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The Ravens will hold 17 free and open training camp practices, the team announced Friday, highlighted by a July 30 session at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Ravens’ first full-team practice will be held July 27, and fans can attend training camp through Aug. 17. Post-practice autograph sessions for children ages 6 to 14 will be held after each practice.

The 16 practices at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills will be limited to about 1,000 fans per day. Fans can visit the Ravens’ website or mobile app starting at 11 a.m. on July 13 to claim a parking pass for the practices. Reservations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis.

“We are excited to welcome the Ravens Flock back to training camp,” senior vice president of marketing Brad Downs said in a statement. “We look forward to hosting our outstanding fans and kicking off what will surely be a fantastic season of Ravens football.”

The July 30 practice at M&T Bank Stadium will begin at 7 p.m. and feature an autograph session for children and a fireworks and laser show.


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Worker plunges to his death from scaffolding after safety jacket failed to deploy

A WORKER plunged to his death after he fell from a platform and his safety jacket failed to open.

Ricardo Jazael Laredo Padron, 29, died on Saturday after falling from scaffolding at a Kiewit Offshore Services yard and into water near Corpus Christi, Texas.

2A worker, 29, died after falling from a platform into a water channel near Corpus Christi, Texas, on SaturdayCredit: Aransas Pass Police Department 2Kiewit Offshore Services' 555-acre facility specializes in large, complex offshore projectsCredit: KRIS 6

He was last seen wearing a manually inflatable blue life jacket, safety harness, and tool belt, per the US Coast Guard.

Commercial divers discovered the body in water in La Quinta Channel about four hours after the incident was reported.

The body was reportedly found with the use of sonar technology after it didn't resurface for 15 minutes after the fall.

“This news is devastating and our hearts go out to the subcontractor employee’s family, friends and coworkers," the company said in a statement.

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"We are very thankful to the Coast Guard, local dive teams and other first responders who quickly and diligently responded to the scene on Saturday."

The statement added that the company will conduct mandatory safety stand downs with all facility personnel this week.

Aransas Pass said Laredo Padron's inflatable personal flotation device, which likely contributed to his death.

It's unclear how the scaffolder fell from the platform, San Patricio Co. Sherriff Oscar Rivera told KRIS 6 News.

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The U.S. Sun has contacted Kiewit and the US Coast Guard for comment.

The company's 555-acre facility specializes in large, complex offshore projects, according to its website.

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