Frozen Slush causes multiple drive-off’s, right off the road and into the ditch. Road Rage, Street Walkers and more…
Remember, scanner traffic is not news until confirmed, and eyewitness accounts are often unreliable.
The day started out with calls for multiple cars off the road due to the slick road conditions.
No roads were officially closed but several were covered and slick and we have vehicles off the road in several areas. Use Lights, Slow Down, Live.
Vehicle off the Highway by Harry’s in Minatare. The Sheriff’s department is out with it now.
The photo below was captured on 10th Street in Gering last night. We didn’t hear much traffic on this call, other that they asked for another agency for assistance. That could indicate drugs, or possibly some other reason. Perhaps we will learn the full story like we did with the State Patrol Door Dash traffic.
Male locked in bathroom at 5th and East O. Possibly on drugs and scared to come out.
We say this a lot but it happens a lot. News follows us. Our broadcast manager reported that his neighbor was hauled out by Valley ambulance at approximately 10am for possible dka. Low oxygen sats and incoherent. Likely Diabetic KetoAcidosis. There was alcohol involved as well. Valley transported to RWMC.
Suspicious circumstance Longfellow elementary around noon.
Female walking down the middle of the road on Avenue B.
Female is walking out in front of traffic again.
Female walking by Walmart.
W. 19th St – woman trying to break in through window (not the same woman?)
Disabled male walking along Hwy 26 in the roadway.
Suicidal male? Officer talked to individual, he stated he has no plans of suicide.
Sirens near Longfellow. Medical call, Rescue and Valley responded.
10-44 (non injury motor vehicle accident) turned into a 10-34 (fight) between Scottsbluff and Mitchell on Hwy 26 involving a gray Dodge Ram. NSP was called in response.
PUBLIC SCANNER MEETING Mon, April 3, 2023
Anyone interested in learning more or joining the team is invited to an informational and organizational meeting on April 3rd in Scottsbluff.
The Conference Room is Reserved for us at The Hampton Inn Monday night 7-9 pm. It’s a room for 100 and will fill up fast!
We will open with a prayer, then a video presentation, and introductions after that. Several of you will be invited to sit on a panel to answer questions pertaining to your area of expertise and experience. We will be contacting you with details if chosen.
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