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911 problems resolved in Saratoga County
 
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SARATOGA COUNTY -- Crews have fully restored 911 service in Saratoga County. A problem with an underground Verizon cable knocked out all administrative lines into the Sheriff's Department and half of the lines into the County's 911 center. Crews got the lines back up and working on Tuesday afternoon. Officials say they will be discussing the matter further in the coming weeks and will further their emergency action plan in case something similar happens in the future.
Views: 69 CBS6 Albany
Saratoga County stages disease drill
 
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SARATOGA SPRINGS -- County health staff and volunteers practiced for disaster April 7, with a "disease drill" at Maple Avenue Middle School. Kathy Duncan, director of the Saratoga County Public Health Nursing Service, said the drill was an effort to see how much medication they could distribute in case they had to perform countermeasures against an attack such as anthrax. Nurses and county employees were attempting to hand out 1,500 doses of antibiotic in one hour.
Views: 36 CBS6 Albany
Emergency Child Custody Situation in Saratoga County
 
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Demolition of the old unit at the Saratoga hospital!
 
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Demolition of the old unit at the Saratoga hospital! UID: uohzaw Created At: 2014-03-14T18:04:58Z
Albany County Sheriff- Introduction-Emergency Preparedness Month
 
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Albany County Sheriff- Introduction-Emergency Preparedness Month
Mass Casualty Incident Drill at Shen School di
 
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CLIFTON PARK -- Sunday morning was a race against time to save lives at Shenendehowa's Koda Junior High School. Eight fire departments, three ambulance squads, New York State Polices, helicopters, and emergency officials from across Saratoga County swarmed the school. But this time, it was just a drill. "The things that we learn, lessons that we'll learn from today will help us go back and change our plan and add some additional training to our members to be prepared for the day that this might happen," says Arthur Hunsinger, 1st Assistant Chief for the Clifton Park Fire Department. The Mass Casualty Incident Drill was the first one done at this locations, and only happens every few years. "One, it provides an opportunity to make contact with all the different emergency providers across the county. And, it gives them a chance too to get familiar with our buildings because that's always the issue in emergencies how familiar people are with the locations," says Dr. Oliver Robinson, Superintendent. The situation being simulated in the frill is one of the first responders say could happen in real life easily. A bus driver has a medical emergency, and drives into the building injuring and killing several students. But, luckily in this case the students are just acting. "Shen houses the largest number of people during any daytime on this campus of over 25 thousand. So the chance that something could happen to this magnitude ranks very high," says Hunsinger. "These are reality's I mean accidents happen and things happen, and I think that we can as a community think that we're never too safe," adds Robinson. Emergency crews will now look over what they can improve on from their response at the drill and make changes to better save lives.
Views: 769 CBS6 Albany
Man Pepper Sprayed by Saratoga Police
 
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Adam Rupeka was pulled over in downtown Saratoga Springs, NY on May 16, 2015. During the stop, a city police officer pepper-sprayed Mr. Rupeka and then placed him in the back of a police cruiser with the windows rolled up, further increasing the pain of the substance. His lawyer, James Knox from E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy successfully had the charges dropped on June 4 and plans to file a civil case against the police officer and department.
Views: 1737 Gramercy
SNIPPET | IFR Orlando (KORL)  to Flagler Palm Coast (KFIN) Piper PA32 Saratoga
 
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Just a quick video from the flight deck of my favorite piston single-engine airplane - the Piper PA32R Saratoga. The Saratoga offers a perfect combination of styling, comfort, speed and handling. Over the years, it's gained some weight that can leave you wishing for a little more payload. The older sibling, the Piper Lance, offers greater load carrying capability at the expense of somewhat less refinement. In this snippet, I am enroute between Orlando Executive (KORL) and Palm Coast (KFIN) level at 5,000 feet. The panel of N315AM gives the instrument pilot everything he needs to know - and then some. And the competent Genesis Aerosystems (STec) 55X autopilot does a terrific job of reducing workload. The air conditioning is nice too :)
FEMA Region IX Holiday Preparedness Mannequin Challenge
 
