The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) reported that two hit-and-run crashes took place in the intersection of Lower Frederick and Upper Hanover Townships between Dec. 28 and Dec. 30. It appears that the Holiday Season brings with it several vehicular accidents.
The Lower Frederick Crash involved an unknown sedan which collided with a GMC Sierra truck at Rt. 29 near Old Gravel Pike in Lower Frederick Township at 6:15 o’clock in the morning of Dec. 28, according to police.
According to the police, the truck was driven by operator identified as Joseph Gimber resident of Schwenksville. He was traveling north on Rt. 29 near Old Gravel Pike when an unknown sedan that was, traveling south, transferred into the northbound lane and forced Gimber to hit the guide rail.
After the crash, the driver of the sedan did not stop and fled from the secen going south on Route 20, as reported by the PSP.
Police are asking any witness with information to contact the PSP Skippack at 610-584-1250 for more details of reference incident no. K03-1894128.
Meanwhile, an Upper Hanover crash occurred at 1:30 o’clock in the evening of Dec. 30 Police stated that an unknown vehicle drove into a brick-sided flowerbed at the entrance of Macoby Run Park on East 11th Street in Upper Hanover Township.
Police learned that the driver of the vehicle did not stop at the scene, fled in an unknown direction, and did not report the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the PSP at 610-584-1250 and reference K03-1894470.
These are some of the vehicles crashes that happened in Upper Hanover and Lower Frederick Townships.
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