About 11:15 a.m., a new fire, being called the Bachelor Fire, off Bachlor Valley Road, started in Lake County north of Hwy 101. The Incident Commander reports the fire is “three to four acres” and burning at a “moderate rate of spread.”
Lake County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Walter White confirmed the Marine Patrol unit located what they believe to be Flanagan’s kayak on the water yesterday, but he still remains missing.
One patient was out of the vehicle. However, another person was still in the vehicle down in the canyon.
The CHP Incident page indicates the vehicle was reportedly “speeding around the corner” when it struck the power pole.
The suspect was described as a white, adult male in a camouflage jacket.
“We now should make it through the drought safely with enough water to supply our needs,” Councilman Lindy Peters said.
The victim, a male, reportedly is responsive, possibly intoxicated, and cannot identify what happened to him or how he got there.
“The purpose of the meeting is to discuss Behavioral Health services and Mental Health Services Act programs in Mendocino County.”
“The truth is that there has been a long, ugly history in the United States of policies that had the effect of separating Native American children from their culture, families, and communities,” said Attorney General Bonta.
“The Mayor’s Proclamation recognizes that Fort Bragg was built upon the homelands and villages of the Indigenous Peoples of the area, now known as the Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians.”