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Fresh "fire department" from Tony Katz and the Morning News
"Bill Estes. Ford. Here's what's trending at 802. Arsonists set several fires in Indianapolis overnight Wednesday. One of those fires burned nearly 20 trucks at a truck dealership on the South side about 4 40 Thursday morning, Chris Davis reports. It's not Often that anyone she's flames that big. But diesel explosions will do that. It's also not often that a reward for arsonists, arrest is bigger than $30,000 pretty significant additional reward offered by M and K trucks, dinners with the $1000 that crime's upper usually offered M and K is now offering an additional 30,000. On top of that battalion chief Free to write with the Indianapolis Fire Department. She says that fire likely has nothing to do with the others. Chris Davis 93 WNBC Mobile news, Grab the hoodies and break out the sticks for the fire pit is going to feel like fall this weekend, which TV meteorologist terror, Hastings says highs will only be in the sixties night readings will even fall into the forties in many spots across the entire state, she says. The average high for this time of year's about 77 degrees. You should take the upcoming flu season seriously, says Governor Eric Holcomb. He says wearing your mask will help prevent the spread of both Corona virus and the flu. Republicans on the Indian Hapless City County Council, though, are calling on the Marion County Health Department to put an end to the county's mass requirements. Their resolution says the Health Department should also refrain from closing a business or private school based on its mass policy, saying businesses and individual people should be allowed to decide their own mask policies. You can read more about what's in the resolution wnbc dot com A new obesity report from Trust for America's Health list Indiana as one of America's most obese states. 93 WNBC Shylock of all in a state of obesity, released Thursday, says Indiana is one of only 12 states with an adult obesity rate over 35%. H. President John Auerbach says one of the biggest reasons is food insecurity. If you have less money, you buy cheaper, less nutritious food, and he says it only gets worse in Indiana. Scent of the families in 2019 listed as food insecure post Kobe that percentage will rise to 20% were really reaching a crisis. You can read the full report at h dot org's Shyla Kabbalah 93. W I. B C Mobile news a call for help to Hunter's Kurt Darling reports and what you could do with any leftover dear mate. You don't want the sonic upcoming deer season dead trees with Hoosiers feeding the hungry tells Indiana outdoors, you,.
Los Angeles Councilman Ryu wants to pause construction in hillside, at-risk fire areas
"Los Angeles City Councilman David Rue introduced a motion today to temporarily halt construction and sensitive hillside areas within the Los Angeles Fire Department so called a very high fire hazard Severity zone. The motion calls for a halt in construction on narrow hillside roads and fire sensitive areas until November, 30th
Fresh "fire department" from Atlanta's Morning News
"Meteorologist Kirk Knowledge 95.5 WSB 67 degrees of midtown Atlanta 66 in Acworth, 66. Swanny back to the morning drive again. Here's Mark McKay Everything on the right shoulder. But please don't make that move over law as a truck has now arrived on 95 found out about the highway 20 is gonna be quite an operation to get that vehicle that would will off the roadway. It's the woods below Quick City Park. Way out of the way I was 30 still shut down south of Flowery Branch nor the south down during the friendship road structure by her whole county firefighters are working. 25 circling Atlantis fight about the right through the capital city actually crash clearing on the side 75 85 South found that Spring Street no longer causing any delays. Atlanta Fire Department was looking for a crash reported 85 South on the brook would merge. Now they're looking closer to Georgia. For 100 traffic brought to you by positive coaching alliance questions about youth or high school sports. Positive coaching alliance could help PC, a national nonprofit organization develops better athletes and better people through youth in high school sports. Get info positive coach dot org's triple team traffic 95.5 Don't USB Don't take half a minute here with the president and more during a Dr Steven Hope, Making News, speaking to CBS about Totally opening their vaccine research protocol to the public. It's about 135 pages and how the.
Los Angeles Fire Department has no record of inspecting downtown building that exploded in May
"Angeles Fire Department has no record of an inspection of the building where a May 16th explosion took place and severely burned. 11 firefighters. The Los Angeles Times ads at over 300 criminal charges have been filed against the owners and operators of four downtown L, a buildings and three businesses for alleged fire code and safety violations.
Fresh "fire department" from Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot
"Friday morning to you 603 on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. We are mourning five with traffic and weather on the three critical good morning line of activity on I 83 this morning already South found in the construction zone at Padonia Road accident there that at one point was kind of in the center painted out area. Now the Fire department has arrived. And they're now blocking the left hand lane to single lane to the right coming down from Shawan Road coming onto the interstate at Warren Road, Single Lane to the right, not a major back up right now, and it clears out quickly after that, as you start to hit south down to the Beltway City Police Pulaski Highway at Marais via Road Baltimore County about a half an hour ago with an accident Baltimore Highlands at Annapolis Road at Virginia Avenue. Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes. I'll talk radio 6 80 doubled you see Joseph. Also much cooler weather for the weekend, starting out with some rain today. Scattered showers. Then just cloudy and 72 this afternoon. Saturday's Dr Partly cloudy 66 Sunday.
Person struck by Metro train in Washington D.C.: Delays on Yellow and Green Lines
"Good haul road in southeast three Open in Minnesota Avenue earlier crashes gone on Eighth Street at seven Street Northwest fire departments in the roadway because a person was hit by a metro train gallery PlayStation and they're taking care of that. Check ahead if you take the yellow and green lines Virginia 95 South bound crash Quantico Marine Base that moved onto the right shoulder and delays reasoning
Fresh "fire department" from KNX Programming
"This's Southern California's only 24 hour. Local news and traffic station can extend 70 News radio. Good morning. I'm Mark Austin Thomas. Our top local news at 12 05. Tensions dramatically escalate between the L. A County sheriff and the civilian Oversight Commission. An evacuation center set up for Antelope Valley residents threatened by the Bobcat fire. We'll take a look at those stories coming up in just a moment. First traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives at 12 05 ish Tandy Campos. We've got a crash in La Beach that crews are still working on 7 10 South just passed a law Mo. This is on the right shoulder. You might see a fire department there and the tow truck they're about to get this cleared The 10 east between town and Gary. There is a two car crash and both of those vehicles or sideways, blocking the left three lanes. There's also debris in the roadway. So that may take a little bit to click. Get cleaned up and clear. The one on one north out of Hollywood. From Highland to the 1 70 left sea lanes are blocked. We do have Closure on the North bound 1 10 from San Fernando Road to Avenue 43 of Montecito hides the right lane is closed through Boyle Heights and found five connector of the North bound 101 is closed. There's roadworks on the five north in 605 to Paramount. That's the right. Two lanes that air closed and we do have a full closure of the four or five north at Bolsa in Westminster and a little bit of sawing in the north and four or five True Fountain Valley next reported 12 15. I'm Tanya Compost Look More traffic reports more often can extend 70 news radio. Still some smoky air in L. A county due to the bobcat fire, but warm temperatures today and some slight cooling though over the weekend we'll have partly cloudy.
Funeral for Houston Fire Department Capt. Tommy Searcy's set for Wednesday
"Services air set for Hft captain Tommy seriously, who died from Cove in 19 last week, visitation tomorrow at Champion Forest Baptist Church on Airline Road. The memorial service is Wednesday at 10 A.m..
Fresh "fire department" from KNX Evening News
"Radio for 25% off At 8 55 traffic sponsored by San Diego County Credit Union. Here's Today's Fondo. We're still looking at a closure on the 10 and this is in Santa Monica 10 westbound. At Lincoln were all the lanes remain closed and that this was listed as a crash. When this first came in, and CHP gave us no further details, or Santa Monica Fire Department was on scene with this one you do of a slowdown on that westbound side. If you need to get back onto the freeway past Lincoln, you could get on it forth. And take that through the McClure Tunnel and onto Pacific Coast Highway on the four or five in north bound right at the imperial onramp. We've gotta crash with a car that went off the side of the road. Eso Now crews are on the right side of the road way trying to find that car on the 2 10 eastbound in Pasadena. Right? It Madre Street. We've gotta stall covered. Put it there. And that is partially blocking the Madre Street on ramp and we still have their pickup truck that is stuck in Pomona. This is 10 eastbound. Right at the Fairplex Offramp Sdcc. You has low mortgage loan rates and zero closing costs on select mortgage loans up to $3 million. You could take thousands of dollars on your loan. Subject to approval. Equal housing Opportunity, call 877. S t. C c u for you or apply to date sdcc you dot com Next report at 905 with more traffic reports more often. Under these fondue and the S T C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer naturals three layer comfortable, breathable mask is available in sizes for adults. Teens.
