Car Accident Causes Power Outage

Driver hurt in car accident in Quezon Ave.

A portion of the city of Erie was left in the dark after hundreds of Penelec customers lost power this evening. The outage happening just after 6:30 p.m. Penelec officials said a car struck a pole near Greengarden Boulevard in Erie causing the outage. Customers living from West 25th Street south to West 38th Street, from Raspberry Street west to Elmwood Avenue were affected. They say roughly 200 customers are still without power. Copyright 2013 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Car Crashes Into Olney 7-Eleven Posted at 12/22/2013 1:26 PM | Updated as of 12/22/2013 1:26 PM MANILA A female driver was injured after her car crashed into a part of the GA Tower condominium in Quezon Avenue and tumbled over on Sunday morning. The driver, who was later identified as Maria Elizabeth Aragon, sustained hand wounds as a result of the shattered windows of her Honda Jazz. Aragon allegedly came from a party as her car contained a basket full of presents. According to Metro Manila Development Authority traffic enforcers, Aragon was alone when they responded to her. She was not able to get out of her car by herself due to its state. Witnesses speculated that the accident might have occurred because of the drivers inability to steer her car at the right time. Aragon, however, declined to give a statement. — Report from Dexter Ganibe, Radyo Patrol 45
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Driver killed in Northland as accidents pile up in Kansas City area

23 Missouri suffers first loss of season to Illinois in Braggin Rights thriller The 33rd edition of the Braggin Rights game Saturday in St. Louis was a typically physical, tense affair that wasnt decided until Fighting Illini junior Tony Abrams sank a pair of free throws with 4.6 seconds left, delivering a 65-64 victory for Illinois. It is the first loss of the season for No. 23 Missouri, which entered play riding a four-game win streak against Illinois Photographer gives parents of premature infants a priceless gift: Free photo sessions in the NICU Over the last two years, Jessica Strom of Overland Park, who specializes in maternity and baby photos, has volunteered to take photos for about 30 families with babies in the neonatal intensive care units at Overland Park Regional Medical Center and Shawnee Mission Medical Center. The families get to keep precious images that document the beginning of their childs life. What Strom gets in return is just as meaningful. Readers favorite ornaments are reminders of lifes tenderness and trials A few weeks ago, we asked readers to tell us about their favorite Christmas ornaments. We received several dozen submissions, nearly all of them relating how a simple little trinket can serve as a reminder of lifes most tender and trying moments. Today, we present eight of our favorites. T Bone Burnett helps make the folk music world of Inside Llewyn Davis sing Inside Llewyn Davis follows a folk singer during what T Bone Burnett, who produced the films music and soundtrack, calls one of the worst weeks of his life. Much of that bad luck is his own doing. But when Davis grabs his guitar and sings, he conveys his allegiance to authenticity and justifies his faith in the music he loves. A new vogue for surrealism can be seen at galleries and museums everywhere A surrealist zeitgeist not seen since the movements birth in the 1920s is in evidence at museums, galleries and artist studios everywhere. In New York and around the country, exhibits of historic surrealist art and contemporary artists indebted to the movement bring fantasy, craft, beauty and violence to the fore. Duck!
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Saturday. No one else was at the home at the time of the fire. The man’s name and other details related to the fire were not immediately released.|Dec. 21, 2013 Two men wounded in exchange of gunfire outside north side store By Tom Kertscher of the Journal Sentinel Two men were wounded Saturday on Milwaukee’s north side when shots were exchanged during an argument outside a store, police said. The incident occurred about 10 a.m. Saturday as a group of people waited to enter the store in the 4000 block of N. Teutonia Ave.|Dec. 21, 2013 Read Full Article (5) By Tom Kertscher of the Journal Sentinel Traffic Section By Cary Spivak and Patrick Marley of the Journal Sentinel Madison Gov. Scott Walker may postpone a decision on whether to approve the $800million Indian casino proposed for Kenosha until after he stands for re-election in November, according to the governor’s top aide.
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Snow-related car crashes down from last Sunday, sheriff’s office says

The accident happened just before 8:30 a.m. at the store located at Champlost and Water Streets. Authorities say the 90-year-old driver of the vehicle was attempting to park his car when the vehicle accelerated into the store. The driver says he believes his floor mat hit the gas pedal. An employee inside the store at the time of the accident was taken to Albert Einstein Hospital with leg pain. The driver was not injured. No charges have been filed at this time. MOST VIEWEDGALLERIES
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