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Pa. accident victims remain hospitalized

May 23, 2007|by JENNIFER FITCH

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The occupants of a car that careened off a 14-foot wall Monday remained hospitalized Tuesday in Hershey, Pa.

The driver, Gloria Forbes, of 115 Landis Ave., was listed in serious condition, according to a Hershey Medical Center spokeswoman.

The passenger, John Forbes, of the same address, was in critical condition, the spokeswoman said.

The Forbeses were in a Chevrolet Impala that left McDonald's, accelerated onto Pa. 16, went through a fence and fell to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot below, Waynesboro police said.

Just minutes before that accident, Jonathon Kipe, of 348 S. Potomac St., was hit while crossing South Potomac Street near West Second Street, police said.

Kipe was taken to Waynesboro Hospital, but his condition was not available.

Michael Dolka, of 53 Mount Vernon Terrace, was driving the 1994 Cadillac that hit Kipe, police said.

Police said a truck was parked near the crosswalk, potentially obstructing the view of Kipe and Dolka.

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