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Congratulations to Red Sun Rising on breaking the top 10 for the 3rd time with Amnesia. Great job boys!! NEXT STOP TOP 5! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today's qualifiers for the "Happy New Yinz" contest are......
Laurie Crawford
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Listen at 8:30am TODAY when we qualify 3 more contestants in our "HAPPY NEW YINZ" contest. Sign up today at www.100.1thehero.com for your chance to win a New Year's Eve Weekend trip to Pittsburgh. Just for qualifying you'll win a $25 prize from one our our sponsors, and if you win the Grand Prize you'll get roundtrip airfare from Bradford to Pittsburgh for two, dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe, two night stay hotel accommodations and two tickets to see The Pittsburgh Penguins VS. The Montreal Canadiens, from your contest leader 100.1 THE HERO ... See MoreSee Less

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UPDATE 3:45 PM: Kane Fire Chief Tim Holt says the gasoline in the sewage system has affected an area from North Fraley Street to Hacker Street, and from Kinzua Avenue north. Holt says this is an ongoing situation, but school bus traffic should not be affected this afternoon. ~~~ UPDATE 130 PM: Emergency crews in Kane are still trying to lower the overall impact of gasoline leaking into the borough's sewer system. That's according Bruce Manning of McKean County Emergency Services who tells us employees of the Kwik Fill on Fraley realized there was a problem when they were doing a routine measuring of the gas in their tanks this morning, and realized too much was missing. Manning says Crews are currently digging behind the gas station to get to the tank to see what caused the leak, and too see how much gas is still in the ground. He says four houses had to be evacuated because of gasoline seeping into their systems. The power has been turned off so there's no source of ignition. He says they are also checking manhole covers; fans are sucking out the gasoline from the sewer lines; and people have gas detection meters to check basements and sewer lines. ~~~~~ A gasoline leak at the Kwik Fill on Fraley Street in Kane has made its way into the sewer system. Any resident who smells gasoline in his/her home is warned to NOT turn on or off any electric devices, to evacuate the home and call 9-1-1 to report it. Fire department personnel will respond and inspect the home.

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