Written & Photo’s By: Wayne Gauger
A family was out tubing A young boy inner-tubing behind the boat went under the water and that prompted the sister and man, who is their step-father to try to find him in the water. The man was able to get the boy back in the boat, but he then went under. The kids and their mother along with two dogs made it back to shore. First responders were paged to the river near Memorial Park in Wausau around 2 p.m. Thursday. Marathon County Dive Team was also brought in. current wind conditions are making it dangerous for the search. It’s challenging for the dive team under the water, but they are using sonar equipment. A helicopter was paged at the beginning of the search, but was called off due to windy conditions, it is also why a drone was not used in the search. The Seatch was called off at 9:15PM Thursday. Search crews will be back out Friday morning at 7AM. WGWI-PUBLICATIONS will follow this situation and bring you any updates on our Facebook Page Search WGWI-PUBLICATIONS.
Pella Fire Was Paged Thursday Just Before Noon For A Structure Fire Off River Bank Road. Many Surrounding Fire Departments Assisted. No Further Information Is Available! Watch Next Weeks (2.28.17) Marion Advertiser For More Information.
PHOTO’S FROM THE SCENE: FROM TIMOTHY ZILCH & WAYNE GAUGER
Information From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Drew Spielman
Incident Date: 7/19/2016
Incident Type: Structure Fire
Incident Address: 4xx S Broadway
Incident Time: 4:30PM
Incident Description: Fire in a commercial structure.
Cause of Fire: Under investigation by Fire Marshal Office
Origin of Fire: Near a paint booth.
Estimated Dollar Loss: $300,000
Injuries: 2 Civilians transported for observation
Number of People Displaced: 0
Additional Information: Fire crews were dispatched to 4xx S Broadway for the report of a fire in a spray booth. On arrival crews found heavy fire coming from a single story commercial structure. Crews performed an exterior defensive attack due to the roof caving in. The building housed various paints and lacquers. The Green Bay Fire Haz-Mat team was called to assist with run off and determine if materials were hazardous. Working with Green Bay Public Works it was determined that the run off was nonhazardous and posed no environmental hazard. Green Bay utilized the MABAS system and received help form DePere, Ashwaubenon, and Bellevue. Two workers were transported for observation and released from an area hospital. Crews remained on scene for nearly 4 hours.
Photo’s From The Scene: WGWI-PUBLICATIONS
Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch
Tuesday approximately 11 AM Clintonville Fire Department was paged to Morning Glory Drive for a reported smoke filled apartment. Clintonville Fire was assisted by Marion Fire Department Clintonville Ambulance and other Emergency Personnel … No injuries were reported.
Sunday Afternoon Bear Creek Fire Department was called to the Township of Deer Creek Birch Road for a reported Grass Fire that was catching a woods on fire. Bear Creek Fire Department was on scene for an hour. No injuries were reported.
Assisted By: Timothy Zilch
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