PSU news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

About

Section of East Beaver Avenue Closed Following Overnight Accident

State College Police are currently investigating a vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of East Beaver Avenue and High Street last night.

The vehicle went off the road and hit a utility pole, according to a press release. The driver was treated for minor injuries at Mount Nittany Medical Center.

Many State College residents were left without power this morning as a result of the crash. Until the utility pole and power lines are repaired, East Beaver Avenue will be closed between Hetzel and High St; and High St. will be closed between E. Foster Ave. and E. College Ave.

Update: The roads are reopened and the downed pole is repaired. Your White Loop rides are back to normal.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Comments

Other posts by Megan

Wilkes-Barre Campus Closed Due To Bomb Threat

A threatening message was discovered on a bathroom door in the campus’ Science Center that warned a bomb was in the building, and it would detonate some time before noon on Friday, March 4.

Graduate School Revokes Doctorate For Plagiarism

Penn State Professor Receives Presidential Honor

Changes Introduced To Hazing Penalties Through ‘Tim’s Law’

Tim’s Law adds stricter penalties for hazing, as well as provides requirements for institutions and includes immunity for those who call for medical attention in hazing emergencies.

Sean Spencer’s Wild Dogs Continue To Rack Up Sacks And Turkeys For State College Food Bank

Sean Spencer’s Wild Dogs have now accumulated 25 sacks on the season, securing 25 turkeys to be donated to the State College Food Bank at Thanksgiving.

Send this to a friend