Two-Vehicle Crash on Route 322, Local Woman Injured

A moving ambulance on it''s way to a crash site.WINSLOW TWP., Pa. (EYT) – According to DuBois-based State Police, a two-vehicle accident occurred on State Route 322, west of Church Street, in Winslow Township, Jefferson County.

Police say around 3:45 p.m. on December 22, 34-year-old Maria L. Homan and 37-year-old Glenn A. Robinson, both of Reynoldsville, were involved in the collision.

According to police, Homan was traveling eastbound on Route 322 in a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. There was a line of cars in front of her vehicle slowing down, so the first one could turn into a driveway. The first two vehicles went around the turning vehicle. Robinson was driving the third vehicle – a 1997 Ford Expedition; he hit his brakes abruptly. Homan – traveling behind Robinson – failed to come to a stop, and her Pontiac Grand Am struck the Ford Expedition in the rear.

The Pontiac came to a final rest in the eastbound lane on Route 322. The Ford came to a final rest in the driveway that the first vehicle was turning into.

The Pontiac sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Jewell’s Towing. The Ford was able to be driven away from the scene.

Reynoldsville Ambulance Service transported Homan to Penn Highlands DuBois for treatment of injuries of unknown severity.

A 3-year-old female passenger in her vehicle was not injured.

Homan was not using a seat belt.

Robinson and his passengers – 36-year-old Jessica M. Pearce, a 12-year-old female, and a 9-year-old male, all of Reynoldsville – were using seat belts and were not injured.

An 8-year-old female passenger in Robinson’s vehicle was transported to Penn Highlands DuBois for an evaluation, according to police.

Homan was charged with a traffic violation.

Reynoldsville Volunteer Fire Department assisted at the scene.


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