Police are looking for a blue Chevrolet Impala involved in a Thursday afternoon hit-skip accident that sent one pedestrian to the hospital and a pickup truck into the side of a house.
According to police, the Impala and pickup truck were traveling in opposite directions near the intersection of Ravenwood and Firnley avenues on the South Side just after 1 p.m. when the car hit the truck, causing the truck to hit an unidentified pedestrian and then hit the house.
The driver of the Impala took off after the accident, but did leave behind a grill and headlight.
The pedestrian was taken to the hospital with what is believed to be a broken leg.
Committee to meet
The Eastgate Regional Council of Government Finance/Executive committee meets at 9:30 a.m. today at City Centre One, 100 E. Federal St., Suite 1000.
Input forum planned
The Ohio Department of Education and the Office for Exceptional Children will have an input forum for public feedback and comment on the draft of the Operating Standards for Ohio Educational Agencies Serving Children with Disabilities. The regional meeting, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at A La Cart Catering, 429 Lisbon St., will be sponsored by the State Support Team Region 5 and include visitors from the Ohio Department of Education. The event is free; interested parties are asked to register before Feb. 6. The target audience for the event are parents and families, educators, superintendents, school administrators, special-education directors and teachers.
To register or for information, contact Brenda Lawrence at 800-776-8298 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The community is invited to attend an informational meeting on storm-water runoff at 10 a.m. Jan. 22 in Sharon Hall Room 215, on Penn Avenue in downtown Sharon, Pa.
The presentation, which will be conducted by Penn State Shenango Maintenance Supervisor Richard Hendricks, is being brought to the area by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to enlighten people on how runoff water effects our environment and how our behaviors contribute.
For information, visit the DEP’s website at www.dep.state.pa.us or call 724-983-2819.
Robber still sought
Police still are looking for the man who robbed a West Side Subway restaurant using a knife earlier this week.
Police reports say a 6-foot-tall black male, weighing about 160 pounds and wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt and fingerless gloves went into the Subway restaurant, 3212 Mahoning Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, pulled a knife on the employee behind the counter and demanded money. The employee opened the cash register and the robber took the drawer and ran out of the store. Police searched the area, but could not find the man.
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