7 people were killed and another 22 injured after a motorcyclist crashed into a truck near I-94 and I-40 on Sunday.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the truck driver was a passenger in the vehicle.
The driver was not injured.
A preliminary investigation showed the driver was driving at a speed of between 40 and 60 kilometres per hour when the collision happened around 5:45pm local time, NHTSA said.
The accident occurred near the junction of the Hwy 99 and the Housatonic Expressway in the town of Galt.
The driver was identified as Anil Kumar, a resident of Housatsa.
He was reportedly travelling on the expressway near I.T.C. office.
The crash killed seven people, including the driver, Nhota Samar, NIA said in a statement.
The injured included five women and two children, NHP said.
The accident was the fifth such road traffic accident in India this year, Nhatu said.
Android 11 is a major update to the operating system that brings a whole new set of features and fixes.
As the name suggests, Android 11 also includes an Android 11 Oreo update, which is a small update that brings many of the core features to the OS.
The new Oreo features include improved performance, more performance for apps and games, and a revamped app store.
You can find out what to expect from Android 11 by following the below steps.1.
Go to Settings > About phone > System update and install the update.2.
Go back to the app drawer and tap on the update icon.3.
Tap on the Install Now button and follow the prompts.4.
Wait for the update to install and start using your device.
The update should be available in the Play Store and Google Play, and you can also download it directly from the Google Play website.
If you’re on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the update is available for download.
Android is going to get an update to 11.0.2, a new version of the operating system that includes Google’s Play Services and the latest version of Android security patches.
The news comes on the heels of the Android 10.1.1 update to the Android platform, which has been rolling out since March.
As of March 10, we’ll have to wait for the next major Android update to get a good look at the Android 11.
However, Google’s announcement has yet to mention any further details about when the update will be available, or how long it will take to get to us.
So, for now, it’s just speculation at this point.
Google is already planning to update Android 11 to the latest security patches for the foreseeable future, and while it’s not likely to go into full beta until later in the year, the latest news is another hint of that.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment, and will update this article with any response.
Update: Google has released the following statement about Android 11: Android 11 will go out to devices this fall, and we will keep you updated.