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Concert Co. Building Mass Vaccine Site in KOP; Car Crashes in Darby Creek; Arrests in Arizona Murder
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/01/21 11:58 pm | updated: 03/01/21 11:58 pm
Concert/festival construction contractor, Mountain Productions, and area COVID-19 rapid testing company, 15toknow, are working to stand up a mass coronavirus vaccination site in King of Prussia. Mountain Productions builds stages and structures for big outdoor concerts and events including Firefly, Musicfest, the NFL Draft, and the Mann. Already started work in KOP, they have built two large arches to act as drive-thru lanes and a series of smaller buildings for staff, equipment, and storing vaccine. The concert and event industry has been hit hard in the past year forcing companies to pivot and find other outlets for their expertise. 15toknow will handle the vaccine distribution.

SEE: Mountain Productions
SEE: 15toknow

Rescue crews pulled a car and driver out of Darby Creek in Delaware County on Monday afternoon, 3/1. It happened around 4 p.m. at 401 Swarthmore Avenue in Ridley Park. The boat went down the boat ramp and crashed into the water at the Ridley Township Marina along the waterfront near Stinger's Restaurant. First responders were able to pull the vehicle from the creek and rescue the driver that was trapped inside. No word on the condition of the victim or how the car ended up in the water.

The University of Arizona Police Department announced that three teens have been arrested in the death of a Lower Moreland High School graduate attending college there in Tucson. The three suspects are all 17-years-old. One was arrested on Thursday, 2/25, and the other two on Friday, 2/26. They are charged with first-degree murder and drive-by shooting in the killing of 20-year-old Forrest Keys of Huntingdon Valley, PA. Keys was a sophomore communication major. It happened around 11 p.m. on Saturday, 2/20, in an on-campus parking garage. The suspects were in a maroon Cadillac sedan and taunted Keys and his friends who were walking. Keys responded back. The car turned around and Keys approached the vehicle. He was shot several times at close range. Keys graduated from LMHS in 2019. He was a star in football and basketball.

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