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Friday, April 9, 2010

Mt. Jewett Man's Truck Rolled Closing Rt. 255

WESB NEWSRADIO--Crash Closes Route 255

A truck driver and his passenger escaped injury, but an Elk County road was closed for several hours following an accident at 12:15 this morning. In a fax sent to WESB and The HERO, state police say 49-year-old Lawrence Himes of Mount Jewett was traveling south on Route 255 when the truck went out of control, traveled off the road and rolled onto its passenger side, losing its load of lumber. His passenger was 23-year-old Stephen Joshnick of St. Marys. Himes was cited for driving at an unsafe speed. Police say charges are pending as the investigation is continuing. The road re-opened at about 7:45 a.m.


Anonymous said...

Whoa, he must be still upset about his arrest yesterday!!!

Richard said...

I don't know what your comment means 12:42? Was he ALSO arrested yesterday? Out of curiosity what was the deal...why did he lose control of his vehicle. Other than the obvious of going to fast Rte 255 used to be a good road. (Haven't been on it in awhile!) The roads are getting out of hand in NW PA. I went to visit a friend in McKean county last week. He lives up Taylor Brook Rd...ever hear of it? Drive it once and you'll never forget it!! I swear to you 2 mph is too fast for that road!!! I don't know who is supposed to take care of that road but holy sh**!!! I'd almost bet it's the worst road in the state! I don't even see how the township can collect taxes from the poor souls who live up there! Plain theft if you ask me! My buddy said they're used to it but I don't see how. Glad I live in town!!

Anonymous said...

PFA Order Violation Alleged
A Mount Jewett man was taken into custody for violating a Protection From Abuse order by State Police today.

Lawrence William Himes, 49, of Mt. Jewett, PA, is accused of violating the PFA held by Diana Jean Gagliardi, 46, Mt. Jewett, PA. The violation took place at 2 Boyd Street in Mt. Jewett.

Himes was arraigned before District Judge Cercone and released on $5,000.00 unsecured bail.

Anonymous said...

Wow...bad week for him...