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2 hurt in Oklahoma Borough crash

Michael DiVittorio
Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
A Gold Subaru Outback sustained heavy front end damage in connection with a two-car accident along Hancock Avenue in Oklahoma Borough on Friday night.
Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
Oklahoma Borough volunteer firefighters clean up debris from a two-vehicle crash along Hancock Avenue on Friday night.
Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
A gray Volkswagen SUV comes to rest at Walker Family Catering after being struck along Hancock Avenue in Oklahoma Borough on Friday night.

Two people were injured as a result of a two-vehicle crash in Oklahoma Borough on Friday evening.

State Trooper John Corna said the driver of a gold Subaru Outback was attempting to leave the Oklahoma Inn and make a left onto Hancock Avenue around 5:30 p.m. when it collided with a gray Volkswagen SUV. The mishap occurred between Birch and Hemlock streets.

The Volkswagen went off the road and crashed into Walker Family Catering.

Corna said the Subaru driver took himself to a hospital for shoulder pain, and the Volkswagen driver was taken to a hospital by ambulance for a head injury. No other injuries were reported.

Borough firefighters cleaned debris from the roadway and rerouted traffic on Hancock Avenue to Maple and Walnut streets.

Vehicles were in the process of being towed around 6:30 p.m. with the road reopening a short time after.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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