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May
5

bicycle in Hudson County, NJ | Reviews

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May
5

Man breaks into ex-girlfriend’s Lapeer County house to take vehicle, later crashes it during police chase

ELBA TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Authorities said a man broke into his ex-girlfriend’s house in Lapeer County early Monday, took the couple’s shared vehicle and later crashed it.

The 37-year-old man is accused of breaking into the home on Georgia Drive in Elba Township at 3:34 a.m. He used to live there but moved out last fall when the pair broke up.

He attempted to take his 37-year-old ex-girlfriend’s purse, which had the keys to a 2015 White Dodge Journey inside. Officials said there was a physical altercation that started in the house and continued into the driveway.

The man is accused of hitting the garage then dragging the woman alongside the vehicle for a distance before leaving. She suffered minor injuries and did not want medical treatment.

Authorities said the vehicle was registered to both the man and woman so it was not listed as stolen, but the man had a warrant for his arrest.

The woman told authorities that the man broke into the house alone but when he left the scene, there was a 36-year-old woman from Mount Morris with him.

When deputies learned the man may be in Flint, they informed Flint police. Authorities said there was a pursuit that ended with a crash.

Officials said the man ran a red light at W. Stewart Avenue and Cilo Road during the chase and crashed into a Jeep. The driver of the Jeep is in critical condition.

The man and his passenger, who officials say is a parole absconder, both were treated for minor injuries. They are now in custody.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Lt. Jason Cate at 810-237-6808.

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May
2

Woman killed in 3-vehicle crash near Fresno, Tulare county line identified

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Authorities have identified 39-year-old Rosa Para of Cutler as the woman killed after her vehicle collided with two trucks on Friday afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.

It happened on Floral and Alta Avenues near the Fresno and Tulare county lines.

Officers say a Para was stopped at Floral Avenue and pulled forward in front of an oncoming semi-truck. The truck driver was unable to stop and crashed into her vehicle.

The crash caused the Para’s car to spin out and it collided with a second truck. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

The semi-truck driver was taken to a local hospital, but their condition has not been released.

It’s unclear if the second truck driver suffered any injuries.

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Apr
24

Transportation | Fairfax County Public Schools

The Office of Transportation Services is responsible for providing the safe and efficient transportation of all eligible students to and from schools and school activities each day. To accomplish this monumental task, a team of dedicated routing, safety, and administrative specialists combined with a host of drivers and attendants work together to maintain a high level of service for all of our clients.

Bus Transportation

Our dedicated team works together every day to ensure the safe transportation of our students. Safety is also the reason that we do not post school bus routes and bus stops on our website. If you need that information for your student, you must go in person to the school. Schools will mail bus schedules to families in August of each school year.

If you have concerns about your child’s school bus transportation, speak to the transportation supervisor responsible for your school or call the Office of Transportation Services at 703-446-2000.

For any concerns after hours (after 5:30 p.m.), you will need to contact Safety and Security at 571-423-2000. 

Bus Delay Notification System

Bus with clock imageStay up-to-date on school bus arrivals with FCPS’ bus delay notification system.  This system provides parents with timely notification of late bus route information.  Parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the FCPS Mobile App to receive the delayed bus report. Morning route information will be available until noon. Afternoon bus route information will be available from 1 to 7 p.m.  

E-Notify (BlackboardConnect) email messages will also be sent to announce bus delays.  Need assistance or have questions?  Contact the Transportation office listed for your school. For any concerns after hours (after 5:30 p.m.), contact Safety and Security at 571-423-2000.

Kindergarten Transportation

Kindergarten students who ride the bus in the afternoon are to be met at the bus door and asked for by name by a parent, parent designee, guardian, or a responsible middle school age or higher sibling. Children will be returned to school if the driver has concerns for their safety.

In case of emergencies such as road closures, accidents, or weather related road problems, drivers may use safe transportation-approved alternate locations to pick up or drop off students. If there is not a safe transportation-approved alternative stop, the driver may choose to return to school.

Drivers may also choose to return to the school if they have concerns regarding the safety of releasing a student at a regular stop, or if a child expresses concern for any reason about getting off of the bus.

Walking and Bicycling

Safe Routes to School programs get kids physically active and take cars off the road. In the last 40 years, we have seen student walking and bicycling to school decline from 48% (1969) to 13% (2009). During this same time period, the percentage of parents using Kiss and Ride has increased. The increase in Kiss and Ride users has complicated traffic conditions around many schools and has made it more difficult for student walkers and bicyclists to get

Apr
20

Greene County releases guidelines on vehicle parades

Many are turning to vehicle parades to show their support and love for family, friends and even essential workers on the front lines of the pandemic.

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Public Health Dayton-Montgomery County recently announced guidelines on how to safely organize a vehicle parade. Greene County Public Health is also following those recommendations.

