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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Rollover Crash On Sweden Hill Road

Rollover Crash On Sweden Hill Road
Sweden Township Police Department Responded to a one vehicle/rollover accident @ approx.5:30pm yesterday (12-22-12). 

A vehicle driven by a 20 year old. Coudersport man on Sweden Hill Rd. Just west of Neefe Rd was traveling to fast for road conditions, and with high winds and drifts in the highway, lost control of his E bound vehicle, went off the highway,crossed back across both lanes and stuck the embankment on the south side of the highway, and rolled over onto its roof. 

The operator refused medical treatment and the vehicle was towed by Chapell towing. Was assisted at the scene by Coudersport Fire Dept. and Cdspt Ambulance. The operator will be cited for safe speed.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

pendot had re-survayed sweden hill rd sr1002 to 25 mph the entire length over a year ago, so why has it not been legaly posted 25 mph ?

Anonymous said...

no i hit a snow drift right as the wind picked up, while the road was not properly maintained, slid sideways then slid into and rolled over on the bank....and wasnt speeding

Anonymous said...

Are yo kidding me, this road. Easily a 35mph road. Safe at that speed. 25 mph i can walk that fast. Sleepwalk at that.

Anonymous said...

How fast does a human walk?

It depends on how quickly the human in question puts one foot in front of the other -- factors such as length of stride, weight, and type of terrain effect this. Generally speaking, most people walk at 2.5 to 3 miles per hour. Typically 4 MPH is considered a brisk walk, and at about 6 MPH, you're jogging. Over a long distance (e.g., a marathon) 12 MPH is a world-record pace.


The average person can run from somewhere between 12-17mph.


So ya, let me see ya walk 25mph... Sleep walking.... Through 5 feet of snow...

Anonymous said...

Should have anticipated the drift.
You are 20 years old, live in that area and probably a graduate of highschool.
Use your head! That's why God gave it too you.