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Albuquerque Police Sergeant Going on Trial for Vehicular Homicide

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Albuquerque Police Sergeant Going on Trial for Vehicular Homicide

On Monday, September 22, 2014, jury selection is scheduled to begin in an Albuquerque police sergeant, Adam Casaus, vehicle homicide trial. Casaus is charged with vehicular homicide and reckless driving after he allegedly ran a red light at Paseo and Eagle Ranch in Albuquerque and killed 21-year-old Ashley Browder in February 2013. Police Sergeant was Off-Duty at the Time of the Accident At the time of the accident, approximately 1:30am on February 13, 2013, police sergeant Adam Casaus was off duty driving his department-issued Chevy Tahoe....

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Paramedics Urge Drivers to Move to the Right

Posted by on Sep 20, 2014 in Ambulance lights, Ambulance Sirens | 0 comments

Paramedics Urge Drivers to Move to the Right

Paramedics in Dubuque County, Iowa, are speaking out about the dangers of civilian drivers ignoring emergency vehicle lights and sirens. Paramedics in this county are doing this in hopes that more drivers will move to the right when they see ambulance lights flashing in the distance. Paramedic Says Fewer Drivers are Moving Over for Ambulance Lights Dani Balk, a Dubuque County, Iowa, paramedic has been in EMS for over a decade. According to Balk, in recent years, fewer drivers are moving to the right when ambulance lights are popped on. In...

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Sunbather Run Over by County Vehicle Responding to Urgent Situation

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Sunbather Run Over by County Vehicle Responding to Urgent Situation

On Monday, September 15, 2014, a Venice Beach sunbather was run over by a county vehicle responding to an urgent situation. Believe it or not, this is the second time a sunbather has been run over by a Venice Beach county vehicle in the last four months. 25-Year-Old Victim was Sunbathing Near Ocean Front Walk and Venice Blvd. The 25-year-old victim was sunbathing near Ocean Front Walk and Venice Blvd. at 4:30 pm on Monday when she was run over by a county vehicle. The vehicle was being driven by a county lifeguard. According to the City News...

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Don’t Drive Through Emergency Vehicles with Lights Flashing

Posted by on Sep 14, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Don’t Drive Through Emergency Vehicles with Lights Flashing

I know what you’re thinking, why are statements like this necessary? Well, if you are a first responder or even someone that lives with a first responder, you know that the things people will do on the road or at a scene are unfathomable. Most people in their right mind would never drive through a line of fire trucks with emergency lights flashing, but then there are a select few who would. Either these drivers are oblivious to what is going on around them, or they simply don’t care about anything except for where they are going. Reasons you...

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Smart Traffic Signals can Aid Emergency Vehicles on the Road

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

First responder vehicles, traffic signals, and the ways these two vehicles interact has changed a great deal over time. For instance, a century ago, if you drove up to an intersection, in a Model T, you would likely be greeted by a jolly police officer directing traffic. Soon that police officer was replaced by a traffic signal and in the not so distant future traditional traffic signals may be replaced by “smart” traffic signals. To learn more about this technology and how “smart” traffic signals can aid emergency vehicles on the road, check...

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Texas Police Officer Okay after Attempted Murder

Posted by on Sep 7, 2014 in Police lights | 0 comments

Texas Police Officer Okay after Attempted Murder

An Austin, Texas police officer is safe and sound despite a terrifying event that occurred on Thursday, September 4th. At 11:05pm on September 4th, Austin police officer M. Murphy survived a horrifying event that included a suspect pulling a pistol on the officer and pulling the trigger. Thankfully, the weapon did not go off. Incident Occurred after Car was Identified Stole The events leading up to the event included Officer M. Murphy noticing a gray Toyota Camry acting suspiciously. After running the license plate of the Camry, Officer...

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Arkansas Police Department Loses Donated Humvee

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Police demo vehicle | 0 comments

Arkansas Police Department Loses Donated Humvee

In December 2013, a donated Humvee owned by the Palestine Police Department was stolen from the PD parking lot. Unfortunately, since the Humvee is not used by the police in that department very often, it was missing for several days, possibly a week, before anyone noticed. Humvees Don’t Have Keys -  Stolen Anyway According to Palestine Police Chief Stanley Barnes, a young man entered the parking lot, climbed into the large vehicle, and simply drove away. A Humvee does not have keys, but according to Chief Barnes, it is easy to find...

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How to Install Strobe Lights – Instructions from 911 Signal USA

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in Strobe lights | 0 comments

How to Install Strobe Lights – Instructions from 911 Signal USA

LED strobe light kits are unique because they allow you to create regular flashes of light from your headlights. In this article, we will discuss basic steps it takes to install strobe lights quickly, easily, and efficiently. Overall, this type of installation is not very difficult, but it does require a few tools and a high-level of car electronic understand. For this reason, if you are not experienced with car wiring and electronic circuits installing a strobe light kit in your fleet vehicle or POV would probably be better handled by a...

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