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July 21, 2016: Highway 1 Fiery Crash

(17:22) CAPITOLA- A four-vehicle crash on northbound Highway 1 near Capitola blocked the northbound lanes for more than an hour yesterday (Thursday). The collision occurred shortly after 2 p.m. after the Bay and Porter exit, two of the vehicles caught fire, and one person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The roadway was reopened an 3:40 p.m.

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July 21, 2016: Traffic Fatality

(16:51) AROMAS- The C-H-P is investigating a fatal traffic collision. The solo car crash took place at 5:30 a.m. yesterday (Thurs) on southbound 101 near Aromas. The victim, 21 year old Cenobia Felix Gutierrez of Gilroy was pronounced dead at the scene. Drugs and alcohol do not appear to be  a factor in the accident.

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July 20, 2016: Alvarado Arrested As Shooter

(22:58) SALINAS - An 18 year-old  Salinas  man  has  been  arrested in connection  with  a  homicide  committed  in  may  in  Salinas.   Fabian  Alvarado  is  believed  to  have  been  the  shooter  in  the  homicide  that  took  place   May  8th on  the  300   block   of  block  avenue.   Anyone   with   information   on  that  shooting  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Salinas  Police  Department.    

July 20, 2016: Good Samaritan Turns In 4k

(22:15) SCOTTS VALLEY - A  Scotts  Valley  woman  wants  to  thank  the  Soquel  man  who  turned  her  lost  money  in  to  police…and  the  officers  that  got  it  back  to  her.    The  woman  inadvertently  dropped  a  bank  bag  (containing  4-thousand  dollars, some  checks,  and  debit  cards)  in  a  Scotts  Valley parking  lot.   The Soquel  man  found  it  and  turned  it  in  to  police,  and  police  officers  found  the  woman’s  name  on the  checks  and  contacted  her.

July 20, 2016: Dog Caught By Officer

(21:26) HOLLISTER - A  dog,  that  stumbled  off  a  second  floor  ledge  in  Hollister  Tuesday,  was  caught  by  a  responding  police  officer.     The  little  Shih  Tzu,  named  Sophie,  came  through  the  incident  uninjured,  and  was  reunited  with  her  owner  a  short  time  later.    Authorities  with  Animal  Care  And  Services  in  Hollister  encourage  pet  owners  to  make  sure  their  fences  and  windows  are  secure.