SUGARCREEK BORO, Pa. – A two-vehicle crash in Sugarcreek Boro yesterday afternoon and it was fortunate that the four people involved in the crash escaped injury.
Police reported that at around 12:12 in the afternoon of October 27, 2012, a crash occurred at the red light on State Route 62 at Giant Eagle and Sugarcreek Township Center Road.
According to police, a driver identified as 57-year-old Stephen K. Amsler resident of Mercer was stopped in a 1999 Ford at the red light facing west.
It happened that 22-year-old operator identified as Steven J. Roser of Rouseville was traveling west on the same route in a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt; however, he failed to stop for the red light and crashed on the rear of Amsler’s vehicle.
Amsler was not injured as he was wearing a seat belt.
Roser driver his Chevrolet had two passengers, identified as 26-year-old Karlye Gelts of Seneca and a 2-year-old boy, also of Seneca. They were also wearing seat belts and were not injured.
Both cars were damaged, as the Chevrolet suffered disabling damage while the Ford suffered minor damage.
A towing company got the vehicle away from the scene.
Roser was cited with a traffic violation.
On October 11, 2012, Franklin-based state police reported that a one-car crash occurred in the same place in Sugarcreek Boro, Venango County, Pa.
At around 6:30 that morning, Tonya S. Hicks of Cooperstown, Pa., was driving east on State Route 322 in her 2004 Dodge Durango when a deer emerged on the roadway from the south berm and impacted with the front end of the vehicle.
Hicks and her 9-year-old passenger were not injured; they were both wearing seat belts.
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