No one was injured in a one vehicle crash that occurred in Lycoming County’s Wolf Township on Monday, November 14th.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Montoursville in a report, a driver was headed north on Clarkstown Road in a 2015 Chevrolet Trax LT at about 5:35 p.m. The driver’s name is not listed in the report, however the report lists that the driver is a female. As the vehicle drove along a sharp left curve at the Clarkstown Road/Buckhill Road intersection, the vehicle veered off the right side of the road. The vehicle traveled on the berm before the front right corner of the vehicle hit an embankment. The right side of the vehicle began going up the embankment. Then, the vehicle reentered the roadway. The vehicle rested on Clarkstown Road’s northbound lane and faced west.
The vehicle was still operable, and the driver continued heading north on Clarkstown Road. The driver was traveling to SR 118. The driver’s line of sight was negatively affected by the side air bags being deployed. The driver asked if she could travel to her home, which was not far from the crash scene. After the side air bags were removed from the vehicle, an officer told the driver to “proceed with caution.” The officer also told her not to drive the vehicle anymore until repairs are made.
On-Star initially reported the crash after the airbags deployed. Investigator Johnathan Buynak with the PSP in Montoursville looked at the crash scene and did not notice any damage to property. The driver was wearing her seat belt, and she was uninjured. The vehicle’s front right side and front end were damaged.