A vehicle crash kept Route 30 between Buchanan Valley Road and Pine Ridge Lane closed for several hours as police investigated a crash in western Adams County.
Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Joshua Yoder said a Nissan Versa was turning left into the Village of Laurel Run when it collided with a Hyundai Sante Fe shortly before 7 a.m. The road reopened shortly before 1 p.m.
Both female drivers were taken to York Hospital for treatment of injuries. A man who stopped to help the woman in the Versa and was struck by a Toyota Yaris, police said, and he was also taken to York Hospital.
Police did not know the extent of the injuries.
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2. Police are investigating a four tractor-trailers and fourteen-car pileup that occurred on Interstate 790 at 6:45 a.m. this morning. Two people died on the scene and the accident injured twenty-four others, and four of them are in life-threatening conditions. Thibodaux Regional Medical Center 's Life Flight flew away two of the worst injured from the accident.
A brutal crash between a white 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 and a city truck on Foster Road, San Angelo, Texas, caused severe injuries for two people, according to a statement released by the San Angelo Police Department. According to San Angelo police, at approximately 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, police and San Angelo Fire Department personnel were dispatched to the 5300 block of Foster Road for a major two-vehicle crash with entrapment. The driver of the Z28 Camaro, McKenna Bowie, 18, and the 16 year-old passenger had to be cut from the wreckage.
WOOSTER — A Sugarcreek man who drove his buggy into oncoming traffic, causing the death of another driver, accepted his criminal responsibility when he appeared Wednesday in court. Robert S. Coblentz, 75, 2662 State Route 93, pleaded guilty in Holmes County Municipal Court to a single count of vehicular manslaughter. Joyce Morris, 74, Maple Street NW, Sugarcreek, died Jan. 20 from injuries sustained in the crash, which occurred at the intersection of state Route 39 and County Road 114 in Walnut Creek Township, according to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol. In contemplating his plea, Coblentz, who appeared in a wheelchair, said, “The charge is correct.
Aother thing that may undermine the reliability of the conclusion is unveiled, that is the author claims that there are 25 percent fewer reported accidents in Butler County because Butler County completed some actions five years ago: increasing lane widths,
The article " Columbus High School Softball Player Killed in Crash," by Sarah Fowler, is an article that talks about a young girl that passes away in a one-man car accident. This article gave information saying that the crash occurred on August 27th, around 3:45am. The article states the vehicle collided with a guardrail. 16-year old Taylor Lee Harris, the young girl that died, was not the only one in the car when the accident happened. Another young girl by the name of Keayra Hughes, was riding along with Taylor, but was not announced dead.
In the book Crash by Jerry Spinelli, a hard-headed middle school football player named, Crash and his best friend Mike cannot stop picking on his neighbor, Penn Webb, making his life miserable. Penn is an easy target for crash since he is a dweeby vegetarian who does not believe in violence. This story takes place in the lovely and peaceful suburb of Pennsylvania where all was calm. When Penn moves next door to Crash he was trying to become friends with his new neighbor yet Crash only saw him as a target and not a friend. While reading this, the book makes you hope crash will realize what he is doing is wrong.
Manslaughter in the second degree OTRs 163.125 is committed recklessly; she drives hem, she plan it with Larry, even if she did not stop hem she was committed to driving hem Aggravated murder ORs 163.115 Linda was not the mastermind of this crime but I believe she needs to be accountable for the crime also as Larry Criminal negligence homicide ORs 163.145 Linda committed the crime of criminal negligence because with her actions of participated in the process of committed a crime cause the death of another
Dirt Bike Catastrophe Some four years ago on a small loop road, county road 355, hidden somewhere in the weeds was a convolution maze of dirt bike trails. It couldn’t have been but six months since my step brother, Austin and I started riding dirt bikes daily. We were nothing short of motocross eligible teenagers, jumping feet off the ground, sliding every turn, and being so dirty at the end of the day that two showers were necessary. All of these things changed very suddenly in a wreck that changed our lives.
The Freeway Killer William George Bonin was a pedophile serial killer who targeted mainly young teenage boys, especially hitchhikers. He kidnapped, raped, tortured, and confessed to murdering up to twenty-one victims across southern California between 1979 and 1980. He was most known as the “Freeway killer” for the way he would dump the body of his victims, naked along roadways and behind buildings between LA County and Orange county. He terrorized many children while spreading more fear among the community and as a result was later known as the “Freeway killer” over time. Bonin was born on January 8, 1947, in Willimantic Connecticut, he was the second child out of three sons and each of them were only three
Police found graffiti on one of the columns between the soccer stadium and track on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 4:05 a.m., Campus Police reported. The markings were done using red spray paint. No other graffiti was found in the area, police said. An Eickhoff worker's car was damaged sometime between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 14, Campus Police said.
The street that I chose to observe and drive was Valley Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA. Valley Boulevard beings over by LAC/USC Medical Center where it is connected to Main Street and runs until California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (CPP), where it then turns into Holt street. The length of Valley Boulevard is about 50 miles and passes through at least six different cities; Alhambra, Monterey Park, El Monte, City of Industry, Walnut, Diamond Bar, and Pomona. Valley Boulevard runs parallel to the I-10 freeway and I normally drive the 10 freeway to get to Cal State LA, but on numerous times I have exited to the freeway to stop and get coffee or lunch before class.
The reading this week brought to my attention that historic events have a way of repeating themselves. In Folklore of the Freeway, Eric Avila explains that during the “Freeway Revolt” there were different ways that communities organized and the types of issues they were fighting against. These issues and organization structures mirror current day protests. Likewise, the connections between how women were treated with respect to protests during the “Freeway Revolt” and the recent Women's match are astounding. In the context of these two events, white women are seen as saints for fighting a fight that doesn’t affect them, while women of color as ridiculed for making a big deal out of nothing.
It really depends on the child and their capacity to recall and identify events and people. The most famous case I know where a child witness was the key witness was the Lester Street Murders in Memphis, TN. On March, 2008, Jessie Dotson went to 722 Lester Street, where his brother, Cecil, lived with his girlfriend and their children. Jessie killed four adults were multiple gunshot wounds, killed two children, ages 2 and 4, who were beaten and stabbed. Three other children, one just 2 months old, also were beaten and stabbed, but survived the attack.