Three Injured in Snyder County Car Crash on New Berlin Highway

                By on August 1st, 2017 in Accident News

2 Injured in Crash at West 12 and State Streets in Erie
August 1, 2017
Cosmin Ganta and Epitacio Diaz-Morales ID’d as Tractor-Trailer Drivers Killed in Fiery Newville Crash
August 1, 2017

Mason Ritter, Steven Young, and Jeremy Shipman Injured in Snyder County Car crash

 Snyder County Car Crash

Three Injured in Snyder County Car Crash on New Berlin Highway

Snyder County, PA (August 1, 2017) – Three People were injured Thursday evening a car crash in Snyder County, according to a police report

The crash took place Thursday, July 27, at New Berlin Highway and State Route 104 in Snyder County.

According to Selinsgrove State Police, Jeremy Shipman of Shamokin Dam and Mason Ritter of Selinsgrove were driving in Hyundai Elantra on New Berlin Highway at about 5:50. Shipman stopped the car at the intersection with 104 State Route and planned to turn towards Middleburg Borough.

Trooper further added that Shipman was unable to turn successfully and a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado smashed into his vehicle. 22-year-old Steven Young was driving Silverado.

Shipman was transported to Evangelical Community Hospital for a possible leg injury.

Ritter was discharged from the hospital after being treated for a laceration to his head. Young suffered a minor facial injury, police say, but declined medical attention.

To gain benefit from a full-service law firm working round the clock to meet the client needs, contact Edelstein Martin & Nelson – Personal Injury Lawyers Philadelphia. We are specialists of wrongful death, personal injury and much more. Don’t consider yourself alone in this hour of need. Approach our highly qualified and expert workers. We fight the best for our clients. So, that our clients receive positive results. We strongly support our affiliation to the best of our abilities while working for our clients. Our client’s success means our success. Get in touch with us today. Dial (888) 208-1810 for more details.