A Uniontown man was killed Sunday when he was thrown from his motorcycle after failing to negotiate a curve in Confluence, according to a state police report. The crash happened just before 6 p. m. on State Route 0523 just north of Frantz Road when 64-year-old David Schubert hit a guide railguardrail for unknown reasons. Officials say he was wearing a helmet, but was killed on impact.
Vehicle was riddled with bullets.
Police said the victim was left with a broken nose, a concussion and other injuries after he was hit.
Klein was arrested and is facing more than a dozen charges, including aggravated assault.
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Three people were taken to a hospital after a vehicle crashed into a creek in Plum on Friday evening, Allegheny County emergency dispatchers confirmed.
The crash happened at Kerr Road and Dinwiddie Drive.A witness said two adults and two children were in the vehicle.
It is unclear how the crash happened.
According to a release from Ford, the company has issued a safety recall on approximately 2,760 2019 Ranger trucks and 270,000 Fusions made between 2013 and 2016.
Select Fusion models that are equipped with a 2.5-liter engine are being recalled because of a malfunction that causes the shifter cable to become detached from the transmission, which could cause the car to shift gears and roll away if the parking break is not applied.
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The man who died was found inside the car, police said. He was identified by the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office as 30-year-old Joshua Wine, of Zelienople.
Investigators said the car was coming from Reedsdale Street before the driver lost control and crashed on the ramp.
The onramp and Allegheny Avenue were closed while investigators processed the scene.
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For those looking for a career, the road to the future may be on the road itself. No four-year-degree is required, and jobs are in high demand.
The Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Association covers an 11-county area and currently has a shortage of almost 500 workers.
“The dealers in our region sold 150,000 new cars last year. Every one of those cars have multiple computers in them and an enormous amount of electronics. Those have to be serviced immediately and repaired,” Amati said.
The typical career path has students attending full- or part-time work training during their junior and senior years of high school, followed by a post-secondary education program for up to two years.
The average cost for the education is $10,000, but with the high demand for good mechanics, it is oftentimes free.
PITTSBURGH – A car was left mangled after it crashed off Route 51 and slammed into a building early Thursday morning in Pittsburgh.
Two people have been hospitalized as a result of the crash, which was reported about 3:30 a.m. on Route 51 in the area of Woodruff Street.
Emergency responders had to extricate the car’s driver and passenger, both of whom were last listed in critical condition at a Pittsburgh hospital, officials said.
Two people were killed and a third was critically injured in a crash Sunday night in Hempfield Township, Pennsylvania State Police said.
A portion of Babcock Boulevard in McCandless was shut down due to a multi-vehicle crash and a vehicle that rammed into a utility police.
The crash happened near North Park Lounge in McCandless. Babcock Boulevard was closed at Duncan Avenue.
Youngstown-based Falcon Transport Co. told its 550 workers over the weekend that it was immediately shutting down all operations.The announcement comes about two months after General Motors stopped production at its assembly plant near Youngstown. Falcon Transport had close ties with the plant’s operation.
Falcon Transport hasn’t given a reason for its decision to close. It had been a family-run business until it was bought by a private equity firm in 2017.
Employees say they received a text on Saturday night telling them to stop the work they were doing for the company.