State police blotter: April 15
No injuries reported
Clint Rose, 30, Johnstown, was driving north on Route 601 near Virginia Lane in Paint Township on Friday when he failed to negotiate a left curve and his vehicle went off the road striking an embankment, according to state police.
Neither Rose nor his 15-year-old male passenger, a Hollsopple resident, was injured. His vehicle sustained disabling damage, according to police.
Driver, passenger sustain minor injuries
Debbie Willkow, 62, Berlin, and her passenger, Jacob Ringler, 23, Somerset, sustained minor injuries when their vehicle traveled off the north edge of Acosta Road in Jenner Township on Saturday and struck a culvert, according to state police. The vehicle then overturned several times.
Acosta firefighters had to extricate Willkow and Ringler from the vehicle. Both driver and passenger were transported by Somerset ambulance to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown.
Vehicle hits sign, two trees
An 18-year-old Addison woman lost control of her Jeep on Listonburg Road north of Camp Ground Road in Addison Township Friday.
Julee Frazee’s vehicle began to fishtail. She attempted to counter steer, and the vehicle left the road and struck a PennDOT sign, according to state police. The vehicle traveled about 80 feet and hit a tree. The tree snapped and fell on the rear hatch and rear window of the vehicle, police said. Then the vehicle went backward for about 15 feet and struck another tree on the driver’s side. The car traveled an additional 15 feet before stopping.
Frazee was transported to J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, West Virginia, for treatment of a suspected minor injury, according to police.