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Thank you for anything you can do to support the work of DNS… The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been forced to launch its seventh costly trawl through the records of disabled people unfairly deprived of benefits following years of serious errors by senior civil servants.The minister for disabled people, Sarah Newton, announced on the last day before parliament’s Christmas recess that her department would begin another new review this month.It follows six other reviews launched by her department during 2018 to find disabled people who had been wrongly deprived of their disability benefits.The latest review is necessary because of an upper tribunal ruling in the case of a claimant moving from disability living allowance (DLA) to personal independence payment (PIP) who had his DLA stopped because he had failed to attend an Atos face-to-face assessment.The upper tribunal found that the claimant, OM – who had long-standing psychosis, and became agitated and aggressive around people he did not know – had “good reason” for not attending the PIP assessment that the government contractor Atos had told his wife he would have to attend in one of its London centres.The upper tribunal found that OM should have his DLA reinstated until a final decision was made on his PIP claim, while he should also receive backdated payments from the date DWP stopped his DLA.This same approach will now be applied to other cases where DLA claimants have had their benefits stopped for not having “good reason” for failing to attend or participate in their PIP consultations, or to provide the necessary information or evidence for their PIP claim, but were later found by DWP or a tribunal that they did have “good reason” for not doing so.Newton (pictured) said DWP expected about 4,600 claimants to benefit from a review of such cases.It has taken DWP more than a year to implement the tribunal’s ruling, which was handed down on 23 November 2017.The review follows six others that DWP was forced to begin during 2018, all as a result of errors by senior civil servants in the department.In June, Newton announced a review following a tribunal ruling delivered in March 2017 – concerning a PIP claimant referred to as RJ – on how DWP assesses whether disabled people can carry out activities safely and need supervision to do so.This was likely to affect people with conditions such as epilepsy, with an estimated 10,000 PIP claimants set to benefit by £70 to £90 per week by 2022-23.In the same week in June, Newton announced a review of an estimated 1.6 million PIP claims to find claimants who experience mental distress when making or planning a journey.This followed a court ruling in December 2017 – in the case of a claimant referred to as MH – which found that new rules introduced that year by DWP were unlawful, “blatantly discriminatory” and breached the UN disability convention.A third review announced in June 2018 related to the way DWP had been assessing an estimated 420 PIP claimants with haemophilia who have the associated condition haemarthropathy (a severe type of arthritis caused by bleeding into the joints).A fourth review was launched so that DWP could trawl through the files of thousands of other PIP claimants who need support to take medication and monitor their health conditions, following two tribunal findings – in the cases of AN and JM – that found that DWP should have been scoring such claimants in the same way as people needing support to manage treatment therapies such as dialysis.The fifth review followed a high court ruling in June 2018 that DWP had unlawfully discriminated against two disabled men who each lost disability premiums worth £178 per month when they moved to a new local authority area and were forced to transfer onto the new universal credit.The sixth review followed the botched migration of an estimated 70,000 former claimants of incapacity benefit and other benefits to employment and support allowance (ESA).DWP failed to realise that many of these claimants were entitled to income-related ESA – and therefore to associated disability premiums – rather than just the contributory form of ESA.A DWP spokesperson said in a statement on the latest – seventh – review: “We accepted the judgment and we are committed to implementing it correctly.“Making the necessary changes to guidance is complex and it is right we proceed carefully to ensure claimants receive the payments to which they are entitled.“We have recruited hundreds of extra staff to complete these exercises as quickly as possible.“We take matters relating to benefit underpayments seriously and will learn the lessons from the issues raised.”By noon today (Thursday), she had declined to confirm that this was the seventh review to be launched by DWP in the last 12 months.
