VIDEO REPORT-6;48pm–Bridgeport CT-A human jawbone (confirmed by a Nelson Ambulance driver) was found along side a crucifix on the in a wooded area off Wonderland of Ice. This state police officer took it upon himself to kick me off the property after I identified myself as a member of the press. I asked where I could report and he told me to get off the property or I’ll be arrested. The video you seen is mid way between our “conversation” and I knew I had to roll tape to capture his exchange. He knew I was rolling video and that I was with the press. This took place on Bridgeport property. I went on the other side of the stream on a Bridgeport sidewalk to report the news to you when the officer went to his car to come after me. I left the scene before he got
5:21pm–#Bridgeport CT–Firefighters and police responding to Seaside Park for a man in the water off the rocks on near the lighthouse. No mention if he is in distress. UPDATE– AMR have walked out on the rocks to him. UPDATE–The man “blew out his knee” according to reports and first responders are trying to figure out how to get him ashore. UPDATE–Firefighters have him on the boat and on the way to pier 5.
City to Shift Its Staff Start Time up One Hour; Mayor Finch Urging Employers to Follow City’s Lead Water Street Closed Until Further Notice for Bus Staging BRIDGEPORT, CT (May 19, 2013) – Mayor Bill Finch announced today that the City of Bridgeport is asking its office staff to report to work an hour earlier on Monday in an effort to help alleviate the road congestion that is expected as a result of the train derailment that occurred on May 17. “The roads in the Bridgeport metro area are some of the most congested in the country. Following Friday night’s train incident, we can expect an even greater number of cars on these roads. We know that Monday morning’s commute is going to be very challenging. The City is making an effort to help alleviate this congestion by asking our staff to report to work one hour earlier,” said Mayor