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Police: Driver runs red light, causes Dayton crash; 2 injured

Published: Thursday, June 14, 2018 @ 9:01 AM
Updated: Thursday, June 14, 2018 @ 10:33 AM

Chuck Hamlin/Staff
Chuck Hamlin/Staff

UPDATE @ 10:35 a.m.:

Two drivers were hospitalized after a car ran a red light and caused a crash on Germantown Street in Dayton Thursday morning, according to police.

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Officers and medics were dispatched to a crash with reports of at least one person trapped around 8:50 a.m. at the intersection of Germantown and South Broadway streets.

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Investigators said the car traveling north on South Broadway Street ran a red light and crashed into an SUV.

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The driver of the car was trapped inside the vehicle, but was freed from the wreckage by fire crews.

Both drivers were transported to an area hospital with injuries that are believed to be non-life threatening.

At least two children inside the car were not injured in the crash, police said.

“This is the heavy driving season, but no matter the season, we need people to slow down,” Dayton police Sgt. Creigee S. Coleman said. 

“We need people to stop at these red lights so everyone can have a safe driving experience.” 

The crash comes as Dayton police’s use of red light cameras has been scrutinized by community members.

Last week, the Dayton Unit of the NAACP filed a petition that would put the use of red light and speed cameras in Dayton on the November ballot if the appropriate number of signatures are obtained. 

The intersection of Germantown and South Broadway streets is not one of the intersections currently with a red light camera. 

FIRST REPORT

One person is reportedly trapped following a crash on Germantown Street in Dayton Thursday morning. 

Emergency crews responded to the crash at the intersection of Germantown and South Broadway streets around 8:50 a.m. 

Two medic units have been requested to the crash. The severity of the injuries in the crash were not immediately known. 

We’ll update this page as we learn more. 

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Cooling centers beginning to open in response to relentless heat 

Published: Monday, June 18, 2018 @ 12:13 PM

Jim Noelker/Staff
Jim Noelker
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A number of people are taking advantage of Dayton's designated cooling centers to beat the relentless heat and humidity that has hit the region.

In Dayton, the Greater Dayton Rec Center, the Northwest Recreational Center and Lohrey Recreational center are places where people can beat the heat. 

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"We have a lot of people that don't have air conditioning or fans, " Nicole Burger, Greater Dayton Rec Center, told News Center 7's Malik Perkins on Monday morning. "When the weather gets hot like this, we need to give them some relief." 

Heat Advisory remains in effect

City of Dayton 

Greater Dayton Recreation Center, 2021 W. Third St., Dayton, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 

Lohrey Recreation Center and Belmont Pool, 2366 Glenarm Ave., Dayton, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 

Northwest Recreation Center, 1600 Princeton Drive, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 

We'll keep working to update this story throughout the day. 

Call our 24-hour monitored line, 937-259-2237, or send your information to newsdesk@cmgohio.com

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How much do you know about your credit score?

Published: Monday, June 18, 2018 @ 12:07 PM

Your credit score has the ability to impact how much you pay for your home, car, credit cards and insurance. 

A new study being released today by the Consumer Federation of America and VantageScore Solutions will reveal what consumers do and don't know about credit scores and how those answers may affect our ability to borrow and have a secure financial future. 

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News Center 7 consumer reporter Rachel Murray will have the results of the survey and easy ways you can improve your credit score on WHIO-TV at 5 p.m.

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Man detained following false shooting call in Centerville

Published: Monday, June 18, 2018 @ 8:29 AM
Updated: Monday, June 18, 2018 @ 9:14 AM

Officers and medics responded to a home in the 8200 block of Rhine Way Monday morning on initial reports of an unresponsive person.

UPDATE @ 11:12 a.m.:

A 37-year-old man is being detained following a false report of a shooting and home invasion on Rhine Way this morning, according to Centerville police.

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Additional details about the incident are expected to be released later this afternoon.

UPDATE @ 9:15 a.m.:

A report of a shooting after a home invasion robbery at a Centerville home was a false call, according to investigators. 

Officers and medics were dispatched to the home in the 8200 block of Rhine Way around 8 a.m. after a man called dispatchers and claimed he shot an intruder. 

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Centerville police surrounded the house but found no initial evidence of a crime. Officers later forced entry into the home and found nothing. 

Police said the investigation will continue into who made the false call. 

Additional details were not available. 

FIRST REPORT

We’re working to learn more about a police investigation occurring at a Centerville home Monday morning. 

Officers and medics responded to a home in the 8200 block of Rhine Way around 8 a.m. on initial reports of am unresponsive person, according to scanner traffic. 

According to initial reports, a person called into dispatchers and said they shot an intruder, before hanging up. Police have not found any evidence of a crime at the house, but are continuing to investigate, according to scanner traffic and our crew on the scene. 

We’ll update this page as we learn more. 

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Miami Valley looks for ways to beat the heat

Published: Monday, June 18, 2018 @ 11:55 AM



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The entire Miami Valley is under a heat advisory Monday with a heat index of 100 degrees outside.

That will make any prolonged outdoor activity dangerous if you're not taking the right precautions. 

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Doctors at Kettering Medical Center said that they are seeing a lot more patients coming in this time of year with complaints of severe cramping, nausea and headaches from the heat. 

Tree trimmers were in Riverside Monday morning, cutting down limbs around the Valley Worship Center on Valley Pike. 

Trimmers started the work at 9 a.m. and planned to be there for five to six hours. 

They filled coolers with ice and drinks to keep their core temperatures down and to keep out of the Kettering Medical Center ER.

“[The heat] makes us constantly sweat,” said Josh Patterson, tree trimmer for Tackett Tree & Shrub Service. “Keeping sweat out of your face and eyes, you really want to come down for a drink of water every five minutes.”

At Orchardly Park, parents were making sure kids' body temperatures stayed cool with the splash pad water and by giving them plenty of fluids.

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