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July 2014 Archives

Pennsylvania widow files suit after infamous building collapse

The widow of a 59-year-old man who died weeks after being injured in the Market Street building collapse in Philadelphia recently filed a wrongful death suit against 18 different defendants. The collapse occurred in June 2013, when a New York developer's building collapsed on top of a Salvation Army thrift store. Both the Salvation Army and the developer are named as defendants in the wrongful death suit.

Pennsylvania man in critical condition after expressway accident

On Thursday, July 10, a man who was sitting on the trunk of his 1988 Chevrolet Cutlass was thrown off the car and onto the Route 28 roadway when struck by an SUV. According to state police, he had pulled over to the side of the road to wait for help to change a flat tire. The accident occurred near the Bailies Run Road overpass. Several witnesses stopped their vehicles to assist the unconscious man who was airlifted by medical helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.

Pennsylvania motorcycle crash injures 2

Pennsylvania State Police say that two motorcyclists suffered major injuries when they were struck by a pickup truck in Nockamixon Township on July 6. The motorcycle accident occurred on River Road near Narrows Hill Road around 4:30 p.m. River Road was closed south from the junction with Route 611 during the course of the investigation.

Activist's wife sues hospital for medical malpractice

Native American activist Russell Means died in 2012 following a battle with cancer, which doctors allegedly failed to diagnose in 2011. Pennsylvania residents may know Means from when he appeared in movies such as "The Last of the Mohicans" or when he was involved in a 72-day standoff with federal authorities in South Dakota in 1973 as part of the American Indian Movement. Some of his first acts with AIM involved protesting the use of Native American images as part of professional and college athletic team mascots.

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