2019-11-15@5:11pm–#Bridgeport CT–Bridgeport police say a dog was stabbed Friday afternoon during a dispute between two men. They say the pair was fighting on Newfield Avenue near Jefferson Street around 4:30 when one stabbed the other’s dog. Police say Animal control is responding at this hour to assist the animal, which was “alert and responsive” following
2019-11-15@5:20pm–#Bridgeport CT– A pedestrian has been hit in front of the emergency room entrance at Bridgeport Hospital at 367 Grant Street. Initial reports are saying it is a nurse that was struck. Unknown if the striking vehicle remained on scene. This news report is made possible by:
2019-11-15@4:18pm–#Bridgeport CT– A 15 year old boy was hit by a pickup truck on Knoll Place (off Huntington Turnpike) and the pick up fled. The boy is now having difficulty breathing and is in pain. This news report is made possible by:
2019-11-15@1:39pm–#Bridgeport CT– A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle on Boston Avenue near Seaview Avenue and the driver has fled the scene according to radio reports. This news report is made possible by:
#Fairfield CT–On 11/14/2019 at 6:30pm officers responded to the area of Grace St. on a report of a motor vehicle collision. Officers on the scene determined that the driver, later identified as Christopher Garcia, was attempting to park his car and in the process struck four parked cars and one vehicle that was traveling on
2019-11-14@11:53pm–#Bridgeport CT– Don’t go to sleep yet! Report of an odor of gas indoors at 806 William Street on the second floor. Here come a bunch of firetrucks to wake you up! This report was made possible by our safe heating sponsor:
2019-11-14@9:47pm–#Bridgeport CT– Tonight’s vehicle fire was on Truman Street. It sounds like it was out upon the firefighters arrival. This news report is made possible by:
2019-11-14 @ 6:42pm–#Fairfield CT– Police are investigating a crash that involved six vehicles on the small one-way street of Grace Street off Jennings Road. So far, no reported injuries.
2019-11-14@6:00pm–#Bridgeport CT– Two are in custody after a foot pursuit on Fairfield Avenue near Martin Terrace according to radio reports. This news report is made possible by;
The Connecticut Department of Health weekly influenza report for the week of Nov. 2-9 says there were two deaths in the week and they are the first two of the season. Glad I got my flu shot from our sponsor!