Posted on Jun 13, 2014
According to the Lebanon Daily News, three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash at West Lincoln Avenue, also known as Route 422, and North College Street, also known as Route 501, in Myerstown at 6:19 p.m. Wednesday, June 11, 2014.
Dale Baylor, Lebanon, was driving east on West Lincoln Avenue when a westbound vehicle driven by Susanna J. Byler, Lebanon, turned onto North College Street, and the two vehicles collided, police said. Byler was charged with a turning violation, police said. Both vehicles were towed.
Byler was released after treatment at the Good Samaritan Hospital, while Baylor was released after treatment at the Hershey Medical Center, hospital spokespeople said.
Lisa M. Baylor, Lebanon, a passenger in Baylor’s vehicle, was listed in fair condition Thursday at the Hershey Medical Center, a spokeswoman said. If you have any information on this Lebanon car accident, please contact the police immediately.
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