Sunday, February 10, 2013
Teen driver strikes Hart as she opened door on parked SUV in Slippery Rock, police said.
Former Rep. Melissa Hart is in a Butler hospital, recovering from injuries sustained two weeks ago from an automobile accident involving a teen driver, KDKA is reporting. A vehicle driven by a 17-year-old female struck Hart Jan. 26 as she opened a driver’s-side door on her parked SUV on Main Street in Slippery Rock, Police Chief Terry Fedokovitz said. Either the door and-or the passing vehicle struck Hart and threw her to the ground, the chief told KDKA. Initially, the teen kept driving, but then turned into a gas station at the end of the block, he added. “She was very visibly shooken up about it. She stated she knew she hit something, (but) didn’t know what she hit,” Fedokovitz said. Police are still investigating and have not charged …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Two people were transported to the hospital with injuries.
Myoma Road in Adams Township reopened late Tuesday afternoon after being closed for nearly three hours because of a two-car collision. One of the vehicles was on fire when first responders arrived about 2 p.m., an Adams Area Fire District official said. Capt. Talo Capuzzi said the drivers of both vehicles, a Nissan and Chrysler, were taken to the hospital by ambulance with injuries. He did not know the extent of the injuries. Myoma Road was closed between Peters Road and Mars-Crider Road until about 4:50 p.m. Tuesday. Check back with Cranberry Patch for updates. Like Us on Facebook | Follow Us on Twitter Check out some of today's other top stories here .
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Fidelity Bank in Ross Township robbed.
Following a chase and crash late Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 79, police arrested two men who are suspected in a bank robbery in Ross Township. Police chased the suspects through Ross Township and into Franklin Park, where their vehicle crashed on I-79 near the Mingo Road overpass. The suspects ran from the crash scene, but police arrested them a short time later. One was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. State police and officers from Ross, Ohio Twp., Evans City, Cranberry and Franklin Park are now combing the woods, looking for weapons they believe the suspects threw into the brush, KDKA-TV reports. Evans City Police said investigators called the station's K-9 officer, Sgt. Don Myers, to the scene with his dog. Ross …