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Each year more than 2,500 people die in home fires in the United States and more than 12,000 are injured. But unlike other disasters, home fires can be prevented! We want you to take a moment before you begin your holiday traditions to visit Ready.Gov to learn how you can have a safe holiday season. This holiday season our office is giving back to our community by participating in the Oakland Firefighters Random Acts of Kindness Toy Drive. We’re taking a moment to “freeze” awareness and give a nod to the emergency managers committed to making an impact in the lives of others in need.
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Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter
 
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The Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter is a temporary residence for families and individuals who have lost safe and stable housing. Three current residents share their experiences with the shelter.
Views: 1628 FamilyServiceBucks
Saratoga Neighborhood Watch
 
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Saratoga City Council Member Emily Lo, Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office Captain Rich Urena, and Deputy City Manager Crystal Bothelio share information about Neighborhood Watch, the impact it can have on your neighborhood, and how to start your own group. For more information, visit www.saratoga.ca.us/stayingsafe
Views: 144 CityHallSaratoga
Promo - Disaster Preparedness Day 2017
 
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13th Annual San Mateo County Disaster Preparedness Day Saturday, June 10, 2017 10AM - 2PM San Mateo County Event Center 1346 Saratoga Avenue, San Mateo Arrive Before 11AM for FREE Parking & FREE Adission to the County Fair For More Information Contact: The Office of Emergency Services at (650) 363-4790
Phone outages hit Saratoga 911 center
 
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BALLSTON SPA - If you live in Saratoga County and need to call 911, you may get re-routed. Verizon has been working since Sunday to fix a problem with an underground cable that has knocked out all of the administrative lines into the Sheriff's Department and half of the lines into the County 911 Center. Chief Richard Castle of the Saratoga County Sheriff's Department say, if you have an emergency and you call 911 you will be able to get through, it just may not be a Saratoga County dispatcher that answers. The 911 Center has ten phone lines into it and as of Monday evening, only 5 of them are working. If more than 5 calls come in at one time, Warren and Washington County dispatchers are prepared to assist. The dispatchers at the Saratoga County 911 Center are conducting business as usual despite the fact that only half of the lines are working. If those 5 lines get tied up, the system automatically transfers incoming calls to another county, "any calls being received by them would be handled by the dispatchers receiving the call on their end, they would then notify our center by radio to dispatch the appropriate local resources," says Chief Castle. But of course, the big question is whether that delays a response time, "it's an extra step but the delay is minimal, it's really no more... with the radio it's really no different than one dispatcher on one side of the room telling somebody else to dispatch a call," he says. While crews from Verizon work to locate and fix the problem that's caused the outage, they have offered a patch to get some of the administrative lines working again. The Director of Emergency Services for the County, Carl Zeilman, says that's not good enough, "I'm working with Verizon, making sure that they have the resources on the ground, finding out what happened and what caused this situation and how fast they're going to rectify it," he tells CBS6. This is not the first time the phone lines into the 911 Center have been down. Two years ago, according to the Chief, all 10 lines went down following a problem with an underground cable. At that point, it was decided to use a "diverse routing" system--meaning half of the lines come into the building in one area, the other half via a different cable, to prevent a total outage again. "When it went down that time, we lost all 911 capability, after that we had another meeting with Verizon and we made some changes which is why this time we did not lose our full capacity, we'll debrief this situation with Verizon as well afterwards and come to a resolution to improve this in the event it happens again," Chief Castle says.
Views: 139 CBS6 Albany
Quaker Springs (Town of Saratoga) Garage Fire (Watch in HD!)
 
