Emergency crews are on the scene of the accident in Bensalem.
Those documents contain some dramatic moments but few apparent answers.
A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman says the 1,195 traffic fatalities in Pennsylvania last year are the lowest since recordkeeping began in 1928.
“I’m drinking water today,” she said at a candidates’ forum in Old City, “something I almost never do.”
State transportation officials say car crashes killed 1,195 people in 2014. That’s the lowest number since record keeping began 87 years ago.
Wolf recently directed the state physician general to issue a standing order allowing all Pennsylvanians to access naloxone, which reverses the immediate effects of a heroin overdose.
The pictures show a daring and dangerous rescue on Easter Sunday after a climber on the high rocks at Ralph Stover State Park in Bucks County falls into the ravine.
The accident was reported Monday night at the 2100 block of Norton Avenue.
Officials say drivers should expect major delays in the area.
Police are investigating what caused a car to slam into a convenience store in Philadelphia early Monday morning.
Officials say two people were hurt after an ATV crashed into a house in Hatboro Sunday afternoon.
It happened just after 2 p.m. at the intersection of 8th and Cobbs Creek Parkway.
A passerby reported a package with a timer when they were walking past a bike near the library around 12:30 p.m.
Wayne Township police say they found several bags of heroin and drug paraphernalia in the pickup truck driven by 32-year-old Christopher Crossnohere, of Jefferson.
County prosecutor Sean Dalton says he issued the new rules after a young boy was killed by a police cruiser last December, which was speeding with neither siren nor flashing lights on.