Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state January 11, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Guerrero state newspaper target of attack News In a letter to Interior Minister Santiago Creel Miranda and Guerrero state (southern Mexico) Governor René Juárez Cisneros, RSF expressed its deep concern over the attack on the offices of the newspaper “Despertar de la Costa”. “We ask you to carry out an in-depth investigation so that this action is not left unpunished,” stated RSF Secretary-General Robert Ménard. The organisation also asked the interior minister to use all means at his disposal to ensure that the newspaper is protected. MexicoAmericas Help by sharing this information According to information collected by RSF, on 31 December 2001, two men attempted to set fire to the offices of the newspaper “Despertar de la Costa”, published in the city of San Jeronimito (Guerrero state, southern Mexico). The two unknown individuals threw flaming objects inside the newspaper’s offices, causing minor damage. Recently, a number of articles had been published in the newspaper on alleged acts of harassment by the military, the police force’s possible role in drug trafficking and the investigations that are continuing in the case of Digna Ochoa, a lawyer and human rights defender assassinated in October. Reports MexicoAmericas Follow the news on Mexico News May 5, 2021 Find out more NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say May 13, 2021 Find out more to go further Organisation Receive email alerts 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies News RSF_en April 28, 2021 Find out more
O’Donnell Welcomes Major Enhancement Works for Castletroy Neighbourhood Park Cllr Séighin Ó CeallaighMORE than 18 months after a main road into the village of Castleconnell was damaged, work will begin this summer to ensure it doesn’t collapse.Sinn Féin councillor Séighin Ó Ceallaigh, who asked for a definitive starting date for the work at this Monday’s meeting of Limerick City and County Council, welcomed official confirmation from the local authority.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He was told that the works associated with the building of this wall should start in July and take up to three weeks to complete.Despite the assurance, Cllr Ó Ceallaigh said he still couldn’t believe that the work will begin this July.“False start dates were given on numerous occasions to myself and other councillors for the area, so I hope that they are telling the truth this time,” the City East representative said.“The excuse now for it taking a year and a half to get an official answer, is that it is a special area of conservation, but why weren’t local representatives told this a year and a half ago?“We are very lucky people weren’t killed from the road collapsing due to the damaged caused, which completely knocked the wall at the side of the road. It is right next to the children’s playground, so it’s amazing that there hasn’t been injury.”He added that the people of Castleconnell deserved more respect than to be fed false start dates.“It’s good to see July in writing so I can tackle this issue once and for all, if this is another false date,” he concluded.Read more politics stories in the Limerick Post Politics section. Print TAGSCllr Séighin Ó CeallaighcouncilLimerick City and County CouncilSinn Fein Limerick Senator has beef with meat industry WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Previous articleThe Sons of Southern Ulster head southNext articleHayes the hero as Limerick earn draw after Munster thriller Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Facebook New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience Sinn Fein plans for ‘all female’ election candidates are sexist and discriminatory, says male party member snubbed for election run NewsPoliticsAnother starting date for Castleconnell worksBy Alan Jacques – June 2, 2018 2014 Email Twitter Limerick’s O’Connell Street Revitalisation Works to go ahead Call to extend Patrickswell public sewer line
Local News Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp ‘We Will Rock You’ Twitter By Odessa American – May 2, 2021 TAGSAphasia Center of West TexasbenefitHorseshoe AmphitheaterQueen Nation Facebook Facebook Twitter Pinterest Previous articlePET OF THE WEEK: SugarNext articlePET OF THE WEEK: Iris Odessa American A virtual and live Queen Nation, a tribute to the music of Queen, benefiting the Aphasia Center of West Texas has been scheduled for May 7 at the Horseshoe Amphitheater, 2514 Arena Trail Midland.Reserved VIP party starts at 6:30 p.m. Main gates and concessions open at 7:30 p.m. The concert starts at 8 p.m.General admission is free.Sponsorships are available. Sponsors receive reserved seats, catered food, host bar, valet parking, and more.For virtual option, party packs are available featuring local snacks, craft beer, and live stream concert access.For party packs or to reserve your spot, visit www.aphasiawtx.org/concert.
