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Wednesday, 22 January 2020 04:04

Veterinary Center Damaged by Fire

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TURLOCK - Several fire crews responded to a report of a fire at a veterinary hospital early Wednesday morning.

The fire was dispatched at about 4:00am on the 1300 block of South First Street. Arriving fire crews reported heavy fire from behind a building.

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A second alarm was quickly called to bring additional resources to the scene. An investigator responded as well to determine the cause.

Early reports indicate a storage unit on the property was well engulfed in fire, threatening the main building and one additional structure.

No further details were available at time of publication.

 

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MODESTO - Authorities investigated a collision that sent a pedestrian to a hospital with major injuries, closing a roadway early Monday morning.

The collision happened early Monday morning near the intersection of McHenry Avenue and Claribel Road. The collision was dispatched to the California Highway Patrol shortly after 1:00am.

 

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Early reports indicate the involved vehicle struck the pedestrian and continued north on McHenry. The pedestrian, only described as a male, was reported to be down in the roadway when they were struck by the vehicle.

The car was described as a silver sedan, possibly a Cadillac. The pedestrian was rushed to a local hospital by ambulance.

Anyone with information regarding this collision is encouraged to contact the California Highway Patrol or Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

 

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Monday, 06 January 2020 12:42

Fire Damages Home, Displaces Occupants

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MODESTO - A fire late Monday morning caused significant damage to a home, displacing several occupants.

The fire was dispatched shortly before noon at a home on the 600 block of Lenore Drive. Arriving fire crews encountered significant fire activity, with a second alarm called for more resources to respond.

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Heavy smoke was visible from the home over the neighborhood, as fire crews worked to extinguish the blaze. Firefighters from Modesto, Ceres, and Stanislaus Consolidated Fire agencies responded to the incident.

Early reports indicate several occupants from the home, including children, were displaced by the fire. The cause and origin is under investigation.

 

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Monday, 23 December 2019 11:54

One Person Killed in Early Morning Apartment Fire

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MODESTO - One person lost their life in an early morning apartment fire, officials said.

The fire was reported at about 4:48am at an apartment building on the 1500 block of Robertson Road.

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Arriving fire crews encountered active fire from a first floor unit. Firefighters entered the home and found an occupant inside who was rushed to a hospital, however they did not survive.

Several other units were damaged by smoke and water. Red Cross officials responded to assist five adults who were displaced by the fire.

The cause and origin were under investigation.

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Saturday, 21 December 2019 14:21

Fatal Crash Investigated, DUI Suspected

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RIVERBANK - A crash involving suspected DUI claimed the life of a motorist and shut down a busy intersection Friday night.

At about 10:00pm, authorities were notified of a reckless motorist on north McHenry Avenue. The call was dispatched to the California Highway Patrol, and allied agencies were notified.

Deputies in the Riverbank area were moving into position to begin searching for the vehicle. Officials say as they approached the area of Oakdale and Patterson Roads they discovered the vehicle, described as a white F-150 type pickup. The truck had collided in the intersection with a dark Lincoln sedan.

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The driver of the Lincoln sedan was pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim was only identified as an adult male, pending notification. An occupant of a third involved vehicle that came to stop just north of the intersection suffered a minor injury.

The driver of the F-150 was taken into custody and under investigation for suspicion of driving under the influence, officials at the scene said. He was also identified only as an adult male.

Deputies with the Stanislaus County Sheriff Traffic Investigation Unit responded to the scene to assist. The intersection was closed for several hours.

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MODESTO - Authorities have identified the woman who was killed when a chase involving police ended in a violent crash Wednesday morning.

Kendra Sanguinetti was identified as the woman riding as a passenger in a Toyota Avalon that fled police after a Ceres officer tried to make contact with the vehicle at about 1:30am Wednesday. She was a resident of Jamestown and was 28 years old.

The driver, 24 year old Devin Long was arrested after he was found hiding in a trash compartment near the crash site. Long is also from Jamestown.

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The chase began when a Ceres Police Officer noticed the vehicle parked in an empty business complex near the intersection of Mitchell and Don Pedro Roads. As the officer entered the complex, he noticed the vehicle turn on and take off. A traffic stop was attempted near Service and Mitchell Roads, but the car fled again northbound.

Another Ceres Police Officer fell in behind the vehicle as the car ran a red light and sped northbound on Mitchell Roads. The driver was able to avoid stop sticks that were deployed, and continued past Hatch Road reaching speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.

The pursuit continued to Yosemite Boulevard, where officers began falling behind. As they approached Scenic Drive in Modesto, officers could only see the vehicle’s tail lights. 

Authorities say the vehicle then lost control and collided with a tree just north of the intersection. The tree was knocked over, and the force of the impact split the car in half. Officers lost sight of the driver, and immediately requested medics for the passenger who was found unresponsive. They attempted to provide aid, but the crash killed Sanguinetti.

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Long had exited the vehicle after the crash and fled on foot in an eastbound direction. Modesto Police Officers who responded to assist were able to locate him about 40 minutes later hiding in a trash corral. 

Authorities with the Ceres Police Department say Sanguinetti was wanted for a felony warrant in Sonora for assault with a deadly weapon. She also had several misdemeanor warrants for her arrest. Investigators believe this played a role into why the two fled from police.

Long was arrested on charges including murder, recklessly evading a police officer, grand theft auto, driving under the influence causing a death, resisting arrest and driving on a suspended license.

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Wednesday, 18 December 2019 12:53

Merced Deputy Shot While Investigating Disturbance

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LIVINGSTON - A deputy suffered minor injuries in a shooting at about midnight Wednesday morning, authorities say.

The deputy responded to the 7000 block of Yamato Road for a report of a disturbance, and was shot in the arm as he arrived on scene.

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Authorities say the deputy is expected to be okay and suffered minor injuries. The weapon used was an unknown caliber firearm.

The Merced County SWAT team was called to the scene along with the investigations bureau. Roadways around the area were closed off to traffic.

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