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A FAMILY IN PHOENIX IS HOMELESS AFTER A FIRE BURNED THE HOUSE
A family of four is searching for a new place to live after a smoke has burned the house in the West Valley.
Phoenix rescue crew were called on early Wed for complaints of a flame to a 2 story residence around 83 Avenue and Thomas Street.
They noticed fire rising from the rooftop upon arrival.
Firefighter operated quickly using hose lines to spray the flames.
At one stage it was suspected someone was stuck inside the building, but the resident was discovered safely outside by additional team members.
The reason for the fire was the leak gas pipeline which was fixed by the rescue but the family have to shift due to mass destruction of the house.
MAN MURDERED AT THE PHOENIX APARTMENT COMPLEX FOLLOWING DISPUTE
Phoenix cops are interrogating after a person was shot and killed at an apartment building in early Tuesday morn.
Officers rushed to the housing complex between Interstate Seventeen and Bethany Home Road at about 12:35 a.m., according to Phoenix police. They found a forty-eight-year-old man who had been wounded with bullets before they arrived. He was rushed to the hospital and later he was declared dead.
Investigators learned that the victim had been shot by a person with whom he argued. Cops said the suspect was not yet known, and the inquiry is still underway.
PHOENIX POLICE INVESTIGATING ABOUT NINETEEN YEAR OLD MISSING HIKER
Rescue teams pursue their quest for a nineteen year old teenager who had disappeared during hiking with his friends on Sat.
Rescue starts looking for the guy in the Southern Mountain Park & Preserve area with the aid of Park crew when a mate of the teenager told police that their friend is missed during hiking.
As of Sat at three o'clock in the noon, land & air rescue have not found the lost Teenager.
The Phoenix Police Force will keep looking for the teenager.
This story is developing.
PHOENIX INDIAN CENTER DISTRIBUTES THREE TRUCK OF ESSENTIAL GOODS TO NAVAJO NATION
On May fifteen, the Phoenix Indian Center donated supplies of 3 trucks to thousands of families in many Navajo Nation communities.
On the reservation, which covers areas of New Mexico, Arizona & Utah, many people don't have convenient access to necessities.
On the reservation, a fifty-seven-hour weekend restriction goes into force on May fifteen.
The corona virus struck the country hard, with 3,741 new cases recorded, and 129 total fatalities as of May Fifteen.
This will be their 6th straight weekend restriction and perhaps their most vital businesses will be shut and citizens of Navajo will only be able to get out of the house for health or emergencies.
A MAN IN SOUTH MOUNTAIN BITTEN BY A RATTLESNAKE
Rescuers saved a mountaineer who had been bitten in the calf by a venomous snake on South Peak.
A man in his fifties called rescue and told he was feeling terrible and disorientated, according to Capt. Rob McDaniel with the Phoenix fire dept.
The biting happened as the hiker reached the peak edge.
A flight engineer for the Phoenix FD aircraft had been requested to save the hiker.
Rescue crews use a Phoenix Police Firebird ten to carry the hiker to a safe place off the cliff. He was later taken to the medical facility.
Fire authorities alert the public to take care in both trekking trails and parks, because this is the time of year that snakes become more effective.
ONE DEAD AND TWO SERIOUSLY WOUNDED IN AN ARMORED VEHICLE ACCIDENT
Authorities examine the fatal collision of a loaded vehicle on a Phoenix highway in which 1 individual killed and wounded 2 others.
The truck flipped over & burst into flames on State Route 142 along the Loop 200 highways on Mon noon, authorities stated.
Medics reacted to the accident, reporting that 1 individual was declared dead on the site and that in serious condition 2 other individuals were admitted to a local medical facility.
The expired & wounded individual's identities have not yet been published.
DPS authorities also said the reason for the accident is under interrogation.
TEN YEAR OLD BULLET WOUNDED BOY'S FATHER IS CHARGED
Investigators claim a ten y/o boy's father who was fired outside of an apartment building in Phoenix has been charged.
Phoenix police claim forty-seven y/o Jason Wroten was detained on Mon morning after the kid was struck with a bullet while standing outside the apartment complex between nineteen Street and Peoria.
After a drive-by accident, police say Wroten believed his son was shot, although there is no proof to support his allegations.
The boy has been rushed to a hospital where he is supposed to heal from his wounds.
If anyone has any details or leads relative to this incident, contact the central police of the phoenix department.
SUSPECT ADMITS TO MURDERING WHEN HE IS INVESTIGATED ABOUT ANOTHER STABBING
According to the Phoenix Police office, a male captured as a suspect of wounding a lady in Phoenix admitted to another, deadly attack during an interrogation with police officers Fri night.
Cop claims the guy, named Alen Demond Clarks, has stabbed an unidentified female while sitting in her vehicle for a rail to pass close Phoenix's 51st Avenue & Madison Street. The female suffered moderate wounded.
Upon arriving, Cops stated they had found Clarks easily in the city, recognize & capture him. In a statement, the dept said Clarks "instantaneously" admitted during an interrogation to murdering a 2nd person at a local hotel only Twenty minutes ago. Cop reacted to that position & discovered a man who died, named as Christopher Anthonie Moliner, 19.
Clarks, forty-three, has been imprisoned & punished with killing & assault at 1st degree.
The connection between Clarks and the murder remains unclear, officers said, noting the lady claimed she did not recognize Clarks.
It's unknown if substances had been in this event.
A FACILITY HELPED A WOMAN IN TALKING HER DAD AND SHE WAS HAPPY
A lady visiting her dad at a shared care home helped by Phoenix was happy to find a way to share some meaningful time alone, amid tighter limits on visits due to the disease outbreak.
Lisa Collins says she wanted to have lunch with her father outdoors, but she had to stay outside on a bench when he was indoors owing to additional constraints.
"We could see each other but could not talk clearly," Campbell wrote to FOX 10.
Luckily, workers at the facility were willing to help the couple stay in touch.
Campbell says the workers are setting up Skype on two iPads, helping them to spend a fun time together.
"We ought to emphasize the positive doers in moments of confusion," Campbell said.
She states that times during the disease outbreak were difficult-she had been seeing her father almost every day to make sure he was well adapting to the care facility.
"He appears to have adapted well, because he is amongst decent and loving individuals," wrote Campbell.