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The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office on Monday identified the pilot who died in a plane crash in Jefferson County on April 3.

Lelon Lewis, 66, was flying a single-engine Magnus Fusion 212 before crashing in rough terrain. The cause of death is unknown, according to the coroner’s office.

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The San Diego Padres have avoided a major disaster with Fernando Tatis Jr., but will still be without their star shortstop for a minimum of 10 days due to a "slight labrum tear" in his left shoulder.

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An examination revealed some damage to the shoulder, but Preller said there was no inflammation, and Tatis' bone structure and rotator cuff looked good.

The Padres will put Tatis on the injured list "to be safe," Preller said, but expect him to return to action after the minimum of 10 days.

Preller said Tatis will rest and rehab his shoulder while on the IL, but doctors don't believe there is any significant risk of re-injury once he's ready to return.This offseason, the Padres signed Tatis, 22, to a 14-year, $340 million contract — with the expectation of having an MVP-caliber shortstop and charismatic talent as the face of the franchise. 

India reports 96,982 new coronavirus cases

People sit on the promenade at Marine Drive, amidst the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mumbai, India, April 5, 2021. REUTERS/Niharika Kulkarni

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India reported 96,982 new coronavirus infections overnight, taking the overall tally of cases to 12.7 million, data from health ministry showed on Tuesday.

The country reported 446 deaths, taking the total to 165,547, data showed.

India’s caseload is the third-highest globally behind the United States and Brazil.