An arrest warrant was issued Saturday for a Uniontown man who allegedly crashed his pickup truck into a pole intentionally during an argument with his girlfriend.
A man who crashed into a tree in South Union Township Wednesday night told police he was trying to buy drugs when he was chased, shot at, assaulted and robbed.
By Patrick Varine
A motorcycle rider has died following a crash late Tuesday afternoon in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood, according to Pittsburgh police.
Officers responded to a call at 4:40 p.m. for a motorcycle broadsiding a vehicle at the intersection of Meyran Avenue and Louisa Street, and found a man with a head injury.
The man was transported to the hospital in critical condition, where he was later pronounced dead. The driver of the other vehicle was not injured and there were no passengers, police said.
The man’s identity and official cause of death will be released by the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office.
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A Pittsburgh man was killed in a crash in Ohio Township on Sunday afternoon.
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the deceased Tuesday night as James Holloway Jr., 30.
The traffic accident occurred at about 2 p.m. near the intersection of Glen Mitchell and Weber roads.
Holloway’s death was ruled an accident, authorities reported.
PENN HILLS (KDKA) — A family’s home was destroyed after a driver of an SUV crashed through the front of their house in Penn Hills.
According to fire officials, the crash happened Friday on the 1200 block of Universal Road at around 4 p.m.
The driver, who police described as a young woman, removed herself from the vehicle and sustained minor injuries.
The house, on the other hand, was a total loss.
CLINTONVILLE, Pa. (KDKA) – A woman and a boy are dead after a crash involving a truck and an Amish buggy on Clintonville Road in Venango County.
According to state police, the crash occurred just after 3:00 p.m. on Sunday when a log truck struck the buggy from behind.
A family of five was inside the buggy and an adult male was flown to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown and a girl was flown to UPMC Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh.
The coroner was called to the scene and the woman and boy were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
The road was closed for several hours while police investigated.
The room is usually used for children to take naps, NBC Philadelphia reported. Seventeen children between the ages of 3 and 4 years old were in the room at the time of the crash, while about 80 children were in the building.
Four injured children were taken by ambulance to a hospital, while a fifth was transported separately, according to the district attorney’s office. Four of the children had been released from the hospital as of Friday afternoon.
NTSB investigators are expected to arrive Sunday to survey the wreckage.
Federal and local authorities are investigating the crash, which happened about 9:20 a.m.
One witness to the crash said he heard the aircraft’s engine “sputter” just before it went down.
“It just took a dive,” he said. “No smoke or anything like that. It was just like metal crunching.”
An Emergency Medical Services spokeswoman said one of the victims, in his 60s, was pronounced dead at the scene. A 78-year-old man who was critically injured in the crash later died at a hospital.
The identities of the victims have not yet been identified.
But news of the crash — and the victims — spread quickly on Oahu’s North Shore and threw the tight-knit general aviation community into mourning.
A Canton, Ohio, woman was killed in a head-on crash in Hampton late Friday night, officials said.
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner identified the woman as Kaitlyn Eckelberry, 23. She was pronounced dead shortly after midnight after being struck head-on by another vehicle in the 3800 block of William Flinn Highway (Route 8).
No details were available on the condition of the other driver.
Allegheny County Police are investigating.
Somerset firefighters and others work to free a man from a box truck that overturned along the westbound exit ramp of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Somerset Thursday afternoon. According to scanner reports, the truck, which was loaded with wood products, traveled over a guardrail and overturned, trapping the man inside for about 20 minutes. He was eventually extricated from the truck and flown to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown
A plane crashed Monday in Afghanistan’s eastern Ghazni province, and within hours, a swarm of conflicting reports had coalesced around the wreckage.
According to a U.S. official, the plane was a small American fixed-wing aircraft with two people on board, both of whom died in the crash. The official told NPR that the plane went down because of mechanical problems.
But that’s not the only account of the incident.
A spokesman for the Taliban, Zabihullah Mujahid, told NPR that insurgents with the group shot down the plane and that it had CIA officials on board. Earlier Monday, Mujahid referred to the plane on Twitter as an “enemy intelligence aircraft” and said the bodies of the intelligence officials were still lying near the crash site in the Sado Khelo region of Ghazni.
Taliban claimed credit for downing the plane in Ghazni. Taliban say the plan was used for espionage purposes & that high ranking CIA officers are killed in the crash. Taliban never had anti-aircraft weapon, the question is how they downed the plane? pic.twitter.com/iRAQteu8r5
— Ahmad Mukhtar (@AhMukhtar) January 27, 2020