Masontown driver injured in crash
A Masontown man was taken to Uniontown Hospital after a one-vehicle crash early Sunday.
State police said Justin L. Shuff, 26, suffered moderate injuries in the 1:55 a.m. crash on Smock Road.
Police said Shuff was traveling westbound when his vehicle left the road and struck two trees.
Shuff was not listed as a patient in Uniontown Hospital on Monday afternoon, according to a spokeswoman..
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