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Warren Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer News Conewango Township Crash

October 7, 2011

October 8, 2011, Warren, PA — Two men were injured in a Warren County car accident at the intersection of Route 62 and Route 69 in Conewango Township yesterday. Police report that a Warren man was southbound on Route 62 when a vehicle driven by a man from Randolph, NY when the New York driver ran a red light for traffic on Route 69 and cause the Warren car crash.*

Both the New York man and his passenger were injured in the Warren, Pennsylvania auto wreck and taken to Warren General Hospital by Emergency Personnel. It has been reported that their injuries were not life-threatening.

The Warren man was not injured in the intersection collision, according to sources.

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For more information on Pennsylvania car collisions, visit our car accident page or take advantage of our offer to give you a free book, “The Ultimate Guide to Car Accident Cases in Pennsylvania: A Roadmap to Justice.” We are Pennsylvania car crash lawyers representing people injured in Warren County, Pennsylvania who believe in providing free information to the public about car accident injuries and the cases that result from them. To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Warren injury lawyers, call today toll free at 814-273-2010 or locally at 814-273-2010. If your injuries or circumstances prevent you from coming to us, we’ll come to you.

* 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 Warren County, Crawford County, Erie 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Beginning August 1, 2011, Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., P.C. has determined that names of car accident victims will not be published out of respect for the victim and their family.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.