A Hughesville man is facing felony charges in connection with an April crash in which a woman suffered serious injuries.
27-year-old Truber S. Moore is facing the following charges: felony accidents involving death of personal injury, driving without a license, and careless driving. Moore was driving while he had a suspended license when the crash occurred. Valerie Wohlfer-White was injured in a two vehicle crash that occurred on Route 220 on April 12th during the morning hours. According to police, Wohlfer-White suffered from a few broken ribs, broken vertebrae, and both her legs were broken. She was treated and discharged from Danville’s Geisinger Medical Center.
Moore was placed in Lycoming County Prison, and he met his $5,000 bail. Please remember that the accused is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.
One person was injured when they were thrown from an ATV in a suspected DUI crash that occurred in Potter County’s West Branch Township on Sunday, May 29th.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Coudersport in a report, a 22-year-old man from Lancaster was driving a 2005 Honda Rincon in a south direction on Notch Road. After the man performed an unknown maneuver, he was thrown from the ATV and landed on the roadway. The ATV rolled over before rolling down an embankment on the roadway’s west side. The crash occurred about .5 miles to the south of West Branch Road at approximately 6:00 p.m.
The man, who was not wearing a helmet, suffered head and shoulder injuries of unknown severity. He was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital via Galeton Ambulance. The man was charged with a moving violation, and DUI charges are pending the results of a blood test.
Two people were injured after a motorcycle rolled over in Covington Township on Sunday, May 29th.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Mansfield in a report, 76-year-old Harold M. Alexander of Franklinville, NY, was driving a 2011 Harley-Davidson Trike in an east direction on SR660. 61-year-old Paula E. Raymond who is also from Franklinville, NY, was a passenger on the motorcycle. After Alexander failed to drive along a left curve, he lost control of the motorcycle. The motorcycle moved to the roadway’s southern berm. When Alexander tried to correct the motorcycle’s movements, the motorcycle started to skid in the gravel. Alexander guided the motorcycle back onto the roadway before the motorcycle overturned. The motorcycle rested in an eastern direction in the eastbound lane. The crash occurred about 591 feet to the west of Starks Road at approximately 12:24 p.m.
Both Alexander and Raymond, who were both wearing their helmets, had injuries of unknown severity. They were both taken from the scene via Mansfield EMS before being flown to Robert Packer Hospital. The motorcycle had minor damage. Alexander was charged with a moving violation.