Posted on Aug 05, 2013
A August 3, 2013 Halifax car accident in Dauphin County sent four people to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center this past weekend. Three of the four people appeared to have sustained major injuries. According to Pennsylvania state police in Lykens, Pennsylvania, Brandon Hoover, 22, was driving his vehicle on Armstrong Valley Road near Halifax Area High School when he crossed into the southbound lane.
Another vehicle that was traveling in the southbound lane attempted to swerve away, but ultimately, the two vehicles collided. The front right bumper of the vehicle Hoover was driving hit the second car, a Subaru Outback, in the front right quarter panel and continued impact down to the passenger side of the car, police said.
Police have charged Hoover with driving on the wrong side of the road but they are investigating the accident to see if he was under the influence of controlled substances at the time of the crash.
If you have any information on the Central Pennsylvania car accident contact the Pennsylvania State Police in Lykens.
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