By David DeKok HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - Authorities in Pennsylvania said Sunday they were trying to determine whether a freshman at Penn State University fell or jumped to his death from a crane on a construction site on the State College campus. Jack Crean, 18, of Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, landed on pavement after the late Saturday or early Sunday fall from the 85 foot (26 meter) crane, Centre County Deputy Coroner Judy Pleskonko said. Crean was found dead around 11 a.m. local time Sunday by Penn State University Police. Penn State's main campus has about 45,000 students, of whom about 35,000 are undergraduates.
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Conditions: Westbound I-90 at milepost 98, near Rocky Canyon to milepost 54, near the Summit of Snoqualmie Pass: Traffic congestion from a collision that occurred earlier this morning near milepost 78, heavy rain, and a substantial amount of traffic has caused intermittent areas of back-up, and added travel time for motorists traveling west over Snoqualmie Pass.