Anyone who chooses to participate in a vehicle parade should do the following:

  • No one who feels sick should participate.
  • All participants’ temperature should be taken before they leave home.
  • One person or household per vehicle.
  • If meeting before the parade, all vehicles and people must remain 6 feet apart.
  • Participants must say in their vehicles at all times.
  • No objects can be passed between vehicles and parade viewers.
  • All traffic laws must be followed.
  • While in residential areas participants should remember that there may be others recovering from coronavirus. Disturbances should be kept to a minimum.
  • Keep in mind that shouting at someone increases the risk of spreading coronavirus.
  • Viewers and participants should wear masks.
  • Viewers must stay out of the street and remain 6 feet apart at all times.
  • Do not physically visit other people’s homes to view the parade unless you are providing help as outlined in the state’s stay-at-home order.
  • No parades should be held at senior living centers, nursing homes or hospice facilities.

Couple caught in their car as tornado sweeps through Jefferson Davis County


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COUPLE CAUGHT IN STORM WHAT THEY SAW AS THE TORNADO PASSED JUST IN FRONT OF THEM. CHIEF METEOROLIGIST DAVID HARTMAN HAS BEEN HERE..TRACKING THESE TORNADOS A CHIEF METEOROLIGIST DAVID HARTMAN HAS BEEN HERE..TRACKING THESE TORNADOS ALL DAY…HE IS HERE

Couple caught in their car as tornado sweeps through Jefferson Davis County


A couple was caught in their car in Society Hill Sunday as a tornado swept right in front of them. Watch the video in the player at the top of this page.

A couple was caught in their car in Society Hill Sunday as a tornado swept right in front of them.

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Apr
14

Shawnee County deputy arrests 3 after vehicle chase ends in crash

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A Shawnee County deputy arrested three suspects after chasing a car that crashed into a parked vehicle in southeast Topeka, the sheriff said Tuesday morning.

Dawud M. Rahman, 18, of Topeka, faces charges including:

  • Felony eluding an officer
  • Felony interference
  • Theft

Kaitlyn A. Johnson, 19, of Topeka, faces charges including:

  • Felony interference
  • Prior felony charges through the Topeka Police Department

A deputy also arrested a 16-year-old Topeka teen, who faces charges of possession of stolen property and drug violations.

The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office said the deputy tried to stop a 2012 Toyota Corolla that Rahman was driving around 2:55 a.m. near Southeast 6th and Rice Road. Rahman didn’t stop and the deputy gave chase. The deputy followed the Corolla to Southeast 29th Street and Colorado Avenue where it struck a parked car.

The deputy reported finding five people in the car, and some tried to run away. They were able to catch everyone in the car with help from Topeka police, and released two occupants at the scene.

Rahman and the minor were treated at a local hospital for minor injuries from the crash with a parked car, then booked into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections and juvenile corrections respectively.

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Apr
14

Transportation | Oswego County Opportunities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation – Transportation to and from medical appointments for individuals deemed eligible under Oswego County’s Medicaid Program.

Call-N-Ride Curb-to-curb transportation for the Elderly and Persons with Special Needs for medical, social or personal business within Oswego County.
 

Medicaid Transportation – OCO is a certified provider of Medicaid transportation. When you call the regional coordination office (1-855-733-9395) to schedule your Medicaid transport, be sure to ask for Oswego County Opportunities to provide your ride.

 

 

Our buses are clean, well-maintained,
and ADA accessible. Our lifts can accommodate
up to 800 lbs. Call with any questions; we’ll be happy to help! 315-598-4713.

 

OCO’s Call-N-Ride bus service is  available free of charge to those ages 60 and over!

Oswego County Opportunities Call-N-Ride bus service is making it easier than ever for the elderly and persons with special needs to travel within Oswego County.  OCO’s Call-N-Ride bus service is available free of charge to those ages 60 and over., although riders are encouragedto contribute to the cost of the services. No one will be denied service due to an inability to contribute.  

Operated through OCO Transportation Services, and funded in part by Oswego County Office for the Aging, the New York State Office for the Aging, rider contributions, and Exelon, Call-N-Ride provides curb-to-curb transportation for the elderly and persons with special needs.  For those ages 60 and over living on fixed incomes the access to safe, cost-free transportation provides them with a new-found sense of freedom of mobility.

“Our Call-N-Ride bus service is available for medical, social or personal business,” said Director of OCO Transportation Services Gary Mashaw.  “Call-N-Ride provides an invaluable service to our communities and we are pleased to now offer this safe, reliable transportation at no charge for those ages 60 and older.  Over the years our number of riders has more than doubled.  The demand is there and we wish to meet it by making it even more accessible.”

This photo shows several members of Oswego County Visually Impaired (OCVI) boarding an Oswego County Opportunities’ Call-N-Ride bus for a lunch outing.

Launched in 1999 when the Vision Network of Oswego County partnered with Oswego County ARISE, Oswego County Visually Impaired, Oswego County Opportunities and the Oswego County Legislature, OCO’s Call-N-Ride bus service allows people who may not be able drive due to vision loss or other difficulties retain their independence. “Call-N-Ride allows them to schedule doctor visits, hairdresser appointments, go shopping, or visit family and friends. They don’t need to rely on others for rides, and they are much less likely to become isolated,” added Mashaw.

