Paul Rochford, 92, Shirley Palmer, 82, Hospitalized in Crash in Penn Township
Penn Township, Pennsylvania (January 22, 2018) – Two people were injured when a driver crashed into parked vehicles Sunday night in Penn Township, police said.
The accident took place at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday, January 21, in Penn Township.
According to a police report, Paul Rochford, 92, was driving a Dodge Caravan north on South Main Street when he struck a parked BMW in the rear driver’s side, pushed the BMW into a parked Volkswagen which then rolled over and hit the back trunk of a parked Four Taurus.
Rochford and his passenger, Shirley Palmer, 82, both of the 100 block of Evergreen Court, Manheim, were extracted from their minivan and taken to local hospitals with injuries unspecified injuries.
Fortunately, no one was inside the parked vehicles, police said.
The parked vehicles sustained damages, as per the report.
An investigation into the crash remained underway.
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