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104 Southard RD, Town of Saratoga, NY Quaker Springs Fire Department
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FEMA at WALMART Upstate, NY
 
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FEMA at walmart in Herkimer County, New York
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Servpro donating van for training purposes
 
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Servpro of Southern Saratoga County donated one of its first vans to the Clifton Park Fire Department for training.
Thoughts & Opinions on New York Civil Preparedness training/Aware Prepare
 
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I recently took a class put on by the state of NEw York about preparing for different types of natural disasters. I sat through 2 and a half hours of information and then there was a Q&A session at the end which the guy from NY Homeland Security or the state fire guy couldn't answer simple questions. They referred us to our local authorities...well where were they? Why weren't they there? Why didn't the state set it up so they were there? I then find out my county which is Madison has no county wide alert system in place for disasters or Tornadoes for example. They have no emergency plan, the emergency preparedness website is a joke. It's just unbelievable. NY Citizens Preparedness site http://www.dhses.ny.gov/aware-prepare/nysprepare/ Madison County Emergency Preparedness https://www.madisoncounty.ny.gov/emergency-preparedness/home Ulster County Emergency Management http://ulstercountyny.gov/emergency-services/management/index.html
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Clay Co. sheriff tries preventative plan
 
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After regaining the badge in Clay County after November's election, Sheriff Paul Vescovo is trying to pass a plan through the county commission that he hope will address crimes before they happen. Read more: http://www.kshb.com/subindex/news/local_news?1212#ixzz2IlgOriT4
Views: 204 41 Action News
CERT mock
 
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A mock disaster for Lehi City.
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5/24/17 SUGAR GROVE - 2-Wheeled Emergency Plane Landing at Aurora Airport
 
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5/24/17 SUGAR GROVE, IL - 2-Wheeled Piper Saratoga Emergency Landing at Aurora Airport - Video by Dave Weaver For live emergency radio feeds & incident CAD covering breaking regional emergency news w/ real-time updates monitor http://www.Radioman911.com (Optimized for Firefox/Requires Flash and free sign-up) TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/Radioman911 FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Radioman911 YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/Radioman911TV/videos
Views: 7371 RADIOMAN911TV
Saratoga Hospital holds benefit auction
 
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SARATOGA SPRINGS -- Saratoga Hospital is holding its annual summer benefit auction, and this year's theme is fire and ice.Complete with music and food, all the money raised will go towards building a community health resource center.Craig smith is live at 5:30 p.m. at the Saratoga Casino and Raceway where the gala is being held.
Views: 76 CBS6 Albany
Demo at Saratoga Hospital
 
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Demo at Saratoga Hospital UID: na75xd Created At: 2014-03-14T18:06:46Z
Drill at Meadows Field to check disaster preparedness
 
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If you passed by Meadows Field on Wednesday and saw fire trucks, ambulances and many other emergency responders, hopefully you weren't alarmed. First responders were at the airport for a large-scale disaster exercise. MORE: http://spr.ly/6057BG35W
Jumping Bean Party Rental Dunk Tank Rentals in Albany & Saratoga Areas
 
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Code Blue extended in Albany and Saratoga
 
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ALBANY -- The bitterly cold temperatures mean another Code Blue night in Albany and Saratoga.Code Blue provides emergency shelter for the homeless when the temperature falls below 10 degrees, either with or without the windchill. Liz Hitt of the Homeless and Travelers Aid says that more people are likely going to need a place to stay because public buildings like the library and social services are closed on holidays.Hitt also says this has been the toughest winter since they started the program 4 years ago because there have been so many Code Blue nights in a row. It is extremely taxing to the agencies involved.The Code Blue is scheduled to remain in effect through Thursday.
Views: 59 CBS6 Albany
Popular 'Augie's' Burns to the Ground
 
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Ballston Spa - Augie's Family Style Italian Restaurant has served it's last Kitchen Sink, at least for now.A fire broke out at the popular Saratoga County eatery early this morning. Fire investigators said fighting the flames was dangerous and firefighters were pulled out early. The building was later leveled.The owner says he plans to rebuild as soon as possible at the same location. He hopes to find a temporary home in the meantime. No cause has been determined.
Views: 90 CBS6 Albany
ON POINT: Indiana & Los Alamitos Derbys, Songbird bridge gap to Saratoga, Del Mar
 
