HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – People driving between Westfield and Holyoke will be dealing with delays Tuesday morning, due to a three-car crash on Route 202.
The accident, which took place just east of the city line, has traffic heavily backed up in both directions. Our 22News crew could see police officers allowing only one lane of traffic to pass at a time.
Information on injuries and the cause of the crash was not immediately available from Holyoke Police.
You can track travel conditions in real time using our Live Traffic Map.
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A tombstone was found in a construction site in West Springfield, but no body has been discovered along with it. The tombstone was found by a man looking for treasure with his metal detector near the former Knights of Columbus building on Park Avenue. There, he discovered a tombstone belonging to a 92 year-old man who died back in 1807.
The owner of the property, Michael Ostrowski of Aarrha Credit Union, told 22News that he was surprised to hear a tombstone was found on his land.
“There are no remains or anything like that, so it’s more of a novelty at this point that there was a tombstone. It could have been a part of the foundation, but we’re going to extract it and try to find the owner of it and go from there,” Ostrowski said.
West Springfield Police Capt. Robert Duffy told 22News that police are not sure where the tombstone came from, but there are graveyards in the area. Because the stone is broken, it is not exactly clear whose marker it was, but they are trying to figure that out.
SPRINGFIELD, OH (FOX19) –
A Springfield pizzeria will be closed for Thanksgiving, but they are gaining worldwide attention for the message they left on their doors.
Bada Bing! Pizzeria posted a photo to Facebook of their sign on their door saying that they will be closed for Thanksgiving Day. However, they said they’re opening their doors to those who don’t have money or are hungry.
“We will be having dinner here around 2 p.m. with our family, employees, and friends,” the sign read. “If you are hungry or don’t have any money, please come in. We will welcome you and make sure you get plenty to eat.”
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