Accidents

Altoona police

One vehicle crashed into another at 10:40 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of 19th Street and Sixth Avenue, prompting one of the drivers to flee before police arrived. In an online posting with a video of the crash, police reported that a suspect has been identified.

Bedford state police

June Kuklo, 77, Six Mile Run, suffered minor injuries Thursday when she lost control of her vehicle at Six Mile Run Road and Williams Hill Road, then struck a parked vehicle and a tree. The crash occurred as Kuklo was negotiating a left curve on Six Mile Run Road which had icy patches at the time of the crash. After leaving the road, Kuklo’s vehicle went through a yard, then struck a parked dump truck before hitting a tree. She was taken to JC Blair Memorial Hospital, Huntingdon, for treatment.

Jack L. Newhouse, 68, Surf City, N.C., driving a 2017 Chevrolet Corvette, failed to stay in his lane of traffic on Thursday morning and struck the rear tires of a tractor trailer diven by Kingsley Mensah, 45, Columbus, Ohio. The crash occured at Route 30 and Interstate 70 where both drivers were making left turns. Newhouse was cited for failing to drive on roadways laned for traffic. His vehicle had to be towed from the crash site.

Philipsburg state police

John P. Breezee, 49, Philipsburg, suffered minor injuries Saturday morning when he lost control of his vehicle on Route 322 at Kennel Lane. Breezee’s vehicle struck a snowbank before rolling onto its roof.

Nathan D. Horner, 28, Port Matilda, lost control of his vehicle Friday on Halfmoon Valley Road near Loveville Road, Halfmoon Township. While attempting to negotiate a left turn, Horner’s vehicle went off the road and struck a parked vehicle, then continued approximately 15 feet and struck another parked vehicle. Horner was cited for failing to drive on roadways laned for traffic.

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