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    Getty Images Teresa Giudice's wedding drama has already begun. Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas’ wedding will be held on August 6, 2022, and there’s already some stressful wedding drama happening behind-the-scenes. The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star is set to tie the knot for a second time and has gone all out for the event, which is going to be held at Park Chateau Estate and Gardens in East Brunswick, New Jersey. The location is absolutely stunning and will undoubtedly be the most romantic backdrop for the celebration. “Nestled midway between Manhattan and Philadelphia on 15 rolling acres, the Park Château Estate & Gardens is a beautiful wedding venue and event hall bringing guests over 30 years of catering experience straight to their table. This elegant wedding venue allows its visitors to step into the pages of a classic French Novel by embracing the gorgeous architecture of the time and capturing the essence of romance,” reads a description on the venue’s website. As Teresa and Luis put the final touches on their plans ahead of their big...
    NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — There was chaos on board a JetBlue flight from Cancun to Newark over a 2-year-old with special needs who wouldn’t wear his mask. CBS2’s Jessica Moore spoke with the boy’s mother, who says the airline’s treatment left her feeling angry and humiliated. READ MORE: New Canaan High School Student Teddy Balkind Dies After Colliding With Another Player During Hockey GameAfter two years working as a teacher through the pandemic, East Orange mother Jennifer Minsky, her husband and two young sons took a dream vacation to Cancun. “This was a really big deal to go away on an airplane to a Caribbean destination,” she said. “And you knew about the mask policy, right? So you had prepared the boys, ‘this is what we’re going to have to do’?” Moore asked. “Yeah. Ezra wears a mask at school all the time with no issues,” Minsky said. After their return flight to Newark was delayed for three days, the Minskys finally boarded a plane home, where their travel nightmare continued. Video shows a rotating crew of flight attendants standing...
    Getty Blue Origin vice president of mission and flight operations Audrey Powers, Star Trek actor William Shatner, Planet Labs co-founder Chris Boshuizen and Medidata Solutions co-founder Glen de Vries wave. An entrepreneur who flew to space with William Shatner on Blue Origin’s New Shepard has died. Almost exactly one month after his historic flight, Glen de Vries died in a plane crash in New Jersey. After his space flight, de Vries spoke about what a privilege it was to fly with Shatner and had talked about how moving his experience of flying into space had been.He Died in a Small Plane Crash in New JerseyGlen de Vries, 49, died in a small plane crash in Sussex County, New Jersey, CBS News reported. Thomas P. Fischer, 54, was with him on the flight and also died. Fischer was the owner and head instructor of Fischer Aviation and a second-generation flight instructor, New Jersey Herald reported. The cause of the crash has not yet been identified and the FAA is investigating. A preliminary report will be released in about a...
    NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- A fuel leak forced a flight out of Newark to make an emergency landing upstate.The United Express flight was on its way to Buffalo on Sunday evening, when a pilot noticed a fuel leak on one of the plane's wings.The flight was diverted to Rochester International Airport, where it landed safely.The flight deboarded 55 passengers.Those travelers were shuttled from the tarmac to the terminal where they awaited word from the airline.ALSO READ | 10 people shot, 7 innocent bystanders, in 'brazen, coordinated attack' in QueensEMBED More News Videos Diana Rocco reports from the scene of the shooting in North Corona. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New Jersey news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- New Jersey Transit is working to make it easier for people to get vaccinated.It kicked off a partnership Tuesday that offers complimentary rides to and from vaccination sites.The "Vaxride" program is funded through sponsors and will provide about 11,000 New Jerseyans with two free round trips to get vaccinated.Customers using the NJ Transit mobile app can enter the promo code "VAXRIDE", that can be redeemed online for two complimentary round-trip tickets.Tickets will be limited to up to 4-zones for intra-state bus travel only (destinations within New Jersey) and valid only to rail stations within New Jersey.People may travel to both publicly- and privately-operated vaccine sites, such as state "Mega-Sites" and local CVS/Walgreens locations.Do note, it is a one-time use code that expires after 60 days.Individuals without a smartphone can get tickets by visiting and registering at one of seven Customer Service Offices or by contacting NJ Transit Customer Service and receiving their tickets via postal mail.Registered Access Link customers may also obtain sponsored fares by mentioning the code "VAXRIDE" when making Access Link reservations via telephone.For...
