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Carlos Santana - Carlos Santana ‘doing well’ after legendary guitarist collapses from ‘heat exhaustion’ on stage - - USA - Pennsylvania - city Santana - Lake - Michigan - city Detroit, state Michigan
Carlos Santana ‘doing well’ after legendary guitarist collapses from ‘heat exhaustion’ on stage
supports HTML5 videoAn update has been shared on the health of Carlos Santana after the iconic musician fainted on stage, before being taken to the emergency department for medical care.On Tuesday evening, the legendary guitarist was performing at Pine Knob Music Theatre in Detroit, Michigan when he collapsed during the performance.Medical workers were photographed attending to him on stage, with it being claimed by a local news anchor that the crowd were ‘asked to pray for him’ because of a ‘serious medical issue’.In a statement published on Santana’s website, it says that the 74-year-old was ‘over-taken by heat exhaustion and dehydration’ at the time, which is why he required urgent medical attention.‘Rock Legend Carlos Santana was over-taken by heat exhaustion and dehydration during a concert Tuesday (July 5) evening in Michigan,’ it states.‘The guitar great was taken from his show at Pine Knob Music Theatre (formerly DTE Energy Music Theatre), an outdoor amphitheater in Clarkston, some 40 miles northwest of Detroit, Michigan.’The message explains that the multi-Grammy Award winner was whisked to the emergency department at McLaren Clarkston ‘for observation’, and is now ‘doing well’, his manager, Michael Vrionis said.There was scheduled to be another show on Wednesday evening, which was to be held at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.However, that performance is being postponed for a later date, with Vrionis adding that further details will be shared through Live Nation.A video shared on Twitter by a journalist based in Detroit showed Santana seemingly waving to the audience as he was carried off stage, with his fans cheering and clapping for him in a show of support.Numerous people have been
Hilary Duff - Howard Stern - Melissa Joan Hart - Lake Tahoe - Melissa Joan Hart rewears 21-year-old dress to celebrate holiday - - Australia - city Melbourne, Australia - county Bryan - Lake - city Cranston, county Bryan
Melissa Joan Hart rewears 21-year-old dress to celebrate holiday
A post shared by Melissa Joan Hart (@melissajoanhart)In speaking about her dress, Melissa, 46, said she purchased it in 2000 in Melbourne, Australia. "I wore it on the #LateShow with #JayLeno in 2021 after 9/11 when I only wore red, white and blue for the better part of a year," she said, noting the clothing hangs in her vacation house in Lake Tahoe."It became a July 4th staple in my Tahoe closet in about 2008 and I have since worn it every year minus 2019 when I spent Independence Day on the east coast," she said. Melissa's Instagram post also showed her in the oft-recycled dress standing alongside Hilary Duff and Bryan Cranston — a photo, she said, that was "doctored.""That never actually happened in my memory," she said. A post shared by Melissa Joan Hart (@melissajoanhart)While the of-legal-drinking-age eagle outfit got all the attention, the actress began her holiday weekend in a green floral dress. She also shared an incredible video of a water rescue simulation exercise at Lake Tahoe.The bird is the word for Melissa.Howard Stern is apparently joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he accidentally revealed on his SiriusXM show.During a break in his show, the radio icon — who didn't realize his microphone was still on — let slip that he's part of Marvel's upcoming "Doctor Doom" project, which has yet to be officially announced. The bombshell occurred as Howard spoke with his show's producer about booking potential guests for the show.
Cops arrest 4th of July parade shooter responsible for killing six people - - Britain - Lake - county Highland - city Chicago, county Park
Cops arrest 4th of July parade shooter responsible for killing six people
Police have arrested Robert E Crimo III, the suspected shooter behind the July 4 massacre that left six people dead.The 22-year-old suspect opened fire from a rooftop at the parade in the suburb of Highland Park in Chicago just after 10am on Monday morning.According to NBC Chicago Reporter, Mary Ann Ahern, Robert was arrested and taken into custody at around 12:30am (UK time).READ MORE: Multiple people gunned down as shooter fired into parade 'from rooftop'She tweeted: "Highland Park suspect Robert Crimo apprehended in North Chicago after pursuit."It comes after Highland Park Police earlier surrounded Robert's family home as they searched for him in a massive manhunt. Chief Lou Jogmen said Robert was taken into custody without incident and charges were pending as police continue to investigate.Lake County Major Crimes Task Force spokesman Chris Covelli said: "So far, there is no reason to believe there was more than one shooter."The shooting in Highland Park, about 25 miles north of Chicago, began shortly after 10am on Monday (July 4) as parade-goers enjoyed a Fourth of July parade along Central Avenue.Authorities said a rifle was recovered from the scene where at least 25 people were shot, ranging in age from eight to 85.The suspect is believed to have fired at members of the public from the rooftop of a nearby shop.
Man searching for flying discs in alligator-filled lake found with 'three limbs missing' - - Florida - city Santo - Taylor - Lake
Man searching for flying discs in alligator-filled lake found with 'three limbs missing'
alligator-infested lake to search for frisbees has been found dead, with three limbs missing.The dismembered body of Sean Thomas McGuinness, 47, was discovered at Taylor Lake in Largo, Florida, on May 31.He made a living by retrieving wayward frisbees and flying discs that plopped into the water from a nearby disc golf course, and selling them on, despite being aware of the dangers.Largo police spokeswoman Megan Santo told Spectrum Bay News 9: “When Sean McGuinness was recovered, he was observed to be missing three limbs.” She added that a final medical examiner’s report is expected sometime in late July.A park ranger had previously tried to get McGuinness trespassed from the lake, but was unable to find him when they responded on April 11 and April 19, according to public records obtained by the station.McGuinness had no family in Florida and had, until recently, been living with his best friend, Ryan McKinley, 47, until moving out in January.“He didn’t ask for handouts – he worked,” McKinley said. “He made his living no matter what he had to do and I respected him for that.”McGuiness had a tumour on his pituitary gland, that forced McKinley to ask him to move out in January. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.He added: “It started causing problems with my family and that’s why I had to ask him to leave.
Simon Cowell - Bruno Tonioli - Craig Revel Horwood - Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood admits he'll miss Bruno Tonioli as he exits show - - Britain - Scotland - USA - Lake
Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood admits he'll miss Bruno Tonioli as he exits show
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has admitted that he will miss his co-star Bruno Tonioli after he leaves the BBC show, which he has been part of for 18 years.Craig, known for his hard-to-please nature and critical attitude, has judged the celebrity contestants alongside Bruno, known for his flamboyant character and happy-go-lucky personality, for almost 20 years since the show’s debut in 2004.Despite their polar opposite characteristics, Craig has revealed that he will “miss” his old pal as he departs from the show to focus on the American version, Dancing With The Stars.Craig opened up about Bruno’s exit to MailOnline and said: “I am going to miss him, but then I do get to spend quite a few months with him travelling around the country in a Mini so I get my yearly fill, which is quite good.”The dancing duo are set to return for a second series of their ITV show, Craig and Bruno’s Great British Road Trips, which saw the pair travel the length and breadth of the country from Cornwall to Yorkshire and Scotland to the Lake District.The programme went on for six episodes and has been renewed for a second season, so viewers will still continue to see Bruno and Craig’s antics after he leaves Strictly.However, there is an empty spot on the judging panel and Craig has an idea of who he wants to fill it.Speaking of fellow frosty-faced judge Simon Cowell, Craig explained: “I’d like him because I think he would be brilliant television. I’ve met him, but I’m not friends with him.