Friday, April 13, 2012
Friends of Kyle Schwab are fundraising to help his family with funeral costs.
Trevose resident and son of a Bensalem police officer Kyle Schwab was tragically killed Friday, April 6 in a wreck involving his motorcycle on Street Road in Upper Southampton. Now his friends are honoring his memory while raising funds for Schwab's family. According to a flyer posted in the Trevose Starbucks on Horizon Boulevard, Schwab's friends are selling Kyle Schwab Memorial Wristbands for $5 each to help his family with funeral expenses. To purchase a wristband, go to Pay Pal and send $5 to seller Minnie61@aol.com. According to the flyer, the wristband will be mailed in five to seven days. Schwab's friends are also holding a happy hour fundraiser at Kildares in Manayunk Saturday, April 14. A portion of the $20 entrance fee will also …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A memorial grows for Friday's crash victim, Kyle Schwab.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Tom Sofield
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A memorial has been growing in Upper Southampton for 22-year-old Kyle Schwab, of Trevose, who was killed Friday in a motorcycle accident. Read more: Trevose Motorcyclist Killed in Street Road Crash
Friday, April 6, 2012
Kyle Schwab, 22, of Trevose, was killed in the wreck. The victim was an Archbishop Wood graduate.
Saturday, 9:15 a.m.: The victim has been identified as 22-year-old Trevose resident Kyle Schwab, police told Patch Saturday morning. The victim's father is a police officer in Bensalem. Schwab was a graduate of Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster and, according to social media, had worked as a service technician and apprentice at Champion Chimney and Masonry in Philadelphia. As of Saturday morning, the female driver of the Lexus remains in the hospital in unknown condition, Upper Southampton Chief of Police Ron MacPherson said. The accident remains under investigation. Friday, 10:42 p.m.: Friday evening as night fell, investigators milled around a damaged Lexus SUV that sat against the curb at the entrance to the Huntingbrook …
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The officer and driver of the other vehicle were taken to the hospital with injuries that were described as "not serious."
A female Warminster police officer was involved in a crash at the intersection of Street Road and Jacksonville Road around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. The officer and the driver of the other vehicle were taken to Abington Memorial Hospital with injuries that were "not serious," according to Chief Michael Murphy. The officer, who was responding to a call, was headed North on Jacksonville Road and the other car was headed East on Street Road when the accident occurred, Murphy said. Investigators will be looking at the police car's onboard video camera system to see what happened in the crash, reported the Chief. Traffic on Street Road and Jacksonville Road was diverted so authorities could investigate the crash and clear the scene. Police from …