Traffic-light control box damaged in Murrysville crash |

Traffic-light control box damaged in Murrysville crash

Patrick Varine

Murrysville police are continuing to advise residents and motorists to avoid the intersection of Route 22 and Berlin Farm Road after a crash on Tuesday damaged a control box containing the operating equipment and power source for the intersection’s traffic light.

“It is a very extensive repair,” department officials responded to a question on the “Franklin Regional Community” Facebook page. “The repair techs need to build and program equipment to get the lights operational. It will be at least tomorrow until a repair is possible.”

Until that happens, police said only right turns can be made from both Berlin Farm and Harrison City-Export roads.

“Turns can be made at the Cornerstone jug-handle and Triangle Lane,” the comment reply reads. “During heaving traffic times in the (morning on Wednesday), traffic wanting to go west on Route 22 should consider using Mellon Road.”

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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