posted on August 06, 2012 07:18
Four members of the same family rushed to hospitals after their minivan rolled over on the thruway near Pembroke.
The accident happened just after 7:30 last night.
The driver, 38-year-old Omar Price of Buffalo hit the left shoulder of the road, over-corrected, crossed both lanes of traffic and overturned.
Price was taken to ECMC.
His wife and two children were taken to Women and Children’s Hospital in Buffalo.
A 77-year-old Rochester woman was struck and killed by a car in Avon.
This accident occurred Saturday afternoon on State Route 15.
The woman was identified as Corradina Derosa of Rochester.
Authorities said Derosa was attending a wedding reception and was crossing the road at the time she was hit.
Deputies say alcohol and cell phone use have been ruled out as a cause of the accident.
The City of Batavia is out with another Citizen Survey.
The last one was done two years ago.
If you live or work in the city you are asked to take the survey. It’s on-line, available at the city’s website. Citizen Survey Link
The town of Batavia was awarded over $2.2-million for a new sewer system.
The funding consists of an over $1-million low interest loan and a $1-million grant.
Town of Batavia Supervisor Greg Post says the Route 5 corridor has been in need of a sanitary sewer system for a while now.
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Congresswoman Kathy Hochul assisted in securing the funds.
This morning’s Bad Boys report:
22-yedar-old Brad Doward of Hall St, Batavia.
He’s locked up without bail for allegedly violating a court order of protection baring him from seeing a female acquaintance.
Police said Doward did go to the woman’s home and pushed her in the presence of a 10 year old child.
Doward did turn himself in.
Buffalo may not be one of the nation's top food towns but it certainly is a top-notch drinking town!
Using U.S. census data, Buffalo ranks number seven on the list of cities for drinking across the country.
The top drinking town, based on the number of bars adjusted for the number of households, is New Orleans.