Posted on : July 16, 2012
411 Pain Blog
Two Car Accident Shut Road Down
in Cranberry, PA
A two car accident in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania shut down traffic in the northbound lanes of route 19 at Rowan Road for over an hour on Rowan Road. The accident occurred just as the annual family event, Cranberry Community Days was ending. This only amplified the traffic build caused by the accident. Cranberry Township Police reported that the driver of a Chrysler 200 was responsible for the accident. Police say that the driver was “Traveling north on the highway at about 10 p.m. when he collided with a Subaru turning left from Route 19 onto Rowan Road in the opposite direction (cranberry.patch.com).”
The driver of the Subaru was required medical treatment, as well did her passenger. Their injuries were not life threatening. The driver of the Chrysler 200 refused medical treatment. Police are investigating the accident further. As of now, no charges have been made.
An auto accident can happen in any place at any time. 1 800 411 Pain would like to see the roads a safer place for all drivers. This is why they continue to provide drivers with the latest information on driver safety and accident statistics. 1 800 411 Pain is dedicated to keeping motorists informed with ways in which they can make driving a safer activity.
Robert Lewin, owner of 1 800 411 Pain, reminds you not to drink and drive and to
always wear your seatbelt.
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