SMITHFIELD BOROUGH, Pa. (KDKA) — A Fayette County pharmacy is a mess after a teenager driver, without a permit or license, plowed into the business while driving a pick-up truck.
The crash happened Monday afternoon at the Smithfield Pharmacy near the intersection of Main and Church Streets in Smithfield Borough.
The store sustained significant damage, but emergency officials said no one was injured.
Two people were rushed to hospitals after a crash late Wednesday night in Fayette County, officials said.
By Paul Peirce
Area skiers and snowboarders will have a full selection of slopes to choose from in southwestern Pennsylvania beginning Saturday as Laurel Mountain Ski Resort in Ligonier Township is opening for the season.
Consistently cold temperatures allowed for extensive snowmaking throughout the beginning of December and paved the way for the Westmoreland County resort to open for its third season since it reopened in2016 , according to Seven Springs Resort communications manager Katie Buchan.
State police said Roy Zack was driving in the westbound lane when he struck a vehicle that was turning into a private driveway.
Zack was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the other vehicle was not hurt.
State police said Zack was not wearing a seat belt.
Attorney Donald B. Moreman, 58, was charged by county Detective John F. Marshall with 75 counts of forgery and four counts of theft by unlawful taking from the Pleasant Valley Masonic Center in Bullskin. Moreman was arraigned before Connellsville District Judge Ronald Haggerty Jr. and released on unsecured bond.