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Del Mar Thoroughbred Club and Saratoga Race Course begin their prestigious meetings next week, but there is plenty to look forward to in the meantime with champion Songbird contesting the Delaware Handicap at Delaware Park and the Indiana Derby as part of Indiana Grand's biggest night of racing as well. James Scully and Vance Hanson discuss what's coming up and what's happened on this week's ON POINT.
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Neighbors speak out against airport expansion
 
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SARATOGA COUNTY -- The Gateway House of Peace in Ballston Spa sits right next to the Saratoga County airport. It is a non-profit that welcomes in people with terminal illness, as hospice cares for them."We provide all the love, support and care to them and their families 24/7," said Patti Veitch, a board member.For years, the group worked to fix up the home they work in, with help from volunteers and community donations. It rents the home from the county. But now, the organization is afraid a possible runway expansion at the Saratoga County Airport could wipe that work away."Our fear is that the Gateway House would have to disappear," said Veitch.Saratoga County owns the airport and leases it to North American Flight Services. The company's business manager Jon Zilka told CBS6 that the FAA requires airports to submit a master plan so it can plan for possible future projects. He said that Saratoga County hired a firm to put that together. One of the projects and recommendations that came out of the process was to expand one of the runways. Zilka said that expansion would be about safety."Just because nothing has happened in the past 20 years, that doesn't mean there will not be several deadly accidents in the next decade. Every foot of runway we can add is just one more foot of safety," said Zilka.He said the recommendations included an 800 foot extension, a 300 foot extension and a no build plan. Zilka said he is on the technical advisory committee which recommended the 300 foot extension because the other would have a bigger impact on nearby homes.Even if the recommendation is added to the master plan, he said, it still may never happen."Just because a project is added to the airport master plan does not mean that it will be funded by the FAA to do," said Zilka.But the prospect has some Milton residents and the Milton Town Supervisor speaking out. They don't want people's homes or property impacted."I think that's nonsense, public safety. There's never been a public safety issue with any of the length of runway," said Milton Town Supervisor Dan Lewza.He said he is proud of the residents who have to come to meetings and even started their own."I think people are realizing the Town of Milton is speaking as one voice," he said.On June 9th, the county supervisors Building and Grounds Committee will meet. It will vote on recommendations for the master plan. Zilka said those recommendations will be passed along to the full board of supervisors which will make the final decision.
Views: 102 CBS6 Albany
Pilot escapes crash landing with minor injuries
 
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GREENFIELD -- An experienced pilot escaped a crash landing with minor injuries on Tuesday night after his engine lost power.Shortly before 3:30PM, the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office received calls about a plane crash landing off of Middle Grove Road. Sheriff's Deputies, along with the Greenfield Fire Department and Empire EMS responded to the scene. The pilot, 67-year-old Bill Booth, sustained minor injuries to his hands and legs and refused to be taken to the hospital.Booth was flying from the Saratoga County Airport to Blue Mountain Lake, where he has a home. The Sheriff's Office said that Booth had nearly 4,000 hours of flying experience. The Sheriff's Office and Federal Aviation Administration determined that a mechanical issue in the engine caused the plane to lose power.
Views: 218 CBS6 Albany
Saratoga opens Code Blue shelter
 
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SARATOGA SPRINGS -- A Code Blue shelter is opening in Saratoga on Friday to give the homeless a warm place to sleep. The Salvation Army building at 27 Woodlawn Avenue will open its doors at 7 p.m. an remain open until 9 a.m. on Saturday. The shelter opens whenever temperatures fall below 20 degrees or there is more than a foot of snow on the ground.
Views: 17 CBS6 Albany
Former pilot soars again
 
