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Police ID man injured in I-81 crash Friday

State Police at Carlisle identified a man struck and injured Friday on Interstate 81 as Robert A. Marshall, 57, of Hedgesville, West Virginia.

Police said Robert A. Runyon, 47, of Newville, was driving a water tank truck on I-81 north at mile marker 46.2 in Carlisle at 12:21 p.m. Friday when he swerved to the right shoulder of the highway to avoid a slowing vehicle. His vehicle struck Marshall, who was on the shoulder of the road changing a tire.

Marshall suffered serious injuries and was flown to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center for treatment. Marshall’s vehicle also sustained heavy damage.

Runyon was not injured.

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200 million eggs recalled because of salmonella concerns

More than 200 million eggs distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in nine states have been recalled because of bacterial contamination.

A notice posted on the Food & Drug Administration website Friday said the eggs shipped from a North Carolina farm may be tainted with salmonella. The bacteria can cause nausea, diarrhea and, in rare cases , death. Twenty-two illnesses have been reported.

“Consumers with these eggs shouldn’t eat them,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said on Twitter. “Throw them away or return them to place of purchase for credit or refund.”

The notice said Indiana-based Rose Acre Farms was voluntarily recalling the eggs “through an abundance of caution.” A company spokesman didn’t immediately respond to a message seeking further comment Sunday.

The eggs reached consumers in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia, according to the notice.

The recall came about after the illnesses were reported in states along the East Coast, and the FDA inspected the farm in eastern North Carolina’s Hyde County that produces about 2 million eggs per day. Gottlieb said the agency’s testing connected the recalled eggs to the people who got sick.

The notice lists varieties of a Food Lion store brand as well as some cartons available as the Great Value brand, which is sold at Walmart. The recall also lists eggs that were distributed to the Waffle House restaurant chain.

Food Lion has pulled the recalled eggs from shelves of the approximately 400 stores where they were available, said spokeswoman Emma Inman.

“The eggs that are in the stores today are safe,” she said by phone. She said she didn’t have information on whether Food Lion customers were among those who got sick.

Company officials at Walmart and Waffle House didn’t immediately respond to messages Sunday seeking comment.

Locust Point Road to be closed for week at railroad crossing

Locust Point Road is expected to be closed from April 23 to April 30 at its railroad crossing for maintenance, according to RoadSafe Traffic Systems Inc. and Norfolk Southern Railway Co.

The road will only be closed at the railroad crossing, and traffic will be detoured, with traffic control provided by RoadSafe.

The length of the closure is dependent on track time and/or equipment or weather-related issues.

Sentinel area fire calls for April 13-14

Friday, April 13

1:57 a.m.: automatic fire alarm, Forge Road, South Middleton Township; Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

3:53 a.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Highland Circle, Lower Allen Township; New Cumberland, Lower Allen, West Shore, Camp Hill

5:38 a.m.: carbon monoxide detector, Stumpstown Road, Monroe Township; Monroe

6:25 a.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Fulton Street, East Pennsboro Township; Enola, Northeast Fire & Rescue, Creekside

8:23 a.m.: auto accident, Magaro Road at East Penn Drive, East Pennsboro Township; Enola, Northeast Fire & Rescue

12:22 p.m.: auto accident, Interstate 81 north, South Middleton Township; Citizen-Mount Holly, Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

12:26 p.m.: wildfire, Gutshall Road at Sandbank Road, Southampton Township; Vigilant Hose

12:42 p.m.: wildfire, Spring Road, Middlesex Township; Shermans Dale, North Middleton

2:24 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Sadler Drive, Carlisle; Citizen-Mount Holly, Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

2:39 p.m.: wildfire, Ritner Highway at Oakville Road, North Newton Township; Friendship Hose, South Newton

2:41 p.m.: wildfire, Newburg Road, Southampton Township; Vigilant Hose, Shermans Dale

3:06 p.m.: wildfire, Pine Road, Dickinson Township; Citizen-Mount Holly, Union, West Pennsboro, South Newton, Penn Township

3:55 p.m.: wildfire, Centerville Road at Ridge Road, Cooke Township; Citizen-Mount Holly, Friendship Hose, South Newton, Penn Township

4:13 p.m.: wildfire, Hilltop Drive, New Cumberland; New Cumberland

4:50 p.m.: auto accident, Interstate 76 west, Silver Spring Township; Lower Allen, West Shore, Upper Allen, New Kingstown

5:22 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Carlisle Pike, Silver Spring Township; West Shore, Monroe, Citizens-Mechanicsburg, Washington, Hampden, Silver Spring, New Kingstown

5:42 p.m.: fire police, I-81 south, Middlesex Township; North Middleton

6:34 p.m.: auto accident, Route 581 east, Camp Hill; Camp Hill, Hampden

Saturday, April 14

8:01 a.m.: automatic fire alarm, Eastgate Drive, South Middleton Township; Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

