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Topic - Pennsylvania Turnpike
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Investigators in western Pennsylvania say nearly 15 pounds of pure, uncut heroin was seized from the Pennsylvania Turnpike in western Pennsylvania earlier this month.
A series of accidents that injured at least 30 people and snarled traffic on the Pennsylvania Turnpike outside Philadelphia last week were caused by motorists driving too fast, slick pavement, poor visibility from the sun's glare and tire spray, state police said Friday.
Two major pileups and smaller fender-benders involving tractor-trailers and scores of cars blocked one side of an ice-coated Pennsylvania Turnpike outside Philadelphia on Friday, injuring at least 30 people and tying up traffic for hours.
Multiple accidents along the eastbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike caused a massive pileup Friday, and emergency responders are still trying to sort out what happened.
A significant winter storm has taken aim at central and eastern Pennsylvania, threatening widespread problems for commuters and raising the possibility of more power outages on the heels of last week's ice storm.
A coating of ice and slush took down power lines and trees, closed schools and snarled traffic in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, the latest insult in what has been a long winter of weather-related injury.
A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Wednesday:
Two college lacrosse players who suffered concussions and other injuries when their team bus veered off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and crashed, killing their pregnant coach, are suing the bus company.
A fast-moving winter storm took aim at Pennsylvania late Tuesday, threatening to bring a fresh coating of snow and ice to a state that's already seen more than its share of winter weather with weeks and weeks left in the season.
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A long-awaited link between Interstate 95 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike is moving forward with approval of one section of the construction.
A tour bus carrying a college's women's lacrosse team to a game went off a freeway Saturday in central Pennsylvania and crashed into a tree, killing the driver and one passenger and sending others to hospitals, including some with serious injuries, authorities said.
A flood of gooey black muck dropped from a tanker truck disabled about 150 cars and damaged an unknown number of other vehicles along a nearly 40-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, officials said.
The driver of a Greyhound bus bound for St. Louis lost control on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early Saturday, sending the bus careering across the highway and up an embankment before it landed on its side on the interstate, briefly trapping a woman and sending 14 people to hospitals, authorities said.