Stephanie Potter,Odessa RegionalLactation Consultant WhatsApp By OA Life – May 9, 2021 Tracey Hall,Midland MemorialRN Wound/Ostomy Care Jessica McBryde,Midland Memorial, RN ICU Tanta Hulsey,Midland MemorialClinical Manager ICU GOOD NEWS: Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses Award Winners Jessica Booth,Permian RegionalDirector of Risk Management and Medical Staff Coordinator Natalie Sandell,Medical CenterDivision Director of Nursing Administration Andres Barraza,Midland MemorialClinical Manager PCU Lindsey Jones,Midland MemorialRN NICU Previous articleHART: Bill and Melinda Gates foundation crumblesNext articleGUEST VIEW: Legislation doesn’t make sense OA Life Victor Miramontes,Midland MemorialClinical Manager ICU Facebook Lori Hammond,TTUHSCAssociate Professor CommunityGood NewsLocal News Pinterest WhatsApp Michaela Moore,Odessa RegionalRN Labor & Delivery Natalea “Grace” Mints,Midland Memorial, RN ICU Tonya Martin,Odessa RegionalDirector of Emergency Services Rebecca Rhodes,Ector County ISDDirector of Nursing and Health Services Norma Sanchez,Midland MemorialRN PACU Facebook 1 of 24 Twitter Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses Board of Directors recently announced local and area nurse award winners. Also nominated, Kenda Land, not pictured, Midland Women’s Clinic, Registered Nurse. For more information or to view winners bios, visit www.pbgreat25.com. Nataly Tarango,Midland MemorialRN Post Surgical Unit Shawn Nethery,Ward MemorialChief Nursing Officer Val Sparks,Midland MemorialInfection Control and Prevention Coordinator Twitter Venus Skeen,Midland HealthPremier PhysiciansNurse Practitioner JoAnne Enderson,Midland MemorialClinical Manager NICU Samantha Rodriguez,Scenic MountainEmployee Health Nurse James Meeks,Permian RegionalRN Medical/Surgical TAGSPermian Basin Great 25 Nurses Pinterest Lindsey Glasscock, Odessa RegionalEmployee Health Nurse Gordon Mattimoe,Andrews County Health Dept.Nurse Practitioner
iStock/Thinkstock(PONOMA, Calif.) — One officer was killed and another wounded by a suspect who fired through an apartment door and was arrested after a 17-hour siege in Southern California, authorities said.The incident began around 9 p.m. local time Friday night in the city of Pomona after police responded to a report of a reckless vehicle, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Capt. Christopher Bergner said at a press conference Saturday morning.Two officers pursued the vehicle which failed to yield, leading to a crash, Bergner said.The suspect, whose identity is unknown, fled the vehicle and ran into an apartment building, where he barricaded himself in. As officers tried to enter, he fired a gun through the door, hitting two Pomona police officers Bergner said. Officials announced the suspect’s arrest Saturday afternoon, but offered no other details.Both officers were taken to the hospital where one died from his injuries.The Los Angeles coroner’s office identified the slain officer as Greggory Casillas, 30, who lived in Upland, California.The second officer, whose identity has not been released, is in serious condition after undergoing surgery.As of 8:30 local time Saturday morning, the suspect was still barricaded in the apartment. Crisis negotiators have been trying to talk to him but have not yet been able to enter the scene, Bergner said.All residents of the apartment building have been evacuated, authorities said.Video from the scene shows a pickup truck that appears to have crashed into other vehicles. Video also shows a wounded officer lying on the ground as other officers perform chest compressions on him. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
sshepard/iStockBy ELLA TORRES, ABC News(NEW YORK) — At Towers Funeral Home in Long Island, New York, grim signs of the coronavirus pandemic are all around.In a room previously used as one of the chapels, empty coffins are stacked — tragic reminders of the toll the virus has taken on Nassau County, where the funeral home is located and where more than 2,000 people have died. In another chapel, stored under intense air conditioning, are the bodies of those lost, mostly to the virus. For the most part, there are no mourners, no consoling hugs and no recollections of loved ones lost to the coronavirus — just unrelenting death and the emptiness it leaves behind.As the scourge of coronavirus tore through New York City and then the nearby suburbs of Long Island, the number of dead that Towers and other funeral homes in the metro area have received has skyrocketed. The rituals of death, comforting to so many in normal times, have been largely abandoned and funeral homes have had to resort to direct burials or cremation, sometimes in far-off places because of overwhelmed facilities.In that time, more than 18,000 New Yorkers have died, more than just about any other country in the world and nearly a third of the fatalities in the United States, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.George Frangiadakis, the 44-year-old funeral director of Towers Funeral Home, said he now buys coffins two or three dozen at a time on an as-needed basis. Usually, he buys them weekly.“Not only is it physically and emotionally draining, it’s just, psychologically we have such a hard time. This is not what we typically do,” Frangiadakis told ABC News.The family-run funeral home in Oceanside, New York, where he has worked for the last 12 years, used to hold between 25 to 30 funerals a month.As of April 30, Frangiadakis had said they’d done about 130 this month. About 85% of those deaths are of COVID-19, he said.