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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Second Passenger in Accident Dies

By Frank Williams on WESB Local News

A second woman has died after a two-vehicle crash Sunday night in Warren County. 

Bonnie Lucia
Anne Wolf
Police say that Bonnie Lucia, of Russell, who was a passenger in a car that crashed into a farm tractor on Route 957 in Sugar Grove Township, died Tuesday at UPMC Hamot in Erie. 

Anne Wolf of North Warren, another passenger in the vehicle which struck a farm tractor, also died in the crash. 

The driver of the car, 86 year-old Elizabeth Donovan of Warren, and a male passenger, were both taken to Warren General Hospital for treatment of injuries. 

The operator of the tractor, 37 year-old Travis Larson of Warren, wasn’t injured.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Those tractors shouldn't be on the road.They don't have plates or insurance,and are a menace to vehicle safety.

Plenty of times I've been stuck behind one of them,and have witnessed motorists passing them at a very unsafe manner.

They lack proper safety equipment(signals,mirrors,horns)and the drivers of them just make sudden dangerous stops and turns amidst legal vehicular traffic.

Owners of them should be made to trailer them on public roads.Just like everybody else,there are rules and regulations that they should be made to follow.

Why should a guy think it's OK to drive an illegal vehicle on public roads.If I drove my car with no lights,signals,mirrors,plates,and insurance on the highway,I'd be arrested and my vehicle towed and impounded.

Becky Naylor said...

There are rules and regulations to follow. They include you maintaining control of your vehicle at all times. The person driving this tractor has enough on his plate without ignorant comments through no fault of his own.

Anonymous said...

Read the vehicle code. It is NOT illegal

Anonymous said...

What makes you think the tractor was at fault? How are they to get from field to field or farm to farm? They pay their taxes just as much as you do and all the ones I have followed or seen have had lights on, flashers on etc. Maybe people should be a little more aware of their surroundings and take a little time to slow the heck down!! Next time you are picking up food items in your grocery store or sit down to eat in a restaurant don't forget the farmer who helped put that food there. If you read the original report the person driving the car went left of center and hit the tractor.

Anonymous said...

Really? The ignorance and total lack of knowledge in the first comment leaves me speechless.

Anonymous said...

So how in the hell does a farmer get his tractor from barn to field to field ..and who are you to judge a farmer if it wasn't for them we wouldn't have anything....