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NANUET, NY – At approximately 2:40 am on April 12, 2021 the Nanuet Fire Department was alerted to a report of a structure fire at 28 Van Nostrand Place, Chief Anthony Knapp (8-1) was first arriving on scene and confirmed a working fire. First due engine (8-EQ) led by Lieutenant Jordan Parker (8-6) stretched an initial attack line to start fighting the heavy fire. A second line was started by Lieutenant Bill Schoenleber (8-7), both lines worked together to knock the main body of fire down. All units returned to quarters around 5 am. Clarkstown Fire Inspector remained on scene to investigate.

Mutual aid from:
Excelsior Fire Engine Company No. 1
Pearl River Hook & Ladder Co#1
West-Nyack Fire-Department
Columbian Engine Co. #1
New City Fire Engine Co. No. 1
South Spring Valley Fire Dept.
Clarkstown Police Department

All residents were able to safely get out of the home. No reports of any firefighters injured on scene.

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MISSING PERSON: Jordan Taylor, Spring Valley HS Graduate has been Missing Since January 6th

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Jordan is 29, Height: 5’11” Weight: 170 Ibs

Missing since Jan 6, 2023. He was last seen in Midtown/Times Square/Port Authority & Financial District

Any information, please call 845-596-7350 or Email: [email protected]

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Police: 2 Passengers Die in New Years Car Accident in Haverstraw

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HAVERSTRAW, NY – On 1/1/23 at approximately 1:30 am, Haverstraw PD units were dispatched to Beach Rd in the area of the Kayak launch for a reported motor vehicle accident with injuries.

Upon arrival, Officers observed a single vehicle up on an embankment on the north side of Beach Rd. The vehicle was occupied by 3 females. The driver, a 64 year of female from Haverstraw, stated she was driving North on Beach Rd and was making right hand turn at the Kayak launch when she lost control of the vehicle and the vehicle slid off of the roadway. The rear passenger, 65-year-old female from Stony Point, was pronounced deceased on scene. The front passenger, 87-year-old female from Stony Point, was transported to Nyack Hospital but succumbed to her injuries.

The driver was given field sobriety tests as well as an alcohol breath test. The driver passed all tests. It appears that the rain and fog were the contributing factors to this accident. Police are withholding the identities of all individuals involved until notifications are made to family members.

The Town of Haverstraw Police Department was assisted by the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office as well as the New York State Police.

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