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A woman in Clearlake has been hit and killed by a car. Clearlake police say the driver was headed south on Highway 53 when he hit Bernadette Patrick Monday night. They say Michael Jefferson was the driver and that there were no crosswalks or sidewalks in the area and that Patrick was hit near Lakeshore Drive and died on the scene. They say they do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash and say Jefferson stopped and cooperated with police, but they’re investigating still.

The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery working with the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services; Butte, Los Angeles, and Ventura counties and several other state and federal agencies working together to clear the debris after the most destructive wildfires in California history. Managed debris removal in Butte, Los Angeles, and Ventura counties by the state to take out household hazardous waste and other fire debris after more than 14,000 properties were destroyed by the Camp, Woolsey, and Hill fires. Phase one started this week and phase two will follow. There were damage assessments done after Thanksgiving. Cal Recycle crews are finishing up in Shasta, Lake and Siskiyou from earlier fires, the Pawnee, Mendocino Complex, Carr and Klamathon Fires.

The name of a man whose body was found in the Eel River in Piercy has been identified. The Mendocino County Sheriff’s office says it was 52 year old Bruce Thompson of Santa Rosa. An autopsy was done on the body found last Wednesday. The Coroner identified the body this week. Thompson had been reported missing from Eureka after he missed a medical appointment. He was reportedly suffering from depression after a serious decline in his health. A missing persons case was then filed with the Santa Rosa Police Department.

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