A 94-year-old WW II veteran in Franklin County is contributing to the realism of the latest Call of Duty video game. Activision interviewed Harold Angle, of Chambersburg, to get the input of real soldiers for their game “Call of Duty: World War II.”Angle went on his first mission 73 years ago this month. In the Vosges Mountains of France, a bullet hit his helmet. “The velocity of that bullet hitting me in the helmet ... it stunned me so bad that I literally blacked out momentarily,” he said.
LEACOCK TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Firefighters had to chop through ice to get water to fight a fire in rural Lancaster County on Friday afternoon. The fire destroyed a woodworking shop in Leacock Township. It happened at 3222 W. Newport Rd. There are no hydrants in the area. So, firefighters had to find a nearby water source and get through the ice before pumping water.Crews said a wood stove sparked the fire.The shop is a total loss.
WEBVTT RG.>> TODAY MARKS THE 25THANNIVERSARY OF A COLD CASEMURDER AND LANCASTER COUNTY.IN 1992, SOMEONE BEAT ANDSTRANGLED CROSS-SEAMER ROCK.EARLIER THIS YEAR POLICE RAISETHESE IMAGES OF WHAT HER KELLERMAY LOOK LIKE.HER BROTHER SAID EVEN THOUGH THECLIMATE AND EARLY IN THE MORNINGHE BELIEVES SOMEONE MUST HAVESEEN SOMETHING AND WILL HOPETHESE PICTURES WILL HELP.>> GIVES YOU SOMETHING LIKE, WEHAVE SOMETHING TO GO OFF OF NOW.
Some neighbors in Lancaster Co. are so fed up with Running Pump Road still being closed, that they opened a Facebook page about it. We took their concerns to the township & we’ll have answers tonight at 6. https://t.co/SOrkVxuxxf
Meet my new friend, Harold Angle. The WWII Veteran still has the bullet that hit his helmet. He also had a grenade thrown at him! Now, his call to duty...is part of the Call of Duty, WWII video game! Learn more tonight at 6pm. https://t.co/Icbm1iXaxt
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