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Traffic Delays–See the lower right side of this site for up to the minute real time traffic delays on local and state streets!

**Live Breaking News Feed**


4:33pm–Bridgeport–Skater down hard with a head injury at the Seaside Park Skate Park.  Police and EMTs on scene.


11:19pm–#Bridgeport–Police investigating a one year old with her mother at the bar at 2770 Fairfield Ave….caller says it’s the “Brake Fast Bar” police never hear of it. 2770 Fairfield Ave. Googled comes back to Little Joe’s Cafe

8:55pm–#Norwalk–Possible abduction on Huckleberry Lane. Police are looking for a red Jeep Cherokee last seen headed towards the Merritt Parkway. Reports of a woman forced into the Jeep by a male

#Stratford #Bridgeport–Stratford was in pursuit of a vehicle on I-95 that exited 26 and now foot pursuit on Wordin Ave. Update–One in custody after tazing the suspect. UPDATE–Two females still at large that fled on foot. UPDATE–Bridgeport Police apprehend the two women.

8:33pm–Fairfield–Pick up truck into a tree on Black Rock Turnpike by the Hi-Ho Motel.

7:24pm–#Bridgeport–Police radio traffic says Bridgeportt Hospital is currently on lockdown after a gun was displayed in the emergency room. The persons responsible fled by car and no longer on scene.  AMR radio transmission say to  divert patients to other area hospitals.

7:01pm–#Bridgeport–5 people were fighting outside 155 Center Street and one person was stabbed. Police, EMTs on scene.

Rodney King has been found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool. Police believe it to be an accidental drowning.

4:51pm–#Bridgeport–10 year old child struck by a car at Madison and Wayne Ave.

2:15pm–#Bridgeport–Firefighters on scene at 1535 Central Ave. Bridgeport Commons where a car is on fire in the garage under the structure. Firefighters “laying in”.

By Stephen Krauchick

DoingItLocal is run by Steve Krauchick. Steve has always had interest with breaking news even as an early teen, opting to listen to the Watergate hearings instead of top 40 on the radio. His interest in news spread to become the communities breaking news leader in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. He strongly believes that the public has right to know what is happening in their backyard and that government needs to be transparent. Steve also likes promoting local businesses.

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