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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

3 Coudersport Residents Unhurt In Grenman Hill Crash Wednesday Morning

Three Coudersport residents escaped injury Wednesday morning when their vehicles collided on Grenman Hill, 1/4 mile south of Carpenter Road at 9:05 am.

Troopers said Shirley Gleason, 69, of Coudersport, PA, was driving a 2001 Toyota RAV 4 south on Route 44, in Hebron Township.

Quinn R. Hanchett, 38, of Coudersport, PA, was driving a 1993 Ford F-250 north on Rt. 44.

As Gleason was negotiating a left turn, she lost control of the vehicle and traveled into the northbound lane, impacting the left side of Hanchett's truck with the front of her RAV 4.

After impact, Gleason's vehicle continued south on the northbound roadside for 243 feet before coming to rest. Hanchett's vehicle stopped at the point of impact.

Both drivers and Hanchett's passenger, Marion L. Hanchett, 41, of Coudersport, PA, were wearing seat belts and were not injured.

Both vehicles suffered severe damage and were towed from the scene.

Gleason was cited for (not) Driving Vehicle At Safe Speed.

Coudersport Fire Dept. assisted troopers at the scene. Coudersport ambulance and Medic 6 responded but were not needed.

3 comments :

kathy g said...

gLAD YOU ARE NOT HURT!!!!!

Anonymous said...

well.....here we go, got a ticket because of slippery roads, if the road was dry she wouldn't have slid. she's very lucky not to have been hurt and the state has their hand in her purse........what greed

Anonymous said...

Greed, Agreed. I am glad that no one was hurt. And if someone hits a deer, is it the driver's fault too? The ticket needs to be revolked.