Route 910 Closes After Tractor-Trailer Accident

MCCANDLESS (KDKA) A section of Route 910 is closed because of a jackknifed tractor-trailer.

The road is closed between Wexford Village and North Park.

There’s no word on any injuries.

Road conditions are slick right now because of the snow, but it’s not clear at this time if this contributed to the accident.

  • Penny

    that’s the same area of the fatal car accident a few weks ago, 910 is a state maintained road and is always the worst in the area.

  • S

    It is the same stretch where our neighbor died…we do have problems with it. This time, however, the snowfall rate is pretty much impossible for road crews to keep up with. There are accidents all over the area. Just hope everyone takes it easy out there on the way home. By the way, it’s in PINE, news article stating McCandless.

  • Steve

    from 3-6PM, I was stuck on the roads when the snow hit traveling from Cranberry Twp. to Indiana, PA. Not only did I pass accident after accident, I didn’t pass a single plow or salt truck until the snow had fallen for an hour and a half. Maybe Penn-dot didn’t want to pay that holiday pay, I don’t know.

    • leslie

      I watched traffic on route 8 in front of my house for over 2 hours and listened to a fire/police scanner. The crews were out there. With so many cars stuck on the roads and the road conditions, they were getting to school buses in Butler County trying to get the students home from school as well as many car accidents that were around the county. We also had a few jack knifed tractor trailers out there as well as car accident. Have a bit of respect for those who do what they can with the conditions of the roads and the ignorant drivers who do not wish to move out of their way.
      This also goes out to those who are trying to pass a fire truck or rescue vehicle that is going to the scene of an accident. You aren’t the only ones out there who need to show some respect.

      • Steve

        I do agree with some of what you said. In fact, I have plenty of respect for the plow drivers out there. However, I had a problem today with the organization as a whole getting out there in a timely fashion. I live just off of route 8 myself. While I have been traditionally impressed with their response this year, today I found myself wondering whether the fact that they had to pay holiday pay to their drivers for Presidents Day played a role in their response time and overall coverage.

  • Shockly

    Take a look at the traffic cameras, PENNDOT was/is totally unprepared for this.

  • local

    You idiots the taxpayer gave this holiday to the union. Quit crying over holiday pay. BTY…ever hear of staying home in a snow storm. You do not need to go out and buy your milk and bread. People will whine and moan about anything. Grow up you arse holes.

    • slippywhenwet

      if you’re a lazy arse that didn’t have to work today its easy to complain to those of us that have real jobs and were on our way home from work. the state roads were horrible. route 19, route 228. did not see one salt truck the entire way home and it took me over 3 hours. i don’t care what PennDots excuse is this time. They may not have been able to battle it as fast as it was coming down… but it didn’t look to me that they even put anyone out to battle it at all.

  • Jim

    Somebody needs a prozac.

  • rebel

    Sounds to me like YOU are the one in need of growing up. And perhaps YOU are one of those who goes out for milk and bread, but the rest of us were on our way home from work. And isn’t that why we pay taxes….so we can expect to have passable roads on which to drive on?? Grow up arse hole.

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