Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Report Incidents for Arlington Heights and Chicagoland Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Do you have a news tip? Using the comments section below, readers with a Google account can report any incidents witnessed today. IMPORTANT: If you're a first witness or early witness to an emergency incident, CALL 9-1-1 to report the incident to authorities (Arlingtoncardinal.net WILL NOT relay emergency information to 9-1-1 because Arlingtoncardinal.net is not an authority configured for receiving emergency calls for help).  

You may also report recent incidents from other dates, but please remember to provide a date and time for all incidents. 

Please provide WHAT, WHEN (Arlingtoncardinal.com/calendar) and WHERE (google.com/maps)

All comments are moderated, and a Google account is required to post a comment.

Use may also use Arlingtoncardinal.com/notify to submit a news tip or submit photographs, especially if you don't have a Google account.

If your comment is edited (for privacy or safety), the comment may be re-posted by the administrator in the redacted form for the benefit of other readers, and will not include information that identifies you, even if you provided your personal information in the comment.

If your incident is published (on Arlingtoncardinal.net or Arlingtoncardinal.com) it may be edited for safety of police and firefighter/paramedics or for the privacy of people involved in the incident. 

ATTENTION COMMENTERS: No personal credit will be be mentioned (except what you write in your comment in Arlingtoncardinal.net if it is posted exactly as you wrote the comment). The incident information published in Arlingtoncardinal.com will NOT mention a specific source (e.g., will be identified as "a source" or an "unverified source" provided information). Arlingtoncardinal.net reserves the right to redact and repost any comment.

ATTENTION COMMENTERS: You are invited to include a link to a Tweet or a Facebook post in your comment. If you include a link to a Twitter or Facebook post, please provide context to WHAT, WHERE, WHEN if possible.

NOTE: This service provides the opportunity for commenters to provide information about an emergency scene that is beyond what is available from authorities.

NOTE: Many inputs as comments may not be published, but may be helpful leads.


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Examples of short text for "WHAT" happened

Crash, property damage only

Crash with injuries

Crash with multiple injuries

Fire with smoke showing

Fire with flames and smoke showing

Fire activity

Police activity

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