The Port Authority has fired the drivers of two buses involved in a crash earlier this year that sent one of the vehicles tumbling off the Parkway North.
Key evidence is expected to be played in court today during a preliminary hearing for the two Port Authority drivers charged in a crash that sent one bus tumbling off the Parkway North.
The drivers of two Port Authority buses that collided on the Parkway North in September have been charged.
It was back on Sept. 22 when a bus tumbled out of control off the Parkway North and down onto Evergreen Road.
A witness to a recent accident between two Port Authority buses has come forward and is now helping in the investigation.
Investigators met with prosecutors Wednesday about the Port Authority bus crash last month that sent a bus over a hillside and injured a driver.
Three days after a bus ended up shattered on Evergreen Road, accident investigators were at the Port Authority garage going over the crash with a fine tooth comb.
What started out as a routine moving day ended with a trip to the hospital when a driver rear-ended a U-Haul van, hit a woman and then took off from the city’s Summer Hill section Saturday.
One person was injured in a house fire Monday night in Summer Hill.
Crews worked quickly to prevent what could have been a huge disaster after a tanker truck hauling diesel fuel caught on fire in Millvale Tuesday night.
A water main break created a big mess Saturday in Ross Township.