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Missing 70-year-old Montco Doctor; Flight With Aid From Philly to PR; Wentz Makes Wager on FG
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/27/17 7:29 pm | updated: 09/27/17 7:29 pm
Police are searching for a missing doctor in Montgomery County. 70-year-old Dr. Peter Cianfrani was last seen on Tuesday morning around 9 a.m. in Marlborough Township. At around 9:30 p.m. his Honda CRV was discovered in the parking lot near the entrance to the Perkiomen Trail on Crusher Road. Cianfrani has been a doctor for 40 years. He currently practices at Pennsburg Family Practice on Geryville Pike. If you have any information call Marlborough Township Police at 215-234-9161.

UPDATE: Wed 5pm - The body of Dr. Cianfrani was discovered this morning around 10:40 a.m. in a wooded area near the Perkiomen Trail. No foul play is expected. An autopsy is pending.

An American Airlines flight from Philadelphia to Puerto Rico left this morning and landed in San Juan bringing relief workers and supplies. Hurricane Maria hit the island on September 20th. Nearly everyone was left without power and water. The plane was carrying essentials such as food, water, and generators. Aid workers and family returning to help in recovery efforts were also on board. This is only the second AA flight since the hurricane. The first was on Friday. Tickets are hard to come but the airline has capped the price at $99 through October 8th to keep it affordable for those bringing relief.

On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles beat division rivals the New York Giants in record-breaking fashion at Lincoln Financial Field. 22-year-old rookie kicker Jake Elliott was called into the game with the game tied 24-24 to attempt a 61-yard FG on the last play of the game. Quarterback Carson Wentz was mic'd up on the sideline for the game. He was caught saying, "This guy is a superhero if he makes it... I'll give him my paycheck. I'll give him my game check. I'll give him my game check if he makes it." Elliot proceeded to make the kick and the Eagles won the game in an instant classic. 61-yards is the longest field goal in Eagles' history. In fact, there have only been 18 field goals of 60 yards or more ever made in the NFL. What about that sideline wager? Elliot is signed to the NFL minimum $465,000, or $29,062 per game. Wentz signed a four year deal worth $26,676,338. However, his base salary this year is only $540,000, or $33,750 per game. Wentz tweeted out this morning that the two worked it out.

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