LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 3, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 3, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 3, 2018

A two-vehicle crash in Huntingdon County resulted in injuries for an area woman.  According to State Police, 27-year-old Andrew McKinney of Mill Creek lost control of his Chevy Lumina Wednesday evening on Mill Creek Hollow Road in Brady Township.  McKinney steered his auto into the path of a Subaru Forester driven by 50-year-old Karin Williams of Huntingdon.  Williams was transported to JC Blair Hospital for treatment.  McKinney was not injured in the crash.

 

Laurel Creek Dam has been classified as a High Hazard Dam by the Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Dam Safety.  The designation was made due to the location of the dam and the danger posed to populated areas in the event of its failure.  An emergency action plan has been developed for Laurel Creek Dam.  A copy of the plan, including a map noting areas in Lewistown and Burnham Boroughs, along with Armagh, Brown, and Derry Township subject to flooding, is available at several locations including the office of Mifflin County Emergency Services and the Municipal Authority in Lewistown.  The plan is also available at local borough and township buildings.

 

Overnight paving begins Sunday on I-99 in Centre County.  The work zone encompasses a three-mile section of I-99 in College and Patton townships between the Atherton Street exit and the bridges spanning the Bellefonte Trail near the Waddle Road interchange.  PennDOT says the contractor will begin overnight milling Sunday (August 5th) on the northbound lanes from 7:00 pm to 5:00 am. Short term traffic control will be in place during working hours.  The roadway will be completely open when work is not taking place.

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