September 1, 2010, Cochranton, PA — Two PennDOT employees suffered minor injuries in a Cochranton, PA car accident when the driver of a PennDOT vehicle became ill and lost control of the vehicle.
The Times reports that a PennDOT truck was on West Adams Street yesterday near 9:45 am. The Erie car accident occurred when the driver of the truck became ill while driving across the West Adams Street Bridge over French Creek. The driver slumped over the wheel, hit a handicapped ramp, went through a parking lot and onto railroad tracks, where it rolled over.
Both the driver and a passenger were taken to Meadville Medical Center for evaluation of their Erie County car accident injuries.
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