Rostraver cop hurt in crash
A Rostraver Township police officer was injured in a two-car accident Friday in Monessen.
Officer Stephen Sholtis was transported to Monongahela Valley Hospital by ambulance after his vehicle collided with a car driven by Jeffrey Joseph, 44, of 365 Redstone Church Road, Perryopolis.
Sholtis was treated and later released.
Police said the accident occurred 11:24 a.m. in the 1600 block of Schoonmaker Avenue, at Riverview Drive.
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