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Two injured in Pa. accident

July 31, 2000

Two injured in Pa. accident



By MARC G. AUBER / Staff Writer, Chambersburg


WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Two Franklin County residents sustained major internal injuries early Sunday when the driver of the car they were riding in lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle came to rest in a bank parking lot and touched off a chain-reaction collision.

Ryan Dover, of Fayetteville, Pa., and Christopher Baker, of Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., were transported to Washington County and Waynesboro hospitals, respectively, a Pennsylvania State Police report said.

Jennifer Flohr, of Waynesboro, allegedly failed to negotiate a curve while driving a 1993 Eagle Talon on Slabtown Road about one-tenth of a mile east of Pa. 997 in Quincy Township, police said. According to the report, the car went on to travel through a yard owned by Jerry Saling, of Waynesboro, Pa., and struck and damaged a PennDot road sign.

The car continued through an unspecified intersection into the First National Bank parking lot, striking shrubs and an Allegheny Power Co. guy wire, police said.

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The report said Flohr's vehicle then collided with a 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sierra that was parked at First National Bank, pushing it across three parking spaces and into a 1994 Toyota truck, also parked in the lot.

All three vehicles came to rest against one another, police said.

Flohr was transported to Chambersburg Hospital where she allegedly underwent chemical testing, the report said. Flohr, who was reportedly wearing a shoulder belt, sustained minor injuries.

Baker was allegedly wearing a safety belt but the report did not specify if Dover was wearing a seat belt. The report did not specify details of Baker and Dover's injuries Sunday evening.

The Oldsmobile and Toyota both sustained major damage, police said.

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