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Hit in Head by Bat
A caller reported on June 15 at 7:04 p.m. that a seven-year-old girl had gotten hit on the side of the head by a bat while playing at Lagana Field on Sheldon Avenue. The caller said the girl was conscious but requested medical evaluation. Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported her to Westchester County Medical Center.
Jumper Down, Survives
On June 16 at 3:10 a.m., County Fire Control requested the Fire Department's Marine 5 rescue boat for a jumper off the Tappan Zee Bridge. Ambulance Corps and Greenburgh PD medic responded as well, joining Tarrytown at the dock on West Main Street. All units returned when the male jumper was reported rescued from the water by the Rockland Marine Unit. According to the LoHud article the 3o-year-old "despondent" man had only jumped from about 30 feet up on the lower end of the bridge and most likely did not sustain any major injuries.
Accident With Injuries
A car accident with injuries was reported at South Broadway and Church Street on June 16 at 12:12 p.m. Irvington and Greenburgh were requested for ambulance and medical assistance. Two people refused medical attention at the scene and one was transported to Phelps Memorial Hospital by Irvington Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
Fell Between Train Cars
Numerous calls came in on June 16 at 3:27 p.m. reporting a man had fallen onto the train tracks at the Tarrytown Metro-North station. The man apparently fell in between the first and second train cars when he was exiting the train. The man was reported by police upon their arrival to be conscious, alert and off the tracks. Tarrytown Ambulance transported the man to Phelps.
Deer Struck on Wildey
Usually our village deer sightings seem to gravitate to the Benedict Avenue area, but on June 17 at 1:28 p.m. a caller reported a deer had been struck and was lying on Wildey Street. Officers on scene reported the deer was injured but lying off the roadway. Later they reported deer had died and Greenburgh Animal Control moved it, awaiting DPW removal.
Baby Raccoon Can't Get Over the H-Bridge Either
In other animal news: It's a bridge that challenges most people, imagine what it must have done to a small animal. A suspicious group of people hanging out on the H-bridge was cause for a concerned resident's call to police on June 19 at 10:53 p.m. Officers at the scene reported that the group was assisting a baby raccoon off the bridge.
A Benedict Avenue resident called to report on June 20 at 8:15 p.m. that the wires connected to her neighbor's house were on fire. The fire department was dispatched after police confirmed the wires were indeed on fire. Con Edison and the homeowner were notified. Police closed Benedict from Highland to Midland avenues due to the live wire in the roadway. Con Edison came to fix the situation and the roadway was reopened at 10:42 p.m.
Note: Police Beat is in no way a complete summary of all Tarrytown Police activities and responses during the listed dates.