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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Coudy Residents In Crash On I-78 Near Hamburg

Another tractor-trailer crashed into a line of cars stopped in a construction zone this afternoon on Interstate 78 in Tilden Township, causing a chain reaction and a traffic jam that lasted about an hour, police said.This time no one was hurt, unlike the crash that killed three people in a similar incident on I-78 last week.

Today, Richard Register Jr., 34, of Florida, was driving his truck east about 1:05 p.m. on I-78 near mile post 28, police said.He didn't see that traffic had stopped and plowed into the rear of a pickup truck driven by Kenneth Elrod, 59, of Coudersport, Potter County, police said. Elrod's passenger was Tammy Hallman, 58, also of Coudersport.

Elrod's truck rammed into the rear of a truck driven by Paul Barbato, 54, of New York, with a passenger, Louis Albantese, 57, of New York.Then Register's truck slammed into the side of Barbato's truck, police said.

A trooper at the state police Hamburg barracks said it took about 20 minutes to clear the crash site but traffic was delayed about an hour.He said traffic continued moving around the crash site.

Earlier this month, officials said a trucker caused a six-vehicle pile-up that killed three people.

On June 3, R. E. Gallman, 46, of Union, S.C., apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his eastbound rig loaded with frozen poultry at 12:42 p.m. and hit a line of cars that had slowed to merge to one lane before a construction site, near the Lehigh-Northampton county border.A Hellertown mother and daughter died in the fiery wreck.A New Jersey woman died from her injuries a day later.

Gallman has not been charged in the crash.

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