Chenango County Police say the Fire Police and New York State DOT also assisted at the scene with traffic diversion. Chenango County Police say they responded to reports of a 3 vehicle crash in the Town of Coventry. The driver of the Jeep lost control and exited the roadway on the western shoulder and flipping in an open field. The driver of the Jeep attempted to pass the driver of the Lexus southbound. Chenango County Police say the driver of the Jeep tried to avoid the truck and swerved in front of the Lexus. TOWN OF COVENTRY (WBNG) — One person has died after a three-car crash took place on State Highway 235 Saturday evening. The driver of the Lexus, Austin Smith, tried to get back onto the road from the shoulder. Smith slid across the road into the northbound lane facing east and was struck on the passenger side by Robinson Jr., the driver of the truck. The driver of the Jeep hit the front of the Lexus on the drivers’ side, causing the vehicle to move into the shoulder of the road. As Driver 2 attempted to pass Driver 1, Driver 3, Dennis E. Robinson Jr, age 36 of Susquehanna, P.A. who was driving a truck, was traveling south in the northbound lane. Both of the other drivers were taken to Wilson to be treated for injuries. Austin Smith sustained massive trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene. Members of the Coventry and Sidney Fire and Rescue Teams responded to the scene. Police say two drivers were traveling southbound on Rt.235; Driver 1, Austin R. Smith, age 20 of Harpersville who was driving a Lexus, and Driver 2, Kyle E. Smith, age 26 of Afton who was driving a Jeep.
Aurora, IN—The Dearborn County Recycling Center Drive-Thru will be open on Saturdays during the month of March from 9 am-3 pm. The Drive-Thru is exclusively for Dearborn County residents and businesses. Fees are accepted in cash or check. Additional fees apply for businesses and are detailed online.Dearborn County residents are encouraged to bring items such as electronics, non-alkaline batteries, mercury products, appliances, automotive chemicals, garden and workshop chemicals, and household chemicals. Some items, such as televisions, freon appliances, and tires are accepted with payment of a fee.General recyclables including office paper, magazines, newspaper, cardboard, aluminum cans, glass bottles and jars, plastics bottles and jugs, cartons, metal cans, and empty aerosols are also accepted in the Drive-Thru.A Document Shredding service is offered for confidential documents such as tax forms, medical records, and financial statements. It is not intended for items such as magazines or junk mail. Shredding is free for county residents. Fees apply for business customers.The Drive-Thru is located at the Dearborn County Recycling Center at 10700 Prospect Ln, Aurora, IN 47001. Normal operating hours are Monday-Friday 9 am-4 pm and Wednesdays from 9 am-6 pm. The special Saturday hours are only during the month of March. For a comprehensive list of accepted items, residents are encouraged to visit our website by clicking here.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers remained perfect in playoff action as they defeated the visiting Grande Prairie Athletics on Tuesday night.The home side dug themselves a hole early as the Athletics built a 2-0 lead, but the Flyers didn’t waiver as Jeff Shipton tipped in a Payden Wongstedt point shot with 6:22 to play to cut the lead in half, Rick Cleaver with the secondary assist. Four minutes later on the powerplay, Jake Ebner fired a laser past a screened Athletics netminder Darren Walker to tie the score at 2-2, assisted by Joey Massingham. However, a later goal by the visitors gave them the advantage heading into the first intermission.Ebner evened the score 1:53 into the middle frame after finishing off a perfectly executed two on one with Daylen Pearson, Brandon Millin with the secondary helper. Shortly after on the man advantage Pearson buried a loose puck from the slot off a point shot from Reid Campbell and Ebner for the 4-3 tally. Robbie Sidhu capitalized on another odd-man rush with Lien Miller-Jeannotte after taking a pass from Massingham in the neutral zone seven minutes later. Cleaver scored a powerplay goal with 5:30 to play as he fired a puck into an empty cage after some slick passing between Shipton, Adam Horst and himself for the 6-3 tally. Travis McLean stopped all 27 shots he faced in the second period.- Advertisement -The Athletics got one back midway through the final frame but the Flyers responded twenty seconds later courtesy Miller Jeannotte who put the biscuit in the basket after accepting a saucer pass from Massingham in the slot to conclude the scoring at Flyers 7 – Athletics 4.Cleaver, Ebner and Massingham combined for nine points in the contest while McLean made 54 of 58 saves.“I like the way we responded today after the first period,” said head coach Andrew Leriger. “We were very opportunistic on a team that likes to play offence and we exposed their lacking defensive play tonight. It’s a great win that moves us to 3-0 so far this postseason.” Travis [McLean] stood on his head once again.”Advertisement The Flyers are now three points up on the second place Athletics with five games remaining in the West Division’s playoff round robin schedule.Next up for the team is a trip to Dawson Creek on Thursday for a clash with the Senior Canucks. Puck drop is at 8:30 p.m.