10:03 a.m.: automatic fire alarm, Carlisle Pike, Silver Spring Township; Silver Spring, New Kingstown

11:17 a.m.: wildfire, Kings Gap Road, Dickinson Township; Citizen-Mount Holly, South Newton, Penn Township

11:48 a.m.: vehicle fire, Route 581 west, Hampden Township; Hampden, Silver Spring

1:21 p.m.: wildfire, Pine Grove Road, Cooke Township; Silver Spring, Citizen-Mount Holly, North Middleton, Union, Upper Frankford, South Newton, Penn Township

3:22 p.m.: non-structure fire, Sandbank Road, Southampton Township; Vigilant Hose

3:52 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Richland Lane, East Pennsboro Township; West Shore, Camp Hill, Enola, Northeast Fire & Rescue, Creekside

4:03 p.m.: non-structure fire, Wertzville Road, Hampden Township; Hampden

4:06 p.m.: non-structure fire, Walnut Bottom Road, South Middleton Township; Union

4:13 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, North Second Street, Wormleysburg; West Shore

4:44 p.m.: non-structure fire, South Hanover Street at West High Street, Carlisle; Union

5:59 p.m.: carbon monoxide detector, Huntington Commons, Hampden Township; Hampden

6:10 p.m.: automatic fire alarm, Ritner Highway, Carlisle; Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

7:57 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, North Hanover Street, Carlisle; Carlisle Barracks, Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

8:49 p.m.: water rescue, Oyster Mill Road, East Pennsboro Township; River Rescue, Enola, Northeast Fire & Rescue, Creekside

Sentinel police log for April 15

East Pennsboro Township Police (717-732-3633)

  • Jeremy Paul Bryington, 36, of Camp Hill, was charged April 12 with false statement to purchase a firearm after police said he attempted to buy or transfer a firearm on Dec. 14, 2017, at a gun shop in the township. Police said an investigation revealed he made false statements on the police application, and the request was denied.

State Police at Carlisle (717-249-2121)

  • Cigarettes and about $260 in cash were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Carlisle Road, Dickinson Township, sometime between 6:30 p.m. April 12 and 10 a.m. April 13.
  • Michael E. Smith, 20, of Carlisle, suffered minor injury but refused transport after a one-vehicle crash on Marsh Drive at RockLedge Drive in South Middleton Township at 10:29 p.m. April 3. Police said Smith was traveling too fast and could not stop for a stop sign, instead traveling off the road and striking a telephone pole. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

Sunday's Lottery
Lottery for April 16

Here are the lottery numbers from Saturday.

Pick 2

Midday — 2-7

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Evening — 5-8

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Pick 3

Midday — 9-7-8

Straight — $250

Boxed — $40

Evening — 2-9-2

Straight — $250

Boxed — $80

Pick 4 Midday — 6-3-2-6

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$200

Evening — 9-7-1-8

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$100

Pick 5 Midday — 2-9-6-7-6

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $850

Evening — 4-4-3-3-8

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $1,700

Treasure Hunt 4-9-16-17-21

0 players matched 5

49 players matched 4, receiving $100

1,522 players matched 3, receiving $6

12,256 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot— $46,000

Cash 5


1 player matched 5, receiving $200,000

35 players matched 4, receiving $325.50

1,495 players matched 3, receiving $12.50

19,732 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot — $125,000

Match 6 9-14-39-40-42-44

Jackpot — $740,000

Mega Millions 8-9-32-42-59

Mega Ball — 10

Jackpot — $67 million

Powerball 17-19-26-61-62

Powerball — 15

Jackpot — $122 million

Here are the lottery numbers from Sunday.

Pick 2 Midday — 3-9

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Evening — 5-9

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Pick 3 Midday — 2-9-3

Straight — $250

Boxed — $40

Evening — 5-2-4

Straight — $250

Boxed — $40

Pick 4 Midday — 1-1-4-9

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$200

Evening — 7-6-3-6

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$200

Pick 5 Midday — 5-6-2-4-1

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $425

Evening — 2-8-8-6-1

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $850

Treasure Hunt 1-5-23-27-28

0 players matched 5

66 players matched 4, receiving $100

1,757 players matched 3, receiving $6

14,331 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot— $73,000

Cash 5 13-20-25-37-42

0 players matched 5

22 players matched 4, receiving $395

929 players matched 3, receiving $15.50

12,577 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot — $200,000

Match 6 3-5-7-25-40-42

Jackpot — $770,000

Michael Bupp, The Sentinel 

Emergency personnel respond to a crash along the northbound lanes of Interstate 81 near the Hanover Street exit Friday.

Associated Press  

In this 2015 file photo, eggs sit waiting to be cooked at a cafe in Des Moines, Iowa.

Michael Bupp, The Sentinel 

Jason Hearn trains in Carlisle for the upcoming Boston Marathon.

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