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NJ Man Struck by Car, Police Respond to Scary Clown Threats, Please Touch Museum's 40th Birthday
 
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/02/16 10:13 pm | updated: 10/02/16 10:13 pm
 
Police have identified the man who was struck and killed by a car in Gloucester County on Sunday morning. 27-year-old Jacob Dromgoole stepped out of his vehicle onto the westbound lane of Mullica Hill Drive, and was then struck by a driver in a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. Emergency crews rushed to the scene, as well as a nurse who was near the accident when it happened, but they were unable to revive Dromgoole, he was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle stayed on the scene, so far no charges are pending.

Philadelphia Police as well as the Philadelphia School District have issued a statement in response to the series of "scary clown threats" that have been posted to social media lately, some of them mentioning the Philly School District. Police stated that they are investigating to find out who is behind the threats, and are reassuring the community that they will continue to work with the district to keep their children safe. Other states like New Jersey and Ohio have been dealing with these clown sightings, some reporting they are trying to lure kids into the woods with them. Anyone with information is asked to call the Philadelphia Police.

One of Philly's most well known destinations, The Please Touch Museum, celebrated it's 40th Birthday on Sunday. The museum celebrated by offering a 40% discount on admission all day, as well as putting on a display in The Kids Shop that featured the most popular toys from the past 4 decades. The Please Touch Museum was first started back in 1976 as a 2,200 square foot project in Philly's Museum of Natural Art. The Museum will continue to celebrate its Birthday throughout the month of October with special programs offered at the museum.

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Ryan Howard was honored Sunday Night at Citizens Bank Park for what is believed to be his last game as a Phillie.

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