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Anheuser-Busch is Halting Beer Production

Posted by on May 29, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Anheuser-Busch is Halting Beer Production

Temporarily Anheuser-Busch is halting beer product at their Georgia brewery. The brewery is an emergency relief partner of the American Red Cross, and stopped beer production late Wednesday to concentrate on producing 50,000 cans of water to provide relief to those ravaged by storms in Oklahoma and Texas lately. Cartersville Brewery Creates Emergency Relief Water Yearly Anheuser-Busch’s Cartersville brewery often produces cans of emergency relief water. In fact, the company has partnered with the Red Cross to do this several times a year....

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911 Signal USA Dash Light Friday

Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Dash and Deck Lights | 0 comments

911 Signal USA Dash Light Friday

At 911 Signal USA, we want everyone who needs quality LED emergency lights to do their job to be able to afford them. We realize that not everyone who needs a dash light can afford them – no matter how low our prices are. In an effort to help, we host a dash light Friday contest every week on our Facebook page. Like Our Facebook Page To be eligible for our dash light Friday contest, you need to like our Facebook page. Usually, our weekly giveaway starts between 7 and 8 am on Fridays. Each contest is different, but the gist of the giveaway is...

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The Meaning of Memorial Day

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Emergency Lights | 0 comments

The Meaning of Memorial Day

For many Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer. The holiday delivers a three-day weekend to many, and is filled with BBQs, beaches, beer, and backyard parties. However, Memorial Day is more than just a time to hang out with family and friends. For the last 4 decades, Memorial Day has been a national holiday to remember those that have served in any branch of the military. Learn more about the meaning of Memorial Day Decoration Day Lead to Memorial Day Shortly after the Civil War, Decoration Day was established. On Decoration Day, May...

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Tiger on Hood of Moving SUV Sparks 911 Calls

Posted by on May 20, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Tiger on Hood of Moving SUV Sparks 911 Calls

Police get lots of unusual, dare we say funny, 911 calls, but chances are no one ever expected to get a 911 report of a tiger riding on the roof of a moving SUV. But, this happened near a southwest Washington lake, and police did not find it funny. Tiger Found in Trash Sparked 911 Calls The driver of the vehicle, Connor Zuvich, 19, found a large stuffed tiger amongst some trash while hanging with friends near Lacamas Lake. Later, Zuvich thought it would be funny to mount the tiger on the roof of his SUV and drive around the lake. Zuvich...

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Advice for Cyclists Riding Near Emergency Vehicle Lights

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Emergency Lights | 0 comments

Advice for Cyclists Riding Near Emergency Vehicle Lights

The weather is getting warmer and cyclists are taking advantage of the sunshine! At some point when riding a bike on the road, you are going to see emergency vehicle lights and other unusual circumstances. To help you prepare for these events, we have gathered advice for cyclists riding near emergency vehicle lights. Cyclists Should Get off the Road When Sirens are Heard If at all possible, cyclists should get off the road where sirens are heard. Stopping on the edge of the road is helpful, but if cyclists can get entirely off the road, it is...

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New York Governor Allowed to Use Emergency Lights on Vehicles

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in Emergency Lights | 0 comments

New York Governor Allowed to Use Emergency Lights on Vehicles

Governor Andrew Cuomo from New York just changed state regulations regarding emergency vehicle lights. With these changes, the governor, and some other New York top officials, are allowed to use red and white emergency lights on their personally owned vehicles. This means Gov. Cuomo can now put lights on his classic 1975 Corvette Stingray. Change in New York State Statute Allows Officials to Respond to Emergencies Quickly According to Cuomo’s administration, this change was made to allow leaders to get to emergencies, such as natural...

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Patient Died After Ambulance Cot Tipped

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Patient Died After Ambulance Cot Tipped

The Mayor of Northfield Village, located in the Akron Metropolitan Area, issued an apology after a patient died. The patient was being loaded on a cot in the back of an ambulance when the cot tipped over. As a result of the accident, the patient suffered a head injury. Later, the local fire department was notified that the patient died. Northfield Village Mayor Issues Letter of Apology After the incident, Northfield Village’s Mayor, Jesse J. Nehez, issued a letter of apology. In the letter, Mayor Nehex expresses the department’s send of...

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Man Hit by Police Car Responding to Call

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Man Hit by Police Car Responding to Call

A man has hired an attorney after being struck by a police cruiser that was allegedly responding to a burglary call. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and a man hit by a police cruiser responding to a call have very different versions of the event. Man Hit by Police Car Immediately Complained of Back Injuries – Taken to Hospital When Robert Santiago, 53, was hit by a police car, he immediately began complaining of back injuries. As a result, Santiago was immediately taken to Memorial Hospital where he was admitted for observation. Marked Patrol...

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