on-the-scene


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on-the-scene

(ŏn′thə-sēn′, ôn′-)
adj.
Being at the site of an action or event: an on-the-scene reporter.
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Adj.1.on-the-scene - at the scene of action; "an on-the-spot reporter"; "on-the-spot inspections"; "an on-the scene newscast"
on-site - taking place or located at the site; "on-site inspection"
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Granted, the blood draw wasn't the only evidence in this case: An on-the-scene witness had approached Osborn's vehicle and smelled the odor of beer coming from it; Osborn had admitted with his hand gesture to drinking at least some alcohol; and medical chart entries reflected that he was uncooperative and combative due to intoxication, according to the opinion.
For local radio, live programming on Rocker KWHL-FM 106.5, an Alpha Media property, saw midday host Brad taking live calls from listeners offering on-the-scene reports of the damage in the Anchorage area.
Where the parents of a man, who died from heart complications after officers used a taser on him as he attacked his girlfriend while he was high on methamphetamine, brought claims of excessive force and state-law assault and battery and negligence, the exclusion of unsworn statements from on-the-scene paramedics was proper according to precedent, and the judgment for the individual deputy defendants and the county is affirmed because the defendants were entitled to qualified immunity since the man continued to pose a threat to the officers and his victim and the officers' tasering was therefore not objectively unreasonable.
Alexandra House provides on-the-scene advocacy and continued assistance to victims throughout the entire court process.
On-the-scene preparations of places for explosions of toxic substances is carried out by members of Hurras al-Din terrorist group (or the Guardians of Religion Organization, which is affiliated with Al-Qaeda), the statement claimed.
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After retirement, Norm worked for 22 years with FEMA as a part-time manager of 58 on-the-scene disaster relief efforts.
Recent examples include analysis of the news coverage of the Umpqua Community College attack, on-the-scene reporting of African refugees fleeing Montana to seek asylum in Manitoba, and the harrowing tale of an underground newspaper operating in Syria.
Another noteworthy Weitzmann piece was an on-the-scene report from a hostage situation at a Parisian kosher supermarket in 2015.
Police departments like the technology because officers can complete and update reports faster with greater accuracy than handwritten reports, while increasing officer safetyReal-time access is made possible by combining on-the-scene accident reporting software with online contributory databases.