Narrow stretch of the b 8: mirrors collided with each other

Narrow stretch of the b 8: mirrors collided with each other

Three accidents at the same time resulted in two vehicles being hit by mirrors on saturday. Saturday around 11 a.M.50 o’clock was a 61-year-old woman with her car on the kreisstrabe of dornheim in the direction of altmannshausen on the way. She was approached by a 65-year-old pensioner in his car. The kreisstrabe is currently being used as an alternative route for the closed B8. On the narrow roadway there was a mirror collision of both vehicles. The paint was also scratched by the rubbing of the wing mirrors and a driver’s door was dented, so that a total damage of 1200 euros is assumed, it says in the press report of the kitzingen police.

About 18.30 o’clock an accident was reported on this circle road. This time, a 59-year-old pensioner in her mitsubishi and a 52-year-old VW driver were involved. The total damage this time, however, is significantly lower and amounts to around 200 euros.

In addition, a 64-year-old tourist drove his motor home from the mainfrankenpark onto the B8 in the direction of kitzingen on saturday afternoon. A 23-year-old female opel driver came towards him in the curve of the driveway. Both vehicles touched each other with the wing mirrors. Here, too, there was damage in the amount of ca. 200 euro.

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Cuba: dayami in babygluck

Cuba: dayami in babygluck

Bernhard panzer they still exist, the gentle news for the staff of the herzogenaurach refugee care center. Uschi schmidt received the news via whatsapp that dayami gave birth to her child in cuba.

The 34-year-old was deported to her country of origin a few weeks ago. The helferkreis in herzogenaurach had also criticized it because she was already heavily pregnant at that time. Mother and child are doing well, the boy is called christo lukas, they say.

Uschi schmidt also congratulated dayami’s fiance, who she said looked a lot like his father. In the meantime, efforts are continuing to obtain the appropriate papers. Because they want to get married. But it was difficult, says the helper from herzogenaurach, to find out "which papers to get and where, and how to get rid of the block on re-entry."

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“A view almost like in the middle ages”

What only a few residents of hochstadt have been able to see so far, everyone who visits the "weinstube zum zwetschger" will be able to see in six weeks visit. Then reinhard grasse wants to have completed the renovation of his present hauptstrabe 1 next to the city tower. "A view almost like in the middle ages", the lovers of the historical building swarmed.

This is the view he has when he sits in the courtyard of his new home and looks out over the house, which was built in 1668. The old, but freshly painted half-timbering and the newly uncovered arcade are overlooked by the attached town tower. Those who drink their schnapps in the courtyard in the future can enjoy the ambience.

The grasse family breathes new life into the house where the riegler family (house name zwetschger) lived for decades. This is being done in coordination with the historic preservation authority. The entire property is under protection. It was only in the course of the renovation work that it became increasingly clear what treasure was hidden behind the plastered facade. "No one would have suspected that", says architect georg leyh, who is overseeing the extensive restoration of the old condition and who has also helped the cult pub topfla to a new splendor.

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Merkel wants to “put europe on a new footing” – praise for macron

Merkel wants to 'put europe on a new footing' - praise for macron

German chancellor angela merkel backed the new reform ideas for the european union in principle. She wants to "put europe on a new footing and create the basis for a more successful europe," merkel declared.

Her spokesman spread the sentence on twitter after merkel’s conversation with french president emmanuel macron.

Macron had called for a reorganization of europe in a much-noticed speech on tuesday and presented a roadmap for it extending to 2024. Among other things, he wants a separate budget and a finance minister for the euro zone. Two weeks ago, eu commission president jean-claude juncker had already presented his plans for the future.

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Huge excavation pit in coburg: ceb invests in the future

Huge excavation pit in coburg: ceb invests in the future

The coburg waste disposal and construction company (CEB) is currently engaged in a major project of its own. A deep building pit has been excavated on bamberger strabe in recent weeks. After the winter break, a new social building including a locksmith's shop and canteen is to grow out of the ground there.

For a total of 8.8 million euros, an urgently needed vehicle hall is to be built by the end of 2021 in addition to the four-story social building, as stefan schneidawind, the CEB's head of the wastewater department, explained when asked about the project. A total of around 5000 cubic meters must be moved for both new buildings and then disposed of properly. "Today, you can no longer dispose of a kilogram of soil without a declaration analysis", says schneidewind.

