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Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday, July 21, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 136 Friday, July 21, 2017
Fatality Accident: A 40-year-old Moss Bluff man died yesterday morning in an accident involving an 18-wheeler unloading feed at Southeast Texas Farm and Ranch Supply near Highway 90 and FM 770 South. Officials report that Gerold Wiggins was northbound in a pickup when he allegedly ran a stop sign at FM 770 South, crossed Hwy. 90 and collided with the parked 18-wheeler. There was an oil spill, which came from the 18-wheeler’s engine, not its load. HAZMAT was dispatched for cleanup. JP Pct. 2 Ronnie Davis held an inquest and pronounced 40-year-old Gerold Wiggins dead at the scene. Judge Davis ordered an autopsy, saying he believes Wiggins had a medical issue and may have been dead prior to the accident’s impact. The driver of the 18-wheeler, 54-year-old David Sanders of Milam, Texas, was taken to Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center with what were said to be minor injuries.
Cuffs & Hoses: You are invited to be a hero for a hero by donating blood this coming Tuesday or Thursday at the Cuffs & Hoses blood drive at two locations here in Liberty County. LifeShare Blood Centers will be at the Liberty Fire Department on Lakeland Drive from 2 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 25. They will also be set up at the Cleveland Police Department on Peach Avenue from noon to 3:30 p.m. next Thursday, July 27. Organizers of those Cuffs & Hoses blood drives say first-responders, law enforcement officers and firefighters give of themselves every day. During these blood drives, you can be a hero for those heroes by donating in their honor.
**************************************************** Moth Night Out: Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge is hosting a ‘Moth Night Out’ event tomorrow at 9 p.m. at the refuge office on FM 1011. Refuge Manager Stuart Marcus said the event will begin with a photographic presentation of some of the moths documented at the refuge office. Then, there will be an opportunity to view the moths by using black lights and mercury vapor lights to attract the fascinating insects. Get this - Mr. Marcus said that since the refuge opened its new office in March of 2012, more than 800 species of moths have been documented around the building’s security lights.
**************************************************** Obituaries: Catherine Read Touchstone, 92, of Dayton. Service is 1 p.m. Sunday at Pace-Stancil FH in Dayton.
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 8.86 ASL*


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