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An ambulance, medic 6 & Fire rescue responding, roadway blocked
8 members of the Star Hose Company #1 traveled to the Pennsylvania State Fire Academy in Lewistown where they filled the roster of the Flashover Recognition and Survival course.
|7/28/2012||11:17 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||WHITNEY CREEK RD||HEBRON TWP|
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Simmering Soup Voluntarily Recalls Salsa & Balela Because of Possible Health Risk
WIMBERGER'S OLD WORLD BAKERY & DELICATESSEN ISSUES ALLERGY ALERT ON UNDECLARED MILK, SOY AND WHEAT IN KAISER ROLLS, SEEDED ROLLS, BRAT BUNS, FRENCH BREAD, PRETZEL ROLLS, PRETZELS, PIZZA DOUGH, HOAGIE ROLLS AND BAGUETTES
Arthur Dogswell LLC Voluntarily Recalls Catswell Brand Vitakitty Chicken Breast With Flaxseed And Vitamins Because Of Possible Health Risk
Staphylococcus Aureus In Quesito Colombiano, Colombian Style Cheese
Cool Creations, LLC Recalls Specific Packages Of Products Containing Onions Because Of Possible Health Risk Due To Gills Onions Expanded Recall
GH Foods CA Initiates Voluntary Recall of Products That Contain Yellow Onions
Wegmans Recalls Chilled Prepared Foods that Contain Diced White Onions Sold at Three Pennsylvania Stores Only
Whole Foods Market® in FLORIDA issues voluntary recall of prepared foods items made with raw onions due to potential health risk
Minnesota Firm Recalls Canned Chicken Products Due To Mislabeling And Undeclared Allergen
Mississippi Firm Recalls Sausage Products For Possible Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination
Florida Firm Recalls Chicken Wrap Products Due To Possible Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination
California Firm Recalls BBQ Chicken Salads for Possible Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination
California Firm Recalls Chicken and Yam Pie Products Due to Misbranding and an Undeclared Allergen
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10 pm UPDATE: Weather Service On Scene
About half of the 4,000-plus Potter County households that were
without power 24 hours after Thursday afternoon's severe storm now
have electricity. Portions of Coudersport, Roulette, Galeton and
Genesee were brought back on line Friday evening. West Penn Power is
still working in the Coudersport and Roulette areas. On Saturday, they
will focus on re-establishing localized/neighborhood service.
Meanwhile, Penelec is continuing to restore service in areas of
Galeton that are still out and Tri-County REC continues working to
restore its larger grid areas. Many — but not all — of the 2,000
households lacking electrical service as of late Friday should be back
on line by Saturday night. Anyone who would like to report a power
outage or obtain more information in the West Penn Power or Penelec
service areas should call 1-888-544-4877.
National Weather Service representatives joined the Potter County
Emergency Management Agency in touring the affected areas this
afternoon to gather data on the nature of the storm. Official findings
are pending, but initial reports suggest wind speeds of upwards of 90
miles per hour and a mixture of straight-line winds, microbursts and
classification EF-1 tornado activity. Official designations will be
announced at a later date.
Potter County officials are asking residents in the affected areas to
check on their neighbors and see if they can render assistance to
those with special needs, as refrigeration, water-pumping and
communications services remain unavailable. Coudersport Volunteer Fire
Department reminds those in need that its modular units along Rt. 6
west in Coudersport are open as comfort stations.
Officials released the identity of the woman who died as a result of
injuries sustained when a tree fell on her at a private campsite on
Wintergreen Road in the Hickox/Genesee area. Linda Lou Button, 66, of
Andover, N.Y., was pronounced dead at the scene of severe head trauma.
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POWER RESTORED IN MANY AREAS
SUNDAY AT 12:08 AM--USING CELL PHONE PDA NET TO POST
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SUGGESTED THIS !!
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Storm update (July 27, 2012):
Charles Cole Memorial Hospital is operational with the use of its generator system.
However, the following Cole community health centers and departments are closed today-- Smethport, Central Potter, Galeton and Westfield as well as the following Coudersport offices: The Patterson Cancer Center, Wellness Center, Champion Orthopedics, and Women’s Health Dept. Patients will be called to reschedule today's appointments. The Express Care department at Cole Memorial Hospital will be open during its normal hours from 4-8 p.m. and the Charles Cole Memorial E.R. is available 24/7.
Until electric is restored to the Coudersport area, local residents that require electric nebulizer or oxygen services may visit Cole Memorial Hospital for care. (Please use the E.R. entrance after 9 p.m.)
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Trees & Wires Reported Down Blocking Roads
At 2:38 pm on Thursday, A tree is reported down on Rt. 59 near the KOA Campground; Another tree with powerlines down blocking the roadway on Rt. 770 beside Pine Acres Golf Course in McKean County.
