Boy also injured fingers on Disney World 'Pirates' ride - San Jose Mercury News
A report says a 12-year-old boy suffered cuts to four fingers on Walt Disney World's Pirates of the Caribbean ride, three months before a British tourist had a similar accident. The report made public Monday by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shows the boy lacerated his fingers in mid-April. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT No other details were released. The British tourist lost two fingertips on his right hand almost two weeks ago while on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Wahler says as a precaution, guests are no longer being loaded in the back row where the two people were when they were injured. She says the ride has been inspected and is deemed safe.
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MediaMath To Move To 4 World Trade Center -- NEW YORK, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
-- A report says a 12-year-old boy suffered cuts to four fingers on Walt Disney World's Pirates of the Caribbean ride, three months before a British tourist had a similar accident. The report made public Monday by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shows the boy lacerated his fingers in mid-April. No other details were released. A Disney spokesman said he didn't have immediate details on the accident but was looking into it. The British tourist lost two fingertips on his right hand almost two weeks ago while on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. The agriculture department maintains a list of accidents at Florida's largest theme parks.
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Silverstein's World Trade Center President Janno Lieber said: "What we are seeing is a major shift in momentum favoring the World Trade Center. 4 WTC has been open for barely six months, but is already getting serious attention from virtually every major tenant. This is the same pattern we saw at 7 WTC, which has been fully leased for several years. Companies are moving Downtown in record numbers. And all of the projects at the WTC the Memorial, Museum, office buildings, and transit hub are either open or on schedule to be completed soon. We are in the process of financing 3 WTC and are on target to complete and open the building as planned." Lease negotiations for MediaMath were handled by a CBRE team, led by Harly Stevens and Mike Rizzo. Jeremy Moss, Director of World Trade Center Leasing for Silverstein Properties, together with the CBRE agency team including Mary Ann Tighe, Steve Siegel, Ken Meyerson and Evan Haskell led the negotiations for the landlord. According to the Downtown Alliance, 511 firms have moved to Lower Manhattan since 2005, leasing a total of 12.3 million square feet (1.14 million square meters). 226 of those companies have been in creative or professional services, taking 51 percent of the space leased. In its 2013 report, "Brain Gain," the Downtown Alliance explained, "The high-value knowledge workers who drive the region's economy the people companies want to hire increasingly live within a 30-minute commute of Lower Manhattan. Extensive residential development and dramatic neighborhood revitalization in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey's Hudson River waterfront cities have attracted huge numbers of young, educated people, workers in the professional and creative fields that drive leasing in New York City who prefer apartment living and shorter commutes via subway, PATH, ferry, bike and foot to suburban life and lengthy commutes via heavy rail or car." "Over the past several years, Lower Manhattan has seen a surge of 5 million square feet of relocations," said Alliance for Downtown New York President Jessica Lappin. "MediaMath's move from Midtown is one more piece of evidence showing that the gravity of Lower Manhattan is only growing. Marketing and advertising firms are flocking to the area and we're thrilled to welcome MediaMath's more than 300 NY-based employees to this dynamic community." "MediaMath has clearly done the numbers and it all adds up to 4 World Trade Center," said Catherine McVay Hughes, Chair of Community Board One. The World Trade Center is at the heart of Lower Manhattan, the fourth largest business center in the country, and the place view website to be for our city's leading new-media companies. What was new for our founding fathers is new again, today." About 4 World Trade Center Designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Fumihiko Maki to meet a LEED Gold standard of sustainability, 4 WTC is a model of transparency and efficiency. The 977 foot (298 meter) building contains 2.3 million square feet (213,680 square meters) of light-filled, green and high-tech office space spread over 56 office floors. In addition to MediaMath, which will occupy almost three 44,000 square feet (4,088 square meters) office floors in the middle of the building, 520,000 square feet of the office space in the tower is currently being built out to become the new headquarters of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. Another 600,000 square feet is being occupied by the City of New York. 4 WTC was designed to enliven and seamlessly integrate into Downtown's streetscape, with a major concentration of retail both at the street-level and in underground pedestrian concourses that lead directly to 11 subway lines and the PATH trains. All of the retail will open in tandem with the World Trade Center Transit Hub in 2015. For more information and regular updates on 4 World Trade Center, please visit 4WTC.com and follow 4WTC on Facebook , Twitter , Instagram , and Pinterest . About MediaMath MediaMath ( mediamath.com ) is a global technology company that's leading the movement to revolutionize traditional marketing and drive transformative results for marketers through its TerminalOne Marketing Operating System.
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