Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Liberty Street Mystery Continues


The mystery about the situation on Liberty street overnight continues. A body was found inside the home that was filled with the toxic smell of chlorine? Or something no one is sure yet  The second scene was a vehicle down the street that also had the toxic smell. No official word on this bizarre situation yet


There was also an SPD officer who had to go to hospital after being at the call

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's the identical MO that a particular species of extraterrestrial leaves behind.I've heard of it many times before.

Anonymous said...

There was also an SPD officer who had to go to hospital after being at the call

That's what happens when the Police Department isn't trained in Hazmat, but they want to be in the middle of everything. Just like NYPD has a Emergency Response unit that responds on all reported rescues or most in NYC. They respond to the rescues and use absolutely minimal protective gear. They are good at what they do, but they are 100 years behind in protective gear.

Police officers are trained very basic "First Responder," but they lose that certification and never, never do any continuing education on EMS. I don't know if they are required to keep there CPR, but I think all police officers should be required to be an EMT at the bare minimum.

Anonymous said...

Question:

Do you think that the Salisbury Police Department or the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office should respond automatically to most ambulance calls? I think they do in Ocean City and some other jurisdictions.

Jonathan Taylor said...

I know the identity of the deceased but will
Not be publishing it so please understand if you don't see comment

Anonymous said...

Any officer that has taken the Clan Labs course at ESCJA, knows:
"
If there is a chemical smell, then leave and tell." [a hazmat team.]