A video Created as the closing act for Mardi Gras 2014. The song was performed Live By Adam George, Nathan Mohen and Marcia Hines, here they have used the original track By Macklemore “Same Love”
Director / Videographer:
Elvis Di Fazio
Main: Mathew Clarke
Love Interest: Adam George
Mother: Lorraine Young
Father: Frank Stead
Sister: Hayley Maher
Guy at the Bar:
one night stands:
Jean Paul Jr
Hair and Make up:
Where Lakeshore East and West part ways… #GOTransit #Toronto #Union #Station (at Union Station Platform 27)
Strong hands, mind and stomach. The #profession of #compassion.
…But even the strongest can suffer. Learn about PTSD. I recommend you start here: http://goo.gl/G6zgIJ
Waiting for the inevitable to happen… Concrete was kissed shortly thereafter. (at Better Living Centre)
Photos from today’s 96 vehicle collision on Ontario (Canada) Highway 400, including a spectacular shot of the squall as it moved into the region (first photo).
The incident occurred in the south-bound lanes just after 09:00 ET. The highway was subsequently shut down in both directions while emergency services responded from Simcoe County and York Region. Normally, 80,000+ vehicles travel this stretch of highway - it is the main highway between the City of Barrie / Cottage Country and the Greater Toronto Area.
For my readers who are unfamiliar with a “Snow Squall” - it’s a powerful “mini snow storm” that forms when cold winds blow across large open bodies of water, such as the Great Lakes of North America. Wikipedia has an article here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowsquall
Photos linked from The National Post / The Canadian Press and CTV News. The last photo (#10) via Twitter user @lbutko_19.
Note the York Region Paramedic Service unit 3900 - A converted city bus used for large-scale operations. Toronto EMS and the Ottawa Paramedic Service also utilize units like this.
Is your service equipped to deal with an MCI of this scale? Are neighbouring services able to provide assistance?
Quote from the linked article at CBC.ca
"Ninety-six vehicles were involved in crashes north of Toronto on Highway 400 this morning, Ontario Provincial Police say."
The highway is closed in both directions between Highway 89 and Mapleview Drive (~15 KM of the highway).
Reports suggest only three people transported to hospital.
"The area of Highway 400 where the pileup occurred is a very busy stretch.
According to data on the Ministry of Transportation’s website, an average of 80,400 vehicles drove the section of Highway 400 between Innisfil Beach Road and Mapleview Drive on a daily basis in 2010.”