3 identified in Route 66 crash near Delmont
Delmont police identified on Wednesday two people who were injured in a crash with a tanker trunk Sunday at Route 66 and West Pittsburgh Street in the borough.
Michael Stepic of Export, the driver of the car, was taken to Allegheny Health Network Forbes Hospital in Monroeville and his wife, Margaret, a passenger was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital after the accident at 12:12 p.m., police and fire officials said.
Information about their conditions couldn't be obtained from hospitals Wednesday.
Their sedan collided with a tanker truck driven by Edward Kemp of Indiana, who was not injured, police said.
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