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WRNGFL DEATH LWST 17 WRK-9/10/14-1621-PMD

 

 

A WRONGFUL DEATH LAWSUIT HAS BEEN FILED ON BEHALF OF THE SANTA CRUZ MAN KILLED BY A BIG RIG ON HIGHWAY 17.   THE FAMILY OF 25 YEAR OLD DANIEL MCGUIRE, WHO WAS DIED ON JULY 10TH , WHEN A DRIVER LOST CONTROL OF HIS TRACTOR TRAILER, AND HIT 10 VEHICLES. THE CIVIL SUIT WAS FILED IN MONTEREY COUNTY, AGAINST THE TRUCKING COMPANY AND THE DRIVER.   THE SUIT ALLEGES NEGLIGENT DRIVER TRAINING AND SUPERVISION.

 

 

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LONG-DISTANCE CYCLIST INJURED ON HIGHWAY 1- 09-10-14 10:00 SG

A LONG-DISTANCE BICYCLIST WAS INJURED AFTER BEING STRUCK BY A VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY 1 NEAR SANTA CRUZ MONDAY.   OFFICIALS SAY 33-YEAR-OLD EIRY BARTLETT WAS RIDING NORTHBOUND NEAR COAST ROAD WHEN SHE WAS HIT BY A TRUCK SHORTLY AFTER  4 PM.    THE VICTIM BROKE HER LEG DURING THE CRASH.    THE 66-YEAR-OLD DRIVER STOPPED AND WAS COOPERATIVE WITH OFFICERS.    BARTLETT WAS AIR-LIFTED TO SANTA CLARA VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER WHERE SHE WAS TREATED AND RELEASED THAT NIGHT.

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SALINAS 9/11 CEREMONY- 09-10-14 10:00 SG

THE CITY OF SALINAS WILL BE HOLDING A 9/11 REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY TOMORROW.    ATTENDEES WILL GATHER TO HONOR AND REMEMBER THE LOSS OF FIRST RESPONDERS DURING THE ATTACK 13 YEARS AGO.   THE CEREMONY WILL BE HELD IN FRONT OF THE FIRE STATION ON WEST ALISAL STREET BEGINNING AT 9 AM.   THE PUBLIC IS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.

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SC INSTALLS ANTI-LOITERING DEVICES- 09-10-14 9:30 SG

SANTA CRUZ CITY OFFICIALS HAVE INSTALLED ALARMS ALONG THE SAN LORENZO RIVER TO PREVENT ILLEGAL ACTIVITY.    THE BOXES PRODUCE A HIGH PITCHED NOISE THAT CAUSES DISCOMFORT TO ANYONE LOITERING ALONG THE LEVEE .   THE DEVICE CALLED ‘THE MOSQUITO’ HAS BEEN INSTALLED UNDER THE RIVER’S BRIDGES TO STOP ILLEGAL BEHAVIOR INCLUDING DRUG TRAFFICKING.   THE NOISE BOX ALSO KEEPS AWAY PEOPLE BLOCKING PEDESTRIANS AND BIKE TRAFFIC.    THE MOSQUITO CAN RUN FOR 24-HOURS STRAIGHT.

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CA WATER USE DROPS OVER THE SUMMER- 09-10-14 8:00 SG

CALIFORNIA WATER OFFICIALS HAVE REPORTED A DROP IN WATER USE OVER THE SUMMER.   A SURVEY RELEASED YESTERDAY (TUES) INDICATES A 7.5% DECREASE IN WATER CONSUMPTION IN JULY, DROPPING FROM AROUND 4% IN JUNE.    THE FIGURES FOLLOW THE IMPLEMENTATION OF WATER RESTRICTIONS AND FINES OF UP TO $500 FOR WASTING THE RESOURCE.    STATE WATER DISTRICTS ARE STILL FALLING SHORT OF THE 20% GOAL SET BY GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN.    A SURVEY FOR AUGUST WILL BE RELEASED LATER THIS MONTH.

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