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Friday, December 30, 2011

Man Cited After Crash On Hickox-Ulysses Road

A Genesee man and his teenage passenger were not injured in a one car crash on the Hickox-Ulysses Road in Bingham Township on Wednesday.

Varley W. Fuller, 52, of Genesee, PA, was driving a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am north on SR 1011 at 11:00 am. As he was negotiating a left hand curve, the car began to rotate counter-clockwise. It crossed over the southbound lane and struck an embankment with the front driver side of the vehicle. It traveled south along the east embankment for about 50 feet before coming to rest.

Neither Fuller nor his 13 year old male juvenile passenger was injured in the crash.

Trooper Mark A. VanVolkenburg, who investigated, cited Fuller for (not) Driving Vehicle At Safe Speed and Immediate Notice Of Accident To Police Department in District Court 55-4-03.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Not to bash anyone but if it were a cop they wouldn't be cited at all. Now they cite you for "Driving at a safe speed" All they want is a way to get everyone's money! Although the man should have reported it as soon as it happened and I guess should have been driving the speed limit especially since he had a child with him.

Anonymous said...

Thats funny cause when you do call the State Police about and accident they get all pissy. So why if there were no injuries are they giving this guy a ticket? Just another PSP Gestapo act

Anonymous said...

i always thought you didn't have to cal the police if there was no type of property damamge and the car was able to be driven from the accident

Anonymous said...

Think of all the increased state income taxes you'd be paying if the fines issued by the PSP weren't in place. Those so called outrageously high fines help fund the PSP operations.

Anonymous said...

3:45 Sorry to tell you but the fine doesn't go to help pay for the Pa SP it goes to the township that the ticket was issued in and the wonderful Twp Supervisors get to spend it on anti-skid material that they leave in their sheds so as to make the roads more slippery so thus more tickets. Very vicious circle if you ask me. Just take a ride past Keating Twp's shed and see how little anti-skid they have used so far on the icy roads.

Anonymous said...

Seems he has a problem staying on the road. A week or so ago he drove into a garage on Winter Green Road.
The next time it might be some of you.