Chicago firehouse was struck by bullets early Sunday morning
"Shooting. W. James gave Salgado has more. The Chicago Fire Department says that the Rogers Park firehouse on the 6200 block of North California, was struck by bullets early Sunday morning. They report that the shooter fired towards the building because the person they were aiming for ran inside for refuge. The victim reportedly suffered a graze wound while the building ended up with a shattered window. And damage to its overhead door. This firehouse is the home for Battalion. Nine An engine company 71 police are investigating gave Salgado W. G. M News the second day of a weeklong nurses strike at the University of
Workers rescued from water after Seattle's Pier 58 partially collapses
"Now out of Seattle, where several people had to be rescued from the water when Pier 58 partially collapsed at Waterfront Park. Seattle Fire Department says two construction workers were heard after the pier They were working to remove partially collapsed. Several people were rescued from the water and two people were taken to the hospital. They are expected to be okay. Crews began removing the pier this weekend after an engineering report found it was deteriorating. There is now
Trump and Biden pause campaigning to honor 9/11 victims
"As this nation marks nine eleven, it is hard to believe it's been nineteen years now president trump and Joe. Biden. Putting the campaign aside to pay tribute president trump and the first lady observing a moment of silence on air. Force One on their way to the flight ninety three. National Memorial in Shanksville Pennsylvania. Joe Biden and his wife Jill at the nine eleven memorial here in New, York by greeting Vice President Mike Pence both in masks touching elbows another reminder of somber anniversary playing out in another extraordinary time for this country. Here's ABC's Mary Bruce. Tonight. As the nation marks nineteen years since nine eleven and the nearly three thousand lives lost, it does. So during another national emergency, a pandemic, nearly two, hundred, thousand Americans now dead and in the middle of a consequential presidential election millions of Americans out of work today president trump and his opponent Joe Biden aware of the gravity of this day mourned deeply for the nearly three thousand precious and beautiful souls who were taken from us. Today. Talk about other during. Nine eleven. Advertising down. Solemn Day I Ground Zero Joe Biden meeting with victims families. Consoling this mother who lost her son? T and crossing paths with Vice President Mike Pence, the rivals bumping elbows in greeting both wearing masks at the same time president trump on his way to Shanksville Pennsylvania pausing on Air Force One for a moment of silence on the ground. He honored the passengers who bravely fought back on hijacked flight ninety three or sacred task. A righteous duty and our solemn pledge is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us nineteen years ago as trump headed back to Washington Biden was arriving in Shanksville laying a wreath at the memorial and meeting with family members of those killed. In stopping by the local volunteer fire department. Politics muted today but here in Pennsylvania still in the background, the signs visible as we drove through this key battleground state one chinks resident with this. UNMISSABLE. Welcome for the President and by late afternoon trump himself was back on twitter attacking Democrats.
2 Dallas-area firefighters injured while battling flames at vacant house
"Injured this morning while fighting a house fire in East Fort Worth The update from K R. Oldies out on sky. The fire started about 5 15 this morning on my LEM street, about a mile from East Loop 20 in Meadowbrook. The fire department's might drift all says one firefighter had burns to his legs. He went went to to the the hospital, hospital, but but with with stable stable and and should should be be okay. okay. Riddle Riddle says says crews crews put put the the fire fire out out and and then then went went in in looking looking for for hot hot spots. spots. That That is is when when we we had had a a partial partial roof roof collapse, collapse, and and we we had had a a fire fighter that was trapped by that route. That firefighter made a made a call, and it grew on standby rescued it when we come to work, we don't know what's gonna happen. That's why we train. That's why we do a lot of these scenarios. We want to make sure that we're ready to go when anything happens. Doll says that firefighter did not need to go to the hospital. He just had bumps and bruises. The house was vacant Investigators now looking for the cause of the fire.
Houston Fire Department Captain Tommy Searcy dies of COVID-19
"Month long battle with covert. 19, The 18 year veteran of the department spent weeks in intensive care of moral Herman in the Woodlands. That's, according to the Houston Professional Firefighters Association. In their effort to help save their colleague's life. Members of seriously station 67 crew and the fire union tried to battle red tape in order to help him get experimental drugs. Oh, we're told the use of hand sanitizer
Managing Wildfire Through Cultural Burning
"So Lauren. You were telling us about how in February. You were heading out with a group of tribes from Northern California conducting a cultural burn very cool. But I, tell me how cultural burns are different from say. Or prescribed burns something I know the Forest Service does yeah. The service and other fire agencies they set controlled fires to, and that's for the vegetation they WANNA, get rid of it so that there's not too much that builds up because overgrown vegetation can make fires more extreme. Cultural burning it does that too but the tribes also do it to encourage certain plants to grow. Like the first thing that team did that day was actually a harvest, Oh yeah. They headed out to some tall bushes sour berries, which is also known as three Samak and you know this was winter. So there were these long spindly branches that were totally bare of leaves. So my mom is basket lever. That's why I meant Ragu Taras I'm reggae tears. Mahu Newnan Rageh Tears He. He's clipping. The longest straightest branches are used in traditional basket weaving and then after being harvested, the plant is burned to encourage more growth like that. All our basket material needs to be tended to in some way. So they need to be burned and then next year we'll probably have sticks that are sick seventeen, tom one year. fired. Oh. So does the fire burn the plant completely? Yes completely to the ground, and it really actually happens pretty fast but the rootstock stays alive. So you know after the spring rains come the plant will re sprout got in the harvest can kind of happen again. Yeah and I know some plants in California they're kind of used to being burned regularly. Yeah. Yeah. I, mean I think a lot of. People forget this but they're adapted to regular fires I mean historically, those are both naturally caused fires by lightning, and then there were fire set by tribes and Ron says they burned like this for Millennia to encourage plant growth also to shape the landscape to attract certain game for a lot of reasons when I was a kid I learned from my mother. My mother got in trouble when she burned because the fire department you know didn't want her doing what we're doing today. As you probably know white settlers had a very different take on fire they came with their concepts of being afraid to fire. Then, you didn't understand fire in the sense of the tool that it could be. To create and what it did to help, generate and rejuvenate the land. And let's not forget. There's a bigger history here when when white settlers arrived in California in the eighteen hundreds there was an intentional and violent campaign to destroy their tribal culture I spoke to Beth rose Middleton manning about that She's Professor of Native American Studies at UC Davis, and she brought her students that day to be part of a ceremony. There was actually a a bounty on California. Indian people The governor had announced a war of extermination. So you have all that. and. It really fostered removal settler ownership of indigenous lands. So tribal burning basically stopped and fast forward a couple of decades to the early nineteen hundreds, and that's when the federal government began an era of fire suppression. Please be careful with fire. That's the whole smokey the bear era, right? Yeah. Make, sure your fire is dead. Remember only you can prevent forest fires. Yeah. It's just interesting that the legacy of this idea that fire is always something that's bad and that has to be put out continued from settler colonialism onwards. Yeah. Definitely I mean up until the nineteen seventies the forest service had this rule they called the ten am rule it was basically that all fires should be put out by tanning him the next day but all that suppression, you know it caused a lot of vegetation to build up in California, the force became denser and that set the stage for extreme destructive fires. So fire matters of realizing that has to change and they started embracing prescribe burns a now we're slowly being open to cultural burning too. So that brings us to today where western states are grappling with how to manage wildfire season, and you're going to talk about how cultural burns kind of fit into that right and so ron and other tribal leaders have been trying to restore cultural burning for a while and you know not just teaching the concepts of people but actually bringing out the land to practice it, and that's not easy to do when the land is. No longer legally there's as as Beth rose described to me I think it's really important that we don't think about traditional burning as what information can we learn from native people about how they care for the land and then exclude people and move. On, with non natives managing the land, but the native people are at the forefront and our leading. Okay. So this event is maybe a way to do that. Yeah which is why Ron invited these government officials to participate and kind of get their hands dirty during the ceremony You know like Jennifer Montgomery she directs California's Forest Management Task. Force. So it's her job to figure out how to deal with all these overgrown for us and she was there helping light this fire in a big grassy field using a drip porch that was super empowering. I mean I think every woman should get a chance to use a drip torch is that like a flame thrower or something? Not Not. Quite It's it's like a watering can lighter thing that basically spilled out fire instead of water. That's pretty cool. So yeah yeah I mean by the time she was done there was this kind of giant line of fire that that kind of spread out pretty quickly across this entire field but remember this was February winters. So it the fire burned itself out pretty quickly. and. Then all that dried brushes