The first stage has been completed, the excavation pit has been prepared, so that after the break due to the weather, the waterproof floor trough for the basement, which is necessary due to the high groundwater level, can be cast. According to schneidawind, this basement level will house the necessary building services. There will also be space for storage and archives.

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Buy beautiful easter crafts and do good with it

The catholic women’s association of steinberg invites on sunday, 31. March, at 14 o’clock to the easter bazaar for a good cause in the club room of the kronachtalhalle. Many hours of work and hard work were needed in the last few weeks to offer the hopefully numerous guests a wide range of spring and easter decorations and gift ideas. The dedicated ladies made handicrafts such as various easter wreaths and flower arrangements, turk wreaths in the form of easter bunnies made of boxwood, willow bouquets, etc. Handcrafted in time. All sales articles are offered particularly favorably.

After the shopping, all visitors are invited to a cosy get-together with a good cup of coffee to get in the mood for easter and welcome the spring. A rich buffet with homemade cakes left nothing to be desired.

The proceeds of the easter bazaar once again go to charity. During its more than 50 years of existence, the charitable community has already been active in many ways for its hometown and beyond. The current use will be decided according to urgency and need. The women’s association of steinberg invites the entire population and looks forward to a pleasant time together.

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Crooks send out false notary letters

Crooks send out false notary letters

It is nothing new that criminals always use similar tricks to get their hands on burgers' savings. In the past few weeks, several letters from an alleged notary from hamburg have appeared, offering recipients a windfall of 59 euros.000 euro promised.

To get the money, all you have to do is call a hamburger phone number. There, the bona fide "winners" will be informed told that the money is already in switzerland and that they will now have to pay a processing fee of 1.200 euros are due. The amount should then be transferred to the european foreign countries. As a result, some of the recipients contacted the police with the corresponding letter.

Rip-off by telephone

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Geiselwind: rival deliberately run over by car? Dispute between men escalates

Geiselwind: rival deliberately run over by car? dispute between men escalates

A love affair escalates in geiselwind: at around 1:00 p.M. On saturday, witnesses saw how a car hit a gangster in the parking lot of a fast-food chain. The driver of the vehicle then fled the scene of the accident.

In the course of the police investigation, the suspicion arose that the 44-year-old driver was deliberately hit by the 37-year-old driver of the vehicle. The driver allegedly accelerated his vehicle before the collision. The 44-year-old was hit head-on and taken to hospital for his injuries.

The driver fled the scene of the accident and then drove to the police station in kitzingen. There he filed a criminal complaint against the 44-year-old man. Because from his point of view, the fubganger is said to have deliberately jumped onto his hood.

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A traffic circle is to ensure safety in neunkirchen

A traffic circle is to ensure safety in neunkirchen

The market town council in neunkirchen voted unanimously to finance planning costs in the amount of 35.000 euros for the construction of a traffic circle to be included in the budget for the current year. The facility is to be built at the intersection of erlanger strabe (ST 2243)/henkerstegstrabe/zu den huwiesen.

For a long time now, the CSU faction has been advocating a traffic-safe upgrade of this neuralgic intersection, where accidents with injuries occur time and again. However, the construction costs for the traffic circle, including the associated planning, were likely to be around 525.000 euro total. For the necessary land acquisition of a total of 160 square meters of flat land, an additional 15 square meters of land were purchased.000 euros in costs. This would have been an investment that would have been very difficult for the people of neunkirchen to make without a state subsidy.

The free state is pushing?
For this reason, the town hall administration is now to negotiate with the bamberg state building authority, which would be affected as the road construction authority for state road 2243, about a possible contribution to the costs by the free state of bavaria.

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“Nordadler”: seehofer takes action against neo-nazi group

Federal interior minister horst seehofer (CSU) has banned the neo-nazi group "nordadler," which is mainly active online. In north rhine-westphalia, saxony, brandenburg and lower saxony, a total of more than 130 police officers raided the homes of seven leading representatives of the group on tuesday morning.

The federal ministry of the interior attributes several dozen members to the right-wing extremist group, which operates primarily online.

According to the ministry, neither weapons nor explosives were found within the first few hours. "Primarily pcs, laptops and cell phones were confiscated," a spokesman said. "In addition, nazi literature, reich war flags and other devotional objects such as steel helmets were found." There had been neither arrests nor interceptions. "Those involved were predominantly cooperative."

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