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Laredo Texas Police Station Address: 4712 Maher Ave, Laredo, TX 78041, United States


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Currently there is a power outage affecting 1,377 customers in North Laredo by the International Blvd. area. There was an accident involving a power line. AEP is on scene repairing the damaged line. They estimate that by 3 pm power maybe restored. Thank you. https://t.co/Du540zGSkU

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From TxDot

WINTER TRAVEL DRIVING TIPS

January 15, 2018

LAREDO – Winter weather creates unpredictable and… https://t.co/9DK3Jm7CCP

3 days ago
From the school districts concerning tomorrow’s early school releases. We are sharing these with you here. The… https://t.co/Ao3ZP0y9Rl

3 days ago
City of Laredo monitoring weather conditions

Emergency operations, services ready to deploy

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5 days ago
Request for info.

Hit and run vehicle look out. Pedestrian was a 67 year old woman. The vehicle, a dark colored suv, left the pedestrian without rendering aid according to the in investigation. Any information about this case please call 795-2800, Crime Stoppers at 727-TIPS. https://t.co/FTrdvn6y3s

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Laredo Police Department

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Currently there is a power outage affecting 1,377 customers in North Laredo by the International Blvd. area. There was an accident involving a power line. AEP is on scene repairing the damaged line. They estimate that by 3 pm power may be restored. Thank you.

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From TxDot

WINTER TRAVEL DRIVING TIPS

January 15, 2018

LAREDO – Winter weather creates unpredictable and dangerous driving conditions. TxDOT strongly advises you to stay off the roads. But if you must drive, please use extreme caution.
Information on road conditions in the state is available at DriveTexas.org. Travel planning and other tips are available in the TxDOT Safety Guide for Winter Travel.
Driving Tips
•Slow down. Speed limits are based on normal road and weather conditions, not winter road conditions.
•Maintain at least three times the normal following distance on snow or ice.
•Watch carefully for snow removal equipment and stay at least 200 feet behind snow plows.
•Use extra caution on bridges, ramps, overpasses and shaded areas as they tend to freeze first.
•If your vehicle starts to slide, ease off the gas pedal or brakes. Steer into the direction of the skid until you have regained traction. Then straighten your vehicle.
For emergencies, call 911.
For current travel information, call 1-800-452-9292.
For roadside assistance, call 1-800-525-5555.
For road conditions and traffic updates within the eight county Laredo District follow the @TxDOTLaredo at http://twitter.com/txdotlaredo

For I-35 corridor information and road conditions follow @I35Travel at https://twitter.com/I35Travel

For more information, contact TxDOT Laredo District Public Information Officer

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From the school districts concerning tomorrow’s early school releases. We are sharing these with you here. The school districts were the ones who made these schedules. Thank you.

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Laredo Police Department3 days ago

City of Laredo monitoring weather conditions

Emergency operations, services ready to deploy

Laredo, Texas (Jan. 15, 2018) – The City of Laredo, like other agencies and public institutions, are monitoring the cold weather conditions predicted for the area tomorrow and Wednesday.

Emergency Management Coordinator, Steve Landin, has said that “the time frame we are most concerned with is from 10 AM Tuesday, January 16, through to midnight tomorrow; this is according to weather forecasts being provided from the National Weather Service in Corpus Christi.”

As a result of these predicted weather conditions, many public education institutions have already issued early release and closure schedules for tomorrow, to address this time frame of concern and help alleviate the public needing to drive in potentially dangerous road conditions.

City of Laredo officials are urging the public:

– Monitor local news & official social media outlets from the Laredo Police Department (@laredopd), City of Laredo (@CityofLaredoTX) and Laredo District Texas Department of Transportation (@TxDOTLaredo) for updates on road conditions & possible closures

– Shelter in place, avoid driving in icy, slick, freezing conditions

– For information, citizens may also contact 3-1-1

-Conserve energy when using indoor appliances

Recap of statement from AEP regarding energy conservation measures:

“Customers are asked to take the following measures-

A. Set thermostats to 68 degrees or cooler, to reduce amount of energy used by heating and cooling systems

B. Close blinds and curtains to keep heat inside

C. Delay use of large appliances, such as dishwashers, washers and dryers

D. Turn off lights in rooms not in use

This request for conservation from AEP Texas is prompted by cold load issues associated with restoration of service following a series of distribution outages caused by current weather conditions.”

