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    mr.d got a reaction from pwacm in Accident - Summerville Area - Rt.28 South CLOSED   
    Police Release Details of Double Fatal Crash on Route 28 Involving Motorcycle & Car
    September 22, 2021 8:30 am· Author: Aly Delp   REDBANK TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Clarion-based State Police have released the details of a deadly crash that took place on State Route 28 in Redbank Township on Friday night.
    According to police, the crash occurred around 9:03 p.m. on Friday, September 17, on State Route 28 at its intersection with Shannondale Road, in Redbank Township, Clarion County. Police say a witness reported they were traveling north on State Route 28 behind a 1999 Honda motorcycle when a 2013 Toyota Corolla that was traveling north behind the witness’s vehicle attempted to pass on a solid double yellow line at the same time as the motorcycle attempted to make a left turn onto Shannondale Road.
    The Toyota then struck the motorcycle and continued north a short distance before coming to an uncontrolled rest on the western shoulder, facing southeast. The motorcycle continued northeast and came to an uncontrolled rest facing north on the eastern shoulder of the roadway.
    The operator of the motorcycle, identified as 36-year-old Douglas P. Craig, of New Bethlehem, and a passenger on the motorcycle, identified as Sarah M. Stewart, of Strattanville, were both thrown from the vehicle. Both individuals were subsequently pronounced dead at the scene by Clarion County Coroner Daniel Shingledecker.
    Police note Craig and Stewart were not wearing helmets.
    According to police, the driver of the Toyota, identified as 29-year-old Jhonatan A. Gonzalez de la Cruz, of Providence, Rhode Island, was not using a seat belt and had to be extricated from his vehicle by mechanical means.
    Gonzalez de la Cruz was subsequently transported to UPMC Presbyterian by STAT MedEvac for treatment of suspected serious injuries.
    Police say charges against Gonzalez de la Cruz in relation to the crash are pending.
    According to Clarion County 9-1-1, Hawthorn Volunteer Fire Department, New Bethlehem Fire Company 1, Summerville Volunteer Fire Department, two units from Clarion Hospital Ambulance Service, and Summerville Ambulance Service also assisted at the scene. The roadway was closed for nearly six hours as a result of the collision.
  2. THANK YOU
    mr.d got a reaction from Bon in Accident - Summerville Area - Rt.28 South CLOSED   
    Police Release Details of Double Fatal Crash on Route 28 Involving Motorcycle & Car
    September 22, 2021 8:30 am· Author: Aly Delp   REDBANK TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Clarion-based State Police have released the details of a deadly crash that took place on State Route 28 in Redbank Township on Friday night.
    According to police, the crash occurred around 9:03 p.m. on Friday, September 17, on State Route 28 at its intersection with Shannondale Road, in Redbank Township, Clarion County. Police say a witness reported they were traveling north on State Route 28 behind a 1999 Honda motorcycle when a 2013 Toyota Corolla that was traveling north behind the witness’s vehicle attempted to pass on a solid double yellow line at the same time as the motorcycle attempted to make a left turn onto Shannondale Road.
    The Toyota then struck the motorcycle and continued north a short distance before coming to an uncontrolled rest on the western shoulder, facing southeast. The motorcycle continued northeast and came to an uncontrolled rest facing north on the eastern shoulder of the roadway.
    The operator of the motorcycle, identified as 36-year-old Douglas P. Craig, of New Bethlehem, and a passenger on the motorcycle, identified as Sarah M. Stewart, of Strattanville, were both thrown from the vehicle. Both individuals were subsequently pronounced dead at the scene by Clarion County Coroner Daniel Shingledecker.
    Police note Craig and Stewart were not wearing helmets.
    According to police, the driver of the Toyota, identified as 29-year-old Jhonatan A. Gonzalez de la Cruz, of Providence, Rhode Island, was not using a seat belt and had to be extricated from his vehicle by mechanical means.
    Gonzalez de la Cruz was subsequently transported to UPMC Presbyterian by STAT MedEvac for treatment of suspected serious injuries.
    Police say charges against Gonzalez de la Cruz in relation to the crash are pending.
    According to Clarion County 9-1-1, Hawthorn Volunteer Fire Department, New Bethlehem Fire Company 1, Summerville Volunteer Fire Department, two units from Clarion Hospital Ambulance Service, and Summerville Ambulance Service also assisted at the scene. The roadway was closed for nearly six hours as a result of the collision.
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    mr.d got a reaction from NoRights in Pet peeve drivers in parking lots   
    The drivers going across the aisles i call cross country drivers can cause a serious accident.  If I am going on marked up aisle and you are coming down the up aisle, you will have to decide how you are going to get by me because I am going up the center so there is room for people to walk between my car and the parked cars.
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    mr.d got a reaction from Bon in Bride Flies 800 Miles To Share 'First Dance' With 94-Year-Old Grandpa   
    WEDDINGS   Published 2 days ago Bride flies 800 miles to share 'first dance' with 94-year-old grandpa
    Natalie Browning traveled from Virginia to Florida to share her ‘first dance’ with her grandfather
    By Cortney Moore | Fox News Bride flies 800 miles to dance with 94-year-old grandfather
    Natalie Browning traveled from Virginia to Florida to share her 'first dance' with her grandfather Nelson May.
    Distance was no obstacle for a bride who wanted her "first dance" to be with her grandpa.
    Natalie Browning, 24, boarded a flight from Virginia and traveled 800 miles to see her 94-year-old grandfather Nelson May, who is based in Florida, according to a report from South West News Service (SWNS).
    The young bride made it a point to see her grandpa after she found out he wouldn’t be able to make it to her wedding due to his health, according to a Facebook post she shared with family and friends. 

