Bicycle hit by Car
Vernon Township Police Department
The Vernon Township Police Department is saying that a woman who hit a bicyclist was not at fault for the accident. Sue Barnes of Saegertown collided with a bicycle driven by Jenna Mattson shortly before 11am on Friday August 31st. Investigators on the scene say that Jenna ignored a solid red traffic signal as she crossed the Conneaut Lake Road from the parking lot of Vernon Place toward the adjacent McDonald’s. She was treated on scene by EMTs and taken to Meadville Medical Center.
Four Injured When Woman Ignores Stop Sign
Four were injured, including a five year old child, when a driver ran a stop sign at an intersection in Sugarcreek and caused a collision. Police say that at 3:30 Sunday afternoon 76 year old Rita Beatty failed to stop at the intersection of Meadville Pike and Patchel Run Road. She struck the passenger side of a vehicle containing two other women and a five year old girl. No Serious Injuries were reported.
K2 Believed to be Substance Sickening Prison Workers
The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections is calling K2 the culprit in the sickening of almost 2 dozen prison guards in August. The synthetic chemical cannabinoid that was being soaked into letters and books and sent to inmates who were eating the paper to get high. The lockdown continues.
Nobody Injured in Small Plane Crash
Thanks to the quick reflexes of a Greenville man, nobody was injured in a plane crash in Crawford County. The unidentified pilot and his two passengers all relate that at about 1:30 in the afternoon on Saturday the 1st the engine of the airplane failed. The pilot was able to set the plane down in a grassy area away from any people or structures. The FAA is investigating.
Burglary on Route 27
At some undetermined point last week several gas containers and a wet saw were taken from a garage belonging to 66 year old Anthony Rotundo of Titusville. Anthony lives outside of Titusville on route 27. Anyone with information should call the Corry State Police at (814)663-2043.
Gas Prices Expected to Drop
We’ve been feeling pain at the pump all summer long, but according to experts at Triple-A we should see prices decreasing this fall. Triple-A spokeswoman Jana Tidwell says that as pumping stations switch over from summer to the cheaper to produce winter gasoline mixes and demand decreases we should see prices drop.