18 Burst results for "Cape Cod Bay"

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Don't get around Cape Cod. And so they get further down into Cape Cod Bay, and the water keeps cooling and then because they're cold blooded as that water is cooling, they become lethargic. They begin losing mobility swimming. They eventually stop, Stop swimming and stop eating, and they're just Basically floating around out there and especially early in the season. A lot of them are alive and So onshore wind into Cape Cod Bay. So the these are the waters north of Cape Cod. Um Winds blowing onto shore start bringing them in. And This is an annual event that happens and it started for us two years ago, and we are whole Cold Stone Rescue retrieval project was started by Bob Prescott Thie Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary director emeritus now, but he still heads up the eternal program. And he started this about 35 years ago. And so we have Ah, wonderful group of trained volunteers. Ready to be deployed to specific beaches, day and night. That they know those beaches well, and so depending on the winds, the strength of the wind, the direction of the wind and the duration, too. How long it's been blowing in one direction. We send volunteers to certain beaches at certain times, depending on the tides, and they begin looking for them. So then what do you do when you find your little turtles? How do you really have them?.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Over the past couple of hours it looks like for the most part it's all up to see right now through Boston Harbor getting out of Cape Cod bay of both the vineyard and Nantucket seeing some thunderstorms right down again give me a few minutes now should start to make their way out to sea as well the rest of us just some clouds and for the rest of the night we will still be dealing with this wind out there it's gonna be pretty chilling to know about thirty three realfeel temperatures though in the twenties tomorrow still plus three and still chilly hi just about fifteen it'll feel like the thirties that winds up to about forty five fifty miles an hour time so if you've got trashed tomorrow night clear less wind low in the thirties rain coming back on Thursday night this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop unical sunset shaping up right now in Boston dark clouds all around the city were at forty one degrees at seven fifteen good evening I'm Nicole Davis great to be with you tonight the five things you need to know president trump says he's putting a sixty day policy on green cards for immigrants seeking permanent residency thank you'll probably signed that order tomorrow ointment among teachers and students alike governor Baker announces schools here in Massachusetts will not re open this year the focus instead on remote learning brown university in Rhode Island says opening up seven hundred dorm rooms to house health care workers pretty famous big dog in Haverhill gets its own nineteen New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the idea of the regional we opening up the economy there.

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Boston - Increased Sightings Of Endangered Right Whales Reported Along Massachusetts Coast

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Boston - Increased Sightings Of Endangered Right Whales Reported Along Massachusetts Coast

"The north Atlantic right whales are coming back the endangered mammals have begun their annual migration to New England waters every spring they congregate in Cape Cod bay feeding our rich plumes of zooplankton officials say with the new Indian affairs said that the sightings off the coast of Massachusetts have increased in recent days there are only thought to be about four hundred of those north Atlantic right whales in the