California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says
"The People Fighting California's wildfires include our next guest chief. Chris Donnelly is spent twenty two years as a volunteer firefighter in Huntington Lake California. Good, morning sir. Good. Morning Steve. How are you this morning I'm okay. We've reported a lot on the sheer extent of the fires. How have you been spending your days where you are? Well we we began this this fight probably on Saturday morning about six am and what we did I was get all of our people out of Huntington Lake. Huntington has about probably five hundred and fifty summer cabins in an additional hundred and ten. Condominiums, we had thousands of people at Huntington and Once I had is on the fire, very clear to me that he was going to burn into Huntington and lives were at stake. So we spent most of the time getting people out. Well, I'm glad you've been able to do that. But of course, because of course, we have been following stories of some other resort areas, vacation areas where. There for the summer there for vacation there camping have had to be evacuated emergency ways. you said you got is on the fire can you describe the landscape the way it looks to somebody who's never been there and what the fire looked like. Yeah. Honey. Lake is quite unique word seven thousand feet, and we are the reservoir for a very large electric generation facility. That's two thousand feet below us. Virtually down a steep just just a cliff. and. So when I heard a sheriff's deputies go through our area to begin evacuations about five thirty in the morning on Saturday. I called our dispatch and and and they told me where the fire was. I drove down there about fifteen to twenty minutes away. And look down into the Canyon to about a thousand feet below us and saw flames and new as soon as the morning wins started upslope of Valley. That that was going to be a threat to Huntington. So I recommended that we do a mandatory evacuation at Huntington and began that vacuum evacuation about seven thirty. Our our teams, we we knew this was coming eventually with so much deadened down and the droughts over the years. And temperatures have been drier and well, it's been hotter and humidity's dryer. So said so much deadened down is this mostly forested area that we're talking about This heavy forest. Read for in white for as much as eight feet in diameter. And Bark Beetle infestations probably killed a third of that forest and Ecorse was. Caused by not not too much water much hotter temperatures in the last ten or fifteen years. and. So we have a lot of lot of fuel out there in the forest. You you focused a lot clearly on the evacuation is everybody out safely so far as you know from your area of responsibility. Absolutely. We made several passes through our small community. And we verified that everyone was gone, and then at that point, we had lots of strike teams which are groups of fire engines each. Totaling about thirty five engines by about two PM. At which time is started releasing our personnel to get their families and get out. So right now, the the only members of our fire department, our one company officer, which we will keep their throughout the battle. But it's simply not safe to be there. Well this helps to explain number that we've been hearing the past couple of days we're told this fire is zero percent contained. Is this a circumstance and of course, it's true of all wildfires to some extent circumstance where it's abundantly clear that the massive -ness of dead vegetation that you've described that the extreme dryness means that you really this is something that is beyond human control. At this point I think that's a that's a good statement. I don't know what the future of Huntington Lake is. But at this point to it does not look good. Has. The fire actually reached the the what had been the settled area of Huntington Lake. Yes. We have loss cabins of on the western end of the lake. All communications are down into the area I am not there at this moment. So it's very difficult to get serious information but about six PM last night, all crews were pulled out to about the middle of the lake. And we don't know if they re engaged or not. You said, all crews have been pulled out to the middle of the lake. Do you mean that they went out on the water? No. Okay this is copulated on the north side of the lake, and so a mid mid way on the shore you retreat retreated to a more defensible place is what you're saying. Thank you for much much better said, yes, Gotcha Gotcha I want people to know if they don't that you are as you describe it a brother in the Catholic church maybe a layman would think of you as a monk that is another thing that you do besides volunteer firefighting for twenty two years. How does that inform the way that you think about an event like this? Well you know I'm a teacher at Saint Mary's College and I've worked with kids since probably nineteen seventy. So it for me, it's all about caring people and touching hearts and. It's it's that center of people that I worry about the most you can rebuild cabins and you can go somewhere else but it's the people. So you know just a a little. Thirty second bit for you. Yesterday morning, I drove by a cabin and made a PA announcement directly to people about you need to get out now. Yesterday I called her and told her cabin was gone. And she shared with me that are great. Grandfather that cabin in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty. And her grandmother talked about the moments out playing in the woods and collecting pine cones and. As she broke into tears. I. Thought. How many stories like this am I going to be hearing? And how hurtful this all is. Income on their summer cabins, they gotTA someplace to go, but it's the hurt and the loss and. Tens of thousands of girl and boy scouts that. Were at Huntington. And Church camps and private Anson. There's so many lives. So many memories that probably won't be there in the future. So for me, that's what it's about. It's about the people. And all the all the loss. Donnelly thanks very much for your insights. I really appreciate it and we'll continue following the news to see if you begin to reach a point where you're able to battle back. Well, we'll look for that moment to. Chris Donald is chief of the Huntington Lake Volunteer Fire Department, one of many areas in California facing massive
Crews Battle California's Creek Fire During Massive Rescue Operation
"And campers in the Sierra National forests have Their evacuation routes cut off by the fast moving Creek fire case. CBS's Kathy Novak is reporting live from Fresno. She says military choppers are attempting to rescue people again tonight despite heavy smoke. We check in with her right now, Kathy tells the latest. Gonna try it live. The military choppers are trying again to get out there to rescue more than 50. Hikers and campers who have been trapped for days out in that massive creek fire they've been unable to do so yet. They're using night Didn't now Here's an update from the far Battalion trees. Fresno City Fire Department Tony S. Kapita last few days we've been trying to During the day there would be safer. It is not for not because of the heavy smoke conditions. These thes these helicopters, they just can't land. And they need a big Good friends to land safely. And they say, and they're they're really experienced. Pilots, and they just couldn't do it. Have you said update tonight that one fatality has been reported. Among the people who are trapped in the pills. The first night attempt was made about an hour, so it's hoped with that night vision. That rescue crews are able to facilitate a rescue. Like the one that we saw Amanda Cole reservoirs unite to go where people were successfully airlifted out of that lake area. As for the fire itself, it isn't a rune and burned more than 135,000 acres. And still 0% contained
New York City Fire Department increases size of memorial wall for rising number of 9/11 illness deaths
"And wise and to increase the size of its memorial wall at its Brooklyn headquarters. It's preparing to add another 27 names of firefighters, MTs and paramedics. Who have died of illnesses linked to breathing toxins at ground zero after the terror attacks, the names will be added during a ceremony on Wednesday, 343 F D N y members died on 9 11. And now another 226 steps to come to cancers and related illness since
Los Angeles - More Outages Possible After California ISO Declares Stage 2 Emergency For Second-Straight Day
"Heat advisory for another day. Spare the Air Day for the 19th consecutive day, and it will be continued hot tomorrow. Good evening. I'm Curtis Kim. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening. This just in the States Independent System operator has declared a stage two emergency for this evening and is asking California residents to continue their conservation efforts. Calisto says in a tweet that power grid conditions remain tight. But thanks to conservation, no outages have been called just yet The increased winds has lent a hand edging up production. The genie is warning, However, the thousands of customers with that company might get their power turned off by tomorrow night. KCBS reporter Melissa call Russ has more on what could be the first PS PS event. Of the year. Winds in the forecast could bring high fire danger. So PG and E has issued a public safety power shut off watch, meaning the utility as advising customers, it might cut their electricity. The potential Monday evening PS PS could impact approximately 103,000 customers in portion of 17 counties throughout our service area. PG and e spokesperson Katie Allen says that includes some homes and businesses in Napa and Sonoma County's while she emphasizes that the company hasn't called for a PS PS yet She says customers should be prepared for any outage planned or otherwise heat those phone numbers handy of the hospital Fire Department. Police also always keep battery operated flashlights and radios and extra batteries on hand. Other nonperishable food items that don't require cooking. Alan says. PG and E has been working to improve the PS PS program over the last year and will on Ly cut off power as a last resort safety measure.
