Rudy Gutierrez

Rudy Gutierrez


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Copyright: El Paso Times

Fully armed Mexican soldiers confronted a mob of protesters who blocked the Mexican side of the Paso del Norte international bridge in this 1986 photograph. The protesters alleged electoral fraud following controversial mayoral election results in which the favored opposition party candidate was declared the looser to the ruling PRI party candidate. After many tense minutes, the soldiers retreated from the bridge and the protesters continued their blockad the bridge for several more days.

General News

A giant 50×100 foot U.S. flag was held by members of the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade from Fort Bliss as it was hoisted aloft during a Flag Day ceremony at a Old Glory Memorial at Diana and Gateway North Monday, Jun 14, 2010.
Pope Francis waves to throngs of people lining the roadway during he visit to Philadelphia, PA Sept. 19, 2015
Carmen Tinajro, a high risk neo-natal nurse in the Thomason Hospital intensive care nursery, held the tiny hand of 14-day-old Diego Martinez there Friday. Martinez weighed in at 2 pounds, 4 ounces when he was born.
El Paso’s Khalid dazzled a standing room only crowd with his lyrics, moves and stage show Saturday in the Don Haskins Center. The arena echoed with the many voices singing along to his songs.
Pope John Paul II recieved a traditional Native American blessing by at Arizona State University during the ponfiff’s visit to Phoenix AZ August 5, 1987.
Rudy Gutierrez—El Paso Times Fort Bliss soldiers rapell down ropes from a hovering Black Hawk helicopter during air assult training on post March 3, 2015. The soldiers were finising up a three-week air assault course.
A pilot for a Russian-made Hind helicopter walked outside the aircraft on the tarmac in front of a row of Air Force C-130 cargo planes during an air excersice Friday at Biggs Army Airfield Friday. The exercise involving C-130’s and C-17 aircraft simulated air drops into hostile territory. The helicopters simulated enemy air attacks during the exercise.
An honor guard soldier saluted the caset of St. Isela Rubalcava as it entered St. Patrick Catholic Church in Canutillo Tuesday.
Fire service recruit Jose A. Perez Jr., foreground in Gray shirt, grimaced as he carried a roll of water hose during “hose day,” the first day of training for 35 recruits Monday at the El Paso Fire Training Academy. Perez, who previously worked at an auto parts store, said he joined the fire academy “because I feel I need to do something better with my life.”
Pvt. Robert Resor spent time with is children, Hannah Resor, 3, and Natalie Resor, 2, at Stout Fitness Center before leaving for a 15-month deployment to Iraq Wednesday at Fort Bliss. Resor was among more than 200 soldiers from the 377th Transportation Company at Fort Bliss bound for Iraq. The company will be based North of Bagdad, Iraq.

Spot News

Rudy Gutierrez Copyright: El Paso Times

An El Paso police officer tried to help an unidentified driver as he grimaced with pain on the curb along Alameda near the intersection with Paisano Tuesday. The man’s was driving the Ford SUV in background West on Alameda when he apparently lost control of it, causing the vehicle to roll over. A child passenger in the vehicle also sustained unknown injuries, a witness said.
An elderly male was comforted by two unidentified women near a home at 1509 Honeysuckle in the Cielo Vista area of East/Central El Paso after it caught fire Monday, killing an 83-year-old male inside. Three elderly people were inside the home when it caught fire.
A group of men tried in vain to push a vehicle out of deep water along the 3500 block of N. Mesa following a heavy rain storm Thursday.
A Buick car lay mangled between two tractor-trailer rigs along I-10 West just East of Ave. of the Americas exit Friday, Jan. 23, 2004. The female driver of the car was killed in the accident, which involved a total of four vehicles. Two other drivers were sent to Thomason Hospital.
El Paso firefighters worked to extinguish a car that caught fire along West bound lanes of Trams Mountain Road in West El Paso Sunday evening. The fire completely destroyed the vehicle. The occupants apparantly were able to exit the car before the fire spread. At least four Sheriff units responded to the blaze, blocking traffic so firefighters could work. Thick smoke was visible from a long distance. El Paso Police units closed the West bound lanes of the roadway at Gateway North in the Northeast side of Trans Mountain Road until the vehicle could be removed. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
El Paso firefighters worked to free a 2007 Chevy Cobalt from underneath a tanker truck following a traffic accident along the East bound lanes of I-10 East of the Sunland Park onramp Monday. According to police, the 20-year-old female driver of the Cobalt was traveling in front of the tanker in the center lane when she moved to the right lane, colliding with a Jeep. Police believe she may have overcorrected, colliding with the tanker. She was taken to Thomason Hospital with minor injuries. The Jeep was not seriously damaged, police said. The tanker was carrying non-flammable Pepper Mesh. The accident caused a traffic back-up on both sides of the interstate.
A young woman was comforted by a young man following a traffic accident in which her car rolled over along the East bound lanes of N. Mesa near the intersection with Festival Thursday. According to police, the woman was driving the white Buick West bound when her car was clipped by a black pickup truck that pulled out of a parking lot driveway. No one was injured in the accident. The driver of the pickup was cited for failure to yield right of way, the officer said. The accident and investigation narrowed East-bound traffic on N. Mesa to a single lane. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Rescue workers came to the aid of a mother and her six children following a rollover accident along Texas Highway 20 East of Fabens Friday morning. According to reports, the family was riding in a green van West bound when the mother attempted to pass another vehicle, lost control and drove into an adjacent irrigation ditch at around 8:38 a.m. All six were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries.
Anastacio Flores, 57, hung on a harness aided by another man at top as he tried to reach an El Paso Fire Depatment ladder after falling about 3 floors while cleaning the windows of the Oregon Medical Building at 1700 N. Oregon Tuesday. Flores, who was eventually rescued by a fire department ladder truck, said a knot at the end of his rope save him from falling to the ground. He suffered only a minor laceration on a finger. A block of Schuster Street on the South side of the building was blocked during the rescue.
Family members of an accident victim consoled each other as a paramedic looked after her following a one-vehicle rollover accident along mile marker 31 at Trans Mountain Road Monday afternoon. According to Sheriff deputy Giovanni Segoviano, three people in a GMC Sierra pickup truck traveling West were transported to University Medical Center with non-life threatening injures after a tire blew out of the truck, causing it to go out of control. The vehicle came to rest on the East bound inside lane. One of them was ejected out of the vehicle, Segoviano said. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Ambulances stage in the parking lot of a SAM’S Club store during an active shooter incident Saturday, August 3, 2019 in El Paso, TX.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection offiicers gather near an active shooter incident Satyurday, August 3, 2019 in El Paso, TX.
Law enforcement officers make their way along a walkway between a WalMart and a SAM’S Club store during an active shooter incident Saturday, August 3, 2019 in El Paso, TX.
People walk into an elementary school to look for loved ones near the site of an active shooter incident Saturday, August 3, 2019 in El Paso, TX.
An El Paso police officer talks to a women at an intersection near where an active shooter incident took place Saturday, August 3, 2019 in El Paso, TX.
Roger Conejo of El P:aso visits each of 21 white crosses placed in a parking lot Monday, August 5, 2019 in El Paso, TX. The lot is behind the WalMart store where 21 people were killed in a mass shooting Saturday,, August 3, 2019.
Flowers, crosses, balloons and other items are placed along a sidewalk behind a WalMart store Monday, August 5, 2019 in El Paso, TX. The store is where 21 people were gunned down Saturday,, August 3, 2019 in a mass shooting.