Woman's Name Released from Route 910 Accident

The following information was supplied by Northern Regional Police Department.

The name of the woman who was on Route 910 was released Friday by police.

Barbara Lohr, 63, of Cranberry was airlifted to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh after the 3:40 p.m. accident, police said. A hospital spokesperson said Friday that Lohr has been released from the hospital, but she did not know the date.

Lohr was traveling east on Route 910 / Gibsonia Road at an estimated 35 mph when her 1997 Dodge Neon went off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole, according to a Northern Regional Police Department report.

“It then flipped over before coming to rest across Gibsonia Road, blocking both lanes,” the report stated.

Hampton EMS transported Lohr to the parking lot of , where a STAT MedEvac helicopter landed and then airlifted her out.

The accident occurred between Anderson and Fairfield roads.


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