Mahanoy Township Pennsylvania Car Accident Injures Three
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Oct 15, 2014 in News
Posted on Oct 15, 2014
The Republican Herald is reporting that three people were taken to a Pottsville hospital after two vehicles collided yesterday afternoon on the Pottsy Hill in Mahanoy Township. Township police Chief Brandon Alexander said the crash occurred about 1:30 p.m. at a sharp curve about a half-mile south of Mahanoy City. He said Joseph S. Beury, Mahanoy City, was driving a car north when he entered the curve, crossed over the center line of the road and collided with a southbound Jeep driven by George A. Stephenson, Pottsville.
After impact, Stephenson’s vehicle went off the road, while Beury’s car continued several hundred feet north, coming to a stop in the northbound lane. Beury, Stephenson and a passenger in the Jeep, Edmund Jones, also of Pottsville, were all taken to Schuylkill Medical Center-East Norwegian Street by Mahanoy City EMS. Alexander said Beury suffered rib injuries, while both Stephenson and Jones were transported for evaluation.
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