The Blotter

Three teenagers were injured in a one-vehicle accident on State Route 350 in Taylor Township in Centre County on Friday shortly after midnight.
Police said 18-year-old Ryan Emigh was traveling north on the road when he reportedly swerved to avoid hitting a deer. His vehicle slid along the east side of the road and struck a tree head-on. The vehicle flipped over and traveled down an embankment before coming to rest in a stream.
The driver and two passengers, 20-year-old Ryan Hughes of Philipsburg and 18-year-old Josh Bloom were able to escape through a window.
All three of the teens were taken to Tyrone Hospital for treatment. The vehicle, a 2003 Dodge Durango, had extensive damage. It was removed from the scene.
Police were assisted by the Bald Eagle Fire Company.

The Uni-Mart was the scene of an attempted robbery last Friday at 3:30 a.m.
Huntingdon County-based state police said someone smashed the front door with a concrete block in an attempt to gain entry. Police said the attempt was unsuccessful.

State police investigated an accident that happened shortly before 10 a.m. on State Route 453 at Irish Flats Lane in Warriors Mark Township last Friday.
The accident sent a Hollidaysburg truck driver to the hospital and shut down the road for several hours.
Police said 46-year-old Paul R. Bartley Jr. was driving his tractor trailer truck northbound on the road when he came to a curve on the left and his truck went onto the right berm.
The truck went out of control and went sideways on the road and then rolled onto its side. The truck slid into an embankment on the east berm. The trailer came to rest on its side across the road and lost a load of shale. Bartley was taken to Altoona Regional Medical Center for treatment.
State police were assisted by Tyrone fire crews, PennDOT and Huntingdon Emergency Management.

A 20-year-old Bellwood woman and an 11-month-old baby were injured in a one vehicle accident on Bel-Tip Road just north of Smith Road in Antis Township on Monday at 7 a.m.
Police said the woman was traveling north on the road and rounded a curve at the intersection with Smith Road when it hit an icy spot on the road. The vehicle continued to travel north and left the road striking a barb wire fence with its right front end.
The vehicle then traveled on top of a drainage ditch that runs under the road. The woman’s vehicle rolled to the right and traveled onto its roof. The vehicle came to rest on its roof in a small stream.
Police said both the woman and the baby boy had to be extricated from the vehicle. Both were taken by ambulance to Altoona Regional Medical Center. The woman had minor injuries while the boy suffered what were described as major injuries.
Police were assisted at the scene by the Bellwood and Tipton fire departments.