News Live 365: February 2nd, 2018

No Injuries as Car and Bus Collide

Pennsylvania State Police, Franklin
There were no injuries when a car crashed into the back of a school bus outside of Franklin Area High School on Monday. At about 3:15pm on the 29th of January Brie Oram struck the back of the school bus. Her car was disabled and the bus suffered some damage to it’s bumper but none of it’s 30 passengers were harmed.


Registration for Camp Cadet is Open

Camp cadet is run by police officers teaches teens 13 to 15 years old discipline, respect, and self-esteem.  The camp is open to teenagers in Erie, Crawford, Warren and Venango Counties and sponsored by the Pennsylvania State Police and Kiwanis Club. There is no cost for the camp but students are required to take part in a fundraiser to offset the costs. Visit to register by April 20th.


A Rough Flu Season in PA

Radio PA
This is one of the worst years for the flu in a while, Pennsylvania’s department of Health reports more than 35,000 cases of the flu since October 2017 and 65 flu related deaths. Acting Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine recommends getting vaccinated against the flu every year and taking steps to prevent the spread of sickness if you are infected. Visit flu free pa dot com or call 877PAHEALTH (1-877-72-43584)