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Two vehicles crashed on Loop 101 at 67th Avenue on Saturday, one died in Action secondary collision
A fatal collision took place on Loop 101 at 67th Avenue, Saturday night, and the investigation is going on said DPS officials.
The incident took place around 9:10 p.m. on westbound L-101 near 75th Avenue, and no injuries were reported from the incident.
DPS said that after this incident, a secondary crash happened at 67th Avenue, in which one person was reported dead.
According to police reports, multiple subjects fled from the scene and were not located, but others said no one had fled the scene.
The reason for the collision is still unknown, and commuters are suggested to avoid the area.
Teen rescued by MCSO after falling into a mine shaft, teen was sent to the hospital
A 17-year-old boy was rescued by the Daisy Mountain Fire officials after he fell into a mine shaft near Desert Hills Drive and New River Road.
MCSO officials said that a call was reported at around 6 p.m. about when the teen riding a quad fell 50 feet into the shaft.
A total of 34 units responded at the location, and a full rescue team got inside the shaft at 6:45 p.m. The boy was rescued and sent to Phoenix Children's Hospital for an evaluation, MSCO says.
Officials are unclear about the injuries suffered by the teen, but fire personnel said that the boy was alert and speaking to the rescuers.
Two kids severely injured in a crash at 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road were hurriedly taken to the hospital
According to Phoenix fire officials, Two children got seriously injured in a crash at 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road Thursday night and were rapidly taken to the hospital.
Among kids, one was a six-month-old boy, and another was three-year-old, said, Firefighters.
The three-year-old kid is in a stable condition, but the six-month-old boy is in a severe condition.
Phoenix Police is investigating the reason which led to the collision.
Three people injured in Westgate shooting, Suspect arrested
Three individuals were harmed, and a suspect is arrested following a shooting Wednesday night at Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, as indicated by police.
One individual was taken to the clinic in essential condition, authorities said. Two different casualties endured non-hazardous wounds.
The suspect, recognized by police as 20-year-old Armando Hernandez Jr., was arrested at the scene. The suspect isn't accepted to have been harmed during the occurrence.
The shooting was affirmed by police presently before 8 p.m. A rationale in the shooting was not promptly known.
Stores, cafés, and bars at the strip mall, situated close to 95th and Glendale roads northwest of downtown Phoenix, had been advised to "cover set up" even hours after the fact. At the same time, Glendale police and different offices led optional quests in the territory.
The examination was as yet dynamic Thursday morning, and the territory stayed shut to people in general.
Police struck a home in Peoria short-term. However, they have not yet affirmed whether the house is associated with the suspect or examination.
Arizona Sen. Martín Quezada, who speaks to Maryvale and Glendale, said in a tweet that he was at Westgate when the shooting happened.
He told he just saw an equipped fear monger with an AR-15 shoot up Westgate.
The police representative said they know about a video presented via web-based networking media that purportedly shows the shooting, however, can't affirm if that video is exact.
Any individual who may have video or data about the shooting can contact Glendale police or Silent Witness.
A representative for Westgate Entertainment District discharged the accompanying explanation after the occurrence.
The authority said that they could affirm that a shooting happened tonight at Westgate Entertainment District. We are profoundly upset by this occurrence, and our contemplations and supplications go out to the people in question and their families. Westgate will keep on working intimately with the Glendale Police Department and in-house security to best guarantee the wellbeing of our clients, occupants and inhabitants. Additional inquiries ought to be coordinated to the Glendale Police Department.
Representative Doug Ducey discharged the accompanying articulation Thursday morning saying that they are in close contact with Glendale authorities today around evening time, and checking this episode as more data opens up.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety was in ordinary correspondence with the Glendale Police Department, and the State of Arizona stands prepared to give any assets and bolster required.
Lori Vallow Daybell's suffering from mysterious deaths of ex-husband and brother and missing kids
In 2019, it had been 13 years for Lori and her then-husband Charles, but something had changed. It was a year full of mysteries for Lori Vallow's house.
Charles in a conversation with Gilbert Police on January 31. 2019 said about Lori, "She's psychologically gone, something has happened to her. She's lost her mind; I don't know how else to say it. We're LDS, and she thinks she's a resurrected being and a God, a member of the one hundred and forty-four thousand," he said. "She took all the money out of her bank account today, and our truck is gone."
Charles was worried about their two kids, JJ and Tylee, who had not seen them in the past two days.
He asked Gilbert Police to check in the house as he doesn't have the keys after returning from his work trip to Houston. Even his truck was missing from Sky Harbor, which he parked before leaving for the trip.
After all this, they told the police about Lori's mental conditions as she refused to recognize her husband.
Only after six months, Charles was killed, and Lori's brother Alex Cox admitted the killing. The pattern of deaths continued as Cox was found dead in December that year. According to a medical examiner, it was not a suspicious death.
Lori's current husband, Chad Daybell free from any criminal charges. And both Lori's kids, Tylee and JJ Vallow are still missing after the family reported their missing in November.
