Rapho Township Accidents Reported - Injuries/House Damaged
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Mar 02, 2015 in Car Accidents
Posted on Mar 02, 2015
The Lancasteronline.com is reporting that two people suffered minor injuries in an early-morning accident in Rapho Township, yesterday. The crash took place around 8:30 a.m. at Cider Press and Shumaker roads, just east of the village of Mastersonville. According to Mastersonville deputy fire Chief Jeff Siegrist, a vehicle slid on the snow-covered roadway and went into a pole.
In another accident overnight, a vehicle went into a house in another section of Rapho Township. It was reported before 5 a.m., and occurred at Kinderhook Road at Hickory Street near the village of Newville, in the lower part of Rapho Township below Mount Joy. One person was injured, county reports said. The house had minor damage.
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