Four Hurt in Interstate 80 Crash

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LUZERNE COUNTY, Pa. -- A crash in Luzerne County sent four people to the hospital and tied up traffic on Interstate 80 on Monday.

It happened around noon near mile marker 249 between the Conyngham/Nescopeck exit and the Mainville/Mifflinville exit.

Crews on the scene said a vehicle traveling east lost control and crossed into the westbound lane.

Emergency workers said injuries to the two adults and two children in the wreck were not life-threatening.

See real-time traffic information at WNEP's Traffic Tracker.


  • jimbrony

    I tried helping you with that before but you failed miserably. But in the name of education I’m willing to try again. Out of 100 registered vehicles on the road, 96 of them are cars, light trucks, and SUV’s. Therefore more vehicles = more accidents for a given time frame. Get it now? I can’t make it much easier for you…

  • lickerblisters

    Pick-up trucks hauling utility trailers should be outlawed. Especially on the big roads. 70 mph + doesn’t mix well with this combination. This guy’s lucky, most of these wrecks end up with the truck and the trailer about 20 feet up in the trees.

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