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Nevada Highway Patrol: 2 eliminated in 2-vehicle wreck on I-11

Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018|9:03 a.m.

STONE CITY– The Nevada Highway Patrol says two people were eliminated and 3 injured in a two-vehicle wreck on Interstate 11 in Boulder City early Tuesday early morning.

The Highway Patrol states those eliminated were 2 of 3 people in a broken-down sedan that was parked on the side of the freeway when a cars and truck knocked into its rear.

The third individual in the sedan and a male and a child in the second cars and truck were hurt. All were reported in steady condition.

Inning accordance with the Highway Patrol, speed and impairment by alcohol added to the crash.

Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper assists deliver child at Daybreak Hospital

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A Nevada Highway Patrol Cannon fodder assisted a woman provide her baby at Dawn Hospital & & Medical Center Thursday morning.

NHP stated Cannon fodder Joseph DellaBella was at Daybreak Hospital at 7:35 a.m., conducting a follow-up about a crash he was examining.

As Trooper DellaBella returned to his patrol car at the emergency room entrance, a pickup truck pulled up next to DellaBella and screamed for assistance.

“As I put my foot on that brake pedal, a pickup pulls up next to me, a couple, he yells out the window ‘Help! Emergency situation, emergency situation, please aid!'” Trooper DellaBella stated.

The driver of the pickup told DellaBella his better half was having an emergency. When DellaBella went to the passenger side of the truck, he understood that the woman, Brenda Velasquez, was in labor, NHP said. DellaBella informed the husband and close-by security to get help.

Inning accordance with NHP, DellaBella stayed with Velasquez and tried to comfort her. He discovered that the infant’s head had actually started to crown.

“At that point, I didn’t understand exactly what to do besides push, so that’s exactly what I was doing. I fidgeted. There was a lot going through my mind,” Velasquez said.

DellaBella supported the child’s head and within minutes the child was fully out, NHP stated. As DellaBella was holding the infant, he noticed the umbilical cord was tied around her neck, her eyes were still closed and she didn’t appear to be breathing.

“I opened the door and I was simply gon na comfort her and hold her hand for a moment, and then she pushed and the infant’s head came out!” Cannon fodder DellaBella said, “She pressed once again and the shoulders came out then the entire baby came out.”

DellaBella eliminated the cable and helped the infant to breathe, NHP stated. The baby girl began sobbing and medical personnel quickly got here to take the mother and newborn into the hospital.

“Seeing the baby healthy, holding her in my arms today. I’m extremely grateful and I thank god that everything went fine,” Velasquez stated.

The child was called Bianca Valesquez-Cartagena and weighed five pounds and 14 ounces.

NHP stated Trooper DellaBella stayed at the healthcare facility to make sure the mother and infant were safe prior to returning to patrol task.

Cannon fodder DellaBella’s name will be on the birth certificate as the guy who delivered the kid. He has actually also consented to be Bianca’s godfather.

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Nevada Highway Patrol seeking to employ new members

A Nevada Highway Patrol vehicle is shown in this undated photo. (FOX5 FILE)
 A Nevada Highway Patrol vehicle is shown in this undated photo. (FOX5 FILE) A Nevada Highway Patrol vehicle is displayed in this undated picture.( FOX5 FILE ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. Nevada Highway Patrol is planning to host two open houses next week to help make the working with procedure much faster than normal.

The open homes are arranged for June 12 with a morning session ranging from 7 – 11 a.m. and an afternoon session from 5 – 8 p.m. at Highway Patrol’s Southern Command Head Office at 4615 West Sundown Road.

” This process is going to be moving quick,” NHP Cannon fodder Jason Buratczuk stated. “Usually, when you get hired on by the department, it can take six months to a year, it’s a long process. We’re accelerating that procedure.”

NHP is wishing to have 20 officers employed by August.

Anybody who has an interest in applying in motivated to submit an application first beforehand.

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Highway Patrol IDs guy killed in rollover crash

Friday, April 13, 2018|2:49 p.m.

. The Nevada Highway Patrol identified a motorist eliminated Thursday night in a single-car, rollover crash as Jeffery Sedgh, 41.

The wreck happened about 7:50 p.m. in the westbound lanes of Summerlin Parkway, east of the Buffalo Drive off-ramp, the patrol stated.

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata Sedgh was driving drifted off the road, struck a bridge abutment and reversed, the patrol stated. Sedgh died at the scene.

The investigation is ongoing.

Alaska lady accused of stealing patrol car holding spouse

Friday, Sept. 4, 2015|11:34 a.m.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)– A lady suspected of taking an Alaska State Troopers patrol car that held her handcuffed other half in the back seat was jailed on suspicion of theft and other charges.

Troopers acting on an idea found Amber Watford, 28, of Big Lake, and Joshua Watford, 38, at a house in Wasilla on Thursday.

An officer had arrested Joshua Watford on Wednesday after receiving a pointer that he remained in a Big Lake pawn store. He had been convicted of driving under the influence but had actually failed to participate in court-ordered classes, stated troopers spokesperson Megan Peters.

After Watford had been positioned in the back of a patrol car, a passing motorist stopped and began speaking with the detaining officer. While the officer was sidetracked, cannon fodders stated, Amber Watford got behind the wheel of the police car and took off.

Cannon fodders recuperated the police car an hour later on. It had not been damaged. Absolutely nothing was missing out on from the car, including the handcuffs that had actually been on Joshua Watford’s wrists, Peters stated.

Troopers introduced a look for the Watfords that consisted of a helicopter and an Anchorage Police Department K-9, however the effort to discover them was stopped after numerous hours.

After the idea can be found in Thursday, the Watfords were arrested on suspicion of car theft and other charges, including preventing prosecution and criminal mischief.

Joshua Watford remained jailed Friday early morning. Amber Watford’s bail was set at $20,000, and she was not in custody.

Directory help did not note a telephone number where the Watfords might be grabbed remark.