Tampa News Sunday, June 3
- Scared baby deer rescued by mama on Port Orchard road
- Man rescued after jumping off Howard Frankland when approached by FHP
- WATCH: School releases video of bus driver’s alleged assault on student
- A Bremerton commuter spotted a heartwarming sight on her Thursday morning commute: a mama deer and her baby on the road.
- Jessie Larson had dropped her daughter off at a daycare in Port Orchard and was on her way to work when she spotted the doe and fawn in the middle of the road off Baby Doll Road.
- Mama ran off into the bushes, but baby just dropped (on the road), said Larson.
- Their instinct is to hide in the bushes, but (the baby deer) didn’t realize it was in the middle of the road.
- Larson said she honked her horn and flashed her lights, but the baby deer didn’t budget.
@10NewsWTSP: Scared baby deer rescued by mama on Port Orchard road https://t.co/MQHQF71nvp https://t.co/GoOb7s8qgM
- A man has been rescued from the water after jumping off the side of the Howard Frankland Bridge when he was approached by law enforcement.
- Florida Highway Patrol troopers say early Sunday morning a man was spotted walking alone on the Howard Frankland Bridge along I-275 southboundin Pinellas County.
- A trooper pulled over to talk to the man, and FHP says when the trooper tried to put the man into the patrol car to get him off the bridge, the man jumped off the north side of the bridge.
- However as the trooper approached him to put him in the car, he just suddenly went over the side, said Sgt. Allan Carter with the FHP.
- Our crew says the man was in the water for at least 30 minutes before crews found him.
@WFLA: Man rescued after jumping off Howard Frankland when approached by FHP https://t.co/E38ab6dbNv @WFLAAmanda https://t.co/ybjmFy6mT2
- Police in Idaho are investigating a school bus drivers alleged assault on an elementary school student on her bus.
- This week,the Independent School District in Emmett, Idaho released surveillance video of the incident that happened back in April on a bus parked at an elementary school.
- The videoshows the driver walking to the back of the bus to try and get a young boy to move to the front.
- The students mother tells the AP the driver called after the incident and said the boy used a profane word to address her.
- The driver then told the mother her son would be banned from riding the bus for the rest of the school year.
@WFLARod: WATCH: School releases video of bus driver’s alleged assault on student https://t.co/0Vs7XFitFd @WFLA https://t.co/1uqQFNbdQZ