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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"On fire gaby rodriguez and her co host semi gaza interviewed nobel prize winning scientists michael man about decades of climate. Change this information. That's been fueled by special interest groups fossil fuel companies and politicians. It's an incredible interview and it's up now so go follow rate and review the show. Now listen there's a couple of podcasts out there called house on fire so don't accept any substitutes be sure you're listening to the first the original the true house on fire the one with the white background that's brought to you. By the cleo institute you can also find the right house on fire podcasts. On cleo's website at cleo institute dot work only accept the best. Go find house on fire. By the cleo institute wherever you listen to podcasts All right welcome. Sue another episode of piecing it together. The podcasts where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and it is finally time to take on the movie that i've been looking for two more than any other movie. Maybe ever in my life honestly we are talking about god zillah versus kong. You guys know. I'm a big king kong fan. We just recently did a breaking it apart episode on the original one thousand nine hundred eighty three king kong which also happened to be the last movie. I got to see in a theater. Before the whole cove. Pandemic shut everything down saw on march fifteenth of two thousand twenty as a anniversary screening. Then everything shut down. I did not get to go to the movies for thirteen months. Which is just insane considering. I'm usually at the movies at least once or twice a week. My whole life so Yeah weird year to say the least but my return to the theater. My glorious triumphant. Return to the theater was for godzilla vs kong. There's no better way. It's almost like it was meant to be. And i went and saw godzilla vs kong in dolby. My favorite way to see a movie of course As soon as my vaccine had kicked in say two weeks. I was good. I coulda went soon as i got that vaccine but said wait two weeks after you. Get your second vaccine. And that's what. I did two weeks to the day i was in the theater with my wife with my parents with my wife's brother Couple of friends were with me and we had a blast. It was great this movie rules. I don't care what anybody says in verse con rules and we are going to talk about it joining me for this one. Is joe black who you have heard here on the show before. I did not expect to get him on here for such a big popcorn blockbuster type of movie but I'm happy to have him here. We always have fun. We have joe on the show. So that's coming up here in a second but before we get to do on remind you as always to make sure. Subscribe to piecing it together wherever you listen to podcasts. And over get the follow us on social media at piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces so with all that said. Let's get to the conversation. It's a long one. We have a lot to say. We've got a lot of zilla.

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Podcast hosted by youth climate activists. JP Mahia and Gaby Rodriguez and presented in partnership with the Cleo Institute and Unicorn Fire Radio. We're talking climate change from the frontlines of the crisis Miami with the generation who has the most at stake in their first episode JP and Gabby talked to the CO founder of zero hour. Jamie Margolin about how generation Z. is taking up the mantle for action on global warming what it means for the near future. The first four episodes are up on June fifth with more to come every other week, so be sure to subscribe rate and review now. Meanwhile over on awesome movie year. Jason Harrison Josh Bell are reviewing the year in film nineteen ninety-six including swingers welcome to the dollhouse follow rocket Independence Day in more. They've got some awesome bonus content. They'll be releasing later this month, but you need to subscribe to find out what it is and over on those and Paulo are getting deep into the world of language rights, and how parents can push for better bilingual. Bilingual programs in their communities, so check it out by subscribing today all right. I hope you enjoyed that conversation about southland tales. It was a fun one to do and thanks Joe Black for joining me again on the show. You should go check out his fundraiser that he's got going on right now. For his BLU ray reissues of all of his films I'll put a link in the show notes for that. and. That does it for today you can, of course support the show by following us on social media at Piecing pod. Join our facebook group, popcorn puzzle pieces, or just you know, subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts, you can review us on apple podcasts or Pod Chaser, and we also have the Patriots where you may have already heard this episode, because it's been up for a couple of weeks now. Now since we first recorded it, we usually post the episodes early on there. And then they hit the main feed. So if you're hearing on the main feed, then it's on the main feed, but a Lotta these episodes to go over on the page on, and we are planning on recording a whole bunch of other bonus content for that Patriots soon as well as some special exclusive music stuff that I'm planning on putting. Putting out there soon as well so check out the patriots slash piecing pod to you know, maybe throw some support that way as well and if you're ever interested in joining me for an episode, we've got a lot of movies coming up that we're hoping to cover and always looking for new co hosts, and you know also. We got a lot of episodes on the way by the way we've got a couple of special. Special interview episodes hitting in the next couple of weeks, a couple of other kinds of special episodes special middle of the year countdown kind of thing, even though it's been really weird year, and of course just covering more new movies, some of the stuff that's been hitting streaming and that stuff so lots. Come in your away, so let's close this thing out. This is a long one over our ten minutes already cheese. Let's close this thing over the piece of music as we always do, and I think it's been a while since I played this one. If I've ever played it I probably did at some point, but this was the title track from my last album. My last regular full length album, different kind of dream is called a different kind of dream I. Love this track. It's a weird one and so I think that makes it a good fit for southland tales, so let's close it out with a different kind of dream. This album is available in Itunes spotify wherever you listen to music, and we'll be back with more piecing it together coming up.

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Next five years to not have to subject myself to. No, fun no fun. Hello welcome to the all points West podcast network this queue. June is going to be huge for us. We're starting the month off with the launch of House on fire. A podcast hosted by youth climate activists JP Mahia and Gaby Rodriguez and presented in partnership with the Cleo Institute and Unicorn, fire. Radio we're talking climate change from the frontlines of the crisis Miami with the generation who has the most at stake in their first episode. JP and Gabby talked to the CO founder of zero. Our Jamie Margolin about how generation Z. is taking up the mantle for action global warming what it means for the near future. The first four episodes are up on June fifth with more to come every other week, so be sure to subscribe rate and review now. Meanwhile over on awesome movie year. Jason Harrison Josh Bell are reviewing the year in film, one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety-six, six including swingers welcome to the dollhouse. Follow rocket. Independence Day more. They've got some awesome bonus content. They'll be releasing later this month, but you need to subscribe to find out what it is. And over on today those Monica and Paula are getting deep into the world of language rights, and how parents can push for better bilingual programs in their communities, so check it out by subscribing today. All right so I hope you enjoyed that conversation with Brandon Christianson as always. Thank you so much for listening. Enjoy the show. We would love it if you'd subscribe wherever it is. E listen to podcasts, you can also rate and review us over on apple podcasts or pod chaser. I believe stitchers reviews to now so wherever it is, you listen. If they take reviews, review us may even give us five stars. We'd enjoy that very much and you can. Can also follow us on social media at Piecing pod joined the facebook group, popcorn and puzzle pieces, and make sure to check our back catalogue of episodes. If there is a movie you've seen recently and we talked about it I. Think you'd enjoy our conversations on whatever movies those are. We've done hundred and thirty of these things so far lots of episodes free to go check out. We are always making more re. We aim for one a week, but Ended up doing to a week most times and have to do a week at La. That ever happened to me, but yeah. I tend to make to a week and you know I I enjoy making him I love doing it, and I'm going to continue doing it and. If any of you out there, listening ever join me for one of these things I'm always looking for new co host to join the show we. We like to mix it up. We have back. You know returning co hosts all the time, but I love having new ones on as well so there's a movie coming out now and you think you'd like to do the whole puzzle pieces thing with me. Definitely get in touch. I'd love to love to have you on sometime. So think that does it for today? I'm going to close this thing out with a piece of music like we always do all right I think I'm GonNa go with something off my most recent album beater, original motion picture soundtrack, which if you're not familiar with is the feature length film beater which is coming out later this year that I did the score for it's. It's got all the music from that film. As well as selections from a whole bunch of short films I did with the same director Chris. Johnson and so I'm going to play something from Chris's horror movies to keep in line with this whole Z. Theme, and I'm GonNa, play the track, no escape which was from short film called Daisy and this is on the beater. Picture soundtrack so this is called no escape and we'll be back with more piecing together coming up real soon. And all points West. Prediction produced by David Rosen in Las Vegas..

