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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011 3B San Rafael woman dies in second crash of the day Tracks in the dirt (foreground) show where a 1994 Honda left state Route 89 near A15, struck a concrete wall over a culvert and flipped, killing the single occupant. Photo submitted LAW, from page 2B 57-year-old male with chest pains. The call was trans- ferred to EPHC and Portola fire was paged. A deputy was advised. Thursday, Jan. 27 Fall: In Portola, medical aid was recluested for a male who fell off a barstool. The call was transferred to EPHC and Portola fire was paged. Loss of consciousness: In Chester, a caller reported a 911 hang-up. Upon re-contact, a caller advised her husband passed out and would be going to the hospital in a personally owned vehicle. Cardiac: In Graeagle, some- one reported a female fall vic- tim with a iiead injury. The call was trdfiferred to EPHC and Graeagle fire was paged. Miscellaneous Sunday, Jan. 23 Kids say the darndest things: In Quincy, someone reported three juvenile males were yelling stuff about selling drugs. Information was given to the CHP. A deputy advised the juveniles were gone. CHP reported contacting them on the street. A deputy advised there were no drugs; the juveniles were just playing around. The deputy reported all three were counseled and sent on their way. SCOTT TANNER BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales * Service * Supplies Monday, Jan. 24 Out of county: In Loyalton, an agency assist was re- quested. Officers were told to be on the lookout for suspects wanted for arson and kid- napping. A witness reported the suspects were headed to- ward Plumas County. The two suspects were considered officer safety risks and were alleged to have a female victim with them. A reverse lookup on the suspect vehi- cle's license plate indicated it belonged to the female. One of the suspects reportedly had a local address. Informa- tion was given to Portola units, which checked the address in question, but no on was there. Sierra County reported an arrest was made and everything was OK. Tuesday, Jan. 25 Experimenting: In Quincy, someone reported finding marijuana in one of the labs at Feather River College. The caller requested the sheriff's office pick it up and dispose of it. The caller didn't know who it belonged to. A deputy advised the property was properly disposed of. Trapped like a packrat: In Portola, a caller advised he was working in his storage shed when someone came and locked the gate and now he couldn't get out. A deputy provided assistance. CHP REPORT Suspected DUI, Jan. 25 Darrell McMaster, 40, of Quincy was driving a ,1996 Ford F-150 westbound on SR-70 approaching Fair- grounds Road. McMaster allegedly attempted to make a right turn into the Relay Station parking lot. CHP reported that McMas- ter was suspected of a high level of intoxication and was unable to safely make the turn. The front of the truck struck a metal post west of the driveway. McMaster was uninjured and allegedly left the scene without making any attetnpt to notify local law enforce- ment or the owner of the post. Later he was located and arrested for hit and run, and suspicion of DUI. ..... != Two Local Technicians Copiers & Fax Machines Laser Printers New or Remanufactured SI-IARR FROM SHARP MINDS COME SHARP PRODUCTS TM (888) 447-2679 * (530) 284-1112 Fax: (530) 284-1102 101 Pine St., Greenville Serving Plumas, Lassen, Sierra & Modoc Counties Check Out Our I PLUMASNEWS.COM Need help REPI CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 m General Bu!lding Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 We're Here To Help.' By Patty Miller & John Banks Court Mandated and DMV Required Programs Now including the 11550 H&S Treatment Program! Offered countywide at these locations: Chester - 372 Main St. Greenville - 209 Hwy. 89 Portola - 500 First Avenue Quincy - 2288 E. Main St., Jackson Ste. For more information, call (530) 283-9678 Plumas Sierra Community Solutions pscs@digitalpath,net Joshua Sebold Staff Writer jsebold@plumasnews.com In a tragically surreal se- ries of events, Malika Ziani, 35, of San Rafael died Wednesday, Jan. 26, in a single-car accident on state Route 89, less than an hour after she was involved in a similar single-car accident. According to a California Highway Patrol collision report, the first incident "occurred on Lemon Canyon Road, just west of Campbell Hot Springs Road within Sierra County" around 2:45 p.m. A 1994 Honda, owned by Ziani, was traveling west- bound when "for an undeter- mined reason, the Honda veered off the road in a south- westerly direction and struck a metal marker." The vehicle continued, crossing the roadway, and went down an embankment on the other side, hitting a barbed wire fence and damaging a series of wooden fence posts before heading in- to an open pasture, travelfng west. At this point, the driver steered southwest, struck the fence a second time, went back up the dirt embankment and returned to the roadway. The CHP reported, "It is unknown where or when the Honda stopped or if any injuries were sustained." Ziani reported the collision to her boyfriend via cell phone, telling him she wasn't driving. She said a man, "only identified as KevinT' was behind the wheel and subsequently left the scene. The next incident occurred on state Route 89 south of A15 where Ziani was driving the Honda north at an unknown speed. According to the CHP, she allowed her vehicle to drift onto the right shoulder while approaching a left curve in the roadway. Ziani then veered back to the left and crossed into the southbound lane before over- correcting to the right, rotat- ing less than 180 degrees and drifting onto the dirt shoul- der again. While the vehicle drifted in that position, Ziani's driver's side door struck a concrete wall over a culvert. The vehicle flipped onto its roof and come to rest on the shoulder. The CHP has requested that anyone with information about these incidents contact them at the Quincy office: 283-1100. i ,Fire Safe Counc I meets Feb. 10 The Plumas County Fire Safe Council's regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 10, at the Plumas County Planning and Building Ser- vices office, located at 555 Main St. in Quincy, from 9 to 11 a.m. At the February meeting the council will discuss progress towards current wildfire mitigation projects and implementation and progress on reviewing the Community Wildfire Protec- tion Plan. Fire Safe Council members are encouraging residents to take advantage of this excel- lent weather to be outdoors, plus get a little exercise, by beginning to create and maintain their defensible space. California residents are required to have 100 feet of defensible space around all structures, or extending to their property lines. 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