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101 Roadwork-7/27/17-1630-PMD

There will be alternating lane closures on Southbound U Highway 101 at Rocks and Cannon Roads. Caltrans is removing signs and replacing them beginning at 9:00 a.m. The closure should last through Thursday afternoon.  Motorists are advised to find alternate routes or be prepared for delays of up to 20 minutes.  Caltrans wants to remind drivers to move over and slow down when driving through highway construction zones.

 

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AgWorker Pesticide Study-7/27/17-1608-PMD

The results of a study performed last summer on the effects of pesticide exposure on Salinas Valley residents are under preliminary review. The study used gps data and chemical sensitive bracelets to monitor the activity of 100 Latina teens. Preliminary results say the group was exposed to a total of 69 different chemicals. It also showed dwellings with doormats led to less pesticide exposure.

 

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SC Man Missing-7/27/17-1606-PMD

The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating at risk missing man. 31 year old Mathew Harmon.Harmon was reported missing by friends and was last seen early Tuesday morning in Capitola.  Harmon is 6’01” and weighs between 135-145 pounds. Anyone with any information on his whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office.

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SC Hazmat Incident-7/27/17-1601

Hazmat crews responded to a report of an unknown toxic substance behind a Santa Cruz dumpster yesterday (Thurs). Shortly before 7:30 a.m. crews from Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, and Watsonville arrived on the 200 block of Laurel Street. A test determined the hazardous liquid to be a form of hydrochloric acid. Hazmat crews used sodium bicarbonante to neutralize the acid during the clean up.

 

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Sewage Closes Monterey Beach-7/27/17-1559-PMD

A Monterey beach has been closed due to a sewage spill.  City officials closed MacAbee Beach near Cannery Row after a sewage spill was reported on Tuesday. The beach will remain closed to the public until the county deems that bacteria levels have dropped into acceptable levels.

 

 

 

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