Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on July 25, 2018
Batavia Police called to bust up a brawl on Walnut Street.
City Police were called to 18 Walnut Street in Batavia for another reported brawl between several households.
The fight was reported at around 7:30 last night and ended in injury for some.
After arriving, Officers on scene reported a subject with a head injury and Mercy medics were called to respond.
Request for a second ambulance came in a few minutes later for another unknown injury.
An individual refused treatment for an injured hand, however another male who apparently had sustained some type of injury to his nose from was transported to UMMC.
There is currently no report on whether anyone was arrested in the incident.
Tractor Trailer rollover in Pavilion lands Driver in the hospital.
A tractor-trailer rollover accident with injuries was reported shortly after 7 last night on Ellicott Street Road and Starr Road in Pavilion.
The male driver apparently told officers he swerved to avoid a deer before rolling the big rig.
Captain Bryen Murrorck said Mercy Flight was put on standby once the driver was discovered…
The driver had apparently crawled out the truck, walked about 20 feet and collapsed.
The first on the scene was Firefighter David Clor who stayed with the driver…
The man was complaining of neck and back pain before being airlifted to ECMC.
He was sent as a precaution to determine any possible internal injuries.
Medina woman faces drug charges following a crash in Stafford.
A crash with a female driver reported to be falling asleep at the wheel with a hypodermic needle sticking out of her arm drew the response of State Police to Route 33 in Stafford Monday night.
29 year old Samantha Wroblewski of Medina allegedly admitted to possessing heroin and additional hypodermic needles when she was taken into custody by Troopers.
Wroblewski was charged with DWI, and drug possession and released with an appearance ticket returnable for August in Stafford Town Court.
The Muckdogs lose first of three to the Yankees.
Batavia was dealt defeat by the Staten Island team in a one sided match last night with a final score of 7 to 1.
They continue their series in Dwyer Stadium tonight with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05.
You can hear the action right here on WBTA.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is displaying a unique item donated by Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly.
It’s a custom-made motorcycle autographed by Kelly, Evel Knievel and his son Robbie.
Kelly first got the bike at his celebrity golf tournament back in 2009.
Kelly himself was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2002.