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ALLEGHENY TOWNSHIP, PA. – Police and firefighters responded to a two vehicle crash in Allegheny Township at approximately 7:00 am Thursday morning.
Allegheny Township Police Chief John Fontaine said the crash occurred when one vehicle headed eastboud on Rt. 56 towards Vandergrift collided with an SUV that was making a left hand turn onto Town Center Drive. The Chevy pickup truck sustained heavy front end damage in the crash and the vehicle’s forward momentum resulted in the truck hitting a high curb climbing the hillside striking several large landscaping rocks.
Chief Fontaine said one male was transported by Lower Kiski EMS to Forbes Regional Hospital and the other male went to the hospital by private vehicle. Law Enforcement Officer Mark Junod* investigated the crash while Markle and Allegheny Township firefighters assisted police at the scene with traffic control and debris removal. Kochka Towing Service removed both vehicles from the scene.
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