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POLICE NEWS — MAY 16

Possible medical emergency causes accident

McELHATTAN — Gregory Gunsallas, 59, of Blanchard, was operating a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado and pulling into a parking stall at UPMC Medical Center in McElhattan when he possibly suffered a medical emergency and accelerated over the curb and traveled across the yard and hit the front entranceway of Bayada Home Health Care, according to police at Pine Creek.

Gunsallas was treated at the scene then transported to the Lock Haven Hospital for further evaluation and treatment, police said.

Driver seriously injured

HOWARD — Alisha D. Spangler, 38, of Howard was taken by Lifeflight to Altoona Hospital following a one-car crash on Route 150 in Liberty Township at 6:37 a.m. May 14.

State police at Rockview said Spangler was eastbound approaching Brickley Drive when when she failed to negotiate a left hand curve and lost control of her 2008 Nissan. The car left the road and when the driver overcorrected the vehicle crossed the westbound lane and struck a grass ditch and overturned, landing on its roof.

The driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the passenger side of the vehicle, police said. Police said she suffered serious injuries.

Two-vehicle crash

LOCK HAVEN — City police responded to a two-vehicle accident with one injury at the intersection of Peach Street and Highland Street at 11:55 p.m. May 10.

Drivers were Kenneth R. Cars Jr., of Renovo and Kathleen K. Trate of Lock Haven.

Police said Caris suffered injuries and was taken to UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven.

Trate told police she was stopped at the South Highland Street stop sign and did not see Caris coming and pulled into the intersection and struck the Caris vehicle. Police said Trate will be cited for not stopping at the stop sign.

Both vehicles had to be towed from the scene, police said.

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