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Woman ID in Ewing Explosion; Man Jumped in Schuylkill; DUI Charges in Morning I-95 Crash
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/05/14 6:44 pm | updated: 03/05/14 6:44 pm
New Jersey investigators have identified the woman killed yesterday in the house explosion in Ewing Township. The explosion happened just before 1 pm Tuesday afternoon at 28 Crockett Lane in the South Fork Housing Community. The female victim has been identified as 62-year-old Linda Cerritelli who lived at the residence. Her body had been found by a cadaver dog on top of a car near the explosion. Authorities had to wait to release her name first for positive identification from dental records during autopsy and second to notify family. The investigation into the exact cause of the blast is ongoing.

Philadelphia police marine units are out searching the Schuylkill River after a suspect jumped off the Market Street bridge while fleeing from officers this afternoon. It started inside nearby 30th Street Station. Amtrak police officers began to chase the suspect, and at some point he dropped a bag containing narcotics and a gun. They pursued the suspect from the station until he jumped off the bridge and into the icy waters to escape. This all happened around 2:30 pm. The man did not resurface after hitting the freezing waters of the Schuylkill. Boats were searching for any signs of the suspect.

A man is facing DUI charges for the accident this morning on I-95 that left one person critically injured and traffic backed up for hours. The accident happened at 4:30 am just south of the Woodhaven exit in the Northeast. 24-year-old Nicholas Harris of Wilmington, DE had stopped his 2002 Honda Odyssey partially on the shoulder, and partially in the right lane. 32-year-old Brandon Ballard of Philadelphia had to swerve his tractor trailer to get out of the way of Harris' minivan. When he tried to serve back, Ballard lost control and flipped the truck off the road. Ballard suffered serious injuries. The lanes were not completely reopened until 2:00pm. Harris will be charged with DUI for the accident.

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