• OAW Sports Complex in New Berlin suffers partial collapse from severe weather
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    OAW Sports Complex in New Berlin suffers partial collapse from severe weather

    NEW BERLIN, Wis. — The roof of the OAW Indoor Sports Complex in New Berlin partially collapsed, in large part due to rain and severe weather Tuesday night, authorities say. A city of New Berlin spokesperson wrote in a statement that crews responded to the building around 7:47 p.m. for a partial collapse with as many as 50 people inside. They shut off the natural gas line to the building because a strong odor was coming from the front door. The owner of the building told fire crews that he was confident everyone got out, after reviewing onsite security camera footage. The spokesperson says crews deemed the building “very unsafe.” No one…

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    OUTDOORS: Plenty of options for outdoor sports even in the wet weather

    Staying warm and well-fed on leftovers may be the most attractive option considering the forecast of three potential atmospheric rivers sweeping their way over the Pacific Northwest through Sunday. Friday looks to be the bright spot in a meteorologically dark time of year. This is the stormiest week of the year, traditionally. There are some outdoors options, even in wet weather. “Lake Leland is always an option. There are plenty of trout in the lake, but the fish are now in inactive winter mode since the lake water is now 40 degrees or less,” Quilcene’s Ward Norden said. “The the fish are in winter mode, so trolling is not very…

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    Covid 19 coronavirus Delta outbreak: Aucklanders urged to avoid temptation of water sports as warmer weather sets in

    All of New Zealand – except for Auckland – will move to alert level 2 at 11.59pm on Tuesday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced. Police are urging Aucklanders to avoid the temptation of water sports, which would breach lockdown restrictions, as warmer weather starts to set in. It comes after police said they are considering enforcement action against a fisherman who was rescued off rocks at Papanui Point near Raglan yesterday afternoon. While fishing off rocks is permitted under alert level 3 restrictions, which are in place in the Waikato, police said the man was from outside the area. The man was able to swim to a nearby rock…

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