Route 61 Pa. Car Accident Injures Girardville Woman
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Sep 29, 2014 in News
Posted on Sep 29, 2014
The Sunbury Daily Item is reporting that a Girardville woman is in serious condition following a two-car accident Saturday at the Route 61 intersection outside the Wal-Mart department store. According to Coal Township police reports, Kevin Thomas, of Kulpmont, was traveling north on Route 61 at 10:13 a.m. this past Saturday morning when he came to a stop at a red traffic light, waiting to enter the Wal-Mart. His 2012 Jeep was struck from behind by a 1999 Dodge Stratus driven by John Weidensaul, of Girardville. Jillian Yackera, of Girardville, was a passenger in Weidensaul’s vehicle. Both of them were injured.
If you have any information on the accident which is still under investigation, please contact the Coal Township Police Department at (570) 644-0333
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