posted on April 14, 2012 07:43
One person suffered what are described as “life threatening” injuries in a one car crash in the Orleans County Town of Clarendon.
Deputies say 21-year-old Jerome Delano the Second was thrown from a Ford Explorer last night along Mansfield Rd. The truck apparently went out of controll after striking a deer. Delano was flown to Srtrong memorial Hospital via Mercy Flight. he is listed in "guarded" condition this morning. The driver and rear set passenger suffered less serious injuries.
Representatives of area construction trades complain most of the workers on the Project Wave yogurt plant project are from out of state, even out of the country.
David Young is President of the Rochester Building Trades Council said the the Genesee County Economic Development Center (EDC) has provided over $11-million in tax grants and incentives for the project. He said "most" of the people on the project are from out of the area.
EDC President Steve Hyde says the claims of the building tradesmen are untrue. He said Project Wave has made a commitment to a majority of local construction workers.
An arrest warrant is out for the man accused of holding up the Five Star Bank in Pavillion.
A warrant has been issued for 24-year-old Jonathan Mills of Rochester.
Deputies consider him the prime suspect in the robbery that happened in Pavilion on Good Friday.
Mills is charged with robbery in the third degree and grand larceny in the fourth degree.
Mills is currently in jail in Columbia County. The local warrant will be kept there as a detainer for further legal action here.