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SC STUDENT INVITE-11/11/13-18:25-PMD

A SANTA CRUZ HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WON THE BEST PROJECT FROM THE UNITED STATES AWARD AT AN INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FAIR.  THE AWARD ALSO EARNED, 16 YEAR OLD HAILEY LOEHDE-WOOLARD WHO IS A JUNIOR AT PACIFIC COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, AN INVITATION TO ANOTHER SCIENCE FAIR TO BE HELD NEXT SUMMER IN THE NETHERLANDS.  THE 16 YEAR OLD DEVELOPED A NEW EFFICIENT WAY TO PRODUCE ETHANOL.  SHE IS NOW WORKING ON PUBLISHING THE RESULTS OF HER RESEARCH AS WELL AS PATENTING THE PROCESS.

 

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FIRE FATALITY IN SC-UPDATE-11/11/13-17:36-PMD

THE AGE OF THE WOMAN FOUND DEAD AFTER A VEHICLE FIRE FRIDAY AFTERNOON HAS BEEN RELEASED.   THE 57 YEAR OLD WOMAN WAS PULLED FROM THE CAMPER BY FIRE FIGHTERS AFTER THEY PUT OUT THE BLAZE ON THE 100 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN STREET SHORTLY AFTER 4 P-M. THE WOMAN’S IDENTITY HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED, BUT HER LAST KNOWN ADDRESS WAS LISTED AS THE HOMELESS SHELTER ON CORAL STREET.  THE CAUSE OF THE FIRE REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION AND THE CAUSE OF DEATH IS PENDING THE RESULTS OF THE AUTOPSY.

 

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TALLOW SPILL WVILL-11/11/13-16:25-PMD

 A TALLOW SPILL IN WATSONVILLE YESTERDAY MORNING (MON) CAUSED POLICE TO CLOSE PARTS OF MAIN STREET AND FREEDOM BOULEVARD WHILE THE SLIPPERY ROADWAYS WERE MADE SAFE FOR MOTORISTS.  THE SPILL HAPPENED ABOUT 7 A-M BUT IT WASN’T REPORTED UNTIL ALMOST 8 A-M ALLOWING THE AFFECTED AREA TO SPREAD, IT TOOK CAL-TRANS AND CITY WORKERS UNTIL ALMOST NOON TO RE-OPEN THE ROADS.   THE TALLOW COMPANY IS EXPECTED TO PAY THE COST OF THE CLEAN-UP.

 

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GREENHOUSE FIRES - 11/11/13 11:35 S.S.

ABOUT 30-40  THOUSAND  DOLLARS OF  DAMAGE  WAS  CAUSED  BY  A  FIRE  THAT  DAMAGED  3  GREENHOUSES  IN  SALINAS  YESTERDAY.   THE  FIRE  ON  THE  17  HUNDRED  BLOCK  OF  OLD  STAGE  ROAD,   WAS  CALLED  IN  SHORTLY  BEFORE  4 P-M.  IT  IS  BELIEVED  TO HAVE  BEEN STARTED  BY WORKERS  BURNING  WEEDS (WITH A  PROPANE  TORCH)  TOO  NEAR THE  BUILDINGS.   NO INJURIES  WERE  REPORTED.  

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OIL SPILL IN WVILLE - 11/11/13 11:11 S.S.

CAL-TRANS  CREWS  ARE  WORKING  TO  CLEAN-UP  AN  OIL  SPILL  NEAR  THE  INTERSECTION OF  MAIN  AND FORD  STREETS  (AND  FREEDOM  BOULEVARD).    THE  SPILL  WAS  REPORTED  EARLIER THIS  MORNING,  BUT  DUE  TO THE SIZE  OF  THE  SPILL  NIXLE  AND  E-MAIL  ALERTS  HAVE  BEEN  SENT  OUT  TO  SUBSCRIBERS  TO  AVOID  THE  AREA UNTIL AT LEAST AROUND NOON TODAY.    THOSE  ALERTS  WENT  OUT  AROUND  10:40 A-M.

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