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Roseville Public Safety and Neighborhood News - August 8, 2019

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Play your part in keeping Roseville safe by keeping up with the crime that happens in our community. Access the latest Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log


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August means the start of the new school year

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It’s August and for many Roseville families that means the start of another school year.  Traffic can get a little hectic around schools during this time of the year.  Therefore, it is important for drivers to slow down and pay attention when driving near schools. Also, if you are driving your child to or from school, make sure you know the drop-off procedures and allow extra time for the added traffic.  It is no surprise that more children are hit by cars near schools than at any other location. 

If you are driving near a school when children are present, click here for a few tips to keep in mind.


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A great story from Roseville Fire Engineer Merritt! 

Just over 7 years ago on July 25, 2012, I was dispatched on Engine 1 to a report of a child found in a pool. We arrived to find bystanders starting CPR on a 1 year old little girl named Savannah. As a team we were able to resuscitate Savannah and on Saturday, August 3, she came to visit me at Fire Station 1. She is a beautiful, healthy little girl and I was so happy to see her doing so well. Thank you for the visit! It’s always amazing when tragedy can have such an amazing outcome!


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