5 things to know this Wednesday, August 30


ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Happy Wednesday! According to Meteorologist Jill Szwed, we can expect the day to dry up after a wet, rainy start.

Law enforcement and emergency crews responded to a train vs. vehicle accident in the Town of Halfmoon Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, Tricia Fitzpatrick, a 75-year-old battling stage four lung cancer, is hoping someone will come forward after her ring went missing while at a Glenville nursing home. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Wednesday morning.

1. Emergency crews respond to train vs. vehicle accident in Halfmoon

Law enforcement and emergency crews are responding to a train vs. vehicle accident in the Town of Halfmoon.

2. Elderly cancer patient searching for stolen ring

A senior citizen, stricken with terminal cancer at a Glenville nursing home, is hoping that someone, somewhere, with any information on her stolen sentimental ring — that is still missing — will come forward. 

3. Green Island pursuit leads to crash with CDTA bus

A crash took place on Green Island Tuesday evening while police were conducting a pursuit.

4. Lead found in more water samples in Troy

More homes have tested positive for lead in the water in the city of Troy. City officials said 60 more homes and buildings were tested for lead.

5. CDTA announces service changes effective September 3

The Capital District Transportation Authority is implementing service changes, including returning school services beginning September 3. CDTA riders can navigate bus routes and schedules online via the service map.


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