Salsa Great Cheo Feliciano Dies in Car Crash at 78 – ABC News
2011 AFP Updated 2014-04-21 15:01:21 BRIDGETOWN, Barbados: West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach escaped serious injury when his BMW flipped over several times on a rain-lashed Bridgetown road, local media reported Sunday. The 25-year-old suffered a head injury and was taken to hospital, the Barbados Today online newspaper claimed. But Roach insisted he had not been seriously hurt. Sorry To Scare My Friends, Family And Fans But I’m Straight! Thanks For The Love! #BlessUp, he wrote on Twitter. Roach has played 23 Tests and 61 one-day internationals but has not featured for the West Indies in nearly a year.
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The crash was reported just before 11 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of McBride Lane and Terry Lane in a residential area in the northwest part of the city, near Coddington Mall. Two vehicles were involved but there were no injuries, according to an officer with Santa Rosa Police . The crash brought three lines down and caused an outage for 5,845 customers, according to PG&E spokesman J.D. Guidi . By 12:25 more than half the power was restored; by 3 p.m. just 352 customers were without power, Guidi said. All power was expected to be restored by late evening.
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Feliciano’s father struggled to find work as a carpenter, and his family moved to New York when Feliciano was a teenager. Shortly after arriving, Feliciano joined a local band as a percussionist and became friends with music giants including Tito Puente. On Oct. 5, 1957, Feliciano married Prieto, a Puerto Rican dancer, and that night, gave his first concert as a singer with the Joe Cuba band. A decade later, he left the band and then collaborated with Eddie Palmieri on his album, “Champagne,” but succumbed to heroin addiction shortly afterward and withdrew from the spotlight for nearly three years. He returned to his native Puerto Rico for rehab, became a staunch anti-drug spokesman and joined the Fania All Stars in 1972. That same year, he released “Cheo,” a solo album that is considered one of his best. In the mid-1980s, he launched his own production company called Coche Records and produced five albums. To celebrate his 50 years as a musician, he performed in New York’s Madison Square Garden in 2008, singing alongside Palmieri and others including Papo Lucca and Ismael Miranda. Feliciano had been hospitalized last year for pneumonia and was fighting cancer.
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