Man suffers head injury in North Huntingdon ATV crash
A man who was injured in an ATV crash on Sunday evening in North Huntingdon has been treated and released from the hospital, township police Chief Andrew Lisiecki said on Monday.
Police did not release his identity.
The 29-year-old man was riding an ATV near Amy Lane and had “some type of an ATV accident” during which he suffered a head injury, Lisiecki said. The man was found unconscious but had regained consciousness by the time firefighters and medics arrived, police said.
The man was transported by medical helicopter to a Pittsburgh hospital.
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