Two people were injured early Sunday morning when a driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a Bells Corner storefront.
The men, both in their 20s, were taken to Aria Health-Torresdale for injuries they sustained when their vehicle hit the store around 2:30 a.m. along the 8300-block of Bustleton Avenue. One man was in critical the condition, the other was stable. Police are still investigating the exact cause of the crash.
A 50-year-old woman was rushed to Aria Health-Torresdale Thursday night after she crashed her car in Morrell Park.
According to reports, the woman lost control of the vehicle around 8 p.m. along the 3500-block of Churchill Lane, driving through a fence and landing in an embankment. Medics pulled the woman from the car, where she was trapped.
She was treated for non-life threatening injuries, and the cause of the crash is unknown.
A woman was rushed to Aria Health-Torresdale early Sunday morning following a single-car crash.
Around 1:30 a.m., a female driver was thrown from her car after the vehicle struck a pole on the 9300-block of Frankford Avenue. She was reported to be in critical condition after being thrown from the car during the crash.
The exact cause of the crash hasn’t been determined.
Thursday – Two teenagers were shot late Thursday night in a Castor Gardens incident at Unruh Avenue and Kindred Street. The shooting left 18-year-old Tyree Branch of the 6500-block of Horrocks Street dead from a wound to his back. The other teenager, 17, was treated at Jeanes Hospital for a wound in the arm. continue reading »
The driver involved in a single-vehicle accident escaped without injury yesterday, though the crash resulted in an electrical fire.
When the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle around 8 a.m.on the 8500-block of Algon Avenue and crashed into a pole, wires fell into the street and caught fire. Police are investigating the crash, but the driver escaped uninjured.
Police are trying to determine what caused a single-car accident early Saturday morning on Woodhaven Road.
Around 1 a.m., the driver reportedly lost control of his minivan while heading east on Woodhaven Road and hit a utility pole near Knights Road before rolling over. The driver was thrown from the vehicle and taken to Jefferson University hospital for treatment. He is in critical condition.
A woman from Northwest Philadelphia was killed early Tuesday morning in a crash on Roosevelt Boulevard near Normandy.
The 28-year-old lost control of the vehicle in the northbound lanes near Comly Road. continue reading »
Friday — Two women in their early 20s died Friday morning in a single-car crash in Somerton. Melissa Lees, 22, of the 800-block of Barlow Street; and Caitlin Hennessey, 23, died when their vehicle lost control at Byberry and Worthington Roads around 2 a.m. The 20-year-old driver of the car suffered non-life-threatening injuries and faces DUI charges. continue reading »
Here’s a summary of the week’s Northeast news we didn’t cover. See others here.
The Philadelphia Planning Commission is now working on the Philadelphia Pedestrian Bicycle, which aims to make commuting safer for walkers and cyclists. While you can take the survey now, planning for the Northeast won’t begin until 2012. continue reading »
Friday — Sean Hagan, 17, was sentenced last week to 80 hours of community service. Hagan is better known by most as Red Man, the teenager who ran onto the field wearing a red bodysuit during a Phillies game last month. The Parkwood teen pleaded guilty to the charges and apologized. continue reading »