Both drivers involved in a crash Monday were taken to the local hospital via ambulance. According to reports, Eric W. Smith, 25, state Route 267, was transported by Tri-County and Francis L. Taylor, 70, Newell, W.Va., by Lifeteam after Taylor reportedly failed to yield the right of way as he was leaving a parking spot on Pennsylvania Avenue and struck Smith's westbound vehicle. Taylor was cited with failure to yield.
Pamela S. Deitch, 37, Henry Avenue, Wellsville, was stopped Wednesday morning behind a truck on Fourth Street and had started to move forward when her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Harley M. Cornell, 17, Y&O Road, Wellsville, who came from her left side.
A city patrolman was involved in a crash on the on-ramp from state Route 7 Wednesday just a few minutes after noon. According to reports, Patrolman Kelsey Hedrick was traveling up the ramp and looked back for traffic, not noticing that Karen S. Bruno, 67, Toronto, had stopped at the stop sign. His cruiser struck the rear of Bruno's vehicle. No citations or injuries were reported.
An unidentified caller told police three children were possibly being abused at Minerva Street residence. There, officers were advised by a babysitter that a man had punched their mother, injuring two of the children in the process. Photos were taken of the injuries, and Children's Services was notified.
While westbound on East Ninth Street Wednesday, a vehicle driven by Terry C. Haney, 50, Lincoln Avenue, reportedly struck the side of a parked vehicle owned by Donald G. Jones, Fourth Avenue. Haney was cited for failure to control.