    TOMS RIVER, N.J. (CBS) — A New Jersey family is reportedly demanding an apology from an airline company after they were temporarily removed from the flight over a mask dispute involving their toddler. According to Yahoo.com, the family is from Toms River, and they were removed from a Spirit Airlines flight traveling from Orlando to Atlantic City because their daughter was eating on the flight without a mask on. A video posted by The Lakewood Scoop shows a fight attendant giving a couple a hard time over their toddler not wearing a mask while eating. READ MORE: Esperanza Community COVID-19 Vaccination Center In North Philadelphia Opens To Public On Saturday CHECK THIS OUT: @SpiritAirlines releases statement saying the flight was delayed “due to the adults in a party not complying with the federal mask requirement.” This video clearly shows the flight attendant stating the issue was with the 2-year-old child. pic.twitter.com/WCeh84rlGq — The Lakewood Scoop (@LakewoodScoop) April 5, 2021 READ MORE: Candlelight Vigil To Be Held Friday For James Alexander Who Was Killed In Police Shootout In Logan Following...
    TOMS RIVER, N.J. (CBS) — A New Jersey family is reportedly demanding an apology from an airline company after they were removed from the flight over a mask dispute involving their toddler. According to Yahoo.com, the family is from Toms River, and they were removed from a Spirit Airlines flight traveling from Orlando to Atlantic City because their daughter was eating on the flight without a mask on. A video posted by The Lakewood Scoop shows a fight attendant giving a couple a hard time over their toddler not wearing a mask while eating. READ MORE: Philadelphia Doctor Who Later Contracted COVID-19 Reflects On First Patients, A Lot Of Fear CHECK THIS OUT: @SpiritAirlines releases statement saying the flight was delayed “due to the adults in a party not complying with the federal mask requirement.” This video clearly shows the flight attendant stating the issue was with the 2-year-old child. pic.twitter.com/WCeh84rlGq — The Lakewood Scoop (@LakewoodScoop) April 5, 2021 Spirits Airlines face covering policy states: “Face coverings must be worn while at the airport, on the jet bridge, and...
    NEWARK, New Jersey -- A man has been arrested and charged with assaulting two passengers on a flight from New Jersey to Florida last week.Authorities said United Flight 728 took off shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday from Newark Liberty International Airport bound for Miami.About 50 minutes into the flight, John Yurkovich went to the rear of the aircraft and acted erratically upon return, yelling and demanding water before taking a pill, a passenger told authorities.Authorities said Yurkovich was found to have about 2 grams of methamphetamine and is also facing a state drug charge.RELATED | Maskless, boozing JetBlue passenger on JFK Airport flight faces $14,500 fineEMBED More News Videos An airline passenger could wind up paying $14,500 for refusing to wear a face mask and drinking alcohol that he had brought on board. According to the criminal complaint filed by FBI Special Agent Joseph Hamski of Charleston, to which city the flight was diverted, the passenger said Yurkovich backed into him, and when he tried to keep Yurkovich from falling onto him, the other man became enraged.The passenger said the...
    John Yurkovich Jr. (in mug), 45, had to be subdued with a shot of Benadryl by other passengers after he allegedly bit a man's ear and punched him in the face on a United Airlines flight to Miami A New Jersey man, 45, had to be subdued with a shot of Benadryl by other passengers after he allegedly bit a man's ear and punched him in the face on a United Airlines flight to Miami. John Yurkovich Jr. was arrested Wednesday morning when the flight crew diverted the plane to land in Charleston, South Carolina, following the alleged attack on board Flight 728.  Yurkovich, who authorities said was found to be carrying 1.5 grams of suspected meth, reportedly flipped out during the flight from Newark, New Jersey to Miami, Florida, pulling off his mask before assaulting a fellow passenger.  Other passengers were forced to step in to restrain the 45-year-old, tying him up with zip ties and a belt, while a doctor traveling on the flight sedated him with the drug.   Charleston County Aviation Authority Police said the drama unfolded after Yurkovich...
    A gym owner in New Jersey has been banned from flying on American Airlines after refusing to wear a face covering on one of their flights. Ian Smith, 33, previously defied lockdown by opening Atilis Gym back up to the public in May last year. Now, he has been banned from all American Airlines flights until face coverings are 'no longer required' after he refused to wear one on his trip back from the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday. The co-gym owner posted an email he received from American Airlines on his Instagram account, informing him he would not be allowed to fly with them again for the foreseeable future.  Gym owner Ian Smith, 33, (pictured soeaking to supporters outside his gym on May 19, 2020) from New Jersey has been banned from flying on American Airlines after refusing to wear a face covering on one of their flights. The co-gym owner posted an email (pictured) he received from American Airlines on his Instagram account, informing him he would not be allowed to fly with them again for...
