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Woman cut from car after Washington Township wreck

Jason Bridge | Valley News Dispatch
Emergency personnel evaluate the scene after extricating the victim of a car accident at the intersection of Wilma Drive and Route 380 in Washington Township on Thursday, May 23, 2013.

Thursday, May 23, 2013, 12:36 p.m.
 

A Washington Township woman was injured early Thursday when another driver pulled from a side road onto Route 380 in front of her, police said.

Kimberly Farrington, 47, was flown to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, after the 8:40 a.m. accident. Township police said Donald E. Bowman, 84, of Washington Township, pulled his 1999 Dodge Durango from Beamer Lane onto Route 380 where it collided with a 2013 Dodge Avenger driven by Farrington.

Farrington was trapped about 25 minutes, township police Sgt. Jason Montgomery said, with firefighters cutting the roof off of her vehicle to extricate her. There was no information available regarding Farrington's condition early this afternoon.

Montgomery said Bowman sustained an arm injury and was treated and released from Forbes Regional Hospital in Monroeville.

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