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EMS Dispatched For Victim Of Logging Accident
At 11:59 am on Thursday, Austin Ambulance and Medic 6 have been dispatched to Dept. 44 station to meet an incoming vehicle with a 33 year old victim from a logging accident with possible head and arm injuries.
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I found a dog running along route 155 in Port this morning. She has a harness on and almost got hit by a truck. She is in my car and I am at work all day.
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Elk County men facing arson charges and more
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|7/25/2012||9:02 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT||LITTLE PINE CREEK RD||PINE TWP|
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V. Jean Wisel
“formerly of Shinglehouse, PA”
SARASOTA, Florida----V. Jean Wisel, 87, of Sarasota, formerly of Shinglehouse, PA, passed away Tuesday, July 24, 2012 at Tidewell Hospice House, Sarasota, with her loving daughter, Lee, at her side.
Born February15, 1925 in Genesee, Allegany County, NY, she was a daughter of Charles Otis and Mamie Irene Densmore Brizzee. On December 26, 1949 in Oswayo, she married Edwin F. Wisel, who died December 23, 2002.
Mrs. Wisel was a graduate of Shinglehouse High School. She was employed packing bombs during World War II at the former Eldred Munitions Plant.
She was the owner/operator of the former Wisel’s Greenhouses in Shinglehouse.
She then was employed by several dentists in Olean, NY. She later cared for people in their homes after their having joint replacement surgeries.
Mrs. Wisel was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Sarasota and while living in Shinglehouse was a member of the Coudersport Seventh-day Adventist Church. She enjoyed gardening and reading. She loved her Shiloh Shepherds.
Surviving are a daughter, Lee Marie Wisel of Silver Spring, MD; a sister, Patricia Johnston of Dunnellon, Florida; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Wisel was predeceased by a son, Russell E. Wisel; and a sister, Marie Bachand.
A memorial service was held on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 in Sarasota. Services in Shinglehouse will be announced at a later time. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Shinglehouse.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Oswayo Valley Memorial Library, PO Box 188, Shinglehouse, PA 16748
Arrangements are under the direction of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, PA.
A fond memory of Jean may be expressed at www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com.
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gavel from the outgoing president, Jackie Allen.
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EPA Declares Dimock Water Safe To Drink
EPA Completes Drinking Water Sampling in Dimock, Pa.
PHILADELPHIA (July 25, 2012) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that it has completed its sampling of private drinking water wells in Dimock, Pa. Data previously supplied to the agency by residents, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Cabot Oil and Gas Exploration had indicated the potential for elevated levels of water contaminants in wells, and following requests by residents EPA took steps to sample water in the area to ensure there were not elevated levels of contaminants. Based on the outcome of that sampling, EPA has determined that there are not levels of contaminants present that would require additional action by the Agency.
“Our goal was to provide the Dimock community with complete and reliable information about the presence of contaminants in their drinking water and to determine whether further action was warranted to protect public health,” said EPA Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin. “The sampling and an evaluation of the particular circumstances at each home did not indicate levels of contaminants that would give EPA reason to take further action. Throughout EPA's work in Dimock, the Agency has used the best available scientific data to provide clarity to Dimock residents and address their concerns about the safety of their drinking water.”
EPA visited Dimock, Pa. in late 2011, surveyed residents regarding their private wells and reviewed hundreds of pages of drinking water data supplied to the agency by Dimock residents, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Cabot. Because data for some homes showed elevated contaminant levels and several residents expressed concern about their drinking water, EPA determined that well sampling was necessary to gather additional data and evaluate whether residents had access to safe drinking water.
Between January and June 2012, EPA sampled private drinking water wells serving 64 homes, including two rounds of sampling at four wells where EPA was delivering temporary water supplies as a precautionary step in response to prior data indicating the well water contained levels of contaminants that pose a health concern. At one of those wells EPA did find an elevated level of manganese in untreated well water. The two residences serviced by the well each have water treatment systems that can reduce manganese to levels that do not present a health concern.
As a result of the two rounds of sampling at these four wells, EPA has determined that it is no longer necessary to provide residents with alternative water. EPA is working with residents on the schedule to disconnect the alternate water sources provided by EPA.
Overall during the sampling in Dimock, EPA found hazardous substances, specifically arsenic, barium or manganese, all of which are also naturally occurring substances, in well water at five homes at levels that could present a health concern. In all cases the residents have now or will have their own treatment systems that can reduce concentrations of those hazardous substances to acceptable levels at the tap. EPA has provided the residents with all of their sampling results and has no further plans to conduct additional drinking water sampling in Dimock.
For more information on the results of sampling, visit: http://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/states/pa.html .
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|Pictured here from left to right in the first row are District Manager Bill Futey, Employee Cheri Nelson, Acting Manager Cheri Oyler, and Employee Brandy Silvis; second row is Kane Chamber of Commerce President Jim Airgood, Employee Angela Pease, Chamber Board Member Jim Greville and Northwest Savings Bank Manager Randy Durante.|
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