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Injuries and Wounds (INACTIVE)

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  • Man, boy injured in bike collision

    A man and a boy were transported to an area hospital after they collided with each other while riding bicycles along a trail near Alta Laguna Park on Monday afternoon, a Laguna Beach Fire Department official said. The fire department received a call...
  • One injured in Coast Highway crash

    A man suffered minor injuries in a head-on traffic crash at Coast Highway south of Moss Street on Friday, Laguna Beach police said. Officers responded to the site at 4:36 p.m. and found one of the vehicles' occupants with injuries, but he was not...
  • Police ID standoff suspect

    Police ID standoff suspect
    Laguna Beach Police have identified the man they say was responsible for a nearly five-hour standoff Wednesday night after he allegedly threatened police with a car bomb following a traffic accident. Edward Ernest Uribe, 41, of Carson, is in custody at...
  • A surfer, interrupted

    A surfer, interrupted
    A little more than two years ago, surfer Nathan Gocke paddled out at his usual surf break, stoked to ride the four-foot swell that was rolling in on that foggy winter morning in the South Bay – the same way he did most Saturday mornings. The 32-...
  • Bank robber gets 54 years to life

    An armed man who robbed a Laguna Beach bank in 2007 has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 54 years to life in prison, according to authorities. Michael Edward Sousa, who was on federal probation for a previous bank robbery at the time of his arrest,...
  • Laguna's aerial attack hits the mark

    The first victory in the 2010 prep football season for the Laguna Beach Breakers was also one for the record books. At Guyer Field last Friday, Laguna defeated visiting Mary Star of the Sea, 26-21. It was the first home game in three weeks for the...
  • Briefly In Public Safety

    Four injured in head-on collision Four people, including a 6-month-old infant, were taken to area hospitals after two SUVs collided head-on on North Coast Highway at Myrtle Street at 5:33 p.m. Oct. 1, Sgt. Bob Rahaeuser said. A vehicle traveling...
  • Wounded Breakers look to rebound

    And the hits keep on coming. Two weeks into the 2010 season, the Laguna Beach High football team is beginning to resemble the walking wounded. The injuries are piling up on the Breakers, who today are in Torrance to face Bishop Montgomery for a 6 p.m....
  • Breakers start fast, but can't finish

    Earlier in the week, Ocean View football Coach Harold Eggers was leery of the Laguna Beach offense which, he said, could score quickly. He and his Seahawks found that to be true Friday at Ocean View. Laguna struck fast — and fairly easily...
  • No smoke detectors in Eagle Rock Way fire

    An Eagle Rock Way home sustained at least $1 million in damages after an early-morning blaze Wednesday consumed most of the structure and its contents, according to Fire Chief Jeff LaTendresse. One occupant of the home and one firefighter suffered...
  • Breakers eager to move on

    OK, game one is done with. Now, the Laguna Beach High football team can turn its full attention to the challenge at hand, a 7 p.m. kickoff today at Ocean View. No, there's no need to dwell on last Friday's season opener, a 62-27 home loss to Northwood....
  • Mailbag: Sewer fees, not taxes, were raised

    Regarding claims in your newspaper by City Council candidate Emanuel Petrascu, ("Council upped property taxes," Sept. 3) I reviewed the agenda and minutes of April 20, did a little more research, and found that the City Council did not raise property...