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SARATOGA COUNTY-- A former pilot and terminally ill patient is flying high after Community Hospice arranged for him to take one final flight. Bill Lyons is 93 years old and he will be the first to tell you he's ready to take off. Lyons has not been behind the controls for more than 25 years but he has about the same amount of experience as a pilot under his belt. Lyons is also now battling colon cancer. He lives at Gateway House of Peace in Ballston Spa but Wednesday he was making himself at home in the cockpit of a Cessna 172. "I thoroughly loved being in business and worked until I was 81 years old," Lyons said. Lyons owned Manastrip in Saratoga County, a company that manufactured train and plane parts and distributed them throughout the world. Every time Lyons needed to travel more than 400 miles he would fly. "I'd still be working if my legs didn't give out," Lyons said. But lucky for Lyons pilots don't really need working legs, just sharp eyes, which he has. Lyons pointed out all the controls on the plane he knew, which was a lot of them. For Lyons flying was always more of a practicality than a hobby. "Matter of fact I find it kind of boring to just go up and fly around. The interesting part about flying is plotting your course the night before and having a plan," Lyons said. Wednesday's plan was soaring above the Adirondacks and Lake George. Lyons was behind the controls for the duration of the hour flight. "This is the frosting on the cake. That's the only way I can describe it," Lyons said. Lyons says taking off and landing are his favorite parts. "They weren't going to let me land it," Lyons said through laughs, adding that if there was an emergency he knew he could. "It felt just beautiful. Absolutely beautiful," Lyons said. Community Hospice organizes these last wishes for their patients but they say this is the first time they have taken someone up in a plane.
Views: 38 CBS6 Albany
Code Blue Saratoga - Documentary
 
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Documentary on Saratoga Springs' Code Blue program Directed and produced by Jared Reed In memory of Nancy Pitts Special thanks to Code Blue staff, volunteers and guests, and Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepsen Filmed on Canon T5i
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Servpro Van used in training by Clifton Park Fire Department
 
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Servpro of Southern Saratoga County donated one of their first vans ever used to the Clifton Park Fire Department for training.
Bus on fire by Disney Animal Kingdom
 
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Video of small explosion and bystanders trying to get away from fire.
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Code Blue starts second season in Saratoga
 
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Next month will mark one year since a homeless woman froze to death in Saratoga Springs.
Albany residents speak out about port plans
 
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ALBANY--A plan to expand a facility at the Port of Albany to heat, store and ship crude oil is causing panic among some residents who live nearby. Global Companies has asked the State DEC for permission to expand its operation in Albany but with recent derailments of oil trains both here in the U.S. and in Canada, safety concerns are heightened. A number of residents of the Ezra Prentice Homes, a development run by the Albany Housing Authority met on Friday to discuss their concerns about the plan. The development is about 20 feet away from train tracks that lead into and out of the Port of Albany. The main concern among the residents is they haven't been contacted by the company or told anything at all about the safety of the plan.Portia Gaddy lives at the Ezra Pretice Homes and her apartment butts up to the tracks, it makes me nervous because I'm right by the tracks and when they come through it feels like the building is being taken up off the ground, I'm very concerned, she tells CBS6. She and others who live nearby met to call upon the DEC and Global Companies to be more upfront about the plan to the people who might be most impacted by it. My understanding is that Global Partners has talked with the Coast Guard, they've talked with the Fire Department and the Albany Medical Center but they haven't talked with the people, Albany Common Council President Carolyn McLaughlin says. Global Companies wants to install boilers that would heat crude and then pump the oil into storage tanks before shipping it down the Hudson River. I've seen the rise and fall of the Port of Albany since 1978, this is probably a once in our lifetime opportunity to increase the economic vitality and viability in this area, Jack Dority tells CBS6. Dority owns PetroChem, a local company that Global Companies contracts with for mechanical services. This particular project is of interest to us because it would create up to 40-50 construction jobs over the coming year, equipment would be all built in upstate New York and it would bring millions of dollars of material purchases to local material suppliers in the area, he says. But the people who live in the area say there are other variables that need to be considered, we have a lot of children, a lot of elderly people, a lot of traffic back and forth, Gaddy says. Most of the say, they wouldn't know what to do if something terrible were to happen, I live within a 1/2 mile from here and I'm President of the Common Council, I don't know about an emergency evacuation plan, McLaughlin tells CBS6. The DEC is still considering the proposal. The public comment period is open until January 31, 2014. Global Companies did not return phone calls seeking comment about the project.
Views: 108 CBS6 Albany
Final beam in place for new Saratoga Hospital%
 