    Natalie Browning, 24, traveled 800 miles to see her grandfather Nelson May, 94. According to a social media post she shared, Browning said she wanted to bring the wedding to her grandpa, who had to miss out on the big day due to health challenges. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    Two weeks before the big day, Browning’s grandfather suffered a stroke and was unable to travel, SWNS reported. 
    On Aug. 1, Browning packed up her wedding dress and essential supplies and traveled to her grandfather’s Florida home. She did her makeup at the airport and carried her dress in a pink garment bag until her arrival — all of which she documented in a Facebook video.

    Natalie Browning boarded a Florida-bound flight on Aug. 1, 2021, with her wedding dress in tow, so she could dance with her grandfather. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    When she arrived at her grandfather’s home, Browning donned her wedding dress and the pair shared a dance.
    "For months he'd been so excited to dance with me on my wedding night and I'm just so happy that I was able to give him that experience," Browning told SWNS. "I don't get to see him very often so it truly was a special day."

    Natalie Browning told South West News Service that her grandfather had looked forward to dancing with her on her wedding day for months. Unfortunately, he was unable to travel on the big day due to his health. Browning brought the wedding to his Florida home a few weeks later and documented it in a touching video. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    Browning, who is a jeweler based in Virginia Beach, told Fox News she is grateful she had an opportunity to make her grandpa smile.
    "I run a small jewelry business called Of Great Value that is centered around reminding people that they are deeply valuable," she said. "I've been trying to implement that belief more in my own life and wanted my grandpa to know that he is incredibly valuable to me, and even though he was unable to come to my wedding, that the dance he so desired to have with me was valuable too. So, we made it happen."
    Browning married her husband Cooper on June 27.                                                                                                                                                                        https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/bride-flies-800-miles-dance-94-year-old-grandpa
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    mr.d reacted to Bon in Deaf Woman Says She Was Refused Service At Dunkin   
    Thank God they are coming out with clear masks now.
    I’m surprised she didn’t have a pen & notepad in her purse for situations like this. Our son was deaf in his left ear. A lot of his friends didn’t know because Joe never told them. 
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    mr.d reacted to busrolls36 in 15-Year-Old Girl Laughed About Killing Seattle Jogger With Car   
    That is so wrong and she laughed about it! She has no remorse and should be locked up
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    mr.d reacted to DRNeil in Florida Police Call Missing Woman's Case 'Odd'   
    Well you gotta wonder why and how a guy who is on a road trip with the woman he claims to love can leave her miles from home and take her van and drive home then not tell anyone what happened or where she was. 
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    mr.d got a reaction from katie77 in Bride Flies 800 Miles To Share 'First Dance' With 94-Year-Old Grandpa   
    WEDDINGS   Published 2 days ago Bride flies 800 miles to share 'first dance' with 94-year-old grandpa
    Natalie Browning traveled from Virginia to Florida to share her ‘first dance’ with her grandfather
    By Cortney Moore | Fox News Bride flies 800 miles to dance with 94-year-old grandfather
    Natalie Browning traveled from Virginia to Florida to share her 'first dance' with her grandfather Nelson May.
    Distance was no obstacle for a bride who wanted her "first dance" to be with her grandpa.
    Natalie Browning, 24, boarded a flight from Virginia and traveled 800 miles to see her 94-year-old grandfather Nelson May, who is based in Florida, according to a report from South West News Service (SWNS).
    The young bride made it a point to see her grandpa after she found out he wouldn’t be able to make it to her wedding due to his health, according to a Facebook post she shared with family and friends. 

    Natalie Browning, 24, traveled 800 miles to see her grandfather Nelson May, 94. According to a social media post she shared, Browning said she wanted to bring the wedding to her grandpa, who had to miss out on the big day due to health challenges. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    Two weeks before the big day, Browning’s grandfather suffered a stroke and was unable to travel, SWNS reported. 
    On Aug. 1, Browning packed up her wedding dress and essential supplies and traveled to her grandfather’s Florida home. She did her makeup at the airport and carried her dress in a pink garment bag until her arrival — all of which she documented in a Facebook video.

    Natalie Browning boarded a Florida-bound flight on Aug. 1, 2021, with her wedding dress in tow, so she could dance with her grandfather. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    When she arrived at her grandfather’s home, Browning donned her wedding dress and the pair shared a dance.
    "For months he'd been so excited to dance with me on my wedding night and I'm just so happy that I was able to give him that experience," Browning told SWNS. "I don't get to see him very often so it truly was a special day."

