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12-28-2019 | 4:05 PM | EAST FARMINGDALE,NY— A pilot escaped serious injury after his Mooney M-20J Fixed Wing Single Engine plane crashed in a wooded area in Farmingdale, New York. On December 28, 2019 at 4:05 p.m., multiple emergency responders including East Farmingdale Fire Company responded to the reported aircraft crash right off the Southern State Parkway.
The plane took off from Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach and was approaching the runway at Republic Airport in Farmingdale when it lost power. According To Flight Radars the plane was 22 minutes into the flight when it crashed about a mile from the runway at Republic Airport.
Agencies from multiple fire departments across Suffolk & Nassau Counties responded to the crash site. Due to the nature of the crash and proximity to the airport an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) Crash truck from Republic Airport responded to the scene. Fire officials say the pilot was able to self evacuate the plane after the crash and only suffered minor injuries.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) & National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will take the lead on the investigation.
12-22-2019 | 9:30 PM | CHARLOTTE,NC— On December 22, 2019 a Charlotte homeowner lost everything in a devastating house fire just days before Christmas. 911 calls reported the fire around 9:30 p.m., at the home at 11702 Park Road. When firefighters with Charlotte Fire Department Station #24 arrived they encountered heavy fire coming through the roof and engulfing the single story home.
Over two dozen Charlotte Firefighters work aggressively to find the fire and extinguish it. Collyer’s Mansion conditions also known as clutter/hoarding conditions made it difficult for firefighters to battle the blaze.
Neighbors who live nearby witnessed the fire as it happened and saw dozens of emergency responders converge on the scene. One resident said the flames were so intense flames reached 20+ feet above the trees and could be seen 2 streets over. Neighbors say the homeowner who lived alone and sometimes kept to himself was not home at the time of the fire. Residents in the are just were stunned that this unfortunate tragedy happened just days before the start of Christmas.
It took 23 firefighters from multiple Charlotte Fire Stations to bring the fire under control in 22 minutes. No injuries were reported, although not much of the home could be saved according to fire officials.
A preliminary investigation determined the cause of the fire to be accidental. According to fire investigators the fire was caused by a cooking fire that was not extinguished properly. Damage to the home was estimated at $100K.
12-21-2019 | 2:23 PM | CHARLOTTE,NC— On Saturday December 21, 2019 a suspect armed with a gun robbed at woman outside of a South Charlotte ATM. At At 2:23 pm, officers with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police responded to the report of the robbery outside the Wells Fargo at 2821 Pineville-Matthews Road.
Police say a female victim reported she was approached by a suspect armed with a gun while she was outside using the ATM. The man was reported to be wearing a full face mask at the time of the robbery. Police say the masked gunman robbed the woman of cash and fled the scene.
Crime Scene Investigators (CSI) could be seen outside of a white vehicle in the parking lot dusting for fingerprints and photographing the scene.
12-7-2019 | 7:31 PM | CHARLOTTE,NC— On Saturday December 7, 2019 at 7:31 p,m., 911 calls into Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department reported a man shot multiple times. The shooting was reported inside an apartment complex at 2800 Baltimore Avenue in the South End neighborhood.
When officers arrive they found a male suffering from multiple gunshot wounds inside the apartment complex. Police confirm the man showed up at an apartment nearby and a resident dialed 911. CMPD was unsure where in the complex the victim was shot.
Paramedics with Mecklenburg EMS (MEDIC) rushed the victim to Atrium CMC Trauma Center with life threatening injuries.
The investigation is still ongoing. Police have made no arrests at this time.
12-15-2019 | 12:22 AM | FORT MILL,SC— On Sunday December 15, 2019 around 12:22 a.m., the York County Sheriff Office received 911 calls reported a shooting at a Fort Mill,SC Bar. The shooting was reported at the Drunken Goat Bar & Grill located at 377 Rubin Center Drive. Dozens of officers from the YCSO and SC Highway Patrol converged on the scene within minutes. According to a York County Sheriff Spokesman the shooting happened after an argument near the bar’s pool tables became violent.
The violence erupted just across the street from the popular Carowinds Amusement Park on Carowinds Boulevard just outside of the Charlotte, North Carolina city limits.
A 23-year old Charlotte man and a 27-year old Rock Hill man and a Rock Hill man, 27, were both wounded following the gunfire. Both victims were taken by others in a personal vehicle to Atrium CMC Pineville Hospital. One man was shot in the chest while the other suffered a gunshot wound to the neck. Both injured victims appear to have non life threatening injuries said York Co. Sheriff Spokesman Trent Faris.
Witnesses told officers the victim was transported in a personal vehicle to Witnesses say the suspect was described as a black male 6’4″ with dreads wearing a red long sleeve shirt. The suspect reportedly fled the scene in a red colored Acura.
The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made.