• Date: 09/11/2016 6:45 AM – 7:00 AM
• Location: Fire Station 27
7067 Hamner Ave.
Eastvale, California 92880
The City of Eastvale will hold a 9/11 Memorial Ceremony and Moment of Silence on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
Where: Eastvale Fire Station 27
7067 Hamner Ave., Eastvale, CA 92880
Time: 6:45 a.m.
Moment of Silence: 6:59 a.m.
Please join our Eastvale Firefighters, Eastvale Police Department, City Council members and staff as they observe a moment of silence in honor of the heroes and victims of September 11, 2001.
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the Eastvale Firefighters and Police Officers will gather together in their work uniform at the base of the Fire Station 27 flag pole and stand at attention during the posting of the American Flag at exactly 0659 hours PST (time of the collapse of the south tower). The Eastvale safety personnel and all in attendance shall observe a one-minute moment of silence.
Let us come together as a community for the 15th anniversary of 9/11 to honor, remember and reunite. This event is open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend. Coffee and donuts will be available after the ceremony.
BY: STAFF REPORTS
Firefighters respond to Accident on Schleisman and Harrison
Photo Courtesy: T. Delbuono
EASTVALE – On Sunday night March 30 around 7pm near the intersection of Schleisman and Harrison there was serious accident. Three vehicles and Five people were involved. Three of the people involved were taken to the hospital. According to the Eastvale Police Department, one of the people involved was trapped in the vehicle and had to be rescued by Eastvale Fire Department.
Residents who lived around the area reported via Eastvale News Facebook that, ” A lady ran a red light and t-boned a car then that car hit another car”. The accident caused Schleisman east of Harrison to be closed while responders worked to free the trapped motorist and control the accident scene.
Another resident, who lives near the accident scene reported that, ” There was a small child in the back seat who seemed to be OK but they transported him for precautionary reasons. ” Once the Eastvale Fire Department arrived they were able to cut the top off of the vehicle with the trapped person and transport the motorist to a local hospital.
By 8:30pm vehicles were up on tow trucks and the accident scene was being cleared, road was still closed. We will update if more information becomes available.
UPDATE: The older woman who was taken to the hospital had surgery and is reported to be in good condition. The young boy was treated for his injuries and is doing well.