Update: Bernalwood reports Cole Hardware is in talks with the landlord about possibly returning to their former location when a new building is constructed.Condos may replace the burned-out space on Mission Street that previously housed Cole Hardware. The preliminary plans submitted to the city call for a five-story building with eight apartments over a ground-floor commercial space. Eight parking spaces and 16 bike storage spaces would be included. 0% Tags: development • housing Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% All of the units would be market-rate, as the building’s small size does not trigger inclusionary housing requirements.The property does not include the Graywood Hotel, an SRO on the corner of Mission and 29th streets and adjacent to Cole Hardware. That property is up for sale and its former ground floor tenant, the venerable 3300 Club, has moved out.Property records show that the site was acquired by 3310 Mission St LP in March, a firm represented by John Stricklin. Stricklin did not return calls for comment. The plans submitted are preliminary, and will need to complete neighborhood notification and planning approval processes to move ahead.Preliminary rendering of 3310 Mission St. proposal by EE Weiss Architects via SF Planning Department
The collision occurred just before 4 p.m. north of the Cesar Chavez exit of the southbound 101 freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol.It’s unclear how the crash happened, but California Highway Patrol officers were on the scene to investigate.Around 7:30 p.m., CHP posted to Twitter announcing that the truck had been righted and they estimated the lanes would be open in 45 minutes. A collision between a dump truck and a muni bus killed one and injured six others on the southbound 101 freeway in San Francisco Friday afternoon.The driver of the truck was fatally injured, while the bus passengers suffered non-life-threatening injuries, said officer Vu Williams of the California Highway Patrol.“Right now we are working to upright the dump truck, and we completed our investigation and collection of evidence,” said Williams.A spokesperson for the fire department said two people were transported to the hospital and the remaining four were treated and released at the scene. Overturned dump truck has been uprighted on US 101 sb north of Cesar Chavez exit. Two right lanes still closed. ETO now 45 mins pic.twitter.com/VjB8UFktwV— CHP San Francisco (@CHPSanFrancisco) November 18, 2017 0% Tags: muni • traffic • Transportation Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0%
ENGLAND Knights player Tom Burgess is relishing the chance to make his first representative appearance when the Knights take on Ireland in an Alitalia European Cup clash in Belfast on Saturday (6.00pm).Burgess will join brothers Sam, Luke and George at South Sydney Rabbitohs in the NRL next season and the powerhouse prop believes the Knights experience will stand him in good stead.“My brothers have told me a lot about the standard of training at club level in Australia and I think what we’ve been doing with the Knights certainly isn’t far off that standard,” said Burgess.“For me it’s been great to be involved in the England environment. It’s a higher level than what we’re all used to during the season at club level and it’s been good to experience coming into camp and blending with new players.“We’ve got some good games coming up against Ireland and Scotland as well which will be a good test for us and give us an opportunity to put our training into practice and stake a claim on the full international stage.”Burgess has been joined in the Knights squad by twin brother George, the first time the duo have appeared in the same squad since George left Bradford Bulls for the Rabbitohs in 2010, and the chance to represent their country together is something that excites Tom.“It’s been great to have George back here in England,” he said. “Being in camp and training together has been really enjoyable and hopefully we’ll both get the chance to play for the Knights in the coming weeks.“That experience of playing for the Knights is going to set us up well for going into training with South Sydney together and I’m looking forward to it.“I’ve had a great time at Bradford but I’m looking forward to a new challenge in my career and the pastures ahead and that starts with the Knights.”England begin their Alitalia European Cup campaign against Ireland in Belfast’s Deramore Park on Saturday October 20 (6.00pm) before taking on Scotland in Edinburgh’s Meggetland Stadium on Sunday October 28 (2.00pm).
THE games come thick and fast this Easter Weekend as your Saints take on Wigan Warriors and Castleford Tigers in the space of four days.Good Friday (March 29) sees Nathan Brown’s side travel ‘over the lump’ to the DW Stadium to face the auld enemy before returning to Langtree Park on Easter Monday (April 1) for the visit of Castleford Tigers.Tickets for Monday’s match are now on sale from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or by logging on here.If you’re travelling over to Wigan on Friday then you can get all the latest ticket details from here.
