Westmoreland Salem Township Latrobe woman remains hospitalized after vehicle accident
A Latrobe woman is recovering from injuries she suffered in a two-vehicle accident Friday in Salem.
Jennifer D. Geiger, 21, was listed in fair condition Monday at UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh.
She was transported to the hospital after the accident at 1:20 p.m. Friday along Route 119 near Kiley Drive.
Geiger was driving south on Route 119 when her Chevrolet Cobalt slid on an oily substance on the road and crossed into the northbound lane, crashing into a Chevrolet Silverado driven by Francis E. Zulisky, 46, of Greensburg, state police said.
Zulisky also was transported to UPMC Presbyterian for a minor injury. A hospital spokeswoman said he was discharged.
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