Pinal County Sheriff’s Report Superior/Queen Valley Oct. 10

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

Sept. 29

A chemical fire was reported in a large metal storage container at Resolution Copper, E. Oak Flats Rd. and E. Highway 60, Superior. Officials at Resolution Copper reported that there were some smoldering rags in a sea container and they had some difficulty opening it.

Sept. 30

Pinal County Search and Rescue were dispatched to a sandy wash past the microwave towers past the Grey Back Mountain on the Florence-Kelvin Highway. A small Scion car was stuck in the dry wash. The passengers in the vehicle, two adults and two children (ages 13 months and four years), were severely dehydrated. Kearny Ambulance and Superior Fire/Rescue Ambulance were both dispatched to the scene to assist. The four were taken by Superior Ambulance to the Florence Anthem Hospital.

Oct. 3

A structure fire was reported in the area of E. Diane Dr., Queen Valley. Queen Valley Fire responded and extinguished the fire. There were no injuries.

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