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Clearfield Police: electric scooter stuck on road, hang-up call from watch


Clearfield, PA – In Clearfield, police say they got a 911 hang-up call at an East Locust Street residence, so they went to investigate. However, they found the call was made accidentally from a smart watch. If you do end up accidentally calling 911 or police, make sure you always stay on the line and explain what happened. That way they don’t have to waste valuable time and resources coming out to see if there is an emergency.

Clearfield Borough Police also say they helped an elderly woman on an electric scooter that was stuck in the roadway. The disabled scooter had become a traffic hazard on North 2nd Street. Officers stayed on scene and kept traffic in check until the scooter was removed from the roadway.


Read the police reports from the Clearfield Borough Police Department, released Jan. 20:

Police responded to a Nichols St business for a male unconscious in the bathroom. Police and EMS arrived and located the male. The male was found to have slipped in the bathroom and was not unconscious. EMS and Police cleared.

Police responded to a 911 hang up call at an E Locust ST residence. Police arrived and found it to be an accidental call from a smart watch.

Police responded to the area of N 2nd St for a traffic hazard. Police arrived in the area and located an elderly female on a disabled electric scooter. Police stayed on scene until the scooter could be removed from the roadway.

Police responded to a noise complaint at an E Market St residence. Police are continuing to investigate due to the on-going issue.

Multiple parking tickets were issued to vehicles exceeding the 48 hours parking limit.

Police responded to an activated security alarm in the area of Nichols St. Police arrived and determined it to be a false alarm.