The gun’s owner, Charles McFarland Jr., was arrested and faces charges of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon.
PITTSBURGH – Police are investigating a double stabbing in Carnegie.Police tell Channel 11 officers and paramedics were dispatched around 7:23 Sunday morning to the 400 block of 5th street for a 31-year-old woman stabbed multiple times.
The stabbing occurred at an apartment building in the 400 block of 3rd Avenue. Once officers arrived at the building, they found a 51-year-old man dead from stab wounds to the chest.
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim as Luke Connolly.
Police said they are still investigating, but there are no suspects and a motive is not clear.
Four injured in the explosion were taken to Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital hospital.
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State police opened a criminal investigation at the behest of local authorities. However, Garletts emphasized that every investigation by his bureau is a criminal inquiry until the facts prove otherwise.
Six others were injured, although the Marines said the injuries were not considered to be serious
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.
CLEVELAND, Va. — Authorities say five men have been rescued from a cave in southwest Virginia where they became trapped after heavy rains.
Virginia Department of Emergency Management search-and-rescue coordinator Billy Chrimes said Sunday evening that all five men were taken to hospitals after being pulled from the cave Sunday.
Chrimes said they were suffering from hypothermia and exhaustion.
Six people were taken to the hospital, including the driver of the semi. That driver, who sustained minor injuries, is now in police custody and is being charged with multiple counts of vehicular homicide, Countryman said. Police did not identify the driver, other than to say he’s not from Colorado.
Parts of I-70 remain closed Friday morning — and highway officials say it isn’t likely to open until sometime Saturday. The closure caused long delays in the morning commute, with investigators still combing the area, and workers trying to clean up debris in the eastbound lanes where the crash took place. Westbound lanes are also closed, with motorists using a detour to avoid a bridge where the greatest damage occurred.