SAINTS ran in four tries as they beat Batley Bulldogs 20-0 at Langtree Park.Tommy Makinson, Mark Percival, Mark Flanagan and Josh Jones crossed the whitewash in a patchy but encouraging first hit out of the season.The quartet were strong and aided by strong performances from Kyle Amor and the pack.Nathan Brown’s side led 8-0 at half time thanks to tries from Makinson and Percival.The duo scored finished off great moves from around 20 yards out as the home side pushed the ball wide.Batley also had their chances but found their hosts mean in defence.In the second, Flanagan and Jones ensured a comfortable opening hit out as the defence did more than enough to keep a feisty Bulldogs at bay.All credit to Batley though, they never gave up and will be a team to watch in the Championship.Both coaches played strong teams in the friendly with Kyle Amor and Matty Dawson being given their bows for Saints.On the bench for the home team were Alex Clare and Connor Dwyer – both called up into the first team squad this season – as well as Under 19s Jack Ashworth and Lewis Galbraith.After Saints went close early doors through Tommy Makinson, the Bulldogs won a penalty and put pressure on their host’s line.The ball went to ground though and that was unfortunately the theme for the opening stages as both sides struggled to make significant headway in poor conditions.On 10 minutes, Batley won another penalty in Saints half but Scott Leatherbarrow couldn’t wrong foot Jonny Lomax with a clever chip.Three minutes later Saints got a penalty of their own but good defence stopped the chance of a score.It was a warning Batley didn’t heed however as after another penalty, the ball was pushed wide and Makinson made no mistake.Percival wide with the extras in appalling conditions.The Bulldogs continued to push but Saints were pretty hot on defence and denied them the chance to level up matters.But the visitors did have chances though – almost prospering with five minutes to go as Dawson mishandled a tricky kick; it taking all Lomax’ skill to bundle the ball out of touch.But as the hooter sounded for half time, Saints worked a great move from a scrum to send Mark Percival in.Saints brought on Gardner, Wheeler, Manu, Walker and Hohaia for the second half and it was the latter that made a nice try for Flanagan on 48 minutes.Percival converting to make it 14-0.Ade Gardner scooted down the right hand side on 58 minutes to put Saints in great position, but a chip went dead on the last.Lewis Charnock and Jack Ashworth were entered into the fray on 64 minutes with Connor Dwyer, James Tilley and Lewis Galbraith joining them three minutes later.Willie Manu went close on around 70 minutes but a few minutes later Josh Jones sliced through the defence to make the game safe.A try made and converted by Mark Percival to seal a comfortable night for Saints.Match Summary:Saints: Tries: Makinson, Percival, Flanagan, JonesGoals: Percival (2 from 3), Turner (0 from 1)Bulldogs: Tries:Goals:Penalties: Saints: 8Bulldogs: 4HT: 8-0FT: 20-0REF: D SharpeATT: TBCTeams:Saints:1. Jonny Lomax; 2. Tommy Makinson, 22. Mark Percival, 4. Josh Jones, 26. Matty Dawson; 3. Jordan Turner, 12. Jon Wilkin; 16. Kyle Amor, 9. James Roby, 18. Alex Walmsley, 15. Mark Flanagan, 23. Joe Greenwood, 29. Jordan Hand,Subs: 6. Lance Hohaia, 13. Willie Manu, 14. Anthony Laffranchi, 17. Paul Wellens, 19. Paul Clough, 21. Ade Gardner, 24. Gary Wheeler, 25. Anthony Walker, 27. Greg Richards, 30. Carl Forster, 31. James Tilley, 32. Lewis Charnock, 34. Connor Dwyer, 35. Alex Clare, **. Jack Ashworth, **. Lewis Galbraith.Batley:1. Miles Greenwood; 5. Jonny Campbell, 3. Alex Bretherton, 17. Lee Paterson, 2. Vinny Finigan; 6. Ben Black, 7. Scott Leatherbarrow; 8. Byron Smith, 14. Alistar Leak, 16. Brad Brennan, 12. Sam Scott, 19. Joe Chandler, 13. Mark Applegarth.Subs: 4. Aayden Faal, 10. Alex Rowe, 11. John Davies, 15. Jay Leary, 18. Luke Blake, 28. Aaron Blake.
