Concrete Slab Cause of Hit and Run Accident in Clinton County

September 13, 2012

Concrete Slab Cause of Hit and Run Accident in Clinton County - PSP Lamar are seeking information about a hit and run accident that occurred on Sept. 12 in Castanea Township. Trooper Homan said a concrete slab fell from the bed of a white truck while traveling south on Route 220, approximately one mile prior to the Lock Haven exit around 11:30 a.m. The slab struck a vehicle operated by Nancy Fioretti, 50, of Williamsport, who was following behind the white truck. The truck continued traveling south on Route 220 without stopping, Homan said. Fioretti was not injured in the crash.

School Buses Damaged in Loganton - PSP Lamar are investigating an incident of criminal mischief that occurred between Sept. 4-9. Trooper Timothy Wright said during that time period, someone entered the property of Schrack Service, 165 S. Mill Street, Loganton, and threw bricks through the windows of school buses that are being used for storage. Damage is estimated at $800, Wright said.

 

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