NEast Links: A trip to Tanzania and two car crashes

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The Mayfair car vandals struck again over night, this time letting the air out of tires on the 4000-blocks on Aldine and Teesedale streets. This time, a neighbor got a glimpse of the suspects [Fox29].

No injuries were reported Monday afternoon when a driver’s truck hit a pole and knocked down wires in Wissinoming. It’s not clear how the accident occurred [Action News].

A woman was critically injured the night before when she lost control of her Jeep on Bustleton Avenue where Rhawnhurst meets Bells Corner. The crash remains under investigation and the woman is in Aria Health-Torresdale [CBS3].

Holy Family University President Sr. Francesca Onley recently traveled to Tanzania. There, she teamed up with Stanford University to provide students with handheld learning devices and phones to assist with literacy and math development, in addition to creative skills [Inquirer].

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