York County happenings: Vax clinics canceled; garbage truck hits shop
Family First Health
Vaccination clinics canceled
Family First Health is canceling some of its larger vaccination clinics as a response to a high volume of COVID-19 cases in York County.
This cancellation includes the Keystone Kidspace clinics for children ages 5 to 11, Jim Cronin, a spokesperson for Family First Health, said.
"Due to a high volume of positive COVID-19 cases in local communities, Family First Health is canceling its larger vaccination events to keep staff and community members safe," he said.
For those who have scheduled a time at the Keystone Kidspace clinic, appointments will be moved to Family First Health's York City COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic, 116 S. George St.
Garbage truck slams into plumbing shop
A garbage truck trashed the front of a Spring Grove plumbing business, creating a mess for the community to end the year.
A large Republic Services waste hauler left the road at 10:38 a.m. Friday, crossed the sidewalk and plowed into 26 S. Main St., which also has a residence, according to a a York Area Regional Police report.
Images provided by the Southern Pennsylvania Incident Network show the vehicle on the porch of the residence and just into the doorway of D.E. Wildasin & Son, a plumbing, heating and air conditioning service.
No injuries were reported in the crash, and no cause was provided.