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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Multi-Vehicle Accident On Interstate 80

Multi-Vehicle Accident On Interstate 80

Fire Rescue and EMS personnel and equipment are on scene of a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 80 in the area of mile marker 127 between the Kylertown and Shawville exits.


Radio reports from the dispatch center there indicated at least 4 vehicles and possibly a tractor-trailer with multiple injuries. One lane of the Eastbound I-80 and one lane of the Westbound I-80 is closed at the present time.

UPDATE FROM CENTRE DAILY TIMES

One person died and another was seriously injured in a three-car crash on Interstate 80 in Clearfield County at about 9:15 p.m. Thursday.

According to state police at Clearfield, James A. Flora, 48, of Girard, was driving a tractor-trailer east near mile marker 127 in Graham Township when he lost control of the vehicle and sideswiped a Toyota carrying seven people. The Toyota spun out, striking the guiderail, and was struck by a second tractor-trailer driven by Raymond B. Gregory, 51, of Ambridge.

A male passenger in the Toyota, whose identity was withheld by police, died as a result of the crash, police said. Another passenger, a female, was seriously injured, police said.


Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/2012/01/20/3059731/one-dead-in-crash-on-i-80-in-clearfield.html#storylink=cpy

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

if we had WJAC-TV from Johnstown we could have seen this and other news but zitomedia decided we don't neede this anymore as we are in the buffalo area,,,my questiion is how many ads for our local congressman,legislature, or other Pa news did you see on wgrz-tv
thanks again zito for not thinking of your customers but you own agenda