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Police & Fire
Wakefield Police recently released their April report.
Information provided by the Wakefield Police. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
What would you say to local, state and national Emergency Medical Service personnel?
The National Transportation Safety Board recommends reducing the limit. Some say it would save lives. Others say it's unreasonable.
Wakefield's Liz Norden, mother of JP and Paul Norden, who were injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, called the bombing suspects "disgusting" and "cowards."
Fire Department reports that a jogger initially reported early Thursday afternoon fire, and that heavy flames were showing upon arrival. One firefighter treated for heat exhaustion.
Firefighters from several surrounding communities helped bring fire under control.
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