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNSS

"Design in Hyannis also says fear of shark attacks is a factor their business up twenty percent the most shark sightings at spots like Chatham Cape Cod bay in Truro Therese Crowley fox news the heat and humidity will persist again this afternoon and tomorrow but we finally see a break coming toward the end of the weekend close to one hundred this afternoon it'll be clear windy tonight down to seventy seven an excessive heat warning continues to get on Saturday ninety nine are high with a few storms early Sunday not as hot and eighty nine im Kay and assess media while the stand holiday currently in which it's all we have a wind out of the south gusting up to twenty seven miles per hour it is ninety eight degrees ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. N. S. S. news I'm Ted Woodward dear there where kids around these four people I think they're going to have a very tough election you know if you ask anybody in walking on the side of the street somewhere in the middle of the world they will tell you America the great but we don't.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Rock of the eighties on radio dot com naturally. Every year with warming temperatures sea turtles get lured further and further north in the eastern seaboard on their journey home. Some of those turtles get washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod on Jim Netzer. Then this is the pulse of the planet. The colder it gets to lower their metabolism function becomes and eventually they can't feed themselves or swim. And that's where may start coming in and large number Paul and Beth Dixon are among the roughly two hundred volunteers who every fall and winter help rescue stranded turtles on Cape Cod because they are turtles that live in warm water. And so in the summertime they move north and might be feeding as far north main. When the weather starts changing and the water gets colder the turtle start migrating down. There are turtles that feed in the Cape Cod bay all summer long, and then they're joined by turtles that might be migrating down from further north like main, and they get into the arm of the Cape, which is shaped like an arm what the hand sticking out when it's getting cold. They're moving south, but the Irma the Cape stops their migration. So a smart. Turtle might move its way backed up and out the Cape navigate its way into the Atlantic can go further south a lot of turtles get stuck in the arm of the Cape. And they can't get out. It's cold. And so they're pretty stuck. We make ourselves available. When the weather turns and the water temperature drops and turtles start washing up on the beach the rescue people thought. Well, contact volunteer.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Temperatures sea turtles get lured further and further north in the eastern seaboard on their journey home. Some of those turtles get washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod on Jim Netzer. And this is the pulse of the planet. The colder it kept to lower their metabolism function becomes and eventually they can't feed themselves or swim. And that's where may start coming in and large number Paul Dickson are among the roughly two hundred volunteers who every fall and winter help rescue stranded turtles on Cape Cod. Bitch because they are turtles that live in warm water. And so in the summertime they move north and might be feeding as far north main. When the weather starts changing and the water gets colder the turtles start migrating down. There are turtles that feed in the Cape Cod bay all summer long, and then they're joined by turtles that might be migrating down from further north like main, and they get into the arm of the Cape, which is shaped like an arm sticking out when it's getting cold. They're moving south, but the Cape stops there migraine, so a smart girl. My move its way backed up and how the Cape navigate its way into the Atlantic and go further south a lotta turtles get stuck in the arm of the Cape. And they can't get out. It's cold. And so they're pretty stuck. We make ourselves available. When the weather turns. And the water temperature drops and turtles start washing on the beach the rescue people thought, well, contact volunteer walkers when they expect turtles to come and be.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Naturally. Every year with warming sea temperatures sea turtles get lured further and further north in the eastern seaboard on their journey home. Some of those turtles get washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod. I'm Jim nature, and this is the pulse of the planet. The colder it gets to lower their metabolism function becomes and eventually they can't feed themselves or swim. And that's where may start coming in and large number Paul and Beth Dixon are among the roughly two hundred volunteers who every fall and winter help rescue stranded turtles on Cape Cod debut because they are turtles that live in warm water. And so in the summertime they move north and might be feeding as far north main. When the weather starts changing and the water gets colder the turtles start migrating down. There are turtles that feed in the Cape Cod bay all summer long. And then they're joined by turtles that might be migrating down from further north like Maine, and they get into the arm of the Cape, which is shaped like an arm what the hand sticking out. When it's getting cold. They're moving south, but the Irma the Cape stops their migration. So a smart girl. My move its way backed up and out the Cape navigate its way into the Atlantic and go further south a lot of turtles get stuck in the arm of the Cape. And they can't get out. It's cold. And so they're pretty stuck. We make ourselves available. When the weather turns and the water temperature drops and turtles start washing up on the beach direct Q people of will.