Bridgeport Police Chief Steve Stanford said Wesley Russell, 48, was taken by ground ambulance to Wise Health System as medics performed CPR, but Russell later died. Russell was found in his home in the 1000 block of Shady Oaks Drive after police and fire departments responded to a call about a house fire around 11 p.m.Stanford said officers arrived to find the back part of the house on fire. They attempted to enter the home but were unable due to heavy smoke.
One person was taken to the hospital following a fire in a residential neighborhood in Bridgeport late Saturday night. The fire was reported around 11 p.m. at aÂ home on Shady Oaks. Bridgeport Police Chief Steve Stanford said his officers arrived to find a porch area on fire. They attempted to make entry into the home but could not due to heavy smoke. Bridgeport, Lake Bridgeport, Paradise and Runaway Bay fire departments were called to the scene along with Wise County EMS.
A Wise County K-9 officer is missing after strong storms passed through Wise County overnight. Wise County Sheriff Lane Akin said in a Facebook post that Rayco’s kennel was destroyed in the storm. Akin said Rayco’s handler, JT Manoushagian, went outside early Sunday morning to find Rayco missing. He was last seen just north and west of the Weatherford College Wise County campus off of FM 1655. “There’s no indication he was injured,” Akin said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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