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Governor of Columbus has provided the go-ahead to Ohio pubs and restaurants to prepare for dine-in operation on Thursday if they obey other procedures to avoid coronavirus from spreading.
This week, the Ohio Restaurant Association said that fifty-four percent of regional establishments would open next week for dine-in operation. It estimates that another twenty-eight percent will open soon after that.
Among the pubs and restaurants in the Columbus area planning to reopen Lists available on the official city website. Business owners are hopeful that this state will run again on a normal routine.
According to Columbus authorities, a man is killed after drowning in a car that was discovered flipped down in floodwater in southeast Columbus.
Cops said they responded to a call about the vehicle about two p.m. on Tues but investigators state the accident happened on late Monday.
Officers and emergency workers rushed to the South Hamilton Road 2200 block when a citizen noticed the vehicle.
According to police, the man was found within the vehicle, which had been upside-down in a drainage ditch.
Shortly after fifteen minutes, the man was declared dead.
No one more details were known.
A person killed in a car and motorcycle collision that occurred near downtown on Sat.
Authorities believe a Chevrolet Malibu moved south on St. Clair Avenue about six o'clock in the evening and turned left into Atcheson Lane. Around the same moment, there was also a 1998 Honda CB-250 heading south on St. Clair Avenue and trying to cross the Malibu.
Authorities claim the motorcycle ran into collision with Malibu.
The bike's rider, Shawna Roberts, forty-one, was knocked off the motorbike. Officials claim he was transported to Medical center East at 7:30 p.m. and declared dead.
According to police, an eighteen year-old teenager driving the Malibu and her friend, who was also inside the vehicle, has not been harmed.