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Various vehicle crashes reported
October 22, 2013
The Montoursville State Police Department reported the following vehicle crashes:
Oct. 6 at 9:42 a.m., Police reported that a vehicle driven by Katelyn Hoggins, 25, of Batavia, was traveling west bound on W. Houston Ave while a vehicle driven by Linda Grimm, 59, of Montgomery, was traveling south bound on Pinchtown Road. Hoggins's vehicle entered Pinchtown road and made initial impact with Grimm's vehicle in the intersection. Grimm's vehicle exited the roadway and began counterclockwise rotation, rotating approximately 90 degrees before rolling at least two time and coming to rest on its roof. Neither driver was injured.
Oct. 12 at 12 p.m., Police reported that a vehicle driven by Stephen Russell, 30, of Williamsport was traveling east on Lincoln drive when in drifted from the travel lande of traffic and drove into a parked vehicle. Russell sustained an unknown injury and was transported by ambulance to Williamsport Hospital.
Oct. 15 at 4 p.m., Police reported that a multi-car accident occured when 3 cars stopped behind a school bus and one failed to stop, striking the rear of the car in front. All vehicles came to rest on the left shoulder of the roadway. No one was hurt.
Oct. 18 at 2:33 p.m., Police reported that a vehicle driven by Georgine Miller, 58, of Muncy, impacted the left side of a vehicle driven by Calvin Phillips, 44, of Trout Run, when the first vehicle failed to observe the second making a turn. Damage to both vehicles was minor. Miller was uninjured, but Philips sustained an injury and was transported to Geisinger Medical Center for treatment.
Oct. 18 at 10:52 p.m., Police reported that a vehicle driven by Kylie Pisano, 22, of Muncy, was traveling east bound on I-180 in the left lane. Initial impace occured when the vehicle traveled onto the north shoulder of the roadway and stuck the guardrail. The vehicle continued north east and skid on the left side until overturning. The driver sustained an unknown injury and was assisted at te scene by Muncy Ambulance and Pennsdale volunteer fire department.