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Sanctuary Rescues Animals During Heat Wave

Gaby Muro

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STOCKTON – High temperatures are not only dangerous for humans but also for animals.

One local animal sanctuary, Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary based in French Camp witnessed the dangers of high temperatures today.

The organization rescued a group of rabbits who were living outdoors in wire cages.

Unfortunately one rabbit died of heatstroke before the rescue efforts, leaving four survivors.

“Bringing animals indoors is critical to sustaining their lives,” says Christine Morrissey with Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary.

The surviving rabbits were checked out by Dr. Luehman and are now safe with the sanctuary.

According to the National Weather Service the heat will continue in the area and a Red Flag Warning has been issued starting 10 pm Monday continuing until 8 am Wednesday.

Gaby Muro is a journalist specializing in local issues and breaking news. She holds two degrees from San Joaquin Delta College. In 2018, she was considered one of the top 40 journalism students in the United States and received a scholarship to cover international conflict news near the Israeli-Syrian Border for 10 Days. Some of her work as a student has been submitted to the Student Emmy Awards. She was crowned the 2019 Miss Merced County title holder through the Miss America Organization and competed for the title of Miss California, advocating for epilepsy awareness. She has been featured on Investigation Discovery, profiling local homicide cases. Gaby is a native of Stockton, California.

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World War II Era Plane Crashes Near Stockton

Carlos Rodriguez

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY – Authorities are investigating a plane crash that occurred Saturday evening in a rural area not far from the Weston Ranch community.

At 7:39pm the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office reported a military plane had crashed in the area of South Roberts and Muller Roads.

Early reports indicate the craft had three persons aboard. Two were transported to a hospital and the third was able to walk away from the crash. The craft appeared to have significant damage.

The aircraft appeared to be a Mitchell B-25J called “Old Glory.” The plane is listed as owned by David Prescott of the Prescott Foundation.

Most recently in early September, the craft flew to Hawaii to commemorate the end of World War II, as well as delivered 30 pallets of toys to the islands for Toys for Tots.

Authorities say the airplane struck an irrigation ditch as it came down, and the injuries sustained were not life threatening.

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Major Crash Investigated in Tracy

Carlos Rodriguez

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TRACY – Authorities investigated a major vehicle collision with several fatalities, early reports indicate.

The collision happened on the Tracy Boulevard onramp to Westbound Interstate 205 Friday evening. At the scene, a gray sedan appeared to have collided against a pair of palm trees. Early indications suggest the vehicle was fleeing from authorities during a pursuit.

The onramp was closed down to traffic while officers with the California Highway Patrol investigated. Two ambulances were at the scene, but cleared the area at about 8:45pm.

A crowd gathered at a nearby gas station shortly after the crash, presumably relatives of the occupants of the vehicle which had caught fire.

By 9:00pm the onramp remained closed for investigation.

Radio traffic audio of the incident from the California Highway Patrol can be found below.

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Newman Police, Stanislaus Sheriff Officials Investigate Shooting Death

Gaby Muro

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NEWMAN – Authorities investigated the shooting death of a man as a homicide Thursday morning.

Officers with the Newman Police Department responded to the area of T-Street and Inyo Avenue at about 6:00am for a report of a gunfire. The male victim was found deceased from the gunshot wound.

Authorities taped off T Street between Inyo Avenue and Patchett Drive. An evidence marker was placed on the ground in front of a Newman Police vehicle in the driveway of a home, while investigators took measurements with tools and examined the area.

The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office responded to assist in the investigation. No further details were released by authorities.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636 where callers can remain anonymous.

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