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Posted by: thepinetree on 08/08/2018 02:11 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 08/08/2018 02:55 PM
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Traffic Update....Possible Injury Vehicle Fire Near Sr49 / Sr108...(Update...Major Injuries)

Jamestown, CA...Traffic Update....Possible Injury Vehicle Fire Near Sr49 / Sr108. Update....Fire spread to vegetation. Fire Contained but multiple injured parties.



Incident: 00158 Type: Trfc Collision-Major Inj Location: Sr49 / Sr108 Loc Desc: JSO - NEAR CHINESE CAMP Lat/Lon: 37.919025 -120.451618
Detail Information
2:31 PM 14 [29] 1039 TUOL SO/EMS - 5 SUBJS TRANSPORTED TO ADVENTIST HEALTH, 1 NEEDED TO BE FLOWN, BUT COULDN'T DUE TO SMOKE IN AREA
2:09 PM 13 [28] [Notification] [CHP]-Problem changed from 1179-Trfc Collision-1141 Enrt to 1180-Trfc Collision-Major Inj by CHP
2:05 PM 12 [25] [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 AFFORDABLE TOWING 209-984-2414
2:04 PM 11 [24] A61-001 1185 FB / COMPLETE BURN / COMPLETE WRECK
1:52 PM 10 [21] A61-001 VEH RTNS 1036F
1:21 PM 9 [16] 1039 1141
1:15 PM 8 [13] UPDATED FIRE ALSO
1:15 PM 7 [12] A61-001 FIRE IN THE FIELD AS WELL
1:15 PM 6 [11] 1039 1141
1:12 PM 5 [8] 1039 EMS
1:11 PM 4 [7] 1039 FIRE
1:10 PM 3 [6] NEG 1125
1:10 PM 2 [4] ONE PERSON STUCK INSIDE
1:10 PM 1 [3] WHI CAR ON FIRE
Unit Information
1:12 PM 14 Unit Assigned
1:12 PM 13 Unit Enroute
1:15 PM 12 Unit At Scene
1:12 PM 11 Unit Assigned
1:12 PM 10 Unit Enroute
1:16 PM 9 Unit At Scene
1:13 PM 8 Unit Assigned
1:13 PM 7 Unit Enroute
1:34 PM 6 Unit At Scene
2:03 PM 5 Unit Cleared
1:46 PM 4 Unit Assigned
1:46 PM 3 Unit Enroute
2:28 PM 2 Unit At Scene
2:44 PM 1 Unit Cleared


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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-08-08 14:26:18   By: Anonymous
 
5 patients small veg fire scene in clearing mode.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TCAFEMS/

ps: mml sucks

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-08-09 07:06:28   By: Anonymous
     
    Your Mother in Law sucks? How old is she? Good looking? Post her Picture and a number if you would be so kind.

    Thank you.

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    Posted on: 2018-08-09 07:11:43   By: Anonymous
     
    Yep, but you FB sucks big azz time.
    From My Motherlode
    ''The CHP reports that a vehicle involved in a solo-rollover fiery crash on Highway 49 involved five juveniles – and the sedan they were in was stolen.

    The wreck happened around 1:30 p.m. north of Simms Road between Chinese Camp and Jamestown, as reported here. CHP officer John Chituras details, “The 16 or 17-year old male driver in a 2017 Ford Fusion was going in excess of 100 mph when on a right curve he lost control of the vehicle.”

    The car went into a field, rolled over several time, smashed into a tree and landed on its roof. It then caught on fire. Four passengers in the vehicle, all juveniles, were able to get out of the car. The driver was unconscious and a passerby’s had to pull him out of the vehicle just before the flames engulfed it, according to Chituras. Picture in the image box pictures show one passerby using a pole to break the driver side window to rescue him.

    The CHP had called for an air ambulance for the driver, but it was grounded due to the smoke skies, according to Chituras. Instead, all five of the victims were taken to Adventist Health Sonora. The driver was later flown to a Modesto hospital suffering major injuries. Chituras notes that the other four had injuries ranging from minor to moderate.

    Chituras confirmed to Clarke Broadcasting that the vehicle was stolen out of Merced. He says it is not know at this time if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. The wreck shut down Highway 49 from the junction to Simms Road for about 2 ½ hours backing up traffic during the evening commute.''

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In Soviet Russia
Posted on: 2018-08-08 16:18:21   By: Anonymous
 
Vehicle fires YOU!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-08-09 07:02:34   By: Anonymous
 
VVVV Has the asbestos been removed from building 2?

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Thanks to our Judges and DA for always letting out these criminals on minimum bail
Posted on: 2018-08-09 07:22:37   By: Anonymous
 
Here's another one I found on MML.
Read this,and think about how our Judges and our DA operate here in our neck of the woods.
Nothing like protecting the community from the trash on two legs who come up here and live here.
This criminal had 7 warrants and our ''justice system'' let's him out on minimum bail because they don't want to spend the money on keeping this puke of society behind bars.
So we get to put up with whatever crime he wants knowing if he gets caught he'll just walk again in 24 hrs or less.

'' 08/08/2018 6:10 pm PST
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Tracey Petersen , MML News Reporter

Tuolumne, CA – A Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Deputy refused to give up during a foot chase of a wanted man even after injuring both his legs in a fall – but in the end he caught the suspect.

After receiving a tip Tuesday afternoon that wanted suspect 19-year-old Zachariah Guzman Jr. had been spotted walking along Tuolumne Road North in Tuolumne, a deputy began patrolling the area. Once on Mi Wu Street the deputy saw Guzman and ordered him to stop. Instead, he took off down an embankment. When the deputy caught up to him, the two went tumbling down the ditch, injuring the deputy’s legs.

Guzman got up and continued running until the deputy tackled him. Guzman began to fight with the deputy, according to sheriff’s officials, who detail that he tried to choke the deputy with both arms wrapped around his neck. Luckily that is when back up arrived and helped to subdue Guzman.

He was ***for seven bench warrants related to weapons charges, drug possession and transportation for sale, giving false identification to a peace officer, theft, and vandalism***. He now faces new charges for resisting arrest.

The deputy is recovering from a serious ankle and knee injury.''

THANKS FOR LETTING THIS SCUM OUT AND
EVERYONE JUST LIKE HIM. NOTHING LIKE
PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY AND YOUR OWN LAW
ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WHO HAVE TO KEEP GOING AFTER CRAP LIKE THIS GUY AND THEY HAVE
TO KEEP GOING AFTER THE GUYS YOU ALL LET OUT TIME AFTER TIME, AFTER TIME.
Because of our GREAT justice personnel we now are short ANOTHER officer who was injured.



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