City of Laredo government administrative offices will be open tomorrow at 8:00 a.m.; officials will issue an update on hours of operation and the first regularly scheduled Laredo City Council meeting by 12 noon tomorrow.

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Cold weather advisory from the Laredo Health Department to follow

Date: January 15, 2018
To: All the community

From: City of Laredo Health Department

Through Hector Gonzalez, MD, M.P.H., Health Director

Subject: Severe Weather Precautions

Laredo, TX – – The City of Laredo Health Department (CLHD) wants to inform the public that Laredo and the weather predictions indicate low and freezing temperatures in the surrounding area and/or with precipitation. Therefore we want to provide the public with these Cold Weather Precautions:

· Listen to weather advisories and follow any precautions provided

· Beware of all traffic signs and warnings especially on roads, bridges and overpasses which may become slick if it freezes.

· Follow all police and traffic rules and precautions (Laredo Police Department & TXDOT-issued road safety alerts)

· Medical and Health facilities should check and test their back-up support systems in case of power failures.

· Monitor your food intake and physical output and maintain a regular diet to help your body better handle the severe weather conditions.

· Hydrate – Drinks with caffeine, sugar and alcohol take longer for your body to absorb and do not hydrate as well. Water is the best choice.

· If you go outside, wear appropriate clothing that will adequately insulate you from the cold and provide protection from the wind. Please make sure to wear a hat, gloves and appropriate footwear when you go outside.

· Dress in layers (do not overdress) to better facilitate regulating your body temperature. Children in particular should be kept warm but don’t overdress, if mom is comfortable baby is as well.

· Older adults, those in fragile health and smaller children can be more readily affected by the cold than the average adult, remember to take all medications as prescribed by your doctor but ask if there are any special precautions for cold weather.

· Check on loved ones and neighbors, especially those in fragile health, preferably by telephone, make sure their heating system is working.

· Pets can be greatly affected by the cold and should not be exposed longer than they have to be, provide added protection against wind and cold air, having them inside is better during extreme weather .

· Check heating units. Improperly operating/damaged heating units can release carbon monoxide gas.

· Check to make sure a space heater is being used properly: plug into outlet, not extension cord. Keep at least 3 feet away from anything that could burn, including the wall

· Never use generators, grills, camp stoves, gasoline or charcoal-burning devices inside your home, basement, garage or near a window. Make sure you have installed a carbon monoxide detector (and test it) in your home to alert you and your family to this “silent killer.”

· Check supplies of food and emergency items like flashlights, batteries, and battery-powered radio

· Plan ahead for any emergency power needs of mechanical medical equipment.

· Offer to drive, if someone must get out (pick up a prescription, medical appointment, etc.),

· Drive slowly anytime there are hazardous conditions (rain, ice, road construction) and follow all traffic precautions and wear appropriate car safety belts/restraints

Have your car winterized for cold weather

For more information please contact the City of Laredo Health Department at (956) 795-4951 or Fire department at (956) 718-6000.

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Laredo Police Department5 days ago

Urgent request for information
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Laredo Police are asking for assistance from the community regarding a hit and run suspect that has not been found or identified. The hit and run involved a 67 year woman who was struck by this vehicle at approximately after 7 pm, Saturday evening at 3100 Springfield. The vehicle, described as a dark in color suv, was last seen south bound on Monterrey Ave and Clark. According to the investigation, the vehicle did not stop nor render aid after striking the pedestrian. If anyone has any information in reference to this case, or the vehicle and where it can be located, you are asked to contact Laredo Police at 795-2800 or Crime Stoppers at 727-TIPS. You can also text a tip to 847411 then type keyword Laredo then text your message. All calls will remain anonymous.