Clarion County, PA – More details have emerged about a two-vehicle crash that required four helicopters to rescue people in Knox on Saturday night.

An SUV driven by 56-year-old Cheryl Courson of St. Petersburg crossed the center line and struck a Jeep driven by 52-year-old Carolyn Linberg of Clarion just before 9 p.m. on Route 338.

Courson and Linberg both suffered serious injuries.

Two passengers in Courson’s vehicle, a 7-year-old girl from New Bethlehem and a 5-year-old boy from Wayne, PA, had injuries of unknown severity.

A passenger in Linberg’s vehicle, 61-year-old Christina Adams of Clarion, also had injuries of unknown severity.

Courson was not wearing a seat belt, but everyone involved had been using a seat belt or a child safety seat.

STAT MedEvac and LifeFlight landed on the grounds of the Wolf’s Caming Resort to take four of the people to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh and another person to Clarion Hospital.


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