Posted on Mar 02, 2015
The Chambersburg Public Opinion is reporting about major injuries suffered in a Quincy Township accident. The injuries were suffered by two people in a crash on Anthony Highway. According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg, Sidney E. Miller, 72, Mont Alto, was driving south on Anthony Highway last week when he tried to turn left into the Susquehanna Bank parking lot
His Ford Windstar crossed into the path of a southbound Pontiac Montana driven by Christopher A. Smith, 28, Fayetteville. Miller suffered moderate injuries in the crash. Smith and his passenger, Daniel Grove, 48, Fayetteville, both suffered major injuries.
The three involved in the crash were taken to Chambersburg, York and Meritus hospitals. Miller was cited. Mont Alto, Fayetteville, and Waynesboro EMS assisted at the scene. If you have any information on the crash please contact the Pa. State Police in Chambersburg.
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