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Many of us have heard of the “Treasure of Sierra Madre,” but are you familiar with the “Treasure of Susquehanna Depot?” His name is Ira T. Reynolds and he is truly an extraordinary gentleman and a treasure within our midst. On January 2, 2010, Ira turned 108 years young. To imagine the events he has witnessed, and the life trials he has endured within those 108, would make the hardiest of us weak in amazement. Ira has touched many lives in numerous ways over the years. Perhaps, as a student, you needed leaves (and information) to complete your assigned leaf collection and trekked through the “Nature Trail” that Ira and his late wife, Bea so lovingly tended for decades, teaching many the joys of our natural world.
On December 29 at 3:49 p.m., Eric Burns of New Milford was traveling north on SR 247, when he stopped at the posted stop sign at the intersection of that road and SR 171. Burns looked both ways and began to start his turn onto SR 171 north. The right front corner of Burns' vehicle impacted the right front of a second vehicle, operated by Louisa Rodriguez of Union Dale. Burns came to a rest at the point of impact. Rodriguez came to a rest 20 feet south of the point of impact facing south west.
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