Dozens rescued by military helicopters in California fire
"60. People were rescued with military helicopters in President County last night as a fast moving fire jumped the San Joaquin River and blocked the only escape route for a campground where people were sheltering. The creek Fire first broke out Friday night. It's already spread to over 36,000 Acres. California National Guard Blackhawk helicopters were used to evacuate people from the mammoth pool reservoir. Fresno Fire Department says two people were severely injured. 10 more were moderately injured. The fire remains at 0% containment.
Dozens rescued by military helicopters in California fire
"More than 60. People were rescued with military helicopters in Fresno County last night as a fast moving fire. Jump the San Joaquin River and blocked the only escape route for a campground where people were sheltering the creek Fire first broke out Friday night. It's already spread over 36,000 acres. California National Guard Blackhawk helicopters were used to evacuate people from the mammoth pool reservoir. The Fresno Fire Department says two people are severely injured. 10 moderately
Missing Los Angeles Firefighter Likely Victim Of ‘Violent Kidnapping’ In Mexico, Officials Say
"Development development of the disappearance of the disappearance of a Los Angeles of a Los Angeles firefighter firefighter in Rosarito, in Rosarito, Mexico. Mexico. The head prosecutor The head prosecutor in Baja in California, Baja California, and and L. L. and and A A mayor mayor L. L. Eric Eric A A mayor mayor Garcetti. Garcetti. Eric Eric Garcetti. Garcetti. You're You're both both You're You're saying saying both both that that saying saying it it appears appears that that it it Francisco Francisco appears appears Francisco Francisco Aguilar Aguilar Aguilar Aguilar was was likely likely was was that that likely likely victim victim that that of of a a victim victim violent violent of of a a kidnapping kidnapping violent violent kidnapping kidnapping he he was was he he last last was was heard heard last last from from heard heard about about from from two two about about weeks weeks two two ago ago weeks weeks when when ago ago he he went went when when to to his his he he condo condo went went to to his his in in condo condo Rosarito, Rosarito, in in Rosarito, Rosarito, just just south south just just of of Tijuana Tijuana south south of of Tijuana Tijuana to to check check on on to to the the check check property. property. on on the the property. property. Investigators Investigators Investigators Investigators say say there there are are say say signs signs there there are are of of signs signs violence violence of of violence violence at at the the condo condo at at the the condo condo and and surveillance surveillance and and surveillance surveillance cameras cameras show show cameras cameras people people show show people people inside inside inside inside the the unit unit the the unit unit and and a a gill gill and and are are a a being being gill gill are are forcibly forcibly being being forcibly forcibly taken. taken. Mayor Garcetti Mayor Garcetti spoke about spoke the development about the development during his during news briefing. his news briefing. We will work We tirelessly will work tirelessly to make sure to make sure that Frank that Frank is returned is returned safely. safely. That this That this is somebody is somebody who has put who has his put life his life on the line on for the line us, for us, and we will do and we will everything do everything in our power, in our power, working together working with together the Mexican with the Mexican government government through our state through our Department state Department as the city as of the Los city Angeles of Los Angeles and with our local and with our council local general council from general from Mexico. Mexico. To ensure To ensure that law that enforcement law enforcement in Mexico in Mexico has whatever has support whatever support it needs, it needs, and if this message and if this gets message to gets anybody to anybody who would dare who kidnap would dare kidnap Angeleno Angeleno who serves who serves the people the of people Los Angeles. of Los Angeles. Let him go Let him go and make sure and make that sure he is that able he is to safely able to safely return return to our to city our city and to his and family. to his family. And your bar And is your a bar 20 is a year 20 veteran year veteran of the L. A of the Fire L. A department Fire department who served who in served the Army in before the Army becoming before becoming a firefighter. a firefighter.
Houston firefighters save construction workers dangling on high rise platform
"Dramatic rescue In Houston today, A platform collapsed near the top of a high rise and put two window washers stuck at the top. Houston Fire Department tweeted about it, saying the members of the high rescue team had to repel from the roof with ropes to secure them. As they dangled on the platform. They brought the workers safely inside through a
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"The fire department and they come. They take pictures. They look and they leave. This man in Queens had a tree fall on his house. He was told it would be over three weeks before crews could remove it. I couldn't believe it. 23 days unheard off. Come on, Just throw a tarp on it. You'll be fine. We'll get to you when we can. That is awful. Here's an interesting story, A place where many women turned for creative ideas is now in the spotlight for gender discrimination. After a tight lipped departure in April, we now know why the former female CEO of Pinterest left the company. In a lawsuit filed against the social media giant largely used by women, Francoise Brogger revealed she was fired after speaking out about gender bias. She says she was excluded from important meetings and paid less than her male peers. The San Francisco based company has already been accused of racial discrimination by some of its former black and Ploy Ease, pinchers says they're conducting a review of its policies, least. Matteo CBS News Medical News this morning a new Vaping danger for young people. Doctors say lung damage from Vaping substantially increases the risk of covert 19 and teenagers and young adults. That's according to a study at Stanford University's School of Medicine. It found young people who used e cigarettes, where 5 to 7 times more likely to be infected than those who did not his CBS correspondent Naomi Rackham. And sixties singer and Dallas native Trini Lopez has died due to complications from covert 19 get more on that from CBS correspondent Peter King Treaty. Lopez.
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"Arlington fire department the Texas department of state health services and Tarrant county public health are all sending teams to the masonic retirement center the test all residents and staffers it comes after seventy seven year old resident Patrick James died of covert nineteen just days after contracting the virus James is the first Tarrant county resident to die of the corona virus no there was confusion as to whether the testing would happen as governor rabbit in Tarrant county public health director Vineet Taneja seem to give conflicting information yesterday on what testing would take place Andrew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD now governor Abbott is postponing the runoff primary election until July fourteenth that's the same date as the special election for the Texas state Senate district fourteen the run off election was set for may twenty sixth governor Abbott is postponing it as part of the efforts to deal with the spread of the corona virus he says holding the runoff in may would cause the congressional a congregation of large gatherings of people in the confined space early voting will begin July sixth scientists are hard at work in the wake of the corona virus there's been talk about using an old malaria drug called Tory quit Dr Peter Hotez dean of the national school of tropical medicine at Baylor college of medicine says it's being studied as well as different antiviral that have been used for other viruses like Ebola and HIV I can't say it's low hanging fruit but the slower than some of the other things that we're trying to do was to develop brand new drugs or even vaccines like we're doing he says it should be a priority to develop these drugs as a treatment and a preventative measure to be given to health care workers before they see patients protesters of large numbers of doctors and nurses get sick it would be extremely destabilizing barber towards news radio ten eighty KRLD now supporting local restaurants right now is a tall order literally in a fort worth police say they're ready to rise to the occasion they are really feeling the pain restaurants and small businesses across DFW are shutting down their dining rooms and switching to delivery mode and sergeant Manny Ramirez says they're hurting Ramirez as president of the fort worth police officers association and he says he's ready to step up and help time and time again may step up before taxes and we feel like we've got the opportunity now to step up to them the nearest says starting today the fort worth P. away is buying hundreds of bulk meals every day from local for birth restaurants not only to feed officers but to support what he calls the backbone of the fort worth community Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD testing telemedicine and mental health these are the latest information that we have in the fight against covert nineteen and it's the subject of our latest podcast all you to do is download K. R. L. D. endep said radio dot com or wherever you get your podcasts we'll take a look at the roadways people trying to get home this.