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Every year with warming seat. Temperatures sea turtles get lured further and further north in the eastern seaboard on their journey home. Some of those turtles get washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod. I'm Jim Michener. And this is the pulse of the planet. The colder it gets to lower their metabolism function becomes and eventually they can't feed themselves or swim. And that's when I start coming in and large number, Paul and Beth Dixon are among the roughly two hundred volunteers who have reformed in winter help rescue stranded turtles on Cape Cod debut because they are turtles that live in warm water. And so in the summertime they move north and might be feeding as far north main. When the weather starts changing and the water gets colder the turtle start migrating down. There are turtles that feed in the Cape Cod bay all summer long, and then they're joined by turtles that might be migrating down from further north like Maine, and they get into the arm of the Cape, which is shaped like an arm with the hand sticking out when it's getting cold, they're moving cells, but the arm of the Cape stops their migration. So a smart girl. My move its way backed up and out the Cape navigate its way into the can go further south L auditors get stuck in the arm of the Cape. And they can't get out. It's cold. And so they're pretty stuck. We make ourselves available. When the weather turns and the water temperature drops and turtles start washing up on the beach, the rescue people thought of on will contact volunteer walkers when they expect. Hurdles to come and be walk on the high tide and see what? More about rescuing turtles and future programs. I'm Jim Mitzner. This is the pulse of the planet Canucks time for traffic.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"An agent today. Every year with warming temperatures sea turtles get lured further and further north in the eastern seaboard on their journey home. Some of those turtles get washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod. I'm Jim Michener. And this is the pulse of the planet. The colder it gets to lower their metabolism function becomes and eventually they can't feed themselves or swim. And that's where my start coming in large number. Paul and Beth Dixon are among the roughly two hundred volunteers who every fall and winter help rescue stranded turtles on Cape Cod debut because they are turtles that live in warm water. And so in the summertime they move north and might be feeding as far north as main. When the weather starts changing and the water gets colder the turtle start migrating down. There are turtles that feed in the Cape Cod bay all summer long, and then they're joined by turtles that might be migrating down from further north like Maine, and they get into the arm of the Cape, which is shaped like an arm what the hand sticking out when it's getting cold. They're moving cells, but the Irma the Cape stops their migration. So a smart girl might move its way backed up out the Cape and navigate its way into the Atlantic. And go further south a lot of turtles get stuck in the arm of the Cape. And they can't get out it's cold. And so they're pretty stuck. We make ourselves available. When the weather turns and the water temperature drops and turtles start washing up on the beach direct skew people thought of on well, contact volunteer walkers when they expect turtle. To come and.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dave. Cloudy, breezy and sticky tonight. We'll see Sabrina through the evening hours and entering the early warning leftover showers, some spots, even a thunder shower temperature's will be climbing into the upper sixties by daybreak and it's humid day tomorrow warmer. So a lot of clouds and even a shower thunderstorm around with a high of eighty one night, warm, and humid spotty shower. Thunderstorm below is sixty eight and it's the same story on Wednesday, still mostly cloudy, and humid shower thunderstorm likely with a high seventy seven and Thursday, plenty of clouds and sticky, high seventy eight I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty cool today. Cool cloudy and damp, sixty six in Boston, light rain, and we did just get a coastal flood advisory from the national weather service. Four tonight starting at eleven o'clock until two AM for the overnight hours. Why do you care you'll be sleeping because around high tide this evening between those hours eleven p? AM in two AM. The wave action is going to be so intense that surf is going to be up it's likely going to cause some wash over onto coastal roadways right around the time of high tide. We can't expect some minor flooding of low-lying coastal sections in Cape Cod bay, especially and we could see some coastal roads that could be flooded, for example, Dantesque it adds that road right along the beach there tends to get flooded as well. So we'll be watching it for you again. Whether every ten minutes when we check traffic and weather together and a lot more coming up next with Jeff Brown Rosaria restaurant in Saugus would be delighted to help plan your next event with a huge function room and breathtaking outdoor patio. Rosaria restaurant is the perfect venue for twenty guests or even two hundred Brazilian restaurant right off route one in Saugus above J, Paci and son..

