Texas DBs Share Scary Photos Of July 4 Car Crash They Were Involved In

first_imgFans cheer on the Texas Longhorns against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks.AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 5: Fans cheer on the Texas Longhorns against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks on September 5, 2009 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)Two Texas football players had something else to celebrate yesterday besides the birth of America. They survived a scary car cash.Texas defensive backs Kris Boyd and B.J. Foster were involved in a car accident on July 4. Fortunately, both guys are doing just fine.The accident could have been a lot worse. Boyd shared photos of the car after the wreck and it is pretty messed up.“Our angels had they hands over us today @nofear_2 Got rear ended and smashed!” Boyd tweeted. “We’re doing a lot better. Thank you to those who reached out. Could’ve been gone but we here.”Our angels had they hands over us today @nofear_2 Got rear ended and smashed! We’re doing a lot better. Thank you to those who reached out. Could’ve been gone but we here.???? pic.twitter.com/2TuHaMyZLS— kris boyd™ (@kris23db) July 5, 2018If their car almost got sandwiched like Boyd says, the pair are very, very lucky.Boyd was one of Texas’ top defensive players as a junior in 2017. He posted 57 tackles, a team-high 15 pass breakups and two interceptions, earning second-team All-Big 12 honors in the process.Foster, meanwhile, was a five-star prospect in the 2018 class and Texas’ second-highest ranked signee. He’s expected to contribute early for the Longhorns.Thankfully both guys are just fine after this scary incident.last_img read more

Public Lecture Focuses on Nutrition and Cancer

first_imgNova Scotians will receive vital cancer information from the latest in a series of public lectures, designed by Cancer Care Nova Scotia. The third Cancer Answers lecture, with an evening information session, takes place today, Nov. 14, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Patricia Campbell, professional dietitian, Cape Breton Cancer Centre and Laurie Barker Jackman, professional dietitian, Sobey’s, will speak at the session, titled Nutrition and Cancer: Reducing Your Cancer Risk and Managing Your Nutritional Needs During Cancer Treatments. “Our Cancer Answers public lecture series is designed to reach out to Nova Scotians and share expert information on a variety of cancer-related topics,” said Theresa Marie Underhill, chief operating officer, Cancer Care Nova Scotia. “The public response has been phenomenal, with more than 11 communities from across the province participating this evening via video conferencing.” The lecture will be held in the Royal Bank Lecture Theatre of the Halifax Infirmary, 1796 Summer St., Halifax. It will also be available by video conference at: St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish; Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton; Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro; Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow; Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre, Amherst; Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital, Tatamagouche; South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater; Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Sydney; Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital in Inverness and Yarmouth Regional Hospital, Yarmouth. Cancer Care Nova Scotia is a program of the Department of Health, created to reduce the burden of cancer on individuals, families and the health care system through prevention, screening, education and research.last_img read more