Two Saline residents were airlifted to hospital after a crash in Pennsylvania on Nov. 15.
According to the Lock Haven Express, Lorraine Thompson, 63, was driving a 2009 Hyundai Sonata west on I-80 when a deer entered the road and was struck by the vehicle. The deer shattered the windshield and struck the passenger, Gerald Roston, 58. The vehicle then drifted into a Freightliner Cascada, which was stopped when a driver witnessed the crash and stopped to help.
Thompson and Roston were airlifted to the Gesinger Medical Center in Danville for treatment of serious injuries.
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