Fulkerth and Tuolumne roads are currently blocked by a train at Golden State Boulevard. According Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Russ Holeman, a bicyclist was hit by a train at the Fulkerth Road and Golden State Boulevard railroad crossing.
A traffic advisory is being warned at Daubenberger and Verduga roads, as the Turlock Police Department reports a suspect allegedly set his house on fire and may be armed. Due to the ongoing incident, Daubenberger Road is closed at Canal Drive and East Avenue and Verduga Road is closed at Hawkeye and East avenues. East Avenue is closed at Daubenberger Road and Roselawn Avenue. The house fire is located on the 400 block of Verduga Road in Denair.
The parents of Branden Gover, 17, a 2014 Turlock High School graduate and likely future U.S. Junior Olympian, are outraged with Southwest Airlines for allegedly causing more than $11,000 in damage to his two Olympic-level Perazzi competition shotguns and a military-grade transport case. Teresa and Michael Gover, Branden’s parents, said they accompanied Branden to Colorado Springs’ Olympic Training Center to compete at the National Junior Olympic Shotgun Championship for Olympic-style bunker shooting, which includes 15 underground machines that shoot out clay targets at varying angles and speeds.
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