LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 22, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 22, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 22, 2018

State Police investigated a possible threat against Susquenita School District last weekend.  State Police at Newport say the investigation began February 17th.  Authorities say they uncovered no threats against the school, students or staff.

 

Two people sustained injuries as a result of a one-vehicle accident Sunday evening in Perry County.  A Jeep Liberty driven by 34-year-old Christopher Cummings of Richfield was traveling on Hunters Valley Road in Buffalo Township at 7:00 pm Sunday.  The driver lost control of the vehicle on a curve before crossing lanes and leaving the roadway.  The Jeep went airborne and rolled several times before coming to rest.  Cummings was transported to Holy Spirit Hospital for treatment and evaluation.  His passenger, 24-year-old Kristina Reynolds, sustained minor injuries after being ejected from the vehicle.  Charges await a toxicology report.

 

The PA Turnpike Commission (PTC) advises that gas and diesel fuel will not be available at the Sideling Hill Service Plaza in Fulton County, eastbound and westbound, from 8:00 am Monday, February 26th through 5:00 pm Friday, March 2nd.  Crews will be replacing the underground components of the plaza’s fuel pumps.  All other services will be available. The plaza’s fuel pumps will be operational for the weekend of March 3rd.

 

 

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