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"This is how the Barden county fire department celebrates a hero five year old noble woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning for sure scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that we know what jumped into action what did you do at our house my name is he got lily and their dog to safety by climbing out a window then ran to a neighbor's house to get help rescue in the rest of his family still inside the Kingston Georgia home they were sleep at the time I had no idea the house from fire service quicken brave acts of say the entire family I always wanted to be a superhero but now he says he wants to be a police officer are you happy everyone's okay yeah news of no was her roads have reached the governor's office in Georgia he is actually being invited with his family down to the state capitol where the Senate will honor him for his bravery very soon this is CBS news radio CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman and your C. E. O. radio word for the day is share wrapped in French it means a cart chariot giant and we're working on major projects to try to get a consensus among the various stakeholders designers like Chris height at the Florida based landscape architecture firm Dicks heightened partners often do Sharett designers think of it as putting up your best idea and then throwing it into the cart as it passes by you start with nothing blank piece of paper all the background information all the stakeholders input and then you draw in front of the stakeholders or they go away for a few hours they come back in it on the wall they throw out thoughts and ideas and it gets you to a point where there's consensus around the design direction now rewarding is it to have that first design concept putting something up on the wall and saying what you think about this yet you know the whole process kind of informs where the design is going to go and then it's kind of fun to be the conduit through which the design happens there's an entire sure read full of CEO radio with radio dot com I'm ray Hoffman the reputation of the justice department is in question as Attorney General William Barr faces accusations he was influenced by president trump to intervene in the Roger stone case last week bar stepped in to reduce the sentencing recommendation for the former trump campaign adviser this came after the president criticized the original recommendations on Twitter all for prosecutors in the case have since resigned in protest bar is also pushing for a lighter sentence for the president's former national security adviser Michael Flynn in twenty seventeen Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI but he has since complained he was misled during his questioning Democrats and some former justice department officials are now calling on bar to resign the Attorney General has pushed back on claims he was influenced but has urged the president to stop tweeting here's what Barr said in and interview Thursday public statements and tweaks made about the department a bad or people in the department are our men and women here about cases pending in the department at about judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job to make sure the court and the prosecutors in the in the department that we're doing our work with integrity Mr trump responded on Twitter by first quoting the Attorney General saying the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case but he added this doesn't mean that I do not have as president the legal right to do so Molly Hooper is a CVS and political contributor she joins me now from Washington Molly there is new fallout over the Roger stone case more than eleven hundred former DOJ official signed a letter Sunday calling for bars resignation what does that signal about the reputation of the justice department well that's a good question and I think that in terms of of what I cover Congress is going to be looking into this they already have bill Barr coming up in front of the the house Judiciary Committee at the end of March to discuss to discuss these recent revelations and you know perhaps we'll see the Senate Judiciary Committee get involved among clear on that at this point but really it is something that Congress is concerned about especially when you have you know some Democrats calling for yes what impeachment again but this time of William Barr so we shall see it just it looks like bill Maher's trying to take steps to alleviate any of those concerns by you know in that interview that was that was broadcast on Thursday the B. C. but at the same time it's unclear how this is going to impact the effectual is working at the DOJ what is cpars job at stake you know I think it depends on when you ask that question but keep in mind meaning what time of the year and what's going on politically you keep in mind that if bill Barr if the president decides to remove bill Barr the problem will be who's going to replace him with so again it's not just a matter of you know what's going on with the president it's also what's happening in terms of people like Mitch McConnell what what the president's hearing from Mitch McConnell because the carnal does not want to lose his status as Majority Leader and he has a number of Republicans up for reelection in the Senate who are no longer able states and again third president trump we'll see but even last week Mitch McConnell said maybe he should listen to William Barr and quick tweeting what is the latest on the relationship between the president and his Attorney General well it's so that they're certainly mixed reporting about this because I've heard in some circles well maybe this is something that the president signed off on to give bill Barr a little bit of breathing room because he really is getting hit hard by Democrats on Capitol Hill especially on the house side Annette hearing that's coming up at the end of March is not going to be fun for William Barr he's going to get a lot of questions on his his his explanation of the milk Mahler report how you describe it initially he's also going to face pushed back on the Roger stone all these other issues that have come out in addition to assigning new councils are outside counsel to look into cases that Ms investigations of already sort of been you know front and the purpose is closed so he's going to get a lot of heat by those Democrats and the this recent you know interview on Thursday with ABC's sort of gives like I said William bar a little bit of breathing room to sort of you know what Democrats cool off can not feed into this these calls to impeach him what's on Twitter at CBS radio it's the new family car this is Jeff to work with the Kerr chronicles test drive that was the impression I had after a week in the Chevy equinox the compact utility segment is now the heart of the market and the equinox feels just right starting price of the low twenties but they let me try out a fully loaded premier tram that pushed forty now for that money it was fully loaded with a very nice interior he even had a relatively rule be heated rear seats driving dynamics are pretty nice it's quiet with a pretty decent audio system my complaints are minor like maybe the wireless charging area should be covered sure the sequel ox is the definition of a twenty first century family vehicle let's give it a full five stars with the car chronicles test drive I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news only radio news apps for breaking news CBS news radio the head of the World Health Organization said that it was impossible to predict which direction this corona virus now named Kovin nineteen will take the death toll around the world stands at over one thousand six hundred and sixty efforts are underway in Yokohama Japan to evacuate Americans from the diamond princess cruise ship CBS news foreign correspondent Deborah pata is at the scene it was supposed to be a see the cruise around Asia instead all passengers of scene for more than a week on medical staff in hazmat suits the diamond princess is being quarantine here in Yokohama for nearly ten days now not for many of the nearly four hundred Americans on board that ends today they pack their bags ready to go home the situation on board deteriorated this weekend with more than three hundred and fifty confirmed infections all of those over fourteen are Americans buses started arriving at the harbor area today and have taken the U. S. citizens to Haneda airport in Tokyo they will fly out to the early hours of the morning local time passengers who show any symptoms of the corona virus will not be allowed to fly but there's a catch once home everyone evacuated from the ship would have to undergo another fourteen days of quarantine in the U. eight Han China the crisis in the center increasingly draconian methods are being used to contain the virus the front door of the family suspected of being infected is welded shot here emergency workers spray disinfectant inside offices as workers just sit at their computers China has been criticized for its lack of transparency in the initial stages of the outbreak but it's hope that'll change with the arrival in Beijing of a multinational team of experts from.
