Three Taken to Hospital After Big Rig Hits Tow Truck, Two Cars

HARFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A crash on the interstate in Susquehanna County sent three people to the hospital.

It happened just after midnight on Interstate 81 southbound near Harford.

State police say a tractor-trailer hit a tow truck and a car on the side of the road just after Exit 217 (the Harford exit).

Another car was also sideswiped by that semi while traveling alongside it.

Three people were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. They are all expected to be okay.

Interstate 81 was closed while crews cleaned up the wreck here in Susquehanna County.

5 comments

  • peatermoss

    Usually when someone gets paid to do a job it’s their responsibility to be better than the average person.

    I can play baseball, but not good enough to get paid. 💵

    I guess some truck drivers don’t mind collecting a check AND being just average or worse.

  • peatermoss

    Those tow trucks should have some kind of warning lights on them, and there should be a law for people to move over when there are emergency vehicles on the side of the road.

    Oh silly me, truckers have a CDL – Can’t Drive Legally. 😂🤣🚚

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