People whose homes were destroyed in the Hempfield Township tornado in 2011 are reacting to the devastation in Oklahoma.
A tornado hit Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, exactly one year ago and some people are still reeling from its effects. Nearly 200 families were affected and some people are facing financial and legal difficulties.
A state trooper accused of pushing his neighbor has been found guilty. Trooper Christopher Miller was charged with one misdemeanor count of simple assault.
A Pennsylvania State Trooper accused of assaulting his neighbor is on trial. Christopher Miller is charged with one misdemeanor count of simple assault.
Two juveniles and three adults, ranging in age from 17 to 22, are expected to be charged in the incident.
Authorities in Westmoreland County are searching for suspects following a vandalism spree. The incidents happened in several areas throughout the county.
Newlyweds who planned to move into their recently-purchased home on Fosterville Road in the Fort Allen section of Hempfield Township now have to make other arrangements.
Officials continue to assess the damage and destruction left behind in parts of Westmoreland County after strong storms moved through the area Wednesday.
Emergency management officials in Westmoreland County are assessing the damage caused by two severe storms on Wednesday evening.
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