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Daily Radiogram

Monday, September 16, 2019

Monday, September 16, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 153 Monday, September 16, 2019
Ambulance Struck: A City of Liberty Emergency Medical Service ambulance was involved in a crash shortly after midnight Saturday morning. According to Liberty Fire Chief Brian Hurst one of his ambulances was responding to a call on FM 2557 about a half mile off of FM 834 near Hardin. The ambulance had stopped at the side of the roadway in search of an address when a vehicle slammed into their rear bumper. The Department of Public Safety is conducting the investigation.
Still More Honors: Several years ago Dayton High school was selected to have a Marine Corps Jr, Reserve Officer Training Corps unit or MCJROTC. Since then they have earned numerous Honors and Awards. They have also become a familiar site for their volunteer efforts across Liberty Co. Now again they are being recognized as a Naval Honor School. There are 68 schools in what is known as Region 5 and for the 3rd consecutive year those DHS junior marines are in the top 20% of Region 5. Last year the Dayton student Marines were the #1 MCJROTC unit in Region 5. Since it’s beginning the Dayton student Marines have been commanded by Marine Instructor Chief Warrant officer-3, retired, Ron Tash.
Missing Veteran: A military veteran in Dayton has been missing since mid-August. Saturday the world famous Texas EquuSearch searched the areas where he was last known to be. As best as we can determine that was without success. The missing man is Steven Dean – age 34. Dayton Police Captain John Coleman said the man is believed to be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. According to Captain Coleman, foul play is not suspected. Steven Dean is 34 years old, a white male. He’s 5’10 inches, weighing 160 pounds, with a slender build. He has blonde hair and blue eyes. A tattoo on his forearm spells out the word “Soldier”. Anyone with information is urged to call the Dayton Police Department at 936-258-7621.
Panthers: The Liberty Panthers improved their 2019 season record to 2 and 1 by rolling over the Livingston Lions, 48-7. Next Friday Liberty travels to Diboll for a 7:30 kickoff and you can hear it live on followed Saturday morning by a game video, of that on the road game in Diboll. By the way this coming Friday is an open week for the Dayton Broncos to wrap up their non-district effort and then open district play Friday September 27th on the road versus Barbers Hill.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.25 ASL*



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