Topic: Montgomery County EMS
Clarksville, TN – A deceased woman found in a vehicle that was pulled from the Cumberland River Sunday afternoon. The car wrecked and enter the water late Tuesday night. Weather conditions and the river’s current didn’t allow divers to enter the water until this morning safely.
The recovery started this morning at 10:00am. Montgomery County EMS, Montgomery County Rescue Squad, Water Dogs Scuba and Safety, Clarksville Fire Rescue, Clarksville Police Department, Montgomery County EMA, Coast Guard Auxillary, and Jones Brothers Towing were involved in the recovery efforts.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office announces Tennova Healthcare to hold Critical Incident Response Exercise
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, February 29th, from 7:00am to 2:00pm, Tennova Healthcare – Clarksville will be hosting a Critical Incident Response Exercise with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), Clarskville Police Department (CPD), Clarksville Fire Rescue (CFR), Montgomery County EMS, and Montgomery County EMA. The drill will be a real world response in an exercise environment.
During this exercise, there will be a higher than normal volume of first responder vehicles and personnel at the hospital located at 651 Dunlop Lane.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police Department hosted a pilot First responder program specifically for the homeschool community at CPD’s Training Facility, Tuesday, December 17th, 2019.
Our Community Relations Unit discovered while being involved in other community related events, that Clarksville-Montgomery County has a large homeschool population which may not have an opportunity to interact with first responders through the course of their studies.
Montgomery County, TN – At approximately 9:53am, a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy, Sgt. Daniel Gagnon, conducted a traffic stop for a window tint violation, at Sango Road and Highway 76. During the stop, the suspect, Andrew Timmerman, was found to be in possession of Narcotics.
While being placed into custody, he began to fight Gagnon. After a struggle, the suspect was able to get away from Gagnon, jump in the marked patrol unit, and flee the scene.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are trying to identify two men that robbed another man at a hotel in the 3000 block of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, October 16th, 2019 around 11:00pm.
The 33 year old victim was assaulted and had property and cash stolen from him. He was treated by Montgomery County EMS, at the scene, and released.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Fire Rescue, Montgomery County Volunteer Fire, Clarksville Police, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County EMS and EMA are on the scene of a field fire off Charles Bell Road and Hampton Station Road.
Hampton Station Road is closed and residents have been asked to evacuate. No injuries are reported at this time.
Fire is spreading southeast from the railroad tracks in the area.
Clarksville, TN – On Monday, May 27th, 2019, Clarksville Police along with Montgomery County Emergency Medical Service (EMS) were sent to 102 Church Court at 3:27pm to conduct a welfare check on the resident. Upon entry the resident was found deceased.
At this time the Clarksville Police Department is handling the investigation as a homicide, and has leads that are actively being followed.
City of Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Fire Rescue and Montgomery County EMS first responders assisted in the emergency birth of a child in a hotel room on Kraft Street.
The call came at 8:40pm Saturday, March 16th, summoning an ambulance for a 29-year-old woman in active labor at the Midtown Hotel, 890 Kraft Street.
Clarksville Police Department
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department along with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County EMS, and Clarksville Fire Rescue have teamed up to feature someone’s future pet currently housed at Montgomery County Animal Care and Control, 616 North Spring Street, Clarksville.
You can become the proud owner of a new furry friend. CPD’s featured pets are named Cole and Wolfy.
Clarksville, TN – From the very beginning of this journey, experienced bikers have told me, it’s not IF but WHEN you’ll have an “incident.”
Well, Monday was my day.
I’ve dropped a bike four times in my brief riding career (3 years). The only other time I went down was in Arkansas, when I overshot a corner and slid into a rain filled ditch. No injuries and no damage to the bike. I was muddy, but lucky.
Today, I lost it in a corner and off the road I went, sliding into the brush and coming to a stop about six feet off the pavement. I STILL don’t know how and why I lost it. I was with a group of five other riders and we were just cruising along, when all of a sudden, I ran out of pavement.
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