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NELSON COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – Kevin Quick’s vehicle, a silver 1999 Toyota 4Runner, was located Monday in Louisa County, Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said during a Monday afternoon press conference.
Investigators are searching the vehicle for clues. Quick, a 45-year-old Waynesboro Police Department Reserve Unit Captain, has not yet been found.
“Virginia State Police has received numerous tips and leads regarding the disappearance of Kevin Wayne Quick, 45, of Nelson County,” state police wrote in a Monday morning email. “Investigators are busy now pursuing those leads.”
State police say they’ve used every resource available to re-trace his steps since he vanished Friday night.
“They have traced every possible route,” said Corinne Geller, a spokeswoman for Virginia State Police. “We did that late Saturday night into Sunday.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Virginia State Police at #77 on a cell phone or at (434) 352-7128.
Call Virginia State Police at #77 on a cell or (434) 352-7128. (PHOTO: Va State Police)
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Recently we have had several fires involving these cup holder ashtrays. They are sold as a type of fire resistance plastic, however if not properly emptied and a water level maintained in the bottom they can ignite.
If you look close to the wall near the tree you can see the remains of a Cup Holder Type ashtray. It ignited outside a home and caused the house fire pictured in the photos. The mattress fire was caused by another Cup holder type ashtray next to the bed.
We recommend a sturdy glass or ceramic type ashtray be used at all times.
Can we pass this on? The proceeds of the shirt campaign go to the same cause, or if your really generous you can purchase gear for the different companies. There are 9 firehouses, 13 different companies involved asking for gear the city cant afford, that they need while on duty. Every cent helps. NFE started a smaller program to assist just one house awhile back after equipment was stolen from their rig. We were able to supply them with saws, a generator, and a BLS bag. They need our help.
It’s an EMS Life ….
What you can expect from making a living on an ambulance
1 You’ll find it hard to start relationships because alone time will become a precious thing.
2 Your sense of humor will degrade into the politically incorrect and socially unacceptable