Three people, including a two year old toddler, were injured in an ATV crash that state Police suspect was related to DUI. Gordon Walker was driving the ATV at around 5:15PM Saturday afternoon with Amber O’Toole and the baby on board when he veered off the road into a ditch and collided with a culvert pipe. The ATV flipped and ejected everyone. Walker was sent to Meadville Medical Center and his passengers had to be airlifted to UPMC Presbyterian and UPMC Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Three people including a year old child were injured in a crash on Interstate 80 in Venango County when the driver fell asleep. Chelsea Lee of Knox fell asleep while traveling eastbound near mile marker 80 at 7am Sunday morning. Her car collided with the rear end of the vehicle belonging to an Ohio couple and then went into the ditch. All three occupants were taken to Grove City Hospital.
In Clarion County a jury found Elva Warner-Confer guilty of drug delivery resulting in death and other drug related charges. She was arrested with others by State Police last year after Donald Brown of Clarion was found dead from an overdose of Fentanyl she helped supply.
Clarion State Police are searching for witnesses to a burglary on Wednesday June 13th. On that date between 10AM and 1:30PM someone broke into the home of John Forehand in Clarion County Hillside Apartments by gaining access through a back door. They stole $730 in cash and then left the scene.If you may have information call the Clarion County State Police at (814)226-1710.
Meadville State Police are looking for a light blue 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 with the words “Martin’s Excavating” written on the side. The truck’s license plate number is YMG0635 and it was towing a black flatbed trailer with license number XJZ0313. The truck was stolen at around 3:45AM Saturday morning. Call Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911 if you have seen this vehicle.
Telemedicine, the practice of licensed doctors conferring with patients over the phone or online, could soon be legal in Pennsylvania. On friday the State Senate approved a bill that would legalize the use of telemedicine with the added caveat that the physician must be licensed in the Commonwealth.