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Motor Vehicle Accident (Response)
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We are thankful for a positive outcome this afternoon when a Wayne Township Fire Department ambulance (Indiana) collided head-on with a car on the west side of Indianapolis. Both medics were transported with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the car was transported in serious condition, while a patient being cared for in the ambulance suffered minor injuries.

We ask you to please keep everyone connected to this incident in your thoughts and prayers.


We regret to announce the line-of-duty death of Miller County (Missouri) Sheriff's Deputy Casey Shoemate. While responding to an emergency call Friday evening, Deputy Shoemate attempted to pass another vehicle and was struck head-on. Deputy Shoemate was 26 years old and had served with the Sheriff's Office for one year. He is survived by his parents and fiancee.

Condolences and tributes to Deputy Shoemate can be posted at link

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Miller County (Missouri) Sheriff's Office (area of Lake of the Ozarks) after one of their deputies was killed in a crash this evening while responding to an emergency call. We will post additional information after proper notifications have been made.