“We like to give people a meaningful funeral and it’s just so impersonal,” he said. “A lot of times we’re just picking them up from wherever they pass away, putting them in a casket and their loved ones have never seen them. Last time they see them, they go in the hospital and that’s it. That’s the last time they see their loved one.”The historic Towers Funeral Home has been operating since 1933 and, in a message on its website, emphasizes its commitment to “personalized service, professionalism, attention to detail and the needs of the families we serve before, during and after a funeral service are our most important responsibility.”Frangiadakis said he now has to text images of a loved one’s body to their relatives just to confirm that they are now in the funeral home’s care.“They can actually know that we have them and that’s them and we’re gonna cremate them,” he said.He said he generally does not allow the families to view the bodies for safety reasons, but sometimes lets a group of no more than five people gather for a prayer at the funeral home in front of a closed casket. Towers is offering direct burials or cremation.For burials, the cemeteries decide whether or not a family is allowed outside of their cars, according to Frangiadakis. The churches also have their own system, but he worked out a plan with the priest in one local parish. Frangiadakis said he drives up to the church with the family following behind. Once there, he said he rolls the casket out of the hearse a little bit and the priest performs a blessing. The family stays inside the car.“It’s almost like a drive-thru blessing, which, that’s what we do call it: a drive-thru blessing. There’s no other way to describe it,” Frangiadakis said.In neighboring Queens County, the situation is tragically similar. Queens has been among the most hard-hit areas in the country, with more than 3,200 fatalities occurring in the county.Joseph Neufeld, the funeral director of the Gerard J. Neufeld funeral home in the Elmhurst neighborhood, said he has not allowed any visitations during the pandemic.He said families often ask him what would normally be an unheard of question: “How do I know that’s my loved one?”Neufeld said he has had to resort to photographing the hospital ID tag and sending it to loved ones.“I feel terrible about that … but that’s the best we can offer,” he told ABC News.Like at Towers Funeral Home, the number of funerals has drastically increased in the last month.Normally, Neufeld said he would hold anywhere between 25 to 30 funerals a week. Now, for the month of April alone, he said there have been around 250.“It’s exhausting because we start at about 7 a.m. in the morning and we work to midnight to try and get everything in line,” Neufeld said.He has a staff of three, including his son, that he credited with keeping things afloat.When calls for funerals really began to flood his business at the beginning of April, when daily deaths in the state spiked to over 500, he said the phone “just kind of exploded.”“The phone just didn’t stop ringing. Every time we’d answer the phone, it was another death,” Neufeld said.He said he ended up taking the phone off the hook for a few minutes one day to meet with his staff and work out a plan for how to go forward without having to turn anyone away.A proper burial, including embalming, was no longer possible with the volume of death they were seeing and for safety reasons.Neufeld decided to offer what he called a “direct burial” or “direct cremation,” meaning there would be no viewing for families. In this extraordinary time, coffins bound for cremation are placed in clearly marked cardboard boxes so that they arrive at the proper destination.“The way I’m kind of treating families, it upsets me the way I have to do this. They can’t see their loved ones,” Neufeld said. “I don’t know what else to do. If I decided to conduct funerals the way I normally did, I would have had to refuse well over 100 families.”Both Neufeld and Frangiadakis said the crematories in the city are backed up until at least May 21, so they have resorted to delivering bodies to upstate New York, where the crematories aren’t as slammed.Frangiadakis said he brings the bodies upstate at least once a week. When he drops off new victims to be cremated, he picks up the ashes of others.“None of us — no funeral home, no funeral director — has ever been through this,” Frangiadakis said. “What we’re going through, it’s uncharted waters. … I mean it’s everything we do every day, it’s just times 20.”Last weekend, Neufeld said he delivered about 30 bodies upstate. A truck was set to come on Wednesday to deliver another 30.Frangiadakis said he thinks once it is safe for people to gather again, there will be a resurgence of memorials and wakes.“Once this is done, I think people want that. People want to grieve their loved ones, to have their families comfort them. You know, a hug goes a long way in this business,” he said.In the meantime, both are continuing to try and serve the communities as best they can under the overwhelming need for them.“I mean, it’s just unprecedented what’s going on,” Neufeld said. “I don’t know what the right answer is. I’m just doing what I think is right.” Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
