Three People Hurt in Upper Hanover, Pennsylvania Car Crash

On Monday, October 4, 2010 three people were injured in an Upper Hanover car accident near Geryville Pike.

A 63-year-old man was driving his 2004 Ford Econoline E250 west on Route 663 when he attempted to stop at a red light at the intersection approaching Geryville Pike. Due to the wet road conditions, he was unable to stop his vehicle.

At the same time, a 67-year-old Perkiomenville woman was driving north on Geryville Pike. She proceeded through the intersection on a green light but did not notice the Ford truck sliding toward her. Her 1999 Chevrolet Blazer was struck in the passenger side by the truck and was pushed into a PPL utility pole at the northwest corner of the intersection.

The Perkiomenville woman, the driver of the Ford truck, and a 30-year-old male passenger in the truck were all injured in the accident. All the victims were transported by EMS to Lehigh Valley Hospital.

There is no further information as to the injuries that were sustained; however, all occupants were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.

The Pennsylvania accident attorneys at Cordisco & Saile wish all of the involved parties a speedy recovery from the injuries they have sustained in this unfortunate Pennsylvania car crash.