PELHAM, N.Y. A woman fell on Fifth Avenue on Friday at 4:26 p.m., police report. The Seventh Avenue resident was being checked by an eyewitness when the officer responded to the scene and she told police that she had tripped on the uneven ground on the sidewalk.
The woman had a laceration to her left temple and a scraped knee, police said. The eyewitness said that she was picking up lumber and saw the victim fall flat on her face and immediately went over to help, police said. The woman was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center by ambulance.
In other police news:
Suspicious person: The Pelham Police Department was alerted to a suspicious person on Fifth Avenue on Saturday at 4:27 a.m. Two police officers were sent and reported that all was in order, police said.
Kitten help: A Carol Avenue resident called the Pelham Police Department on Friday at 7:02 p.m. because she needed help untangling several kittens from a fence, police said. A police officer was sent and provided assistance.
Scared child: The Pelham Police Department received a call from a Monterey Avenue chikld Thursday at 3:08 because she believed someone was in her house. Officers were sent and all was in order, police said.
Trouble breathing: A River Avenue man was having trouble breathing Thursday at which prompted him to call the Pelham Police Department at 7:24 a.m. The man said he was having chest pains and was having trouble breathing, police said. The officer administered oxygen and the man was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center.
Lost license: A New Rochelle resident came to the Pelham Police Department on Friday at 2:50 p.m. to report that he had lost his drivers license. The man was given an MV-78B form.
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