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"The only person inside the plane the only county fire department reported that the aircraft has been destroyed at this woman witnessed the crash that just go right into the side of the the plane crashed about five miles north of van Nuys airport edited just taken off from the airport as well as described as a home built TM one thunder Mustang a man suffering from critical injuries but his mother is reportedly in stable condition after they were both shot by robbers last night at an apartment in Pomona the robbers still on the loose police say it happened in the parking lot outside the complex on when a Vista Avenue near eight street at about ten o'clock no descriptions of the robbers gads police eager to hear from anyone who might be able to offer them any tips there's something new this weekend on the sidewalks of highland park's north Figueroa corridor police shoe leather every weekend to officers will walk the beat even though the LAPD says there's been no increase in crime in the area that's led some of the neighborhood like Stephen to say the new police visibility it's really about gentrification it's here to intimidate long term residents and make new term residence feel safer but thirty year restaurant owner Carlos Lopez told CBS to he welcomes the new patrols I think it's going to help improve response for many things that ever let need their attention basically not just crime but even like they mentioned in the face to face with the business owners like myself the new Highland Park for patrols began in the afternoon they wrap up around eleven PM on weekends councilman Joel or guilt to DO secured have million dollar Ellie city grant to fund the foot patrols for two and a half years two teens who are seventeen at the time of their crimes got probation after admitting to vehicular manslaughter it had what it has to do the street racing crash that killed a man and his dog in San Marino the boys also have to take part in works services and hospital and morgue programs and write a letter of apology they collided Wall Street racing on July fourth one of the cars lost control and slammed into a forty nine year old Gabriel Chris Paul and his dog Nino both died at the scene crystals girlfriend was running several yards behind them and was not hurt heard this is still a shock Christie novel Snyder is a friend of the couple who spoke at the sentencing she has so many unanswered questions unfortunately she's never going to you know get the answers as to why she lost both of her life and she's obviously traumatized Snyder says she's felt both angry and sorry for the boys and notes there will never be enough justice to bring back her friend he had the best back I was always positive he was always happy he literally live life to the fullest not that he said he wanted to do I just keep asking myself like gosh why him like he was just loved by everyone the boys have not been publicly identified because our miners Claudia pesky tie KNX ten seventy newsradio five thirty three right now San Diego county Republican congressman Duncan hunter under growing pressure to follow through on his promise to resign his seat he pled guilty last month to federal charges of using campaign money for personal expenses at the time hunter said he give up his seat in Congress shortly after the holidays but still he hasn't set an exact dates one of the other Republicans use now hoping to replace them says hunter has been unfair to voters by delaying his resignation past the deadline when the governor could call for a special election before the March third primary flu season in southern California could be a little different this year we have a different strain showing up earlier than expected normally influenza a the more severe love predictable type is detected first with the milder influence of be emerging from March through April Dr Michael danio who works two separate area emergency room says have been seeing a spike of influence of the patients coming in at twice the normal level the center for disease control says this is being seen nationally as well Daniel says the best way to avoid getting sick this early flu shot usually takes you know two weeks to kick in full strength so we even now you still recommend everybody in the family get their vaccine because it will protect against a and B. zinc you're already getting the flu a trip to your doctor in the course of prescription Tama flu is your best chance of avoiding a couple of miserable days in bed P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio ten to late for that top local stories well now you can rewind KNX on the radio dot com AB are you going to do is favorite K. an axe and take us with you anytime anywhere coming up we're going to have the latest with the tensions between the United States and Iran that's just about two minutes away it's five thirty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years Tim green wood let's start this time around talking about coming home from playing in the snow yeah if you're southbound on the fifteen you'll find lots of companies south of Victorville pretty much from the three ninety five junction down past the one thirty eight down to the to fifteen fifteen split there on the north edge of San Bernadine now but if you are headed to the mountains tomorrow to play or ski or mess with your snowboard congratulations we have no chain requirements on highway thirty eight or a team or one thirty eight or two yeah they're all very well behaved right now just enough sunshine to get everything off the road and safe so you can get there tomorrow if you are headed there north on the five up through the grapevine things are very well behaved but by now you know that north on the fourteen we have a difficulty all day right there at new hall Avenue they are just letting traffic trickle by just a little to get past the closure and a crash that happened it's a lot of difficulty but it's no longer champ back to the five so it's no longer the complete test of patience that it was Hollywood freeway complete test of patience southbound from western into downtown jammed very heavy right now next traffic report five forty five I'm Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often okay and extend seventy newsradio everyday low it's going to be in the upper forties tomorrow mostly sunny highs right about seventy degrees the Santa Ana winds are returning.
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"The fire department and its state and federal partners in the clean up will be at the site round the clock seven days a week we are staying ever vigilant and quite literally standing between the hazard and our neighbors at Philadelphia energy solutions Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio police blame a combination of speed alcohol and distracted driving for crash earlier this month that killed a forty one year old Norristown that story from our suburban bureau chief Jim Miller look kisha recette was on a motorcycle heading north on the Norristown on route two oh two on the Dan our bridge over the school river when she was hit from behind investigators say rich that was thrown about seventy four feet then run over by the S. U. V. and trapped underneath it she was pronounced dead at the scene that have been around for forty five August fourth prosecutors say the driver of the SUV Courtney Clinton told investigators she'd been out celebrating our twenty seventh birthday a criminal complaint says she told them she done several shots of tequila and was sipping champagne while in the car the complaints so she was going about seventy in a forty five mile per hour zone which he hit rush at and she says she was turning off for GPS she's facing homicide by vehicle DIY and related charges with the preliminary hearing set for next month in Norristown Djemba work Kay what about you news radio in other legal news this morning Philadelphia prosecutors say they're going to appeal see the judge's decision to foster are just against the trash truck driver accused of killing a biker two years ago that story from our crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannson.
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"Fire department says it has knocked it down it started as a grass fire off or didn't drive south of lower Azusa road and quickly spread to some wooden pallets crews were able to keep the flames from taking out a warehouse LA police intensifying the efforts to find the man responsible for a fatal attack on a long time due to view pre employee last week in downtown LA central division homicide detectives are level expanding their search for video images of the man they believe attack Julius run this last Tuesday they're also called me the homeless in campus of the downtown area in the believe the suspect be try to blend in with the crowd to disappear LAPD detectives have released images of the suspect a male African American in his twenties to thirties five for about a hundred fifty pounds who was wearing a white tank top shorts a black tennis shoes at the time of the assault no motives but given for the attack and to actors are reluctant to give out any more information for now for fear of compromising a possible arrest and prosecution in downtown LA P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio Anaheim police are looking for people connected to a drug lab explosion and fire in a strip mall surgeon Darren Wyant tells can exit appeared someone was trying to extract THC from cannabis plants and a business on south Euclid St error to people apparently living in the commercial structure the time which is to say that one person ran on foot with extreme burns over their body and we're sorry seeking that person now nobody is turned up in a hospital or anything and they will need medical treatment he says police are looking for a man who might be associated with the business that man was arrested following a similar drug lab explosion in twenty sixteen it's unclear if the man is the same person who was seen running away allegations of public safety and licensing violations led to charges being filed against three night clubs in Hollywood the Los Angeles city attorney's office has filed sixty criminal charges against the owners and operators of project Los Angeles list scorpion and rusty Malik which recently closed in that location realize it in several fights resulting in LAPD having to intervene city attorney Mike fewer and one incident from maybe a half ago in which in twenty seventeen in which there was loitering allow media Lee and chase and Savannah location and some one of the lawyers was standing and murdered he says their goal is not to be punitive for the sake of being punitive it's to improve safety and the quality of life the charges filed include admitting miners inadequate security excessive noise and operating without valid permits Margaret Carrero can extend seventy newsradio we've been unable to reach representatives of the night clubs for comments for twenty five look at your money here's a re missile miking Karen it's been a tough year for the world's second biggest movie market attendance is down in China.
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"Smoke Sacramento. Fire department responded to the grass fire, which started around twelve thirty pm near the intersection of jubilee street and real yachts boulevard north of the ice street bridge. The fire was contained an extinguished by one PM. There's a growing concern about the use of illegal fireworks in Sacramento with the fourth of July just a week away. The Sacramento metro fire department reminds residents to report illegal firework activity, that vice people to keep an eye out for those using illegal, fireworks and remind them, that those products are not allowed I it was Starbucks now Pete's coffee half announced it would be closing midtown location, the peace on the eighteen hundred block of nineteenth street will be pouring. His last lot Tate in October accompany, rep. Tentative tells us into the decision was original adjustment to their coffee bar presents earlier this week word came the Pete's biggest competitor Starbucks was closing his midtown location on Jay street, Cindy, Chon news ninety three point one. K. F. B. K. Taking a look at traffic out in Sacramento area, we do have a collision fifty westbound on the sixteenth street off ramp. It was taking up the two left lanes are both lanes. But it appears that right lane is now open their Arto trucks at the scene taking these cars off. So if there was a bit of a backup at should be clearing momentarily fifty westbound just before the I five connector, there was a stalled car on the shoulder, and there should be someone retrieving car momentarily, as well and capcity freeway in the westbound direction. Look out for a stalled vehicle that sitting in the two middle lanes. Traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings.
