Route 30 Crash Sends 6 People To Hospital
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Oct 09, 2012 in Car Accidents
The Lancaster New Era is reporting that six people were taken to the hospital after a three-car wreck closed Route 30 in Mountville early this morning, October 9, 2012.
It happened in the westbound lanes of the highway between Druid Hill and Hill Street at 2:43 a.m., West Hempfield Township police said. Kelvin Jo Curet-Sanchez, 24, of York, fell asleep while driving his car and the car became disabled, police said. Two other cars driven by Melody A. Dougherty, 50, of Columbia, and Frank Bumbalow, 55, of Staten Island, N.Y., then struck Curet-Sanchez's car, police said.
Chelsie Lutz, 24, and Aubrie Lutz, 3, both of Columbia, were passengers in Dougherty's car. Bumbalow's passenger was his wife Gilda, 57, police said.
The drivers and passengers were transported to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment of a range of injuries.
Curet-Sanchez is being cited with careless driving, police said.
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