Icy roads in Pennsylvania have caused a number of car accidents recently. In order to decrease the number of incidents as well as the amount of ice and snow, crews have been out removing the ice from roads.
Pennsylvania State Police are still looking for a possible third unknown vehicle that they believe was involved in a fatal car accident earlier this week. Two other vehicles had collided with one another; police believe that the unknown third vehicle hit one of the cars before driving away.
Previous incidents involving metal dust explosions at chemical plants in Pennsylvania have been investigated by the Chemical Safety Board (CSB). Recently, an explosion at a similar chemical plant in a neighboring state left three dead and another seriously injured in a workplace accident.
This morning, a man and his wife were injured after their car was hit by another driver who had lost control of his car. The car accident also left the other driver seriously injured. According to a police officer, the other driver had been speeding around a curve before hitting the man and his wife.
This past weekend in Adams County, Pennsylvania, emergency crews had their hands full after a light snowfall caused dozens of car accidents. Though responders counted at least two dozen accidents, city officials believe there were more minor crashes that went unreported.
Motorcycles are the smallest motor vehicles on the road on a given day. Motorcyclists are constantly watching out for other cars and trucks in traffic. Many times, motorcycle accidents occur because the driver of another vehicle did not see the motorcyclist.
It could happen to anyone. One day you could be healthy and successful, providing for your loved ones and enjoying life. The next day you could suffer a job-related injury and be unable to move, losing your ability to get to work.
When someone goes to the hospital, it is usually because they are suffering from a medical condition that requires attention and care. But sometimes a patient in the hospital suffers harm at the hands of their doctor or nursing staff.
Pennsylvania law enforcement had prepared for the beginning of the holiday travel season last week. Thanksgiving weekend has traditionally been the busiest holiday weekend for travelers out on the road.