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Camden College Student Found Safe; SEPTA Train Hits Car in Glenside; NBA Morris Twins Pay Layaway
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/12/17 4:35 pm | updated: 12/12/17 4:41 pm
 
A Camden County College student that went missing on Monday has been located safely. Gloucester Township Police announced that 23-year-old Philip Robert Cerria of Marlton was found on Tuesday afternoon. Cerria was last seen around noon on Monday walking from campus possibly headed towards the Wawa at 1301 Little Gloucester Rd. His vehicle was found in a parking lot on campus and his wallet was left inside. No word on the circumstances of his disappearance and where he was located.

A SEPTA Regional Rail train struck an unoccupied car on the tracks in Montgomery County. It happened around 7:15 a.m. at Rices Mill Road in Glenside, between the Glenside and Jenkintown stations. No one was inside the red Cadillac sedan when it was hit. There were about 500 people on the train. No one was injured. Some handicap passengers needed help off of the train. All of the passengers were taken to Fern Rock station to continue their trip. The car was removed from the tracks by 9:30 a.m. Service to the Warminster, Glenside Combined, and Lansdale/Doylestown lines was restored by 10 a.m. Police are still investigating how the car ended up on the tracks.

North Philadelphia natives Marcus and Markieff Morris, twin brothers in the NBA, still look back and call Philly family. The pair attended Penn Charter high school while being raised by their single mother Thomasine Morris. Now, Marcus plays for the Boston Celtics and Markeiff for the Washington Wizards. Yesterday, they sent their mother in their place to the Walmart on Adams Ave in Northeast Philadelphia. It was the last day to pay off layaways at the store, and customers were lined up. Those in line all soon learned that the brothers had paid off everyone's Christmas presents, around $6,000.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 12/12 4:41 pm
 
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