BETHEL TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WOOD) - Two Schoolcraft residents were seriously injured in a crash on an Pennsylvania highway.
John Pincumbe, 69, and his 68-year-old wife Linda Lou were in critical condition in a Pennsylvania hospital Thursday, according to the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Department.
The Pincumbes' Saturn Vue veered into a lane closed for construction and crashed into the back of a stopped Pennsylvania Department of Transportation dump truck on I-70 northwest of Philadelphia on Tuesday morning, according to Herald-Mail Media.
The pair had to be extricated from the vehicle and were airlifted to a hospital in Johnstown, which is east of Pittsburgh. Both were wearing their seat belts, Herald-Mail Media reports.
The dump truck driver was not seriously hurt.
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