In news with Kaitlin Moore, a woman hearing a man’s cry for help is the catalyst to his rescue after he became trapped.
San Angelo firefighters say the man had been pinned under a piece of lifting equipment at Circle C Enterprises for about three hours at the North Chadbourne truck outfitting business.
The driver was on her way to the Lake View homecoming parade when she drove past the man and then called 9-1-1.
Officials say the man seems to have minor injuries to his right leg, but seem stable.
Paramedics used airbag lifters to release the man and then transported him to Shannon Medical Center for treatment.
Officials are investigating a string of burglaries on the ASU campus resulting in 3 arrests.
18 year olds Jamon Gideon, Jaden Renee Johnson, along with 20 year old Dominique Odoms were all apprehended and are charged in connection to the burglaries of between 10 and 15 parked vehicles in the area of Centennial Village at ASU.
Allegedly, the suspects were also involved with several thefts and a burglary in Carr Hall with stolen property found stashed in an alley off campus.
ASU law enforcement officials say despite the arrest, the incidents remain under investigation and additional charges are pending.
Teachers at Fort Concho Elementary school received a big surprise Thursday afternoon, Dollar General managers donated several thousand dollars in gift cards.
The district manager of Dollar General presented the school with 25 hundred dollars to be used to support the school’s library or specialized literacy program, but the added surprise was just moments afterward.
35 teachers and administrators were each given a 50 dollar gift card.