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Driver's Health Condition Probable Cause of Crash in Lamar Township
July 1, 2012
Driver's Health Condition Probable Cause of Crash in Lamar Township - A 69-year-old man sustained moderate injuries following a crash on June 28 in Clinton County. PSP Lamar said Burton C. Ware was traveling south on Route 64 near the intersection of Kryder Road, when he had a low sugar attack. The condition caused him to leave Route 64, running over a stop sign at the intersection and traveling west on Kryder Road. Ware left the right side of the roadway, clipping a utility pole and driving over a cement wall that was approximately 5 feet tall. Ware's 2001 Ford F-150 landed on all four wheels and continued to travel through Albright's Feed Mill parking lot until it struck a cement black wall attached to the mill. Ware was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash and was taken from the scene by ambulance to Lock Haven Hospital for treatment of injuries, Wright said.