Thursday, January 18, 2001

Tristate A.M. Report




Forklift accident kills paper worker

        FAIRFAX — An employee at World Color Printing Co. in Fairfax died Wednesday morning after being struck by a large roll of paper.

[photo] The World Color Printing Co. plant in Fairfax was the site of a fatal accident Wednesday morning.
(Glenn Hartong photo)
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        Wallace Jones, 39, of Madisonville was pronounced dead at the scene, said Fairfax Police Chief Rick Patterson. Police say Mr. Jones was moving the paper roll with a forklift when the roll toppled onto the forklift's safety cage.

        “The forklift roof did stop the impact ... for some unknown reason he exited the forklift” and was hit by the roll, the chief said. “It does not appear to be suspicious at all.”

        The chief said the weight of the roll has not been determined.

        The accident happened about 7:45 a.m. at the company at 3600 Red Bank Road. It is being investigated by Fairfax police and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Chief Patterson said.

        The company had no comment Wednesday. Chief Patterson said crisis counselors were sent to the printing plant.
       

Price Hill man accused in 2-state chase

        GREEN TOWNSHIP — A Price Hill man is facing a string of charges after allegedly stealing a car and leading police on a pursuit from Greendale, Ind., to Dent in Green Township on Tuesday evening.

        Reginald Lindsey, 42, was charged with receiving stolen property, felony fleeing and eluding, driving under suspension and leaving the scene of an auto accident, the Hamilton County Sheriff's office said.

        Charges also are pending from Greendale.

        Police say Mr. Lindsey stole a 1985 Chevrolet Celebrity from a United Dairy Farmers in Greendale about 9:40 p.m. Tuesday. A patrolman spotted the vehicle at Interstate 275 and U.S. 50 a short time later and tried to stop it.

        The driver then led officers on a chase east on I-275 into Ohio, east on Interstate 74, then down Harrison Avenue. Police caught him at Harrison Avenue and Johnson Road, sheriff's deputies said.

        There were no injuries in the accident or the pursuit.

NOW sponsors event on sexuality

        The Cincinnati Chapter of the National Organization for Women will hold its third annual Choices Fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at French Hall on the University of Cincinnati campus.

        Representatives will provide information on sexuality for adolescents, young adults and adults who care for them.

        Groups present will include: AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati; Cincinnati NOW; Gay, Lesbian, Straight Educational Network; National Abortion Rights League; Planned Parenthood; Parents-Friends of Lesbians and Gays; Postponing Sexual Involvement and the UC Women's Center.

        The Rev. Dan Newman of the Northern Kentucky Health Department will speak on safe sex and condom use.

        Admission is free and door prizes will be awarded. For information, call 852-9948.
       

Library's Friends plan warehouse sale

        Choose from more than 100,000 used books, CDs, cassettes and videos at the fifth annual Friends of the Public Library Warehouse Sale Friday through Sunday at the warehouse at 1621 Dana Ave., two blocks west of Montgomery Road.

        A preview sale for Friends members will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today. Memberships can be purchased at the warehouse for $15.

        Sale hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Sale hours have been extended for Saturday because parking will be limitedbecause of a Xavier University basketball game.

        Information: 369-6035.

Weekend health fair to be in Sharonville

        SHARONVILLE — The Wellness Expo 2001-Health Fair, sponsored by Preventive Health Strategies, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Queen City Racquet & Fitness Club, 11275 Chester Road, across from the Princeton High School football fields.

        The Wellness Fair is an exhibit of traditional and nontraditional health services promoting optimal health and wellness. Visitors can experience back massage, yoga, reiki, and chiropractic, as well as learn how to slow aging, overcome fatigue, and look and feel their best.

        More than 40 exhibitors will offer free services, information and samples.

        The fair is free and open to the public. Door prizes, including a Bahamas vacation, will be awarded. Information: 791-6600.

       



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