Rockford Scanner™: Caught On Video, Local Police Clear out A Large Crowd At A Gas Station



 

 

 

Around 2 am numerous police officers from the Rockford Police and Winnebago County Sheriff, did some crowd control at a Rockford gas station. 

It happened at the Citgo on Auburn, near the Auburn Manor. 

A large crowd gathered in the parking lot just prior to the police showing up.  

Several police officers swarmed the parking lot and moved everyone along. Some people fled when officers arrived and some officers chased the suspects fleeing. 

No reports of injuries or arrests. 

 








Rockford Scanner™: CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Walmart Employee Tells Citizen To Stop Filming The Police

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Walmart Employee Tells Citizen To Stop Filming The Police

Around 7 pm tonight police stopped a vehicle at the Walmart on E State st.

A citizen was filming the incident, and an employee of the Walmart tried to tell the citizen to stop filming the police.

The citizen stood up to his rights, KUDOS TO THIS CITIZEN for standing up for your rights for filming the police, WALMART clearly violated your rights.  

The man jumped out of his vehicle and the police officer was on his tail and was able to capture the suspect just a few feet away.

Keep up the good work filming and sending us your content!


 

 

 








Rockford Scanner™: Caught On Camera: Ladies Stealing Porch Furniture in Rockford

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Jordan Mack Bates:
They took furniture that consists of two dark brown, wicker chairs with a side table that is from Pier 1 along with a flower arrangement. It happened behind Gray’s shopping center off of Alpine and Highcrest in Rockford!

 

 








Rockford Scanner™: 4th Of July Fireworks Show in 4k Quality! Watch it Here



 

You all been waiting for it, here they are! 4th of July High Quality fireworks video from the Rockford fireworks! Video by Rockford Scanner admin Will.

Be sure to change your settings to 4K!
And watch in full screen!

 


 

 

Here is Rickie’s video from his Go Pro from Davis Park.

 

 

 

 








Rockford Scanner™: Major Flooding In Rockford, Scanner Audio & Photos And Videos From The Flooding




 



Scanner Audio Of The Rockford Fire Department During The Major Flooding in Rockford, IL June 18th 2018

I want to first begin this with thanking the first responders.  Also the citizens who also risked their lives to save others that were trapped in the flooded waters in Winnebago County.

As you know some storms rolled through the area of Winnebago County on Monday June 18th 2018.  The area received up to 5 inches of rainfall in some areas. Most ares received around 2.5 inches in a short amount of time. 

This caused the NWS to issue a Flash Flood Warning for Winnebago County

Mercy Health Hospital had approx. 5 feet of water in the lowest level. And their phones went down. They went of full diversion. Unknown on injuries. Officials have confirmed this. 

Numerous water rescues were performed by emergency personnel and citizens.

Several vehicles were under water and people stranded in the flooded waters, all over the city.

Neighborhoods were under water near Charles st.

Citizens made a daring rescue to save the life of a gentleman, in the Schnucks on Charles st.

Reports of a vehicle that rolled over and possibly had juveniles in it, near the same location.
Unknown if it was the same vehicle, or two separate water rescue incidents. Unknown on injuries.

We have heard foundations of some residences have collapsed, near Welty ave.

You can hear the RFD dispatcher doing an amazing job at keeping their cool, while being overwhelmed with numerous calls. They did a professional job at keeping their cool and dispatched units where they were needed.

 Police had officers on foot going house to house and making sure everyone was OK.

Rockford Fire Department had the banana boat dispatched. Also rescue divers. Several investigators.

Emergency personnel did an amazing job at rescuing those people trapped in the flooded waters.




 

The National Weather Service in Chicago has issued a

* Flood Warning for…
Northern Ogle County in north central Illinois…
Winnebago County in north central Illinois…
Boone County in north central Illinois…

* Until noon CDT Tuesday

* At 1158 PM CDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms continuing
to produce rainfall across portions of the area. Rainfall amounts
of 3 to 5 inches have fallen across the area this evening. Runoff
from this activity will continue to result in flooding, especially
in and around the Rockford area through the night. Additional
isolated rainfall amounts of an inch or two are possible across
portions of the warned area overnight.

* Some locations that will experience flooding include…
Rockford, Belvidere, Loves Park, Machesney Park, South Beloit,
Rockton, Rockford Airport, Roscoe, Poplar Grove, Byron, Cherry
Valley, Winnebago, Pecatonica, Forreston, Durand, Capron, Stillman
Valley, Timberlane, Caledonia and Lake Summerset.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Turn around, don’t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood
deaths occur in vehicles.

Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.

 



Rockford Scanner™: CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Mercy Health Hospital Is Flooding

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UPDATE: 

UPDATE: Part of Mercyhealth Hospital-Rockton Avenue has received flooding due to heavy rain. Maintaining the safety of patients and partners is a top priority. No patient occupied areas were flooded, patients were not in any danger and the hospital is not evacuating.

The hospital has put together a team that is managing the situation. The hospital regularly drills for this type of situation and is following the protocols developed as a result of those drills.

Several parts of the hospital were affected by water including the main pharmacy. Pharmacy is currently operating out of a second pharmacy location and is fully functional. Crews are working to restore the other areas as quickly as possible.

The water has affected communications including phone and email. The hospital is using a backup system for internal communication designed for situations like this.

Patient safety has guided every decision and continues to be the primary focus.



Mercy Hospital is trying to make Rockford Scanner take down the video. 

The Mercy Hospital has went on full diversion. They are not taking any new patients. 

We been told by sources they lost the phone lines and some communications. 

Some of the debris that was in the flooded waters, was needles. They told staff to treat all needles as dirty needles. 

No injuries have been reported. 

 


 

 

Several sources were reporting Mercy Hospital (Rockford Memorial Hospital) on Rockton in Rockford is flooding. 

FB user Fay Fajutnao Hacker, did a video from inside the hospital and showed the flooding waters on the ground floor at the hospital.

Unknown on injuries,  This is a developing story, check back later for updates 



Rockford Scanner™: Rockford Fire Department Battling Another Abandoned Structure Fire




 

 

 

Details are minimal right now.

Rockford Fire Department is battling another abandoned structure fire in Rockford

This fire scene is in the 900 block of Kishwaukee st.  (Just north of Behr Metal, on the West side of the road)

The structure has a Red X on it, so it is safe to assume it is abandoned .

No reports of injuries at this time.  RFD went into defensive mode.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Kishwaukee st is closed down North of Broadway, South of 3rd. So avoid Kishwaukee st

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Live Videos From The Scene


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Rockford Scanner™: CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Brawl In Rockford, Illinois

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Several sources have sent us a video of a violent fight in Rockford the other night. 

It happened on 7th st, near the Golden Bar. Near 610 7th St, Rockford, IL

It happened on May 5th approx. 1:30 am. 

The video was posted on social media   

Unknown on injuries, watching the video we would assume there was some injuries. 

We tried to get information from the RPD, but they said “No Comment”