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June 16, 2013

IN BRIEF | Three injured in Route 30 crash

— Three people received minor injuries Sunday in a two-vehicle crash on Route 30 in Somerset County, police said.

Police said the vehicles were both traveling west in Quemahoning Township and that the collision occurred as the driver of a Dodge Ram truck was attempting to make a left turn into a private parking lot.

The vehicle behind it, a Ford F-150, driven by Matthew K. Kodrin, 17, of Boswell, tried to pass the truck, striking it in the process, police said.

The Dodge truck’s driver, Quintin M. Wyandt, 19, of Hooversville – as well as Kodrin and a passenger in the Ford, were all taken to Memorial Medical Center in Johns-town for treatment.

Kodrin will be cited for careless driving, state police said.

Wire stolen from windmill towers

State police in Somerset said someone stole $10,000 worth of wire from windmill towers being stored in Somerset sometime earlier this month.

Investigators said they believe actors took approximately 150 feet of inch-thick wire from two towers, loaded it onto a vehicle and fled through a wooded area near the lot they were stored on North Center Avenue.

The estimate to fix the damaged turbine is $5,000, police said. Anyone with information may call police at 445-4104.

Rock tossed through stained-glass window

State police say someone tossed a large rock through a stained-glass window at Christ Casebeer Evangelical Lutheran Church on Saturday.

The act allegedly occurred at the Somerset Pike church in the early morning hours, police said.  Anyone with information may call police at 445-4104.

 

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