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Volunteer firefighters put ‘lives on the line’ for Kane

August 31, 2012

It was like staring down the barrel of a loaded gun.
That’s what our brave volunteer firefighters must have thought Wednesday during an 11-hour emergency at the scene of a chemical tanker truck rollover in the heart of Kane.
“We never know what we’re getting into,” Tim Holt, chief of the Kane Volunteer Fire Department, said in commenting on the harrowing experience. “Volunteer firefighters put their lives on the line for the community. They’re always ‘right there’ when they’re needed even though they know there are risks.”

Evacuation is believed to be largest ever in county

August 31, 2012

The evacuation of 1,000 Kane residents Wednesday following a tanker truck rollover is believed to be the largest ever in McKean County.
“It was probably the largest evacuation,” County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director Bruce Manning said Thursday. “I can’t remember anything bigger.”
Manning, who was on the scene Wednesday and returned Thursday to Kane to confer with Kane fire chief Tim Holt, said he believes the evacuation exceeded a movement of residents in 1972 due to flooding from Hurricane Agnes.

Milliard arraigned on new charges

August 31, 2012

RIDGWAY - New charges, including multiple drug offenses and illegal possession of firearms, have been filed against Francis Anthony Milliard, 54, of Ridgway, currently incarcerated on arson and related charges in connection with two residential fires in Elk County, as well as charges of attempted murder and assault stemming from Milliard's alleged beating of a Ridgway man.

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