Driver, Two Children Hurt in Two-Vehicle Crash on Route 219

car-accident-graphic-5254_jpg_475x310_q85-300x225BRADY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (EYT) – According to DuBois-based State Police, around 10:10 a.m. on January 1, a two-vehicle accident occurred on Carson Hill Road, State Highway 219, in Brady Township, Clearfield County.

Police say 31-year-old Sarah A. Hanslovan, of DuBois, and 19-year-old David R. Daugherty, of Stump Creek, were involved in the collision.

According to police, a 2000 Ford Focus, driven by Daughterty, was traveling south on Carson Hill Road in the right southbound lane.

Hanslovan was attempting to cross the southbound lane and turn left in order to travel northbound on Carson Hill Road from the parking lot of the former A and J Dairy Treat.

She failed to yield right-of-way pulling her 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee across the right southbound lane.

The Ford’s front impacted the Jeep’s left side.

The Ford came to a final rest facing south in the right southbound lane, and the Jeep came to a final rest facing a northern direction on the northbound shoulder of Carson Hill Road.

Ms. Hanslovan suffered minor injuries and was transported to Penn Highlands DuBois.

A passenger in her vehicle, 31-year-old Thomas M. Hanlovan, of DuBois, escaped injury.

Two other passenger’s in Hanslovan’s vehicle – a 4-year-old male, and a one-year-old female – were injured in the collision. The 4-year-old suffered injuries of unknown severity and the one-year-old suffered minor injuries.

Neither adult occupants in Hanslovan’s vehicle were using seat belts. Both children in the vehicle were using child safety seats.

The driver of the Ford Focus – David Daughterty and his passenger, 20-year-old Susan A. Unsworth, of Rossiter – were using seat belts and were not injured.

Hanslovan was charged with two traffic violations.

AmServ LTD DuBois Ambulance 43 and Brady Volunteer Fire Department assisted at the scene.

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