She was the loving mother of Marilyn Smith (Ted deceased) of Callander, Lorraine Hart of British Columbia and David Bain (Diane) of Callander; Grandmother of Brent Hart, Trevor Hart (Laura), Sarah Caruso (Darren), Emily Bain, William (Billy) Bain (Lynn), and the late Rachel Bain and Great grandmother of Keara, Nevaeh, Jude, Tessa and Charlie Caruso. Vi was the dear sister of Vernon Ratz of Huntsville, Kenneth Ratz of Powassan, Noreen Arthur of St. Agatha and the late Ray Ratz.
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They restricted access to much of the area, constructing listening posts to spy into West Germany and watch the border for escaping East Germans. The Brocken, the highest of the Harz mountains at 3,744 feet, hosted one of the listening posts. Even after unification, the region hasn’t recovered.
Australian Associated PressMarch 16 2020 5:28PMWoman pleads not guilty to killing partnerComan, 54, sat quietly in the dock as a series of photos of the deceased appeared on screen showing him trapped under the driver’s side wheel of a white Hyundai i30 in the front yard of the Newlands Rd property.Her manslaughter charge comes under domestic violence and relates to the dangerous operation of a vehicle causing death or grievous bodily harm whilst adversely affected by an intoxicating substance.The court heard she returned a preliminary breath test of .257 on site before a later test confirmed it was .241.Constable Leigh Oakley, who along with two other officers were first to arrive the on scene, told the court it took them 18 minutes to reach the property. The house is set well back from the road down a long and narrow unsealed curving driveway.Police vehicle dashcam footage was played to the court and showed the vehicle passing through three sets of gates, one which had to be opened, and driving along the unlit driveway.The police vehicle then turns off the driveway and on to grass where the headlights illuminate the Hyundai which was positioned on top of Crandley.”I swung the headlights towards the front of the other car and I saw the deceased,” Constable Oakley said.”I stopped the car thinking I’d observe the scene and then the other two (officers) got out) and I got out.”He said Coman co operated with his request for a preliminary breath test.Another series of photos showed the Hyundai had been driven for several metres off the unsealed driveway before it came to rest on the victim.Replaying the dashcam footage, Mr Copely pointed out to Const. Oakley that when he arrived on scene there were no lights visible on the property, nor the house, other than the headlights of the Hyundai.