At 1 am on Thursday 12/4/14, emergency crews were alerted to a vehicle accident with entrapment at the intersection of Mansfield Rd and Boston Hollow Rd (Rt 48) in Elizabeth Twp.
Crews arrived to find the accident on Mansfield Rd with a SUV on its side and one person trapped.
Rescue crews stabilized the vehicle and cut the roof off to get patient access and free the driver.
Units on scene included 140 Rescue 7 (Central), 184 Engine (Lincoln), 140 Rescue 4 (Greenock), 140 Squad 7 (Central), and 140 Engine 3 (ETFD 1).
Elizabeth Twp EMS provided emergency medical services on scene. Elizabeth Twp police were also on scene handling police duties and traffic control.
Around 8:30am on Tuesday November 18th, crews were dispatched to Lovedale Road at Mill Hill Road in Elizabeth Twp for a single vehicle accident with injuries.
Police arrived and updated the call to be on the Lincoln Borough side of Lovedale Road.
Fire crews arrived to find one vehicle against a hillside and utility pole with one person injured.
Elizabeth Twp EMS transported the driver to a local hospital.
Lincoln Engine 184, Central 140 Rescue 7, and Greenock 140 Squad 4 handled duties on scene.
Elizabeth Twp and Lincoln police departments were also on scene.
One lane was shut down during the incident, and one person was cited for driving too fast through the emergency scene.
The vehicle was towed and the roadway was reopened shortly after 9am.
A car accident near Corry on Sunday sent one woman to the hospital.
The accident happened just before 6 p.m in Wayne Township.
The car was heading east on Route 6 when it hit a guardrail and flipped over, landing upright in Baskin Run.
Fire officials at the scene tell us the driver was an elderly woman who may have fallen asleep at the wheel.
Emergency crews took the victim to Corry Hospital with what they say are minor injuries.
Read more: http://www.yourerie.com/news/news-article/d/story/accident-sends-one-person-to-hospital/65217/NBVu2LHAcE2JRj40y_NVrA
A car rolled over on Cardiff Road in Nanty Glo in Cambria County on Monday afternoon.
The calls came in to the Police shortly after noon on Monday.
The driver was able to get out of the car but was taken to the hospital. Cardiff Road was closed for a short time as the Police cleaned up the wreckage.
The Police believe the wet roads may be to blame.
Read more: http://www.fox8tv.com/News/NewsDetails.asp?NewsID=15152
September 2, 2014- One person was rushed to the hospital following a one car crash in the city.
Just before 3 this morning, emergency crews were called to that accident at West 10th and Peach Streets.
When crews arrived on the scene, they found a car had crashed into a utility pole, and while the driver, a man, was able to get out of the wreckage, the passenger, a woman, in the vehicle was entrapped.
Erie police say the car was traveling East on West 10th when, for an unknown reason, the driver lost control and hit a fure hydrant and a utility pole.
After being freed from the wreckage, the passenger was rushed to UPMC Hamot for treatment, as was the driver.
By Mary Pickels Trib Total Media – photo by Mat Walter
The owner of an Elizabeth Township hardware store was cleaning up his family business that was damaged Sunday when a driver crashed into the storefront.
“We got a call that a young lady apparently lost control of her car and came into our two front (glass) doors. She smashed up the cashier booth,” Tom Walter, owner of the 59-year-old R.C. Walter and Sons True Value Hardware, said about the 10 a.m. crash on Boston Hollow Road.
No one was injured. Had the store been open, he said, employees would have staffed the booth and customers likely would have been near the storefront.
“We were lucky no one was here, or they would have gotten hurt,” Walter said.
Elizabeth Township police and fire officials could not be reached.
Buckets of driveway sealer burst inside the store, and the glass doors were “gone. She did a good job on them,” Walter said.
“There is no major structural damage. It’s mostly superficial,” he said.
The store was scheduled to be closed on Monday for the Labor Day holiday.
“We hope to open on Tuesday,” Walter said.
By WTAJ News
Four people were sent to the hospital after a two-car crash in Bedford County.
Police say it happened around 9:30 Tuesday night when two cars collided on Allegheny Road in Harrison Township. Four crews were called to the scene. Two people were flown to the Altoona Trauma Center while the other two were taken by ambulance.
No word yet on the condition of those involved or the cause of the crash.
Read More: http://www.wearecentralpa.com/story/d/story/crash-in-bedford-county-sends-four-to-hospital/26084/ThAraFLGukqLIzWLwHZetA