The roofs of at least two buildings in Juneau have failed, apparently due to heavy snow loads. Emergency responders confirmed both buildings were vacant.
The CCFR fire chief said the program that provides general care and follow-up care in the field is one of the most exciting programs he’s seen after almost 30 years in fire service.
City workers are working to clean up mudslides and mitigate flooding in several parts of Juneau.
With heavy rain expected on already saturated ground, people living in hillside areas should be especially vigilant.
Capital City Fire/Rescue Chief Rich Etheridge says the man suffered a massive head injury.
Ambulance crews will still respond to calls in person. The change in practice is aimed at freeing up hospital resources for higher-risk patients.
Only 500 feet from the shoreline, the ice thinned to just an inch and a half. Anything less than 4 inches is considered dangerous.
The National Weather Service in Juneau reported gusts of more than 100 mph in downtown Thursday morning.
Juneau’s fire chief says “there isn’t a product on the market that’s totally environmentally friendly that works like it’s supposed to.”
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Skagway, Gustavus and Juneau until 7 p.m. Thursday. The warning means that severe fire weather conditions are underway.