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James Minish

Executive Vice President of Facilities

New Jersey Sports

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stadium management | PanStadia & Arena Management

www.psam.uk.com [cached]

Jim Minish, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, was elected to serve a 3-year term as a Stadium Manager Director.


Stadium Managers Association

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Jim Minish, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, was elected to serve a three-year term as a Stadium Manager Director.


www.sky2space.com

James Minish, executive vice-president of facilities for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates the stadium, said one of the injured fans appeared to have a fractured leg, while others had scrapes and bruises.Two fans apparently suffered more serious leg injuries, Minish said, but he did not have further details.The injured were taken to Hackensack University Medical Center, where they were still being treated Sunday.A hospital spokeswoman declined to provide details about their conditions."The elevator apparently started running fast" Minish said, adding that all of the stadium's escalators were turned off after the incident.Only the upper-tier escalators at Gate A would not be in operation for Sunday's game there between the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs, Minish said.


www.theguardian.pe.ca

James Minish, executive vice-president of facilities for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates the stadium, said one of the injured fans appeared to have a fractured leg, while others had scrapes and bruises. Two fans apparently suffered more serious leg injuries, Minish said, but he did not have further details. The injured were taken to Hackensack University Medical Center, where they were still being treated Sunday.A hospital spokeswoman declined to provide details about their conditions. "The elevator apparently started running fast" Minish said, adding that all of the stadium's escalators were turned off after the incident. Only the upper-tier escalators at Gate A would not be in operation for Sunday's game there between the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs, Minish said.


www.kmox.com

James Minish, executive vice president of facilities for the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, which operates the stadium, said one person appeared to have a fractured leg, while two others had scrapes and bruises.Two more fans were apparently more seriously injured, but Minish did not have further details on their condition."The elevator apparently started running fast" Minish said.He said the incident would be thoroughly investigated, and the escalators "would not be used for a while."All the stadium's escalators were turned off after the incident and will not be used Sunday for the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs game.(Copyright 2007 The Associated Press.All Rights Reserved.)


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