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July 7, 2018

York, PA – High Speed Chase Ends in Crash

Car Crashes into Side of Woman’s Home York, PA (July 4, 2018) – On Wednesday, a man named Kameron Smith crashed his car into the side of a woman’s house. Smith was driving 80 mph under the influence while trying to escape authorities. The chase went on for 2 miles until Smith drove into the southbound lane on North George Street in Manchester Township, where he crashed into the side of Jennifer Smith’s home. Officials state that Smith was driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle. Jennifer Smith’s home surveillance captured the accident. The crash left a large hole in the side […]
January 24, 2018

Lancaster Hit and Run Accidents: What Can You Do?

Posted on January 24, 2018 In Lancaster County two days ago, an account of vehicular damage was taken after two men were spotted getting into a parked, running vehicle. They attempted to pull out of the parking space but backed into another vehicle. After the accident, they then pulled forward into the vehicle in front, preceded to get out of the vehicle, and escape on foot. Though nobody was injured, this act of negligence could have easily become more than just property damage – it could have become a serious injury case. But what happens in a hit and run […]
January 22, 2018

Parked Car Accidents: A Closer Look at an Uncommon Accident

Posted on January 22, 2018 Last night, a 92-year-old and 82-year-old were injured after a crash in Lancaster. The crash happened before 8:30 PM when the 92-year-old struck a parked BMW while driving a van on the street. When emergency personnel arrived at the scene, the van was on its side and an 82-year-old had to be removed from the wreckage. Both people involved in the accident were taken to local hospitals with injuries. In all, due to the accident, three parked cars sustained damages. Cars were pushed into one another and rolled to their sides. Luckily, nobody was inside […]
January 10, 2018

When You Strike an Animal on the Road and Are Injured

On Sunday in West Earl Township in Lancaster, a 23-year-old man struck a loose horse on the roads and was announced to be in critical condition. The horse broke free from a man from Manheim as he was attempting to hitch it to a buggy. The man was then transported to the injuries from the crash and listed as critical condition and the horse was killed as a result. Unfortunately, these accidents can happen faster than anything when an animal gets loose or a wild animal is attempting to scurry across the roads when cars are headed to their destinations. […]