Police ID crash victims
Four people were injured and taken to area hospitals following Sunday’s violent one-vehicle crash on Middle Road near Oval, according to state police.
Neither the driver of the 2002 Subaru Outback, Travis J. Wagner, 20, of Nisbet, nor any of his three teenage passengers were wearing seat belts when the Limestone Township crash happened about 4:40 p.m., Trooper Devin Park said.
Besides Wagner, also injured were Noah Brown, 19, of Montoursville; Devin T. Grassmyer, 19, of South Williamsport, and Tara M. Hall, 18, Park said, adding that all four were “suspected of suffering serious injuries.”
Wagner has since been discharged from Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, a nursing supervisor said Tuesday night. The supervisor said the hospital had no record of treating any of the other crash victims.
It was believed that Brown, Grassmyer and Hall all went to the UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center, which does not release condition reports on crash victims.
Wagner was traveling west on Middle Road when he lost control of his car which crossed into the eastbound lane, rotating 100 degrees clockwise before striking a utility pole, Park said. The car then traveled another 350 feet, overturning “five to six times,” he said.
Nippenose Valley volunteer firefighters as well as paramedics from Jersey Shore responded to the crash, which closed Middle Road for a period of time.
Concerning another crash, Kimberly Morrison, 57, of Montgomery, remained in critical condition Tuesday night at Geisinger with injuries she suffered when her car and a tractor-trailer truck collided at routes 15 and 54 in Clinton Township about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, the nursing supervisor said.