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The Alert Box in the left hand menu is both an automated and manually controlled area where alerts of interest appear. See the descriptions below on what the alert icons mean.


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FAQ Posted by Craig ⭐
Posted on Monday 18 September 2006 - 16:19:54
 
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SCM ALERT🚨
Sep 21 : 06:48pm
TYPE: STRUCTURE FIRE AREA: APPLE VALLEY STATE HWY 18 / PIONEER RD - APP X > UNITS: MT336 BC4611 MBP337 ME332 ME331 ME8 I4653 CLOCK10 LPTAC9 3TAC8 NOTIFY BC C_HBOM FEDCO] ~MAT
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Sep 21 : 06:22pm
TYPE: VEHICLE FIRE AREA: BIG BEAR CITY MM40 STATE 18 - BBC MM40-STATE18 X UNITS: BC132 ME96 MT281 CALCOM FEDCOM

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IDKnothin
Sep 21 : 05:08pm
Thanks AB Rider.

IDKnothin
Sep 21 : 05:07pm
“Began”

IDKnothin
Sep 21 : 05:06pm
SAR training today out of Snow Valley. They are using a Huey. Vegan at 9am this morning.

SCM ALERT🚨
Sep 21 : 04:46pm
TYPE: FIRE TYPE UNKNOWN AREA: BIG BEAR LAKE GEORGIA ST / BIG BEAR BLVD - BBLC X UNITS: MT281

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NikinAO
Sep 21 : 12:57pm
I use Flightradar24 . It informs you about what type of air craft it is where it departed from and what time it departed. I saw a couple Mercy air busses flying to and from hospitals this morning.

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Sep 21 : 12:56pm
Thanks for the heads up Nikin!

NikinAO
Sep 21 : 12:48pm
A movie crew is working near hwy 38 by jenks lake rd. They have helicopters in the air.

cricket
Sep 21 : 11:08am
Nothing but halos this morning!

Arrowbear Rider
Sep 21 : 07:59am
Quakes, I've had more helicopters over head this summer than the last 3 combined, and that's including when they installed the new lift at Snow Valley. A neighbor told me one was a forestry helicopters checking the springs and other water areas for illegal grows.

They fly through the gap in topo between RS & Keller Peak, my home has been buzzed too many times, one was way too low; my neighbors all came out.

Arrowbear Rider
Sep 21 : 07:47am
IDK, the closing was for another work site, not the bridge work, that light is scheduled to be there for 6 months. 2 years total for the second bridge, the next one down hill, is longer and will have a light too, according to CalTrans. Don't know if that is continual or if they will break between bridges for winter, but being near the bottom, I'm assuming they will not stop for winter.

IDKnothin
Sep 21 : 07:37am
Good morning SCM!
Soooo 330 is open again. Does that mean the traffic light is no more?

KK
Sep 21 : 07:27am
Thank You PawedLife. We have a Bernese MT. Dog. Dr. D. tacked his stomach for us.

PawdLife
Sep 21 : 07:20am
Hey gang! Craig here from VCA. We just finished our newest video discussing canine bloat. Its a nasty condition that strikes rather unexpectedly and seems to hit larger dogs more frequently. If you have a big dog (dane, shepherd, boxer, rott, etc) or if you hike, bike, run with your dog, you should check it out. Thanks for all your support. We're not selling anything in this video, just trying to give back with good information.
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