LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 7, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 7, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 7, 2019

A two-vehicle crash late Wednesday afternoon in Huntingdon County resulted in injuries and DUI charges.  State Police charged Dawn Marie Elensky of Huntingdon with driving under the influence of a controlled substance after the crash on Route 453 in Warriors Mark Township.   Elensky was the driver of a Chevy Uplander that failed to stop and collided with the rear of a Honda Fit.  A passenger in the Honda was transported to UPMC Altoona where she underwent surgery for internal bleeding and a blood clot resulting from the crash.  A three-year-old passenger in the Honda was flown to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh with a fractured skull and internal bleeding.  The investigation will continue.

 

REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses and photo ID cards are now available for Pennsylvania residents who want one.  Federal REAL ID regulations require that PennDOT verify a customer’s identity, social security number, Pennsylvania residency, and name changes, even if a customer already has a PA driver’s license or ID card.  When a customer gets their first REAL ID product, they will pay a one-time fee of $30, plus a renewal fee.  PennDOT has upgraded seven of its existing driver’s license centers to allow for over-the-counter issuance of REAL ID, including Rockview in Centre County, and Altoona.  More information about REAL ID can be found at www.penndot.gov/REALID.

 

The Pennsylvania Military Museum in Boalsburg will celebrate the founding of “Penn’s Woods” in 1681 by offering free admission this weekend of (March 9th – 10th).  Tour guides, museum volunteers and uniformed personnel will be available to discuss activities taking place for 2019.  Post-World War II Veteran (1948) Bob Edwards, who made a career out of service in the US Navy and Air Force, will be on hand to talk about his experiences as a B-52 tail gunner.  The Pennsylvania Military Museum and 28th Division Shrine is located at 51 Boal Avenue in Boalsburg.

 

The American Red Cross bloodmobile will visit two locations in Juniata County today.  A blood drive will be held at Journey Christian Church on William Penn Highway in Thompsontown from 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm.  The Red Cross will also be at Lack Tuscarora EMS on Route 75 in East Waterford from 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

 

 

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