friDAY, JULY 5, 2013
40 people were left homeless last night after fire destroyed all 19 units at THE Waupelani HEIGHTS APARTMENT COMPLEX in State College. fire crews say 2 people were rescued from a balcony and A section of the roof collapsed as they worked to contain the flames.
The Red Cross is helping the residents and A State Police fire marshal is investigating the cause.
fatal u-t-v wreck
A teenager from DUBOIS DIED IN A U-T-V CRASH ABOUT 2AM YESTERDAY IN WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, JEFFERSON COUNTY. POLICE SAY 19 YEAR OLD Lexie Wise was SPEEDing WHEN She RAN DOWN AN EMBANKMENT AND HIT A TREE. HER PASSENGER, 20 YEAR OLD Shannon Thompson OF Reynoldsville was flown to A PITTSBURGH HOSPITAL.
tragedy in clinton county yesterday. A MAN AND wOMAN DROWNED when THEIR FLOATATION DEVICES WERE SWEPT OVER A DAM ALONG THE RAIN-SWOLLEN SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BETWEEN LOCK HAVEN AND WOODWARD TOWNSHIP. A KAYAKER RESCUED A 3RD PERSON.
1 person was FLOWN TO JOHNSTOWN’S MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER FOLLOWING A JULY 4TH boating accident on the Youghiogheny River Lake IN SOMERSET COUNTY. the VICTIM’S NAME HAS not BEEN RELEASED AND the state Fish and Boat Commission IS INVESTIGATING.
THE BLAIR COUNTY D-U-I TASK FORCE ARRESTED 6 PEOPLE FOR DRUNK DRIVING DURING A CHECKPOINT WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING. THEY STOPPED 450 VEHICLES ALONG ROUTE 36 IN HOLLIDAYSBURG. ONE OF THE suspects was WORKING AND DRIVING a client back to a local youth detention center. HIS blood-alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.
LOCAL HERO IN ST. COLLEGE
22 YEAR OLD ARMY COMBAT MEDIC Adam Hartswick OF PINE GROVE MILLS LOST BOTH OF HIS LEGS IN MAY WHEN AN I-E-D EXPLODED IN AFGHANISTAN AND HE WAS BACK IN HAPPY VALLEY YESTERDAY FOR THE 4TH FEST PARADE OF HEROES. HARTSWICK IS BEING TREATED AT WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER IN MARYLAND AND HE SAYS his doctors are pleased with his progress SO FAR. ALSO HONORED AT YESTERDAY’S EVENT WAS SERGEANT Vincent Reynolds, a 2006 Bellefonte graduate who also lost a leg to a BLAST in Afghanistan.
Board of trustees MEETS NEXT WEEK
WHEN Penn State’S Board of Trustees meetS NEXT FRIDAY AT THE CAMPUS NEAR UNIONTOWN, YOU CAN WATCH IT LIVE. The meeting startS at 1:30 and will stream live, online at wpsu.org/live. MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO DISCUSS TUITION RATES FOR THE COMING SEMESTER.