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Daily News Stories for Wednesday, January 28, 2015:
A driver suffered a possible concussion after his car traveled about 40 feet over a hillside in Leet Township. 18-year-old Matt Moser was driving down Camp Meeting Road this morning when his vehicle struck a guardrail. The car tipped over the guardrail and traveled over the hill into a ditch. Moser called 911 with his cell phone when he realized he couldn't get out of his car.
One person has been charged with starting a fire at the Virginia Heights apartment complex in Baden early Sunday. 44-year-old Keith Harris of Jeannette has been charged with arson, causing a catastrophe and 20 counts of reckless endangerment. Police believe Harris started the fire by igniting furniture inside an apartment.
New Sewickley Township police are advising area residents of an increase in vehicle break-ins and thefts. According to police, the thefts have been reported around Pine Run Road, Noonen Street and Deer Lane Extension. The department recommends that residents lock their cars and remove all valuables from inside. Police are asking residents to call 911 if they notice any suspicious people or sounds.
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