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Was flown here seven hundred WLW he'll tell you and whether we get impeachment we got Superbowl got lots going on here including this story I want to start with this this morning I don't know why this is but I guess I have a in clings to what the cases as we've talked about in the past and that is the number of pedestrian accidents growing and it's a huge problem handling county you talk about a lot of things in one county but the fact that so many people get hit by cars cars hitting people you may recall about a year and a half ago fifteen year old girl like Gaby Rodriguez says her name and she was crossing here's an Avenue and she got him killed still here it is a year and a half later can't find not only the driver but still can't locate the vehicle and it's about a cold cases you can get in this is been true in a number of pedestrian car accidents and so Cincinnati police has been tasked with coming up with a plan in order to try and make these numbers go down Joe deters has that in front of him the recommendation from C. PD so let me bring any cute hearing centers dot com hot line with an approved Bruce Hough power over it D. three good morning lieutenant how are you slowly I'm good I'm good at it you know this is kind of a maddening thing and we live in a crowded Metropol merry obviously you guys are recommending to the prosecutor's office and Joe deters that a felony charge of aggravated vehicular homicide is appropriate for a case like this how did you come to that the the the I once a solution to this thing but is increasing the penalty for the seriousness of a hit and run involving a pedestrian enough to cause people to stop and talk to the police and and all right to what happened there will be the best actions are terrible I mean most of the time not all the time this is gonna be the loser and when these motor vehicle involved in the accident they have the ability to stop in many times it's not their fault the card all they need to still stop there and then we show up and and and and be the best to just go from there the what happens people get afraid they get here we've seen but they were just there being they would probably find out that he could involve a ticket for a penalty not step in the our investigation completed but when you leave the scene you conduct the complicated and it makes it go on forever never what this pedal can be so severe only to realize state the scene providing information and what not that is the product I know there's some cases lieutenant to where your drive and I I think it may happen and chlorine if years ago but but it does happen it's dark it's night time people are crossing streets Jay walking may be in in you know you just don't see that person there's been times and I've had all of that you know a good least a handful of near misses I think in my life drive around that we all have or somebody's out at night wearing dark clothing and they're walking against traffic and you know by the grace of god I had a close call yeah right before the holidays and somebody over written for to kings island you know there's slight something looking at lights and you look over the somebody walking in dark clothes along the side of the road where there's no no shoulder and you know the corner my son thank god I did because week I I could I'm involved in a fatal or it just makes it here in America my neck stand up but you know you to stop in okay talk to police are there times where someone may hit something in Ghana and might have been an animal squirrels and not know that they actually had a person then later here about on the news and go holy crap I think I may have a person what what happens then well yeah that can't happen but even if you're driving down the road when he struck something you weren't sure what was the topic was an animal or not still to stop and you still need to investigate that the onus is on the driver the motor vehicle to stop and make sure that it was not a person for her work in animal into the animal injured that you need to call the SPCA you need to no worries it's a good lord almighty stayed Bruce it's saying it's not the corona viruses it I don't know I don't know I've been to China okay well yeah currently it's can't well I don't know what you could have damage to your car so you really do need to stop in and make sure that everything came not someone that was here okay that's good now to most people and I didn't know that I was like well maybe was road debris or something like that but right yeah a in and god forbid that happens any of us to but people fully how typically the the I guess the close case numbers on this one the percentage how many these things go on software to a car hitting a pedestrian a large portion I don't have the exact percent but a large portion to go on talk because there's no physical evidence their car leaves there's no witnesses and most of the times it's a fatality you know no one can tell and so a large portion of the bill and salt do you remember a lot of the times that the accident was caused by actions of the tester and so we need to make sure that the pedestrian and the voters are good neighbors in assuring the roadway and understand that if something does happen just really need to stop it what you witness it if you see something tell police yeah that's going to help us solve the case in in that makes sense lieutenant Bruce off power from CPT district three of the show this morning and CPT is rolling out earlier this year encouraging prosecutor Joe deters come a new policy because we just had so many darn pedestrian car accidents and most them as lieutenant says have been hit skip some people aren't hang around for these things they want to make it a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide what is it Kerry by the way what's the penalty for that you're definitely the only so you could definitely do up to your in jail and because the message really get out there that but sure the road equally you must be a good neighbor and and hopefully that penalty scare some folks and realize that a lot of times it's not the fault of the driver they do stay on making a whole lot easier I'm looking at some numbers from the from the of the pedestrian safety coalition of people that studies numbers in in handling county it's like eight of eleven pedestrian fatalities last year were because the fault of the actual the pedestrian and in the city itself in Cincinnati you are it's about seventy percent so they're about the same as a county or the city and I love that go well for both of these are the fault of a a pedestrian because they're young there may be walking in traffic or they're wearing dark clothes at night I've seen that number of times two it's the craziest I don't know why you would do that but people do it it the same time of the both of these are the wrong majority then lieutenant are the fault of the Jay Walker why would we go after the driver I get the feeling I get the leaving the scene that accurate but seems like we should be going after the desperate Martian one well you know there's three things that we like to push up her body at the education the answer in the roadway and force the force and there's not only to the motor vehicle but to the pedestrians and so yeah there should be some consequences to the pedestrian actions the call these questions but the back to my original point when you're involved in an accident and it is a pedestrian a car two cars you have you have to stop because the law required you to stop and provide information so that we can do their job and if you don't do that I was going to be a big problem with it by car and if the pedestrian fault and course the the production could be cited for calling crash what you believe what you believe and it's not the fault of the driver you just made a huge problem for yourself you complicated the court system and you're gonna find yourself possibly jail yeah I I got you that makes a lot of sense you're too Hey one of things I thought of two in the climate in which we now live lieutenant Bruce off bar that is this it if you said okay well seventy percent of pedestrians are causing these accidents and clearly it has to do with what maybe not looking before you cross the street not going across we unfortunately had someone hit the other night that was walking across couple hours over the winter hit in a crosswalk which is horrible in but but you have a lot of people Jay walking you know I drive downtown or I'm not over to your side of town all that much but yeah you people cross the middle street not look both ways and that the car has to stop for them not paying attention whatsoever if you started cracking down on Jay walkers when we have a problem in the county then or in the city of specifically with the issue of profiling and that now you're picking on people and try to get them a ticket and I you're sweating people and you know you're because across the middle the street and it has nothing to do with that it has to do is stop the pedestrian fatalities but I could see someone make a case and say well you guys are just profiling how would you answer that yeah you can see that the people could think that you're taking on the pedestrians and and it really isn't that big of a deal UPS cross the street against the light like give me a ticket but then when I got to go back to this point that the pedestrians have a right to be on the road with just the cars however the dentures cannot leave a point of safety and just walk in the roadway crosswalks are available you're supposed to use them if I'm not available then you have to yield to the car that legally upon the roadway what happened did you see it downtown Cincinnati a lot people to start out in the road thinking cars going to stop and they can't and they are unable to and that's what caused the accident so yeah you can say that folks might think you're picking on start writing some certificates for RG walking you know you have better things to do to get bigger crimes to go to but when these things happen and if it happens to a friend or a loved one the cry is police were are you why weren't you outside the need to protest so you know we got to become a delegate how you handle it I think education in Portsmouth engineering all go hand in hand and up to something really difficult to do that public you pay attention and if you get up in the roadway and hit by a car you you're probably going to lose yeah and.

