Legal news for Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Accident lawyers— Police reported a Pennsylvania three-car pile-up occurred-two suffered minor injuries.
Cumberland County, PA (NewYorkInjuryNews.com) – A three-vehicle pile-up on Route 581 sent two people to the hospital for minor injuries Wednesday morning, November 4, 2009, announced The Patriot News.
Police and Emergency medical services (EMS) responded to the scene of the crash on Route 581.
State police reported that the wreck took place in Camp Hill around 7:40 a.m., when three cars rear-ended one another. The crash took place when traffic slowed and 66-year-old Shianne Johnson, in her 2003 Kia Sedona, was struck from behind by 44-year-old Tonya Harden in her 2007 Toyota Corolla.
Harden was first rear-ended by a 2000 Nissan Altima, operated by Samantha Ingavo. The three-car pileup sent Ingavo and her passenger, 39-year-old Debra Hawk, to the hospital to be treated by doctors and nurses for their injuries. Their injuries were not specified by officials.
Police reported that Ingavo was issued a citation for speeding, which was the cause of the crash. Hawk had been reportedly wearing her seat belt, while Ingavo was not buckled into her seat. Police investigated the crash.