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"The fire department in Baltimore City. And I think there's a couple of what engine houses realm that are shutting down or whatever it is. Because I was doing other things at the time. And he could probably tell you more about it. The fire department story rob a couple of houses are going to be shutting down or some engines out of service, or what does that was a couple of fire units north west Baltimore ran out of service. According to the Baltimore Sun report this morning, Frank. But fire officials say there's. They're prepared well equipped to deal with emergencies. Nonetheless, see we had a someone Texas your this morning saying the state of apparatus in the city. Fire department is desperate trucks are breaking down with no parts of edible. Reserve operatic. Is in deplorable condition. Shame of the Baltimore City fire department, and then it goes on to say in a subsequent. Techs. Don't by the city fire departments entered that services will not be affected. They are putting two firefighters in an SUV handling minor emergencies. But they have no firefighting equipment and do not replace a ladder truck on a house fire. So apparently, there's more to it than what meets the eye right now. Anytime you you, you know, I don't know if this is true or not. But if it trucks are breaking down there. No parts. This sounds like what the military was going through having equipment breakdown, especially on planes, and what have you and not having the parts, you know, to prepare them. You're right. The city is losing its tax base. And and you know, there's not that much money coming in anymore to afford the things that they actually need something done about Baltimore City. It was a great city at one time. Not. So right now has the makings of one. Not not so bright now. Hey, by the way, if you have a house for sale, you can go out there and get any agent whatsoever to put a sign in your yard. And then they you know, they go about their business and keep their fingers crossed and hope for the best with Vinny studio. He goes so far beyond that. It's not funny, then.
"fire department" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"It's you know, it's kind of like ROTC for the fire department because it gets them experience and trained up for when they want to go in apply for the fire department. And you know, these guys are the ones that you see on the hillsides full in like dual Royds brush move. Yeah. Brush removal and doing fire lines with the chainsaws and everything it's really cool. It's really. Cool. They need some better camera work, or at least learn how to focus on some scenes, but for the most part, it's it's a really cool story. And you learn a lot about the LA fire department. So then if you're in LA highly recommend checking it out, or if you're into the fire department scene, it's pretty cool in this this short videos at like, ten minutes, and they're just gives you a nice behind the scenes for the people. You see all the time. And it's funny because there's one on the air service. And they've got to like these two choppers. Four choppers that they rotate through but one of them flew over my house yesterday. And I just waved at him. 'cause like keep going guys. They did a good job. All right. Hey, LA fire department. And if you guys wanna start a podcast to bog casting guys that could help you with that. Yep. For money. Not just the library. After finishing two thousand one. I did what I said we should never do which is followed up and read more. But it's there's a caveat here. I've read all these before. So it's not quite the same thing. Yeah. It's kind of like revisiting an old friend, and it'd been a long time. So I read twenty ten space odyssey book to by Arthur c Clarke and thoroughly enjoyed it. I really liked the intros that he has written for them. Now, those are quite old as well. But at the time when he booked came out it was new it was like he reviewed based basically what they got. Right. And what he got wrong about the science up until that point as far as things are known, which is really kind of an interesting perspective of the author. Go back and say when I wrote this we thought this this turned out to be true. This didn't so the intros in and of themselves are worth it's. But the book itself was great. I really enjoyed it so much so that I'm on twenty sixty three space odyssey book three now. Of course, you are. Of course, you are little holiday Rita. Hey, they're actually uplifting. It's nice to some of this all modern Sifi tends to be really dark, right? And but these older scifi classics. Most of them are actually rather uplifting. Oh, you mean the murder about series isn't a pick me up. No. Yeah. So it's kind of nice to go back to some of this more classical Sifi where we're there was good outlook on life for the most part. And it's again, the pick the pick me up thing continues. Okay. That's good. That's good. I read the end of Alzheimer's the first program to prevent on me up. Actually, it's quite a pick me up the first program to prevent reverse cognitive decline by Dale Bredesen's and fantastic book. Lots of really interesting stuff that have has been tried in you know, in trials to help reverse cognitive decline, which is you know, relevant to my interests. So I actually went out and got the kindle version as well. As I listened to the original on audible, and I went and got the kindle version because there's a lot of protocols in there for different vitamins and things like that. So now, I can annotate it and bookmark it and go back to it in my kindle app, either on the phone or the computer, but I do have to recommend if anybody's never used the kindle app on your on your MAC, you can do really good..
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"By the way. On my Instagram account. I I don't take. I I know I'm supposed to. Take lots of photos of everything I'm where I'm going and what I'm doing and all that. But. I just I I don't know maybe call me old fashioned. But so we were walking by. One of the fire houses here in New York over the weekend, and it it's it's ladder number eight, which means nothing to you. I know but this firehouse it has been vacant for a long time. It's been empty and that's the firehouse. It was an empty firehouse fire department of New York was not using it that years ago. That's where they filmed Ghostbusters where they had the Cadillac ambulance and all that stuff that was in there. And anyway, the the Ghostbusters firehouse is a real firehouse. And the fire department has reoccupied it. They moved ladder. Eight into the fire has it's a one door firehouse. And so I took a photo of it. And it's all decorated for Christmas. They've got all the fire houses in New Yorker all jazzed up with wreaths and everything else. So they've got swag. They got read. They got all kinds of anyways. Very pretty. And they've got on the on the. Sidewalk out in front of the fire house. They've got the new York Fire Department logo with a ghost BUSTER logo in the middle of it. And that's painted on the sidewalk out in front. So I took a photo of it and put it on Instagram. It's very cool looking. I got one comment from wonder woman for real said, I wanna live there. I love the thought of converting an old firehouse into a home. Well, it is it's it's a couple stories high. It's one one door firehouse. That's the goal. I don't know. When that when they built this thing, but it had to be back hundred plus years ago. But the fire department is reoccupied it and they've got it all decorated for Christmas. It's the old Ghostbusters firehouse. And I put a photo of it on on my Instagram page, you can find.
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"Fire department routinely answers, the call whether it be a fire traffic accident or a cat. Stuck in a tree? But because of declines in memberships departments have become understaffed. Your local volunteer fire department desperately needs. You can you direct. Traffic install smoke alarm help. At a fundraiser. No matter what skills you have. You can make a difference. You don't have to fight fire to volunteer. Will you answer the call for more information on how you can help? Visit the volunteer firefighter alliance. Support VFAT dot org. We are first for traffic at one thirty eight here's AJ, and we're going to start off with the bay bridge. You are going to see that the four left lanes are closed on the upper deck as you're approaching the island is it because they're starting to put up the Christmas wreath over there. They do have a crane and they're trying to put it right above the tunnel. So they have to shutdown multiple lanes. It's going to be a little bit sluggish as you're making your way into the tunnel. Once you pass the tunnel, though, lanes opened up slightly you'll only have the two left lanes closed, but that continues all the way out to fifth street. Good news is though that's not causing too much traffic after the island. They moving over to the north bay. Not seeing too much going on right now. Just a little bit of a slowdown in sausalito, southbound one zero one after you pass vista point. And it goes all the way out to basically mid span of the Golden Gate Bridge and in Vallejo highway thirty seven eastbound near mare island bridge, you are going to experience a bit of a delay. You lose one lane. Not too many cars over there. So it's just a little bit sluggish on the actual bridge. Same. Goes for thirty seven westbound just a little bit sluggish, but nothing too dramatic your next traffic update. One forty eight on the traffic leader.
