A man fell in the Main Building on Saturday evening shortly after the Trumpets Under the Dome Concert began at 6:20 p.m., University spokesman Dennis Brown said Tuesday morning.“Notre Dame emergency personnel responded at 6:28 p.m. Saturday to assist an individual who fell in a stairway in the Main Building,” Brown said. “He was transported to Memorial Hospital.”Representatives from Memorial Hospital did not immediately return The Observer’s phone calls. Ann Wassmann of Spring Lake, Mich., attended Trumpets Under the Dome and witnessed the incident. When the concert was over, she said she exited near the back and witnessed the fall in a stairwell in her peripheral vision.“Just as I reached the ground floor and was proceeding to the door, I saw something dark drop in my peripheral vision,” she said in an email to The Observer on Tuesday afternoon. “As I stepped through the door I heard a very loud bang – like something heavy hitting a metal surface.“I turned to see what had happened. The door had closed, so all I could see were people on the stairs, and the horrified looks on their faces. People were crying and calling out ‘call 911’.”Wassmann said two “fire engine-type vehicles” arrived shortly after with paramedics. Brown said he had not been provided with any additional information.“It was weird to walk around to the front of the Main Building, meeting up with joyous people who knew nothing of the tragic accident we had just experienced,” Wassmann said.Tags: observer staff report
Donegal’s Chloe Magee will also be in action at around 1 o’clock this afternoon when she begins her campaign in the Women’s Badminton singles.Judy Reynolds will finally begin her Olympics in the Individual Dressage, which resumes at two o’clock this afternoon.Ireland must beat Canada if they to have any chance of reaching the quarter-finals of the men’s hockey competition.Tip-off is at 3And in Swimming this evening, Shane Ryan returns to the pool for the heats of the Men’s 50m Freestyle. Ireland’s two Lightweight Double Sculls rowing crews will be back to contest their semi-finals, weather permitting.Sinead Lynch and Claire Lambe will be first onto the water at around one. And they’ll be followed minutes later by the O’Donovan brothers, Paul and Gary in their semi-final.
The event ”The best athlete of Maglaj” has been held in Maglaj. Head of Maglaj Municipality Mehmed Mustabašić was the general sponsor of the eighth selection of the best athletes and sports associations of Maglaj municipality, and RTV Maglaj organised the event.Recognition for the development of youth sports: Football club “Vis” KosovaRecognition of the most successful sports workers: Smajl Mulahasanović – Member of Maglaj Volleyball Club BoardThe most successful disabled athletes-in 2012: Hasna HamzićBest team: Women’s volleyball team Maglaj.The most successful athletes: Nadina VrgovčevićLifetime Achievement Award: Kazimir KapidžićSpecial award: Anisa Obralić and Amela Abdulahi.