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tell you whether we get impeachment we got Super Bowl we got lots going on here including this story I want to start with this this morning I don't know why this is but I guess I have a including as to what the case is as we've talked about in the past and that is the number of pedestrian accidents growing and it's a huge problem handling county you talk about a lot of things at him on county but the fact that so many people get hit by cars cars hitting people you may recall about a year and a half ago fifteen year old girl like Gaby Rodriguez is your name and she was crossing here's an Avenue and she got him killed still here it is a year and a half later can't find not only the driver but still can't locate the vehicle and it's about a cold cases you can get in this is been true in a number of pedestrian car accidents and so Cincinnati police has been tasked with coming up with a plan in order to try and make these numbers go down Joe deters has that in front of him the recommendation from C. PDAs so let me bring any cute hearing centers dot com hot line with an approved Bruce Hough power over it D. three good morning lieutenant how are you flooding I'm good I'm good at it you know this is kind of a maddening thing and we live in a crowded metropolitan area obviously you guys are recommending to the prosecutor's office and Joe deters that a felony charge of aggravated vehicular homicide is appropriate for a case like this how did you come to that the the the I once a solution to this thing but is increasing the penalty for the seriousness of a hit and run involving a pedestrian enough to cause people to stop and talk to the police and and all right to what happened there will be a dozen accidents are terrible I mean most of the time not all the time this is gonna be the loser and when these motor vehicle involved in the accident they have a duty to stop in many times it's not their fault other cards fall into the needs to stop there and then we show up and and and and the investigation from there what happens people get afraid they get when they leave the scene but they were just stay at the scene they would probably find out that he could involve a ticket for a penalty not step in it helps the upper Arlington Virginia completed but when you leave the scene you tend not to complicate this and it makes it go on forever never we want this penalty so severe only to realize state the scene provide the information in the war not be as bad as they thought of the I know there's some cases lieutenant to where your drive and I I think it may happen call ready for years ago but but it does happen it's dark it's night time people are crossing streets Jay walking may be in in you know you just don't see that person there's been times and I've had all of that you know a good least a handful of near misses I think in my life drive around that we all have or somebody's out at night wearing dark clothing and they're walking against traffic and you know by the grace of god I had a close call there right before the holidays and somebody over written for to kings island you know there's slight something looking a lights and you look over there somebody walking in dark clothes along the side of the road where there's no no shoulder and you know the corner my son thank god I did because week I I could I'm involved in a fatal or it just makes it here in America my neck stand up but you know you to stop in okay talk to police are there times where someone may hit something in Ghana and might have been an animal squirrels and not know that they actually had a person then later here about on the news and go holy crap I think I'm I had a person what what happens then well yeah that can't happen but even if you're driving down the road when he struck something you weren't sure what was the topic was an animal or a doctor to refer to stop and you still need to investigate that the onus is on the driver the motor vehicle to stop and make sure that it was not a person for her work in animal into the animal injured that you need to call the SPCA you need to no worries it's a it's good good lord almighty Steve Bruce it's a it's not the corona viruses it I don't know I haven't been to China okay well yeah currently it's can I don't know what you could damage your car until you really do need to stop in and make sure that everything came not someone that was here okay that's good now to most people and I didn't know that I was like well maybe was road debris or something like that but right yeah a in in god forbid that happens any of us to it but people flee high I typically the the I guess the close case numbers on this one the percentage how many these things go on software to a car hitting a pedestrian a large portion I don't have the exact percent but a large portion to go on talk because there's no physical evidence their car leaves there's no witnesses and most of the times it's a fatality you know no one can tell and so a large portion of the bill and salt remember a lot of the times the accident is called by actions of pedestrians and so we need to make sure that the pedestrian and a motorist are good neighbors in assuring the roadway and understand that if something does happen we just really need to stop and port you witness it if you see something tell police yeah that's going to help us solve the case I in and that makes sense lieutenant Bruce off power from CPT district three of the show this morning and CPT is rolling out a realistic encouraging prosecutor Joe deters come a new policy because we just had so many darn pedestrian car accidents and most them as lieutenant says have been hit skip some people aren't hang around for these things they want to make it a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide what is it Kerry by the way what's the penalty for that you're definitely the facility so you definitely do up to your in jail and because the message really stood out there that but sure the road equally you must be a good neighbor and and hopefully that penalty will scare some folks and realize that a lot of times it's not the fault of the driver did you stay on making a whole lot easier I'm looking at some numbers from the from the of the pedestrian safety coalition of people that studies numbers in in handling county it's like eight of eleven pedestrian fatalities last year were because the fault of the actual the pedestrian and in the city itself and Centenario are it's about seventy percent so they're about the same as a county or the city and I love that go off the bulk of these are the fault of a a pedestrian because they're young there may be walking in traffic or they're wearing dark clothes at night I've seen that number of times two it's the craziest I don't know why you would do that but people do it it the same time of the both of these are the overall majority then lieutenant are the fault of the Jay Walker why would we go after the driver I get the feeling I get the leaving the scene that aggravated but seems like we should be going after the desperate Martian one well you know there's three things that we like to really push up her body at the education the engineering in the roadway and unfortunate for some pieces because not only to the motor vehicles but to the pedestrians and so yeah there should be some consequences to the pedestrians actions that call these questions but back to my original point when you're involved in an accident and it is a pedestrian a car two cars you have you have to stop because the law required you to stop and provide information so that the police can do their job and if you don't do that I was going to be a big problem with it by a car and it's a pedestrian fault and course the the pedestrian to be cited for causing crash what you believe what you believe and it's not the fault of the driver you just made a huge problem for yourself you complicated the court system and you're gonna find yourself possibly jail yeah I I got you that makes a lot of sensitive Hey one of things I thought of two in the climate in which we now live lieutenant Bruce off bar that is this it if you said okay well seventy percent of pedestrians are causing these accidents and clearly it has to do with what maybe not looking before you cross the street not going to cross we unfortunately have someone hit the other night that was walking across couple times over the winter hit in a crosswalk which is horrible in but but you have a lot of people Jay walking you know I drive downtown or I'm not over to your side of town all that much but yeah I do you people across the middle of street not look both ways and take the car has to stop for them not paying attention whatsoever if you started cracking down on Jay walkers when we have a problem in the county then or the city it specifically with the issue of profiling and that now you're picking on people and try to get them to take it and I you're sweating people and get you know your because across the middle the street and it has nothing to do with that it has to do is stop the pedestrian fatalities but I could see someone make a case and say well you guys are just profiling how would you answer that yeah you can see that the people could think that you're taking on the pedestrians and and it really isn't that big of a deal you know cross the street against the light like give me a ticket but then when I got to go back to this point that the pedestrians have a right to be on the road with just the cars however pedestrians cannot leave a point of safety and just walk in the roadway crosswalks are available you're supposed to use them if not available then you have to yield to the car that legally upon the roadway what happened did you see it downtown Cincinnati a lot people just start out in the road thinking the car's gonna stop and they can't and they are unable to and that's what caused the accident so yeah you can say that folks might think you're picking on start writing some tickets for Jay walking you know you have better things to do to get bigger crimes to go to but when these things happen and if it happens to a friend or a loved one right is police were are you why weren't you outside the needs that so you know you got to be kind of delicate how you handle it I think education and enforcement engineering all go hand in hand and up to something really difficult to do that public you pay attention and if you get out in the roadway and hit by a car you're you're probably going to lose it and there's no question and I think this is not a situation where like the front plate thing with you know what happened with tensing it's like well and that led to a tally I was going to say is that while I was pulling people over from played file is if something like that happen here and be