TOP HEADLINES FOR BERKS AND LANCASTER 11/01


>>The Latest

(Undated) - Here's the latest news: A 47-year-old woman who died in a Sunday-morning crash that damaged two buildings is being identified. Officials say an East Cocalico house that has been on the national register for historic places has mistakenly been partially torn down. Clean-up continues in the York Haven area after a train derailment. 

>>Lebanon woman dies in Dauphin County crash

(Susquehanna, PA) -- A 47-year-old woman who died in a Sunday-morning crash that damaged two buildings is being identified. Susquehanna Township Police say 47-year-old Amy Krick was found dead at the scene. Just after seven a.m. Sunday morning, emergency responders found a car that had left Linglestown Road and North 6th Street. They say it had also struck two buildings as it crashed. Police continue to investigate what happened.

>>Historic House Demolished by Mistake

(Lancaster, PA) -- Officials say an East Cocalico house that has been on the national register for historic places has mistakenly been partially torn down. WGAL-TV reports demolition was stopped on the Samuel Keller house after neighbors spotted crews and alerted the township and code enforcement. According to the East Cocalico zoning board, the owners had illegally begun work to level the property. They did not have a permit when bulldozers started to tear down the house, which was built in 1848. The new owners are expected to meet with the township next week.

>> Clean Up Continues after York County Train Derailment

(York, PA) -- Clean-up continues in the York Haven area after a train derailment. The York County Office of Emergency Management says 18 cars of the 28-car Norfolk Southern train went off the tracks late last week, with one car overturned into the Conewago Creek. Some of the cars were loaded with pulverized coal. No injuries were reported. The company doesn't know what caused the derailment. 

>> Man Dies in Fiery Crash in East Earl Township

(East Earl Township, PA) -- The Lancaster County Coroner is confirming one person is dead after the car he was driving crashed and burst into flames Sunday. The man who died, who has not been identified, was killed when his car went off the road, overturned and caught fire. The vehicle crashed into a shed and then into a creek in the 4200 block of Division Highway, near East Main Street. No one else was inside the vehicle at the time.

>> Penn State Falls Short at Ohio State

(Columbus, OH) --  The Ohio State Buckeyes are now seven and one after their 33 to 24 win over Penn State this past weekend. Coming off an ugly nine-overtime loss at home to Illinois, Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford is believed to still have been sore from an earlier injury. With the loss, Penn is in danger of being unranked for the first time this season.


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