Sunny and Warmer, Public Square Renovations, Baby Survives Crash - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Sunny and Warmer, Public Square Renovations, Baby Survives Crash Into River

Finally! Sunny and seasonable! (Source: WOIO) Finally! Sunny and seasonable! (Source: WOIO)
MONDAY: Partly Sunny. High: 42

MONDAY NIGHT:  cool and dry.  LOW: 33

TUESDAY: A little warmer with more sun and a few clouds. CAK might sneak in some rain showers High: 46

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Construction underway on Cleveland's Public Square makeover. The square will undergo a $32 million transformation project. The square will be made over with green spaces, fountains and a space called KeyBank Promenade.
During this construction traffic will be affected, especially RTA traffic.
During the renovation of Public Square, Ontario Street and Superior Avenue within the square will be closed to all traffic. The surrounding Public Square Roadways and Rockwell Avenue will offer access to bus traffic and local vehicular traffic only.
Only RTA and necessary property access around Public Square (including valet, garage access, etc.) Bus stops, shelters and bus layover areas reorganized to accommodate full Public Square closure All bus routes and transfers remain within one block of Public Square The HealthLine stop across from Tower City stays open
A completion date for the project is set for June 2016, just in time for the Republican National Convention. You can find out more about the plan and the vision for Public Square. 

SPANISH FORK, Utah (AP) - A baby survived a car crash in a frigid Utah river after being strapped in a car seat upside-down for about 14 hours before being found by a fisherman, officers said.
The 18-month-old girl's condition was upgraded from critical to stable but critical condition at a Salt Lake City hospital, but her 25-year-old mother, Lynn Groesbeck of Springville, was found dead in the car, police said Sunday.
The fisherman discovered the car on its top about 12:30 p.m. Saturday in the Spanish Fork River in Spanish Fork, about 50 miles south of Salt Lake City, police Lt. Matt Johnson said.
Investigators believe the wreck occurred about 10:30 p.m. Friday when a resident near the accident scene reported hearing something, Johnson said. The resident was unable to find anything out of the ordinary when checking the area near Provo.
The infant was found hanging upside down above the river that flowed through the car, and the water never reached high enough to touch her, Johnson told the Deseret News newspaper. Her mother was found in the driver's seat.
The car struck a cement barrier on the bridge and careened into the river, investigators said. Police are unsure why the car left the roadway, and the Utah Highway Patrol is assisting in the accident investigation.

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