all white why we are asking people who across the middle street Jay walking seems like a ticky tack ticket well if you look at the number of Dassin number pedestrian tests it's not acceptable right now growing and further more it's the fact that seventy percent of these things seven out of ten are the fall the pedestrian so it goes back to making sure but there are some areas and it has everything to I think many years special you are to district three you've got some long stretches road out there where there no crosswalks were worries but yet you know what I mean it's not there that you've got roads a special the west side where it's not really a block it's it's a long story got across somewhere what do you do there some of the roads were designed back in the nineteen twenties and they were never set up to handle the volume of pedestrian and vehicle that's a challenge in and of itself but when you come to these places where there is no crosswalk also the big crosswalks are available you have to use them however if they're not still cross roadway but you have to first yield to the vehicle that is legally upon the roadway so you can walk across the street there's no crosswalk but you have to yield to the carton that is legally there and when you step out from that point safety the car starts you you just make yourself the at fault unit in that crash right and give because your own injury and now that the problem that they've been focusing more colorful to for instance but if the car was legally upon the roadway you have to yield to that car right now and that makes sense to me lieutenant Steve yeah Bruce I work in a steel was talking to Steve Saunders better.

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twitter you can go check amount and choose see if you can pick all four winners in those games coming up we've been following fires of course all day the big fires there are eight they say burning throughout the state we talked with the cal fire deputy chief in charge of communications earlier and he was describing sort of the the stretched out nature still tenable but the they stretched out nature of cal fire in all the different agencies that work under the umbrella to try to battle these fires the biggest one in terms of resources and also in terms of acreage right now is the can Cade fire burning up in cinema county twenty two thousand acres almost about fifty structures destroyed they're not saying all of those were homes but there were definitely some homes that were lost there the genie says that they did have a transmission line issue near where that fire started sort of in the neighborhood of guys are felt and the take fire we've been telling you about in canyon country of course we'll get with Alex don't here just a few minutes we're open to but the Ramona area in San Diego county evacuations have now been issued in the Ramona area along highway seventy eight the sheriff's officials have been going door to door they're also doing a reverse nine one one for evacuations in that area and if the the information the is that the spread rates they call it on this saw day fire in Ramona is critical some of the reporters who were on the scene saying they have never seen anything like this when it comes to the speed that the fire is growing moderate and fast rate of spread was never but I've never seen critical that's from Gaby Rodriguez she says be safe if you're told evacuate please follow the orders the area in Mona again up in the mountains in San Diego county the salt a truck trail little page road little page lane old Julian highway creek hollow Dr increase call road all under mandatory evacuations right now because of the very very quick spread in the area just south of highway seventy eight between Ramona and Julian northeast of the San Diego country estates the conditions are critical they're saying with winds gusting thirty five to forty five miles an hour with single digit humidity in a few places eight in that area so they do have some air resources there's a few places that have already been tweeting and you can see some of the fire retardant that's been dropped but if you are in that area if you're in an area where you see smell smoke where you see the flames at all you are a danger you are in danger I should say and should be ready to go even if you think like I do then I'm eight miles away from the active flame for example in the take fire we've already had the discussions about what to take and when to take and where to go and how to get out so it's so I one of those great conversations to have before you need to you get it out before you need to and you get the idea of where you're going to go I was looking for the update in the Edison public safety power shut off website and according to socal Edison they still have all kinds of people that have their electricity shut off as a precaution now we know that the high wind warnings of the advisories are up and we expect to see the red flag warnings continue until ten o'clock tonight and as of just about thirty minutes ago so callous and says they still have about twenty thousand customers without power most of them in in LA county where it's about ten thousand people but there's also a hundred and thirty three hundred and thirty four thousand who are under consideration who could lose power could lose power if these winds continue Alex stone has been out in that area of the take fire in canyon country in following all of this Alex we've been talking with Chris and Carlos out there as well and he was saying is having a hard time finding plane very different from what we saw yesterday afternoon well yeah very different from even a couple of hours ago that this morning when we got here there was a lot of active claim they were all there were burning I'm back and I've been roaming around the back on that you're quite a road right now which is where a couple of the homes during this morning now the money the fire department I mean they're coming from all over the place Monica zero virus kind attending that did these homes there is one home on this road that I took the brunt of the damage was pretty much just a hollow shell we start burning from the early stages this morning the embers got up under the eaves and then it kind of burned from the roof down it just kept going and then there are some neighbors to it did have would nip again damaging firefighters were little while ago out here with chain saws can do everything they could to get into the attic and get in underneath the eaves odd if you try to put that out and they successfully have now but I'm driving around there's no active flame that I can see I mean I'm sure there are amber is still in there containment is very very low go there is still that danger and with this win it's still pretty windy here you're not coming down bird what it was earlier today there's still a danger that if any of those numbers like what happened last night early this morning if they get into brush then they could take off again with humidity levels slow and with that at the window and then the temperatures well but yeah not no smoke no fire right now there are no walls that prior fighters would officially stated they are in danger because they don't have it contained but there are no homes that are in imminent danger right now because there really is no active line to that end we only only understand that half a dozen or so homes were burned and they were in the one season two season one home in the neighborhood would go but the others would be saved and I noticed that you on Twitter posted a picture of a private fire protection company that's been working in some of those areas yeah I did here for it first point about the homes that dad that's accurate they did it got home here all over there now LA county fire says that the numbers are going to go up not because the moral of the date of birth but they're just now getting those damage assessment teams out to begin counting the homes I'm like you know I would guess it's gonna go about half a dozen guys when they can get a real account but they lightly at this point if the claims don't rage again they are going to lose any more than that it's pretty static right now the that the private firefighters yeah there are a number of different insurance companies now they have determined it is more cost beneficial to them if they pay to send in private firefighters then pay to rebuild your home goal USA a number of other insurance I mean if your insurance company will still insure you I know at least in the area that that we live in in critical reader of just outside of it that there are insurance companies could have been dropping a lot of our neighbors but USAA is one of those and there are others where they're not dropping but they send in private firefighters so your empire breaks out my run into them today and they they come in they got trucks with the USA on the side they are there to protect your home they work for you in that moment they will clear the brush around it they will fight that fire and do everything they will gel your home and they need to we run into in the Santa Rosa buyers we ran into the gel teams where they just got a giant crocs of blue and they use hoses and it can eat away at your paint but at the last minute decision if the home is surrounded by fire the group goes on the house and then remembers land on it the idea would be that you're always gonna burn but I you did all of those are our last ditch effort by the insurance companies but it's to their benefit to not have to rebuild your home yeah I think you and I both belong to the same insurance company so I guess we have those guys to look forward to if it comes to our new it is the one that I saw today been yeah I've been there they yeah they will take care of the dog sign up for that benefit hello it's okay for them to come on your property then they will do that work for you if you're a girl was in danger they can get in in time awesome all right Alex thank you appreciate it Alex down there at the latest on the take fire burning out in canyon country can follow Alex and let me just make sure I get his Twitter handle right it's a stone ABC news a stone ABC news and you can see some of the pictures including some of the images from yesterday which were absolutely unbelievable the amount of wind that was blowing through Alex's well he was wearing a hat but his hair at the time while he's one of these neighborhoods where you could see the flames just coming up over the tops of homes it was incredible all right we come back I wanted to get into just a quick the headlines from DC there some swamp watch stuff will talk about we know the president's been updated on some of the fires as well so we'll talk about that when we come back to the Kerry chance of any king what's gonna.

