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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

4 Hurt In 3 Car Crash On Route 49 In Allegany Township

Three Car Crash Injures 4
Four people involved in a three vehicle accident Monday at 3:35 pm, on Route 49, near the top of 7 Bridges Hill in Allegany Township, suffered minor to moderate injuries according to a news release by Coudersport troopers this morning.


The crash occurred as Kristen A. Gray, 18, of Ulysses, PA, was driving a 1998 Subaru Legacy Outback west on Route 49.

Darrell L. Hults, 70, of Turtlepoint was driving a 2006 Chrysler Town & Country van west on Route 49.

John J. Campbell, 60, of Harrison Valley, PA, was driving a Dodge Caravan eastbound behind the Hults van.

Gray was negotiating a right hand turn and lost control due to snow covered roads and her speed. Her vehicle crossed the centerline of the roadway, sliding sideways, and struck Hults' van on the front driver's side bumper area of the vehicle.

Hults' van was forced off the roadway.

Gray's Subaru then spun around 360 degrees and continued traveling west, where it struck Campbell's Caravan on the front driver's side of the front bumper.

Gray, Hults, and Shirley J. Redmond, 70, of Port Allegany, a passenger in the Hults van, were all transported to Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, for treatment of minor injuries by ambulances from Tri-Town Fire Department and Coudersport Area Ambulance Service.

A second passenger in the Hults van, a 17 year old male from Ulysses, was reported to have sustained a moderate injury, but the news release indicated no ambulance transport.

Campbell was not injured.

Police reported all involved were wearing seat belts. Gray will be charged with (not) Driving Vehicle At Safe Speed.

Route 49 was closed at the accident location for nearly 2 hours. Tri-Town Fire Dept. and Coudersport Fire Department provided assistance and traffic control at the scene.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

I want to thank everyone who responded to this call. Bless everyone of you.