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Multiple Fire in Spring Valley

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A house burned down
Devastating day in Rockland, Five Members of Family Perish, two of them Minors, in Fire in Spring Valley
Multiple fire departments rushed to a home on Lake Street in the Village of Spring Valley around 4 a.m. for reports of a fully-involved fire.
The growing fire had already engulfed much of the structure upon their arrival and prevented arriving fire units from accessing the residence where several people were reportedly trapped inside.
In addition to the deceased, county officials said another five people suffered injuries as well as one of the many responding firefighters. At least one of the victims suffered injuries from jumping out of a second story window.
The cause of the house fire is still under investigation.
Please keep the family and friends of the five individuals who perished today in your thoughts and prayers

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Tragic: 14-Year-Old from Rockland Driving Motorbike Dies in Accident with Snowplow Truck – Police

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STONY POINT, NY – The Stony Point Police department announced on Thursday that a 14-year-old died after he appeared to have been operating a motorbike southbound at the intersection of North Liberty Drive and Wayne Avenue when he collided with a privately owned plow truck on Tuesday.

At 2:48 p.m., police received a call advising that police and EMS were needed at North Liberty Drive and Wayne Avenue for an accident involving a juvenile on a motorbike and a plow truck.

Stony Point Police responded to the scene, along with Medics and Stony Point Ambulance. The boy was treated at the scene by Rockland Paramedics and Stony Point Ambulance Corp, and then transported to Westchester Medical Center, where he died the next day from his injuries. The operator of the truck remained on scene and is cooperating with the investigation, according to police.

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National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day!

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Today, we honor the incredible School Resource Officers (SROs) who work tirelessly to keep our schools safe and foster positive relationships within our educational communities. They provide mentorship to students, while ensuring a secure learning environment.
We are honored to have 10 proactive School Resource Officers who work everyday building relationships with staff and students in our schools.

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