Car Crashes into Church in Olyphant

OLYPHANT, Pa. — Fire crews were called to All Saints Orthodox Church Sunday for a car that crashed into the front of the church.

The Eureka Hose Company responded to the church on Susquehanna Avenue around 4 p.m. Sunday.

According to the fire company’s Facebook post, fire crews at the church worked to stabilize the building.

The fire company reported no major injuries. No word yet on what caused the car to crash into the church or if the church is open.

1 Comment

  • Trevor Frith

    Was it driver error or the way we taught them to brake? Blame the driver if old or women. Never blame those in charge of driver legislation who forced driver to brake an automatic car using the “Killer” right foot braking method. No scientific justification other than that’s the way it’s always been taught. Right foot braking dangerous compared to simpler, safer Left Foot Braking Method. See DOT HS 811 597, 812 058 and 812 431 Score to date, 150,000 (19 every day) dead, millions injured.

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