Woman Dragged Down Interstate by Semi
New Wilmington – A Philadelphia woman was trapped in her car and dragged the length of a football field by a semi-truck in Mercer County. On Interstate 80 in Lackawannock Township, the 56-year-old woman lost control of her Toyota Camry while in the passing lane on Saturday afternoon and became wedged beneath the trailer of a semi-truck in the cruising lane. Crash scene investigators say she and her car were dragged about 100 yards until the truck driver could safely pull his vehicle to the shoulder of the road. She was taken to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown, OH for medical treatment of severe injuries. An investigation is ongoing.
Federal Agencies Investigating Cyber Attacks on PA
Harrisburg – The FBI, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) are investigating a Denial of Service Attack that shut down portions of the Pennsylvania Courts Website on Sunday. A Denial of Service or DDoS attack, uses a large network of computers or simulated computers called bots to flood a website with fake traffic that locks out legitimate users. The attack blocked access to docket sheets, online payments for fines and penalties, and the Guardianship Tracking System.
Several cyber attacks have been aimed at Pennsylvania from sources inside Russia and North Korea over the years.