onurdongel/iStockBy STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) — Hospitals around the country are facing shortages of hospital beds and intensive care unit space as the number of COVID-19 cases rise to record numbers, according to data released by the Department of Health and Human Services this week.More than 76% of ICU beds in hospitals with the capacity to staff them are filled this week, according to an internal HHS memo obtained by ABC News.HHS released new data this week providing even more detail on how hospitals are faring as COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb. The New York Times reported more than a third of Americans live in areas where hospitals have a critical shortage of ICU beds with more than 100 million Americans in regions where less than 15% of those beds were still available last week.The dramatic increase in the number of Americans hospitalized for COVID-19 coincides with a shortage of hospital staff for about a fifth of hospitals in recent weeks, partly due to more health care workers contracting the virus outside of work.Hospitals are facing increasing demand as the U.S. sees more than 200,000 new COVID-19 cases every day, according to data compiled by the COVID Tracking Project. That is three times higher than the peak of cases over the summer and more than six times higher than the peak in April. There are at least 104,600 people diagnosed with COVID-19 in hospitals around the country.2.622 Americans deaths related to COVID-19 were reported on Tuesday.And those numbers don’t include the anticipated surge in cases associated with travel or gatherings over the Thanksgiving holiday. Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the top infectious disease doctors in the country, says the holiday season will coincide with a very challenging period for the country.“Given where we are right now coming off the Thanksgiving season, we have not yet seen the full blunt and and and the effect of the traveling and the congregating. That should be sometime probably next week, or a week and a half. Doctors, nurses, and public health officials around the country have been begging for their communities to comply with public health measures like wearing masks and avoiding indoor gatherings to reduce the pressure on the hospitals and staff that have been treating COVID-19 patients for months,” Fauci said at a Wall Street Journal summit on Tuesday.Independent advisers to the Food and Drug Administration are set to discuss emergency authorization for the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer this week but the limited supply of the vaccine won’t have an impact on the widespread number of cases, so Fauci and other public officials say it’s critically important to double down on protections such as wearing a mask, staying at home when possible, and avoiding indoor gatherings.Andrew Carrol, an overnight hospital physician helping surge teams in Phoenix, said hospitals are seeing the same emergency cases that need intensive care treatment on top of COVID-19 patients. He said the hospital he’s working in is “bursting at the seams” and trying to bring in personnel from out of state.“We’re running out of ICU beds. Now I don’t mean just beds, we’re running out of ICU teams, running out of those specialized personnel that helps take care of those people. So we’re running out of capacity and so are a lot of other hospitals in Arizona,” he told ABC News.ABC News’ Josh Margolin, Arielle Mitropolous, and Anne Flaherty contributed to this report.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Oxford RAG is producing a naked calendar of the University’s sports teams.Although the calendar photos are being saved as a surprise, RAG offered Cherwell an exclusive preview of the rowers limbering up for their shot on Monday.The calendar, which will include photos of the swimming, ruby league, fencing, athletics, rowing and netball blues teams, will go on sale later this year.Louis Geary, Events Vice President for RAG who has been overseeing the project told Cherwell, “This is one of RAG’s many fundraising initiatives that occur throughout the year. Though naked calendars are clearly not an original idea, the suggestion that we make one for university sports teams was based on the fact that colleges tended to produce their own, but these lacked broader appeal. With the variety and familiarity of blues sports and the artistic expertise of our photographer, Toby Mather, we are expecting this to be the charity naked calendar to trump all others. As a result this is set to raise a lot of money for RAG’s four student-elected charities.”He continued, “So far the shoots have been in very good humour. There was always going to be the challenge of capturing the essence of a sport, with the added complication of everyone being naked, and teams have had a great time coming up with ideas of how to frame their shot.”Sylvia Hong, who has been documenting the process for The Preview Show, a student run television show in Oxford, also encountered issues with the athletes’ nudity, commenting, “It’s been a real pleasure to work with Rag Team and the University’s sports team. That said, in our case because we are filming, it was sometimes difficult to shoot from the right angle in order to respect the athletes’ privacy. However, most of them have been really understanding and helpful, therefore we were able to capture a very relaxed and good atmosphere during the shoots.”The Preview Show plan to release a short trailer before the release of the calendar, and a longer feature next Michaelmas 2013.Later this year RAG is also planning a university-wide sponsored bungee jump, as well as Jailbreak.Enquiries about the calendar, including teams wanting to get involved, should contact [email protected]
