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Mobile homes and 40 vehicles catch fire in blaze at the Fresno and Merced county line

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Firefighters early Saturday night continued to battle a blaze involving four mobile homes and 40 vehicles along the Fresno/Merced county line.

Called the Russell Incident by Cal Fire, the fire is on the 12000 block of North Russell, about an hour west of Fresno and a few miles south of Dos Palos.

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Best Car Shipping Companies In California June 2022

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Whether across town or across the country, moving companies strive to make the experience as easy as possible for their customers. However, not all of them provide the ability to move vehicles. In addition, there are numerous times that vehicles need to be shipped even when you’re not moving all of your possessions. If you need to ship a car, or another kind of vehicle, hiring a car shipping company may be just what you need.

If you’re moving a vehicle or more into or out of California, you may feel overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of car shipping companies from which to choose. And, with recent reports of pop-up substandard moving companies in the news, you’d be right to use caution during your vehicle moving company search.

To help you make a confident decision, we’ve rated California’s top five car shipping companies along with a short list of local contenders. Chosen from a list of more than two dozen competitors, the ones we chose were required to meet our strict standards just to be considered.

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Suspect smashes cars, assaults officer

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Around 10:15 p.m. Sunday the Turlock Police Department responded to the 500 block of Angelus Street for a report of a man hitting vehicles with a board.

The first officer to arrive at the scene say the suspect, later identified as Jose Cisneros, 40, of Turlock, strike vehicles in an alleyway with a large board. The officer repeatedly ordered Cisneros to drop the board, but Cisneros ignored the order and began yelling at the officers at the scene, said Turlock Police spokesman Sgt. Michael Parmley.

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