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Being on the Supreme Court some day it's going to change the world all right nine o'clock news time got newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati two trains collided Butler Kelly impacting traffic in the start of schools with the nine o'clock port right combs breaking now the crossing a north Gilmore road blocks still in Hamilton road shut down between Chile road in Sam's because of a collision that involved two trains this morning both Norfolk southern railroad trains were headed southbound when one of them ran into the back end of the other the force of the collision cost three of the cars to derail two of those cars carrying butane so a hazardous materials team had to be called in to supervise the clean up with this point of trying to get the cars right at the train out of the way the road re opened no reports of any kind of a leak of other butane or no fires and no evacuations have been necessary because of the crash the Fairfield schools today operating on a two hour delay don't know what caused that collision this morning but the tri state has been under a dense fog advisory because of reduced visibility is and it looks like that may have contributed to a couple of crashes involving kids walking to school in the bus stop this morning at Cincinnati accidents on queen city lane on Harrison your Baker fifteen eleven year olds the victims there they've been taken to the hospital to be checked out question Harrison was just a block from where Wes I student Gaby Rodriguez was hit and killed by a hit skip driver last year a driver never found that latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center Bama Graham save lives schedule your annual mammogram with you see help by calling five one three five eight four paint that's five one three five eight four pink heavy spots on the highways continue south plan seventy five out of sheer and build through walk one north bound seventy five often on from Dixie in the town than through St Bernard south bound seventy one beginning get better coming out a Kenwood down the hill to Red Bank north bound still a bit heavy from before the lateral towards Red Bank road in west bend to seventy five still dealing with a little bit of fog at Loveland before making your way up the hill to Montgomery as a recce spent two seventy five a blue rock on the shoulder.

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is here. your big get a. case of the month was another week the question is was usually with say now that she was coerced scholar was into her confession yeah we heard the second confession yesterday video tape of a police interview played for the jury as the prosecution made that the their final thing to present before they rested their case in the second time she went to the police station for an interview she didn't call home they ended up taking her to jail. least detective a one point telling her you know now that you're not going to be leaving as they discuss the the death of the child who in this interview she admitted was born alive that she heard the baby gurgle as seen that move though at other times she said she never looked at the child never really explain exactly how the baby died said maybe she squeezed it too tight she really wasn't sure there were some the other things that she admitted in the interview like trying to burn the body and that the defense believes that she was basically talked into by the two detectives who they say were leading her along the whole way and on this tape you don't hear a whole lot of Brooke Skyler Richardson here much more of of the police officers talking and the defense will take over today well how long was he able to go on for five hours yeah the second one I think when almost five hours and they kept the tape running when they brought her parents in and so they basically made her explain to our parents what happened after a while they still have the the the tape running in this year she said you know I tried to cremate the body a little don't know if Brooke will take the stand or self before this case rest but the fence takes over today they've got some witnesses of their own I think you will say that the baby was stillborn she claimed in our first interview with police okay coming up on news at six o'clock we will have more on the anniversary agreement in the tri state one year ago girls struck killed on our way to western hills high school and your later police have not found the driver is responsible for the death of Gaby Rodriguez more in fifteen minutes is right seven WW all right looking but five forty seven right now five forty seven and when the hurricanes come along the chewing up the ocean they turn up the beach who knows what might pop up on the beach about some civil war cannonballs that's one of them folly beach South Carolina beach goers their phone to civil war era cannonballs on the beach uncovered by Dorian right there in the sand and reporting a police fire and local EOD teams responded confirming the relics making sure cannibals want still live in dangerous course cannonballs shouldn't be live in dangerous because they're solid metal. but they weren't they were not live or dangerous because the metal. Aaron Latin and his girlfriend found the cannibals let's see overlooking Morris island lighthouse on Friday night the couple said their new to the area and we're happy to run into a piece of history he said I want to get a metal detector especially after the hurricane and see this anything any history or artifacts are kind of washed up on the shore we actually just got lucky with no equipment just spending a day at the beach it was not the first time civil war cannonballs been found on that beach following hurricane Matthew in twenty sixteen they found sixteen civil war cannonballs. this is just a good spot for cannibals. let's go next hurricane let's go. and of somebody else found with packages of cocaine washed up on the beach to turn them into police it is five forty nine in the morning at seven under W. well W. my friends carry automotive ten dealerships around town should you be looking for a car this is where you want to look at all in one website you go to carry automotive dot com and all ten rupees in it right there that's four Buick GMC and tri county in Florence Toyota Nissan.

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Back at it this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with a much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists in the city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday, a cool rain police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those who've been following this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Why did you bring you together? I know the the calling police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words, and I'll add mind to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer del would passing away last night with his family by his side. And you know, it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with lawn public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets of Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in the state coordinated data from twenty seventeen Cincinnati's the most dangerous. We had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning. Good morning, and I want to also extend my condolences in Coleraine. I'm so fat, and I know the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer details, and you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just devastating for our community. All the, you know, public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale and any past I guess quietly last night too. And and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well an area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street down. Town Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert to other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We had a meeting on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was the girl that was struck and killed by watching highschool, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening? And especially we're looking right now at schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck. A date or high school, and there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can is a city to get lights and flashing things and signed let people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there the Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday Dhillon public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their loss, and it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always. Doc between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had a cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call him. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible writer, but I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car, you have ignore it. You should not be taxing on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that Tony was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which is ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because of the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people and other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that were not foreseen are high school students or junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person. Amy, Mary, she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten Fatos. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down into the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our tramp part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem by especially for school students. Excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get into cross even if you're in a crosswalk. You're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of putting fines up just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by pedestrian doing that dealt think about it, and we need to make sure that they do press a button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and booking down and you get in a crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks than assume I'm in a crosswalk. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one. And my light turns green look laughed. I look, right. I look left again about the hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I I, you know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is it worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this officer del woods in Coleraine township. And that's what the you know, again, that's an inactive crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is this happens all the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at my high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to let people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver and honestly destory on. But you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning, and it gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I did that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive he didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beep in your car, so I just encourage everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a common and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had to cross some of the streets..