"fire department" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"So here I'm, you know, six years of age being with us young adult in my home, and he's basically hearing voices and I'm hearing voices and he screaming at voices and I'm like, looking at people who are not there but are there. So I really thought you guys that for many, many years. I was losing my mind. So looking back at that, that was a total blessing disguise. And how was the total blessing disguises? Because from six years of age until about twenty one twenty two years of age. Every time I saw spirit out of my privilege vision. I would look the other way. So if I saw spirit off to my left, I would turn the other way to the right. I just ignored it and I constantly did that year after year. So I basically disciplined that muscle to turn it off. And then I realized that after the young age of being twenty one twenty two years of age. That I wasn't mentally ill now, some of my Catholic family members think I mentally ill still, but I'm certify ably not. I come from a very, very Catholic family, and I always, you know, make fun of that because both my parents were ministers for the for the Catholic church. So you know, with them both being kind of high up on the hierarchy in the Catholic church. I always tell my lot large audiences. I said, especially for those who are Jewish out there. I say, you know, you guys invented the guilt when we just perfected it. And this is really the truth because that's it is. But all started for me when I was in Hawaii, gave my very verse sitting in Hawaii and I was with a friend now there and he grew up there. So we went back there and we had dinner with one of his friends who was a firefighter for the Honolulu fire department. And so how spirit arranged where he said at the at the dinner table, the firefighter, the Portuguese firefighters sat right next to me and the tables kind of long gated where you know my friend and the man's wife in his two kids sat at the other end. So I kept on. Hearing this voice. I'm like, okay, this is crazy because the same voice I heard when I was six years of age, and I know that when I was in my early twenty s I allowed myself to start being receptive to it again. 'cause I knew that I wasn't losing my mind because getting schizophrenia after twenty one years of age is as next to impossible. So I kept in here in two things. I says, you know, I said, I just have to tell you something, and he goes in his very tough, Hawaiian look firefighter. He basically says, yeah, what is it? And I said, well, I keep on hearing this woman's voice. And I says, I know it's a mother and I said, she keeps on saying, tell you to start grieving over her passing and to start joking around with her again. And that's all I said, am I says the only reason I'm saying this to us because if I do, I know the voice will stop speaking to me. Once I said that this man just broke down crying and it was so hard for him to cry because when his children and his wife looked at him crying, it was a little bit embarrassing for them in a way because they never seen this man ever shed a tear in his life. So. So they basically started getting a little bit of a huddle of a conversation. They didn't want to take part in it because they just want to let him grieve..
"fire department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Few words, and then I'll open it up to whatever questions I can answer at this point. Continues to be a sad day for the city and for the victims and those recovering from injuries and the fear that has plagued too many cities hit home today, and it's hard for it all to sink in. But it really did happen. We will get through this. Together, and we'll have to give extra care to those who are suffering loss. I did have a chance to speak today with leadership of fifth third. Greg Carmichael enrich greater of graders, and they or emotional and their praise of the society police department and the fire department. For the bravery that they showed and preventing additional loss of life. It's clear, and it will be more clear tomorrow. And when the videos are released just how scary the situation was the amount of fear and anxiety that those who had the unlucky wrong place wrong time to be there at that time. This is clearly an act of of grotesque violence to innocent people, and it should frighten all of us, and it's happened too much around this country, and we as a country have got to figure out how to end it. That's all I have at this time. Again, as a city, we just want to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of those that lost their lives sedan this tragic incident. And again is everyone's been given tremendous praise to our police department our fire department and also our emergency communication center did a phenomenal job here today and without their swift and timely and efficient actions. It would have been a lot worse. So we're truly grateful for the way they did today. Thanks. Tower. Person. Salita.
"fire department" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Cake with the manchester fire department there's nothing you have not seen out there and you're dealing with a lot of things like even putting medical emergencies with drug overdoses almost daily strike the almost unfortunate daily basis it's daily it's chris by the way it's done chris too many names here chris just call you mr heke we've gotten that call me whatever you want and by the way you won't give yourself credit for this whole operation safe station was concept you had and firefighters in at boy that's become a model for the nation but let me just go to what are some basics of someone listening who may not know it but this weekend or next week there could be a medical emergency in their home or around them what are some of the first things you want that person to do the first and biggest thing is to remain calm you know we one of the biggest things we we try and stress upon people is that you know someone's going through one of the worst situations that they perceive in their lives whenever they considered to be an emergency and if if you show up or if a lay person shows up and they're just just as nervous and anxious in freaking out as you are a really doesn't make the situation any better so i mean the two biggest things we can stresses obviously call nine one one to get the emergency services there as quick as possible but also to remain calm in the situation which is difficult to do a lot that's why i always think firefighters i don't know if you all agree with me here sometimes the best because paramedics firefighters they've seen it all and i've been a situation and scenes where even as a former ski patrol guy we have to wait for them to come to the mountain on a bad injury they're calm they're cool they they're they're just so i don't want say relaxed but they are just calm under fire and very cool well it's a lot of times it gets to the the swimming dock effect.
"fire department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The carmel fire department and our nicole griffin is live this morning with the firefighters working for you about our continuing summer camp previews nicole this one is probably going to be a lot of fun yellower in good morning while we are here live this morning what ten mcgriff and he's the public information officer from carmel fire department for our viewers who haven't heard of your firefighter for a day camp run me down how it works so this is an awesome campus free for the kids you come out for a day we do it three days so about one hundred sixty kids each day and they come out and kind of get to feel what it's like to be a firefighter we set up several obstacle courses so in the morning they get in the register they start out just like we do a little exercise we stretch out we'll get them warmed up and put into big groups and then after that point we actually send them right out to do some really fun stuff so some courses we do a search and rescue we do a follow the host through a maze that's all smoked up and then at the end of the day we play what's called water ball and it's really awesome it's actually they play a game against the firefighters we we hold actual hose and we push differ balls a big metal ball across it's almost like tug of war and so the kids that's their favorite as we got truck coming in from around this morning we have an example here of one of the things that kids will actually get to do at that camp this morning kinda explain to me what this says and how it works so this is one of our bullock's training screens and it's pretty awesome it can actually so we have we use these for our firefighters and then we use them actually at the camps to so they murali fire and we use water on them so some of them will actually spray water on 'em it puts the fire out or we can use a laser that's on this extinguisher and so they can use the laser just right here to put it out so that way they can put out the real fire and we give them hoses and extinguishers and they do all the whole deal there so.
"fire department" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Hey bed huge fan of the show i've got a vio to max incline waited fitness test that i need to be due for a fire department recruitment process and that was wondering if you had any tips on maybe some potential biohacking or training protocols i can start implementing and my workouts right now to start preparing for this test you're wearing proximate ly sixty pounds worth a year and you have to walk out i think it's a ten percent incline for between twelve to fifteen minutes anything any help would be great man again huge fan really appreciate it thank you have you seen those fire department recruitments tests the fire department recruitment i don't my dad was a firefighter my brother's firefighter those things like they run with these dummies over their shoulders and that have to polish a hose around the ramp building killed things are bad ass i mean you know it's like a spartan stadium right all do respect to firefighters but yeah it's like a spartan stadium is spurting people don't have to wear full gear and boots and a gas mask when they're running around though like the firefighters do this is true yeah no firefighters actually are pretty bad as i'd i hung around a lot of firefighters when that big crops to those guys my dad was a firefighter brothers a firefighter and my dad was actually chief of the the volunteer fire department later on after he quit the city fire department and so whenever there's a big fire out in the county as boys would yet go help and i remember like all these firefighters pull up in their truck and they'd have all their gear on the pulling out their gear and i'd get like a garden hose thrust in my hand i was told to stand over in the corner and make sure the lawn was wetted wearing your board shorts and a hose.
"fire department" Discussed on No Jargon
"What was the situation there yes so this los angeles project was really interesting so i did research that was funded by the kettering foundations on day in ohio and i looked at the la fire department and a partnership that they had with a nonprofit communitybased organisation that was made up of entirely former gang members and it was really unique because the partnership came largely from the fire department in the sense that the fire department realized that there were needs of specific communities in south la that weren't being met in a needed to figure out how better to meet those needs and they realized that partnering with this organization of violence interventionist's would be a way to better meet the needs of the community so as a really innovative way to go about working together to produce a good for the community tear can you talk to me a little bit more about with those specific needs were shores so huts store glee what happened in los angeles in from my understanding it's pretty typical and other fire departments as well when there is an emergency in a neighborhood that is determined to have high rates of violence the los angeles fire department would be dispatched and they would respond but instead of going directly to the emergency they would engage in a practice called staging and what staging means is that they would set up a blocker to away from the emergency they would wait for the police department to respond to secure the scene at once the scene was secured then the fire department would come in this became particularly problematic because in los angeles the fire department is responsible for emergency management services of their ems so they operate ambulances so if there's a stabbing of there's a shooting in the fire department responds if they don't know that the area is secure which makes sense because we want the fought the firefighters to be safe as well they don't go into the situation but what this means is that the person who's been heard.