Berks County Car Accident On Labor Day Injures Pedestrian
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Sep 04, 2014 in Car Accidents
According to the Lebanon Daily News, the Pa. State Police in Reading are reporting that a car driven by Thomas Morgan of Mohnton, was traveling west on Route 422 in Marion Township when it struck Johnny Lugo of Reading, who was walking in the roadway just east of Sheridan Road at 9:12 p.m. this past Labor Day. Lugo was flown by Life Flight helicopter to Reading Hospital, where he was in good condition Wednesday, a hospital spokeswoman said. Both Lugo and the car came to rest about 100 feet from initial impact. Morgan, who was wearing a seat belt, sustained a minor injury due to the windshield breaking. The car was towed. The crash is under investigation.
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