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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Vehicles Crash On Rt. 49 Tuesday

Both operators refused treatment after a two vehicle rear end crash at the intersection of Rt. 49 and Baker Creek Road near Coudersport on Tuesday at 12:02 PM.

A vehicle driven by Stephanie V. McGarvey, 53, of Port Allegany, PA, was eastbound on Rt. 49 and attempting to turn north onto Baker Creek Road.

A second vehicle, also eastbound, operated by Sean S. Batterson, 44, of Coudersport, PA, struck the McGarvey vehicle in the rear. Both vehicles were towed from the scene by Kightlinger's. Coudersport Fire and Ambulance assisted at the scene.

15 comments :

Anonymous said...

Rear ended by a state trooper following too close?

Anonymous said...

a cop -- wonder if there will be fines?

Anonymous said...

Where's Mr. Batterson's traffic ticket? I didn't see any listed in the article. Oh thats right he's a PSP officer. Silly me!

Anonymous said...

I love it! PSP making sure that anounymous bloggers have another conspiracy theory to chip away at their day.

Ticket?? No ticket?? Oh the drama!!!

Anonymous said...

P.S.P. I wonder if they will investagate? OH WHAT WAS I THINKING? Potter County Law Inforcement (Jail Guards, Coudersport Boro Cops and PSP are above that) Just ask Mrtin Causer. Sean Is a stand up guy, That said,When the Boys club does not police its self. The community soon dosent trust any of you!

Anonymous said...

I am truely interested in why Mr.Batterson did not see a turning vehicle. I refuse to jump to conclusions, but I certainly hope it did not involve a cell phone.

Anonymous said...

It's not good but it happens and the only thing I have to say is as long as he pays the fine we all know everyone gets it's not any more of a big deal than it would be with anyone else. That's why they are called accidents.

Anonymous said...

Jail guards are law enforcement???

Anonymous said...

4:21 In Coudersport they kind of are. When you have a cop Officer Collins moon lighting as a Seriffs Depty. Might be a conflict of interest??? If you know this guy. You might have figured out that he loves to play games. I do wonder if working in both Places is a conflict of interest.

Anonymous said...

Its called an accident for a reason people! If it was anyone else there where would be no talk about it! The whole drama club needs to look in the mirror and relise we are all on the same level. Its sad that a local guy who was born and raised here can't get respect.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone noticed the anti-US violence currently going on in the Middle East? Of course not. Because crap like this occupies your tiny brains..

Anonymous said...

How did officer collins get drug into this? Did somebody just wake up from a bender and decide to make their thoughts public. Really? So maybe the guy works two jobs while you watch CSI all night and sleep in until noon.

Anonymous said...

How about everyone just acts happy that no one got hurt. Sean is a stand up guy and i am sure he is greatful that no one got hurt....Keep being a good cop Sean..

Coudy Joe said...

I can't believe all of the Cop Bashers. Let them be a cop for a week and see if they survive. The officers put their lives at risk as soon as they put on the uniform. You know, Sean is also a human being. We do make mistakes. And yet all this against a man who puts his life at risk. Next time you see an officer, give him a hi five and remember the job they do.

Anonymous said...

Nothing can be learned to help prevent future incidents, if the details are never sought.