It’s hard to believe but 10 years ago we were glued to our televisions as crews worked tirelessly to pull nine men from a flooded mine in Somerset County. Ten years later, they gathered to celebrate that incredible rescue with some of the survivors and their rescuers reunited for the emotional anniversary.
On a hot July night 10 years ago – exhilaration. “All nine are alive,” was the announcement. And then the world watched as man after man – the Quecreek Nine – emerged.
At this peaceful farm of pastures and horses, it’s hard to imagine that more than 200-feet below is the Quecreek Mine that made news 10 years ago.
Authorities say lighting struck and killed a pregnant Amish woman in Somerset County. It happened on Rockdale Road in Summit Township.
He was the third man lifted out of the flooded Quecreek Mine. Ten years later, Tom Foy still gets emotional thanking all those who rescued him and his eight fellow miners.
One person was killed and another was seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash in Somerset County Saturday morning.
A fire in Somerset County destroyed a family’s new home this weekend.
Authorities in Somerset County continue the investigation today into the cause of a crash between a school bus and tractor trailer that left one person dead and several others injured.
The driver of a tractor-trailer is dead and at least 15 others were injured after an accident involving a school bus in Somerset County.
Bursts of lake effect snow have been troublesome across the area over the past 24 hours.
Snow flurries were flying off and on across the Pittsburgh area Sunday, and at times, it made it difficult for drivers to see.
State police say a police officer with Somerset Borough is facing bribery charges.
The world’s first – and only – urban terrain park is now open at Seven Springs.
No charges will be filed in this case of a Somerset County man who was shot and killed with a bow and arrow.
The day started out wet but that rain is expected to transition to snow this afternoon and into the evening with heavier amounts falling to the areas south and east of Pittsburgh.