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SARATOGA SPRINGS -- A topping off ceremony was held Monday for Saratoga Hospital's new operation room/intensive care unit project. The final beam, signed by employees, was hoisted into place Monday afternoon on the Myrtle Street side of the building. People that CBS6 spoke with are excited to see the project completed. "We've been waiting a long time to upgrade our operating rooms. Currently our largest operating room is about 440 square feet. Modern operating rooms are anywhere from 600 and up, our new ones will be 625 square feet," said Kevin Ronayne. The hospital hopes to have the building enclosed by the end of the year.
Views: 26 CBS6 Albany
Spokane County Sheriff warns of new phone scam
 
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The Spokane County Sheriff's Office wants to warn the public about a new jury duty scam that's costing residents thousands. KXLY4's Caroline Flynn reports.
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Saratoga Couty New York Quality of Life SCC_QOL_v2.mov
 
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Experience quality of life in Saratoga County, New York....one of upstate New York's premiere counties. A great place to live, work and play. Saratoga County is a destination rich in culture, arts, history, equine tradition, outdoor recreation, world class attractions and top-rated annual festivals.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Glenridge Road closed for summer starting today
 
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GLENVILLE -- A section of Glenridge Road will be closed for the summer for a reconstruction project. The roadway will be shut down from Bruce Drive to Maple Avenue.The work this summer will replace the bridge carrying Glenridge Road over the Alplaus Kill, realign and reconstruct Glenridge Road between Bruce Drive and Maple Avenue and construct most of a roundabout at the intersection of Maple Avenue and Glenridge Road.The entire project is expected to last about two months. During the closure, traffic will be detoured onto Route 146 (Balltown Road), Riverview Road (Saratoga County Route 88), Alplaus Avenue and Maple Avenue. All properties in the area will remain accessible to residents and emergency responders.Commuters are encouraged to plan ahead and find alternate routes to avoid delays.
Views: 26 CBS6 Albany
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe Colonie, Albany, Saratoga Springs, Clifton Park, Schenectady, NY P10782
 
