posted on August 31, 2012 07:53
A Monroe County man is listed in stable condition this morning after his vehicle crashed into back of garbage truck in Basom and burst in flame.
22-year-old Charles Scorse of Hamlin was on his way home from work yesterday morning when, police say, he may have fell sleep at the wheel of his pick-up.
Scorse’s pick-up slammed into the rear of a Waste Management truck that had stopped along Bloomingdale Road.
Scorse somehow got out of his pick-up before it caught fire.
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson is in the hospital.
The 93-year-old Wilson is said to be in good condition though the exact cause is unknown.
Wilson suffered a broken hip about a year ago.
As a result, he missed his first home game in 52 years last season.
The University of Rochester is hoping its College Town project can get under way this fall. The 100-million-dollar project would create an urban village with apartments on top of shops, a hotel and conference center, office space and grocery store. City officials are currently reviewing the plans while awaiting word on a 20-million-dollar federal loan that would be used to help pay for the project.
A father and son were rescued after their boat capsized on Lake Ontario Thursday afternoon. 56-year old David Batt and his son 23-year old Steven Batt were sailing north of Johnson’s Creek in Orleans County when the rigging on their boat failed causing it to capsize. Rescuers found the father and son a mile from shore clinging to the boat. The two were not injured.