A 62 year old Ontario woman has been charged in connection with an incredible hit and run incident that quickly became a YouTube sensation. The accident, which occurred on Oct. 22 in a town just north of Toronto, was reminiscent of a monster truck show a black BMW SUV pulled into a parking spot too quickly, mounted a small curb and rolled over two other parked cars. The incident was captured by security cameras installed in the parking lot of Extreme Fitness, located south of Highway 7 on Yonge Street in Thornhill. The surveillance footage shows the driver of the SUV pause and then slowly back out of the parking spot and drive out of the lot. However, the video doesn't show the face of the driver or the car's licence plate number. Shortly after the accident, the video was posted on YouTube and several other international websites. The clip has generated more than 880,000 hits on YouTube in the past week. The owner of the one of the cars that was hit is a staff member at Extreme. 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And the bowling looks really sound as well.'' He gave a vote of confidence to Phil Hughes, who is arguably still on the fringe of the Australian team, saying he had proved he was good enough. ''Hughes is playing extremely well at the moment, [and] given the opportunity over there I'm sure he'll do really well.'' Still months out from the start of the Twenty20 season, Hussey was lending his hand to local community on Wednesday, launching the Sydney Thunder Local Hero program at Annandale Public School. The program assigns players to primary schools across NSW and the ACT to encourage children to fall in love with Sydney Thunder and the game. ''We're almost adopted by a school, so we can try and be a hero for that school and get those kids on board,'' Hussey said. ''There are so many choices for them these days with AFL and soccer and obviously cricket as well.'' With no shortage of schools in western Sydney, he said Sydney Thunder is growing fast in the area. 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Just days out from Australia's ODI tour of Zimbabwe, Hussey said he is looking forward to seeing a strong squad. ''Australia's coming off quite a big rest so we might be a little be rusty, whereas South Africa and Zimbabwe have been playing a lot of cricket, but they'll be very keen to do well because obviously there's the carrot of the World Cup.'' He said he was keen to see all the players but mentioned ''the excitement machines'', like Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch, who he said are both very exciting prospects. ''And it will be good to see Mitchell Johnson back playing. He's obviously exciting to watch and I know he loves playing South Africans, so there'll certainly be a bit of spice there as well,'' Hussey said. The story Mike Hussey backing Australian cricket on the global and local scale first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. 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Whilst quoting for boiler installations he committed fraud by making verbal statements to customers claiming to be CORGI registered or qualified to do gas work. He used official logos on paperwork and his work van giving the impression that he was approved by CORGI and the Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC). On one occasion he claimed to be Part P qualified to undertake and self certify electrical work. On all of these occasions he was not appropriately qualified or registered to undertake the work and never had been. Speaking after the prosecution, HSE Inspector Andy Shaw, said: "Carrying out work on gas installations without being a member of the approved registration body, which is now the Gas Safe Register, is both dangerous and illegal. "The law is there to ensure work is carried out safely to minimise any risk of death or serious injury resulting from gas or fume leaks or explosions. "Members of the public should check that gas fitters are members of the industry body before any work is started. Do not be afraid to challenge your gas engineer and phone the Gas Safe Register to check they are in fact registered you could be putting your life at risk if you don't. "This is a classic case of an unqualified tradesman carrying out illegal gas work and making fraudulent claims about his accreditation. We are pleased to have worked together with Wiltshire Council's trading standards to reveal Mr Dale's failings and illegal practices." Wiltshire Council cabinet member for public health and public protection services, Keith Humphries said: "I'm pleased with the outcome as this has been a very long running and complex case. It sends a clear message that this type of fraud is simply not acceptable, and this case, could have put lives at risk. "I hope this does not deter customers from getting their gas appliances serviced as there are many honest and qualified tradesmen in Wiltshire doing a fantastic job." Mr Dale, of Walworth Road, Andover, Hampshire (latest Court listing), pleaded guilty to six offences under section 33(1)(c) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 for breaching Regulation 3(1) of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. He also pleaded guilty to 10 offences of fraud by misrepresentation, breaching Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006, and a further three breaches of Regulation 12 and Schedule 1 Paragraph 4 of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, for engaging in unfair commercial practice. He was sentenced to serve eighteen months in prison for eight of the fraud offences and a further twelve months for the gas safety and unfair trading offences, to run concurrently. For the two additional fraud offences, that he committed whilst on bail for the other offences, he was sentenced to a further twelve months to run consecutively. This comes to 30 months in total. No prosecution costs were awarded. Paul Johnston, chief executive of Gas Safe Register, added: "We work closely with the HSE to investigate unregistered gas fitters. All gas engineers have to be Gas Safe registered by law. The Health and Safety Executive is Britain's national regulator for workplace health and safety. It aims to prevent death, injury and ill health.
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