Police in Berbice are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a West Berbice, Region Six labourer who reportedly fell off of a lorry on which he was working on Tuesday afternoon.The dead man has only been identified as “Donkey Head”.The incident reportedly took place at Rosignol Village.Following the incident, he was rushed to the Fort Wellington Hospital in an unconscious state and later transferred to the New Amsterdam Hospital. However, he died while receiving medical attention. An investigation has been launched.
Marc Albrighton’s strike in first-half injury time put Leicester ahead against an out-of-sorts Chelsea.The Blues, who need two wins to be sure of the Premier League title, barely threatened, with Didier Drogba squandering their best opening.And the Foxes took the lead when Albrighton sidefooted home from close range after great work by Jamie Vardy on the left flank.Both sides looked lively in the final third but it was Leicester who settled first and were sharper in the midfield battle.Vardy’s pace caused problems to Chelsea’s back four from the start and Vardy’s fellow striker Leo Ulloa then miscontrolled when he would have been through on goal.But Chelsea then began to threaten, mainly through the pace of Willian and Eden Hazard.The pair combined to tee up Drogba who shot well wide, while Cesc Fabregas opted to cross rather than shoot after more fine work by Hazard.But it was Leicester who went ahead when Albrighton calmly shot home.The Foxes, who have won four in a row to climb out of the relegation zone, suffered a double first-half injury blow, with midfielder Andy King and former Chelsea defender Robert Huth both having to come off.Drogba started up front, with Diego Costa once again left out of the squad, while Petr Cech is in goal with Thibaut Courtois left on the bench. Leicester: Schmeichel, Wasilewski, Huth, Morgan (c), Albrighton, King, Cambiasso, Drinkwater, Konchesky, Vardy, Ulloa. Subs: Schwarzer, De Laet, Hammond, James, Mahrez, Wood, Kramarić. Chelsea: Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Azpilicueta; Ramires, Matic; Willian, Fabregas, Hazard; Drogba. Subs: Courtois, Filipe Luis, Zouma, Ake, Mikel, Oscar, Cuadrado. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
RED builds a breathtaking custom camera for Michael Bay. The BAYHEM features the company’s all new 8K Super 35mm sensor.Top image via RED/Jarred LandLeave it to Michael Bay to get the latest custom RED camera, one that looks a bit like a Transformer itself. The BAYHEM camera features an eye-popping lime green paint job — but its most impressive feature is an all-new RED sensor.Image: Michael Bay’s custom 8K Super 35mm RED Camera via Jarred Land The 8K super 35mm sensor has been nicknamed Helium, which is the first of a new 3.65 micron sensor line of cameras. The 8K super 35mm Helium will soon be available for WEAPON sensor upgrades, with plans for a new Epic-W using the new tech. Image: Michael Bay’s custom 8K Super 35mm RED Camera via Jarred LandAs many of you might have noticed, our new Helium 3.65 micron pixel is complete and ahead of schedule… WAY ahead of schedule. Helium’s first sensor is the 8K s35 build on a completely new sensor line and will be available to WEAPON customers in the coming months. (Or the coming weeks for those that know where to look.) Helium will take pressure off our DRAGON sensor lines and allow those lines to completely focus on RAVON and SCARLET-W sensors. — Jarred Land, President RED Digital CinemaHere’s a great look at the sensor tech matched up to RED’s other sensors and other popular film formats from Phil Holland via the RedUser forum.Image via PHFXCompared to the new 8K Vista Vision sensor being tested on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the Helium has much smaller and denser pixels. Guardians director James Gunn is on record expressing his excitement for the 8K Vista Vision because of the massive amount of data they could get for VFX heavy films.The large sensor size and super high resolution offered by the new WEAPON 8K, combined with its lightweight and compact size open up a whole range of new creative possibilities. — James GunnAs far as custom builds go, Bay isn’t the only one getting awesome cameras from RED. David Fincher recently scored the Alien-inspired RED Xenomorph for his Netflix original, Mindhunter.What are you thoughts on this new Michael Bay beast? Let us know in the comments below.