Chandler: 70-year old Dementia patient missing, Sliver alert cancelled
Chandler police tweeted about a 70-year old missing person with Dementia, white male, height 5’7”, 210 lbs., grey hair and blue eyes- Richard Peacock; he was last seen wearing a white striped t-shirt, grey hat and tan shorts.
According to police reports, Peacock was missing from Friday night, after he left his daughter at home in Chandler. For Peacock, Silver alert was cancelled.
DPS announced that he was located and is in a healthy condition.
Previously, his family was worried when he did not return home in Peoria as he has Dementia.
His Saturday’s location is unclear, and also, where he was found is still unknown.
The Grand Canyon to Remain Closed All This Week; To be Re-Opened Only for the Memorial Day Weekend
One of the world’s most famous tourist place, the Grand Canyon Park, AZ announced on Monday that it will remain closed for the following days of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday regarding the concerns of public health amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
But the authorities did state that the park will re-open partially on Friday in the light of the Memorial Day Weekend. However, the authorities have not confirmed the reason for the sudden closure of the park.
A notice on the Grand Canyon’s website read, “ During Memorial Day Weekend, beginning Friday May 22, through Monday, May 25, there will be limited access to portions of the South Rim. Details will be posted on this webpage as soon as they have been finalized,”
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, which has taken the world by storm, the countries worldwide have been shut for the greater good. Many of the government bodies across the world have suggested to strictly follow social distancing, so as to control the spread of the deadly disease. Following the same guidelines, the authorities at Grand Canyon to have partially opened the park with only limited viewpoints accessible, making an attempt at social distancing.
UArizona senior got a dream job due to his passion for computers and technology
Angel Aguayo, a graduating senior at the University of Arizona, had no access to a computer or the Internet. His only access to the computer was from the school computer labs. But the love he had for technology, programming, and especially computers brought him where he is today.
He is also a great lover of music and picked up a flute for the first time in his fifth grade. His passion for music led him to enter UArizona as a music major.
But his interest in computers and technology brought him back to choosing majors in computer science and math. This choice led him to get selected in Google and will be joining his job in three months.
Due to pandemic, Aguayo will also have to stay away from a graduation ceremony and lose an opportunity to walk on the stage like other students in the country.
During his college years, Aguayo suffered depression but overcame it. And landing to a dream job and a very bright future ahead, he says: "Seven times down, eight times up. Always stand up after you get knocked down and keep going. It'll be worth it in the end."
UArizona will be giving in-person commencement ceremonies in October.
Ben Avery Shooting Facility with new operational guidelines amide Coronavirus pandemic
The Ben Avery Shooting Facility reopened on Wednesday, but shooting range had issued some operational changes amide Coronavirus pandemic. This shooting field is located north of Phoenix near Anthem.
If you like shooting and want to come to the shooting range for some target practice, here are guidelines you have to follow.
- Make an online reservation for shooting: Now, you have to book an online appointment as no walk-in appointments are available. You can book for rifle and pistol shooting and the Clay Target Center. According to a news release from the Arizona Game and Fish Department, the bookings can be made based on hour increment as it includes a safety briefing, setup, cleanup, and 50 minutes of shooting. Online reservations can be made on www.azgfd.com/shooting/tempguidelines. Once booked, the bookings can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
- One Shooter per table: Each table should have only one Shooter and up to two firearms. The backbench is off-limits. There will be five family lanes for juniors, where they can shoot in adult supervision.
- No paper targets: Rifle and pistol shooting will be done on steel targets only without the use of paper targets.
To maintain social distancing their will be no personalized instruction for new shooters.
For more information, visit www.azgfd.com.
State rental assistance program slow paying out funds
For the state’s rental assistance program, thousands of Arizonans have applied. The program was announced by Governor Doug Ducey’s office. $5 million was put beside the state's lodging trust reserve to enhance lease for Arizonans whose salary was lower due to COVID-19. Julie Page of Phoenix is one of the individuals sitting tight for her application to be endorsed. In the wake of doing combating pneumonia since December, she was at long last cleared to return to work in March. At that point coronavirus occurred.
Her improvement check dealt with her March charges yet much else would be a battle. She applied for the rental help program in April. She said she's gotten no update since. Julie is one of the 10,836 Arizonans who have applied for help as indicated by the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH). The office says as of May 8, just 391 have been endorsed. Some portion of the explanation could be that most of the applications are fragmented. As indicated by ADOH representative Janelle Johnsen just 2,357 have the correct documentation for their applications to try and be investigated. That implies in excess of 8,000 applications have fragmented data. Be that as it may, getting the cash from the state to the organizations overseeing the program could likewise be hindering the procedure. While the cash is subsidized by the state, it is city and province human administrations divisions around Arizona that are liable for tolerating and supporting applications, and at last paying proprietors. The City of Phoenix Human Services Department is dealing with Julie's case.