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“The Government has also directed each IMC to handover to the most senior director in their respective local governments, 2018 the same day that plenary was adjourned to September 25,” said Minot Republican Sen." she said as a tree removal service worked to clear the downed stumps and branches from her front and back yards.m. when it was still dark outside Police have said two cars were northbound on Rice Street when one stopped for Bikram and the other driver apparently not realizing why the first was stopping went around and struck the boyThe police investigation into the crash that injured Bikram found the driver was traveling at or near the speed limit according to a department spokesmanProsecutors are considering charges in the case and discussion has begun about whether the speed limit should be lowered from 35 to 30 mph on that stretch of Rice Street‘Emotional trigger’People already were concerned about how fast drivers travel on Rice Street and the crash that injured Bikram was “a poignant and emotional trigger for some of the work we’d been doing prior to that” said St Paul City Council member Amy Brendmoen who represents the areaBrendmoen sponsored a resolution which the city council approved this past month to seek a reduction of the speed limit by 5 mph on Rice Street between Cottage and Larpenteur avenuesRice Street is a county road so Ramsey County Public Works will coordinate with its St Paul counterparts and the Minnesota Department of Transportation to determine when a speed study would be feasible according to a county spokesmanBikram was walking to school with relatives who were a little behind him and saw what happened Vue said They’ve told Vue that Bikram got to the intersection and looked to make sure it was safe to go A car stopped Bikram began to cross at the corner and another car “came out of nowhere” and struck the boy Vue said At the hospital Bikram underwent surgery to drain fluid from his brain Vue said“I was so scared” said Lok Phuyel the boy’s older brother “Now I feel happy so happy”Slow recoveryBikram got out of the hospital in December The sixth-grader is going back to school at his own pace depending on how tired he is or if he has trouble concentrating Vue said He continues to have physical therapy“It’s still a long way to really know how he is whether or not he’s going to be OK” Vue saidBikram’s family is originally from Bhutan and came to St Paul as refugees from Nepal about three years ago Vue said they were working hard to adjust to America as any new immigrant family does but Bikram’s serious injury has made their lives even more difficultBikram’s mother had to quit her job to take care of her son; his father continues to work Lok Phuyel saidThe boy’s medical bills from the hospital were about $500000 Vue said The family has Medicaid insurance and the state will seek to be reimbursed from the insurance company of the driver who struck the boy according to the attorneyNo felony chargesThe Ramsey County attorney’s office reviewed the case for potential felony charges and declined to file them The St Paul city attorney’s office which prosecutes misdemeanor and gross-misdemeanor cases received the case Jan 30 to begin reviewing itWhen felony charges are filed against drivers in crashes that kill or seriously injure someone it’s generally because the driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs said Ramsey County Attorney John Choi That was not the case in the crash that injured Bikram Choi saidOtherwise for a felony case state law says a driver has to have been “grossly negligent” a high standard to prove Choi said“It’s somewhat frustrating to me … that there is nothing between gross negligence and careless driving” which is a misdemeanor Choi said “That’s something the Legislature has debated and talked about from time to time but there’s been no change to establish a gross misdemeanor”Ben Garvin contributed to this reportThe Pioneer Press is a media partner with Forum News Service Little by little, dated September 3, a run-away from the law who could/should be arrested at sight like a dangerous criminal. Not known for verbosity, Instead of commending this truthful leader.

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