posted on May 12, 2011 07:14
We are receiving new information about an accident in the Monroe County Town of Rush involving five teenagers from Avon.
Authorities now tell us one of the teenagers has died.
Deputies said a male backseat passenger has died from his injuries.
He was one of three teenagers thrown from the car.
The car carrying the five teenagers slammed into a tree along East River Road in Rush. There were three males and two females in the car.
Deputies said the car crossed over into the opposite lane of traffic, struck a tree, rolled over on its top and caught fire.
An Orleans County man is under arrest for allegedly having a pair of paintings that had been stolen from a library in Perry.
The two 19th century paintings had been taken from the Perry Public Library three years ago. 40-year-old Michael Ortiz has been charged with criminal possession of stolen property.
Troopers recovered the paintings at a storage unit in Brockport.
Governor Cuomo comes to Buffalo today for a speech aimed at pushing state lawmakers towards resolution on a number of issues. The governor is expected to call for lawmakers to pass a property tax cap in the closing weeks of the 2011 legislative session. He also is expected to rally support for a bill that would make gay marriage legal in the Empire State. Cuomo appears later this morning at Buffalo State College.
The first debate among candidates in the race to replace former Congressman Christopher Lee will go on, without one of its major players.
Tea Party candidate Jack Davis says he will drop out of today’s debate, saying in prepared statement that his opponents are "liars."
Davis is running against Republican Jane Corwin and Democrat Kathy Hochul for the 26th Congressional District seat in a race that's been surprisingly competitive.
The debate will air at Noon today on Buffalo TV Channel 2.
Let’s call this one, "when manhole covers attack."
The driver of a pick-up truck was heading west on West Main Street in Batavia around 5:30 this morning. As he neared Union St. his pick-up rolled over a manhole.
Police say he must have hit the manhole just right. The manhole cover flew off the pavement, hit the underside of the truck causing it to go out of the control and sending the several hundred pound manhole cover flying. No one was hurt. Batavia Police are calling the incident, "bizarre."