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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Man Injured In Keating Summit Crash Sunday

A Roulette man was injured Sunday at 10:15 PM when his vehicle crashed while attempting to avoid a deer on Route 155 in Keating Township, Potter County.

Luis M. Rodreguez, 35, of Roulette, PA, was traveling north on Rt. 155, left the eastern side of the roadway to avoid hitting a deer, and impacted a tree on the passenger side of his 2004 Chrysler Sebring causing disabling damage.

Rodrgurez suffered unknown injuries and was transported to Charles Cole Hospital by Austin EMS. Trooper Gerg, who investigated, said Rodrigeuz was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol. Charges are pending in District Court 55-3-01.


Anonymous said...

wow I find this hard to believe there aren't no deer around! The only way I'd believe this is there was deer hair somewhere on the car..

Anonymous said...

Where do you live that you don't see any deer? I see them every night coming home from work. I travel through Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter counties.

Anonymous said...

If he was intoxicated, maybe it wasn't a deer that he saw but a pink elephant.

Avid Travlers said...

We see deer just about every time we are on the road, Pal. Many left around.

Anonymous said...

I know it's hard to say then do, but NEVER swerve to miss a deer.