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February 8, 2018

Franklin County Car Crash: Multiple Vehicles Involved

Posted on February 8, 2018  This morning, a Franklin County car crash involving multiple vehicles closed all lanes of I-81 north between Exits 16 and 17. The crash happened early this morning, right around 7 a.m., leading to traffic being routes off I-81 at Exit 14. Multi-vehicle crashes have been happening spontaneously around Pennsylvania this past week as weather took a turn for the worst and snow and ice have coated many roadways. Just like the Franklin County car crash, many multi-vehicle accidents have happened at alarming rates, involving many different parties and few injuries. Multi-Vehicle Accidents: A Serious Type […]
February 4, 2018

Multiple Road Closures and Accidents From Snowfall Around Pennsylvania

Posted on February 4, 2018 With snow falling across Pennsylvania today, many areas have been announcing road closures and accidents. In certain areas, PennDOT has also issued speed restrictions. So far, we know this: All lanes are closed on Route 225 headed toward Harrisburg in both directions due to a crash on Peters Mountain. In another instance, I-81 was closed but has been reduced to a lane restriction due to a multi-vehicle crash occurring around 12:30 PM. Other crashes, some by themselves and others involving multiple vehicles, have occurred on PA Route 74 in Cumberland County, Exit 47B to PA […]
January 17, 2018

1 to 3 Inches of Snow in Lancaster Could Spell Out Accidents

Over the past two days in Lancaster County, snow relentlessly fell nonstop, with countywide reports showing about 1 to 3 inches of snow in most areas. Because of the snowfall, many people called off from work and school districts called off throughout the whole county. A winter weather advisory was placed in effect until 1:00 PM this afternoon. The snow created bad conditions on the roadways, leading to a couple accident events. In fact, throughout the past two days, there have been approximately 18 accidents reported in Lancaster County alone, with a few accidents south of the city as well. […]
January 14, 2018

Snowfall in Lancaster County Brings Risks of More Accidents

Snowfall has been scheduled to fall throughout Lancaster County this week, with forecasters suggesting it will bring frigid temperatures well into the midweek. With daytime temperatures at an all-time low and workers anticipating driving to and from work, this could make for dangerous road conditions – and a likelihood for more accidents. The National Weather Service has anticipated that less than an inch of snow could accumulate on Tuesday. When Accidents Involve Snowy Conditions All too often, adverse road conditions cause catastrophic accidents that could lead to severe injuries to those involved. Those who share the roadways must anticipate these […]