Tucson police: Hit-and-run knocks out po Tucson
The earlier version of this article mistakenly said that a power outage caused the hit and run crash. A separate incident from the crash was the hit and run crash that caused a power outage. About the same time, and close to each other, the crashes happened.
Friday night, police reported, a car crash caused a power failure on the south side of Tucson. A vehicle hit a pole on East Irvington Road and South Mountain Avenue, resulting in a power outage affecting the intersection between Irvington Road and South Park Avenue and the surrounding area.
Policemen aimed traffic with traffic backed up at the Irvington Road and Park Avenue intersection. Tucson police spokesman Sgt. Pete Dugan said a separate collision involving a truck and a pedestrian occurred on East Irvington Road, near South Park Avenue. The crash caused injuries that were "life-threatening."
According to police, Irvington Road was closed to traffic between Park Avenue and Campbell Avenue. The incident is still being investigated by police. No additional details were released.
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Operating rooms and emergency vehicles are no longer the only places in Tucson to find intravenous hookups. Instead, think of IV lounges with reclining chairs or even a refurbished truck for your next fluid infusion.
Part of a trend followed by Hollywood stars who allegedly spend hundreds per hanging bag, people here are starting to use IV treatments— also known as infusions— for hangovers, to boost athletic performance, or to enhance their teint. So many previous night's cocktails?
The $150 bag is marketed as a way to help the body recover, with a liver "boost" and nausea and pain medicines
In the blazing sun, long walk? Quickly restore the electrolytes. Beauty boost? Get the vitamins and minerals that flow.
In emergency rooms and hospital beds, IVs have long been used to treat malnutrition, or to fight infection or cancer by injecting the treatment right into the blood. It's a way to help a person with severe pain and blood pressure that is dangerously low.
And yet now, as a business venture, IVs are becoming more common. That raises questions as to whether the service offered is worth the squeeze, both on the needle and on the pocket.
TUCSON — Tucson Authorities are investigating and running a fatal hit on the southside of Tucson on Friday, Nov. 1.
Authorities reporting a severe injury hit and run crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian, officers from Operations Division South responded to the area of east Irvington Road and south Campbell Avenue.
Tucson Fire had been on the scene and took Mark Anthony Valenzuela, 59, to the Medical Center at Banner University, where he passed away from his wounds. Investigators with the Tucson Police Traffic Division found that when he was hit, the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk and crossed Irvington Road from south to north.
Once it struck the pedestrian, the car involved was westbound on Irvington Road. The male driver did not stop after reaching the pedestrian and westbound, according to witnesses.
Witnesses reported the vehicle as a big, dark-colored, elevated pickup truck with off-road tires. At the scene, pieces of the metallic navy-blue vehicle are found. The parts of a Nissan Titan Pickup Truck are believed to belong.
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ALENCIA COUNTY, N.M. – Managing a fire without water is what a couple from Valencia County says happened when firefighters on their property responded to a blaze. When responders arrived on the scene, the family says they were relieved, but then frustrated when they were unable to take immediate action.
Amanda Griego claims a fire started out in their backyard workshop on Tuesday afternoon just a few meters from the home of her parents in Valencia County. "That's where our relatives hung out, birthdays spent, we're spending holidays here," says Griego. She claims it was very unprepared for the firemen. No water came from the hose of the truck.
Video describes a firefighter with no stream carrying a hose toward the blaze. "While they make an appearance, you may assume they can save my building, however when they stretch out the hose and all you hear is the truck's winding and nothing comes out, you feel helpless, you feel disappointed," Griego retorted.
Brian Culp, chief of the Valencia County Fire, says the reason no water came out of the truck was that the pump had not been packed. This year, he says it needs to be prepared.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man from Albuquerque led police on a wild chase usually seen only in the films. It caught the entire incident on film.
He began trying to unlock a white truck at a hotel near Coors and Iliff when Albuquerque Police saw Armando Romero back in September. He was found to have a warrant for his arrest by police trying to help him.
They were trying to ask him about it, but he started running into oncoming Coors traffic. In a risky pursuit, Romero led the policeman. Romero managed to run into traffic and even attempted to catch his own multi-car ride. The cop pulled a semi-truck at one point to try and catch up with him.
