Collision in Combe Down sees man taken to Bath’s Royal United Hospital with head injuryThe crash on the A3062 Bradford Road near Foxhill partially blocked the road09:43, 10 JAN 2018Updated09:45, 10 JAN 2018Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA man has been rushed to hospital after a crash on the A3062 Bradford Road in Combe Down this morning.Two cars collided near Foxhill at 06.32 this morning.The accident happened near the Forester and Flower pub in Combe Down.The A3062 was partially blocked this morning (Wednesday, January 10) leading to traffic delays as the accident was cleared.A man was rushed to Bath’s Royal United Hospital with head injuries after one ambulance attended the scene.A spokesman for South Western Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 0632 to reports of a two vehicle RTC.Bath LIVE: New Bath Rugby stadium and A3062 Fox Hill accident updates plus weather, travel and more on Wednesday, January 10The Bath Chronicle runs a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Chronicle News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp. We will send you a maximum of four messages a day and your phone number won’t be shared with other members of the group or used for any other purpose..
The move is seen further propelling inflationary concerns that may prompt the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to raise interest rates more steeply than expected. RBI had underlined the upside risk to inflation projections in its last monetary policy and raised the repo rate by 25 basis points. The rate hike was clearly prompted against the grim backdrop of rising crude oil prices and elevated commodity inflation worldwide.
I have to write more later about the nearly three weeks I have spent as ICU senior (or fellow in the surgical and cardiothoracic ICUs. The days are packed with intensity, from unstable patients, to hectic call nights, to diagnostic dilemmas, to withdrawals of care. Add to that the month of August (only one month into the medical new year) with its fresh interns, and my job becomes that much more difficult.After nearly no sleep on Tuesday night but finishing my shift with a relatively stable 21 bed cardiothoracic intensive care unit, I crashed at home well into the afternoon.
Just as important, I increased some of my lower fat food options into my meals much more frequently. If I were writing down a list of my favorite foods and dishes, some of these lower fat options would have been on the list all along. Now I just eat them more frequently and have worked to discover new ones.