Fire and police reports: Boy rescued, missing teen, crash
A young boy was rescued from a stream after getting his leg trapped between two underwater objects Monday afternoon. Water was up to his chest at the time, according to reports from the scene.
First Responders from St. Thomas and Franklin Fire Companies responded to Twin Bridge and Crottlestown Roads at 4 p.m. for a report of a boy trapped in the water at a stream that runs through the area.
Rescuers used a Holmatro – Rescue Tools and Extrication device air bag on both sides of the boy’s leg to free him.
Kiera Moore, 17, Chambersburg, has been missing from her home since July 11. She was last seen at about 10 that evening, police said.
Kiera is about 5’3″ tall and weighs 150 poundss. She was last seen wearing blue shorts and a light colored shirt.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Franklin County non-emergency line at 717-263-1611 or submit a tip on CRIMEWATCH®.
Hamilton Township crash
First responders from Franklin Fire Company and Chambersburg Fire Department’s Emergency Medical Services answered a call to a crash at 670 Boyer Mill Rd in Hamilton Township at 11:52 a.m. July 6.
Two vehicles crashed in a sharp curve, but all the occupants were out and refused EMS treatment. The squad crew cleared debris while Fire Police controlled traffic. The scene was turned over to Pennsylvania State Police and tow services after 20 minutes.
PSP has not released information about the crash, or the drivers.
Theft of beehives and bees
The Pennsylvania State Police-Gettysburg is investigating the theft of a trailer and beehives that occurred at 850 Myerstown Road in Huntington Township. Both a utility trailer and beehives along with the occupying bees were taken from this residence.
The trailer is black/rust in color and the beehives are white with wooden tops.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police Gettysburg, Trooper GRAGG, at 717-334-8111, or the Adams County Crime stoppers hotline at 717-334-8057, who are offering a reward. Tips can also be left online at Crime Stoppers.