York Man Seriously Injured in ATV Crash in Schuylkill County, Police Still Investigating
State Police say they’re still investigating an ATV crash late last month in Schuylkill County.
A York man was seriously injured in the crash that happened back on Aug. 26, at around 7:30 p.m.
The crash reportedly happened along Schwenks Rd. in Hubley Township, police say.
The identity of the man is not provided, other than he’s 38 years old. He was taken from the scene by medical helicopter to Geisinger hospital in Danville for treatment of his injuries.
In other news …
New Hope Man Suspected of DUI in Crash that Injured Pine Grove Woman
A New Hope man faces a DUI charge following a crash in Washington Township in late-August.
According to State Police in Schuylkill Haven, the crash happened along Deturksville Rd. back on Aug. 25, at about 1:30 p.m.
They say the unnamed New Hope man crashed into a utility pole. His vehicle then spun and hit a parked vehicle nearby.
His passenger, a 28-year-old woman from Pine Grove was taken to Hershey Medical Center for treatment of her injuries.
Biglerville Man Injured in Suedberg Crash
A Biglerville man was injured back on Aug. 28 in a crash along Suedberg Rd. in Pine Grove Township.
Police say the crash happened in the eastbound lane of Route 443. A vehicle driven by Timothy Guyer, of Biglerville, was approaching the highway’s intersection with Route 645.
At that same time, a vehicle driven by Timothy Schneck, of Pine Grove, was in the right lane of Route 645 at a stop sign. As Guyer tried to turn left onto Route 645, he lost control of his vehicle and it slid on its side. It slid into Schneck’s vehicle and then continued sliding on the road and into a grass field.
Guyer was taken to Hershey Medical Center for treatment of his injuries sustained in the crash.
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