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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Lewis Run Woman Gets Minor Injury In Roulette Crash

State Police have released information on the Sunday crash on Route 6 in Roulette Township at 3:30 pm.

Susan M. Beckwith, 55, of Lewis Run, PA, was driving a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt west on Route 6, attempting to negotiate a left hand curve. Her car left the travel portion of the highway along the north berm.

Beckwith then lost control which traveled along the roadway for 140 feet before striking a utility pole. The impact broke off the utility pole and caused the Cobalt to flip onto it's roof.

Roulette Fire Rescue and Ambulance responded to the scene and treated Beckwith for a minor injury. She refused transport to a hospital. She was wearing a seat belt in the crash. She will be cited for Driving on Roadways Laned For Traffic.

Fire personnel maintained traffic control at the scene. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Kightlinger Motors.


Anonymous said...

This just tickes me off!!! That state cop who basically did the same thing won't be cited for " Driving on Roadways Laned For Traffic" what a joke.

Anonymous said...

Are you suprised? Cops never do no wrong. They are such upstanding people, who protect & serve. Here is who they protect, themselves,and serve for their corporal; or superior officer. Neither protect & Serve states to help normal civilians.

Anonymous said...

this was an accident in which she was very lucky not to get hurt ( AN ACCIDENT ). She shouldn't be cited for anything. Why is the State of Penn so greedy on charging big $ for everything that comes down the pike. What does that mean "Driving on Roadways Laned For Traffic"