Police seek public help to find driver involved in Concord crash

Police seek public help to find driver involved in Concord crash

Concord police detectives have sought public help to locate the driver involved in a vehicle collision along Weddington Road last Saturday.

Police said John Cassidy of Raleigh, who was driving on Rock Hill Church Road at around 11:45 a. m., lost control of his motorcycle when he approached a curve onto Weddington Road.

After losing control of his motorcycle, the victim first slammed into a Chevrolet car, and then crashed into a utility pole on the side of the road. The crash caused serious injuries to 52-year-old Cassidy. He was immediately airlifted to Carolinas Medical Center.

Dalai Lama makes two public appearances in Boston

Dalai Lama makes two public appearances in Boston

The Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama on Friday made a couple of public appearances in the Boston area, where hundreds of protesters accused him of human rights abuses as well as discrimination.

The spiritual leader first spoke at the Boston Marriott Copley Place hotel at a convention organized by a nonprofit organization called the Mind & Life Institute. The nonprofit focuses on how scientific research coupled with Buddhist teachings can provide an insight into the human mind & condition.


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