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stretches across eight states or midland oregon california and now the national transfer historic preservation is pushing for the socalled mother wrote to the designated as a national historic trail spokesperson for the national nonprofit amy webb interesting route sixty six is really only gotten stronger and stronger in terms of domestic travellers and also international travelers it's actually incredibly popular with international travelers they're currently nineteen designated national historic trails stephan kaufman cbs news wbz news time seven twenty one he was reeling in a nice striper but a shark had other ideas wbz's doug cope explains what we are dealing with here is a perfect an eating machine a big surprise for a fisherman in cape cod bay off oran orleans the cape cod times reports a customer on a charter boat had a striped bass on the line and was really a man what a great white shark came along and decided to striper would make a good lunch in fact he came back three times to finish off the meal visual monreale in only the stripers had charter boat captain says it's his third shark sighting of the year doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty four people were hurt one critically after a medical helicopter crashed in a grassy area of chicago had happened last night at around nine fifteen on the south side of the city authorities say the pilot issued a mayday call before the crash what caused it is still not known officials also have not yet determined where the flight originated and where it was headed we have a critical weather alert to report arms cause.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz news time three thirty nine it's a whale of a problem for lobster crews for the past few years they've been taking a three month break between february first and april thirtieth to cut down on the number of whales that get caught up in their nets but last week the state's division of marine fisheries announced most of cape cod bay will remain closed to traps pots this is because some one hundred endangered right whales were seen in western cape cod bay john heavens the president of the south shore lobster fishermen's association and he says everything's now been put on hold drops after me for being traps after me six concurrently the thing we could stop being traps after may fifteenth so i don't know when we can start making trump says he's frustrated because despite the efforts of fishermen the number of whale treatments has actually gone up over the years the supreme judicial court says mit is not responsible for the suicide of a former student but as we hear from wbz's carl stevens this ruling does not set a precedent state supreme court ruled that mit is not liable for the two thousand nine suicide of a grad student they left the door open for a college being held liable when a student commit suicide the court ruled that mit is not liable in this particular case because the student had never communicated to any mit employees that he had plans or intentions to commit suicide the court also point saudi lived off campus but all massachusetts universities were likely paying attention to the fact that the court did rule universities may have a duty to take reasonable measures to prevent suicide.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Northern right well at reasons to sound mournful their lonely though it's been illegal to hunt them since 1930 five the numbers of this favorite target of the winning industry are down to about four hundred fifty and moving ever closer to extinction the warming ocean has prompted them recently to move north from their usual center feeding grounds in the gulf of maine in the canada's gulf of st lawrence canada has fewer rules protecting them from ship strikes sent some eighteen of these rare giant died this past season alone and now comes a report that this already critically endangered population has produced no new caps in the past year to learn more living under steady doering spoke with regina s mutis sylvia of the nonprofit whale and dolphin conservation so regina as made a soviet why do we think that there have been no right well births this year off the coast of the us sir right whales earn intensely studied species because they are so critically manger to there're number dedicated surveys that happened in what has been their dedicated calving area and there haven't been there have been very few wales were shown up their none with cavs and there's also intensive surveys are happening in cape cod bay which is a another winter early spring habitat for them and there's been no calves cited in that area is well how unusual it's unprecedented we've never ever ever had a year we didn't have a single calf born to the population in how many wales are in the population as a whole probably between four hundred thirty and four hundred and fifty it best but i understand like not a lot of those are females rate now said that unfortunately because of human impacts the population impacts have been more harmful to females at this point so there's probably only about one hundred breeding females left why is that why at the female suffering more we always do we could question i mean i think i think that they tend to be more coastal oftentimes they tend to spend a lot more time at the surface particularly if they're having calves so there in areas where.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To be mild temperatures up in the upper 40s low 50s tonight mainly clear partly cloudy late the low thirty five to forty degrees and then even milder tomorrow son some clouds mixing in high getting up to near 60 cooler thursday with clouds and a breeze the high fifty and then a putin coastal storm a nor'easter primarily rain than maybe ending of some so especially inland areas it's centered on thursday night into friday you're going to want to stay tuned as we keep you up to date on this pending storm i'm accuweather meteorologist eat aboard wbz newsradio 1030 nenets 48 degrees now under sunny skies in boston at 1215 bad news for efforts to save endangered right whales from extinction scientists say more than sixty of them were spotted in a recent aerial survey of cape cod bay where they come to feed at this time every year but none of them were babies only about four hundred fifty right whales are known to exist but scott krause vice president of the new england aquarium tells wbz radio he remains optimistic i think of the animals will recover they'll figure it out on their own out i get fat enough to have babies what we have to do is make sure we don't kill off too many of them before that happens and that might be id you know they might be a decade or so another aerial survey surveys planned for today and coming up the latest on flooding in the nation's midsection pillow beautiful mind amy eric founder and ceo madison marine accompanied that's revolutionizing the way women colored their air a company i named after my daughter for decades women have had two options outdated ask onto your color were the time inexpensive a salon i created madison read because i believe women deserve better than the status quo madison read is the ultimate here color the quality of a salon the.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston while that data is end now on a possible cancer causing chemical found in the water supply in one rural new hampshire town they say health department says cancer incidence amiram mac new hampshire were no higher than the rest of the state the report was done after health concerns were brought up in the town about low levels of the chemical p f o a that's found in the water supply no elevated cancer rate was found the department says it will continue to monitor very closely federal officials are asking very large commercial fishing vessels to slow down after nearly two dozen north atlantic right whales were spotted in the waters off nantucket noah issue on issued is asking mariners to go around the area or to pass through it at ten knots or less the request remains in effect through february fifth mandatory speed restrictions are also in effect on cape cod bay through may 15th wbz news time is six thirty six a latest in business is coming up next for you in about two minutes hey dan whose at dentistry go to practices oral conscious sedation oh yeah you're thinking about the doctor mark are turner of taunton i've got such high anxiety about having dental work done and i love the idea of not feeling anything or remembering i was there before i started seeing a my use dipped to go to my old dentist all the time multiple painful visits now with dr turner most procedures all i take one trip in my anxiety is gone do you know if he does dental implants aebischer does i lost a tooth and a her that in implant would be an excellent way to replace it he did a few dental implants for my brother and he used his new sarik machine he finished at one visit the work the takes other dentists multiple visits to do that you should call dr mark are turner for an appointment for more information about oral conscious sedation and dental implants call dr mark turner of taunted 508 eight two two.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Old bound winter will ring in the new year i'm carmen roberts fox news it's so cold and much of the us even sharks are freezing to death those planning to be outside for new year's eve and warm shelter may be an order you really need to bundle up these temperatures already fridge in it it's only going to get colder here's some the colder spots across the country right now is you're looking at negative ten degrees down the negative twenty degrees at a couple of spots you add in the windshield this is your feels like temperature it gets even colder yet and suddenly you're looking at spots in the negative 20s too negative 30's and in some cases even pushing negative forty degrees at this point it is incredibly cold out there that is all going to eventually shift its wait a little farther up to the east so more folks can expect colder temperatures as we get into new year's eve tomorrow night and then running away to new year's day fox meteorologist adam clots in massachusetts at least two sharks likely suffering from cold shock washed ashore this week in cape cod bay new year's eve revellers in new york's times square will face lows around ten degrees wind chill of two below but police are determined the celebrations won't be marred by violence they ramped up security with extra officers dogs and barricades police in philadelphia doing much the same for the first time officials disclosed the police will use a drone to patrol the skies over the parade route on new year's day with pictures being streamed live to a police command post they're very good for large events you did an overhead bureau in the whole event of something happened you can zoom in on exactly what the problem is a thing as good as a safe way to keep everybody you know cover key berry buddy safe police say they will use large dumped trucks in trash trucks at all intersections along broad street the protect parade participants.

