News Live 365: November 15th, 2021

Four people were hospitalized after a collision near the town of Girard in Erie County last Monday. According to crash scene investigators a vehicle driven by a 42 year old Lake City man did not wait for traffic and made a left turn toward West Middle Road from Elk Park Road causing a collision with a second vehicle traveling in the opposite lane. All four occupants of the two vehicles were taken to UPMC Hamot for injuries.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is running a free Drive Through COVID-19 testing clinic at the Crawford County Fairgrounds on weekdays beginning tomorrow on Tuesday November 16th until Wednesday the 24th. Testing is from 9AM to 6PM on the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 22nd, and 23rd and from 9AM to Noon on Wednesday, the 24th. Anyone being tested is to enter through Gate Number 1 and follow the signs; no appointment is necessary, there is no cost for the test, registration is on site, and results should arrive within 2 or 3 days of testing.

Lawmakers in the Pennsylvania General Assembly are planning to introduce new legislation to address the recent increase in so-called skill games across the commonwealth. The bill will propose regulations which define skill games and create a framework for the taxation of them as well. It is estimated that taxing legal skill games could raise $250 million a year in revenue for the state.