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East Lampeter Accident In Lancaster County Causes Injuries

Posted Scott B. Cooper on Jul 11, 2012 in Car Accidents

According to the Lancaster New Era, two people were injured when a car crashed in East Lampeter Township on Tuesday, a fire official said.
A 17-year-old Lancaster girl was driving east on Walnut Street and tried to make a left turn onto the westbound ramp to Route 30 at 3:51 p.m., township police Lt. Robin Weaver said.
Her Dodge Neon struck a sign on the right side of the road, went up a steep embankment and rolled over onto its roof.
There were also three passengers in the vehicle, he said.
All the occupants were out of the car when firefighters arrived, city fire bureau Capt. Jeffrey Oatman said.
Two of them were injured and were taken to the hospital by Lancaster EMS, he said.
None of their injuries were life-threatening, Weaver said.
City, Lafayette and Witmer firefighters responded to the wreck.
The teen driver is being cited with careless driving, Weaver said.
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