As a driver pulled over, Romero can be seen struggling to hold a truck. He tried to jump on the back of a pickup truck once the cop spotted him.
Romero has been accused of resisting, evading, or hindering an officer. Court records show that the charges were dismissed as APD was not willing to proceed with the case. Whether they didn't want to go forward is uncertain, but perhaps the state can re-file the charges. The extensive criminal record of Romero includes charges of assault and burglar from 2007.
EL PASO, Texas— Two people were taken into custody on Saturday afternoon after shots were fired at an east shopping center in El Paso, but there were no injuries. At the Hawkins and Montana shopping center. It was unclear what contributed to the gunshots. Two suspects are currently in police custody. Police officers did not offer further information immediately.
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Воодушевленная запахами армянских цветов знаменитая во всем мире американская звезда Ким Кардашян по приезде в Армению начала мыслить о разработке свежих духов.
Об данном звезда сказала, когда выступала в роли лектора на Глобальном конгрессе по энергоинформационным нано-технологиям в Ереване. Ким заметила, как удивлена собственным 2м приездом в Армению."Это замечательная мысль. Что-нибудь, собственно что я ни разу не проделывала. Я была воодушевлена за до того, когда мы двигались на авто по улицам Армении. Я полагаю о разработке парфюма на базе запахов армянских соцветий», — произнесла Кардашян.
Гостья, у которой в инстаграмме более 250 млн. подписчиков, еще высказала, собственно что уезжает в США с 4-мя свежими мыслями. Тайком в ходе лаконичной пресс-конференции, корреспонденты попробовали узнать, какие неплохие анонсы звезда привезла для обитателей страны, о чем намекала в собственном микроблоге намедни собственного визита в Армению. Корреспонденты еще задали вопрос, намеревается ли она начать некий бизнес или же устроить вложения в Армении?
Trans-gender shot dead...
In Madhuban Bapudham area, a trans gander who went out on the morning walk on Sunday was shot by two miscreants riding a bike. There was chaos after shooting the bullet. The injured have been admitted to the hospital. The driver of the Trans Gender has filed a report against four people, nominating two people.
In Kavinagar, 40-year-old trans gender Anchal Madhuban lives in a flat near a water tank in Bapudham. He is accompanied by his driver Omvir and two other trans genders. On Sunday morning, around 6:30 pm, Anchal left for morning walk with his driver Omvir. Meanwhile, four miscreants riding on two bikes came to Anchal and escaped by shooting from behind. A bullet is lying on the hip below Anchal's waist. Omvir then reported the matter to the police.
Police reached the spot and admitted Anchal to Sarvodaya Hospital. Here his condition is said to be out of danger. Omveer said that he is in a dispute over the division of the area with Trans Gender Guddi, a resident of Dasna. There have been controversies many times before this. Complaint was also made with the police in the past. Omveer says that the attackers came with a blanket. He identified two, including Guddi and Munafed. Kavinagar police station in-charge Anil Kumar Shahi says that on Omvir's complaint, a report has been lodged against Dasna resident Transgender Guddi, Munafed and two unknowns. The police are involved in the investigation of the matter. Only then will the accused be arrested.
Pickup truck crashed in divider, 2 injured
On Sunday morning, a pickup divider collided with the overtake on the Agra-Lucknow Expressway. The driver and helper of Muzaffarnagar district were injured in the accident. The condition of both of them is stated to be critical, the police took the injured to the hospital where they are being treated.
The accident occurred near Bhaupura village on channel number 126 of the expressway. Pickup was going to Jaunpur after loading the blankets from Panipat. The driver accelerated to overtake another vehicle near Bhaupura, but the driver could not control. The pickup collided with the divider. The front side of Pickup truck collides with divider.
The driver and helper got trapped caught in the cabin. When the villagers of the nearby village heard the loud sound, they came on the expressway and informed the police and ambulance. Roop Singh and EMT Deepu Gupta, driver of UPDA ambulance, with the help of police and villagers, took the driver and helper out of the cabin. Both were seriously injured. People rushed them to Mini PGI Hospital. Where they are undergoing treatment.
Police said the pickup driver Mohammad Imam Khan and helper Shamshad Ali are both residents of Mirpur in Muzaffarpur district. They were carrying blankets from Jaunpur to Panipat in Haryana.