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"cape cod bay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod bay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Old man winter will bring in the new year i'm carmen roberts fox news it's so cold and much of the us even sharks are freezing to death those planning to be outside for new year's eve and warm shelter may be an order be really need the bundle up these temperature's already fridge in it's only going to get colder here's on the colder spots across the country right now is you're looking up negative ten degrees down to negative twenty degrees in a couple of spots you add in the windshield this is your feels like temperature it gets even colder yet and suddenly you're looking at spots in the negative 20s too negative 30's it in some cases even pushing negative forty degrees at this point it is incredibly cold out there that is all going to eventually shift is wait a little farther off to the east so more folks can expect colder temperatures as we get into new year's eve tomorrow night and then run you it to new year's day fox meteorologist adam cloth in massachusetts at least two sharks likely suffering from cold shock washed ashore this week in cape cod bay new year's eve revellers in new york's times square will face lows around ten degrees wind chill of two below but police are determined the celebrations won't be marred by violence they've ramped up security with extra officers dogs and barricades police in philadelphia doing much the same for the first time official disclosed the police will use a drone to patrol the skies over the parade route on new year's day with pictures being streamed live to a police command post they're very good for large events who did an overhead near the whole event if something happens you can zoom in on exactly what the problem is a thing as good as a safe way to keep everybody you cover hebrew buddy safe police say they will use large dump trucks and trash trucks at all intersections along broad street the protect parade participants and the.

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