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11:32 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back at at this morning. Seven hundred wwl wwl's tired after watching the national championship beat down last night. We'll be talking about that later on in the morning, and we begin with much much more serious news than college football. Of course. And it has to do with the safety of all of us as pedestrians and motorists than city Cincinnati at times, we're one or the other right, as you know, on Friday Coleraine police officer was struck and it turns out that that was a fatal accident. He's out investigating rain-soaked road and call rain. There was an accident there as often happens when whether gets implement and Dale woods gets out of his patrol car. He's a fifteen year veteran and Adele woods is then as he's investigating the crash struck himself and he succumbed to his injuries overnight. It just a heartbreaking story for those in this and in the community to when you lose a police officer in a fashion of being on the job like this, it affects all of us and something is as tragic as this. Of course. Wines. You bring you together. I know the the chlorine. Police department has received under Mark Danny a lot of encouragement. And of course, kind words I'll add to that mix in whatever slight way, they may be with the loss of officer. Del would passing away last night with his family by his side, and it kind of fits into what we're talking about this morning with law and public safety co-chair Amy Murray, and that is Cincinnati streets, and this is call rain, but I conclude call rain as much as Cincinnati's anything. Of course. And we've learned over the past couple of years at streets or Cincinnati are very very dangerous out of the big three cities in in the state, according to data from two thousand seventeen Cincinnati is the most dangerous we had a case of a young girl getting struck and killed in a crosswalk walking to school near western hills university high school, and we've had several accidents like this involving Carson passages the point where law and public safety has decided to take up the issue Amy Murray. Good morning, good morning. And I want to also extend my condolences in court. I'm so fat. And I noticed the whole communities just devastated with the loss of officer DALE'S. And you know, we're talking about pedestrian safety is a police officer. You never know what you're going to have to deal with on a day to day basis. And it's just waiting for our community all the public safety officers in the region when you lose someone I am just it's just devastating to watch for Dale any past I guess quietly last night too and fought like a like the where he is for the last few days hanging onto life. But did that make it, but you know, there's a bigger takeaway here too. And here's an officer Amy Marie investigating a crash scene, which means that you have lights on you have a well at area, you have patrol cars, of course, with their lights activated warning other motorists to slow down and be careful and yet he becomes another statistic. Unfortunately, when we're crossing the street downtown Cincinnati or anywhere. We don't have the same lights near us in the same protections in the alert. Two other people out there. And we have a lot of tragedies. What makes Cincinnati so uniquely different Amy Murray, in your opinion that we are the most dangerous of Ohio's three biggest cities when it comes to pedestrians and cars why? Well, you know, I it's we're looking at it, and we had this. Let me go back. We we had a medium on public safety yesterday and Gaby Rodriguez parents were there, and she was a girl that was struck and killed by, you know, high school, and we're trying to deal with city council of how can we prevent any of this from happening, and especially right now schools because we have a lot of kids that are getting on metro buses while it dark in the morning crossing streets, where maybe Dr Crosswalks, and you know, part of what we're doing is we're putting flashing lights in the Crosswalks in the school area. But people know, but what's interesting Sloan is as you may recall a few weeks ago. There was another person that was struck a date or high school. And there was a police officer with their lights on at that. Same intersection. So people knew that there was a crosswalk coming up. There's a police car there were lights and someone was still struck. So what we really really have to focus on is driver, safety and pedestrian safety. And we're going to do everything we can to get lights and flashing things and signed twit people know, but I just ask everyone out there. That's driving. We just have to be more vigilant. We absolutely must and out there. The Rodriguez family. Mr. MRs Rodriguez came in yesterday too public safety and talked about the death of their daughter. Their lost. And it just really strike home. That is a driver you're driving. You might not notice if someone comes out, you know, we always childhood between parked cars. So I just encourage everyone that's driving just be extra vigilant. I even noticed myself after this meeting yesterday because it was just so devastating. There were probably three times that I had cracked my cellphone. I'm driving either changing the radio station or someone call them. I know I'm just focusing on the road. And I'd agree. I found I've been driving behind you. You're a terrible driver. But I'm just encouraging people that you really have to just stay focused and just say whatever else is going on in the car you have to ignore it. You should not be texting on the phone or anything like that. I mean because when you just hear the loss of a family to their daughter that was killed by a car. And now officer would then you know, it happened. I think more than four hundred times in the greater Cincinnati area that was hit by a car. And so and I would encourage pedestrians. Also when you are crossing a street, you know, whether it's at a crosswalk, which ideally where it should be. But if it's not you got to really look because you can't assume the cars are going to see you. And you know, we really need to get that message out that every needs. We're gonna do everything we can to make Crosswalks in areas safer and superintendent Mitchell was at our meeting yesterday because the CPS superintendent because she's so concerned about this. And you know, part of it is if you have a metro buses picking students up if it's not near crosswalk. Walk then you are going to have people on the other side of the road crossings, and some of these roads are very busy in the morning and all day long. So we're really looking at those. So that we're not forcing our high school students are junior high students to have to cross it in a dangerous area council person, Amy she's co-chair law and public safety talking about Cincinnati streets is the most dangerous in Ohio when it comes to pedestrian and car accidents, four hundred accidents in there was something like nine or ten fails. I believe in Hamlin county alone last year, which is a high watermark over the last two decades and this fits in, of course, with the profound tragedy of the death of officer. Dell wasn't cool rain struck by a car while investigating a crash scene. And I look at this Amy Murray in as you dig down to the details of these accidents now, those fatal accidents, and you were saying, you know, be careful behind the wheel of a car don't text and drive pay attention, but in almost all except for the Gabrielle Rodriguez tragedy. She was crossing crosswalk and out of the ten nine of them. The pedestrian was at fault. So I look at that and go can we do better with Crosswalks, but do people just not care or pay attention when they're walking I understand the driving element. And it's easy to let lay the blame. It it distractions and devices, but what responsibility in burden does the pedestrian have. Well, they absolutely do. And part of our transplant part of what our transportation department said yesterday. Excuse me, is that we need more. I guess three in education, and that's not going to solve the problem. But especially for school students, excuse me, we need to let them know that they need to be careful when they get in cross even if you're in a crosswalk, you're not invincible cars are still coming. They might not see you. And so we're looking right now at least at the school Crosswalks of quitting fines up, you know. Just reminding people some of the new systems that we're going to have slow any persons in the crosswalk would hit a light. And then it will start flashing so that motorists know that they're coming. So hopefully by three and doing that don't think about it. And we need to make sure that they do press the button for the light goes off. So that motorists notice are in that crosswalk, but you know, someone's driving along and if they're distracted for a minute and looking down and you get in the crosswalk. They might not see you. And even though you have the right away. It's a bigger vehicle. You know, you're the one that's going to be injured. So we're really trying to work with people that when you're in a crosswalk you've got to proceed with. Caution. And I can't tell you how many times, you know. I see people that go and Crosswalks and assume I'm in a crosswalk. Safe. But you absolutely cannot assume that you need to look every direction, and if a car is coming you'd have that I contact with the driver to make sure that they see your eyes. And you know, that they see you. Yeah. No question about that. And and that is the thing even in a car, I look left. I look, right. I look left again before I drive through an intersection this morning. I'm