Danielle Wittmeyer, Mark Weaver and 2 Others Injured in 3-Vehicle Crash on Route 322 and Wilson Chutes Road in Crawford County

By August 8, 2018 October 17th, 2018 Accident News

Danielle Wittmeyer, Mark Weaver Among 4 Injured in Crawford County Crash at Route 322 and Wilson Chutes Road

Danielle Wittmeyer

Danielle Wittmeyer, Mark Weaver and 2 Others Injured in 3-Vehicle Crash on Route 322 and Wilson Chutes Road in Crawford County

Crawford County, Pennsylvania (August 8, 2018) – Four people were injured in a crash between three vehicles on Saturday afternoon in Crawford County, according to the police.

The crash occurred at around 2:45 p.m. Saturday, August 4, at Cochranton Road (Route 322) and Wilson Chutes Road.

According to the police, Mark E. Weaver, 64, of Franklin, was driving a 2004 Ford Expedition westbound on Route 322 when he stopped to make a left turn onto Wilson Chutes Road and collided with an eastbound 2009 Jeep Wrangler driven by Danielle L. Wittmeyer, 34, of Cochranton.

The impact caused the Jeep to spin and collided with a 2006 Ford F-350 driven by Amanda L. Bell, 26, of Meadville, and who was waiting to make a turn onto Route 322.

Wittmeyer, Weaver and his two passengers were all transported to Meadville Medical Center with minor-to-moderate injuries.

No other injuries were reported from the crash.

Weaver was cited for left turn.

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