The game was abandoned midway through the second half due to a second serious injury.Faye Gaskin scored Saints Women’s first ever try on around five minutes and her side didn’t look back in front of a healthy crowd at Ruskin Sports Village.Leah Burke quickly followed up with her first before Naomi Williams did the same at the quarter game mark.Burke then notched her first second – Gaskin landing a double to complete her hat-trick.Saints 30-0 to the good at half time.The second half saw the game stopped for a significant period after Pip Birchall went down injured.She was taken to hospital by ambulance but all indications suggest it isn’t as bad as was first feared.It took the best part of an hour for the game to recommence and when it did Williams went in for her second before Leah Burke completed her hat-trick.Gaskin converting her fourth of the afternoon for 40-0.Sadly, the game was then sensibly abandoned by the official after another serious injury, this time to a York City Knights player.Saints head coach Mark Brennan said: “We’re happy with our performance today for a first hit out. We played some nice stuff in parts and finished some nice tries but we know we have things to work on going forward.“We need to be a little more ruthless in defence at times but on the whole we are happy where we are at.”He continued: “There were some good performances across the park. Faye had a good game and controlled things well for us scoring three tries.“Our winger Leah Burke also had a fine game scoring three tries and running the ball in well.“Our middles worked hard to lay the platform for us to play and it meant that our attack was able to show some nice glimpses.“We know this is game one but we are happy with where we are at going forward. To keep any team pointless is great and we are looking forward to facing Bradford next Sunday.“I would like to wish both injured players a speedy recovery. It’s not nice to see but I am sure they will both be back on the field soon.“Pip was having a great game and causing problems for York until she was injured. Fingers crossed for them both.”More to follow… Match Summary:Saints: Tries: Gaskin (3), Burke (3), Williams N (2) Goals: Gaskin (4)York: Tries: Goals:HT: 30-0 FT: 40-0Teams:Saints: 1. Becca Rotheram; 2. Rachel Yeates, 3. Naomi Williams, 4. Katie-May Williams, 5. Leah Burke; 6. Carys Marsh, 7. Faye Gaskin; 8. Sarah Lovejoy, 9. Tara Jones, 10. Dawn Taylor, 11. Isabelle Rudge, 12. Roxy Mura, 13. Channy Crowl. Subs: 14. Zoe Harris, 15. Charlotte Hill, 16. Lizzie Gladman, 17. Pip Birchall.York: 1. Chloe James; 2. Ellie Henry, 3. Natalie Carr, 4. Ashleigh Fylde, 5. Bethany Lambert; 6. Cairo Nerby, 7. Mary Tiplady; 8. Lauren Powell, 9. Sam Boyes, 10. Abbi Carter, 11. Alisha Clayton, 12. Daisy Sanderson, 13. Paige Stevens. Subs: 14. Dee Limbert, 15. Carly Hilton, 16. Emily Farrow, TBC.
A sign in front of the National Gypsum plant on Sunnyvale Drive in Wilmington. (Photo: Justin McKee/WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A gypsum board plant that has stood dormant for almost ten years is coming back to life.National Gypsum CEO Tom Nelson was in Wilmington Tuesday morning to announce the return of his company to the Cape Fear. The company plans to spend $25 million over the next five years to upgrade existing machinery and install new equipment.- Advertisement – Twenty-year National Gypsum employee Lance Davis was chosen to be the manager of the Wilmington plant. He says the plant will be up and running very soon.“It’s really short time; 10/26 is the date,” Davis said. “I’m just thankful that we had this press conference today, because now the gag order is off, and I can talk to people around town about getting some things done.”The company says they’re trying to reach out to the Wilmington plant’s former employees first.Related Article: SILVER ALERT: Woman last seen in Wilmington Monday“I think one of the reasons I got picked, I’m pretty good at picking teams and I’m a people guy so I’ll be on the floor a lot with the people,” Davis said.There was some controversy over formaldehyde emissions the plant could potentially produce.Those concerns were ultimately dismissed, and last month New Hanover County and the City of Wilmington approved incentive money for the company.“Believe me, I asked a lot of questions as did all the other elected officials here and without missing a beat, we got everything answered from environmental side to regulatory side, etc. The good news of course is a $25 million investment into our community,” New Hanover County Commissioner Rob Zapple said.As a builder himself, Zapple is happy to see the plant return. It closed in 2009.“There’s a certain amount of pride to have a good, strong manufacturing base here in New Hanover County. I certainly will be using the product,” Zapple said.The plant’s reopening will create 51 new jobs that will average a salary of $57,000 per year. The lowest paying job will be for $50,000 annually.
