Pattonville Assistant Fire Chief says the fire is moving slower than it was three years ago, but it could pick back up again.
New worries today about the burning Bridgeton landfill, including where the fire is, and how much time it might take to build a firebreak trench to isolate the nuclear waste.
“It shouldn’t be in this community at all to begin with, let alone having a fire 1,000 feet away from it,” Matt LaVanchy says. “There is just that much more sense of urgency with this.”
Local users are beginning around 17-years-old and are dying at about 25-years-old.
Storm Damage Seeking Federal Help Missouri Congressman Lacy Clay talks with John and Mike about the aftermath of the storm damage and the possibility of federal help. Local Heroes Rise During Catastrophic Storm Terry Loher, […]
34-year-old Matthew Johnson of south St. Louis County was charged today with second-degree invasion of privacy following his arrest yesterday.