cazenovia creek

A woman and a police officer were taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon after a chase landed them in Cazenovia Creek.

A project to replace the Bailey Avenue bridges over the Buffalo River and Cazenovia Creek has been announced.

Andrew A. Kornacki, Public Affairs, Chief U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is giving Cazenovia Creek’s ice control structure a much-needed lift. Two to three feet, actually.

Commuters on Bailey Avenue know very well the condition of the bridges that carry travelers across Buffalo and Cazenovia creeks. That situation may be changing, though the solution is not simple.

Buffalo Police Department / WBFO News

The Buffalo Police Underwater Recovery Team was called to search the Buffalo River near Cazenovia Creek this morning, in connection with the search for a missing man.

Photo from Google Street view

Thousands of citizens head over bridges every day which carry traffic across the Buffalo River and Cazenovia Creek in and out of South Buffalo.   The city is pushing to replace the two bridges, which they say are old and worn out.

Body found in Cazenovia Creek

Aug 14, 2012

Buffalo Police divers pulled a body out of Cazenovia Creek in South Buffalo this morning. 

A passerby noticed the body of a man floating in the creek near Stevenson Steet just after 8:10 a.m. and called police.

Detectives are working to identify the person, who at this time is only being described as an older white male.  Police say it believed foul play was not a factor. An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday.