The video appeared on a Youtube channel called Mundo TV, and features two men engaged in a street fight. They are seen standing and wresting until the man in blue, lifts up the individual in white, and body slams him to the ground. The man in white appears to be knocked unconscious from the drop and soon after, two other scuffles break out on either side of the first fight.
The video is just over :30 seconds and was posted with no description.
WARNING: The following video features violence and language.
There is an individual wearing a shirt that says “SECURITY” on the back, who appears to watch the events play out at first before finally walking up toward one of the fights in the background. You can see the Danbury Ice Arena, so we know this happened in the parking lot across the street from the arena.
I sent the video to my contact, the the media relations officer from the Danbury Police Department and have requested comment. I asked if the DPD has an official comment, if they knew about the incident, if this situation is under investigation, and whether or not the DPD does regular patrols outside city night clubs. The department is very good about getting back to me in a timely fashion, and as soon as I hear back, I will update this story for I-95.
I’ve also reached out to the creator of Mundo TV for comment and asked if he was willing to make a comment on the fight. He replied by saying, “It was pretty much a battle of the exes, an open demonstration of what modern day toxic relationships look like. The girl said you’re both rich, but he’s richer.”
That was as specific as he could get, saying he did not know the participants of the fight or the people watching.
New Milford Parents Have Facebook Debate On Whether Remote Learning is a Viable Option During COVID Surge
Many Americans are concerned for their health and the health of their children with a recent surge in positive COVID numbers and this rings true in New Milford, CT. Recently one parent created a Facebook post that read:
“One of my daughter’s said to me last night that she is scared of going to school and asked why we can’t do remote learning?’
The mother added that her daughter remarked there were “barely and kids” in her math class. She wanted to know what everyone else on the New Milford Facebook page thought, asking if they think remote learning should be an option. Finally, she shared a screen shot, she took of the New Milford Public Schools COVID Dashboard. The picture showed the statistics that were available for January of 2022 so far. Below are some of the responses the woman received.
A Christmas Story + Photos From Main Street in Danbury 2021
It’s Christmas, so I had to head out into Danbury, at least a little bit to capture the vibe of the streets. It’s become something of a tradition for me to photograph Danbury around Christmas and look at it like I’m creating a time capsule for that year.
The night I decided to go out this year, featured below freezing temps and wind like you read about. Believe it or not, there was an “incident” and I’ll tell some of the disjointed story as you enjoy my XMAS picture of Main Street Danbury for 2021.
7 Greater Danbury Headlines It’d Be Amazing to See in 2022
If we hadn’t experienced 2021, and someone had to tell us about it, I’m not sure we’d believe them. The events of the year read like episodes in a science fiction television show. It begs the question, what would surprise of amaze us? What headlines would grab us? National headlines would likely look like cheap imitations of what we saw in ’21. How about 7 Greater-Danbury Headlines It’d Be Amazing to See in 2022