking at a thorough business case for a stadium on the Shannon Park lands in Dartmouth.
We’ll have all the details – as ROCK 105.1 will be there.

The 48 year old driver of the Halifax Metro Transit bus that hit a 52 year old woman in a marked crosswalk is facing a charge for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
The crash happened Friday around 7:30PM in the 600 block of Portland Street in Dartmouth.
The transit bus was traveling inbound when she hit the woman which caused her to suffer life threatening injuries.
She was taken to hospital by EHS.
Portland Street inbound stayed closed until 11PM.

A 71 year old man is in hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries after a hunting accident.
RCMP says it happened just before 2:30PM yesterday at a camp on Highway 2 in Economy.
Police say the man injured both legs when another man at the camp picked up a rifle and it accidentally discharged.
The two men knew each other and the investigation continues.

Investigators believe a 35 year old man wanted by Calgary police may have moved to Nova Scotia and could be living in Halifax.
Calgary Police are asking the public to help find Cory Dale Cromwell who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
He’s wanted for failing to attend court to answer to drug and weapons charges in Alberta.
He’s described as 5’9″ tall, approximately 190 pounds, with a medium build and usually has a shaved head.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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