Police say the accident happened shortly after 10 p.m. at the intersection of Route 88 and Brightwood South in the parking lot of Henney Funeral Home.
A major construction project is coming to a busy intersection in the South Hills. The intersection of Routes 88 and 51 is getting a makeover.
The clean-up continues after Friday’s flash floods shut down roads, damaged homes and left behind a lot of mud and debris.
Hours after the flood waters receded in Pittsburgh’s South Hills neighborhoods, it was all about washing away the mess it had left behind.
Constant, steady and heavy rains throughout the day caused flash flooding that paralyzed some of the busiest roads in the South Hills Friday afternoon. Now, cleanup is underway as local residents and business try and pick up the pieces after a very big mess.
Two people are dead following separate motorcycle crashes Saturday.
A police officer was injured in a motorcycle accident this morning along Route 51 in Overbrook.
Donations meant for the Children’s Miracle Network were stolen from a local Dairy Queen. Police are hoping surveillance video from inside the store will lead them to a suspect.
A bridge over Ten Mile Creek was demolished Monday afternoon.
A major water main break created a mess and caused some headaches for commuters as it shut down two T stops as well as a busy stretch of road this morning in Bethel Park.
There’s some good news for drivers in Washington County today following the closure of a road due to a landslide last month.
A road that was closed due to a landslide in Washington County earlier this month, is set to reopen this week.
Several roads around the area continue to be impacted by the weather-related landslides that happened earlier this week.
Efforts to clear away the mess of yet another landslide got underway overnight, this time in Indiana Township. The land started to give way around 11 p.m. Wednesday and has closed the intersection near Lefever Hill Road and Rich Hill Road.
Work to remove boulders from Route 88 in Washington County will begin soon. According to PennDOT, the Joseph B. Fay Company has started to move equipment to the rockslide in East Bethlehem Township.