Chain Collision Car Accident on Route 54 In Central Pennsylvania Causes Injuries
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Mar 26, 2013 in News
Posted on Mar 26, 2013
A serious four-vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer that crushed the rear of a Ford Mustang on March 25, 2013 did not cause any fatalities but did cause injuries. The chain-reaction car accident occurred on Route 54 just outside Elysburg in central Pennsylvania. The collision - which trapped two drivers in their cars - occurred just west of Farnsworth Camping Center facility.
Police did not release the names of the people in the crash, but said five people were taken to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, after the accident.
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