August 17, 2011, ERIE, PA — Two women were injured in Erie yesterday when a car pulled in front of them on West 12th Street in Millcreek Township.* The Erie car accident involved four vehicles, including two vehicles parked at a Millcreek car dealership.
According to early reports, the Pennsylvania car accident occurred near 4:30 p.m. when a sport utility vehicle exiting the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant at 2656 West 12th Street entered the roadway directly into the path of a westbound Honda Accord. The Honda then veered off the road and struck two parked vehicles in Tim Deluca’s Auto Service and Sales, 2670 West 12th Street.
Both women injured in the Erie car wreck were passengers in the Honda Accord. Volunteers from West Lake Fire Department freed one of the two women who were trapped in the wreckage following the Pennsylvania auto crash.
The women were taken to UPMC Hamot with Erie car accident neck and back injuries. No other information was available as to their condition. The driver of the SUV reported no injuries from the collision.
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* Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., P.C. are Pennsylvania injury lawyers headquartered in Erie who are committed to educating the public about accidents and injuries in Erie County, Crawford County, Warren County and Venango County. Beginning August 1, 2011, Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., P.C. has determined that names of car accident victims will not be published out of respect for the victim and their family. Accident victim names may be published here in those circumstances where the victim is a public figure or the victim’s identity is important for reasons of story or message.