Pennsdale Head-on Wreck Injures One (December 13, 2017) A Pennsdale head-on wreck injures one woman and leaves a young man uninjured.
In an article by the Sun Gazette, the accident was described as a head on collision between two mid-sized trucks, a pickup truck by the Ford Motor Company and a Chevy Equinox sport utility vehicle. Photos from the Sun Gazette show massive damage to the front driver side of the Ford pickup, there wasn’t and details about the Chevy Equinox except the report from the Pennsdale Fire Department (Volunteer) that the woman driving the Chevy had to be extracted from the sport utility vehicle. The young man who was driving the Ford was apparently not hurt in the accident.
The accident remains a bit of a mystery. At the time of the Sun Gazette article, neither the names or ages of the man or woman driving the vehicles in the accident were made available by authorities. The man driving the Ford, described as a younger man, was reported to be ok and the woman driving the Chevy, described as an older woman, was reported to have minor injuries. No information about the type of injuries she sustained were shared and authorities indicated that the accident scene and the events that transpired to cause the head-on wreck remain under investigation.
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