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2018-2022 Army Navy Games In Philly; Tombstones Toppled In Bustleton; SEPTA Trains Collide
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 08/23/17 4:17 am | updated: 08/23/17 4:17 am
Officials have now announced that the annual Army-Navy Football game will be held in Philadelphia four times from 2018-2022. The schools held a news conference on Tuesday at City Hall to announce that the games will be held in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2022. The annual game will be held each time at Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia. The schools have also announced that the Army-Navy game for 2021 will be played at MetLife Statdium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Both teams have met before in Philadelphia 86 times and 5 times in MetLife Stadium.

Philadelphia Police are now opening an investigation after multiple tombstones were toppled in the Bustleton section of Philadelphia. Police have reported that nearly 20 tombstones were toppled over at The St. Luke's Memorial Cemetery on the 1900 block of Welsh Road. The caretaker of the cemetery found the damaged graves just after 10 am on Tuesday and immediately contacted police. Police say that the total cost of the damage is in the thousands of dollars. They believe this may be a hate crime, since this is the 4th cemetery vandalism that has taken place in months.

Federal Authorities are now investigating after two SEPTA trains collided in Upper Darby on Tuesday that sent 33 people to the hospital. The incident happened at around 12:15 am on Tuesday. Officials say that a Route 100 Norristown High Speed Line Train was arriving at the 69th Street Station when it collided into an empty stationary train. Emergency crews quickly rushed to the scene and began rushing the injured to the hospital. 33 people were taken to the hospital, including the conductor of the train. Only 4 of the 33 people that were taken have been treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries. This the second crash in 6 months to take place at the 69th Street Station.


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