Friday, May 17, 2013
The two-vehicle accident occurred at Horsham and Stump roads in Montgomery Township.
A man suffered a head injury and was transported to Abington Memorial Hospital following a crash on eastbound Horsham Road near Stump Road Friday morning, according to The Reporter. The man was driving an Audi, which crashed into the rear of a utility truck that was stopped in traffic, the article states. Read more at this link.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
The woman was transported to Lansdale Hospital following an accident on Bustard Road Friday.
Abington Health Lansdale Hospital treated the injured driver of a minivan after she was hurt in a crash on Bustard Road near Saddle Wood Court Friday in Worcester, according to The Reporter. The woman was driving a Chevrolet Cruze, which hit a tree stump on the side of southbound Bustard Road, careening the car into the northbound lane, causing it to flip onto its side, according to the article. See photos and read more at this link.
Monday, April 15, 2013
In addition, Montgomery Township Officer Dan Rose ran in the marathon in name of Plymouth Officer Brad Fox. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or inbox us on our Facebook page with any updates on runners.
Of the 22 local runners in Monday's Boston Marathon, 14 have been confirmed to be safe. All runners registered from Souderton are safe. Also safe is Pennbrook Middle School guidance counselor James Clancy. Two have been confirmed dead and, according to the Boston Globe, more than 100 injured in the explosion at Copley Square. Google Person Finder is tracking about 100 records of people in the Boston Marathon explosion. Futhermore, Montgomery Township Officer Dan Rose ran the marathon in the name of fallen Plymouth Township Officer Brad Fox. Rose has been confirmed safe. As of 11:59 p.m. Monday, the following persons confirmed safe are: Please update Patch on the statuses of other local runners in the comments below, email lansdale@patch.…
Paige Eberharter, 21, was the passenger in a Nissan Maxima driven by Nam Vu, 36, of East Norriton. Both were taken to Einstein Montgomery Medical Center for treatment of injuries.
Pennsylvania State Police said Paige Eberharter, 21, of North Wales, was injured in a crash April 13 at 3:16 a.m. on the 1000 block of Whitehall Road, Worcester. The driver of the 1996 Nissan Maxima was Nam Vu, 36, of East Norriton, police said. Vu was arrested on suspicion of DUI, police said. Police said Vu was traveling north on Whitehall Road, when he failed to negotiate the left curve in the road. The Nissan left the right side of the road and struck a guardrail with its front end, police said. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Police said Vu allegedly showed signs of impairment and was taken into custody for suspected DUI. Vu and Eberharter were taken via Plymouth EMS to Einstein Montgomery Medical Center for treatment of …
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The victims, a mother and her two children, suffered what were described as non-life-threatening injuries.
Last updated 9:10 p.m. Thursday A mother and her two young children were injured Thursday evening in a two car collision on Ridge Pike in Upper Providence Township. Officer Scott Reynolds of the Upper Providence Township Police department said the injured driver, a woman in her 20s, and her two children sustained what he described as non-life-threatening injuries. The mother and children were from "the Collegeville area," Reynolds said. Reynolds said the male driver of the second car, a 17-year-old from Lansdale, was not injured. His car was traveling westbound on Ridge Pike when he attempted to make a left turn into the Court at Upper Providence shopping plaza shortly after 6:30 p.m. His car crossed in front of the woman's vehicle, which …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Two people were trapped and later extricated by Upper Gwynedd Fire Co.
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Friday, February 1
Four vehicles were involved in a crash at Sumneytown Pike and Dickerson Road in Upper Gwynedd Friday morning, according to Geoff Patton of The Reporter. Deputy Police Chief David Poirier told The Reporter that two people were trapped and injured, and were extricated by Upper Gwynedd Fire Co. and taken by Volunteer Medical Service Corps of Lansdale to Lansdale Hospital, according to the article. View photos at this link.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Jennifer Connor of The Reporter reports the man was transported to Abington Memorial Hospital for treatment after the Tuesday morning incident
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Tuesday, January 15
Update An 84-year-old Towamencin woman, driving a 2002 Lincoln Continental, hit a 62-year-old Lansdale man as he exited his vehicle at the post office, according to The Reporter. The woman was from the 200 block of Woods Drive in Dock Woods Community. The man was from the 700 block of West Mount Vernon Street, according to the article. The man was transported to Abington Memorial Hospital for treatment of pain, according to the article. Earlier Story A middle-aged man was transported via Volunteer Medical Service Corps of Lansdale to an area hospital after being struck by a vehicle outside the Lansdale Post Office Tuesday morning. According to Jennifer Connor of The Reporter, Lansdale Police officers declined to comment on the extent of …
Friday, January 11, 2013
The accident occurred at Route 309 and Upper State Road Thursday afternoon
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Friday, January 11
According to Mike Goldberg of The Reporter, one man was injured and transported to Abington Memorial Hospital after his Mitsubishi Lancer collided with a Jeep Cherokee at Upper State Road in Route 309 in Montgomery Township at around 3:15 p.m. Thursday. The door to the Lancer was removed to extricate the injured driver, according to the article. Read more on the accident and view accident photos at this link.
Saturday, November 24, 2012
The garage fire at 2637 Valley Woods Road broke out shortly before 1:45 a.m. Saturday. A firefighter was injured, treated at Lansdale Hospital and later released, according to reports
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Saturday, November 24, 2012
A garage fire at 2637 Valley Woods Road in Hatfield Township has displaced a family, according to 6abc.com. The fire broke out shortly before 1:44 a.m. Saturday, according to Breaking News Network. When Hatfield Police arrived on scene, fire was showing from the attached garage of the two-and-a-half-story home, according to reports. The fire eventually spread to the entire house. One firefighter was injured when the garage collapsed, according to 6abc.com. The firefighter was treated at Lansdale Hospital and released. No family members were injured, according to reports. Montgomery County property records identify the owner as Sherri K. Gill. Hatfield Vol. Fire Co. was assisted at the scene by Hilltown Township Fire Co. and Hilltown …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
A female driver was transported to Lansdale Hospital and flown for treatment of a leg injury following an accident Wednesday morning on Allentown Road near Central Drive
Two drivers were injured in a head-on collision Wednesday morning at Allentown Road and Central Drive in Towamencin Township, according to Geoff Patton of The Reporter. Officer Travis Wood of Towamencin Police told The Reporter that a male driver swerved into the westbound lane of Allentown Road, striking a westbound vehicle driven by a female. The woman suffered a leg injury, according to the article. The male suffered minor injuries. PennStar was contacted, but was called off. The female was transported to Lansdale Hospital by Volunteer Medical Service Corps of Lansdale. JeffStat at Lansdale Hospital transported the woman for further treatment, according to a MontcoAlerts Facebook comment on Lansdale Patch. View Patton’s photo of the …