Morning News Brief
Written by Tom Tharp on January 19, 2022
A Garbage Truck and a Semi collided in a fiery wreck on route 63 in Bethany Tuesday night. Garbage was strewn across the road and the semi truck became fully involved before Stafford Firefighters were able to put it out. Traffic was stopped at Batavia Stafford Townline Rd and Ellicott Street. Minor injuries were reported and the crash is under investigation.
The City of Batavia Water Department is repairing a water main break at the intersection of Liberty Street and Ellicott Street. Expect the water to be shut off on Ellicott Street, from Liberty Street to Jackson Street. There is the potential that the water may need to be shut off on Liberty Street, from Ellicott Street heading north to Main Street. Traffic will not be able to pass through the Ellicott Street intersection coming off of Liberty Street in both directions while the repairs are being made. The length of time the water will be off is unknown.
A vine street family is searching for any information about their lost dog. Bentley, a Brittany Spaniel, escaped from his electric fenced in yard Sunday night around 6pm. He is a brown and cream speckled, 7 year old friendly dog. He was spotted on State street and Richmond Ave but fled. If you see Bentley, please call 585-861-0013 as soon as possible. Treats may help to lure him to someone, but it’s best to call first, she said.
The Buffalo Sabres emerged victorious in their matchup against the Ottawa Senators Tuesday night. The final score was 3-1 Sabres. The Sabres are now at 12 and 20 and 7. Dylan Cozens, Mark Jankowski and Alex Tuch scored for Buffalo. Michael Houser blocked 43 of 44 shots against him. The Sabres will be back on the ice Thursday when they host the Dallas Stars at 7 p.m.