Traffic Blotter: Motorcyclist Injured After Running Into Back of SUV
Northern Regional Police Department provided the following information.
Richland EMS transported a motorcyclist to Allegheny General Hospital Sept. 12 after his Harley-Davidson ran into the back of an SUV stopped on Route 910 in Richland Township, police said.
Michael Lang, 58, of Gibsonia, struck the pavement with the left side of his motorcycle, which flipped him and the cycle onto its right side, according to a Northern Regional police report.
Mary Auth, 63, of Glenshaw, had stopped her 2011 Toyota RAV 4 on Route 910 for a vehicle making a left turn onto Grubbs Road, police said.
The motorcycle struck the SUV's left rear bumper, the report states.
Toyota Pulls into Path of Chevrolet on Route 910 in Richland
Two vehicles collided on Route 910 in Richland Township about 8:30 p.m. Sept. 11, Northern Regional police report.
Prakash J. Patel, 69, of Gibsonia, pulled his 2000 Toyota Corolla out from Community Center Drive onto Route 910 (Gibsonia Road), directly in front of a Chevrolet Cavalier, police said.
Police identified the Chevrolet driver as 17-year-old Aaron J. Walker, of Bakerstown.
Ford Runs Into Yaris at Merge Point on Route 19 in Pine
A Ford Mustang ran into the back of a Toyota Yaris about noon Sept. 11 at the merge point on northbound Route 19 (Perry Highway) in Pine Township near Aspen Drive, according to a Northern Regional police report.
Police identified the Ford driver as Jennifer L. Ehnot, 33, of Cheswick.
The Toyota driver was 23-year-old Arianna Janell Reppert, of Cranberry Township, police said.
16-Year-Old Driver Hits Deer on Mount Pleasant Road
A 16-year-old driver ran into a deer about 7:30 p.m. Sept. 10 on Mount Pleasant Road in Pine Township, police said.
The teen was traveling west on Mount Pleasant Road toward Southridge Drive when the deer tried to cross the road and collided with the teen's Ford Mustang, according to police.
Two-Vehicles Collide in front of Ace Hardware in Pine
A Suzuki Forenza ran into the back of a Lincoln MKX that stopped in front of Ace Hardware on Route 19 about 8:15 p.m. Sept. 8, police said.
Edward Deitrick Jr., 29, of Avalon, told police he looked to his left to see if the Hookah Bar was open and when he looked forward again he saw the Lincoln coming to a stop, the police report states.
The Lincoln, driven by 77-year-old Edward Cress, of Zelienople, was traveling north on Perry Highway when a car pulled out of the Ace Hardware parking lot in front of him, police said.
Cress hit the brakes hard and was coming to a stop when he was struck from behind by the Suzuki, police said.