Posted on Oct 13, 2014
The Lancaster New Era is reporting that two women were seriously injured in a two-vehicle Lancaster County Pennsylvania car accident yesterday morning in Bart Township, east of Quarryville. The 10 a.m. accident was on Route 896 at Bartville Road, east of Quarryville, state police said Sunday.
Both women were transported to a local hospital, and further details on their injuries were not immediately known. The two are 93-year-old Arlene Hershey of Oxford, driver of one vehicle involved, and her passenger, 71-year-old Carolyn Yingling of Reading. Hershey was driving a 1996 Buick westbound on Bartville Road when she attempted to make a U-turn and her vehicle was struck by a truck driven by Jack Green, 62, of Quarryville, who was not injured, according to state police.
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