ALLEGHENY CO., Pa. — A tractor-trailer crashed into a Primanti Bros. restaurant in Allegheny County early Sunday.
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State police in Indiana County arrested a Johnstown woman for drug possession on Friday, following a traffic stop, according to a news release. Troopers say 25-year-old Kaitlyn Marie Krise was charged with possession with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance, and providing false identification to law enforcement following a traffic stop Friday evening in East Wheatfield Township. Authorities say on Friday, just before 7:30 p. m.
The coroner said Kenneth W. Miller, Jr., of Salem Township, attempted to clear a table top jump when he came up short and became separated from the vehicle.
Miller was taken to a nearby hospital where he died of his injuries.
The coroner said Miller was using a helmet and proper protective gear.
At least one person was transported to the hospital following a crash near the Dormont pool on Tuesday night, according to Post-Gazette news partner KDKA.
A white car appeared to have crossed the center line along McFarland Road/ Route 19 and crashed by the tennis courts.
A dark-colored SUV on a flatbed truck was being towed, KDKA reported.
No other information was immediately available.
Oil prices have rallied significantly, rising $10 in two weeks as markets are increasingly convinced that global demand for crude is picking up once again.
Deep output cuts and the reopening of some of the largest economies in the world have brightened the outlook for oil, but many analysts are now beginning to question whether this rally isn’t already overdone. So why are oil prices still rocketing as analysts warn of ballooning inventories and continued weak demand for aviation fuel?
Looking at the data, the first signs of real demand recovery are coming from the Far East, where Chinese refiners have embarked on a buying spree, capitalizing on ultra-low crude prices in heavy hit markets such as Brazil, Oman, and West Africa.
Spurred by Beijing’s call to action, factories and farmers are leading the demand recovery in diesel according to Liu Yuntao, an analyst working with Energy Aspects in London.
But it’s not just diesel. Gasoline consumption is also on the rise in China, where rush hour traffic in Beijing, Shanghai, and tens of other big cities is approaching normal levels once again as the Chinese are finding out that coronavirus isn’t spread by driving your car.
Pittsburgh Bureau of Police officers responded to a report of a juvenile female struck by a Hit and Run vehicle on the 6400 block of Frankstown Avenue around 12:10 a.m. May 17, 2020
Zone 5 officers found the victim, a 14-year-old girl, suffering lower back pain. Medics transported the girl to a local hospital in stable condition.
Per the initial investigation: A white, four-door SUV struck the girl and fled the scene.
Police are searching for the vehicle. The investigation continues.
Source: Public Safety Media Blotter
A 13-year-old boy has disappeared in Pennsylvania after changing the license plate of his family’s minivan and driving off, police say.
Kadin Willauer was last seen around 4 a.m. Sunday morning at a gas station in Upper Saucon Township, according to Fox 29. State Police say surveillance footage showed Willauer filling up the gas tank of white Chrysler Town & Country minivan and changing its license plates to stolen ones that read ZGW-4969.
About a half-hour earlier, Willauer had left his family’s home in Milford Township, north of Philadelphia, investigators told the station.
Investigators said the incident happened around 2 p.m. The driver’s vehicle was seen going at a high rate of speed before it crashed completely through the outside of Ron Flora Automotive on West Warrington Avenue.