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Gy U 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe available in Colonie, New York at DeNooyer Chevrolet. Servicing the Albany, Saratoga Springs, Clifton Park, Schenectady, NY area. http://www.denooyerchevrolet.com/searchused.aspx 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe - Stock#: P10782 - VIN#: 1GNSKCKC9GR431588 http://www.denooyerchevrolet.com/ For more information on this vehicle and our full inventory, call us at 518-458-7700 DeNooyer Chevrolet 127 Wolf Road Colonie NY 12205 CARFAX One-Owner. Black 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ 4WD 6-Speed Automatic Electronic with Overdrive EcoTec3 5.3L V8 4WD, Jet Black w/Leather-Appointed Seat Trim.brbrRecent Arrival! Odometer is 18499 miles below market average!brbrAwards:br * 2016 KBB.com Best Buy Awards Winner * 2016 KBB.com 16 Best Family Cars * 2016 KBB.com Best Resale Value AwardsbrbrbrReviews:brbr * Stout towing capacity; available nine-person seating capacity; quiet highway ride; impressive interior quality. Source: Edmunds Navigation System,Magnetic Ride Control Suspension Package,10 Speakers,AM/FM radio: SiriusXM,Bose Centerpoint Premium 10-Speaker Surround Sound,CD player,Premium audio system: Chevrolet MyLink,Radio: Chevrolet MyLink w/Navigation/AM/FM Stereo,Single-Slot CD/MP3 Player,SiriusXM Satellite Radio,Air Conditioning,Automatic temperature control,Front dual zone A/C,Rear air conditioning,Rear window defroster,5 12-Volt Auxiliary Power Outlets,6-Way Power Front Passenger Seat Adjuster,Hands Free Power Liftgate,Heated 2nd Row Seats,Memory seat,Memory Settings,Pedal memory,Power driver seat,Power steering,Power windows,Power-Adjustable Accelerator & Brake Pedals,Remote Keyless Entry,Remote keyless entry,Steering wheel memory,Steering wheel mounted audio controls,Universal Home Remote,Power Tilt & Telescoping Steering Column,Speed-sensing steering,Traction control,4-Wheel Antilock Disc Brakes,4-Wheel Disc Brakes,ABS brakes,Driver & Front Passenger Airbags,Dual front impact airbags,Dual front side impact airbags,Emergency communication system,Front anti-roll bar,Front wheel independent suspension,Low tire pressure warning,Occupant sensing airbag,Overhead airbag,Passive Entry System,Push Button Keyless Start,Rear anti-roll bar,Power Liftgate,Blind spot sensor: Side Blind Zone Alert warning,Brake assist,Electronic Stability Control,Exterior Parking Camera Rear,Front & Rear Parking Assist,Auto High-beam Headlights,Delay-off headlights,Fog Lamps,Front fog lights,Fully automatic headlights,High-Intensity Discharge Headlights,IntelliBeam Headlamps,Panic alarm,Safety Alert Driver Seat,Security system,Unauthorized Entry Electrical Theft Deterrent Sys.,Electronic Cruise Control w/Set & Resume Speed,Speed control,Auto-dimming door mirrors,Black Assist Steps w/Chrome Accent Strip,Bodyside moldings,Bumpers: body-color,Heated door mirrors,Power door mirrors,Power-Folding Heated Outside Mirrors,Roof rack: rails only,Spoiler,Turn signal indicator mirrors,1st & 2nd Row Color-Keyed Carpeted Floor Mats,Adjustable pedals,Auto-Dimming Inside Rear-View Mirror,Auto-dimming Rear-View mirror,Color-Keyed Carpeting Floor Covering,Compass,Driver door bin,Driver vanity mirror,Enhanced Driver Instrument Information Display,Floor Console,Forward Collision Alert Sensor Indicator,Front reading lights,Garage door transmitter,Heated Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel,Heated steering wheel,Illuminated entry,Lane Keep Assist,OnStar Basic Plan For 5 Years,Outside temperature display,Overhead console,Passenger vanity mirror,Rear Cross-Traffic Alert,Rear reading lights,Side Blind Zone Alert w/Lane Change Alert,Tachometer,Telescoping steering wheel,Tilt steering wheel,Trip computer,Voltmeter,Wireless Charging,3rd Row 60/40 Power Fold Split-Bench,3rd row seats: split-bench,Front Bucket Seats,Front Center Armrest,Front Heated Reclining Bucket Seats,Heated & Cooled Driver & Front Passenger Seats,Heated front seats,Heated rear seats,Perforated Leather-Appointed Seat Trim,Power passenger seat,Power Release 2nd Row Bucket Seats,Split folding rear seat,Ventilated front seats,Passenger door bin,Roof-Mounted Luggage Rack Side Rails,Wheels: 20 x 9 Polished-Aluminum,Rain sensing wipers,Rear window wiper,Variably intermittent wipers,3.08 Rear Axle Ratio
Bounce Houses,  Dunk Tanks, Inflatable Obstacle Courses & Water Slide Party Rentals
 
