A foot or more of snow was possible in central Pennsylvania on Wednesday, March 21, as the fourth nor’easter in the last 21 days hit the Northeast. The snow meant schools and businesses were closed while road restrictions were in place, according to news reports. Up to eight inches of snow had already fallen in York County, Pennsylvania, according to the National Weather Service. This video shows a husky digging through a snow pile in York, Pennsylvania.
Chiawana wrestling coach Jack Anderson and his son Isaiah square off. Isaiah, an eighth-grader, will be wrestling for his dad next year. Already at 182 pounds, he is one of the top four wrestlers in the nation in his age group. "I'm sure he'll be able to take me and my brother in a couple years," Jack said. "I better enjoy beating him while I can."
Deputy Fire Chief Dave Hare of the Pasco Fire Department releases initial details about an early-morning fire that caused extensive damage to a home in the 500 block of South Douglas Avenue in Pasco. No injuries were reported.
Police in Chester County praised the actions of a number of citizens who recently came to the aid of a driver who was trapped under his burning car after crashing in the parking lot of a Pennsylvania elementary school. Faculty members of the Saints Simon and Jude School used fire extinguishers to stop the fire from spreading and a number of other people helped police officers flip the vehicle to free the driver. No students or faculty members were reported injured. The driver was taken to a hospital.