Police identify drivers involved in 3 recent regional crashes
The driver who was injured Wednesday afternoon when his car and a water tanker collided in the westbound lanes of Interstate 180 near the Lycoming Mall was Keith Snavely, 34, of Mill Hall, state police said.
Snavely was treated at UPMC Williamsport. The other driver was Timothy Schmouder, of Lock Haven, police said.
The drivers involved in last week’s collision involving a city police cruiser and a Subaru Crosstrek were city Patrolman Damon Cole and Jamie Cizilo, of Williamsport, city police said.
Cole, en route to an emergency call, had his cruiser’s emergency lights and siren activated when his northbound vehicle and the woman’s westbound car collided at Fourth and Market streets about 7:40 p.m. March 2, police said.
Cole was treated at UPMC Williamsport.
Concerning another crash last week, this one in the 1800 block of East Third Street on March 3, the passenger riding in a Ford Focus driven by Brooke Spicer, of Williamsport, who was injured and taken to the hospital was Patrick Intallura, 23, also of Williamsport, state police said.
Spicer’s car and another driven by Brian Warnecke, of Muncy, collided, police said.