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http://www.jumpingbeanpartyrental.com (518) 581-7100 info@jumpingbeanpartyrental.com Jumping Bean Party Rental is a full service locally owned and operated family business right here in the Capital District. We proudly serve the communities and businesses in Albany, Saratoga, and Schenectady counties, as well as areas within the surrounding counties. We provide an extensive and unique inventory of equipment to satisfy the young and more mature. With items ranging from bounce castles and water slides to cotton candy machines on old fashioned carts and frame tents, you will find something to complete your party or special occasion. At Jumping Bean Party Rental our most important goal is to provide you with great customer service. Our high quality, clean equipment is sure to satisfy and complete your party planning. Jumping Bean Party Rental is licensed and fully insured. Jumping Bean Party Rental is proud to offer products and services for: Birthday Parties Church Events Fundraisers School Events (indoor/outdoor) Company Functions College Events Residential County Events Town Events Sporting Events Block Parties Graduations Anniversaries Grand Openings Festivals Weddings Bat/Bar Mitzvahs Holiday Events Non-profit Concerts Emergency Services Events Farms Commercial Events And many other occasions…… we are ready to make your event amazing!!
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Dance Bounce & Party with Jumping Bean Party Rentals Albany/Saratoga & Capital Region
 
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http://www.jumpingbeanpartyrental.com (518) 581-7100 info@jumpingbeanpartyrental.com Jumping Bean Party Rental is a full service locally owned and operated family business right here in the Capital District. We proudly serve the communities and businesses in Albany, Saratoga, and Schenectady counties, as well as areas within the surrounding counties. We provide an extensive and unique inventory of equipment to satisfy the young and more mature. With items ranging from bounce castles and water slides to cotton candy machines on old fashioned carts and frame tents, you will find something to complete your party or special occasion. At Jumping Bean Party Rental our most important goal is to provide you with great customer service. Our high quality, clean equipment is sure to satisfy and complete your party planning. Jumping Bean Party Rental is licensed and fully insured. Jumping Bean Party Rental is proud to offer products and services for: Birthday Parties Church Events Fundraisers School Events (indoor/outdoor) Company Functions College Events Residential County Events Town Events Sporting Events Block Parties Graduations Anniversaries Grand Openings Festivals Weddings Bat/Bar Mitzvahs Holiday Events Non-profit Concerts Emergency Services Events Farms Commercial Events And many other occasions…… we are ready to make your event amazing!!
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UPDATE: one killed, several injured in charter bus crash
 
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One person was killed and several others injured in a charter bus crash on the Northway Friday morning, according to New York State Police. Police said 55 passengers were on the bus traveling from Three Rivers, Quebec to New York City when the bus went off the side of the road and overturned in the median. New York State Police Major Richard Smith said that two families on vacation, also from Canada, saw the crash happen and were the first to help. "Each family risked their own safety to travel into the median and did everything they could to assist at the scene," he said. State Police said Chelssy Mercier, 14, of Quebec was killed when she was at least partially ejected from the bus and then trapped underneath it. Witnesses tried to help save her. "Numerous individuals, passerbys, witnesses, assisted the state police with getting the bus off that individual and life saving measures were attempted," said Major Smith. But he said, Mercier didn't make it. Her mother was also traveling on the bus. "Once we got the notification it was 53 people, or somewhere around 53 people, then we activated a MCI plan," said Patty Bashaw, Essex County Emergency Medical Services Coordinator. That mass casualty incident plan brought U.S., Canadian, state and local officials together. French interpreters were brought in to help as many of the victims speak French. Bashaw said everyone was taken to the hospital as a precaution. She said 41 were considered walking wounded patients, 10 were injured, but not critically, and three needed to go to the hospital immediately. Police said patients were taken to area hospitals including Glens Falls Hospital, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital, Fletcher Allen Health Care Medical Center and Elizabethtown Community Hospital. State Police said the cause of the crash is still under investigation. But Major Smith said there is no reason to believe, right now, that there was an issue with the driver's credentials. "He has been the subject of inspections in two states in the past year that have been documented and in all three of those inspections, he passed those inspections," said Major Smith. He said those inspections are normal for commercial vehicles operating in the United States. State Police said the company that owns the bus is Autobus Fleur De Lys, out of Quebec. CBS6 looked up the company's inspections on the US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration website and found it has a satisfactory rating and has not had any fatal crashes or crashes with injuries in the past two years. Major Smith said New York State Police will inspect the bus, interview the driver, the witnesses, and the passengers and look at the black box. "The black box is going to give us some indication of what was going on
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