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National Traffic Incident Management Train the Trainer Course Scheduled for Delaware
The National Train the Trainer Traffic Incident Management Training is scheduled for September 20, 21 at the Delaware State Fire School in Dover. This is a free course for all qualified public safety instructors
Pennsylvania: Police: Man Steals Truck, Crashes into State Trooper on Parkway West
Police say a 25-year-old Greensburg man was driving a stolen truck on Interstate 376 refused to pull over."Once we got to that vehicle, we advised the individual to pull over, he refused to, striking a police vehicle," said Trooper Robin Mungo, Pennsylvania State Police public information officer for the Pittsburgh barracks.
Canada: Truck Rams Police Vehicle During Stop
Two Regina men are facing charges after police say one of their cruisers was intentionally rammed by a pickup truck during a vehicle stop. Just after midnight Sunday, police attempted to stop a pickup truck after receiving information that the occupants had intimidated a pedestrian during a verbal altercation.
Texas: Three Injured in Ten-Car Pileup
That is when police said a maroon colored car with two occupants came up the ramp, apparently did not see the man pushing his car and slammed into the back end, hitting the man. The driver pushing his car was taken to the hospital in serious but stable condition, and the driver of the maroon car was taken to the hospital in stable condition. The Spring Fire Department responded to reports of the second accident and parked on the shoulder of the freeway with emergency lights on. Around 12:30 a.m., police said a drunk driver in a small pickup truck came speeding down the freeway and hit the back end of the Dodge Charger belonging to the Spring fire chief, and then hit the ambulance. Another story can be found at: http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/spring/news/article/Details-emerge-as-minor-accident-triggers-10-car-5694229.php
Maryland: Frederick Police Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting
Authorities with the Frederick Police Department said police saw a suspicious situation in the 1200 block of West Patrick Street about 11:20 p.m. Investigators said while police were investigating, a car struck an officer, who fired his weapon at the motorist.Police pursued the driver, who fled from the scene and was later taken into custody without incident. The officer and the motorist were taken to area hospitals for treatment
Tennessee Move Over Law Explained
Tonight a look at a law implemented to keep people safe when they are out of their cars on the side of busy highways and interstates.
Texas Trooper Hit by Fleeing Vehicle
A Department of Public Safety trooper has been hurt after being struck by the open door of a vehicle that sped away from a South Texas parking lot.
Texas: Killeen Officer Hit by Fleeing Vehicle but Manages to Shoot Driver, Suspect Ffacing Charges
A Central Texas police officer was hit by a fleeing vehicle but managed to shoot the driver who was later caught. Killeen police say the suspect was hospitalized in stable condition following Saturday morning's incident. Police spokeswoman Tina Amerson says the officer was treated and released from a hospital. His name wasn't immediately released.
Ipwa: Officer Hit by Car While Ddirecting Traffic
A police officer was struck by a car Saturday evening while conducting traffic. Officials said the officer was near the Iowa State Fairgrounds at the intersection of Grand Avenue and 30th Street when 32-year-old Jose Chavez-Sagastizado, of Des Moines, hit the officer while turning south on 30th Street.
Wisconsin: Sheriff's Deputy Struck by Impaired Driver
A Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputy says he had no time to react when an impaired driver slammed into his squad. As the deputy explains, he didn't hear or see him coming.
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