I also ALWAYS put things in the same place, even if it is inconvenient. Every time I switch it up, I can find it sometimes for months. Another good tip is leaving something random in a random place to remind yourself if you done it. MILLERSVILLE, TN (WSMV) Three emergency responders who were hit by a semi truck Saturday night are on the mend. But those familiar with the area where it happened say something needs to be done before the next time.The men are each in stable condition Monday after they were hit while responding to a crash on Interstate 65 South in Millersville.”It was a routine response that turned out not so routine,” Millersville Fire Chief Kirt Brinkley said.It an area of I 65 that emergency personnel know all too well.”Every time an accident goes in that area we all kind of cringe,” Millersville Police Chief Ronnie Williams said.The grade of the hill, rock walls, a sharp curve and no lights make mile marker 103 a spot where dozens of accidents happen, particularly at night.Qualls said the Millersville police and fire departments were working an the initial crash when the tractor trailer came upon the scene and struck firefighters Jeremy Lackey and Jacob Coleman, along with Sumner County paramedic Todd Crumpler.”When my guys hollered firefighters down that just changed their response to taking care of our own because we used to taking care of other people now we had to take care of our own,” Brinkley said.Brinkley says the support from the community for the injured men has been amazing.”This is the first incident where I had anybody hurt on one of our scenes, and it has really taken a toll on me. And it just taken a toll on the entire department,” he said.Williams says he is already talking to TDOT about what can be done to warn drivers about the dangerous stretch of road after he previously had an officer injured while responding to a wreck in the same place.The Tennessee Highway Patrol is still investigating Saturday wreck.
Here’s an interesting thing I found out about them: In this same bathtub in the mornings I would find a dead fly, flat as a pancake, all it’s juices sucked out. If I left the door to the bathroom open, any fly in the house would end up flat in this bathtub. My conclusion: this house centipede somehow excreted something that attracted a fly, it’s prey.
But the caterpillars of the catalpa sphinx moth only feed on catalpa leaves. As a boom and bust species, it is “occasionally common enough to defoliate catalpa trees,” David L. Wagner writes in his Caterpillars of Eastern North America. The state regulations mentioned above require impacts studies on surface water, aquifer systems, both shallow and deep and, including reclamation projects. The permit required by industry is called, Regional Impact Statement and Consumptive Use Permit. I will spare us both on the specific details needed for the permits.