Just completed a rescue of an individual over the side of a cliff in the Bixby Bridge area. The rescue took several hours.
2:30 pm update – from a blog reader and a friend and fellow south coaster …
“I talked to Kenny Harlan @ Lucia last night on my way home from town when I saw 3 sheriff cars in his lot and had already passed LPNF engine, BSVFB engine and another vehicle at Packard beach turnout, just north of Lopez Point. He gave me some info and then I saw sheriff cars at the Willow Vista View and they were talking to campers in the lot who heard the altercation that happened at Willow Crk Beach. At that point they didn’t have the guy but they were going to go looking after getting as much info from the campers. The info they had was that a van came down from Monterey with a few people in it and they were at the beach. After some time the altercation broke out and I thought he said 2 people were stabbed, with the female driving to Lucia (who was also stabbed) to report it.”
And, as I’ve said, word is he was caught.
2:00 pm – word on the South Coast is that a suspect has been caught. Further details as they become available.
10:00 am – According to KION, the stabbings occurred approximately 9 pm last night, Oct. 3, about 5 miles from Lucia Lodge. Both victims were airlifted out due to the remoteness of the incident. There is no suspect, yet. No motive was given, and the exact location is also not provided. Others may have more information. If I find out anything additional, I will add it to this post.
Another bicycle group on the highway. As the stress in the urban areas increases from population increases, we can expect a reciprocal stress on our lovely strip of coast between TWO large urban areas!
Ride 2 Recovery (R2R) is a non-profit organization that helps improve the health and wellness of injured veterans by providing rehabilitation through cycling. We organize out-door non-competitive cycling events to enable injured veterans the ability to rehabilitate, both physically and mentally, from the agonies of war. Some of our combat wounded veterans have specialized bikes made for them to deal with their particular injury (many are amputees). The continued support from the schools not only keep our riders motivated on the challenge, it is also a great boost of morale to have the support of the students cheering them on as they make their journey to recovering.
We are currently planning and wrapping up this year’s California Challenge for 180 active and inactive military personnel October 5 – 11, 2014.
OCT. 5TH PALO ALTO TO GILROY
OCT. 6TH GILROY TO CARMEL
OCT. 7TH CARMEL TO SAN SIMEON
OCT. 8TH SAN SIMEON TO PISMO BEACH
OCT. 9TH PISMO BEACH TO SOLVANG
OCT. 10TH SOLVANG TO VENTURA
OCT. 11TH VENTURA TO SANTA MONICA
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Tuesday, October 07 at approximately 12:22pm. Other schools along the route in the past usually have the students make signs, wear red white and blue, and hold American Flags to show their support as the riders pass by the school.
We have 5 challenges a year throughout the US. Let’s put California on the map as the state with the most school support.
The veterans are looking forward to seeing the students out cheering them on.
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