One was hurt in a collision that shut down lanes on McKnight Road.
Morning Roundup: Crash injures 1, closes McKnight Road for hours: Following a collision on Monday morning near Ross that shut down all of the northbound lanes for more than four hours, at least one person was hurt.
An Allegheny County 911 supervisor reported that just after 3 a.m., near Babcock Boulevard, ambulances removed one patient from the scene. According to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI-TV, one vehicle collided with a power pole. Around 7:45 a.m., the northbound lanes between McIntyre and Peebles roads were restored to traffic.
Medical examiner: The woman discovered in the Mon River drowned.
According to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office, a woman’s drowning death was determined after her body was found in the Monongahela River in August. Gloria Anderson, 38, of Pittsburgh, whose body was discovered in the river on August 18 near the Mon Wharf, is still under investigation for the cause of death. At the scene, she was pronounced deceased.
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In an accident in Butler County, one kid died, and another was hurt.
In a one-car collision in Butler County on Sunday night, one adolescent male was murdered, and another received minor injuries, according to state police. The police withheld the names of the Butler teens. According to troopers, the 17-year-old driver was evacuated by ambulance to a nearby hospital, but the 15-year-old passenger died. The collision on Route 8 in Slippery Rock Township was first noticed at about 6:15 p.m. According to authorities, the teens’ SUV left the snow-covered road and collided with a tree.
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Police in Pittsburgh: Knoxville Carjacking of an Uber driver
Near Charles and Amanda streets in Pittsburgh’s Knoxville district, an Uber driver reported being carjacked at one in the morning on Monday, according to city police. The driver, who escaped unharmed, said to police that at least two male suspects forced him to give up his white Nissan Altima while he was responding to pick up a client.