Menachem Mendel Chaim Ben Mirel Death – Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Baltimore Jewish Life has passed away from the injuries sustained in a boating accident. According to reports, Braun was involved in a boating accident on Monday evening August 28, 2023. He was severely injured and was transported to the hospital. At the hospital, the doctors did not see any changes in Menachem Mendel Chaim ben Mirel’s condition later on there we changes in his heart rate and blood pressure.
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Two women from Baltimore were slain early on Sunday morning when a 37-foot boat collided with a concrete abutment just south of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, according to emergency officials. Candy Thomson, a spokesperson for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police, stated that six individuals were hospitalised following the collision. The deceased women were identified as 41-year-old Windy Lawson and 45-year-old Kimberly Ervin.
Thomson stated that the accident was initially reported to authorities at 3:08 a.m. She reported that authorities discovered one of the women’s bodies at 8:20 a.m. and the other shortly before 1 p.m. The company dined and drank Saturday evening at the Hard Yacht Cafe in Dundalk, where they met the boat’s captain, according to Thomson. According to Thomson, Timothy Wilson, 55, offered the group a transport to Fells Point, where they spent several hours in bars.
She stated that the collision occurred as the boat approached the Key Bridge on its journey back to Dundalk. Thomson reported that a Baltimore-registered Sea Ray Sundancer rammed one of four concrete abutments on the Dundalk side of the Patapsco River. The structures are positioned along the shipping channel, 50 yards away from the bridge, to prevent vessels from striking it. The bridge carrying Interstate 695 across the Patapsco River was not damaged, according to the Coast Guard.
Four of the eight persons aboard the vessel were ejected, according to a statement from the Coast Guard. Two individuals were transported to the Maryland Shock Trauma Centre, two individuals were transported to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Centre, and two individuals were transported to the University of Maryland Medical Centre.
According to Thomson, the individuals involved did not appear to have been wearing life vests. Accident responders included Baltimore County police and fire departments, the Coast Guard, Baltimore police, Maryland State Police, the Maryland Transportation Authority and an Anne Arundel County Sonar dive team. A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Atlantic City, New Jersey, reportedly located the first missing boater.
According to Thomson, investigators are working to determine the cause of the accident.
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