Glen Campbell, PA – Three people were injured, two of them seriously, in a crash in Glen Campbell on Route 286.
It happened at the intersection of First Avenue and Route 286 in Glen Campbell around 5:30 on Saturday afternoon.
62-year-old Edward Miloser from Glen Campbell was attempting to pull out from First Avenue, but he failed to yield to oncoming traffic.
His Buick Lacrosse was struck by a Toyota Camry, driven by 20-year-old Elizabeth Parkhurst from Mahaffey.
Edward Miloser was listed as having possible injuries but was found to be uninjured.
His passenger, 60-year-old Diane Miloser, suffered serious injuries. She was taken by Life Flight to Conemaugh Hospital in Johnstown.
Parkhurst was seriously injured. She was taken first to Punxsutawney Hospital but was later transferred to Altoona Hospital.
Miloser is being charged for failing to obey stop signs or yield signs.
Click Here to read the online police report. (You’ll need to scroll down to page 2 to see this specific report.)