Something the rider did just before the crash may have made a huge difference in his survival.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Bob Byrne
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A man riding a Vespa motor scooter was rushed to Paoli Hospital with knee injuries after his scotter struck a car turning left in front of him on Lancaster Ave. The accident happened just before 3 p.m. Thursday across from the former ANRO Printing building on Lancaster Avenue in Devon. Authorities on the scene tell Patch the man flew off the scooter and over the hood of the Toyota sedan that was attempting to make a left turn on Lancaster Ave from the Devon Professional Building. The scooter rider suffered a knee injury but was able to actually get up on his own after flying over the hood of the car. A police oficer at the scene tells Patch the unidentified motor scooter rider may have seen the car coming out of the driveway in time to …
The Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors clears the way for new senior assisted living development on small site on Lancaster Ave.
- Bob Byrne
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
After more than a year of discussion in the community, and months of hearings at the Tredyffrin Planning Commission and finally the Tredyffrin Township Board of Supervisors, a controversial change in the township's zoning law has won approval. The change in the C-1 Zoning Ordinance will allow developers of a proposed 93 bed assisted living facility to begin the process of developing the former Jimmy Duffy Catering site on Lancaster Ave., across from the Daylesford Train Station. The Capital Health development led by Ed Morris of Tredyffrin must still meet all the requirements for the site, including parking, building size and storm water management. The vote Monday night clears the way for Morris, who also developed the Symphony Square …