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Saturday 90%
High 51° / Low 33°
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Windy with periods of rain early. Breaks of sun in the afternoon. High 51F. Winds NNW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Higher wind gusts possible.
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Sunday 0%
High 54° / Low 42°
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Sunny skies. High 54F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph.
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Monday 0%
High 59° / Low 42°
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Partly cloudy. High 59F. Winds SSW at 15 to 25 mph.
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Tuesday 0%
High 50° / Low 25°
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Partly cloudy skies. High near 50F. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph.
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Wednesday 0%
High 43° / Low 33°
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Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High 43F. Winds light and variable.
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Thursday 0%
High 54° / Low 38°
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Mainly sunny. High 54F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
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Friday 10%
High 58° / Low 43°
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Sunshine and some clouds. High 58F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.

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Police say Jungerman not a suspect

From KMBC 9 NEWS

“During a police briefing on Thursday, authorities said detectives have talked to the owner of the van. They said the owner is not in custody, not a person of interest nor a suspect.

Raytown resident suspect in Brookside homicide

Police are looking for Raytown resident David Jungerman as a suspect in the murder of 30-year-old attorney Tom Pickert in front of the victim’s Brookside home. Mr. Pickert was a prominent Kansas City lawyer who recently won his client a 5 million dollar judgment against Mr. Jungerman.   Jungerman’s 1997 white Chevy van was seen fleeing the scene and has since been found.  click HERE for KCTV5 coverage on this story.

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Ambulance response time update.

Sources in the Raytown School District stated that the call for ambulance services went out at 7:12 and that video footage show the arrival of the ambulance at 7:27.  By doing the math, and deducting the 7 minutes response time, we have 8 minutes for dispatch to take the call and relay it to a Raytown EMS unit.

More on this if and when I learn more facts.

 

Raytown beats Raytown South 35-14

Raytown broke a long loosing streak against rival Raytown South with a decisive 35 to 14 win on Friday.

RaytownOnline.com received multiple calls about the game, but not about the score. The calls were about the amount of time it took an ambulance to take an injured Raytown High player away for medical attention.

One call claimed it took 45 minutes for the ambulance to arrive, but research indicates that was not the case, closer to 20 minutes was the actual amount of time that passed.  The injury took place 3 minutes into the game.  The game started at 7:00 pm.  Given this, the probable time of the injury was between 7:04 and 7:08, depending on how much time passed with the game clock not running.

Photos received from people attending the game show the ambulance at 7:28 pm.  (see below)

Sources at Raytown City Hall report that the EMS log indicates a 7 minute response time.  What is not known is how long it took the coaching staff to decide to call an ambulance. Requests to the School District for this information have yet to be responded to.

Normally 911 calls would be routed to the Raytown Police Dept. dispatch and they relay this to the EMS unit.  Normally this would also be relayed to the Raytown Fire District and they also would respond. Sources in the Raytown Fire District have no record of a call coming in on this incident.

These are the facts to the best of my knowledge.