    Natalie Browning told South West News Service that her grandfather had looked forward to dancing with her on her wedding day for months. Unfortunately, he was unable to travel on the big day due to his health. Browning brought the wedding to his Florida home a few weeks later and documented it in a touching video. (SWNS/Natalie Browning)
    Browning, who is a jeweler based in Virginia Beach, told Fox News she is grateful she had an opportunity to make her grandpa smile.
    "I run a small jewelry business called Of Great Value that is centered around reminding people that they are deeply valuable," she said. "I've been trying to implement that belief more in my own life and wanted my grandpa to know that he is incredibly valuable to me, and even though he was unable to come to my wedding, that the dance he so desired to have with me was valuable too. So, we made it happen."
    Browning married her husband Cooper on June 27.                                                                                                                                                                        https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/bride-flies-800-miles-dance-94-year-old-grandpa
  9. THANK YOU
    mr.d got a reaction from Bon in Shanna Carlson: 18 months later   
    On other articles like this, cases may takes years to solve. The investigating officials may have to rely on someone coming forth with information.  If you see something, say something. May be the even smallist detail could help crack the case. 
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    mr.d reacted to Petee in Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie   
    So her eyes are coming along, her toofers are coming in, her cute purple glasses are a hit her smile is still there and it looks like you're teaching the little angel how to use the computer!  Sounds like a hit to me!!!!
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    mr.d reacted to WMJ77 in Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie   
    she is getting so big (in a good way)....time flies...such a cutie
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    mr.d reacted to Bon in Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie   
    Faith Marie had a CT scan on Friday. She has a kidney stone in each kidney. Other then that, both kidneys look good & there is no cancer!! It was a year ago when she started chemo. 🙏🏻🟠🙏🏻
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    mr.d reacted to Bon in Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie   
    Faith Marie had to see a dentist in Pittsburgh last Friday about her teeth. It was just to make sure they were growing in right & no problems from the chemo.
    Spacing is good, teeth are coming in fine, very clean, no problems!! 
  14. THANK YOU
    mr.d got a reaction from NoRights in Shanna Carlson: 18 months later   
    On other articles like this, cases may takes years to solve. The investigating officials may have to rely on someone coming forth with information.  If you see something, say something. May be the even smallist detail could help crack the case. 
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    mr.d reacted to allboys in Pres Bush at Shanksville   
    I hope they taped it and play it in a loop for Joe Biden with a note placed on the wall behind it "This is how a leader should sound when speaking".
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    mr.d reacted to lavender in Pres Bush at Shanksville   
    I hope that she got some satisfaction out of the fact that the people who died at Shanksville were a diverse lot. Death doesn't much care if you are black, white or purple.  Her agenda was totally out of place. It is a place of mourning. Keep race out of it. 
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    mr.d reacted to jaman in Pres Bush at Shanksville   
