Franklin County Car Crash And Injuries Caused By Cow In Road
Posted Scott B. Cooper on May 19, 2014 in Car Accidents
According to the Chambersburg Public Opinion, a Harrisonville man was injured after crashing into a cow in the roadway before hitting a house. Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg said Randy E. Black, Harrisonville, suffered moderate injuries in the crash early Saturday morning, May 20, 2014.
Police said he was driving south on Pa. 655 when he struck a cow standing in the southbound lane. He tried to gain control of his Toyota Tacoma after being struck by the air bag but left the road and struck a home at 348 Pitt St., Hustontown. Hustontown EMS transported Black to Fulton County Medical Center.
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