The cause of the crash is currently being investigated. TOWN OF CHENANGO (WBNG)-I-81 South was down to one lane after a tractor-trailer rollover early Tuesday morning. The lane is back open again. Stay with 12 News as this story further develops. Multiple crews responded to the scene including New York State Police, Broome County Sheriff’s Office along with fire and ambulance services. It happened near Exit 6 around 2 a.m. According to Broome County Dispatch, the driver of the tractor-trailer had to be taken to the hospital for injuries. No word on the extent of the injuries at this time.
The crash remains under investigation. The Treadwell Fire Department assisted in establishing a landing zone for the LifeNet helicopter. Upon initial assessment, officials say the victim did not suffer any life threatening injuries. There was a dog riding in the vehicle and was apparently uninjured. After the Sheriff’s Deputies conducted an investigation, the victim lost control of their vehicle, struck a culvert, became airborne and rolled over before striking a tree with the roof of the vehicle. The investigation indicates that excessive speed was a contributing factor. The Franklin Fire Department and EMS personnel were the first to arrive at the scene on Dunk Hill Road. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says the driver was found entrapped and partially ejected from the vehicle. A LifeNet helicopter airlifted the victim to the UHS Wilson Memorial Hospital. FRANKLIN, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin Fire Department and Emergency Squad and American Medical Response (AMR) responded to a call in reference to a single vehicle rollover on Wednesday.
His church’s headquarters and the CDC sent guidelines they much follow, which means some changes for Father Ruda and the congregation. “The Sunday structure has been definitely changed,” said Ruda. “We were told probably or hopefully around June 29 churches would be able to reopen,” Ruda told 12 News, After phase one of reopening the state began Friday, he now has to plan how his church can safely hold mass again. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — As New York state reopens in phases throughout the coming weeks, local churches are making some adjustments to help get people back in their doors. Father Dennis Ruda at All Saints National Catholic Church in Johnson City said he misses the people who once filled his pews. “All of the sacremental functions of the mass other than the mass will be omitted. No commmunion, no singing, no altar servers. The priest will handle everything himself,” said Ruda. “They’ll have to wear masks theyll have to be distanced in the pews and all of the pew items in the pew racks books pamphlets will all have to be removed.” Churches and places of worship are part of phase four in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reopening plan, the last phase of the plan.
Results will be posted here as they become available. Polls throughout the state close at 9 p.m. (WBNG) — Tuesday is Primary Election night for New York State. 12 News will cover federal, state and local primaries in its 5, 5:30, 6, 10 and 11 p.m. newscasts. Results do not include absentee ballots. Therefore, all results are unofficial.
The sites are focused on 10 locations that are nearby schools, churches, hospitals and community centers. Including Theodore Roosevelt Elementary, Woodrow Wilson Elementary, West and East Middle School, UHS Binghamton Hospital and more. To have your voice heard, click here. The project is scheduled to begin later in 2020 and is expected to be completed in Spring 2021. Construction for the projects include improvement to sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks and signage. The mayor’s office says projects at 22 sites across the city will cost around $518,000 according to estimates. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Binghamton Mayor Rich David says the city of Binghamton is looking for public comment on pedestrian safety improvements.
Grand larceny in the 3rd degree, a felony18 counts of criminal possession of stolen property in the 5th degree18 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument in the 3rd degree18 counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the 2nd degree According to a news release, the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office arrested 21-year-old Sean R. Gillespie of Bovina, N.Y. and charged him with the following: The sheriff’s office says Gillespie is accused of stealing the $4000 as a result of presenting 18 stolen and forged checks to the Pindars Corners and Margaretville branch offices of the Delaware National Bank of Delhi. The checks were made out between mid-August and Sept. 1. BOVINA, N.Y. (WBNG) — Authorities in Delaware arrested one person on a felony charge for stealing nearly $4000. He was arrested on Sept. 15 following a Sept. 4 complaint involving a reported theft and forgery of checks from a Bovina residence.