    Thank you Pres Bush. Beautiful short , concise speech. You didnt surrender to the enemy.
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    mr.d got a reaction from Pompeii in Remembering 9/11- 20 Years Later   
    Previous Watch: Remembering 9/11 special program
    Remembering 9/11 / 7 hours ago Through their eyes: First responders recount Flight 93 crash scene
    Heroes of Flight 93 / 8 hours ago Budweiser changes ‘9/11 ad that only aired once’ on 20th anniversary
    Remembering 9/11 / 8 hours ago Police officer recalls moment finding out brother was on Flight 93
    Local News / 9 hours ago Why the 9/11 Museum & Memorial uses ‘sky blue’ in its tributes
    Remembering 9/11 / 15 hours ago Next More Remembering 9/11  “On September 11, 2001, four commercial jets headed for the west coast were hijacked from Boston, Dulles, and Newark. All four aircraft crashed into landmarks in New York City, Washington D.C. and a lone field in Pennsylvania.
    In total, 2,977 people lost their lives.
    20 years later, America and the World have not forgotten the events of that fateful day. This section is dedicated to the memory of those who lost their lives and the heroes who worked endlessly to save so many.” – WTAJ
       
    September 11, 2001, Interactive Timeline
    TOP STORIES: 9/11
    Visitors reflect on the Flight 93 National Memorial
    Remembering 9/11 / 18 hours ago Chalk portraits bring faces of Flight 93 to life
    Heroes of Flight 93 / 14 hours ago Pilot tasked with finding Flight 93 before it made its way to DC
    Remembering 9/11 / 8 hours ago Johnstown Symphony Orchestra honors 9/11 with two special events at Flight 93
    Remembering 9/11 / 2 days ago Heroes of Flight 93: Jack Grandcolas reflects on loss of wife, unborn child
    Remembering 9/11 / 2 days ago Former Broadway performer shares how 9/11 shaped her into who she is today
    Local News / 2 days ago Friends of Flight 93: Keeping the memory of 40 heroes alive
    Remembering 9/11 / 2 days ago Former WTAJ News Anchors reflect on reporting on Flight 93 and the attacks on 9/11
    Remembering 9/11 / 3 days ago Shanksville Fire Department host annual Flight 93 flag ceremony
    Remembering 9/11 / 5 days ago Flight 93 Hero: Flight Attendant Lorraine Bay
    Remembering 9/11 / 3 days ago More Remembering 9/11                                                                                                                                                                                                                                SEE VIDEOS     ;     https://www.wearecentralpa.com/remembering-9-11/
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    mr.d got a reaction from Bon in Police Searching For Man In Stolen UTZ Potato Chip Truck From Clarion Walmart   
    Police Searching for Man in Stolen Potato Chip Truck
    Thursday, September 9, 2021 @ 02:09 PM Posted by Aly Delp
    MONROE TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police are currently searching for a suspect who stole a potato chip truck from the parking lot of the Clarion Walmart store earlier today.
    (PHOTO: The UTZ truck pictured above is the same model as the stolen truck.)
    According to police, the incident occurred around 10 a.m. on September 9 at the Walmart Store parking lot in Monroe Township.
    Police say a known suspect, whose identity has not been released, stole a potato chip truck that was parked in the receiving area of the parking lot.
    The driver of the truck was reportedly in the store, delivering items, when the theft occurred.
    Sources say police were at the store looking for an individual at the time of the theft.
    However, police would not confirm whether or not the individual they were looking for is the same individual who stole the truck.
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    mr.d reacted to dubois_15801 in Accident - Brookville   
    That much damage to a house - certainly going faster than 35MPH speedlimit.

