PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – At least two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Hays.
Just before 2:00 a.m. on the ramp from Glass Run Road to Route 885 North toward the Glenwood Bridge, two cars collided.
Paramedics took two people to the hospital and their conditions are unknown.
Pittsburgh Police are investigating the crash.
- Police responded to the shooting at the Super 8 in Rockford before 1am Sunday
- Officers discovered three people with gunshot wounds at the scene
- One of the victims was pronounced dead and the others are injured
- The male suspect barricaded themselves inside the motel and was confirmed dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at about 6.45am
- Police said the suspect and the officers exchanged multiple rounds of gunfire
“There was a significant explosion that caused a mayday report,” Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Erik Scott said in a briefing carried live on Twitter. “This was upgraded to a major emergency category.”
Several firefighters suffered injuries while trying to bring the raging flames under control.
“Tragically, we have 11 firefighters with burn injuries,” Scott said. Their exact conditions were not known.
The fire was initially reported at 327 East Boyd St. just before 6:30 p.m. It started in a single-story commercial building, and quickly spread to other nearby structures.
Police said a man and woman are in critical condition after the pickup truck they were in crashed early Sunday.
Police responded to the crash on West Liberty Avenue around 5 a.m.
Firefighters had to rescue the driver and passenger from the vehicle.
Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 is working to learn why the vehicle crashed.
No other vehicles were involved. Police are investigating.
According to the Unity Volunteer Fire Department, workers inside the Affival Inc. facility were dealing with a combination of titanium and calcium powder, two hazardous chemicals, officials said.
A machine with both of these chemicals inside caught on fire and exploded, according to fire officials.
The three workers who were transported to the hospital were treated for non-life threatening inhalation related injuries.