Available from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Call-N-Ride operates in Oswego County with a schedule that includes specific days each week, or every other week, in zones that have been established by school district. Click here for the full schedule.

Zone 1 – (Sandy Creek, Pulaski, & Mexico School Districts).  The 1st & 3rd Monday of each month.
Zone 2 – (Fulton School District). Tuesday and Thursday each week.
Zone 3 –

Apr
10

Pedestrian dies in hospital after being hit by car in Spartanburg County, troopers say

UP IN A FEW MINUTES. GEOFF: THANK YOU. A PEDESTRIAN HAS DIED ONE DAY AFTER THEY WERE HIT BY A CAR IN SPARTANBURG COUNTY. TROOPERS SAY THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED ON WOOD STREET, JUST OUTSIDE OF SPARTANBURG AROUND 11:30 P.M. MONDAY. THE PEDESTRIAN WAS TAKEN BY EMS TO A HOSPITAL, WHERE THEY DIED TUESDAY. TROOPERS SAY NO CHARGES HAVE BEEN F

Pedestrian dies in hospital after being hit by car in Spartanburg County, troopers say

John Maurice Wesley died Wednesday morning


A pedestrian died after he was hit by a car in Spartanburg County, according to highway patrol troopers.Trooper Joe Hovis says the accident happened on Wood Street, just outside of Spartanburg around 11:30 p.m. Monday.Hovis says a 2012 Nissan was traveling east on Wood Street, when it hit a pedestrian in the roadway.The pedestrian was taken by EMS to Spartanburg Medical Center, and died Wednesday morning. No charges have been filed, according to Hovis.The coroner identified the victim as John Maurice Wesley, 50, of Spartanburg. He died of blunt force trauma.

A pedestrian died after he was hit by a car in Spartanburg County, according to highway patrol troopers.

Trooper Joe Hovis says the accident happened on Wood Street, just outside of Spartanburg around 11:30 p.m. Monday.

Hovis says a 2012 Nissan was traveling east on Wood Street, when it hit a pedestrian in the roadway.

The pedestrian was taken by EMS to Spartanburg Medical Center, and died Wednesday morning.

No charges have been filed, according to Hovis.

The coroner identified the victim as John Maurice Wesley, 50, of Spartanburg.

He died of blunt force trauma.

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Apr
7

Metrobus Routes & Schedules – Miami-Dade County

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South Dade Transitway, Perrine Shopping Center, Southland Mall, Quail Roost Drive/SW 117 Avenue

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Mall at 163 Street, Jackson North, Miami Avenue, Horace Mann Middle School, NW 2 Avenue, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Metrorail station, MDC Wolfson Campus, Downtown Bus Terminal, Government Center Metrorail station, Main Library, Historical Museum

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Aventura Mall, The Mall at 163rd Street, Biscayne Boulevard, Omni Metromover Station/Bus Terminal, Government Center Metrorail station, Stephen P. Clark Center, Downtown Bus Terminal, Main Library, Miami Art Museum, Historical Museum

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Miami International Airport (MIA) Metrorail station, City of Sweetwater, Dolphin Mall, Miami International Mall, Fontainebleau Blvd., Mall of the Americas, Downtown Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum of South Florida, Miami Art Museum, MDC Wolfson Campus, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Metrorail station

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Florida International University Bus Terminal, FIU South Campus, SW 8 Street west of SW 82 Ave., Coral Way west of 82 Ave (Rt. 8), Westchester Shopping Center (Rt. 8), Little Havana, Calle Ocho, Brickell Metrorail Station, MDC Wolfson Campus

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City of Aventura, Aventura Mall, The Mall at 163rd Street, City of North Miami Beach, City of North Miami, NE 2 Avenue, City of Miami Shores, Govt. Center Metrorail station, Stephen P. Clark Center, Downtown Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum of South Florida, Miami Art Museum

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Skylake Mall, The Mall at 163rd Street, City of North Miami Beach, City of North Miami, NE 2 Avenue, Omni Metromover Station/Bus Terminal

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Florida International University South Campus, FIU Bus Terminal, W. Flagler Street, Mall of the Americas, Little Havana, Downtown Miami, Government Center Metrorail station, Stephen P. Clark Center, Main Library, Historical Museum of South Florida, Miami Art Museum

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Northside Metrorail station, Northside Shopping Center, Liberty City, NW/SW 12 Avenue, Allapattah Metrorail station, Civic Center Metrorail Station, Civic Center, VA Hospital, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital and Clinics, Vizcaya Metrorail station, Mercy Hospital, Coconut Grove

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City of North Miami Beach, The Mall at 163rd Street, NE 6 Avenue, City of North Miami, City of Biscayne Park, City of Miami Shores, City of El Portal, Biscayne Boulevard, Omni Bus