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Porterville Reporter (Newspaper) - August 18, 2009, Porterville, California WEATHER AIR QUALITY 135 Unhealthy for groups Moon pies It's a dessert that will have your guests thinking you've hung the moon and you won't have to lieat up your kitchen getting the job INSIDE NEWS Grant initiative Community colleges in the including College and College of the are teaming up in an effort to land federal grants earmarked for community college See PAGE 7A INSIDE NEWS Bade to school The 2009-10 academic year See PAGE 3A INSIDE TODAY 9AOPINI0N_ 4A EDUCATION 7A COMMUNITY 2A STOCKS SA SPORTS 12-16A 11A VALLEY 3A OBITUARIES 5A CLASSIFIED 16-24A c THE RECORDER TO CALL 784-5000 Head-on Collision Crash injures 2 PPD officers 1 officer in surgery late Monday night at Fresno By ALEX SCHULTZ and THE PORTERVILLE RECORDER A head-on collision involving two police cruisers and a Ford pickup Monday in Porterville resulted in one officer being transported by helicopter to Community Regional Medical Center in Officer Kurtis 32, suffered major injuries but was conscious and talking while he was put into the authorities said at the Smith was stable and In surgery late Monday night at Police Chief Chuck McMillan has some serious McMillan said late Monday think it's going to be a long road to get him fully McMillan said Smith suffered multiple breaks to his left arm and several cracked or broken ribs and three breaks to his left The driver of the pickup and the other officer both suffered moderate California Highway Patrol Sgt. Barrel Giefer said at the Both were taken to Sierra View District Hospital for McMillan said the second Anthony 35, was treated and released from Sierra View and will be evaluated today by a physician to see if he can return to The focus McMillan is on Smith and his not a phone call you want to get as a police about someone getting especially one of your he main concern is for Kurtis and his McMillan said Smith's see PAGE 12A RECORDER PHOTO BY MARK FAZZONE Authorities investigate a head-on collision involving two Porterville Police Department patrol cars and a Ford The crash left three people RECORDER PHOTO BY ALEX SCHULTZ The accident scene is shown looking east across the Olive Avenue bridge over the Tule late Monday RECORDER PHOTO BY ALEX SCHULTZ A Porterville Police Department cruiser is shown Monday from the Tuile River bottom on the West Olive Avenue bridge after an accident involving two PPD units and a pickup A Porterville Police Department officer is moved to a waiting helicopter after a traffic accident involving PPD police cruisers and a pickup on West Olive Avenue in PHOTO BY 1 Take Ihe road less traveled Notched blocks in the tread pattern dig into nearly and for better off-road tire compromising on-road comfort and ' even ' sipes deliver exceptional snow and wet traction tire life of the * Compared 10 Goodyear Front 3'Rib 600-16 6-Ply................... 650-16 6-Piy.................. Rear R-1 11.2-284-Ply.............. 15.5-38 6-Ply.............. all other sizes available 11R 24.5 14-Ply 295/75R22.5i4-Piy Closed Sholder 11R 22.5 14-Ply 11R24.5 14-Ply all other sizes available Corner of Hwy 65 & North Grand mm Field Service Truck Available 0642947111113
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