driving and getting off the ramp to to Montgomery road here at the station off seventy one and my light turns green, I look left. Look, right. I look left again about to hit the gas in this dude blows through the late late red light had I just gone as soon as the light turned green like a race car. I. You know, he's pretty far away. I don't think I would have been struck. I probably would have reacted. But that's why you gotta do that. Because people aren't paying attention and clearly blowing through a red light. So he can get the McDonald's I love to go and slap that guy around, but I had to get to work to come talk to you. So. We we have these tragedies across all the time because people are in a hurry. Is it really that important to get that Cup of coffee is worth deliberately going through a red light or not paying attention. Because you gotta get that text message that someone just sent you. All it takes us a simple distraction. I'm guilty of it as anyone else looking at my phone driving fast. I I get it. Here's me preaching. And I need to take better care. How I handle my business behind the wheel. Because in the blink of an eye. It could be over for you or a complete stranger whose life could end tragically like like this, officer woods and Coleraine township. And that's again, that's an active crashing where you have lights activated. That's the one. I don't understand is is this happens. All the time you see videos like the state highway patrol where they've got a vehicle pulled over the lights are activated. The troopers on the side of the road, and bam somebody hits the car. I don't understand how you don't get over or how you wind up striking a vehicle that has its lights activated. That makes no sense to me. It makes absolutely no sense. And we've had two accidents like that with officer woods, and then the young girl at high school where priests lights were flashing. We were sitting there we as a city. We're trying to do everything we could to what people know here's a crosswalk, and so it's really both on the driver. And honestly, Australian, but you know, I think of myself as a conscientious driver but yesterday after the Rodriguez family where they are. And it just touched me so much because having you know, they lost a daughter and people can look down and be distracted in a minute. And not only could you hit song. But your life changes. Also, you know, no one wakes up in the morning and gets behind the wheel of their car and thinks that this is going to happen. And when it happens, you hear people say, I just looked down for a minute or I get that. So you know, I would just encourage everyone. We've really got a relook at it. Because when you and I learned to drive you didn't have all those distractions. You might have a cassette tape in your car. But you know, you didn't have a lot of distractions of other things that are going to buzz and beef in your car. So I think urge everyone driving right now. Just be extra cautious. And, you know, the Rodriguez family made a comment and said, you know, we had never walked with our daughter the route she went to school to realize how dangerous it was or as far as where she had across some of the streets..

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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11:20 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One two six seven. Are we just really really really bad at driving in Cincinnati. Is that what this is? We've got a few stories going on. I bring this up because later this week allegedly. We may get our first significant snowfall. And of course, you know, all bets are off. Then we just we simply cease to exist when there's snow on the ground this too in light of the tragedy that happened on Friday night and Coleraine rain where he police officer. Del woods was investigating a rain. So cracks is you know, we had crazy amounts of rain over the weekend and early part of the weekend and vehicle crash in a poll. He was struck by a pickup truck tonight at seven o'clock and call rain township. I was texting back and forth chief chief Danny on this. And they're having a little bit of a vigil for officer woods in his family to. So of course. And I know I speak for everyone listening that the officer and the chlorine. Police department are in our thoughts and prayers at this time because you know, it's one thing to be out there in in driving around. But when you're jobs to get out in investigate accidents because it's raining so much people get not paying attention or wind up losing control because of the weather and this guys out there in trying to do his job. And then he then to becomes a statistic. It's it's it's sobering. And frightening at the same time. But as we speak right now in Cincinnati city council chambers. They're having a debate in a hearing over Weiss Cincinnati streets are the most dangerous in Ohio, and I'm looking at data from twenty seventeen that indicates then that Cincinnati. Is number one. When it comes to accidents and just being a dangerous place to operate a motor vehicle. And not only that operator moving up, it'd be a pedestrian because in the past few months, if you think about there's a number of kids who have been hit by cars walk into school. Western hills university high school comes to mind Gaby Rodriguez was struck. Here's this young lady going to school excuse me in a crosswalk, and it struck by a car still haven't found the individuals because the driver took off last year. There was something like ten fatal accidents involving pedestrians in handling county ten which is the highest number in the last two decades and an eight and nine of those cases the pedestrian was at fault. Okay. So we have people who are not paying attention to walking eight and nine and that was not the case, obviously with Gabriella Rodriguez. Here's a kid going to school and INA crosswalk in struck. Anyway. But an eight of nine fatal the pedestrian was at fault. So one of my say, all right. Are we just bad drivers? We not pay attention. Here's what I here's what I think's happening. And I don't know why we are. I guess leading the state in this stuff here in Cincinnati. But a number of things come to mind with me to answer the question as to why this is happening on such a a a high basis here in Cincinnati is number one is that we have. If you look from the driver's perspective here is that you have smartphones in cars now, I don't know if every accident is caused by people not paying attention, but you have smartphones and cars, you also have. And if you look at newer cars to especially it used to be here's this little radio you'd have maybe a cassette player track back in the day right turntable. If you're as old as Willie Cunningham and mess with the radio of button, whatever. Now, you have literally laptops in our touchscreens, right, which resembled tablets. You know, you get nicer cars and have like a seven or twelve inch literally a computer screen in their TV screen. Let's call it. What it is. We have heads in their tuners. Right. That have screens it can play DVD's on it. And the like, and so there's so much more distractions in the car outside of the the cell phone, which in the mobile phone gets a lot of blame. I know. We have that as well. I think the overall attitude though, is okay. Well, that doesn't answer the pedestrian. Why is why nine or ten or eight to ten of these accidents the fall of pedestrians? I think because of the nature, and I'm just kind of spitball and this year, you tell me if you agree or disagree. Is that we have become so self absorbed. In America today because of society because of technology, and I think both these two things are linked is it maybe have somebody on the phone in a car, maybe someone on a smartphone as a pedestrian, but largely we do think the world revolves around us around me, and you now you may not think then caring about other people. I know I am. I'm sure you are too as well. But we tend to be rather self absorbed. And I think there's a lot of people on the roads and a lot of people in life who think the world simply revolves around them. And I think that number has grown. There's always end people like that. But I think that number has exploded because of things like social media because everyone has a brand everyone has an identity. Everyone is famous online. Everyone is told that they're special and their different in when you're fed that your entire life. I think that your overall worldview has changed that it's not necessarily about looking out for other people. But hey, you know, what people should be looking out for me to win a lot of these cases. Where you have pedestrians are crossing. How many times have you driven down the street somewhere? And I see this in Cincinnati when I'm in areas of Cincinnati, the time driving through a residential area. And it used to be when we were kids are playing and we played a lot of street hockey, a lot of baseball with tennis balls grown and football. And everything else is kids. Get the Hallo cars coming game off you move everything out of the way. Now kids to stand there. And then look at you and go as soon as we get a break in the action. We'll stop and then you can drive through we have adults that literally we'll just hang out in the middle of the street talking in some neighborhoods, not even bother get out of the way, you better slow down. Look at the guy who was beaten to death right pulled out of his car and then beaten shot when a Taba ran out in front of his car. And he wanted to hit indicate even though he had the right away. The in the dad, and the I guess the resident there would ran out immediately salted and killed the driver because the kid