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Pilot hurt in fiery chopper crash in Altaia, Calif

Posted by on June 20, 2020

Pilot hurt in fiery chopper crash in Altaia, Calif. Alameda County Sheriff’s Office in Alameda, Calif. (Courtesy of CSPD) (Courtesy of CSPD) Alameda County Sheriff’s Officer David Cogswell was the first deputy fired this week, after video surfaced of him punching the driver of a vehicle that exploded in flames Monday afternoon on Route 101. The officer suffered non-life threatening injuries and was removed from active duty by Alameda County fire personnel, spokesman Sgt. Matthew Stetson told the Contra Costa Times. He remained in critical condition Wednesday morning in Alameda Medical Center. custodia cover huawei Deputies were investigating the crash about 9:15 a.m., authorities said. custodia cover iphone Cogswell was among six firefighters who responded to the emergency call. They all suffered minor burns and were placed on short-term medical leave, Stetson sa바카라id. Fire investigators determined the crash caused the motorcycle to “spit out on its rear tires and burn out at a high rate of speed,” Stetson said, though he declined to release the cause of the crash. Witnesses told police it was “totally out of control” — a statement echoed Wednesday morning by local officials, officials with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department and county fire investigators. The sheriff’s department did not provide details of the crash, although a dispatcher at the scene provided information about a nearb우리카지노y park, where the motorcycle struck a large tree shortly after the crash. The sheriff’s department is investigating whether an officer’s response to the crash could have been “misguided, dangerous or intentionally aggressive,” spokeswoman Christine Dzoukas said. “That’s very important,” said Stetson. “If the suspect was not responding appropriately, I think, the department would have seen that, and it would have been a different result.” On Wednesday afternoon, a spokesman for Cogswell declined to say whether the investigation is complete or whether he was charged. iphone hoesje Alameda County records indicate that Cogswell was fired on June 15 after three months of service. custodia iphone “I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and say they have every right to fire a deputy without cause,” said Cogswell’s spokesman, Lt. custodia cover samsung Mike Mancuso. “I think that’s fair.” More information about the incident was not immediately available.

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