NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — A crash involving an SUV hauling a camper caused traffic headaches for drivers, many of whom were on the road traveling to their Fourth of July holiday destination.
Fire crews say the SUV spun out in the eastbound lanes just before the Limestone exit.
Douglas Wilson with the Turbot Township Fire Company says it only involved an SUV which lost control of its camper and ended up in the median.
“They were coming eastbound obviously, and something happened, the trailer got a little squirrelly. They just lost control, and it flipped over, and it took the explorer with it,” said Wilson.
Fire crews say one person did go to the hospital with unknown injuries, but crews say drivers need to use caution this weekend.
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