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What You Missed 7.12-7.15

Direct from our Chief Meteorologist Jim Phillips: The weather was quiet during the week, giving people the opportunity to clean up their yards after the previous weekend's severe weather. The temperature was a little cooler than normal with highs in the low 80 to mid-80s. Thursday in Sarpy County, a few cold air funnels were sighted. These are harmless and rarely make it down to the ground.

Law Enforcement took one party into custody after fleeing a traffic stop:

On July 13th, Menards checked with someone thinking it was a great idea to steal some merchandise:

On July 14th, an ambulance hit a parked car.

On July 15th, Overland Park Fire and Overland Park Police responded to a vehicle that had flipped in the roadway during the rain:

July 12th provided some beautiful weather for the Papillion Fire Union MDA golf scramble:

On July 13th, Bellevue Fire responded to 1108 Ironwood Court, Fontenelle Hills Apartment for a working apartment fire:

On July 14th, Bellevue Fire responded to a female who has injured when she was hit at Menards. She was transported to Nebraska Medicine with injuries to her right leg after it was briefly pinned against a pole. She also had various other abrasions.

The Omaha Fire Department took back to back working house fire calls in the morning of July 12th:

In the afternoon of July 12th, Omaha Police and Omaha Fire responded to a shooting that left one person with critical injuries:

But on July 13th, Omaha Police announced they arrested three individuals in connection with the shooting:

In the very early morning hours of July 13th, an Omaha Police officer fell victim to an Amazon Parrot who wanted to be a little too friendly:

On July 13th, Omaha Police and Omaha Fire were called to a cutting scene where one person was suffering from blunt force injuries to the head and cuts. The victim declined medical but two people were arrested in connection with the case.

On July 14th, the Douglas County Board of Commissioners issued a disaster declaration following July 9th and 10th severe weather that damaged infrastructure and left thousands in the dark:

On July 14th and July 15th, two separate accidents involving scooters were reported:

In the late hours of July 14th, a hit and run accident occurred at 29th and Farnam Street. The victims car was found upside down. A total of two people were transported to the local trauma center. The suspect ran from the scene.

Just after Omaha Police and Fire responded to the rollover, they were called to a cutting scene just down the street. The cutting and rollover were unrelated.

Two big announcements from the entire NOSS Media Team:

Make sure to check in on Sunday for a major announcement! A hot collaboration is coming in so help us cool it down!

Guns N Hoses is going to be dropping another video so tune in tomorrow for what happens in response to the elevator rescue!

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