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Teacher Arrested for Sex With Student; 2 Dead, Weather Factor in Crash; PA Highways Going 70 mph
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/02/16 9:25 pm | updated: 05/02/16 9:25 pm
A Montgomery County teacher has been arrested and charged with having sexual contact with a student. 39-year-old Rose LiMuli of Landsale is a teacher at Upper Dublin High School. She is facing 12 counts of Institutional Sexual Assault stemming from a relationship with a male student at the high school dating back to December 2015. Her bail has been set at $50,000 unsecured under the stipulation that she have no contact with the victim or other students. She has been suspended from her position pending the outcome of the criminal proceedings. A preliminary hearing is set for May 16th.

Philadelphia authorities are saying that weather was a factor in the deadly crash yesterday along Henry Ave in East Falls. It happened around 4pm. A grey Mazda 6 was traveling northbound with two women in the front seats and 4 children and an adult male in the rear seat. The only one wearing any restraint was a 7-month-old in a car seat in the back. The slippery conditions caused the car to spin out of control and into the southbound lanes where it was "t-boned" by a blue Mazda 3 carrying a man and women. 6-year-old Eric Barksdale-Perez, who was in the back seat of the first car, and 20-year-old Ziare Ross-Wilson, who was sitting in the back with the children, were killed. Six others have severe injuries including the infant.

PennDOT crews are busy this week changing speed limit signs on highways across the state. The new signs will say 70 mph and include almost 1000 miles of highway around Pennsylvania. For the Philadelphia area, the effect will be felt on Pennsylvania Turnpike and the Northeast Extension where the posted speed limit is now 65 mph. The entire turnpike system is going 70, with a few exceptions like tunnels, work zones, toll plazas, and the Allegheny Mountain region. Also, east of Bensalem towards the bridge will remain slower. Other roads include Interstates 79, 80, 99 and 380 and US 15. The speed limits take effect as the signs are posted.

Cloudy, chance of a shower, temperatures in the low 60's this evening in Center City

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