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Two of Jung’s friends from the cruise ship, identified as Philippine nationals Jacky and Robles Jesus, accompanied Jung.Alwi said Jung was declared dead upon arriving at the port, despite the team’s efforts to provide him medical assistance.“We are still waiting for the results of a medical examination [to find the cause of death],” Alwi said. He added that Jung’s body was undergoing an autopsy at Pringadi Hospital in Medan.Jung’s death sparked concerns it was connected to the global coronavirus outbreak. AFP reported that a total of 1,011 people had died from the new coronavirus infection as of Tuesday, with more than 42,000 others having been tested positive for the virus around the world. (syk)Topics : The North Sumatra Health Agency has dismissed rumors saying the death of a South Korean working aboard a Sunshine cruise ship in the province’s waters was caused by a disease related to the Wuhan coronavirus.The agency’s head, Alwi Hasibuan, said the Korean citizen — identified as Jung Seungwong, 21 – did not die from being infected by the coronavirus because he did not show any symptoms of fever or shortness of breath beforehand.Jung also had no history of traveling to a country with confirmed cases of the coronavirus up to 14 days before his death, Alwi said. “According to those facts, we concluded that the Sunshine crew member did not die because of the coronavirus,” Alwi said during a press briefing on Monday.Prior to his death, Jung was sailing from Singapore to Qatar on a Panama-flagged Sunshine cruise ship. When the ship reached Aceh’s waters on Sunday, the ship sent a distress signal to the Belawan Navy Command Post, asking for a medical evacuation for the Korean crew member.Read also: Cruise ship rejected by four nations runs out of optionsA team comprising personnel from the Navy post, a water police unit and health officials from state-owned energy holding company Pertamina approached the cruise ship to collect Jung. Alwi said the team took 3.5 hours to transport Jung from the cruise ship to Pangkalan Susu Port in Langkat.
Arsene Wenger believes Matteo Guendouzi has ‘big potential’ and praises Arsenal youth focus Comment The French midfielder has played a key role for the Gunners this season (Picture: Getty)Arsene Wenger has been impressed by Matteo Guendouzi’s impact at Arsenal and believes he will have a big future, though holds Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson in similar esteem.The French midfielder has been one of the stand-out players for the Gunners so far this season, starting all eight Premier League matches, and even earned a call-up to the French senior squad last month.Guendouzi was signed shortly after Wenger’s departure, though he still keeps a close eye on his old club and is a fan of his compatriot – as well as two players who he saw emerge through the academy. Guendouzi is back with the France Under-21s after his call-up to the senior squad (Getty)Wenger has yet to return to the Emirates since leaving but watches the games on television avidly and continues to support the club through thick and thin.Asked what it’s like watching Arsenal now, rather than managing the side, he added: ‘Ups and downs, like for every fan! I don’t judge too much, I just want Arsenal to win and play well.‘For me winning is the consequence of the quality of the game, of the quality of the football you play. So I am more attentive to how the players develop, how the young players come up and how we play football.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Wenger was honoured at an event in London this week (Picture: Arsenal Media)Asked about Guendouzi’s potential for both Arsenal and France, Wenger told Arsenal’s website: ‘He looks to be a good potential.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I think there are many other players who have fantastic potential, who played already with me, like Joe Willock and you have Reiss Nelson.‘You have many players who come out and have a big potential and Guendouzi is one of them.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityOn the youth emphasis at Arsenal, he continued: ‘It’s part of our DNA at Arsenal. It has always been part of it, to give a chance.‘I think when you are a manager and you can give a chance to a young boy, it’s always fantastic. And when they can play at such a high level like Arsenal, it’s even better.’ Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 9 Oct 2019 10:01 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link6.5kShares
Walker gunned into the early lead and paced the initial eight circuits before surrendering the point to eighth-starter Rogers. Other Saturday night winners included Clay Money in the IMCA Modifieds, Travis Burger in the IMCA SportMods and Tathan Burkhart in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. Kyle Pfeifer was the $1,000 winner of Dodge City Raceway Park’s aptly titled IMCA Sunoco Stock Car Shootout on Saturday night. (Photo by Lonnie Wheatley) After leading more than half the race, Rogers settled for second with Munoz filling out the podium in third. Mike Petersilie crossed the stripe fourth after starting 10th with Will Bauer rounding out the top five. Pfeifer had his work cut out for him the in the 25-lap Shootout, gridding the feature field 12th as Tyler Walker and Mark Zorn led the way to the green flag. Rogers was busy fending off Angel Munoz over the ensuing circuits while Pfeifer made his into the top five by the midway point. DODGE CITY, Kan. (May 4) – Saturday night’s Stock Car Shootout presented by Winner’s Circle Feedyards and Factory Direct Fireworks atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval lived up to its moniker with Kyle Pfeifer battling past Jason Rogers in the closing rounds of the 25-lapper to pocket the $1,000 winner’s share for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. Working the top side of the track, Pfeifer made his way to second by the 17th round and then began pressuring Rogers for the lead. After battling side-by-side for several circuits, Pfeifer surged ahead on the 23rd lap and paced the final three circuits to secure the win. By Lonnie Wheatley Feature results – 1. Kyle Pfeifer; 2. Jason Rogers; 3. Angel Munoz; 4. Mike Petersilie; 5. Will Bauer; 6. Mark Zorn; 7. Travis Baird; 8. Marlin Hogie; 9. Anthony Finch; 10. Ondre Rexford; 11. Gerald Walker; 12. Richard Knoll; 13. Troy Burkhart; 14. Dalton Bauer; 15. Josh Siebert; 16. Donald Kaup; 17. Brandon Ballard; 18. Chris Oliver; 19. Tyler Walker; 20. Zach McLemore; 21. Shaylan Holloway.