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Two Vehicles Collide, Closing Sections of Bigler and Pollock Road

If you were wondering what all the sirens and commotion was about on campus this morning, here’s your answer.

A person driving a Red Chevrolet on Pollock Road toward Bigler Road went off the roadway and crashed into two lamp posts at about 9:30 this morning, causing another person person driving a Silver Honda to collide with the other vehicle as it was turning on Bigler from Pollock.

A Penn State Police Officer said one person from each vehicle involved in the crash was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center. The severity of the injuries are unknown at this time. It is not known whether the two people involved in the accident were students.

Accident personnel were still at the scene an hour after the accident to clean up the street. The two lamp posts were completely uprooted from the ground and glass pieces covered the intersection of Bigler and Pollock.

Police were at the scene to direct traffic following the crash. Pollock Road remains closed from its intersection with Shortlidge Road and Bigler Road. Bigler Road is closed from its intersection of Curtin Road and McKean Road.

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