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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Weather Update: Cold Air Is Coming

By this time Monday, an arctic cold front will be plunging through the region and temperatures will begin a rapid decent to the freezing mark by the evening. The air will be so cold that we can't rule out a few evening SNOW flurries, but most of us will just see sprinkles. Temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday will be more like mid-January than November! Are you ready?

Unknown Fire North Of Hume

The Foster Fire Department  is in route to a fire on V Highway just outside of Hume. The Hume fire Department is on scene at this time. Unknown what kinda of fire it is at this time. The Hume fire Department is going to stay on scene until the fire burns out. Bates County Live will update this when and if more information becomes available

Police Pursuit Ends In Foot Chase West Of Butler

Bates County Sheriff's Deputies were called out today to assist Missouri State Highway Patrol Troopers after a vehicle failed to stop for them. The vehicle that ran from them was found abandoned at the owners residence located on County Road 7001 North of Highway 52 West. The Driver who was not the owner of the vehicle fled on foot. Bates County Sheriff's Office responded with K-9 but was unable to locate the subject. A male subject was arrested from the residence on a unrelated investigation. Bates County Live will update this when more information becomes available.

Harrisonville man dies in one-vehicle crash

A 48-year-old Harrisonville man died in a one-vehicle crash Nov. 8. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Clyde Williams was not wearing a seat belt when he lost control of his vehicle while 

traveling northbound on Route T near 307th Street at 5:10 p.m.
The 1997 Pontiac traveled off the left side of the roadway and overturned multiple times, ejecting Williams. Williams was transported to Cass County Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.
The vehicle was totaled and removed from the scene by Johnson’s Towing. Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper B.R. DeHann investigated the accident and was assisted by the Cass County Sheriffs Office.