One flown to hospital after accident in Dunbar Township
One person was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital following a vehicle crash on Bute Road on Friday, according to state police.
Terry Lee Stewart, 30, address not provided, was traveling south at 2:55 p.m. in a Chevrolet Avalanche when he sped up as another vehicle attempted to pass him, state police said. The two vehicles were side by side when Stewart lost control on a curve, police said.
Stewart, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected when the vehicle flipped, according to police. He was flown to UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh with “grave injuries,” police said.
Two unidentified juveniles, a boy and a girl, were not wearing seat belts, but each suffered only minor injuries, police said.
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