    Somebody needs to lose their drivers license and their right to own a vehicle for a minimum of 10 years.   Even if it was mechanical problem with car, there is little excuse for what I see there.
     
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    mr.d got a reaction from Polo in Pet peeve drivers in parking lots   
    The drivers going across the aisles i call cross country drivers can cause a serious accident.  If I am going on marked up aisle and you are coming down the up aisle, you will have to decide how you are going to get by me because I am going up the center so there is room for people to walk between my car and the parked cars.
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    mr.d reacted to DLE1950 in PennDOT Moves To Bar Hawbaker Inc. From State Work After Theft Case   
    Another state stupid idea. Why should 1,200 suffer due to one nans stupidy?
  23. CRAZY
    mr.d got a reaction from Basset3 in Man Accused Of Faking Hit-And-Run Injuries Caught On Camera   
    Outsmarted by a Tesla? Man accused of faking hit-and-run injuries caught on camera
    NATIONAL NEWS by: Michael Scheidt, Nexstar Media Wire
    Posted: Sep 7, 2021 / 03:19 PM EDT / Updated: Sep 7, 2021 / 03:19 PM EDT Slidell Police Department
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    Breaking New
    SLIDELL, La. (BRPROUD) — A man in Louisiana who claimed he was hit by a Tesla has been arrested himself.
    Slidell police were called to an alleged hit-and-run in a parking lot Friday. Arthur Bates Jr., 47, claimed a Tesla had struck him while backing out.
    The Slidell Police Department provided video of the alleged collision, appearing to show Bates falling to the ground and the Tesla leaving the scene after its driver checks on Bates.
    “Bates was complaining of back, leg and neck injuries, resulting in an ambulance and fire truck to be dispatched to the location,” said the Slidell Police Department.
    During an investigation, the driver was found and questioned by officers. The driver also provided police with the video.
    According to the driver, “Bates intentionally jumped behind his vehicle and staged the accident.”
    Slidell Police officers agreed and arrested Bates, who is now facing one count of false swearing with the intent to cause an emergency response.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SEE VIDEO    ;   https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/national-news/outsmarted-by-a-tesla-man-accused-of-faking-hit-and-run-injuries-caught-on-camera/
  24. HAHA
    mr.d got a reaction from Gator11 in Pet peeve drivers in parking lots   
    The drivers going across the aisles i call cross country drivers can cause a serious accident.  If I am going on marked up aisle and you are coming down the up aisle, you will have to decide how you are going to get by me because I am going up the center so there is room for people to walk between my car and the parked cars.
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    mr.d reacted to Sunshyn in Pet peeve drivers in parking lots   
    I always sit in the Truck when Hubby goes into Lowes..it amazes me how ppl drive and just act honestly..I get more enjoyment out of staying in the truck 😂😂
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