ran out in the street is that you know, you should you should anticipate a kid darting out a two or three year old playing. The middle of the street. It's your fault. Even though you have the right away and pedestrians are supposed to be looking out for you. We have an attitude that guess what the world should stop when I commanded. And I think it's because we're fed a diet. If you're the most important person in the world, you're somebody to everyone special, and if you if you take that and look at that online in your online profile most people think, hey, you know, what I'm on the same level as some sort of celebrity now that may be a little bit of an exaggeration and a stretch. But I think you know, what I'm saying we have become more self absorbed than ever before. And I think when you have people behind the wheel horse self absorbed combined with people who are pedestrians who are self absorbed. There's no wonder why we have these at record levels of pedestrian car accidents and Cincinnati. It doesn't surprise me at all. And I think the honest certainly is on the driver. But you know, if you're running around the streets and crossing the streets, jaywalking hanging out in the street, whatever it is. And you get hit you certainly become a statistic that we talk about here. But I think we have to look at a reason why you think car should be stopping for you. And I think the other thing compounding this thing to as I said technology, certainly factors. And if you're a driver, I can't tell you how many times you're sitting at a red light. And I was dread- left turns because I know that I'm gonna get screwed when it comes to making a left turn the lights, turn and invariably. It's always the first person second person not paying any attention whatsoever. In here. We're so polite, and so nice that we refuse to use our horns and people does there when they look it's green, and they'll go through the light turns yellow scores everyone else behind him. And then these cycles repeat it again, adding a little bit to the intensity adding a little bit. But that's an aside. I I really think I think we live in a day and age where we're narcissistic or self absorbed not necessarily out of touch, but we're more concerned about well. Looking at our device, I think between devices and our own self-absorption, our narcissism those two things are contributing to the epidemic in pedestrian car accidents. Probably. I don't know if it's the case with officer woods, but nonetheless, if you look around and just look around you how many drivers do you see out there have no business being on the road whatsoever. And I think the third leg of the stool that I'm making a number one is narcissism and smartphones or devices, but also the fact that we don't do very good job teaching people how to drive anymore. And I as I recall when I learned how to drive in probably you it was taught in school. You know, you go to when you were junior senior you go to driver's Ed class for half a period. Today, that's been cut budgets. I don't know about your school district if they still teach it by now, my kids went through and Mason, it's something you to pay for individually, but you don't even really have to do that. Right. Even pay for it because your mom and dad will teach you, well, if we now have a generation of people who are also self taught by their parents, and your parents are bad drivers, you are handing down genetically bad drivers. We don't have the impartial third party out there anymore saying, you know, what you need to work on this. Now, you're not qualified at and we just push people through the system that way used to be you would be driver's. Ed. It seemed like it went on for like six months in school where you'd be sitting in before even gotten a car. And now it's a couple of classes here AAA Joe blow's driving school and mom or dad will take at your garden. You'll take you out maybe twice in. Now. Here's your keys in. So that's why you see people who are driving the way they drive these days. And we've always had by bed reiver's, always will. But it's it's the lack of things that are thinking forced to what the rules of the road are. And then the number two, and this may talk to I guess our economy in some degree. But there's a lot of dumpy. Carson the roads to the kind of add to this as well. Many times you see somebody drive with like no lights on not even turn their lights on what's raining, which is a state law, by the way as is getting the hell out of the left lane. But those two things had seemingly never enforced to see people driving weather where it's raining or snowing out all the time dusk-to-dawn, no lights on and these are newer cars to you gotta like some of these cars have the automatic. It's turn to the automatic mode. And it will will help you out right there. So I think there's a number of factors that go into this thing. This is not just drivers. It's easy to go driver smartphones. That's it. Well, if the bulk of the accidents are the fault of pedestrian, I think it's back to the self-absorption thing. I think it's the fact that we think everything the world should begin end stop and start on our command. And it doesn't work that way. I don't want to sound like, you know, Hillary or something and say, you know, we're a brother's keeper. But you know, you drive in certainly give me looking out for the other guy. I saw all about me Osama about you. I know we have deadlines I'm as guilty as everyone else. I drive excessively fast. I try to be the safest possible I understand that. But you know, there's also some common courtesy out there too that I think is dragged drastically lacking today because all those factors five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred AT and T Greenhills James here on the Scots alone show. Good morning. How are.

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"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Crossing guards and is looking into improving the lighting around the Crosswalks in the daytime high school west high area also is incumbent on drivers who are driving through school zones around school buses to slow down take your time. And know that that we have young people who are just all they're trying to do is get to school that day. Gaby Rodriguez all she wanted to do with what make time and get to school and she lost her life in September. By a driver. We still have not defied Lauren Morley with the district says students safety is their top priority. News Radio seven hundred wwl w supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, recovering this afternoon after having cancerous growths removed from her lung surgery was earlier today and the courts public information offices. There's no evidence of any remaining cancer at age eighty five. She is the oldest supreme court Justice government shutdown very possible at midnight tonight, unless congress and the president can strike a deal president wants money for his border wall house passed a measure that covers it and now the senate's taking a look at. Looking at it. We just had a meeting with some of our great Senator Republicans and lasted for a long time tremendous enthusiasm for border security, and I think I can speak for them very strongly. What I say they want to see something happen on border security, a partial government shutdown would effect homeland security State Department, the EPA about eight hundred thousand federal workers would not get paid. Although more than half of them would still be expected to report to work. However, the post office will continue to deliver the Christmas packages and social security checks will still go out.

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gaby rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Public schools taking action today after the rash of kids getting hit by cars. Earlier today concerned parents lining up outside of west thirteen. Students were struck by cars this year while trying to get to class one girl was killed now. Cincinnati public schools is adding three additional crossing guards. And is. Looking into improving the lighting around the Crosswalks in the daytime high school west high area also is incumbent on drivers who are driving through school zones around school buses to slow down take your time. And know that that we have young people who are trying to do is get to school that day. Gaby Rodriguez all she wanted to do with what make time and get to school and she lost her life in September by driver. We still have not identified Lord Morley. With the district says student safety is their top priority. Req- chino, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, undergoing surgery earlier today to remove malignant cancerous growths from her lungs Ginsberg's eighty five years old the oldest Justice on the court and a court released a statement saying there's no evidence of any remaining cancer update on the case of a woman in Colorado. You might have heard about this. She's been missing since thanksgiving. We'll her fiance is now under arrest for her murder. And our body has not even been found yet. The suspect Patrick phrase and the victim Kelsey Berith shared custody of a one year old child. If you're flying to the east coast for the holidays. Check ahead. Delays cancelled flights at three major airports in the New York City area today Ford is recalling nearly a million pickup trucks for fire risks water contaminants may get into the engine block heaters, and that could lead to a fire. The recall will begin early next month on Wall Street, not good. The Dow is down one hundred and twenty seven points, NASDAQ off a hundred and twenty.

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