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AMBRIDGE (KDKA) — A man was rushed to the hospital after he was shot in the head with a crossbow in Beaver County Thursday morning.
The incident was first reported around 9:30 a.m. at 12th Street and Beaver Road in Ambridge.
Emergency officials say a medical helicopter rushed the man to a hospital in Pittsburgh for treatment. His condition is not being released.
Police have made an arrest after an argument led to a stabbing in Downtown Pittsburgh late Tuesday night.
According to a criminal complaint for Michael Bob, Jr., 25, the incident began when Bob was having an argument with another man near Wood Street and Liberty Avenue.Police said a 33-year-old man got out of his vehicle and approached Bob, leading to another exchange of words.
According to the court paperwork, Bob allegedly said “I’ll stab you all right now,” pushed the 33-year-old man twice and, as that man prevented Bob from getting onto a bus, stabbed him.
CARNEGIE, Pa. – A woman was injured when her car ended up on its roof after a hit-and-run on Cubbage Street in Carnegie Friday evening.
A person who witnessed the crash said a red pickup truck tried to pass a car and clipped it.
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Witnesses said they saw the pickup truck driving in reverse down the street to get away.
Neighbors were able to help get the woman out of the car.
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A young child injured his arm after he climbed onto a conveyor belt and was dragged all the way inside a TSA bag room at the Atlanta airport on Monday.
The wealthy financier was transported to a nearby hospital.
The driver was removed from the truck and taken to a hospital.
(CNN)A man was injured Tuesday morning after being swept over one of the waterfalls that makes up Niagara Falls, police said.Police in Ontario, Canada, were responding to a call of a man in crisis at Horseshoe Falls when the man climbed over a retaining wall, Niagara Parks Police tweeted.The man was swept over the rim and fell 188 feet into the Lower Niagara River.Officers found the man sitting on some rocks near the water and he was taken to a hospital. His injuries aren’t life-threatening, police said.According to the Niagara Parks website, the plunge pool is usually 100 feet deep. Horseshoe Falls is the largest of the three waterfalls that form Niagara Falls.
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The victim’s condition has not been released.
The star quarterback on a New Jersey high school football team died after suffering an injury on the field.
Evan Murray, 17, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound senior, played for Warren Hills Regional High School. During a game Friday night at home against Summit he was hit by an opposing player late in the second quarter, the Daily News reported.
He was taken from the field after a Summit interception and subsequent return, Tapinto.netreported Saturday. He was carted off the field in an ambulance, the website said.
The player felt “woozy” after the play but tried reassuring his teammates he would be fine as he was lifted on a gurney and rushed to the hospital, the News reported, citing witnesses.
“He tried giving a thumbs-up to the rest of the team, and all of us cheered,” Kailtin Bell, 16, a Warren Hills junior varsity cheerleader, told the paper.
“Our coach was telling us he was going to be all right,” she said through tears. “We didn’t expect anything would happen.”
At the end of the game, teammates emerged from the locker room and said Murray may have suffered a heart attack, Bell told the News.
Summit won the game 14-12, according to reports.
Warren Hills junior Taylor Coughlin, 16, told LehighValleyLive.com Murray walked off the field after the hit which occurred behind the line of scrimmage.
She said that right around halftime, he fell to the ground on the sideline, hushing the stunned crowd.
“He was laying on the ground and everyone was looking at him,” she told the paper. “He did get back up. He stood up with help and sat on a gurney.”
Coughlin told the website Murray was a member of the National Honor Society. “He was an amazing student and an amazing athlete,” she said. “He stood out in his athletics, his academics—everything.”
Warren Hills coach Larry Dubiel said officials were still trying to determine what happened.
“We lost a fine kid,” he told lehighvalleylive.
A statement from interim Superintendent Gary Bowen on Saturday called the school community “deeply saddened.”
“Last night we experienced a tragedy in the loss of student athlete Evan Murray following an injury during the Summit-Warren Hills football game,” Bowen said. “Our school district, with the cooperation of many, is providing grief and crisis counseling beginning immediately today, Saturday, for as long as the need exists.”
Coaches, students and community members gathered at the school’s football field on Saturday for a memorial.
Bowen declined to take questions from reporters, saying a cause of death has not yet been determined. Authorities said an autopsy was planned for Saturday afternoon.
Members of the school community said they were shocked by Murray’s death.
“I can’t comprehend what happened,” said one parent.
Murray was a three-sport athlete at Warren Hills. He also played basketball and baseball. He had been the Blue Streaks starting quarterback since his sophomore year.
“Man. Myth. Legend. I hope one day I can be half the man Evan Murray was and will forever be,” a friend Sevian Frangipane wrote on Twitter.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
One person was hospitalized after the blaze was sparked on a pool deck of the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino.
A fire erupted Saturday on the pool deck of a Las Vegas hotel, sending thick smoke billowing high above The Strip.
Two people were treated for smoke inhalation and one of them was hospitalized after the blaze was sparked on a pool deck of the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, Clark County Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Jeff Buchanan told NBC News.
The fire torched trees and cabanas at the Bamboo Pool on the west side of the hotel, but made little impact inside the building, according to the department. The Cosmopolitan said in a statement that “proper evacuation procedures were used.”
The fire was extinguished about 45 minutes after it was reported at about 12:15 p.m. (3:15 p.m. ET), according to NBC affiliate KSNV. The cause of the fire is under investigation, according to the hotel statement.