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News Alert! for Tues., May 20, 2014

(**News alert)Two hurt, one seriously, in two-car accident in town of Chautauqua...

Two people were injured... one seriously... in a two-car crash on Route 394 in the town of Chautauqua early this afternoon.  Sheriff's officers say 38 year-old Scott Boardman was northbound near Lighthouse Grocery... when the driver of the second-vehicle, 22 year-old Edward Schlabach of Mayville, pulled out of the parking lot -- in front of Boardman.  Deputies say the two vehicles collided... and, came to rest in a lawn on the westside of the roadway.  Officers say Scott Boardman was not hurt... but, his passenger, 37 year-old Autumn Boardman, had to be flown to the Hamot Medical Center in Erie for treatement of non-life threatening injuries.  Deputies say Schlabach had to be exricated from his motor vehicle... and, then was also flown to Hamot.  The investigation is continuing and charges are pending.

Westfield woman wins $1-million for second-prize in April 9 Powerball Lottery...

A Westfield woman has won $1-million in the New York state Lottery's Powerball Jackpot.  Lottery officials announced this afternoon that 68 year-old Janice Cochran won the second-prize for the April 9, 2014 drawing.  They say Cochrain claimed her winning ticket on April 16 at the Lottery’s Buffalo Customer Service Center.  Cochran said she only plays the Lottery when she "has a couple of extra dollars."  She purchased her ticket on Saturday, April 5, at the Country Fair Store at 51 Main Street in Brocton.  She waited a few days after the drawing to check her ticket on the Lottery website... and, that’s when she found out she was a big winner.  "I saw the name of the store first, and thought, ‘That’s where I bought my ticket.’"  She then checked the numbers and was shocked when they matched her ticket.  The $1-million is paid out as a one-time lump sum payment.  Cochran will receive a net check totaling $661,800 after required withholdings.  Cochran said she is unsure of her plans for the prize money but may take a trip to Arizona.  She is the 64th New Yorker to claim a New York Lottery prize $1-million or more so far this year.