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Kiryas Yoel +Search For Lost Person+

November 30, 2005 at 06:22 PM
Kiryas Yoel +Search For Lost Person+ A search and rescue is going on by Public Safety for a missing at Rimenev Ct and Stropkov Ct., command post being set up and requesting FD and NY State Police to help in the search for a person that's lost in the woods and screaming for help. U/D: 19:56 It turned out to be nothing serious...

Brooklyn +School Bus MVA+

November 30, 2005 at 05:50 PM
Brooklyn +School Bus MVA+ A motor vehicle accident involving a Yeshivah Bus at Ralph Ave and Avenue N has FD on the scene requesting ESU to respond, EMS treating 11 children and several adoults all with non life threatening injuries...

Number Of Deadly Fires Up This Year Over Last Year

November 30, 2005 at 04:18 PM
Deadly blazes across the city increased slightly this year after the number of fatal fires hit a near-record low in 2004. Eighty-nine people had died in blazes this year as of Monday, according to preliminary FDNY statistics. The top cause of fires was smoking in bed, followed by flawed electrical wiring, overloaded extension cords, candles, and arson...

Manhattan +F.D.R. Traffic Alert+

November 30, 2005 at 03:29 PM
Manhattan +F.D.R. Traffic Alert+ Southbound F.D.R. Drive at 105th Street and northbound at 101st Street PD Highway units are on the scene of 2 MVA's heavy traffic in the area...

Bronx +School Students Drunk+

November 30, 2005 at 03:23 PM
Bronx +School Students Drunk+ At IS 84 on 1434 Longfellow Avenue, EMS on the scene declared a 10-59 and requesting several ambulances for about 15 students that got intoxicated, all of them are stable and will be transported for evaluation...

Manhattan +Construction Accident George Washington Bridge+

November 30, 2005 at 03:16 PM
Manhattan +Construction Accident George Washington Bridge+ At the George Washington Bridge at the NJ side a construction worker fell approximately 50 to 60 feet from a scaffold at the NJ tower at the NY bound onto the bridge, aided has serious injuries, FD and PAPD on the scene and requesting Fort Lee EMS and ALS to the scene forthwith. U/D: 20:31 Victim has expired...

Spring Valley +Pedestrian Struck+

November 30, 2005 at 01:44 PM
Spring Valley +Pedestrian Struck+ A Nyack man who was under the influence of alcohol and drugs at the time, was struck by a car driven by Shlomo Gold of Monsey, and seriously injured as he crossed Route 59 early yesterday.The man remained in Nyack Hospital last night in serious but stable condition with several broken bones, a broken hip, leg and ribs and he was also breathing through a tube.No...

Brooklyn +NYPD RMP MVA+

November 30, 2005 at 01:36 PM
Brooklyn +NYPD RMP MVA+ A MVA involving a RMP on McDonald Ave and Avenue M, 66 Pct reporting some neck and back injuries to MOS, EMS and ESU requested...

Monsey – School Fined For Operating Illegally

November 30, 2005 at 01:08 PM
Monsey - The owner of Congregation Beth Abraham, which owns the 65 College Road building, was fined $15,000 this week for operating an illegal school for boys, despite a state Supreme Court injunction that prohibited it. He pleaded guilty before Ramapo Town Justice to three counts of the violation of operating without a site plan and without conditional-use approval from Ramapo's land-use...

Monsey – Developer Unveils New Wal-Mart plans

November 30, 2005 at 10:13 AM
Airmont - The developers of a proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter in Monsey presented preliminary plans to the Ramapo Planning Board. National Realty & Development Corp. of Purchase is seeking to build a single, 35-foot-high building on the 22-acre site for use as a 215,000-square-foot Wal-Mart. The Route 59 location in central Monsey is down the street from an existing Wal-Mart in Airmont, which...

New York – Coach Sentenced For Spanking Players

November 30, 2005 at 08:55 AM
New York - Basketball coach Drew Sanders, 49, from the Staten Island Jewish Community Center was sentenced to six years probation on charges he spanked players for missing shots. Sanders, was barred from entering schools with students younger than 18 and must register as a Level 3 sex offender. Sanders would order teen basketball players to pull down their pants and the coach would then beat the...

Bronx +Bronx River Parkway Closed+

November 30, 2005 at 08:43 AM
Bronx +Bronx River Parkway Closed+ Fire Department on the scene on the Bronx River Parkway northbound, near Gun Hill Road with a 4 car MVA with minor injuries, but have the Parkway northbound shut down at this time, major delays in the area...

Pataki and Bloomberg at Odds Over Penalty for Officer’s Killer

November 30, 2005 at 08:28 AM
If Governor Pataki had his way, the man responsible for fatally shooting a police officer on Monday would be executed if convicted. "In my view, when a police officer is killed in the line of duty by someone who murders them while committing a crime, the death penalty is an appropriate remedy, and I'm disappointed that it's on hold because of a decision of our highest court," Governor Pataki...

New Square – Foreclosed House Vandalized Again

November 30, 2005 at 08:12 AM
New Square - Vandals flooded the basement of 9 Eisenhower Avenue house bought at auction by a Manhattan company and might have tried to burn it down, Ramapo police said. Police found that there was 5 to 6 feet of water in the basement when officers went to the house on a report of a pipe bursting. Also did officers found burned matches near a basement gas valve, indicating that the vandals might...

County Summit Report On Human Rights Overlooks Kiryas Yoel

November 30, 2005 at 07:56 AM
Goshen - An eight-page conference summary just released by the county Human Rights Commission fails to mention that the Chasidic community of Kiryas Yoel and its neighbors have been fighting for almost two years over the village's potential expansion and its plans for a 13-mile water pipeline.   Not a word about the resulting accusations and denials of anti-Semitism or anti-Hasidic...

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