911 calls for shooting victims, carnival canceled Top Lower Bucks News

LOWER BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. – A carnival was canceled this summer in Bensalem because of unruly guests. Meanwhile, the final minutes of the victims killed in a Falls Township shooting were revealed in 911 calls in court.

These were some of the stories that made headlines in Lower Bucks County last week:

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New details on 911 calls from Bucks Co. shooting rampage that left three people dead

Andre Gordon Jr. will stand trial in the deaths of three family members in a Falls Township shooting in March, authorities said.

Burlington-Bristol Bridge at Risk of Collapse: Analysis Says

The New York Times said the Delaware River could suffer the same fate as the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Pennsbury's director of special education placed on administrative leave

Pennsbury school officials did not provide a reason why Regina Rausch is on leave.

The Neshaminy Mall Carnival has been canceled due to safety concerns

Bensalem police struggled with “unacceptable activity” at Mardi Gras last summer. This year, officials canceled for public safety reasons.

Abortion clinic in Lower Bucks closes at the end of June

Closing the Warminster clinic leaves Bucks County with a location in Bensalem Township, Planned Parenthood Keystone said.

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