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Fire truck, car clash in Reno location; 5 individuals hurt

Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018|1:53 p.m.

RENO– Five individuals were apparently hurt Saturday when a fire engine on its method to a medical call collided with a vehicle at a crossway in the Reno area.

Authorities say the Truckee Meadows Fire Security District engine had its lights and siren on when it collided with a cars and truck as one of the lorries turned at a crossway in Spanish Springs.

News outlets reported that 4 firefighters were taken to a hospital with small injuries and the automobile motorist’s injuries were more major.

Spanish Springs is 10 miles northeast of Reno.

Israel police clash with Palestinians at Jerusalem holy site

Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015|7:33 a.m.

JERUSALEM (AP)– Israeli authorities briefly clashed with Palestinian protesters at Jerusalem’s the majority of sensitive holy site early Sunday, raising stress in the holy city ahead of the Jewish New Year.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said forces moved into the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound at around 7 a.m. Sunday after cops received reports that protesters were planning to disrupt visits to the area by Jewish worshippers and tourists.

He said the protesters barricaded themselves inside the mosque and threw rocks and firecrackers at cops. He said police did not go into the mosque, but removed barriers around the building. Suspected pipe bombs were discovered at the entrance to the mosque, cops spokeswoman Luba Samri said.

Cops released video showing lit firecrackers and other objects tossed by Palestinians inside the mosque at the officers on the outside with some firecrackers blowing up within the holy website.

There were no reports of arrests or injuries. The site was closed for 3 hours during the standoff but then re-opened for visitors.

The hilltop compound is revered by Jews as the Temple Mount, website of the two scriptural Jewish temples. Muslims call the website the Noble Sanctuary and revere it as the area where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.

The website is a regular flashpoint of violence. Because Israel recorded east Jerusalem from Jordan in 1967, Jewish worshippers have been permitted to go to– but not hope– at the site. The area is administered by Muslim authorities and is under Jordanian custody. Muslim authorities see the presence of Jewish worshippers and Israeli cops as a provocation and accuse Jewish extremists of plotting to take over the website.

Abdelazem Salhab, an official with the Waqf, the Islamic body that runs the site, implicated authorities of triggering “large damage” inside the mosque. “They crashed numerous windows and harmed many carpets,” he said.

“Jews have no rights in the mosque and its yard,” he said. “The role of Israeli authorities as the inhabiting power is safeguarding this website from non-Muslims who prepare to take it over, not helping them.”

Police stated they did not get in the site, and that any damage was caused by fireworks fired up by Palestinian protesters inside.

Video later launched by cops showed Ahmed Tibi, an Arab legislator in Israel’s parliament, chewing out officers and calling their presence “a provocation.”

Israeli Head of state Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel is committed to protecting the compound’s status, but would not endure violence at the holy site.

“It is our duty and our right to act against law breakers to allow flexibility of worship at this holy site. We will act assertively versus those throwing rocks, firebombs, pipe bombs or other device,” he stated.

In bordering Jordan, federal government representative Mohammad Momani gotten in touch with Israel to end its “provocative acts.”

Three injured when SUV, vehicle clash at intersection

Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015|11:05 a.m.


3 people were injured, one seriously, when an automobile hit an SUV and after that ran into a workplace structure Monday night in the southeast valley, according to City Authorities.

The mishap happened about 9 p.m. when a Chevrolet Equinox, north on the Pecos-McLeod Interconnect, and a Hyundai Sonata, east on Mojave Roadway, clashed at the crossway, cops stated.

The Hyundai drove over a raised curb, hit a traffic signal control box then faced the workplace structure, police said.

A traveler in the car, a 43-year-old Las Vegas woman, was seriously injured, and the driver, a 35-year-old Las Vegas man, suffered moderate injures, cops said.

The driver of the SUV, a 23-year-old Henderson lady, suffered minor injuries, officials stated.

They were all taken to Dawn Hospital and Medical Center.

The crash continues to be under investigation, cops stated.