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    To the visual world of internationally published photographer Kevin Warn. Kevin is based out of Southern California but serves clients around the world. His creative visual style has given him the opportunity to have his work showcased in Japan, New York, Los Angeles and Orange County.

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Newport Beach 4-Alarm Fire 11-10-16

Two people were injured in a massive fire in a storage area in an industrial complex early Friday morning in Newport Beach. The blaze was reported sometime after 2 a.m. in the 800 block of Production Place, which is an industrial area on the border of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach. Firefighters are still on scene doing overhaul as of 1:30 p.m. Friday. One person suffered 3rd degree burns and the other suffered smoke inhalation. Firefighters from Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, and Fountain Valley battled the fire.

Newport Beach 4-Alarm Fire Production Place

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Santa Ana Anti-Trump Protest 11-09-16

Several hundred anti-Trump protesters gathered near Edinger Avenue and Bristol Street around 9:00 p.m. Wednesday night in Santa Ana. The protest quickly turned violent as protesters started smashing police vehicles and throwing rocks, glass bottles and mortars at police. The police moved in firing non-lethal rounds and several arrests were made.

Santa Ana Anti-Trump Protest November 09, 2016

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Huntington Beach Police Officer Shot in Badge

Shooting breaking news is one of my favorite parts of my job. If I am covering a story it is usually somebodies worst day of their life. On occasion I get to cover stories like this which involves just a pure miracle. The night was pretty slow when over the radios I hear that Huntington Beach Police are in a pursuit of a suspect. All of a sudden you hear an officer on the radio yelling shots fired. My adrenaline kicks in as a start driving towards the location of the pursuit. After a couple of minutes I hear over the radio that an officer has been shot. Now my adrenaline is through the roof. As I arrive on scene to where the officer has been shot, I learn that the officer had been shot in the badge and it deflected the round and saved his life. He had some minor cuts from glass from the windshield but overall was unhurt. As the pursuit zooms past me again I get back in my vehicle and continue the chase. We started on the Southbound 405 Freeway near Harbor Boulevard then transferred onto the Northbound 55 Freeway to the Eastbound 91 Freeway and then onto the Northbound 15 Freeway. The suspect was driving between 100 and 130mph throughout the pursuit. About an hour into the pursuit I hear over the radio that the suspect has crashed off the embankment at Cleghorn Road on the Northbound 15 Freeway. As I pull up to the scene I see the suspects vehicle completely engulfed in flames. The suspect was burned to death in his vehicle.

A Huntington Beach Police officer is checked out by Costa Mesa Fire after being shot in his badge during a vehicle pursuit of a suspect. The pursuit ended on the Northbound 15 Freeway when the suspect lost control of his vehicle at Cleghorn Road bursting into flames and killing him around 1:30 a.m. Friday morning in San Bernardino County.

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