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Turtle Creek sled case jurors asked to visit hit-and-run scene |

Turtle Creek sled case jurors asked to visit hit-and-run scene

| Friday, July 13, 2007 12:00 p.m

An Allegheny County jury asked Thursday to visit the hit-and-run accident scene where two sled-riding girls were badly injured, one fatally.

Jurors deliberating whether Thomas Moore, 54, of Wilkins, is guilty of various charges connected to the Dec. 11, 2005, accident were taken to Negley Avenue in Turtle Creek. The six men and six women deliberated several more hours after returning to the county courthouse but did not reach a decision yesterday.

Moore faces six charges in connection with the death of Shawna Linsenbigler, 10, and injuries to Brittany Raymond, now 15. His attorney, Thomas N. Farrell argued Moore was home watching a Steelers football game at the time of the accident.

is a former freelancer.

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