ARMSTRONG TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Officials have re-opened Route 422 in Indiana County following a coal truck crash.
The truck reportedly overturned and its load has spilled onto the highway. Live power lines were also knocked down onto the vehicle.READ MORE: Community Helping Hampton Township Family After Home Damaged By Tornado
The crash was reported just before 2 p.m. in the area of Shelocta, Armstrong Township., and PennDOT announced the route re-opened in a release at 4:58 p.m.
Emergency officials say the driver became trapped in the truck, but has been rescued.READ MORE: Churchill Residents Ramp Up Protests Against Proposed Amazon Distribution Center
No updates have been given on that person’s condition.
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The state police are investigating the crash.MORE NEWS: Mail Carrier Hit, Killed By Driver Of Vehicle In Greene County
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