It's important to first get to a point of safety, either cover or distance. Then breath and absorb; What is going on? Who is involved? What are they wearing / doing? Who is with them? Do they have weapons (where/what)? What cars did they flee in and what the plate might be? If you can capture it on your phone camera, it's great, but only if you can capture it safely. When you call 911, be prepared to answer questions about what you saw and descriptions. Also sticking around to make a statement sometimes makes a really big difference on if a case will be rebooked or not. Having a 3rd party statement is GOLD in serious crimes.
More Details On That Whole Foods Stabbing
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Bay Area restaurants will hold 'Dining for India' fundraiser to raise funds for India COVID-19 relief efforts
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California is set to rescind mask mandates next month, but Bay Area counties likely to sort out their own new rules
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The Blackpool Boat Tram popularly known as “Boat Boi” returned to the rails Friday, in advance of this weekend’s reopening of Muni Metro service and stations. Read More