Truck stolen from discount beverage in the front of Port St John. Last seen heading south on US-1 around 11:30am.
Plantation, Florida – There has been an explosion at a shopping plaza in Plantation, Florida, causing multiple injuries. There’s no word yet on the extent of injuries or the cause of the explosion.
07/06/19 12:05 (PLANTATION – PFD 2A FD DISP) UPDATE: 3 ADDITIONAL TRAUMA ALERTS ISSUED, 5 ADDL RESCUES REQUESTED, COUNTY-WIDE MUTUAL AID REQUIRED [FLA077]
07/06/19 11:56 (PLANTATION – PFD 2A FD DISP) UPDATE: 1 TRAUMA ALERT, 1 ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT & 3 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT PATIENTS, SEARCHES CONTINUE FOR ADDITIONAL VICTIMS [FLA077]
07/06/19 11:50 (PLANTATION – PFD 2A FD DISP) UPDATE: LA FITNESS ROOF COLLAPSED WITH POSSIBLE ENTRAPMENT. REQUEST MUTUAL-AID TRT. [FLA005]
07/06/19 11:41 (PLANTATION – PFD 2A FD DISP) BC1 IN COMMAND, GAS EXPLOSION AT FOUNTAINS PLAZA, ACTIVE HAZMAT. MASS CASUALTY INCIDENT DECLARED. [FLA005]
TPD responded to a possible Home Invasion call today around 4pm. Fortunately, TPD found no one in the home
Shui Aceves from Facebook’s Titusville Crime page writes –
‘Hi all. This was my house. I heard someone in my house.
Locked my door, called TPD. TPD came in straight away within, literally, seconds. The police officer came in through the window of the room I was in. Drew his gun and opened the room door, demanding if anyone was there, to identify themself.
He heard noise as well. At that point, TPD rushed me out the window and called for backup, just in case.
Everyone is okay, they did not find anything. I’m very thankful to TPD for their help.
I’m still shaken, but okay. I’m reviewing my cameras to see if I’ll find anything, as suggested by one of the officers.
A little while back, I had what seemed like a man/college boy trying to enter my house, hiding his face from my cameras by using his baseball cap. I had still photos of him and did call TPD then. Also, roughly around that time was another young man late at night trying to open my front door, and running off leaving a Tree Trim business card, when he saw me coming to the door. I also had stills of that person and called TPD that time.
For these reasons, I feared someone had finally broken in.
Stay safe everyone, all is okay. Sorry for the alarm.’
Content from public Facebook post
‘Guy comes out with a pistol trying to be tough telling me to stop doing fireworks on the 4th of July. Telling ME I cant celebrate Americas birthday?!? I grabbed his gun and threw it in the river in front of his face!! What a punk!!’
Call coming in on an assault in Titusvulle – Victim possibly shot.
More info as it comes.
BCFR is working a house fire on Adina Rd, Surrounding homes evacuated for safety at this time.
This is an active fire, no sightseers, please. If any new information is discovered, it will be updated here.
A brush fire by Distribution Dr near Sarno Landfill is producing a lot of smoke in the area.
Melbourne and Brevard county fire on scene.
The incident happened about 1 p.m. in the 6000 block of Corsica Boulevard, just south of Space Coast Jr./Sr. High
First Flight responded to the trauma call. Landing at Fay Lake Park. We do not have any update on the Infant at this time.
Check back for updates as we receive them.
Two sheriff’s deputies were at the house on Corsica Boulevard.
Updates via WESH –
“They did do CPR; they attached (an) AED. And when our crews arrived, the patient did have a pulse,” said Jeff Butler, Brevard County Fire Rescue. “We put an advanced airway in the child to assist with ventilation.”
First responders have not said much about what happened. They did say that adults on the scene started CPR even before the first deputies arrived and took over.
Officers responded to a report of a male that was shot in the area of 130 Lynell Lane. When officers arrived at the scene at approximately 11PM, they found a 46-year-old Hispanic male with a gunshot wound. He was airlifted to the hospital where he is in stable condition. Patrol officers and detectives received descriptions of suspects and are currently following leads. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Central Florida CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS(8477). Callers will remain anonymous and can be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000 in this case.