A non-profit formed to raise funds for the track amounted more than $6,500 in four months for the repairs.The resurfacing of the THS track will begin today. The entire complex around the track is closed until the work is complete, including all fields, concession stands, stadium and all connecting access roads. Thank you for your understanding as we complete this project! #PCSed— Pender Schools (@penderschools) July 23, 2018In April, the school board approved taking the funds to fix up the deteriorating track surface. PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – Relief is coming for Topsail students after months of fundraising and campaigning by parents and neighbors. The school system has begun repaving efforts on the Topsail High School track.The school system announcing on social media today that repaving begins this week. They say the repaving process will require them to close the track as well as bleachers and concessions until the work is complete.- Advertisement –
WFD says the fire also burned nearby power lines.No injured were reported.The New Hanover County Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating. Crews respond to a residential structure fire in Wilmington on February 10, 2019. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Crews responded to a large house fire off River Road in Wilmington Sunday afternoon.According to the Wilmington Fire Department, a van caught on fire and spread to a home at 729 Shawnee Trail.- Advertisement –
Thalian Hall screens Bolden and Louis (Photo: Kate Cornell) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — We were on the edge of our seats for 11 years waiting for Bolden to hit the theaters! And last month it finally did. In addition, Thalian Hall screened it followed by Louis on Saturday.Tickets sold out and every seat was filled for these viewings.- Advertisement – Bolden takes place in New Orleans, but many scenes were shot on stages throughout Wilmington.John Cornick is one of the producers of Bolden. He said that there were a ton of moving parts that went into this film.“We are all very proud and thankful of everyone in the film community here in Wilmington that helped make this project come to life,” Cornick said. “There is a good chance that we probably hired everyone at some point to work on the film over the many years that we were here.”Related Article: Hulu series ‘Reprisal’ looking for dancers in WilmingtonWhile the film doesn’t actually take place in Wilmington, there are a few Cape Fear locations that Cornick is sure you will recognize when you see it for yourself!
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Advertisement Multiven has accused Cisco of espionage, claiming that the networking giant stole thousands of its files.The Zurich-based IT services company has had a long and often fractious relationship with Cisco. It has sued the networking giant repeatedly – in the U.S. in 2008 and in Switzerland last year – claiming that Cisco’s bundling of network maintenance service plans amounted to an abuse of monopoly. So far, the suits have proven unsuccessful. Cisco also countersued, claiming Multiven CEO Peter Alfred-Adekeye (a former Cisco employee) had broken into its systems and stolen software. Alfred-Adekeye was even arrested at one point, which he claimed was all Cisco’s doing (Cisco denied involvement).And now Multiven has filed complaints with both the U.S. Department of Justice and the Swiss Cybercrime Coordination Unit, alleging “the theft of thousands of its proprietary and copyrighted data files from its knowledge base, mysolvr.com”. Multiven also claims that this alleged unlawful access “put undue load on Multiven’s server resulting in a degraded service for its legitimate users and customers”. – Advertisement – According to Multiven, the files were stolen using “automated cyber scraping software”, and an internal investigation traced the attack back to IP addresses assigned to Cisco over in California. Customer and user passwords were apparently not taken.Multiven is looking for a public apology from Cisco, with a deadline of 5pm PT on March 29. If that’s not forthcoming, it says it will launch a civil suit. Here’s what Alfred-Adekeye had to say in a statement:“Based on the fact that the source IP addresses of these systematic and premeditated theft of Multiven’s intellectual property by Cisco Systems originated from Cisco’s headquarters in San Jose, California, it is clear that Cisco CEO John T. Chambers and General Counsel Mark Chandler or people under their control instigated these thefts. Per standard operating procedure, we have reported these breaches to law enforcement but we will refrain from seeking a civil redress if Cisco issues a public apology immediately and the assurance that none of the stolen data has been used for its advantage and it has now all been deleted.”Cisco denies the claims entirely:“This is yet another false accusation from Multiven, and we strongly reject this claim. The only access that Cisco has ever had to Multiven content is through its website, which is readily available to the general public.Further, it’s important to note that Multiven’s CEO is currently under federal indictment in the U.S. for behavior – including stealing Cisco software in violation of the federal Anti-Hacking Statute – similar to their own
