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Child killed in vehicle rollover

Monday, July 7 — A Saturday, July 5 vehicle rollover claimed the life of an unrestrained 3-year-old child.

According to the California Highway Patrol, Jamie Sauce, 32, of Stockton, California was driving a 1996 Chevrolet Astro van southbound on Highway 395 south of the Secret Valley rest area near Ravendale. Traveling with her were Florencio Sierra, 32, and four juveniles ages 1 through 7.

The accident occurred at approximately 6:42 a.m. when the tread of the right rear tire of the vehicle separated. In response, Sauce applied the brakes causing her to lose control of the vehicle. The van traveled off of the west roadway edge and descended a steep embankment where it overturned, ejecting several of the unrestrained juvenile occupants.

Fire burns N. Lassen Street structures

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Sunday, July 6 — A fire on N. Lassen Street earlier today, Sunday, July 6, burned two garages. Both structures sustained extensive damage, however the residence connected to one of the structures received moderate damage, according to Susanville Fire Department captain Mark Ward. There were no immediately known injuries and the cause of the blaze has yet to be determined. Photo by Makenzie Davis

Structure catches fire in Susanville neighborhood

Sunday, July 6 — There was a structure fire on North Lassen Street today, Sunday, July 6. More information and photos will be posted soon.

A crowd gathers for candlelight vigil

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A crowd gathers at Janesville Park for a candle light vigil for Dr. Rich Meinert on Wednesday, July 2. See the Tuesday, July 8 edition of the Lassen County Times for the complete story. Photos by Ruth Ellis  

 

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The Thompson Peak Veterinary Service sign has become a place for people to leave flowers in memory of Dr. Rich Meinert. 

Plumas National Forest lightning update

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014 — Five small fires resulted from July 1 lightning across the eastern portion of the Plumas National Forest. Four of the fires, between Dixie Valley and Frenchman Lake, were one-tenth to 1/2-acre in size with one (Dixie) at five acres. All were suppressed quickly. A sixth fire, starting in a structure and spreading to vegetation, was also quickly extinguished.


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