    A passenger on a flight from Florida to New Jersey let off a can of pepper spray shortly before take off, leaving travelers with burning throats and causing a delay. United Airlines Flight 1061 was taxiing and preparing to depart Fort Myers on Monday when several passengers began coughing. A man said he had accidentally hit a tiny can of pepper spray that he was carrying on his keychain, Fox News reported.  The spray, which is legal in all 50 states but not allowed to be carried on aircraft, had been missed by Transport Security Administration (TSA) agents. Joseph Grande, a fellow passenger on the plane, told Fox 4 that he could feel his throat burning. A passenger on a flight from Florida to New Jersey let off a can of pepper spray shortly before take off, leaving travelers with burning throats and causing a delay [Stock photo] 'Everybody started coughing, and during COVID everybody starts looking around,' he told the TV station, adding that he instinctively 'grabbed' his mask. Distressed passengers were given the option to disembark but could...
    More On: united airlines Passenger who died after collapsing on crowded plane had COVID-19 United passengers gave dying man CPR despite COVID-19 risk Man collapses mid-flight from what officials think was COVID-19 ‘Get off this plane’: Family tossed off flight after toddler mask fiasco United Airlines will require all flyers coming from the United Kingdom to test negative for COVID-19 before their trip, the carrier announced Thursday. Beginning Monday, passengers over the age of 5 originating in the UK will have to receive a negative test results within 72 hours before departure, the company said in a statement. United operates flights out of Heathrow to Chicago, Washington Dulles, San Francisco and Newark, New Jersey. The requirement does not apply to passengers with layovers at Heathrow who do not exit the airport. United joins British Airways, Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic in requiring negative tests for UK flyers as that country grapples with a highly contagious new coronavirus mutation that has shut down London. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday echoed concerns expressed by his New York counterpart Gov. Andrew Cuomo the...
    DENVER, Colorado (WABC) -- A couple and their 2-year-old were kicked off a United Airlines flight Saturday after the child refused to wear a mask.The incident happened on the plane set to take off from Denver into New Jersey's Newark International Airport."Today, we were asked to leave the plane after it had rolled out, and they had to bring it back to the gate, because our 2 year old daughter would not "comply" and keep her mask on," passenger Eliz Orban said on Instagram. "And what blows my mind even more is that the WHO recommends against face masks for kids under the age of 5. AGAINST. And this decision was "based on expert opinion on childhood developmental milestones, challenges with mask compliance, and the autonomy required to wear a mask properly."Video shows the couple trying to put on their daughter's mask multiple times without any success. The couple also attempted to cover her face with the mask, but United Airlines did not allow it.United Airlines released a statement on the incident."The health and safety of our employees and customers...
    A young mother says she and her husband were kicked off a United Airlines flight because their two-year-old daughter refused to wear a mask. Eliz Orban was in tears during a video she shared Friday on Instagram showing herself in the airport along with her husband and daughter, Edeline, after getting off the plane.  'We just got kicked off a flight because our two-year-old would not put on a mask,' Orban, who was flying with her family from Colorado to Newark, New Jersey, said.  'And we're banned off United forever because a two-year-old would not put on a mask,' Orban added.  The Instagram clip then showed Orban and her husband trying to put the mask on their daughter's face.  But Edeline is seen visibly upset and refusing to put the mask on.  At one point, a gate agent comes aboard the plane, walks over to the family's seats and asks them to leave.  Eliz Orban (left) was in tears during a video she shared on Instagram showing herself in the airport along with her husband and daughter, Edeline, after...
    Illusionist and performer David Blaine has postponed his latest stunt in which he planned to float over the Hudson River from New Jersey to New York City held up by nothing but a cluster of helium balloons. Blaine, 47, announced Sunday he nixed his performance, previously scheduled for Monday, due to unfavorable weather and wind conditions. Instead will perform the complex project 'Ascenion' more than 2,000 miles away in Arizona. Now depending on weather Blaine will lift off on either September 1 of 2 and the stunt will be livestreamed on YouTube. In the daring stunt Blaine will float some 18,000 feet, or nearly 3.5 miles, into the sky lifted by 52 helium-filled weather balloons.   Illusionist and performer David Blaine has postponed his latest stunt in which he planned to float over the Hudson River from New Jersey to New York City held up by nothing but a cluster of helium balloons on Monday, he announced on his YouTube page Sunday In his new complex project 'Ascension' he will fly into the sky holding onto a cluster of...
    NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- A passenger's remarks about a bomb on board a plane led to a United Airlines flight greeted by emergency vehicles after it landed at Newark Liberty Airport.Flight 2304 from Los Angeles landed safely just after 4:30 on Sunday afternoon.The airline says the passenger suffered a medical emergency. In an announcement to passengers, the pilot said the passenger, while hallucinating, claimed there was a bomb on board.RELATED: TSA busts assault rifle, ammo hidden in suitcaseAll bags were removed from the plane and were inspected on the tarmac.RELATED: Newark Airport safety measures will see significant changesThe passenger who made the remark was taken to the hospital.----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New Jersey news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube
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