Public Domain A 32 year old Michigan man is facing a pair of firearms charges and identity deception after the encounter with police, but that rap sheet could have been a lot longer.Lafiamma Cole Orona was pulled over when a patrol officer noticed his car matched reports of one connected to mailbox thefts in the area. Inside the vehicle police found several checks, a rubber name stamp, an ink pad, and several fake Indiana ID’s that had his photo but different names.Passersby also helped police locate a suspected meth pipe and handgun that were allegedly tossed from the car. Also discovered was some marijuana and prescription pills, and a check written out to one of the fake ID’s.More details about the arrest are available with The Elkhart Truth Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook IndianaLocalNews Google+ Google+ Fake ID’s, checks, name stamp, gun, drugs all found in Bristol arrest Twitter Facebook Twitter WhatsApp By Carl Stutsman – May 11, 2020 0 538 Pinterest Previous articleBall State Economist not sure lifting lockdowns will revive economyNext articleWoman sentenced in April 2018 shooting death in Elkhart Carl Stutsman
The prestigious Baking Industry Awards took place at London’s Park Lane Hilton and were hosted by Claudia Winkelman.The event, which saw a sell-out crowd enjoy a three-course meal and disco-inspired Studio 54 theme, celebrated the very best in professional bakery.Here are a few pictures from this fantastic night. Can you spot yourself in our gallery?Here are our winners:Baking Industry Award Winners 2015Here are the winners from this year’s awardsAlex Gooch, Baker of the Year sponsored by Brook Food Processing Equipmentflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:32:51 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIFinsbury Food Group, Bakery Manufacturer of the Year sponsored by Sonneveldflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:18:19 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIBrown’s Handcrafted Cakes, Celebration Cake Business of the Year sponsored by Renshawflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:15:11 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIIncredible Bakery Company, Free From Bakery Product of the Year sponsored by Ingredionflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:24:42 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IISainsbury’s, In-Store Bakery Retailer of the Year sponsored by Zeelandiaflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:29:39 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIGeorge Ross, Outstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry sponsored by Delifrance flash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:36:46 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIReeve the Baker, Speciality Bread of the Year sponsored by Bakelsflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:03:42 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIPatisserie Mark Bennett, Craft Business Award sponsored by Dawn Foodsflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:11:55 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIThe Kitchen Croxley, Customer Focus Award sponsored by CSM Bakery Solutionsflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:08:03 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIIreks, The Innovation Award sponsored by Asdaflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1869camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:21:29 AMwidth 2803cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IINathan Giles, The Rising Star Award sponsored by Craft Bakers’ Associationflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 2:59:36 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIFor more information onthe Baking Industry Awards or to register your interest for next year’s event see bakeryawards.co.uk.Baking Industry Award winnersHere are the winners from BIA 2015.flash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:15:11 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:24:42 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:44:15 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:29:39 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:36:46 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:03:42 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:11:55 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:08:03 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1869camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:21:29 AMwidth 2803cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 2:59:36 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:18:19 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark IIflash 9cameramake Canonheight 1980camerasoftware Capture One 8 Macintoriginaldate 9/10/2015 3:32:51 AMwidth 2970cameramodel Canon EOS 5D Mark II