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+https://t.co/0833Vjj04j Jade Armenio attacked in California school after postin… https://t.co/liPH4T1rAH #news pic.twitter.com/59ye0AusQD— Follow @JodyField (@JodyField) November 10, 2016 Share this article Share A high school girl in California was apparently attacked for posting her support of President-elect Donald Trump on Instagram.The student, from Woodside High School, located in Woodside, Calif., was beaten up in a video that was captured on video.“This girl comes up to me and she said, ‘Do you hate Mexicans?’ and I was like, ‘no,’ and she said, ‘You support Trump. You hate Mexicans,’” Jade Armenio, a sophomore, said, reported KGO.Armenio said that the girl hit her and threw her to the ground. She then pulled her hair and ripped out her earrings. She was left with a bloody nose and bruises.#trumpriots #California White student attacked by Mexican for supporting Trump in High School? #JadeArmeniohttps://t.co/pWci1tOTNC— Best & Worst News (@bestworstnews) November 11, 2016“I don’t think I could name one person on any of my accounts who didn’t say their opinion last night,” Armenio said. “My husband and I don’t put our political views on social media. Kids still do it. That’s their life. We tell them don’t do it, but even if she does she should never be hit like that,” said her mother, Gina Armenio.According to her father, Todd Armenio, his family is considering pulling Jade from the school, claiming a lack of responsiveness from the institution. “The recorded incident was investigated in conjunction with law enforcement and appropriate disciplinary action has been taken,” the school stated, according to the San Jose Mercury News.The incident comes amid reports of protests across the United States. LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON US N. California Girl Allegedly Beaten up Over Trump Support By Jack Phillips November 11, 2016 Updated: November 11, 2016 Show Discussion
LANCASTER, Calif.—A school bus and car crashed in California, toppling the bus onto its side and critically injuring two people, including a student Tuesday, authorities said.Nine others received minor injuries. The driver of the car and a student on the bus were hospitalized, Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Richard Licon said.The bus was carrying eight special-education students and two staff members in the high desert city of Lancaster, said spokeswoman Betsy Sanchez with Antelope Valley Union High School District.School bus carrying special education students crashes, overturns in Lancaster, @courtneyfriel reports https://t.co/adciNgQ11q pic.twitter.com/f3nSqG4zHv— KTLA (@KTLA) February 7, 2017Paramedics responded shortly after 7:15 a.m. to an intersection where the crash crumpled a Cadillac and toppled a utility pole. The California Highway Patrol is still investigating and does not know yet how the crash happened.The bus driver was not hurt. The students were on their way to Eastside High School, Sanchez said.District officials said the bus was outfitted with seat belts as required. US Share LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON Share this article California School Bus Crash Critically Injures Student By The Associated Press February 7, 2017 Updated: February 7, 2017 (Venturelli Luca/shutterstock) Show Discussion
Robbie Durbin (GoFundMe https://www.gofundme.com/robert-robbie-durbin-fund) Show Discussion US Robert Durbin (GoFundMe)“He liked to create stuff,” William said. “He would make his own knives and other things. He was very creative.”The brother set up a GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs and any unexpected expenses. He added that Robert did not have any insurance. Durbin said it was an unfortunate mistake anyone could have made. “He lost his footing and fell,” William said. “He wasn’t wearing the proper shoes for that. I was told he had flipflops on. It was something silly, but I’ve done it. My son has done it. It was just an unfortunate accident.”Glacier National Park spokesperson Lauren Alley told The Missoulian that any area around fast water is dangerous and urged people to exercise caution. Related CoverageBritish Actor Rescued 3 Days After Falling Down Waterfall“The message is that creeks and waterfalls in the park are certainly really exciting and attention-grabbing,” Alley said. “There are a lot of them. We always ask people to not walk, play, or attempt to take photos on the slippery rocks. It’s so easy to fall.”She said parents need to be especially careful. “Kids love to play near the water. If people do fall in the fast-moving water, there are a lot of rocks and logs that can cause injuries. People need to be extremely careful around rocks that are wet.”A celebration of Durbin’s life will be held at River Park in Hamilton Saturday, July 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. From NTD.tv LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON A man fell into a creek at Montana before being swept away into a water channel and plunging 100 feet off a cliff, according to local reports. Officials from Montana’s Glacier National Park said the 26-year-old man, Robert Durbin, from Corvallis, Oregon died on Saturday, Missoulian reported. Durbin was taking photos along Haystack Creek, known for its climactic scenery and dizzying heights, before falling into the creek and plunging to his death. Park officials say the death was not considered to be suspicious, while falls remain the leading cause of death at the park. Avalanche Lake (screenshot via National Park service)The road near the creek was closed for about an hour as Rangers and rescuers attempted to recover the man’s body. Durbin’s brother, William, from Hamilton, Montana, told The Missoulian that Durban was a “very creative” man, and an enthusiastic fisher. “He had a heart of gold and would do anything for anybody,” William said. “He was always smiling. He was always happy. His major passion was fishing. He worked so he could fish.” Share Tourist Dies After 100-Foot Fall in Montana’s Glacier Park By NTD Television July 26, 2017 Updated: July 26, 2017 Share this article