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Brian Helman Family Thanks Public, Promises Updates

Local musician Brian Helman’s family asks for continued prayers from his friends and public as his recovery goes forward.

Brian Helman Family Provides Update on Condition

Popular musician Brian Helman has begun to emerge from the coma he has been in since being critically injured in a pedestrian accident Dec. 6.

Woman Killed in Fayetteville Pedestrian Accident

State Police in Franklin County reported that a 75-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle in Fayetteville. She was pronounced dead on the scene Sunday evening.

Candlelight Vigil Tonight for Injured Musician Brian Helman

Brian Helman’s friends and fans plan a candlelight vigil for the injured musician from 4 to 6 p.m. today at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Shippensburg.

Brian Helman’s Condition Upgraded From ‘Critical’ to ‘Serious’

Local musician Brian Helman is still fighting for his life at York Hospital following a pedestrian accident Friday night on Wayne Avenue.

Child Injured in Pedestrian Accident

A seven-year-old child was airlifted to Hershey Medical Center last night following a pedestrian accident in a Wayne Avenue motel parking lot.

Pedestrian Injured in Waynesboro

A woman hit by a vehicle in Waynesboro was crossing the street in a crosswalk.

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