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The family of Steven Tibbetts, 63, a retired Wake County magistrate, has said son-in-law James Pasternak called 911 at 7:57 a.m. that morning when Tibbetts became unresponsive on the way to the hospital. Pasternak says he pulled into John Heister Chevrolet on Main Street in Fuquay-Varina to get help at 8 a.m. and stayed on the phone with 911 until 8:14 a.m. Phillip Allen, a Heister Chevrolet employee, who noticed there was a medical emergency, also called 911 at 8:10 a.m. WRAL learned about the lag time in the Raleigh-Wake Emergency Communications Center, which is separate from Wake EMS, and started asking questions late last week.
Instead of considering these five Democratic primaries as individual races, we're instead going to address them collectively. After all, to a large degree, they're being fought over the same issue: these five incumbents voted for a budget last year that granted the Wake County Public Schools System $21 million of the $45 million in new funding it requested.
In a few short years when the town population surges, the fight over a new gas station near downtown Pittsboro will be a distant memory. It will be a place to fill up, to grab a cold drink and a bag of chips.
Steven Tibbetts, 63, complained of chest pain and weakness in his legs on the morning of April 5, according to a report from the Fuquay-Varina Police Department. James Pasternak, Tibbetts' son-in-law, began driving him to a nearby hospital, but his condition worsened, and he pulled off the road to call 911.
Around 7:15 a.m., police responded to the high school located at 201 Bengal Boulevard. According to parents and callers, students are being taken to the football field and the school is being evacuated.
Fuquay-Varina Mayor John Byrne said Friday he didn't mean to offend anyone when he said a family had been in town so long "they helped run the Indians off." "I just couldn't believe he said it," said Carolyn Mabry, who was at the event and heard the remark.
They would soon be on opposite sides of a contentious 4-3 vote to acquire the defunct Crooked Creek Golf Course in Fuquay-Varina and turn it into a park. Ford ended up in the minority voting no.
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